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In an act of pure passion, a woman chooses to cast aside her husband and risk everything for the love of a dashing young man, who betrays her. Now she finds herself totally alone, abandoned by her friends and unable to face her future. How does she then begin to rebuild her life, when the very foundations of what she has known are gone? Caught between the devil and the deep blue sea, she must find the strength to go on from within...
The loves of Bathsheba Everdene are brought to life in this story of three rival suitors in rural nineteenth century Wessex. From the steadfast Gabriel Oak to the handsome Sergeant Troy and the lovesick Farmer Boldwood, Bathsheba's journey is one of tragedy and wrong-turnings before she finally finds true love.
The play is based on the international bestseller, available in twenty-five languages and takes us on a whistle-stop tour through the centuries from the big bang to the present day. Discover great works of art, meet colourful historical figures, learn of wars, scientific discoveries and the extraordinary achievements of mankind, and its frailties. From the Stone Age to the atomic bomb, Ilse, Walter and Ernst Gombrich lead you with infectious enthusiasm through the fascinating, entertaining and heart-warming story of the world.
The Federation of Rural Primary Schools in West Berkshire again collaborates with The Watermill in this remarkable project. Featuring over a hundred children from six local village primary schools, this is the performance of a new play, specially written for the children.
A Tommy and Tuppence Thriller. Agatha Christie's gripping thriller follows the daring and dizzying adventures of Tommy & Tuppence through 1920s London. Home from the War, flat-broke and unemployed, our twenty-something heroes embark on a daring business scheme: 'The Young Adventurers Limited'... willing to go anywhere, willing to do anything. But their first assignment plunges them into more danger than they ever imagined and they quickly find themselves sucked into a perilous world of political intrigue, criminal conspiracy, murder and mayhem.
Launching as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations of the author's birth, The Secret Adversary takes to the stage for the very first time in this inventive new adaptation shot through with fast-paced action, comedy, live music and a dash of romance.
The novel depicts the plight of the French peasantry demoralised by the French aristocracy in the years leading up to the revolution. Retaining the thrill and tension of the French Revolutionary setting but merging it with a modern, East London aesthetic, the production reimagines Dickens' dangerous and doomed antihero Sydney Carton as a member of the 27 Club (which includes Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse). The adaptation marries three of the finest artists in their own fields that England has ever known: Dickens the master story-teller, Rattigan the great playwright and Gielgud the mercurial actor. Gielgud intended to play both Sidney Carton and a number of other roles, and this production will realise that ambition - and show off the talents of an incredible team of performers - by having thirty characters played by just eight actors.
A thrilling adventure about two brave and determined girls who have to struggle against ferocious wolves, snowy wastelands and a very evil guardian, Miss Slinghcarp. The story imagines that the opening of the Channel Tunnel has led to dangerous wolves roaming Britain. The girls, together with their friend Simon, the goose boy, meet unforgettable characters and mysterious scheming. This will be funny and spectacular with lush music and innovative staging.