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MUSICALS BY JANE BRAMWELL & MICHAEL BRAND

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WALLIS

SIMPSON

CLD – The Real Lewis Carroll

The story of the man who created ‘Alice’

King & Country

World War 1 Music drama

Walls Simpson

The Heart has its Reasons

Longer than it takes to say Goodbye

A minimalist musical for lovers – Two hander

Alan Turing – ‘Guilty of Love’

“A great show in the making” - G Scene

 

October Performances  now at :

 

Key Theatre, Peterborough (Mon  9th)

 

Yvonne Arnaud Studio Theatre, Guildford (Thurs 12th –Sat 14th)

 

Wimbledon Studio Theatre (Mon 23rd – Wed 25th)

 

Straight from an acclaimed premiere at Brighton this summer, this musical tells the tragic story of  Alan Turing – mathematical genius and World War Two hero who broke Germany’s 'Enigma' codes at Bletchley Park but  was prosecuted  for homosexuality in 1952. He died tragically in 1954 at the age of 41 of cyanide poisoning and was pardoned in 2013.

 

Set in the form of Christ’s Passion, the show reveals the true love of Turing’s life – his brilliant schoolfriend Christopher Morcom, who died when he was only 19.

 

Book and Lyrics by Jane Bramwell              

Music by Michael Brand  

Directed by David Kettle

 

 

www.facebook.com/AlanTuringPassion  /  Twitter @turinguiltylove

 

 

HERE TO THE SONGS:

 

‘Guilty of Love’  -  Jamie Sheasby (Turing)

 

‘Venus in  Daytime’ - Jamie Sheasby ( Turing) Jamie Coles ( Christopher Morcom)

 

‘Guilty of Love’ -  (Company)

 

 

WATCH THE VIDEO

 

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Guilty of Love Tour in October - see details below.

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“Jamie Sheasby as Turing is brilliant as the frenetic, emotionally immature genius whose discovery took two years off the length of World War Two.” G Scene