Titanic: The Last Hero and The Last Coward

Titanic: The Last Hero and The Last CowardJohn Harper and Joseph Ismay. Passengers on the Titanic. A church minister and an executive of the White Star Line. One a hero, one a coward. Both have a story to tell.That ill-fated crossing generated many tales of heroism and in amongst them, one or two more questionable endeavours. First-class and third-class passengers seldom came eye to eye, but as the ship slowly sunk and the panic for a lifeboat space began, these two men were cast together in a devastating drama.

Run Time: 1hr followed by a Q&A

"A heartfelt and moving tribute to the heroism of the common man, and that the heart of even the richest men can be opened and brought into the light"★★★★
- British Theatre Guide

"I can hardly pay the author a higher compliment. My penultimate show at Fringe 2023 was an unexpected gem"★★★★
- Plays International

PLEASE NOTE THAT, OUT OF CONSIDERATION FOR THOSE WHO SHARE OUR SPACE ON A REGULAR BASIS, THE ROYAL LYCEUM IS AN ALCOHOL
FREE THEATRE AND WE ASK THAT PATRONS RESPECT THIS DECISION.

We are proud to partner with our Abbey Road neighbours for this production. Small World Restaurant & Tapas Bar, Meat 59 & Ning's Thai will be offering a 10% discount on Pre Theatre meals on the night of your booking. Please book in advance and advise of the discount and present your ticket or evidence of your booking on arrival. Enjoy!

Limited street parking is available but nearest car pars are located - Lower Union Lane TQ2 5PN (Abbey Road Entrance) Levels 1 to 5a (8am to midnight) & Fleet Walk Shopping Centre TQ2 5EA.

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