Doors open at 6.45pm for a prompt start at 7.30pm
Christ Church Chorleywood, The Common, Chorleywood, WD3 5SG
- Refreshments are available in the foyer of The Junction after the event.
- Please be aware that this event is being filmed for future TV broadcasting.
J.John interviews Justin Butcher at an exclusive evening for the TV series Facing the Canon. The event will be hosted by Philo Trust at Christ Church Chorleywood on Wednesday 28th November 2018 at 7.30pm. Please be aware that this event is being filmed for future TV broadcasting.
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Justin Butcher is a writer, director, producer, actor and musician. His best known works include the award-winning solo play Scaramouche Jones, starring Pete Postlethwaite and directed by Rupert Goold, the hit anti-war satire The Madness Of George Dubya and its sequels, A Weapons Inspector Calls and Guantanamo Baywatch and the controversially-acclaimed Go To Gaza, Drink The Sea, as well as five plays for BBC Radio 4. He is also founder and director of the acclaimed London choir Vox Holloway and works extensively as a conductor, MD, organist, pianist and singer. Alongside his work in the arts, he works regularly as creative consultant, speaker, trainer, comedy writer and event producer in the corporate, government and charitable sectors.
Tickets are priced at £5. To book tickets, please click here, or if you do not have access to the internet call our office on 01923 287777.
From the M25, Junction 18, take the A404 exit for Chorleywood / Amersham. Follow the road over the traffic lights at the crossroads. The church is on the left, opposite The Gate Pub. There is a large free car park adjacent to Christ Church.
Take the Metropolitan Line or Chiltern Line to Chorleywood. Take the exit on the Southbound side, Christ Church is approximately a mile away up the hill and across the common.
There is full disabled access to this venue. Please let us know before the event if you require any special assistance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.