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The greatest celebrity villain of the Victorian age, Charlie Peace's life became legend. He was a master of disguise, an accomplished musician and irresistibly attractive to women. On the run, having murdered his lover's husband, he holed up in the warrens of Nottingham's Narrow Marsh. This modern musical melodrama asks the question: Why, now as then, are we terrified of crime but fascinated by criminals? Please note: contains strong language, scenes of violence and sexual references. Age recommendation 14+Performers Charles De Bromhead (Ensemble 4), Peter Duncan (Charlie Peace), Nicholas Goode (Ensemble 2), Bridie Higson (Katherine/Susan), Alex Mugnaioni (Ensemble 3), Norman Pace (Showman), Philip Rham (Ensemble 1), Mia Soteriou (Hannah/Ma).
Author Michael Eaton. Producer Belgrade Theatre. Producer Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company. Director Giles Croft. Design Berney George. Musical Director Jonathan Girling. Design William Simpson (projection). Sound Adam P McCready.
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