written and directed by
Misha Williams

13 ApriI - 1 May

Bridewell Theatre


In 1925 Colonel Fawcett and his son went missing in the rainforests of Brazil. The mystery of their disappearance and of their intended destination, the lost city of Z, became a worldwide phenomenon. Over one hundred men have lost their lives searching for the truth.
Fifty years on, Brian, the Colonel's remaining son, must protect his family's story from journalists, hungry to give it the Hollywood treatment. Yet Brian is concealing a more astonishing truth - one of arcane rituals, family heartbreak and mystical callings. He alone knows what really happened in the jungles of Amazonia.

Award-winning writer and director, Misha Williams has been given unprecedented access to the secret archives of the Fawcett family. His play, drawn from previously unseen diaries, letters and papers, provides a startling resolution to the greatest exploration mystery of the twentieth century.
13 ApriI - 1 May
Tues - Sun 7.30pm, Sun Matinee 3.30pm
Tickets: £14.50 (11.00 conc)
Previews 13 and 14 April (all tickets £7.50)
Pay What You Can:
50 Tickets on sale at 6.OOpm for 7.30pm
performances on Sundays - only available in
person on the day at the Bridewell Box Office.
A limited number of reserved seats are available for
an extra £2.00 per ticket.

Bookings 020 7936 3456

Bride Lane (Off Fleet St), London EC4Y 8EQ
Tube: Blackfriars (District, Circle), St Paul's (Central)
Bus: Fleet Street (4, 11, 15, 23, 26, 76. 172) New Bridge
Street (45, 63, 100) Rail: City Thameslink , Blackfriars
Parking: Located around Fleet Street after 6:30pm


Cast List  
Ruth Maureen Flynn
Jess Cate Fowler
‘M’ Catherine Gill
Albert de Winton Phillip Law
Raleigh Trevor Jones
Fawcett Roy Sampson
Brian Colin Starkey
Nina April Walker
Jack Matthew Woolcott
Producer Caroline Sealby
Writer/Director Misha Williams
Designer Dana Pinto
Lighting Designer Flick Ansell
Sound Designer
Steve Everitt
Press Representation KWPR e-mail: mark@kwpr.co.uk
Poster/Flyer Designer Stephen Crocker
Website Designer Richard Harrison juiceat

Latest Reviews!

Theatreworld Internet Magazine

"Beautifully acted with heaps of charisma and thoroughly gripping with a constantly twisting story, this is fabulous entertainment"

Sunday Telegraph

"I rather enjoyed the resulting brew, and the zest with which it is acted, but it is only for connoisseurs of the seriously weird."

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