Tring School Presents
an Amateur Production of
Adapted by Helen Edmunson
Based on the novel by Jamila Gavin
It is 1751, Alexander Ashbrook wishes to pursue his love of music against his father’s wishes, Mrs Milcote wishes for her daughter to marry well, Meshak wishes for his Angel and mothers of unwanted babies hand them over to Otis Gardnier, the Coram Man, wishing them to be cared for at the Coram Foundling Hospital.
After last year’s successful production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream Tring School is staging this exciting and moving play based on true events. The play weaves music and a vast array of characters through a particularly dark time in our social history.
24th, 25th, 26th & 27th January 2017
Curtain up – 7.30pm
Tickets are available from Tring School –
Tuesday – Thursday : £9, Students/Senior Citizens – £6
Friday – all tickets £10