Summer season at Theatre Royal Bath opens with Racing Demons

PUBLISHED: 17:00 22 June 2017

Ian Gelder as Reverend Harry Henderson. Picture: Nobby Clark

Ian Gelder as Reverend Harry Henderson. Picture: Nobby Clark

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Theatre Royal Bath’s summer season has opened with award-winning play Racing Demon.

The play will be at the theatre, in Sawclose, until July 8.

Racing Demons tells the story of four clergymen who seek to make sense of their mission in inner-city London while facing their own personal battles.

The show first opened in 1990 and won four major Best Play awards and has since been a hit all around the world.

This show stars Olivier Award-winner David Haig, who has starred in King Lear and Florence Foster Jenkins and Anthony Calf, who starred as Michael Beauchamp in Holby City.

It also features Ian Gelder, who played Ser Kevan Lannister in Game Of Thrones, and Rebecca Night, who is best known as playing Frances Parnell in TV series Fanny Hill. The show will be at Theatre Royal Bath from now until July 8.

Tickets, priced £15-35.50, and full performance times are available via www.theatreroyal.org.uk or by calling 01225 448844.


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