New Cellars, Pembroke College
Paris in the late 1800s: the place for artists and romantics. Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine, two of the greatest French poets, embark upon a near fatal affair that sparks questions about love, poetry and the importance of present experience.
From Academy Award winning playwright, Christopher Hampton, this historical play takes a close and very human look at the two world-famous poets, exploring the power of art and the nature of creativity, questioning how much of oneself one should give – both to one’s craft and to the person one loves.
The venue is fully wheelchair accessible.
Assistance dogs are welcome to this event.
There are arrangements for people hard of hearing.