Philby, Burgess and Maclean
In one of the biggest coups in the history of espionage, the KGB managed to place several agents in top-ranking positions within the British Security Services. Recruited whilst at Cambridge University in the 1930s, Kim Philby, Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean succeeded in leaking a large amount of highly-classified information to the Russians before being discovered in the 1950s in a scandal which rocked the British establishment to its core.
Written by Ian Curteis (The Falklands Play) and directed by Gordon Flemyng (One Summer), this double BAFTA-nominated play
features Anthony Bate (Beasts), Derek Jacobi (I, Claudius) and Michael Culver (Cadfael) as the trio of Cambridge Spies that did such damage to the SIS both before and during the Cold War.