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Cost £8.00 / £5.00 (conc)
Tel01702 328335
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To the great lords of her time, as well as the politicians of the Church, expediency was God. So the Maid had to die. Her life has the somewhat artificial quality of a play. Short scenes are played out during the trial as they struggle to turn her simplicity into heresy. But it is the glory of her life rather than the tragedy that is the triumphant climax of the play.

A captivating, truly modern reimagining of the life and trial of Joan of Arc as depicted in Anouilh's 1952 French classic. Not suitable for audiences under 12 yrs old.

Written by Jean Anouilh
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Chris Rolls

Thurs 2nd - Sat 4th February
7:30pm (2:30pm Sat matinee)
£8.00 / £5.00 concession
01702 328335 / clifftown@essex.ac.uk / www.clifftowntheatre.co.uk

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