Commissioned by Shakespeare’s Globe, and premiered there in 2010, Howard Brenton’s play portrays Anne Boleyn (mother of Elizabeth I) as a force in the political and religious in-fighting and influenced Henry VIII (who doted on her) thereby unleashing the protestant reformation.
Our entry for the Waltham Forest Drama Festival, which took place on 29th March 2019 at Forest Community Centre, Guildford Road E17 4EA
Music and Lyrics and book by Lionel Bart. Produced for the Broadway stage by David Merrick and Donald Albert.
By Paul Nimmo.
A funny and lively play with star-crossed lovers, duelling Danes, country bumpkins and much more
A brillian introduction to the world of William Shakespeare!
Bad tempered and mean Scrooge is visited by four ghosts who show him the error of his ways and transform him into a generous and caring man.