Did you know that Miles Jupp is visiting The Brewhouse at the start of next month?
He plays David Tomlinson in a biopic about the quintessential English gent himself.
Miles wrote a piece for The Guardian exploring and explaining the background behind this piece of original theatre that you can read part of below:
“[…]He then realised two things. Firstly, that David Tomlinson – in a rather quiet, unassuming and very English way – had a fascinating life story that he’d always kept rather quiet about. A story that involved moral, if not actual bigamy (Tomlinson’s own father kept twin households in London and Folkestone), moments of family tragedy involving the suicide of Tomlinson’s first wife, and a great struggle to build the right life for his third son, William, one of the first children in this country to be diagnosed with autism. All this to a backdrop of mid-20th century showbusiness, from the repertory circuit of British theatre to working alongside Walt Disney in California.”
To see Miles Jupp in action and to book tickets for this performance take a look at our Event Page
To read the full article, head over to The Guardian