To kick off year-long celebrations of the life and work of film director derek jarman on the 20th anniversary of his death, neil bartlett explains why he will be holding an all-night party-vigil in king's college london's chapel published: 24 jan 2014 celebrating derek jarman 20 years after his death january. He was the first person to produce a compound containing a noble gas until bartlett created xenon (xe) hexafluoroplatinate in 1962, most scientists believed that the noble gases were too unreactive to form compounds the discovery opened up a whole new area of study in inorganic chemistry. Neil bartlett the seven sacraments of nicolas poussin the royal london hospital, london 01 july 1997 - 07 july 1997 close the making of the seven sacraments of nicolas poussin read more i remember feeling freer and fiercer and more queer than i ever have (on stage) in my life – neil bartlett close. In the june 1962 issue of proceedings of the chemical society neil bartlett, then of the university of british columbia, published one of the shortest—less than 250 words—seminal papers in science history announcing the discovery of a 1:1 compound between xenon and hexafluoroplatinate, xeptf6. A vision of love revealed in sleep neil bartlett tate britain, 7 july 2017 online from 17 august - 17 october this film documents the recent performance of a vision of love revealed in sleep, neil bartlett's one-man homage to the defiant life and work of pre-raphaelite painter simeon solomon, which was acclaimed as. A short performance to camera by solo performer/dramatist neil bartlett pedagogue explores in comic style the possible implications of clause 28 through clause 28, the british government took powers to outlaw the 'promotion of homosexuality' in education and local government. Medea's creative cast includes highly respected artists in theatre, fashion and music including neil bartlett, philippe fontez, manuel vason and mr between neil bartlett, the director and translator, mr pearl, the costume maker and designer, and myself, you already have a chunk of lgtbq theatre history. Neil bartlett was born september 15, 1932 in newcastle-upon-tyne, united kingdom one of his earliest, formative memories was of a laboratory experiment he conducted in a grammar school class as a twelve year old in the experiment, he mixed a solution of.
A short video interview with neil bartlett who discusses new play or you could kiss me and handspring's use of puppetry neil bartlett returns to the nationa. Neil bartlett was born in 1958 he works as a theatre and opera director as well as an author his work in the theatre includes productions for the rsc, the national and the royal court as well as several controversial solo performance pieces from 1994-2005 he was artistic director of the lyric hammersmith in london. Bartlett weaves his own experiences and those of wilde, of rent boys and drag queens together with quotes from books, plays and newspaper articles, police reports together with descriptions really interesting meditation on gay life and identity with some good history of london's gay scene and the wilde scandal. Would you mind the wellcome trust a new commission revisiting the sex survey for the institute of sexology television/film oh tell me the truth about love mjw productions 90' screenplay based on the life of benjamin britten radio the picture of dorian gray adaptor / director bona broadcasting / bbc radio.
According to bartlett's ibm biography, he earned a degree in computer science and electronics at the university of st andrews according to the bio: ““i had plans of going on for my doctorate until i talked to my bank manager who told me how much it would cost me i decided i needed to start working,. Berkeley – neil bartlett, a renowned emeritus professor of chemistry at the university of california, berkeley, whose groundbreaking experiments scientific world and was hailed in 2003 by chemical & engineering news magazine as one of the 10 most beautiful experiments in the history of chemistry. Neil s bartlett of lowell in lowell, february 18, 2018 neil s bartlett, aged 88 years beloved husband of the late janet a (mcevoy) bartlett friends will be received at the morse-bayliss. Neil is also an acclaimed author, with a whole shelf of novels, plays, adaptations and translations to his name neil bartlett's first novel has just been re-issued in a new edition, with a specially written preface by the author reflecting on the changes in queer life and culture that have taken place since this groundbreaking.
Born in 1958, neil bartlett has spent twenty-five years at the cutting edge of british gay culture his ground-breaking study of oscar wilde, who was that man paved the way for a queer re-imagining of history his first novel, ready to catch him should. New date confirmed the sexual cultures research group is pleased to announce a public lecture by neil bartlett friday 23 march 2018, 6pm artstwo lecture theatre, artstwo building queen mary university of london, e1 4ns free all welcome no bookings taken abstract neil bartlett was born in 1958.
Neil bartlett has grabbed history by the collar and made bitter love to it i can think of no other way to describe this fantastic personal meditation on oscar wilde and the last hundred years of english homosexuality at the very moment gay existence is endangered by disease and a renewed puritanism, bartlett has embraced. Neil bartlett, director: now that it's morning neil bartlett is a director and actor, known for now that it's morning (1991), shooting gallery (1995) and pedagogue (1988. “everything, anything, neil bartlett creates – novels, essays, plays, performances – excites me he's a romantic, in the best sense, loving the raunchy complexity of life and art that love is in every line he writes” – lynne tillman “i loved the disappearance boy by neil bartlett, about a boy and a magic trick in 1950s.
Email ania ostrowska the institute of sexology exhibition ran at the wellcome collection in london from november 2014 to september 2015 this was the first major event of its kind in the uk investigating the history of sexology it was also the first exhibition the wellcome collection held in its newly. Neil bartlett: i want to tell people stella's extraordinary story – because who knew that well over 100 years ago, queens and gender-pioneers were already exploring all the questions about identity and empowerment that we think we invented in the last decade but the show is very far from being a history. See author and theatre-maker, neil bartlett's one-man homage to the defiant life and work of pre-raphaelite painter simeon solomon.
Neil bartlett received an obe at forty-two for his special services to the arts the author, translator, or director of dozens of plays for television, radio, and most especially theater, including the royal shakespeare company, the national, the art, and the lyric hammersmith where he was artistic director for. Neil bartlett was born in 1958 in hertfordshire, and is a writer, playwright, translator, performer and director he is the author of novels mr clive and mr page (1996), shortlisted for the whitbread novel award, and published in the us under the title the house on brooke street ready to catch him should he fall (1990). Neil bartlett was born on 15 september 1932 in newcastle-upon-tyne, england bartlett's interest in chemistry dated back to an experiment at heaton grammar school when he was only eleven years old, in which he prepared beautiful, well- formed crystals by reaction of aqueous ammonia with. Other articles where neil bartlett is discussed:until 1962, when british chemist neil bartlett produced the first noble-gas compound, a yellow-orange solid that can best be formulated as a mixture of [xef+][ptf6−], [xef+][pt2f11−], and ptf5 xenon has the most extensive chemistry in group 18 and exhibits the oxidation.