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Special charity performance by Index on Censorship of Sir Tom Stoppard’s new play Voyage
Index on Censorship presents a special charity performance of Sir Tom Stoppard’s new play Voyage at 7.15 pm on Monday 1st July at the Royal National Theatre. , and the Index seats are the best in the house. This is a rare opportunity to buy tickets that are not on sale to the general public.
There will also be a champagne reception with Sir Tom and the stars of ‘Voyage’ after the performance, at which Sir Tom has agreed to speak exclusively to Index’s guests about the play.
‘Voyage’ is about the doomed quest for a utopian society and features an all-star cast including Douglas Henshall and Stephen Dillane, and is directed by Trevor Nunn. ‘Voyage’ highlights brilliantly the discrepancy between the characters’ messy personal lives and their idealistic pronouncements, and this being Stoppard, there are plenty of jokes, verbal misunderstandings and humorous exchanges.
Tickets are available for a minimum donation of £40 each; however, Index is offering a special price of £35 per ticket for seats booked before 24th. June. Tickets for the play and the champagne reception, are available for a minimum donation of £75 each. Availability is strictly limited. All proceeds from the event will go towards Index on Censorship’s charitable work promoting freedom of expression around the globe.
To book tickets please contact Aron or Ruairi at Index on Censorship on 020 7278 2313 or email email@example.com