CLD – The Real Lewis Carroll
The story of the man who created ‘Alice’
King & Country
World War 1 Music drama
The Heart has its Reasons
Longer than it takes to say Goodbye
A minimalist musical for lovers – Two hander
NEW FOR 2017
This semi-staged professional show is set in the same form as Christ's Passion.
It tells the tragic story of Alan Turing – a WW2 hero who broke the 'Enigma' codes at Bletchley Park and helped win the War but was prosecuted for homosexuality in 1952. He died tragically in 1954 at the age of 41 of cyanide poisoning and was granted a Royal Pardon in 2013.
The production is serious, tragic, but told with humour and humanity, with stunning new lyrics and music by established writing partnership Jane Bramwell and Michael Brand.
Directed by David Kettle. - Features Resound Male Voices www.resoundmalevoices.org
Musical Director Stefan Holmstrom
Premieres at Brighton Festival Fringe
Thurs June 1st and Fri June 2nd 7.45 pm ( Dur. 2 hours)
St Mary’s Church, Kemp Town, 61 St. James’s Street, Brighton BN2 1PR
Tickets (£10.00 / £8.00) from https://www.brightonfringe.org/
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www.facebook.com/AlanTuringPassion / Twitter @turinguiltylove
Oxford Music Theatre
Sung by Jamie Sheasby