- February 21-23, 2014:
BREAKING THE CODE staged by the University of York's Drama Soc.,
7:00pm at The Drama Barn, The Student Centre, James College, University of York YO10 5DD, UK.
Listen to excellent
University Radio York podcast preview - and see the
And here's a great post-event
review from York Vision .
- February 24 to March 1, 2014:
Chorley Little Theatre/
Chorley Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society (CADOS) presents Breaking the Code,
at Chorley Little Theatre, Dole Lane, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 2RL.
"This play tells the story of Turing's
times at Bletchley Park and Manchester University, the family who supported him,
the people he loved and lost, and the colleagues who admired him. It's
a fascinating drama about someone grappling with the scientific and personal sides of
his personality, and the troubled life of a creative thinker who helped shape the 20th Century."
Directed by Mark Jones. Tickets 6-8 pounds from
Malcolm's Musicland, call 01257 264362.
- February 24-27, 2014:
The IET & BCS Turing Lecture 2014 - Beyond silicon: cognition and much, much more,
Bernard S. Meyerson (IBM Fellow & Vice President, Innovation) - venues:
the London lecture online.
Dr Meyerson says:
- Royal Institution, London
Monday 24 February 2014
- Cardiff University
Tuesday 25 February 2014
- The University of Manchester
Wednesday 26 February 2014
- The University of Edinburgh
Thursday 27 February 2014
"It means a great deal to me to have been invited to give this prestigious lecture.
Alan Turing for all intents and purposes founded the field I have worked in most of my
career, so speaking at a series honouring his legacy is a great privilege.
"It also provides an opportunity to step back from the day to day challenges
associated with Information Technology and look at the entire landscape more
broadly, something one must do regularly to avoid technical and intellectual
dead ends. And it gives me the personally valuable incentive to take a broad
view of coming discontinuities, associated challenges and
opportunities for progress on different trajectories."
- March 1-8, 2014:
Breaking the Code staged by Chads Theatre at 7.45pm,
Cheadle Hulme, Stockport SK8 5AUb, UK.
- March 21-28, 2014:
Artist Craig Morrison's laser display
Thank You Alan Turing at Salford Quays,
as part of the
Future Cities Festival, March 21 to April 27, 2014.
"Five large scale cutting edge contemporary artworks in public
spaces at Salford Quays and MediaCityUK will form a season of
visual and aural wonder over four weekends in March and April.
- March 21-28, 2014:
Talk by Paul Morris, author of Danny and the Codebreaker,
2pm-4pm in The Hexagon Room, The Lowry.
"In this family friendly talk which is part of Quays Culture's Future City
festival, Paul Morris, writer of
'Time Traveller Danny and the Codebreaker',
takes us back in time to the genesis of the digital age to discuss the
life and times of Alan Turing. Interspersed with readings from his book,
Paul will deliver quirky and fun anecdotes from the life of maths
genius and Enigma codebreaker Turing as part of a multimedia talk."
There will be a book-signing after the talk.
- April 2-3, 2014:
An AISB-50 Symposium on
The Future of Art and Computing: A Post-Turing Centennial Perspective, held
as part of
AISB-50, the annual convention of the Society for the
Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB) held at
Goldsmiths, University of London, between April 1st-4th, 2014.
Full paper/extended abstract submission deadline: 3rd January 2014 - see
Symposium speakers include:
S Barry Cooper,
Andy Lomas (see his video below),
Maria Elisabetta Marelli and
Massimo Marchi (originator/director, media/technical director, respectively, of
Turing A Staged Case History - see
Mike Thompson and Susana Camara,
Full Symposium proceedings available
- April 2, 2014:
AISB-50 Special Event MIL-STD-1815, is
a free event, 8pm in the George Wood Theatre,
Goldsmiths University - and is
"a provocative, interdisciplinary, theatrical piece
that tangles created characters with current philosophical and
scientific debate, imagined situations of the future, with fantastical
historical characters including Ada Lovelace,
Alan Turing, Charles Babbage, Lord Byron and Snow White."
See reviews from Martin Ince and
- April 12, 2014:
Public lecture by S. Barry Cooper as part of 11th Annual Conference on Theory and Applications of Models of Computation
(TAMC 2014) - on Questions Turing Left Behind - Saturday 5:30pm, Vivekananda Auditorium,
College of Engineering, Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
SLIDES of talk.
- April 26, 2014:
World premiere of major new choral work celebrating the life of Alan Turing:
CODEBREAKER, at the Barbican Hall, London.
