First Performance 20/10/2004
Closing 11/12/2004

Jean Anouilh’s timeless classic captures the conflict between love and duty. As a young man Thomas à Becket was no saint: boozing and womanizing alongside his great friend King Henry II. In an act of friendship, Henry makes Becket Archbishop Of Canterbury, but then watches horrified as his cohort embraces his new role with dangerous zeal…

Dougray Scott returns to the stage for the first time in 4 years to play Becket, while Jasper Britton plays Henry II.

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