DANIEL DEFOE - THE LOCKDOWN DIARIES
Its 1664 and the world is on the cusp of a sweeping pandemic which will devastate the population and change lives for everyone.
Would be writer Daniel Defoe, living in London and struggling to make ends meet, is caught up in these traumatic events and decides to document his experiences and those of the people he meets. A poignant and humorous look at life during lockdown in 17th Century England.
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MRS SIMPSON GETS DIVORCED
An American divorcee, a besotted Prince and a constitutional crisis - sound familiar? But this was 1936.
Focusing on her six weeks in Felixstowe as she waited for her divorce - this play looks at Wallis Simpson's relationship with Edward, her husband Ernest and the explosive circumstances that rocked the monarchy and ultimately led to the King's abdication and Princess Elizabeth eventually becoming Queen.