The Browning Version
by Terence Rattigan
Thur. Nov 8 - Wingfield Barns
Fri. Nov 9 - Beccles Public Hall
Thur Nov 15 - Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft
Fri. Nov 16 -Westacre Theatre, near Swaffha
Sat. Nov 17 - The Cut, Halesworth
Thur. Nov 22 - Laxfield Village Hall
Fri. Nov 23 - Diss Corn Hall
All performances 7.30pm
Tickets £11 and £9 (concessions)
First performed on 8 September 1948, this is the 70th year anniversary of the play's first performance. The Broninng Version is seen by some as Terence Rattigan's best work.
Trapped in an unhappy marriage, the thwarted desires of Millie Crocker-Harris are released in the form of spite and betrayal as her ailing, humiliated schoolteacher husband, Andrew - also unloved by his pupils - faces academic and marital oblivion. But could an unexpected gift from one student help restore some semblance of humanity?
Andrew Crocker-Harris - Tim Hall
Directed by David Green
Read through with Michael Imison revealing his own history with Terence Rattigan.