Be careful what you wish for: An evaluator’s perspective on Y Touring by Dr Suzanne King and Mark Dyball, People science and Policy

Suzannne King and Mark Dyball of People Science and Policy, describe their experience of Y Touring’s work. They write in depth about an evaluation led by People, Science and Policy on Mind the Gap, a Theatre of Debate project exploring the ethical issues raised by advances in neuroscience . They outline the project development process and reference other Y Touring works including, The Silencer and Upfront. In doing so, they emphasise the power of the medium and the methodology, and at the same time raise the debate that, ‘this powerful medium can stimulate changes of attitude that might be considered ‘undesirable’ as well as those that might be seen as more ‘positive’.

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