Performance

VenueCorn Exchange
TownNewbury
CountyBerkshire
From22nd March 1997
To22nd March 1997
What is currently on at Corn Exchange (V732)

Bloody Poetry

T01037161698
On the shores of Lake Geneva in 1816, two of England’s leading Romantic poets meet for the first time. Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron, along with Mary Shelley and her half-sister Claire Clairmont, form an uneasy circle of friendship, shielding themselves from an English society more interested in their unorthodox sexual liaisons than their poetry. The personal and the political collide as the foursome struggle to define who they are to each other and to a public who condemn their private lives whilst celebrating their work.
Author Howard Brenton


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Company Terra Firma

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