Saturday 21st May 2011
Anyone in London next month might be interested in this “dramatic reading” about Samuel Pepys and the theatre. Here’s the full blurb:
PEPYS AND THE PLAYHOUSE
A dramatic reading devised and presented by Colin Pinney
Thursday 16 June 2011, 7pm (doors open 6:15pm)
In his own words Pepys gives a frank picture of the intrigues and affairs (including his own) of the 1660s, wrestling with his conscience — and sometimes his wife — as he follows the drama, on and offstage, of the Restoration playhouse. This was the age of plague, fire — and Nell Gwyn. The performance takes place in the Withdrawing Room of Dr Johnson’s historic house in the City of London. In costume.
“Hugely enjoyable” — Cheltenham Festival
£15/£13 concessions, includes a glass of wine, must be booked in advance.
To book tickets online go to our website or contact us to arrange payment by cheque on 020 7353 3745 or email@example.com
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Dr Johnson’s House, 17 Gough Square, London EC4A 3DE
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