Hertfordshire Chorus, one of the finest choirs in the UK, has
commissioned the work and the driving force behind this has been David Temple,
one of the UK's top choral conductors.
Written by one of the brightest and most talented of young UK composers,
James McCarthy, whose previous major work, 17 Days, about the
Chilean mining accident, received rave critical reviews.
More info - and
Many media plaudits - from the
BBC Music Magazine online:
"The premiere ended with a deserved standing ovation from an audience clearly very moved ...
this was a powerful concert that will stay with me for quite some time."
Contact: Robin Seaman (robin.seaman @ talk21.com), Concerts
& Engagements Director of Hertfordshire Chorus.
- May 8, 2014:
New York City showing of CODEBREAKER,
at The National Arts Club in NYC (15 Gramercy Park South).
Executive Producer Patrick Sammon will be there to do Q&A after the film.
The event is free and open to the public (first come, first served seating).
- May 18, 2014:
STATION X Talks at Haworth 1940s Weekend,
1-5pm at West Lane Methodist Church, Haworth.
Join us for an afternoon of talks from world-renowned experts in their
field, on the history of cryptography and cracking
codes, Alan Turing and his contribution to the war effort and
computing as we know it, and the vital work of two of Bletchley Park's unsung heroes.
- 01:00 PM - Cracking the Cipher Challenge, Simon Singh
- 02:30 PM - Alan Turing: From Battle of the Atlantic to the Computer Age, Professor Barry Cooper
- 04:00 PM - On the QT: The Man from the Ministry explains the work of the Boffins at Bletchley Park, Kevin Murrell
- May 20, 2014:
TURING a staged case history,
at the Conference of the Sound and Music Processing Lab (SaMPL), Padova.
"For the series 'Meet the Artist' at the SaMPL Laboratory
of the Conservatory of Padova,
organised in collaboration with the Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova -
Maria Elisabetta Marelli and Massimo Marchi describe their
2012 production dedicated to Alan Turing.
The conference presentation deals with the development of
TURING a staged case history
(produced by AGON in November 2012, at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano),
whose staging is a constant interplay of narrative levels that are generated in real time
with the temporal progression of performance in close relation with Turing's mathematics."
At the 'Auditorium C. Pollini' - entrance via Eremitani 18, Padova.
- May 22-24, 2014:
Kings Langley Players perform Hugh Whitemore's Breaking the Code,
at the Kings Langley Community Centre.
A 5-star review for Kings Langley Players' Breaking the Code from the Watford Observer.
- May 31 & June 8, 2014:
Two New Zealand showings of CODEBREAKER,
as part of the OUT TAKE 2014 Fesival -
Rialto Cinemas, Newmarket, Auckland, Sat. 31 May 4:25pm; and
Paramount, Wellington, Sun. 8 Jun 2:45pm.
- June 4, 2014:
Capt Jerry Roberts MBE Memorial Service,
St Martin in the Fields in Trafalgar Square, London, at 11am.
A time to remember a remarkable man, and his contribution of a unique
period in history - and to show our
respect and affection for Jerry, and his wife Mei.
Since the service, one close to Jerry describes how
"all said it was a tremendous, brilliant and moving service", and that
even for those who did not know Jerry so well before, the event
"gave them enormous knowledge and appreciation of Jerry and what he achieved".
See the post-service
TNMOC account from Stephen Fleming, and the tribute by Claire Butterfield from the
Bill Tutte Memorial Fund.
- June 6, 2014:
World premiere of Sentences by composer Nico Muhly at
the Barbican, London - including pre-concert talk by
Nico Muhly, 6:30pm, The Fountain Room (Barbican).
"Compelling listening is promised in Nico Muhly's new work based on the life, tragically cut short of Alan Turing, the
'father' of computer science and artificial intelligence. This unsung hero has inspired Muhly
to unfold the story of a man whose code-breaking was undoubtedly a decisive factor in the
Allied Victory in the Second World War."
- June 6, 2014:
Alan Turing Meeting at
School of Mathematics, Alan Turing Building, University of Manchester, UK.
"Alan Turing (1912-1954) spent the last six years of his working life in Manchester.
A one-day conference is being organised on the 60th anniversary of his death.
This conference will be broad in scope and is intended to facilitate collaboration
between numerical analysts, computer scientists and engineers. There will be talks
on the mathematics underlying computation, both on theoretical aspects
(Numerical Analysis) and practical aspects (Scientific Computing),
and a public lecture in Turing's honour."
