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The Grapes of Wrath Special Offer

17 — 21 November 2009

Steinbeck’s classic, The Grapes of Wrath brought to life at the Hall for Cornwall

Tickets just £9.39 plus a 90p Theatre Fund payment Drama fans are in for a treat this November when Steinbeck’s classic, The Grapes of Wrath is brought to life on the Hall for Cornwall stage. Presented by English Touring Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre, both known as powerhouses for great work, this high-quality production has a stellar cast of 20 led by favourites Christopher Timothy, Sorcha Cusack and Oliver Cotton. The play tells the moving story of the Joad family as they leave their farm in Oklahoma after it is repossessed during the Great Depression and embark on a journey to the promised land, California! At the time of publication in 1939, Steinbeck’s novel was a phenomenon on the scale of a national event. It was publicly banned and burned by citizens, it was debated on national radio but, above all, it was read. Join the Joads as they experience great loss and sadness, yet show humour and above all human compassion in the face of adversity as they chase the impossible dream. Evening performances begin at 7.30pm, with matinees on Thursday and Saturday at 2.30pm. Tickets are from £10.50 to £19, with concessions and a 90p Theatre Fund payment added to each ticket sold. Call the Box Office on 01872 262466 or Book Online at www.hallforcornwall.co.uk To commemorate the 1939 publication of Grapes of Wrath, King Harry members are being given the chance to purchase tickets at a reduced, special offer price. The first 100 people to book seats through this offer will pay just £9.39*, plus a 90p Theatre Fund payment. An incredible saving of up to £9.61 on top price tickets! To redeem this offer quote ‘Steinbeck 1939’ when booking. *Subject to availability.