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Winnie The Pooh

by A. A. Milne - adapted by Glyn Robbins

17th to 19th May 2007 (Matinee on 19th May)

The Beacon Centre
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Single Spies

by Alan Bennett

performed by BTG Wednesday 25th to Saturday 28th February 2004

The famous double bill

This is a double bill of "An Englishman Abroad" and "A Question of Attribution".

An Englishman Abroad covers a moment in time of Guy Burgess's life in Moscow, following his defection to the USSR.

This funny and witty play is based on the recollections of a meeting between Burgess and the famous actress Coral Browne.
Following an encounter in a theatre dressing room in Moscow, the majority of the play focuses on an afternoon spent trapped in Burgess's flat while Coral measures him up for a new wardrobe and him as a person.

Their conversations cover personality, Crown, country and loyalty.

A Question of Attribution is an entirely fictional account of an unscheduled meeting between Sir Anthony Blunt with Her Majesty the Queen while he was reviewing some of the Royal Collection in Buckingham Palace.

The converstations within this play cover many facets from loyalties, truth, facades and hidden meanings. What is the truth and is all that is said really what is meant.

Directed by Kathy Godfrey

An Englishman Abroad
Peter Gilchrist as Anthony Burgess
Louise Kavanagh as Coral Browne
Jonathan King as Tolya
Michael Duffy as Tailor
Paul Godfrey as Shop Assistant

A Question of Attribution Jeff Walker as Blunt
Barnaby Lathom-Sharp as Restorer
Laurence Parker as Chubb
Gareth Webb as Phillips
Jonathan King as Colin
Cindy Linley as HMQ

This play was performed at The Beacon Centre

Production Dates were Wednesday 25th February to Saturday 28th February 2004. Show Photos

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