Fri 2 - Thu 8 June
UK | 2023 | 95’ | TBC | Barnaby Thompson
Noël Coward grew up in poverty, leaving school at nine years old. However, his talents took him to the stage and helped him reinvent himself to become an international star and the highest paid writer in the world by the age of 30. Using his personal film and journal archive and recollections from friends and colleagues and with the vocal talents of Rupert Everett, narrated by Alan Cumming, we find out what was behind the polished façade. A man of contradictions, an exile who defined his country, a rebel who was a patriot, epitomising the glamour of drawing rooms of English society who was born in a small boarding house, gloriously Queer in a straight world.
Daytime (until 5pm): £7 / £5 concessions
Evening (5pm onward): £8 / £6 concessions