The Swan Theatre Company presents

A Man For All Seasons

By Robert Bolt
Directed by Ken Bowler

Monday 21st to Saturday 26th May

A Man for All Seasons was first performed and published in 1960.

This play although about the historical events sparked off by Henry VIII's decision to divorce Catherine of Aragon, is also a great psychological drama. It focuses on the point at which a clever and sophisticated man is no longer able to compromise. Thomas More was no willing martyr, but was finally forced to recognise something within himself, to deny which would have made life valueless.

Doors open 7:15pm, show starts 7:45pm and finishes 10.30 pm.





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  • And Then There Were None 9 - 17 November

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