Lady Anna sets sail in Bath

PUBLISHED: 18:00 15 June 2016

Lady Anna: All at Sea

Lady Anna: All at Sea


Brand new original play Lady Anna: All At Sea is setting sail in Bath until Saturday, as part of a UK tour.

It was first performed last year in London and was shortlisted for two Off West End awards and is continuing its huge success across the country.

This play is set in 1871 and the story follows novelist Anthony Trollope aboard the steamship Great Britain, with his wife and daughter, where he writes his famous novel Lady Anna.

Anthony divides opinion on the ship and it is not long before drama ensues.

Craig Baxter’s adaptation of this story is truly unique and thought-provoking.

His award-winning plays have been performed all over the world and they have even been translated for performances in Berlin and Madrid.

Lady Anna: All At Sea will be at the Theatre Royal in Bath tonight (Thursday) until Saturday at 8pm, with a 2.30pm matinee performance on Saturday.

Tickets, priced between £17.50-33.50, are available by calling 01225 448844, or can be bought online from

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