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A Mad World, My Masters archiveLondon, Soho... 1956. Where glamour rubs up against filth, and likes it; where the posh mix with musicians, whores and racketeers; where 'virginity is no city trade', and where a dashingly impecunious bachelor in need of quick cash and a good time has to live on his wits. Turning con-man to fool his rich uncle, he variously becomes a lord, a high class call girl, and - God forbid - a poor actor. But a beautiful Soho tart is also on the scam: a whore to some, a religious instructor to others, and a debutante in need of an eligible bachelor to yet more...

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Author: Thomas Middleton

Archive listings for A Mad World, My Masters

Work type: Play.

T066453898

Director Kevin Spence.
17 May 18 to 19 May 18Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680
listing details L645770857

T135896609

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Company English Touring Theatre. Director Sean Foley. Other Phil Porter (editor). Other Sean Foley (editor). Other Thomas Middletonn (additional dialogue). Design Alice Power. Lighting James Farncombe. Sound Ben Ringham. Sound Max Ringham. Music Ben Ringham. Music Max Ringham. Choreographer Kate Prince. Director Alison de Burgh (fight). Performer Charlie Archer (Master Whopping Prospect). Performer Joe Bannister (Dick Follywit). Performer Ellie Beaven (Mrs Littledick). Performer Ishia Bennison (Mrs Kidman). Performer Christopher Chilton (Constab le / Caretaker / Aquitaine / Pinchbottom). Performer Ben Deery (Mr Littledick). Performer Dennis Herdman (Penitent Brothel). Performer Linda John Pierre (Jazz Singer). Performer Pearl Mackie (Prostitute / Clothes Swap Girl). Performer Lois Meleri-Jones (Prostitute). Performer Lee Mengo (Oboe). Performer Michael Moreland (Sponger). Performer Nicholas Prasad (Master Muchly Minted). Performer Sarah Quist (Waitress / Prostitute / Moka Owner). Performer Ian Redford (Sir Bounteous Peersucker). Performer Sarah Ridgeway (Truly Kidman). Performer David Rubin (Spunky / Private Detective). Performer Bertie Taylor-Smith (Waiter / Servant / Andrew Fondlewife). Performer Jonny Weldon (Waiter / Servant).
29 Apr 15 to 9 May 15Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L01425854439
21 Apr 15 to 25 Apr 15Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19
listing details L0661235848
14 Apr 15 to 18 Apr 15Darlington Hippodrome (formerly Civic Theatre), Darlington :: V562
listing details L01193230669
7 Apr 15 to 11 Apr 15Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
listing details L475664559
31 Mar 15 to 4 Apr 15Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183
listing details L683854522
24 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
listing details L01508574659
10 Mar 15 to 14 Mar 15Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657
listing details L470557868
3 Mar 15 to 7 Mar 15Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518
listing details L2075989303
26 Feb 15 to 28 Feb 15Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V161
listing details L339479200

T01986445883

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Sean Foley. Other Phil Porter (editor). Other Sean Foley (editor). Other Thomas Middletonn (additional dialogue). Design Alice Power. Lighting James Farncombe. Sound Ben Ringham. Sound Max Ringham. Music Ben Ringham. Music Max Ringham. Choreographer Kate Prince. Director Alison de Burgh (fight). Performer Richard Goulding (Dick Follywit). Performer Joe Bannister (Footman). Performer Ellie Beaven (Mrs Littledick). Performer Ishia Bennison (Mrs Kidman). Performer Ben Deery (Sponger). Performer Richard Durden (Spunky). Performer Gwilym Lloyd (Caretaker / Sir Aquitaine Squodge). Performer Harry McEntire (Oboe). Performer Perry Millward (Waiter / Footman). Performer Ciaran Owens (Master Whooping Prospect). Performer Nicholas Prasad (Master Muchly Minted). Performer Ian Redford (Sir Bounteous Progress). Performer Rose Reynolds (Debutante / Escort). Performer Steffan Rhodri (Mr Littledick). Performer David Rubin (Private Detective / Andrew Skunknodger). Performer Badria Timimi (Waitress / Escort). Performer Dwane Walcott (Constable). Performer Jonny Weldon (Waiter / Footman).
6 Jun 13 to 25 Oct 13Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136
listing details L1023413571

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