Less than two weeks to go until our production of Coram Boy opens and the cast are off script, trying out costumes and fine-tuning their performances.
This sweeping story is set at the time the Coram Foundling Hospital was opened, in 1741. The plot encompasses slavery, murder, illegitimacy, love and friendship, with Handel’s choral piece Messiah – sung by the cast – forming a key part of the narrative.
Given the dark themes of the story it is recommended for an audience aged 12 and above. Tickets are selling fast and can be bought via our booking system: https://www.trybooking.co.uk/BXRD.Back to all news