Though very dissimilar, the poets Robert Bridges and Gerard Manley Hopkins were friends for over a quarter of a century. One became Poet Laureate while the other died in obscurity. Yet, in the years that followed, things were to change in ways neither man would ever expect.
Wayne Adrian Drew’s poignant new 3 person play examines their relationship and differing attitudes towards poetry, faith – then finally, to love itself.
A London showcase production is provisionally cast for the autumn of 2022. For further information, or production request for productions in Wales, please contact Us Two productions on: email@example.com
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