Paul Jesson and writer/actress Michaela Coel offer a journey in verse from dawn to the night.
07 July 2013
Michaela Coel and Paul Jesson
In our diamond year, we are especially conscious of time moving by and this evening is devoted to poetry reflecting human experiences of day and night.
Opening with John Donne's The Sunne Rising, it continues with the work of a wide variety of poets including Betjeman, Gray, Coleridge, Larkin and WS Gilbert, taking a break at lunchtime in the company of Christopher Reid.
The programme is devised by Paul Jesson who will be joined by actor David Bradley and the poet, actress and playwright Michaela Coel.
Venue: Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Shakespeare Centre, Henley Street, 7.30pm
Tickets:£12.00. Bar available
Book online or tickets on the door (subject to availability). Tickets may also be reserved by calling 01789 201844.
Concessions: 10% discounts for Friends of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. £2.00 off full ticket price for under 18s, students and registered unemployed (proof of eligibility required on the door). Half price student tickets are available on the door prior to the performance.