Wolf Hall OR Bring Up The Bodies
 

Wolf Hall OR Bring Up The Bodies

Teddington Theatre Club

Hampton Hill Theatre
90 High Street, Hampton Hill
London
TW12 1NY



The year is 1527. King for almost 20 years, Henry has no male heir. While Catherine is determined to remain Queen, Henry obsesses about replacing her with a wife who can give him a son. In a highly dangerous and politically charged court, this could be a golden opportunity for a man with the right talents. Enter Thomas Cromwell...

Mike Poulton's two-part adaptation of Hilary Mantel's acclaimed novels 'Wolf Hall' and 'Bring Up the Bodies' is a thrilling and utterly convincing portrait of a brilliant man embroiled in the lethal, high-stakes politics of the court of King Henry VIII.

Part One Wolf Hall - Cromwell sets out to achieve the King's desire whilst methodically and ruthlessly pursuing his own reforming agenda.

Part Two Bring Up the Bodies - Cromwell must negotiate within an increasingly perilous court to satisfy Henry, keep the nation safe and advance his own ambitions.

Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies are two full length, stand-alone plays being performed separately. To see the full story (recommended), please select a date and time for each play and make 2 separate bookings - one for each performance.

Saturday 22nd June: 2:00 pm Wolf Hall 7:00 pm Bring Up the Bodies

Sunday 23rd June: 2:00 pm Wolf Hall 7:00 pm Bring Up the Bodies

Tuesday 25th June: 7:45 pm Wolf Hall

Wednesday 26th June: 7:45 pm Bring Up the Bodies

Thursday 27th June: 7:45 pm Wolf Hall

Friday 28th June: 7:45 Bring Up the Bodies

Saturday 29th June: 2:00 pm Wolf Hall 7 pm Bring Up the Bodies

LIFT OUT OF ACTION
We regret but the lift is currently OUT OF ACTION and may not be working when this production opens. Please note therefore that anyone with mobility problems is advised to book tickets downstairs and not in the balcony.
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Teddington Theatre Club is one of the leading non-professional theatre companies in the South East of England and is affiliated to the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain. Founded in 1927, it moved to its own premises, Hampton Hill Theatre, in 1998.

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