|By Mark Healy - adapted from the novel by John Fowles|
Ever since he first saw her, Frederick Clegg has been obsessed with Miranda Grey. The repressed, introverted butterfly collector admires the beautiful, privileged art student from afar until he wins the Lottery and buys a remote country house, planning to bring her there as his 'guest'.
Originally a novel written by John Fowles in 1963, the story was made into a film starring Terence Stamp and Samantha Eggar. And since then has been adapted for the stage a number of times.
NOT SUITABLE FOR CHIDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE.
A GREEN ROOM PRODUCTION
|Venue: Green Room|
|Online booking available: www.ticketsource.co.uk/plazatheatre|