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To Kill a Mocking Bird at the Tricycle Theatre

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Event : To Kill a Mocking Bird at the Tricycle Theatre
Start : 07 May, 2008 20:00
End : 10 May, 2008 23:00
Description :

1930’s America and in a small town in the Deep South, lawyer Atticus Finch defends Tom Robinson, a man accused of rape. Atticus shows himself a man of integrity and risks his own and his family’s safety to do the right thing in the face of racism. His children, especially daughter Scout, make a journey of discovery about their father, their neighbours and the community they live in.

This is the fourth of the Tricycle’s much-acclaimed productions cast entirely from the legal profession. Please log onto http://www.tricycle.co.uk/htmlnew/whatson/show.php3?id=132 for further details.

Weds 7th May, Fri 9th & Sat 10th May 8pm - All tickets £60 (£10 plus suggested donation of £50)

Saturday 10th May matinee - All tickets £25

Thurs 8th May 8pm – all tickets £75 (£10 plus suggested donation of £65). Gift Aid applies.

All 8pm tickets include interval wine and Indian buffet supper after the performance.

All proceeds from these performances will go towards the Tricycle new writing and education programmes, apart from Thursday evening when the money is split between the Tricycle and the Corinne Burton Memorial Trust.

 

Pinsent Masons Totally Management Ltd
Judicial Appointments Commission Wragge and Co
Baker & McKenzie LLP Withers Judicial appointments