Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Theatre Company presents
This production is suitable for 14+ only
4 - 7 Dec in the Studio | Wed 4 - Fri 6 Dec 7.45pm | Matinee: Thu 5 Dec 2.30pm | Sat 7 Dec 5pm
Anticipated running time: 2 hours
Please note this is an estimated running time and may be subject to change
Famed for his paintings in which scenes from the Bible were integrated into the ordinary village life of Cookham (and even incorporating local residents), Stanley Spencer was a controversial figure in his time. This funny and affecting play explores Stanley's equally controversial and utterly sincere belief in the sanctity of his sex life, a belief that involved wanting to have two wives on the go at once!
A potty, painful comedy of his complicated marital arrangements, this play, first performed in 1996, won both the Evening Standard Award for Best Play that year and the Olivier Award for Best New Play in 1997.
Tickets: £8 | £5.50 concessions | £3 NUS (ID Required)
Includes booking fee
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