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PRESENTS


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Showing at the Colour House Theatre,  from 21st July 2014.

KISSINGER AND TELL

Henry Kissinger arrived in the UK in 1971 for Strategic Arms Limitations Talks. The newspapers carried the story of the official banquet given by Prime Minister Edward Heath but, curiously, nothing has been said of what went on outside of the dining room. Until now, that is.  

Review



Also preparing for new performances of

PLAY TO THE GALLERY

">commencing 31st October 2014

Who should profit from art? The artist, investment funds or maybe the world? Tell your answers to Rembrandt, who is about to go bankrupt. 

Previously performed as PROVENANCE HELPLINE

Follow the characters in a painting, from the time of Rembrandt's financial

 difficulties to the present day.

SYNOPSISREVIEWOn-Line Programme




THE OPPOSITE OF SHOW BUSINESS

Marlowe was a character created by Raymond Chandler

Marlowe - a contemporary of Shakespeare

Was Chandler a character created by Marlowe?


On-line programme Review




Glass Hero"This sale of honours is a national scandal. It can be traced right down to 10 Downing Street".

Victor Grayson, socialist icon, firebrand MP, fighter for womens' emancipation, champion of the oppressed.

Was this really the Labour Party's "Lost Leader" or a washed-up, alcoholic hypocrite?

I put down my drink and walked out into the street. That was it; I disappeared. Nobody knows where I went.

Jim Grover

How can Victor expect us to know, when he can't even remember himself?

Designs on Grayson Flemwell Sample script Programme and trivia

With appreciation to the late Ed Udovick(IMPULSE PLAYWRIGHTS' AGENCY) who worked tirelessly to promote GLASS HERO in North America.

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