BY HATTIE NAYLOR
A promenade performance at Salisbury Cathedral
Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 June 2015
“No free man shall be seized or imprisoned… except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land”
To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the creation of Magna Carta, Salisbury Playhouse’s acclaimed Stage ’65 Youth Theatre is performing a specially commissioned play at Salisbury Cathedral.
Clause 39 has been written by Olivier Award-winning playwright Hattie Naylor and takes as its theme one of the most famous parts of Magna Carta – that everyone shall be entitled to trial by jury – and its relevance to young people today.
Atmospheric, unique and unforgettable, there are just four performances of Clause 39 at Salisbury Cathedral. As part of this promenade event audiences will be guided around the Cathedral as the action unfolds.
Saturday 20 June at 7pm & 8.30pm
Sunday 21 June at 7pm & 8.30pm
Running time approx. 1 hour
Tickets: £12 Adults £9 under 16s tickets available from Salisbury Playhouse (01722 320333) or please click on the Book this event link button at the top of the page
(age guidance 10+)
Please note this is a promenade performance with the audience being led around the Cathedral. The route will be suitable for wheelchair users.
Original Drama from Salisbury Playhouse, supported by Frank and Elizabeth Brenan.
A Salisbury Playhouse Stage ’65 Youth Theatre and Salisbury Cathedral Production
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