James Roose-Evans

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James Roose-Evans


James Roose-Evans (born 11 November 1927) is a British theatre director, scriptwriter, priest and writer on experimental theatre, gesture, ritual and meditation. In 1959 he founded the Hampstead Theatre Club, in London; and in 1974 the Bleddfa Centre for creativity and spirituality, in Powys.

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