Speakers include: Jan S. Hesthaven, EPFL;
Marlis Hochbruck, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology;
Andrew Hodges, University of Oxford;
Gilbert Strang, MIT;
Raul F. Tempone, KAUST;
Lloyd N. Trefethen, University of Oxford;
Gerhard Wanner, University of Geneva;
Stephen J. Wright, University of Wisconsin.
- June 6-7, 2014:
TURING2014: CAN MACHINES THINK? -
60th anniversary of Alan Turing's death remembered with Turing test event at the
Royal Society London,
An engrossing event, 'won' by chatbot 'Eugene Goostman' - giving rise to
lots of discussion and media attention. A few highlights:
- June 7-23, 2014:
Many events commemorating the 60th anniversary of
Alan Turing's passing, and his 102nd birthday - very original cards
covering the period were created and sent
from designer Loke Lay and
technical wizard Be Woks in Hong Kong:
Larger version of the information-full
60th DEATH ANNIVERSARY card HERE.
- June 15, 2014:
Bletchley Park presents Sir John Dermot Turing - from 14:00 to 16:00 at the Mansion House, Bletchley Park:
"Dermot Turing presents an overview of the family background, life and
achievements of his famous ancestor, discusses Turing's design of the Bombe
which was used to find the settings of the Enigma machine, and gives
a family perspective on the controversial circumstances surrounding his death."
All tickets for this event sold out.
- June 18, 2014:
Official Opening of the refurbished Bletchley Park, with the
Duchess of Cambridge in attendance. Attendance at the opening event is
by invitation only, of course - but it is an event hard to miss, even at a distance. Media coverage guaranteed by the
the attendance of Kate Middleton of course, who never fails to charm. Just a few moments listed
after the exciting day for the staff and supporters of Alan Turing's once secret place of work:
- June 23, 2014:
Artwork celebrating Bletchley Park codebreaker Alan Turing as gay
unveiled outside the Pink Punters club in Fenny Stratford, on
Turing's 102nd birthday.
BBC News reported:
Yorkshire artists Al Butt and Rita Gav created
the "colourful relief work" which features
both Turing's face and the gay pride rainbow.
Pink Punters said there were tributes to Alan
Turing around the world, but theirs would be
the "world's first public work to recognise him as a gay man".
Interesting interview with Batley artists
Rita Gav and Allan Butt, creators of the beautiful
artwork, from The Yorkshire Post.
- July 1-5, 2014:
Market Harborough Drama Society stage Breaking The Code at Harborough Theatre.
"With Alan Turing being granted a posthumous Royal pardon six months ago for his
criminal conviction for gross indecency and the new visitor centre at Bletchley Park being
opened by the Duchess of Cambridge last week, it is appropriate that Market Harborough
Drama Society is staging "Breaking The Code" at Harborough Theatre next month."
- July 7 & 10, 2014: Two
showings of CODEBREAKER at the
19th Mostra FIRE!! International LGBT Film Festival in Barcelona, 2-13 July, 2014.
At the French Institute
MON 7th July, 9 p.m., and
THU 10th July 6.30 p.m.
- July 17 to August 2, 2014:
Barrington Stage Company perform Hugh Whitemore's "Breaking the Code" at
Boyd-Quinson Mainstage, 30 Union Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 USA.
The Boston Globe,
one of many great reviews:
"brilliant ... compelling production, highlighted by Mark H.
Dold's virtuosic performance"
- July 23, 2014:
BBC Proms World Premiere performance of
Pet Shop Boys' composition A Man From The Future , a tribute to Alan Turing -
Late Night Prom, with the PSBs "joining the BBC Singers and BBC Concert Orchestra for
this world premiere of A Man from the Future, a new
piece for electronics, orchestra, choir and narrator."
Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe have consulted with Andrew Hodges in
bringing together words and music.
From GQ Magazine:
"If you listen to one thing today, make it the Pet Shop Boys at the Proms".
Plus nice review from Attitude Magazine.
short BBC Radio 4 interview
via Audioboo, talking about the inspirational role of Andrew Hodges' book. There is an excellent,
"Commentary" on A Man from the Future (performance and planned
album, and other PSB works) by Wayne Studer. Of course, YouTube versions
of parts of the Proms concert will persist on the web, in the absense of a longer term
- July 23, 2014:
James Grime speaks on Alan Turing and the Enigma Machine , 6:00pm to 7:00pm at
Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge CB3 0WA, UK.
The talk is free but admission is by ticket only. (Now fully booked, with
a waiting list for returned tickets.)
