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The Mystery of Edwin Drood archiveIt is the late nineteenth century. The Music Hall Royale is presenting the premiere performance of its musical comedy drama based VERY loosely on the last novel by Charles Dickens. Unfortunately, as we discover, the book is unfinished. From the point at which Dickens puts down his pen forever, you, the audience take over. You must decide whether a crime has been committed, if so, who did it, and which of the characters will finish the play as lovers. The company must learn all 500 possible endings in order to perform whichever variety of conclusions you vote for. Subtle - and not so subtle - measures will be taken as the players try to ensure they have a stab at being villain (or hero). Ultimately though the choice is yours!

Book by Charles Dickens.

Archive listings for The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Work type: Musical.


Company Concept Players.
6 Mar 14 to 8 Mar 14Borough Theatre, Abergavenny :: V839
listing details L01646637483


Company Alnwick Stage Musical Society.
12 Mar 13 to 16 Mar 13Playhouse, Alnwick :: V1176
listing details L0909218394


Company Tower Theatre Company. Director Ruth Sullivan. Musical Director Ed Bell.
18 Dec 12 to 22 Dec 12Theatro Technis, Inner London :: V248
listing details L01024351967


Presented byKaty Lipson (for Aria Entertainment). Producer Landor Theatre. Music Rupert Holmes. Director Matthew Gould. Director James Cleeve (Musical Director). Costume Jean Gray. Design Natasha Piper. Lighting Maria Kearney. Performer Wendi Peters (Princess Puffer). Performer Natalie Day (Edwin Drood). Performer Victoria Farley (Rose Budd). Performer Daniel Robinson (John Jasper). Performer Loula Geater (Helena Landlass). Performer David Francis (Neville Landlass). Performer Denis Delahunt (Chairman). Performer Richard Stirling (Reverend Crisparkle). Performer Oliver Mawdsley (Horace). Performer Mark Ralston (Bazzard). Performer Paul Hutton (Durdles). Performer Tom Pepper (Deputy). Performer Ben Goffe (Harry Sayle).
18 May 12 to 17 Jun 12Arts Theatre, West End :: V167
listing details L669603735
11 Apr 12 to 5 May 12Landor Theatre, Inner London :: V254
listing details L01104278178


Director Ted Craig. Musical Director Stefan Bednarczyk. Design Cleo Pettit. Lighting Peter Harrison. Costume Jessica Tiller. Performer Kit Benjamin. Performer Nicola Delaney. Performer Susie Emmett. Performer Kate Feldschreiber. Performer Michael George Moore. Performer Katherine O'Shea. Performer Stefan Bednarczyk.
14 Dec 07 to 24 Feb 08Warehouse Theatre, Outer London :: V304
listing details L01153786039


Company Rumpus Theatre Company. Adapted by John Goodrum.
7 Nov 06 to 11 Nov 06Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield :: V425
listing details L042680951
22 Oct 06The Customs House, South Shields :: V575
listing details L0666621825


3 Aug 03 to 23 Aug 03Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171
listing details L1025153089


Company SideShow Theatre Company.
18 Apr 01 to 21 Apr 01Kenneth More Theatre, Outer London :: V313
listing details L1558615203

Other listings

26 Oct 06Swindon Arts Centre, Swindon :: V927
listing details L926087615

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