Lawrence: After Arabia with Director’s Q&A (12A)Running from
Next event: Sunday 27 September at 7pm
- £13 (Unreserved seating)
- Garret Theatre
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Lawrence: After Arabia has been postponed until Sunday 27 September.
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Directed & Written by: Mark J.T. Griffin
Starring: Brian Cox, Hugh Fraser, Michael Maloney, Nicole Ansari and Tom Barber Duffy
The story of the last years of T.E. Lawrence’s life – Lawrence of Arabia. Retiring to his cottage in Dorset he hopes to escape his past but is pulled into political intrigue. While he has powerful friends, he has made dangerous enemies. As they plot against him he dies in a tragic motorcycle accident. With such enemies was his untimely death an assassination and cover up by the British Secret Service?
The film is the final act in his story following David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia (1962) which starred Peter O’Toole and Lawrence: A Dangerous Man (1996) which starred Ralph Fiennes.
Approx 120 mins
Mild language, Mild violence
|Sunday 27 September||7pm||Garret Theatre||Tickets from £13.00||Book now|
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