In his new play Divine Vision: William Blake in Felpham, James Martin Charlton presents a dramatic recreation of the events of Blake's life between 1800 and 1803:
Divine Vision is the first stage play to explore William Blake’s only period of living outside London, and the events leading to his writing the poem which we now know as the iconic hymn “Jerusalem”.
James Martin Charlton is a writer/director for stage & screen living in East London. He is also an academic, currently based at Middlesex University. He has written more than 20 plays for the stage, many of which have been produced or workshopped by professional theatre companies in the UK. He has directed and produced a number of plays by other contemporary playwrights and has written short film scripts - four of which have been produced - and developed a number of feature film screenplays.
Divine Vision is available at the TSL Publications web site.