Those arriving early may want to meet in the Punch Tavern Pub just around the corner at 99 Fleet Street EC4Y 1DE.
Postcode for the theatre is EC4Y 8EQ
If you can't find us on the night you can give me a call on Tel:[masked]
Looking forward to seeing you there. Helen
We thought you might be interested in seeing this production.
Perhaps a group of us could go on Friday 23rd November?
Please email Helen at [masked] if you would like to go on Friday 23rd, otherwise please feel free to make your own arrangements to go any other evening, but don't forget we also have Iain Overton speaking to us on Tuesday 20th November.
Seating doesn't seem to be allocated so please book your own seats and hopefully we can meet at the theatre or a near by pub and sit together.
The production will be staged at the Bridewell Theatre, off Fleet Street, from Tuesday 20th to Saturday 24th November at 7.45p.m. with an additionally Saturday matinée at 3.00 p.m.
Ticket prices are £12 (£11 concessions) when booked in advance
£2 more on the door
They offer a Group booking rate of £10 a head for parties of 10 or more, provided this is arranged in advance.
Full details of the production, location and pricing, together with online booking, can be found on the website: www.towertheatre.org.uk – and bookings may also be made by telephone on[masked] (30p per ticket charge applies).
The production premiered at the Soho Theatre in 2006, and transferred to Broadway in 2008.
“What does religion mean to you? What principles do we want to live our lives by? Which codes will we use to guide our behaviour? Is there a problem with religious belief?
In this time of fundamentalists and fundamentalisms, On Religion is a considered contemplation on the complex issues of faith and religion.
"Whatever one thinks about religious belief either positively or negatively, the fact that it is a massive and massively determining fact of history is undeniable, as is its psychological grip on the majority of the world's population. Given this, there is no avoiding the challenge to confront religion, one way or the other." A C Grayling
Informed by conversations with leading philosophers, theologians and scientists including Professor Richard Dawkins, Rev Dr Giles Fraser, Professor John Gray, Baroness Julia Neuberger, Archbishop Rowan Williams and Tariq Ramadan, this play explores faith and religion through a human, moving and theatrical story.“