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CTC presents: 'Mrs Dalloway'

13th March 2020, 19:00 to 19:00, Repeated daily until 14th March 2020, Bishops Dining Room in University College

It’s June. It’s June and the war is over. It’s June, the war is over and Clarissa Dalloway is holding a party. Over the course of a single day, this woman of high society encounters her own troubled past when Peter Walsh, an old flame of thirty years ago, walks back into her life. At the same time, a man she has never met still cannot escape his memories of the war, despite being diagnosed as ‘absolutely fine’. ‘Mrs Dalloway’ is Virginia Woolf’s classic story of memory, modernity and the moments that connect us.

Castle Theatre Company is proud to present their second of two plays this Epiphany term, Virginia Woolf's 'Mrs Dalloway', adapted for the stage by Imogen Usherwood. There will be three performances: a matinee at 2:30pm and an evening performance at 7pm on 13th March, and an evening performance at 7pm on 14th March.

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