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Our Mutual Friend archiveOur Mutual Friend was Dickens' last completed novel: a concoction of mistaken identity, lust and murderous intent, with the love of money at the root of all evil designs.

Book by Charles Dickens.

Archive listings for Our Mutual Friend

Work type: Play.

T1646361601

Adapted by Tilly Vosburgh. Director Tilly Vosburgh. Design Stewart J Charlesworth.
17 Dec 18 to 19 Dec 18Tower Theatre, Inner London :: V249
listing details L0340726784

T0587444033

World Premiere. "In these times of ours, though concerning the exact year there is no need to be precise, a boat of dirty and disreputable appearance, with two ?gures in it ?oated on the [let's say, Humber] ?as an autumn evening was closing in." - So begins Charles Dickens' Our Mutual Friend, which he wrote in 1865. Suppose you were all young, poor, barely scraping a living, some of you homeless... Suppose one of you, a mutual friend, has just been pulled, drowned, from your local river... Suppose you wanted to let the world know what killed them... And then suppose that one of you was, at that time, reading this Charles Dickens novel about friendship, kindness, cruelty, money, lack of money, business and piles of seemingly useless dust, which somehow seems to be all about your mutual friend. Suppose you just got up and told us the whole story... The city is Hull. The river is the Humber. The time? Can you actually tell whether it is 1865 or 2017?Producer Hull Truck Youth Theatre. Producer Hull 2017. Adapted by Bryony Lavery (from the novel by Charles Dickens). Director Tom Bellerby.
16 Aug 17 to 19 Aug 17Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L0768206730

Charles Dickens Fortnight - T02027574733

Company Myriad Productions.
3 Oct 12 to 14 Oct 12Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169
listing details L2047743034

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