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Nicholas Nickleby (Part One) archiveOn his travels through England, Nicholas encounters a gallery of weird and wonderful characters - from the monstrous Wackford Squeers, to the eccentric Crummles and his travelling players. Scenes of comedy and burlesque alternate with scenes of high drama.

Book by Charles Dickens. Adapted by David Edgar.

Archive listings for Nicholas Nickleby (Part One)

Work type: Play.

T463764935

Producer Bristol Old Vic. Director Geoffrey Brumlik. Director Jenny Stephens. Performer Alan Bates. Performer Moronke Akinola. Performer Kel Matsena.
14 Jun 19 to 22 Jun 19Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L506652318

T132167052

Running time approx. 2 hours 38 minutes plus 1 intervalProducer Duncan C Weldon. Producer Paul Eliott (for Triumph Entertainment). Producer Festival Theatre Chichester. Director Jonathan Church. Director Philip Franks. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Music Stephen Oliver. Music Matthew Scott (orchestrations and additional music). Director Sona Morris (movement). Sound Matt Mackenzie. Musical Director Paul Frankish. Performer Daniel Weyman (Nicholas). Performer David Dawson (Smike). Performer Pip Donaghy (Mr Squeers/Sir Mulberry Hawk). Performer Veronica Roberts (Mrs Squeers/Mrs Crummles). Performer Zoe Waites (Fanny Squeers). Performer Hannah Yelland (Kate Nickleby). Performer Abigail McKern (Mrs Nickleby). Performer Jonathan Coy (Vincent Crummles/Arthur Gride). Performer David Yelland (Ralph Nickleby). Performer Richard Bremmer (Newman Noggs).
5 Dec 07 to 27 Jan 08Gielgud Theatre, West End :: V395
listing details L1668373484
23 Oct 07 to 27 Oct 07Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145
listing details L294547597
15 Oct 07 to 20 Oct 07Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
listing details L032003177
9 Oct 07 to 13 Oct 07Festival Theatre, Edinburgh :: V600
listing details L01872996969

T0971672073

Performed by a company of 27 actors, David Edgar’s new version of Nicholas Nickleby is presented across two performances, combining to create an experience of rare scope and genuine scale. There are opportunities to experience this exhilarating spectacle, afternoon and evening, all in one day.The ebullient narrative follows Nicholas, left penniless on the death of his father, as he escapes the influence of his villainous Uncle Ralph and the tyrannical schoolmaster Wackford Squeers and embarks on a thrilling journey through 1830s’ England. Dickens’ genius for creating eccentric, exuberant and captivating characters is brought vividly to life in this action-packed epic as theatrical spectacle and genuine big-heartedness flawlessly combine.Corporate Sponsor Oldham Seals. Producer Festival Theatre Chichester. Director Jonathan Church. Director Philip Franks. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Music Stephen Oliver. Music Matthew Scott (orchestrations and additional music). Performer Daniel Weyman.
10 Sep 07 to 22 Sep 07Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719
listing details L384535950

T1124707834

Company Selah Youth Theatre Company.
13 Sep 05 to 17 Sep 05Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878
listing details L1413919357

T0160610151

Company National Youth Theatre. Adapted by David Edgar. Music Geoffrey Burgon.
10 Apr 02 to 13 Apr 02The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L0444816904

T099470657

[David Edgar]'s famous verstin of Nicholas Nickleby is brought to the stage by a cast of 70! First Year Drama students have been rehearsing the production for five months and have worked with the author, David Edgar, to create a truly epic theatrical experience,
11 Apr 00 to 13 Apr 00Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
listing details L01832930040

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