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A Common Man
Information for A Common Man at The King's Head Theatre, Inner London (Play). This is a fanfare for the common man. In a quest for freedom, Thomas Paine, friend of the people, foe of princes, builder of bridges, will take you from his humble 18th Century beginnings as he fights to find his place in the world. Actor and writer Dominic Allen and director Joe Hufton bring Thomas Paine back from the dead to tell his incredible story: the pirate who invented America, the corsetmaker that inspired the French Revolution, and the ordinary man who built an extraordinary bridge. This gripping solo show takes you from Norfolk street to American battlefield, from ship to shore, in a whirlwind historical adventure. Empires will shake, kings will fall and a nation will rise. It's time for one man to stand up and begin the world anew.
Performers Dominic Allen.
Author Dominic Allen. Director Joe Hufton.

A Common Man


Sunday, 15th October 2017 to Sunday, 22nd October 2017.
Sun 17:00
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The King's Head Theatre

The King's Head Theatre
John Salt Bar (temporary home)
131 Upper Street
Inner London
Greater London
N1 1QP

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A Common Man at The King's Head Theatre, Inner LondonQTix Codes:
Listing: L2081386642
Production: T1313329424
Event: S2019161515
Venue: V235
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