Noël Coward's Still Life
'Forgive me? For everything. For meeting you, in the first place. For taking the piece of grit out of your eye. For loving you. For bringing you so much misery.' Coward’s classic play, which became David Lean’s iconic 1945 movie Brief Encounter, is a tale of innocent flirting and iced buns. Accompanied by Rachmaninoff’s haunting music, Laura and Alec’s ill-fated affair blooms out of a chance meeting in a railway station. Join award-winning ETC as they bring this most romantic of period dramas to life.
Age category: 12+
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