Question How are tau, β-amyloid, and cognitive status associated in Parkinson disease? Findings This cross-sectional positron emission tomographic imaging study examined β-amyloid and tau deposition in 15 cognitively normal patients with Parkinson disease, 14 cognitively impaired patients with Parkinson disease, and 49 cognitively normal older control participants.
Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad, are back at Soho Theatre having just finished headlining a two night run of Jonny Woo’s Unroyal Variety at Hackney Empire where she devised some brand new original material. I had the pleasure of speaking with Lucy about her upcoming show and what audiences can look forward to. Q: I wonder if you could start off by telling me what the show is about? Lucy: The premise of the show is that I attempt to re-enact the New Testament, playing all the main roles myself.
Fifty years since the premiere of the musical Hair, the show is revived in a new production, directed by Jonathan O’Boyle. The show first opened in the West End in 1968, a day after the theatrical censorship laws were revoked. Taking the form of a rock musical, the show centres around a tribe of American hippies in the 1960s sexual revolution, with a heavy focus on race, sexuality and religion. Within the Vaults, tin cans hang from the roof, the whole of which is covered with coloured ribbons.
@northernluke@theatre503 Yay good, seeing on Saturday and non hetro-normative narratives are what I need right now! I noticed there was a same sex couple on some family quiz show last week, so things are definitely changing for the better :)
#MyMumsATwat@royalcourt is the sort of play that's made me want to go home and carry on with my writing project. It was just the inspiration I needed this week! Patsy was obviously ace. Just 80 minutes of seamless storytelling.
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