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An exciting world premiere of a dramatic new play by Kenton Hall. It   is   1965   and   Winston   Churchill   is   dead.   Not   that   something   as   minor   as   the grave   is   going   to   stop   the   former   Prime   Minister   from   asking   a   few   pointed questions   of   his   friend   and   long-time   physician,   Lord   Moran,   who   is   preparing   to publish   a   potentially   damaging   memoir   of   their   time   together.   A   battle   of   wit and   wills   is   about   to   take   place   between   two   old   friends,   both   with   an   eye   on posterity.   History   as,   they   say,   is   written   by   the   victor...   and   they   just   rang   the bell for round one.   As   the   two   men   explore   their   friendship,   their   roles   in   world-shaping   events   and the    chasm    that    often    separates    the    remembered    man    from    the    real,    life- changing   questions   hang   in   the   balance.   Is   it   really   publish   or   be   damned?   And what is really in the public interest?
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Strictly Theatre Entertainments Ltd. Registered in England and Wales. Co.Reg No. 10702586
An   exciting   world   premiere   of   a   dramatic   new   play   by Kenton Hall. It     is     1965     and     Winston     Churchill     is     dead.     Not     that something    as    minor    as    the    grave    is    going    to    stop    the former     Prime     Minister     from     asking     a     few     pointed questions    of    his    friend    and    long-time    physician,    Lord Moran,   who   is   preparing   to   publish   a   potentially   damaging memoir   of   their   time   together.   A   battle   of   wit   and   wills   is about   to   take   place   between   two   old   friends,   both   with   an eye    on    posterity.    History    as,    they    say,    is    written    by    the victor... and they just rang the bell for round one.   As    the    two    men    explore    their    friendship,    their    roles    in world-shaping   events   and   the   chasm   that   often   separates the     remembered     man     from     the     real,     life-changing questions   hang   in   the   balance.   Is   it   really   publish   or   be damned? And what is really in the public interest?
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