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powerful and gripping drama, focusing on the crisis which faces the nation when Edward VIII declares his deep love for Wallis Simpson. Unswayed by the prospect of public scandal, family upheaval and even abdication, he is insistent that he will marry the woman he loves. Beautifully capturing the atmosphere of the Royal Household in the 1930s and with themes as resonant today as seventy years ago, this is a unique opportunity to witness one of our countryâs favourite actresses in a touching portrayal of one of the nationâs most enigmatic queens. WebsitePerformers Patricia Routledge (Queen Mary), Rufus Wright (King Edward VIII), Emma Handy, Richard Hansell, Sam Hoare, Darlene Johnson, Laurence Kennedy, Jennifer Oscard, Rebecca Saire, Augustina Seymour, Dominic Cazenove.
Author Royce Ryton. Producer Act Productions. Producer Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. Director David Grindley. Sound Gregory Clarke. Lighting Jason Taylor.
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