1963 - STEPHEN WARD charts the rise and fall from grace of the man at the centre of the Profumo scandal.
Providing curriculum opportunities for students at KS5 and degree level, as well as those reading contemporary history or studying musical theatre. It covers a broad range of themes, including politics, morality, ambition, honesty, power and integrity.
Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Christopher Hampton and Don Black, and directed by Richard Eyre, the musical centres on Ward's involvement with the young and beautiful Christine Keeler and their chance meeting in a West End night club, which led to one of the biggest political scandals and most famous Trials of the 20th century.*
*Adult content - parental guidance required.