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William Blake Play – Burning Bright – May 7th 2012
May 7, 2012£5.00
England 1800 – a dangerous and uncertain time! The armies of the New World in America are fighting for independence against the British Crown, and Napoleon is advancing across Europe. Riots are taking place in London. Fear, mistrust and suspicion lurk in every corner of the land. WILLIAM BLAKE, engraver, illustrator and visionary poet accepts a commission by his patron William Hayley and moves from London to a cottage in Felpham.
However, it is in this small West Sussex coastal town that an unfortunate encounter sees him being charged with High Treason – under the penalty of death!
A rehearsed reading of a new play by John Ashworth, performed by professional actors from Equity.
MONDAY 7th May 2012: 8pm
Pentameters Theatre, The Horseshoe Pub, 28 Heath Street (entrance Oriel Place), Hampstead Tel: 020 7435 3648. All tickets £5 –
**There will be a Q & A session after the performance** The Sahaj & vibrational input into this production is substantial and extensive:
Consultants: Luis & Carol Garrido have carried out considerable research into William Blake. They are officially accredited for the scientific re-discovery of the lost location of William Blake’s grave. They are secretaries of the Blake Society <http://www.blakesociety.org/> and Friends of Blake <http://www.friendsofblake.org/> .
They have written several Sahaj titles on the subject of William Blake.
The Venue In the mid 1980s, Shri Mataji held a Sahaja Yoga puja at that Hampstead Town Hall, the location for play on the 8th of May. Additionally, many Sahaja Yoga public programmes over the years took place at this same venue. The surrounding area itself is very highly charged with vibrations: Within five minutes walking distance there were many Sahaja Yoga events held at the Temple of All Faiths, and nearby also is the Friends Meeting House, location of the regular Thursday Hampstead programme, which Shri Mataji personally graced countless times.
The play is in two acts, with a 20 minute interval between.
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