Overall, however, Windows is a worthy but rather torpid outing for a family who have been ignored professionally for 85 years
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Lively, animated, emotional, real, Knox takes the writings of Sorley and brings them wondrously to live with a zeal that is astounding.
It Is Easy To Be Dead, a play by Neil McPherson, based on the letters, poetry and brief life of Charles Hamilton Sorley transfers to Trafalgar Studios 2 after a critically acclaimed sell-out run at the Finborough Theatre opening on Armistice Day – Friday 11 November 2016. When twenty-year-old Charles Sorley is killed in action […]
Neil McPherson’s play It Is Easy To Be Dead commemorating the centenary of the Battle Of The Somme, will have its World premiere at the Finborough Theatre from 15 June – 9 July 2016. It Is Easy To Be Dead is based on the poetry, letters and brief life of Charles Hamilton Sorley. Born in […]
The Finborough Theatre has announced that it will present Horniman’s Choice in September 2015 bringing together four one act plays from the ‘Manchester School’ of playwrights. “If Lancashire playwrights will send their plays to me I shall pledge myself to read them through. Let them not write as one dramatist does, about Countesses and Duchesses […]