Princess Diana Recalled at U.K.'s Greenwich Theatre | Playbill

News Princess Diana Recalled at U.K.'s Greenwich Theatre

With the late Diana, Princess of Wales back in the news again, David Benson's Mourning Glory, which looks at her untimely end and the explosion of emotion that it released, is particularly topical.

In 1998, exactly one year after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, David Benson's show was the first to examine in detail the events of August 31, 1997, and the funeral that followed. A smash in Edinburgh, the show was equally successful at the Sydney Opera House. Now Benson brings a specially updated version of the show to Greenwich Theatre, turning his sensitive but sardonic attention to one of the defining events of the last Century.

Take a front pew at Westminster Abbey and see Cartland, Branson, Kissinger, Barrymore, Cliff, Elton, The Two Toms (Hanks and Cruise), Dickie Attenborough, Tony, George Michael, Mrs Windsor and the entire Royal Family and many, many more!

It plays for just three nights at Greenwich, from Nov. 12 to Nov. 14.

—By Theatrenow

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