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Churchill

Winston Churchill and Adolf Hitler

2 July 2013 - 20 July 2013, 7:45pm - 7:45pm

Brian Daniels and New End Theatre Beyond present Churchill

 

Written by Tony Tortora
Directed by Richard Bonham
Sir Winston Churchill, possibly the greatest political figure in the UK of the 20th century, is thrust together with Adolf Hitler, loathed statesman and mass murderer. Taking place beyond this world in a place of limbo, finally they come together. There is unfinished business. Will each go any way to recognising the other’s point of view? This tense and gripping new play has been heralded by Simon Callow as ‘terrific, strikingly original and imaginative’.
You will be challenged and enthralled by the on-stage presence of these two huge personalities.

Price:   £12 (£10 concession)

Contact details:   Carriageworks Box Office
The Electric Press, Millennium Square, LS2 3AD
0113 224 3801
www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk

Additional information:  

 

Carriageworks 

The Electric Press
3 Millennium Square
Leeds
LS2 3AD

Details  

Theatre in Millennium Square showcasing the best national and international touring productions

Facilities  

Bar
Conference facilities
Meeting rooms
Tea and coffee facilities
Toilets

Access  

Accessible to wheelchair users with assistance and mobility impaired walker, disabled toilets, standard toilets, assistance dogs allowed.

Public transport  

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