Physicist Ulf Danielsson makes Performance Lecture about the universe at Dramaten

By on March 8, 2018
Jenny Baumgartner

What’s in the darkness between the stars? Why does it get dark at night? How was the universe created and what happened before The Big Bang? Ulf Danielsson, scientist and human, gives a cosmic overview of the history of the universe and the dark energy that nobody really knows about. Premiere at the Little Stage on April 10th.

In Performance Lecture: About the universe, the author and professor of theoretical physics, Ulf Danielsson, tells about his research and places the most fundamental and thrilling questions about the magnificent, and above all, the dark universe. An existential but scientific lecture intended to reflect on human size, future and end.

What does a black hole consist of and how are they formed? Do we live in a multiverse? And what happens when the last star goes out?

It goes slowly, but it starts to clear – the image of the dark and unknown sides of the universe. Ulf Danielsson takes the audience to the absolute research front and lifts the everyday world we live in as part of everything. On stage, besides Ulf Danielsson, we also see children’s actor John Österlund, who is currently in Dramatens set of the Witches.

Ulf Danielsson is Professor of Theoretical Physics at Uppsala University. In addition to his research, he has written four books, lectured, debated and participated in countless television and radio programs. Ulf Danielsson is also a member of the Nobel Committee for Physics. In summer 2010 he hosted SR Summer in P1.

Performance Lecture: About the Universe, April 10th, on the Little Stage.

Helena Olofsson, Culture 6 Music | Stockholm