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Anna Chancellor and Nicholas Farrell lead the casts in a double bill of The Browning Version, Terence Rattigan's one act masterpiece, and Sir David Hare's companion piece, South Downs at the Harold Pinter Theatre. The plays, which enjoyed a sold out run as part of the Chichester Festival 2011, wowed the critics once again following a transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre, tell two moving stories that examine life in boarding public schools.
On Tuesday 26 June, there will be a post-show debate on stage at the theatre. The topic will be the changing face of education and the panel will include Sir David Hare, author of South Downs; Toby Young, writer, journalist and co-founder of the West London Free School and Melissa Benn, journalist, novelist and campaigner, and author of School Wars: the Battle for Britain's Education. The event will be hosted by the Guardian's education editor Jeevan Vasagar.
Members of Guardian Extra can buy best available seats (subject to availability), an interval drink and a ticket for the debate for £49.50. The conversation will get underway at 10.15pm approximately, after the curtain goes down. The event is due to finish at 11pm.
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