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Maggie May archiveA hard-hitting celebration of working class life in Liverpool's docks in the 1960s, Maggie May is the story of the doomed love affair between 'street walker' Maggie May Duffy and sailor Patrick Casey, the son of a union-martyr, initially reluctant but finally proud to assume his father's mantle. Around them is a gallery of strongly-drawn characters: Willie Morgan, the corrupt demagogic union leader, Juddah, the ?fixer' and traitor, and Old Dooley, obsessed with past union struggles, all caught up in a allegoric musical drama with a devastating tragic climax.


Music: Lionel Bart
Lyrics: Lionel Bart
Book by: Alun Owen

Archive listings for Maggie May

Work type: Musical.


The first London production for over 50 years. A celebration of working class life in 1960s Liverpool, full of classic Lionel Bart musical numbers.Producer Finborough Theatre. Director Matthew Iliffe. Design Verity Johnson. Costume Verity Johnson. Choreographer Sam Spencer-Lane. Musical Director Henry Brenna. Lighting Jonathan Simpson. Sound Philip Matejtschuk. Director Sophie Drake (assistant). Director Debbie O'Brien (casting director). Performer Kara Lily Hayworth (Maggie May). Performer James Darch (Patrick Casey). Performer Natalie Williams (Maureen O'Neill). Performer Mark Pearce. Performer Leon Kay. Performer Michael Nelson. Performer Barnaby Taylor. Performer Aaron Kavanagh. Performer Chloe Carrington. Performer Euan Bennet. Performer Cathy McManamon. Performer Joshua Barton. Performer David Keller.
27 Mar 19 to 20 Apr 19Finborough, Inner London :: V199
listing details L166153610


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