To Kill a Machine is a new play written by Welsh playwright Catrin Fflur Huws, produced by Scriptography, which will be touring through Wales in May, it will also be presented at Arcola Theatre in London and it will be presented at Edinburgh Fringe Festival at Zoo: Monkey House.
To Kill a Machine is unique and innovative piece of theatre which offers an empowering and heartbreaking story of a man guilty only of knowledge, homosexuality and refusing to live a lie who was turned into a hero, vilified for his sexuality and suicide and resurrected to hero after his death.
The play is directed by Angharad Lee and the cast includes Gwydion Rhys as Alan Turing and Ceri Murphy as The Betray.
It was originally piloted as a play during the 2012 centenary celebrations for Alan Turing’s birth during which it was presented at a Science Cafe at Swansea University. It has been embraced by computer scientists including support from British Computer Society and Computing in Schools.
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