THE KING’S SPEECH

14 - 21 May 2022

THE KING’S SPEECH

David Seidler

IN 1925, THE DUKE OF YORK is a stammerer and fears public speaking. His wife, Elizabeth, seeks the treatment of speech therapist, Lionel Logue, but Bertie soon gives up. In the years that follow the Duke of York is forced to assume the throne as King George VI, due to the abdication of his older brother. Immediately afterward Britain declares war and the new ruler needs to make a speech to the country. Accepting his help, at last, Lionel helps the king using his unorthordox techniques…

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