Celebrated English Playwright Howard Brenton is to give this year's Lambeth Tyndale Lecture on December 16th.
Prize-winning author of The Globe Theatre's much-praised summer premiere 'Anne Boleyn' - Brenton will be discussing the inspirations and background to his new production, and how he came to write a major character - William Tyndale.
The historic setting of this lecture in the 14th Century Guard Room at Lambeth Palace - London residence of Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, is sure to make this a truly memorable event.
Daily Telegraph Review: 'Takes the tame conventions of historical drama and hurls them in the privy... Argues for Anne’s story to be read not as textbook tragedy but as something far more uplifting...
Note: As is usual for our Lambeth Lectures, for security purposes all lecture attendees must pre-register by name prior to the event.
Entry is by production of ticket only.
To register - Download our Booking Form or email us by latest 5pm Tuesday 14th December.