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As Benjamin Britten and WH Auden – two remarkable 20th century artists meet, audiences are invited to explore themes of friendship, rivalry and heartache as the pair discover the true price of creativity in this beautiful yet comic production.
Written by Alan Bennet, one of Britain’s most celebrated playwrights, The History of Art heads to Cheltenham from Monday 23 March until Saturday 28 March 2020.
This stunning rendition of the acclaimed play stars Olivier Award-winner, Matthew Kelly, _The Crown_’s David Yell and Veronica Roberts.
Please note, this event has been postponed. See Coronavirus event cancellations and venue closures in Gloucestershire for the very latest.
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