Advance tickets are now available for the showcase of Wayne Adrian Drew’s critically acclaimed new play about four famous authors spending the day at a villa on the coast between France and Italy in 1920.
7.30pm, Friday 23 June 2017
Tickets: £12.00, advance booking only
For tickets / further info, email: email@example.com or call: 020 8305 1441
Dr. Gerri Kimber, the celebrated author and Chair of The Katherine Mansfield Society reviewed the script enthusiastically….
‘This remarkable play, written with great sensitivity and clearly the result of thorough research, offers us the tantalising scenario of placing Katherine Mansfield, her husband John Middleton Murry, and their friends D. H. Lawrence and Virginia Woolf, together in the South of France, as they converse their way through one glitteringly memorable day in 1920. Fantasy? Yes, but so utterly believable and engrossing, that I now find myself unable to imagine that such an event did not take place. Sheer theatrical perfection.’
This staged and fully rehearsed reading, will be realised by 5 highly accomplished professional actors. All tickets include admission to the Museum’s latest exhibition as well as light refreshments at the intermission.
The play runs for approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes including intermission and advance booking is recommended as all previous showcases have sold out many weeks in advance.