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One Night in November at The Electric Theatre 15 – 18 November 2017

Would you sacrifice a city to win a war ? A touching love story set against a background of conspiracy. 

It is the Autumn of 1940 and Katie, a young Coventry clerk, waits on the station platform in Henley in Arden, Warwickshire. There she meets Michael, a language don working as a code-breaker at Bletchley Park. As their romance deepens, Michael is secretive about his work. But when he and a colleague work on deciphering a coded enemy message and deduce that Coventry is to be attacked and pounded into rubble, he faces an agonising dilemma.

Should he warn Katie and her family about the impending raid, risking disgrace and prosecution under the official secrets act ?

Underpinning Alan Pollock’s touching love story is a compelling and long held conspiracy theory. Did the Bletchley boffins warn Churchill of the impending raid ? Was the city sacrificed for the greater good to protect the code breakers ? With its dramatic staging this is a gripping and poignant play.

Produced by special arrangement with Josef Weinberger Plays. Age recommendation 12+

Special matinee performance includes an add on cream tea for only £4 !  Tickets: £15.50 Standard / £12.50 Concessions and matinee. 

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Published on: June 29th, 2017

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