The Lion and Unicorn Players tell the story of the first actresses allowed on the stage.
Set in the 1660s, this play by April de Angelis, tells the story of the first actresses allowed on the stage – including the darling of Restoration theatre, Nell Gwynn, who became the mistress of King Charles II.
It’s funny, bawdy and poignant – with adult themes and swearing …
Performances will be held on November 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 7.30pm with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.
Tickets priced £12 (£8 for 18 and under) are available from One Tree Books in Lavant Street or online at www.lionandunicornplayers.co.uk