Nell Gwynn

by Jessica Swale

Directed  by Pam Logan and Tamara Henry

A witty, bawdy and exhilarating play.

London in the 1660s, King Charles II has come to the throne with a love of all things loud, extravagant and sexy. At the theatre in Drury Lane a young Nell Gwynn, one of the first actresses on the English stage, is causing stirrings amongst theatre goers. She catches Charles’ wandering eye.


……. A wonderfully layered celebration of theatre, but most of all an apt homage to a

woman incredibly ahead of her time.

A Community Theatre production by special arrangement with Nick Hern Books and New Zealand Play Bureau Ltd.

 © Marlborough Repertory Society Limited 2019

Proudly created by Lisa Gauden-Ing

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