The Libertine by Stephen Jeffreys
Manchester School of Theatre (3 yr. Acting)
Performances take place at the Capitol Theatre - Manchester, M15 6BG
The Libertine tells the story of the Earl of Rochester, friend and confidant of Charles II and the most notorious rake of his age. He was an anti-monarchist Royalist, an atheist who converted to Christianity and a lyric poet who reveled in pornography. The play centres on the moment his cynicism is confounded when he falls in love in earnest.
Self-consciously theatrical, bawdy and highly thought provoking, this play contemplates the vibrancy and decadence of the Restoration age.
Booking Information Details
The last performance of this production was on 13 October 2012.
There are no further scheduled performances.