The Rose and Crown @ Insole Court

JB Priestley
Wayne Vincent
Everyman Theatre

The Rose and Crown (by JB Priestley)
Directed by Wayne Vincent

The setting is the public bar of The Rose and Crown. Into the bar comes an assortment of working-class characters who, with one notable exception, are fed up with life. Their conversations are interrupted by the arrival of a Stranger. Suddenly everyone finds they’ve a reason to live.

Set in post war austerity of 1946, the modern day relevance of the Rose and Crown may surprise you. Stranger things have happened.

Audience capacities are reduced this year. If an event is showing as sold out, please email festivalmarketing@everymantheatre.co.uk and request to be placed on the waiting list for your chosen performance(s). You will be emailed if we are permitted to increase our capacity at a later date.

We are able to stage this year’s Festival thanks to your ongoing support and thanks to funding by the Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales Phase 2 Scheme, administered by the WCVA.

Performances:
Sunday 11 July 2pm
Sunday 18 July 2pm
@ Insole Court: The Billiards Room


Date
Time
Sun 11th Jul
14:00

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