Electric Voice Theatre

Registered charity no:1194881

An award-winning contemporary music-theatre acappella ensemble, commissioning, creating, researching and performing vocal music by women composers for theatrical performance, participating in creative multi-disciplinary collaborations, and delivering workshops connecting children and adults to their local creative and cultural environment.


Flower of the Month
Summer Song for the Open Air

Eliza Flower

a close up photo of 2 blood coloured roses in bloom

A double bloom of red roses


Minerva Scientifica
JUNE Birthdays 2024

11th 1887 Adeline Campbell
Physician & Surgeon

14th 1901 Florence Attridge
Radio Technician

Misfolding Exhibition

A colourful coil of fibre - which becomes a string of dots with letters referring to the TAU protein which becomes a series of musical notes on a stave

Five audio-visual works that draw inspiration from scientific research to explore the biology behind Alzheimer’s disease

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Flower of the Month – June

There is a joy and freshness about this gorgeous acapella song by Eliza Flower which sounds like friends enjoying the open air together……

A sunny day with a cream 18thC building - a Georgian doorway and a 2 storey building with large windows all with tiled glass frames and an old fashioned lampost outside

Eliza Flower in Harlow

We are thrilled to have brought Eliza Flower’s music back to her home town of Harlow in Essex for the very 1st time – have a look to see what we got up to…

A close up of lily of the valley flowers peeping out of their shiny green leaves

Flower of the Month – May

A Scottish song for May full of flowers and bird song by Eliza Flower with words by a poet from Kelso and a wee nod to Robert Burns

Tune In

Thinking I Hear Thee Call
Cheryl Frances-Hoad

Created for a zoom performance celebrating
Florence Attridge
born on June 14th 1901
A Radio Engineer who undertook secret work at
Marconi’s in Chelmsford during WW2
More info on this link

Minerva Scientifica

Scottish Women's Hospital in Serbia

Scottish Women’s Hospital in Serbia

Adeline Campbell
Physician and Surgeon
BORN 11th June 1887
Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland

Minerva Scientifica Podcasts 

“Women of Science & Music: 30 celebrations”
Featuring the lives of women in music & science,
past and present,
who were born or work(ed) in the UK.


Minerva Scientifica sets out to shine a light on Women Scientists and Composers in history and the present day, telling remarkable stories of women who have succeeded against the odds, inspiring the next generation of women to smash through the glass ceiling.

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ECHOES is an ever-growing touring project with and for local communities which focuses on the lives and work of women scientists and composers from each area we visit. New music is created with school groups, community choirs, instrumental ensembles and orchestras in collaboration with local scientists and the evt composers and performers. Contact us now to discuss how to bring the project to your area.

Minerva Scientifica has developed a wide range of flexible performance and lecture recital programmes perfect for Music and Science Festivals, Concert Venues, Theatres, Exhibitions, Conferences, Rural Touring, Schools, Universities and anywhere women in music and science are celebrated.

Audience Workshop British Science Week 2016

Minerva Scientifica has created a series of outreach projects associated with the Performance Programmes in collaboration with the Museum of Life Sciences – King’s College London, and with individual composers and scientists. Have a look at our contribution to British Science Week 2016.


Minerva Scientifica is currently developing a number of new projects featuring women scientists past and present in collaboration with institutions, composers and scientists. If you would like to find out more about developing a new project with us please contact us now.