Experience aroller coaster of emotions when Creed Street Theatre hosts The Rubenstein Kiss, from Wednesday.
The tense and dramatic production comes from Pepper’s Ghost and The Play’s The Thing theatre companies.
The powerful play moves between the 1950s and the 1970s and tells the story of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg who were executed for espionage in 1953 in New York’s Sing Sing prison.
Exploring a family’s anguish and their quest for answers and atonement, the story asks whether the Rosenbergs were victims of the greatest miscarriage of justice of the twentieth century, or traitors who put lives at risk and deserved their fate?
The Rubenstein’s Kiss has been produced and directed by Rosemary Hill, with designer Kevin Jenkins and lighting designer Guy Jones,
Performances run at 7.30pm nightly until Saturday 27th April, with an additional matinee on the Saturday.
Tickets are £12 and £10.
Call the box office on MK 320179.