Nick Marston, +44 (0)20 7393 4450, Email Nick
Playwright and writer for film and television
★ Whatonstage.com 2012 Award for Best New Play
Richmond Theatre, 2011
Producer Bill Kenwright
Director Alan Strachan
Writer Ben Brown
It’s May 1940 and in Downing Street decisions are being made that will change the course of history. Three Days in May takes us behind the doors of Number 10 during three of the most pivotal days in British history. Newly elected Prime Minister Winston Churchill has urgently assembled a British war cabinet to deal with the rising threat of invasion. This begins an intense game of political chess as opposing political views vie for influence. However the fate of the British people remains in the hands of one man; it is Churchill alone who must decide whether the nation will continue to fight.
An intelligent political thriller that explores a defining turning point in the course of the Second World War and the man at the centre of it all.
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This is serious work, historically gripping, despatched with cigar-sucking aplomb.
The Daily Mail
The play proves both riveting and moving...this is one of those all too rare evenings of theatre that make one feel genuinely proud to be British.
a truly magnificent play...and it was packing them in. Hardly an unsold seat in the house.
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