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A band of travelling players tell the tale of Pippin, first born son of the warlord Charlemagne, who, after a sheltered life of academe, discovers women and war. Longing to live an extraordinary life, Pippin makes a series of choices, but learns ultimately that glory for the individual is usually at the expense of others.Performers Harry Hepple (Pippin), Ian Kelsey (Charlemagne), Matt Rawle (Leading Player), Frances Ruffelle (Fastrada), Carly Bawden (Catherine), Stuart Neal (Theo), David Page (Lewis), Louise Gold (Berthe until Jan12 8), Caroline Quentin (Berthe Jan12 10-22), Gay Soper (Berth Jan 24-29), Josie Lawrence (Berthe Feb 7-12), Louise Gold (Berthe Jan 30-Feb 5/Feb 14-25), Ben Bunce, Bob Harms, Holly James, Anabel Kutay, David McMullan, Kate Tydman, Caroline Quentin (Berthe - for a limited period from Jan12 9, Gay Soper (Jan12 24-29).
Music Stephen Schwartz. Lyrics Stephen Schwartz. Book by Roger O Hirson. Producer Menier Chocolate Factory. Director Mitch Sebastian. Design Timothy Bird. Lighting Ken Billington. Choreographer Mitch Sebastian. Sound Gareth Owen. Music Simon Lee (orchestration/musical supervisor).
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