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A Royal encounter. An enduring love. A bungalow in Penge. Olivier Award winner Julian Glover, Benidorm's Sheila Reid and Olivier Award winner Nichola McAuliffe in her new comedy drama directed by five-times Fringe First winner Hannah Eidinow. Re-uniting the creative team from McAuliffe's highly acclaimed drama A British Subject which played at the Pleasance; Brits Off Broadway, New York; and the Arts Theatre, West End. For A British Subject, ★★★★ (Guardian), ★★★★ (Independent), ★★★★ (Financial Times). Ages 14+.
Pleasance and PW Productions in association with Wild Thyme Productions.
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