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Coram Boy

Closed May 27, 2007

Why See Coram Boy?

A tale of two orphans at the Coram Hospital for Deserted Children: Toby, saved from an African slave ship and Aaron, the abandoned son of the heir to a great estate.

A tale of fathers and sons, set in the dark heart of 18th-century England. An epic adventure filled with danger and excitement. ‘A rich and almost gothic drama unfolds, full of dastardly villains, cold-hearted aristocrats, devoted friends and passionate lovers, and set against a background of cruelty, music and murder.’
Philip Pullman

Previews from : 16th April 2007
Opened : 2nd May 2007
Closed night : 27 May 2007

Audience:  Coram Boy  is recommended for audiences ages 12 and older, adults, and young adults.  Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the Imperial Theater.

Run time:  2 hours 35 minutes with one 15 minute intermission

Show Times

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Matinee - - 2 pm - - 2 pm 2 pm
Evening - 8 pm 8 pm 8 pm 8 pm 8 pm 7 pm

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Opening night: 16 April 2007


Winner of the prestigious 2000 Whitbread 'Young Adult' novel Award

What you thought

2 reviews, average rating: (4.5 Stars)

4.5 star rating

Molly: “Lots of fun, very upbeat and entertaining”

I went to this show with my sisters, my husband, and our teen aged kids... more

Andy Winter: “High Fidelity”

Having seen the film based on the Nick Hornby novel I was looking forward... more

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