Enigma Machine to visit NDT

Tuesday, 30 April, 2013

Yes, the rumours are true! A real life Enigma machine is coming to New Diorama Theatre this weekend.

Those who are lucky enough to be in the audience of The Universal Machine on Saturday 4th May will be treated to a demonstration of an Enigma machine in a very special presentation from Bletchley Park volunteers.

The Enigma machine was invented by a German and was used by Britain’s codebreakers, including Alan Turing, as a way of deciphering German signals during WW2. It has been claimed that as a result of the information gained through this device, hostilities between Germany and the Allied forces were curtailed by two years.

There will be a demonstration both post-matinee and pre-evening performance. Tickets are expected to sell out very quickly so make sure you don’t miss out and book now for Saturday’s performances!

We look forward to seeing you then!

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