Alan Turing - Guilty of Love

Alan Turing – Guilty of Love tells the incredibly moving story of Alan Turing, a World War Two hero who broke the ‘enigma’ codes at Bletchley Park and helped win the war, but who was prosecuted for homosexuality in 1952. He died tragically in 1954 at the age of forty-one by cyanide poisoning and was granted a Royal Pardon in 2013.

Serious and tragic but told with humour and humanity, this new production has stunning lyrics and music by established writing partnership Jane Bramwell and Michael Brand.


Presented by Oxford Music Theatre

Music and lyrics by Jane Bramwell and Michael Brand

Directed by David Kettle

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