- July 25-27, 2014:
RAWdance Summer Season featuring world premiere of
Turing's Apple, "created in collaboration with acclaimed
New York composer Richard Einhorn, and Bay Area artists
David Szlasa (lighting design), Sean Riley (scenic design), and
Mary Domenico (costume design), takes its inspiration from the life
and work of famed 20th century British mathematician and cryptographer, Alan Turing".
8pm Friday, July 25;
8pm Saturday, July 26 (followed by post-show reception and silent auction in the lobby);
7pm Sunday, July 27.
450 Florida Street,
review from SFGate and from
- August 2, 2014:
Byte at ManchesterPride
Sackville Gardens, Manchester, M1 3WA.
"Byte is a new work by artist Paul Harfleet (the Pansy Project),
using the Alan Turing memorial sculpture in Sackville Gardens
in Manchester, UK, as a catalyst for conversation.
Harfleet intends to reactivate this well-known memorial and
encourage conversation and debate surrounding Turing's
legacy and the mythology that surrounds the life and
death of this controversial historical figure."
- August 17, 2014:
Bletchley Park presents Andrew Hodges - from 14:00 to 16:00 at the Mansion House, Bletchley Park:
"Andrew Hodges will talk on his biography of the founder of computer science,
the definitive account of an extraordinary mind and life. A gripping story of mathematics,
computers, cryptography, and homosexual persecution, Andrew Hodges acclaimed
book captures both the inner and outer drama of Turing's life."
All tickets for this event sold out.
- August 30, 2014:
of Morten Tyldum's THE IMITATION GAME at
Telluride Film Festival, August 29 - September 1 in Arizona, USA.
Fascinating interviews with filmmakers:
- September 9 and 10, 2014:
Special Presentations of
'Movie of the Year' ... Morten Tyldum's
THE IMITATION GAME, starring
as Alan Turing, at the
International Film Festival (TIFF), Canada, 4-14 September, 2014.
Showings on Tue, Sep 9 at 6:00pm, and
Wed, Sep 10 3:00pm, both in the
in The Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 King Street West, Toronto.
Festival Box Office OPEN AUGUST 31, 2014.
The Film Website. (See below for premieres around the world.)
- September 17 to October 23, 2014:
Idle Motion embark on a major UK tour of their much-lauded
That is All You Need to Know
. Details of tour:
"This stunning piece of visual theatre tells the story of Bletchley Park
and the untold secrets of the remarkable men and women who
cracked the enigma code.
- Uppingham Theatre, Rutland
17 September - 7.30pm
- Unity Theatre, Liverpool
18 Septemer - 7.30pm
- Hull Truck Theatre
19 September - 7.30pm
- Helmsley Arts Centre
20 September - 7.30pm
- Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
25 September - 8pm
- Pocklington Arts Centre
26 September - 7.30pm
- Norwich Playhouse
27 September - 7.30pm
- Theatre Royal Margate
1 October - 7.30pm
- Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff
2 October - 7.30pm
- Borough Theatre, Abergavenny
3 October - 7.30pm
- EM Forster Theatre, Tonbridge
7 October - 7.30pm
- Jacksons Lane, London
8 - 11 October - 7.30pm
- Bedford Theatre
14 October - 7.30pm
- Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe
15 October - 7.30pm
- The Courtyard, Hereford
16 October - 7.30pm
- The Civic, Barnsley
17 October - 7.30pm
- Farnham Maltings
21 October - 7.30pm
- The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, Havant
23 October - 8pm
"Total Theatre Award nominated Idle Motion will take you back to 1940s
England, to the eccentric country house whose grounds, filled with chess champions,
Oxbridge graduates and young debutantes, was the melting pot of Britains
greatest minds. Among these were the visionary Alan Turing, the exceptional
Gordon Welchman and the thousands of dynamic women whose work was
the hidden heroism of the war."
More details and TICKETING INFORMATION.
- September 19, 2014:
Screening of THE IMITATION GAME at TELLURIDE AT DARTMOUTH 2014
- The 29th Telluride at Dartmouth festival plays in Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins
Center for the Arts, Dartmouth College, Fri-Thurs September 19-25, 2014.
"Telluride at Dartmouth was born 29 years ago through a long-standing
relationship between the Festival and College. Each year,
six films come directly from Colorado for special advance screenings at the Hopkins Center."
- September 24, 2014:
Special screening of Clare Beavan's film CODEBREAKER,
5.30-7.15pm, Spiegeltent, at the
Festival of the Mind, University of Sheffield, UK, 18-28 September, 2014.
