by Max Tiarks
directed by Matthew Gould
“It’s a dreadful thing Stephen Ward killed himself. But don’t blame us.”
She relinquished a film career (Great Expectations and Kind Heart and Coronets) to become the wife of John Profumo MP.
She stood by him when he resigned from Government. Where did this leave Valerie Hobson?
Liz Robertson – internationally acclaimed and award-nominated for My Fair Lady (written and directed by her late husband Alan Jay Lerner),
The King and I and Love Never Dies – stars in this riveting one-act look at the aftermath of the Profumo scandal… from the wife’s perspective.
“Max Tiarks’ fine play.” Tim Walker, Daily Telegraph
For one performance only
Sunday 26th July 2015 at 7.30pm.
All Tickets: £16.00 £14.00 concessions