Our play comes to a British university campus for the first time, with two performances at Reading University on the invitation from the University's School of Law and the Film, Theatre & Television Department. BOOK NOW. Tickets available online through the Online Store of the University of Reading. Go to: http://tinyurl.com/Regulation18B
The play will celebrate its London debut in the historic Hall at Gray's Inn, situated on High Holborn, Central London. Lord Atkin was called to the Bar from Gray's Inn in 1891. The Hall, where the play will be performed in three-quarter round, features stained glass windows which date back as far as 1462, as well as an enormous wooden screen that is believed to be made of oak timbers from a captured ship of the Spanish Armada, given to the the Inn by Queen Elizabeth I.
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The Windsor Guildhall is the town hall of the town of Windsor, in the English county of Berkshire. It is situated in the High Street, about 100 metres from Castle Hill, which leads to the main public entrance to Windsor Castle.
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Tickets on sale at the Watlington Library (35 High Street) and at the Watlington Post Office (8 High Street)
The play will be performed in the upper room of the Town Hall of Watlington (Oxfordshire). The Hall was built in 1664 and endowed at that time to be a boy's grammar school. The Hall has served as the central marketplace for the town, a court, and a school into the 1900s. In 2014 Watlington commemorated 350 years of the Hall continuing as a place of social and civic gatherings for the town and surrounding communities. Watlington is 15 miles southeast of Oxford.
7 PM Friday, June 5, 2015 at the Centre for the Creative Arts - Y Neuadd Goffa - The Memorial Hall, Christ College Brecon
Christ College Brecon has invited the play to be performed in its theatre in early June. The school, which Atkin attended in the 1880s, was founded through Royal Charter in 1541 by King Henry VIII. Boasting a modern theatre where the play will be performed, the school's Chapel and dining hall date from the 13th Century. Christ College Brecon hosts an annual Lord Atkin Lecture in memory of what the school considers one of its most distinguished Old Breconians. The town of Brecon is approximately 40 miles north of Cardiff in mid-Wales.
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The cast of the play is drawn entirely from actors associated with the Wokingham Theatre, which in turn has graciously agreed to add our production for a two-evening run as part of its 2015 programme. Wokingham Theatre was founded in 1946 and and has a rich history of bringing high quality productions to area audiences. The Theatre is a member of Britain's Little Theatre Guild, which supports and promotes independent amateur theatre.
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The Cookham Music & Art Festival is held every two years in the village of Cookham, Berkshire, in the Thames Valley, 30 miles west of London. The festival runs for roughly two weeks, and features a wide array of events at multiple area venues in music, drama, art, dance, history, talks, and exhibitions. We are delighted to have the play's first full production take place as part of the 2015 Cookham Festival. The play will be performed at Moor Hall in Cookham (Berkshire), which combines an 1805 Manor House with a modern conference centre.