Friendship, loyalty, betrayal – and the moral duty of scientists in times of peace and war. These themes are grippingly explored in Michael Frayn's COPENHAGEN, a play that pivots around the historic meeting between two ground-breaking physicists in occupied Denmark in 1941.
This play will be staged at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre (formerly Havant Arts Centre), East Street Havant - Bench Theatre's home since 1977.
|Margrethe Bohr||Sarah Ash|
|Niels Bohr||David Penrose|
|Werner Heisenberg||Steven Foden|
|Stage Manager||Sharman Callam|
|Lighting Design||Andrew Caple|
|Sound Design||Howard Alston|
|Lighting Operation||Ben Tanner|
|Sound Operation||Kerrie Thirlwell|
|Set Design||Jacquie Penrose|
|Set Painting||David Penrose|
|Rehearsal Prompt||Ruth Prior|
|Flyer Design||Dan Finch|
|Programme Editor||Derek Callam|