Film will be followed by a panel discussion with Dr Allan Pacey
(who appears in the movie) and the film's
executive producer Patrick Sammon.
- September 28, 2014:
Special presentation at the 35th-anniversary Aspen Film Festival of
THE IMITATION GAME - Festival
runs Sept. 26 through Oct. 1, with online
Tickets go on sale Sept. 9 at the Wheeler Opera House box office and Carbondale's Boomerang Coffee.
They're also available
- October 5, 2014:
THE IMITATION GAME at the
2014 Milwaukee Film Festival, September 25 to October 9, 2014.
"THE IMITATION GAME", a film getting Oscar buzz, with Benedict Cumberbatch as British
code-breaker Alan Turing, showing Oct. 5.
- October 7, 2014:
Prof. Ian Watson give a
Guest Lecture on Alan Turing and the Artificial Brain
, 18:00-19:00 at
Robert Gordon University, Riverside East, Conference Suite (N204),
Garthdee campus, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen, AB10 7GJ.
"With examples from the past and present, including current research,
Prof. Watson will also look at the impact that Artificial Intelligence will have in the
future and the profound bearing it is likely to have on our society."
Ian (Associate Professor at University of Auckland, New Zealand) is celebrated
Universal Machine blog - and his
book of the same name.
The lecture is free, but please register
- October 8, 2014:
THE IMITATION GAME opens the
58th BFI London Film Festival:
"The film will receive its European premiere on Wednesday 8 October at the Odeon Leicester Square
with a live cinecast from the red carpet and simultaneous screenings taking place
at cinemas across the UK. Stars Benedict Cumberbatch and
Keira Knightley, and director Morten Tyldum are expected to attend the London event.
full programme will be announced
on Wednesday 3 September and public booking
opens on 18 September. For the best chance of getting the tickets you want,
join the BFI and enjoy booking ahead of the public."
full cast and crew at IMDb.
- October 11, 2014:
THE IMITATION GAME receives the
Hamptons International Film Festival 2014 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize:
"The Imitation Game" will screen at the Hamptons International Film Festival on Saturday,
October 11th, and a panel discussion about the use of cryptography and
computer science in a historical context, as well as Turing's impact in the field
will follow. Janna Levin, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Barnard/Columbia, and
Dan Guido, co-founder and CEO of Trail of Bits, an information security firm, and the
Hacker in Residence at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering will take part in the discussion."
- October 16, 2014:
THE IMITATION GAME screens at the 50th Anniversary
Chicago International Film Festival.
- October 17, 2014:
Terence Wardrop on The Creator of the Modern Computer: Why Alan Turing was the
Most Influential Scientist of the
Twentieth Century, a Lovejoy Science Lecture at
St. Paul's School, Concord, NH, USA -
7:00-8:00, at the Lindsay Center for Mathematics & Science, Lecture Hall, Room 131.
- October 23-30, 2014:
THE IMITATION GAME, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley, has its Texas premiere at the
21st Austin Film Festival & Conference:
"Austin Film Festival Showcases Linklater, Cumberbatch"
- November 5 and 9, 2014:
Gala screenings of
THE IMITATION GAME at
Hawaii International Film Festival 2014,
Wednesday, November 05 8:00 PM Dole Cannery A; Sunday, November 09 5:00 PM Dole Cannery F.
- November 5, 2014:
North Texas Premiere of
THE IMITATION GAME at
Lone Star Film Festival 2014, with screenwriter Graham Moore in attendance -
9pm, Wednesday, November 5, Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
- November 6, 2014:
Opening Night Screening of
THE IMITATION GAME at 4th Annual
Asheville Cinema Festival, November 6-9, 2014,
"Price includes the after party located at the Century Room of Pack's Tavern
where you will receive complimentary appetizers and a cash bar and Previews of the slate of films with be shown)
Additionally, there will be a stand up performance by Tom DiMenna, one of our filmmakers whose film,
"Bologna Warrior" is included in the line-up."
- November 7-8, 2014:
THE IMITATION GAME, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley,
28th Leeds International Film Festival.
- November 8 and 12, 2014:
THE IMITATION GAME
Three Rivers Film Festival, Pittsburgh, USA.
- November 9, 2014:
Scottish Premiere of THE IMITATION GAME,
Closing Night Film of the
Inverness Film Festival, 8:00pm Sunday 9th
- November 11, 2014:
Darrel Ince, Emeritus Professor of Computing at the Open University,
talks on Alan Turing: The Man who Invented the Computer
, 10:30 - 11:30am,
Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, London SE21 7AD.
