UKTW - 25 years online
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A Tale of Two Cities archiveSet amid the turmoil of the French revolution this epic play follows the fortunes of a band of dedicated rebels, fighting for the lives, their love and their liberty. The heroic struggle leaves a proud and historic legacy for generations to come. The original book is one of the few that most people know both the start and end of - from "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times .." to "It is a far far better thing that I do .." In celebration of the bicentenary of Charles Dickens, PNPF in association with Ovation present the new musical 'A Tale of Two Cities'. Based on the much loved Dickens story, this classic tale depicts one man's ultimate sacrifice for love.
Performers Jonathan Ansell (Charles Darnay - some dates), Antony Hansen (Charles Darnay - some dates), Michael Howe (Carton), Jennifer Hepburn (Lucie), Jemma Alexander (Mme Defarge), Craig Berry (Defarge), John Fleming (Manette), Miles Eagling (Stryver), David Alder (Lorry), Pippa Winslow (Pross), Tom Murphy (Gabelle), Christopher Gilling (Evreonde), Mark Slowey (Barsad), Neil Canfer (Gaspard), Rebecca wicking (Seamstress), Matt Stevens (Ensemble).
Book by Charles Dickens. Music David Pomeranz. Director Paul Nicholas. Music David Pomeranz. Book by Steven David Horwich. Book by David Soames. Lyrics Steven David Horwich. Music John Cameron (musical arrangements).

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T1813989237. Details of all A Tale of Two Cities archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1421

Archive Listings

5 Apr 12
12 May 12
Charing Cross Theatre
Inner London
Greater London

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