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"It is time for Frances Sheridan to emerge ... as the unacknowledged inspiration behind her son’s plays". In 1999 Elizabeth Kuti concluded the unfinished comedy A Trip to Bath. In this lunchtime lecture, she will talk about the process of piecing together the clues to complete a play that was written over 200 years ago; and she will also talk about the debt owed by Richard Brinsley Sheridan to his mother’s plays - and in particular to A Trip to Bath.

ReVisit Lunchtime Lectures - Rewriting Frences Sheridan

ReVisit Lunchtime Lectures - Rewriting Frences Sheridan (Lecture) production archive for QTIX code T103131584. Details of all ReVisit Lunchtime Lectures - Rewriting Frences Sheridan archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0246690021

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3 Feb 09Theatre Royal
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
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