The speaker is "author of numerous books and academic articles including
Dictionary of the Internet Book (2001) and The Computer (2011)".
- November 12, 2014:
Napa Valley Film Festival opens with THE IMITATION GAME.
"The five-day festival will showcase films in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and
beginning November 12 with a
screening of 'THE IMITATION GAME'",
director Morten Tyldum.
- November 12, 2014:
Exclusive London Preview of THE IMITATION GAME with Director's Talk by Morten Tyldum,
at the Science Museum, 19.30-22.00 in the IMAX Theatre.
"Book early for this unique event as tickets are limited."
(Photograph of Morten
Tyldum courtesy of The Weinstein Company.)
- November 14, 2014:
General UK Opening of Morten Tyldum's THE IMITATION GAME.
- November 15, 2014:
37th Starz Denver Film Festival 'Big Night' showing of
THE IMITATION GAME.
- November 28 (note change of date), 2014:
General US Release of
THE IMITATION GAME starring
Benedict Cumberbatch as
Keira Knightley as Joan Clarke, with screenplay by
Graham Moore and
music score by
- December 1, 2014:
Turing Tales with speaker Andrew Hodges -
December 1st, 2014, 7:00PM - 8:30PM,
National Museum of Mathematics, 11 E. 26th St., New York, 10010, USA.
"From his revolutionary idea that laid the foundation for the modern computer,
to his leading role in breaking the German Enigma ciphers during World War II,
and finally to his tragic ending, Alan Turing led an incredible life. Don't
miss this inside view into the inner and outer drama of Alan Turing's
life and achievements."
- December 3, 2014:
Special Presentation of
THE IMITATION GAME, 8pm Whistler Conference Centre Ballroom,
Whistler Film Festival, 3-7 December 2014, Whistler, Canada.
"The Whistler Film Festival takes place in Whistler located in the Coast Mountains
of British Columbia, Canada. The distance between Vancouver and Whistler is
a short 2 hour drive (115 kms / 72 miles) along the scenic Sea-to-Sky highway."
- December 4, 2014:
Czech Republic and Slovakia releases of Morten Tyldum's THE IMITATION GAME.
- December 5, 2014:
Release of THE IMITATION GAME in Romania (and maybe Poland).
- December 7, 2014:
Dr. Andrew Hodges will speak at
The Skeptic Society on Alan Turing: The Enigma
- 2pm at Baxter Lecture Hall
on the Caltech campus -
332 S. Michigan Ave., Pasadena, CA 91106.
"Lecture events feature a Q&A period after the talk, and a book signing by the
author. Also, lecture-goers are invited to meet and talk to the speaker and
socialize with fellow skeptics over dinner and libations at
Burger Continental in Pasadena."
Tickets: First come, first served at the door. Seating is limited. $10 for Skeptics
Society members and the JPL/Caltech community, $15 for nonmembers.
- December 25, 2014:
Release of THE IMITATION GAME in Norway.
2015 and beyond ...
- January 1, 2015:
Italy release of Morten Tyldum's THE IMITATION GAME.
- January 8, 2015:
Netherlands and New Zealand releases of Morten Tyldum's THE IMITATION GAME.
- January 16, 2015:
Sweden release of Morten Tyldum's THE IMITATION GAME.
- January 22, 2015:
Singapore release of Morten Tyldum's THE IMITATION GAME.
- January 28, 2015:
France and Belgium releases of Morten Tyldum's THE IMITATION GAME.
- February, 2015:
Robert M Pepper, Vice President
Global Technology @ Cisco, to give
IET/BCS Turing Lecture.
- February 14, 2015:
Gala Opening of
Queensland Symphony Orchestra 2015 Season, featuring Beethoven's 9th Symphony, & world premiere of
The Trillion Souls,
"a commissioned work dedicated to the memory of British mathematician Alan Turing".
Go to Queensland Symphony Orchestra website for
DETAILS & TICKETS. Single tickets on sale November 10, 2014.
- February 19, 2015:
Release of THE IMITATION GAME in Germany and Denmark.
- March, 2015:
Release of THE IMITATION GAME in Japan.
- April 21-25, 2015: Hugh Whitemore's
Breaking the Code at the Lauriston Studio theatre, Altrincham Garrick Playhouse,
Barrington Road, Altrincham WA14 1HZ, UK.
Performances 7:30pm, Saturday Matinee 4:00pm. POSTER.