The Duke - free performances at the Royal Court
Tuesday 16 August 2016
Charity - Free events
Free performances of The Duke with Shôn Dale-Jones are available at the Royal Court from 28 November to 2 December - collections at the end of each show will raise funds for Save the Children's Child Refugee Crisis Appeal.
Image: The Royal Court Theatre
Four free performances of The Duke are on offer at the Royal Court Theatre.
Written and performed by Shôn Dale-Jones, the show plays in the Royal Court's Jerwood Theatre Upstairs for 4 nights from 28 November to 2 December.
This is a brand new live solo show made to raise money for child refugees
There will be a collection at the end of every performance.
And all proceeds go to Save the Children’s Child Refugee Crisis Appeal.
Although the performances are free, booking is required - find the link to the Royal Court's booking system below.
Shôn Dale-Jones is Artistic Director of Hoipolloi, who combine original storytelling with an inventive spirit. He is also the award-winning writer/performer behind his comic creation, Hugh Hughes.
The show is produced by Hoipolloi, PBJ Management and Theatre Royal Plymouth in association with Save the Children.
The Duke playfully mixes fantasy and reality, taking audiences on an imaginative and touching journey which gently challenges us to consider our priorities in a world full of crisis.
Royal Court Theatre
London SW1W 8AS
28, 29, 30 November at 6-00pm
2 December at 6-00pm
Running time: approx 1 hour
Free - but booking is required.