Fallen in Love: The Secret Heart of Anne Boleyn – At the Tower of London

Mar21,2013 #Anne Boleyn play

Many of you will remember that I mentioned the play “Fallen in Love: The Secret Heart of Anne Boleyn”, written and directed by Joanna Carrick, last year, when it was being performed at Gippeswyk Hall in Suffolk. Well, if you missed out on the play last year then you have another chance to see it and you can even see it performed at the Tower of London!

The box office opens today so make sure you get your ticket!

Performance Dates:

Tower of London

May 17-19, 25-26, 31

June 1, 8-9, 13-16

Gyppeswyk Hall, Suffolk

May 7-11, 14-15, 22-23, 28-29

June 4-6

Book your tickets at www.redrosechain.com or on 0844 800 3371

The Play

Anne Boleyn: No secret lasts forever…

It’s 1536. The woman who changed the world forever by capturing the heart of a king faces trial with her brother for adultery, incest and treason.

See Carrick’s extraordinary new play starring Emma Connell and Scott Ellis inside the awesome setting of the Tower of London. Performances take place in the Banqueting Suite in the New Armouries as the sun sets on the site of Anne’s trial, execution and final resting place.

Praise for the play

“Accomplished writing, astute direction and exemplary history… A practically flawless piece of theatre.” Suzannah Lipscomb

“Carrick succeeds in drawing a great contemplative sweep of emotions.” Ben Sharratt, The Stage

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6 thoughts on “Fallen in Love: The Secret Heart of Anne Boleyn – At the Tower of London”
  1. Well, I’ve got tickets for the 19th May. The leading actors certainly look the part. Please please let them do justice to Anne and George!!! I’m sure they will.

    1. You lucky, lucky lady, Louise. And on that memorable day too! I really hope you enjoy it, you will have to let us all know what it was like
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      I saw the other ‘Anne Boleyn’ play last year in Edinburgh, that had an unusual portrayal to it, very humourous in parts, not one for those that like straight facts maybe, but I enjoyed it though.

      Fingers crossed this may venture up to Scotland one day.

  2. I saw the play a year ago in Ipswich, and it was so good we’re going again! Booked tickets for 9pm at the tower so hopefully it’ll seem even more dramatic, with the buildings lit up after dark. It moved me to tears last time and I’m sure it will again!

  3. I’ll be going to the 6.30pm performance on the 17th. I shall pay my respects to George and the others on Tower Hill first.

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