The Life I Lead

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The Life I Lead sees Miles Jupp, one of Britain’s leading stand-up comedians and revered actors (Mock the Week,The News Quiz, Rev, The Durrells), bring David Tomlinson’s remarkable story to life.

Best remembered for playing Mr Banks in Disney's classic film Mary Poppins, David Tomlinson was renowned for playing the classic English gent: forthright, proper, and a loveable fool. His meeting with Walt Disney came to encapsulate his incredible life full of adventure and heartbreak.

The man who portrayed one of cinema’s most famous patriarchs was designed by his relationship with his own father - a remote eccentric, who was hiding an extraordinary tragicomic secret.

A richly comic and moving tale of fathers and sons across the generations, The Life I Lead fills in the blanks behind a very well-known face.

Duration: 1 hour 45mins with interval

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Starring Miles Jupp

Age guideline: 12+

A new comedy by James Kettle

Directed by Didi Hopkins and Selina Cadell 

Full Circle and Enjoy get 25% off a pair of tickets for opening night.

undefined tickets available for Wed 6 Mar.

 

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