Bonnie Greer’s – The Hotel Cerise – Opens at Theatre Royal Stratford East – 20th October – 12th November 2016

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Inspired from Chekov’s The Cherry Orchard, Bonnie Greer OBE has set her new play in Michigan, USA in the current day – 2016 and stars many accomplished actors that we know and love including Ellen Thomas (pictured above) who currently plays the fiesty Claudette in the BBC Soap, Eastenders.

 

As America’s first black president ends his eight years in office – Anita Mountjoy risks losing her family’s beloved hotel and cherry orchard, where Martin Luther King rested and Miles Davis played.  Are the family keepers of this proud history, or simply trapped by its ghosts?  Can ‘the audacity of hope’ survive?

Bonnie Greer’s new play is set in and around the Hotel Cerise – a famous retreat for middle class black people during the time of segregation. It’s a landmark and symbol – a place where Black America once felt welcome and safe…

Book your ticket now via Telephone or Online

Box Office: 020 8534 0310              www.stratfordeast.com

Age guidance 13+

Ticket prices

Previews £12, £15

Tue – Sat £8 – 25

Concessions from £6

Post show talks

Bonnie Greer and the cast will discuss the play and answer questions on stage after two performances of The Hotel Cerise. These discussions are after the performances listed below, and are free to those with a ticket for these specific performances.

Thursday 27 October 7.30pm

Thursday 3 November 2.30pm

Access Performances: Signed, Audio-description & Captioned performances available

Performance Dates/Times

20th  October – 12th November – Mon – Sat – 7.30pm

Matinee Performances – Thurs & Sats – 2.30pm

 

Keep up to date online;

Facebook: theatreroyalstratfordeast   

Twitter: @stratfordeast #HotelCerise

 

Can’t wait to see this show – Review will be uploaded once I have!

Enjoy!

Chanel 🙂

Chanel Williams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One thought on “Bonnie Greer’s – The Hotel Cerise – Opens at Theatre Royal Stratford East – 20th October – 12th November 2016

  • 01/02/2017 at 1:44 am
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    This was such a good play, hope it returns.

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