Put Out The Lights

Put Out The Lights


1538. Ipswich is a place of dark secrets and divided loyalties. A preacher is dragged from his pulpit, arrested for protestant heresy, while Cromwell sends agents to dismantle the Town’s beloved Catholic Shrine and burn the statue of Our Lady. From day to day the world is changing and it’s hard to know what to believe, what to say and above all who to trust…

Following on from the huge success of Fallen In Love, performed at The Tower of London and hailed as ‘A real coup’ by The Telegraph, and Progress Put Out The Lights is must-see for fans of Wolf Hall and The Crown.

Age guidance: 11+

Date and time

At The Avenue Theatre, Ipswich.
8 – 27 MAY
Tues – Sun
Evenings 7:30pm, Sat matinee 3pm, Sun matinee 4pm

Full Price – £22
Over 60s – £17.50
Concession* – £10
*Concession tickets are for full-time students, people in receipt of benefits or pension credits, people with disabilities

Joanna Carrick’s Other History Plays

Fallen In Love

“Fail to answer this summons to the Tower at your peril.
It’s a real coup.” 

The Telegraph | Read more…


“Hairs stand up on your neck… An intimate, layered History-play” 
Libby Purves, TheatreCat | Read more…


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