Winston and David
3 - 29 August
Underbelly Bristo Square
Winston Churchill and David Lloyd George – Two great men wrestle with love, ambition and friendship – and Britain goes to war in 1914 unnecessarily because of that friendship.
Written by Robert Lloyd George, referencing previously unseen family documents and directed by Fringe regular, Maverick’s Nick Hennegan (Henry V, A Christmas Carol, Hamlet-Horatio’s Tale with Sir Derek Jacobi, Romeo and Juliet, and P.A.L.S.).
Maverick Theatre Company
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Age Category: 12 and above (12+)
Age Category Type: Guideline
Venue Number: 302
Venue Box Office Number: 0131 510 0395
Festival URL: www.underbellyedinburgh.co.uk
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