A Christmas Memory
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Truman Capote's beautiful and poignant autobiographical short story from 1956 is being recounted by stars over two separate nights in this fundraiser for LIFT or the London International Festival of Theatre. 'Game of Thrones' legend Charles Dance and Dame Diana Rigg read 'A Christmas Memory' telling of the seven-year-old narrator and his elderly best friend in the 1930s as they get ready for Christmas, on Dec 10. Mark Rylance and Juliet Stevenson read the piece on Dec 11. The event is candlelit and staged in the newly restored King's College Chapel and staged by immersive company Look Left Look Right. The ticket price includes mulled wine and soft drinks.