In Lambeth (Modern Plays) by Jack Shepherd

By Jack Shepherd

Before there's Revolution there needs to be Revelation.

In Lambeth
is decided opposed to a history of the French and American revolutions. Pursued throughout the streets of Lambeth by way of an anti-republican mob, Thomas Paine seeks sanctuary within the backyard of William Blake and his spouse Catherine merely to discover them bare up a tree examining Paradise misplaced and communing with angels.

Originally produced in 1989 and primary released the next yr, this re-creation released to correspond with the revival on the Southwark Playhouse, Lambeth, London in July 2014.

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