Fallen in Love – Live play reading


Live play reading of Joanna Carrick’s FALLEN IN LOVE

To mark the anniversary of Anne Boleyn’s execution, in May 2020 we streamed a special live play reading of Joanna Carrick’s critically acclaimed play, FALLEN IN LOVE.


The year is 1536. The woman who changed the world forever by capturing the heart of a king faces trial with her brother for adultery, incest and treason. 


This remarkable play about the rise Anne ands George Boleyn was originally performed in 2011 in a yurt in the grounds of Gippeswyk Hall, before heading in 2013 to a residency at the Tower of London! FALLEN IN LOVE is the first play of Joanna Carrick’s Tudor Trilogy, exploring the 16th century through the eyes of three extraordinary women who shaped it: Anne Boleyn, Suffolk Martyr Alice Driver (PUT OUT THE LIGHTS) and Queen Elizabeth I (PROGRESS).

In the build up to the live event, we released exclusive content from the play, with interviews from the original cast and playwright Joanna Carrick in conversation with broadcaster Libby Purves.



Playing George Boleyn – Interview with Scott Ellis

Joanna Carrick in conversation with Libby Purves

Watch Fallen in Love: Live play reading


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