Why See The Winslow Boy?
Lindsay Posner directs Terence Rattigan’s compelling play, The Winslow Boy, based on a true story of a father’s fight to clear his son’s name when he is expelled after being convicted of theft.
First staged in 1946, the battle between personal principles and conscience plus an impenetrable establishment under the media spotlight makes The Winslow Boy as relevant today as it was then.
Previews from: 8 March 2013
Opening night: 19 March 2013
The Winslow Boy is suitable for audiences aged 12 and upwards
Two hours and 20 minutes with one interval
Cast and Creative
CreativeDirected by Lindsay Posner
Written by Terence Rattigan
Design by Peter McKintosh
Lighting by Tim Mitchell
Music by Michael Bruce
Sound by Fergus O'Hare
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