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A celebration of life and art. It is A Sunday Afternoon in Paris, George, a poor impressionist painter brilliantly captures, the young ladies, couples, children, tramps and their dogs enjoying a Sunday afternoon stroll in the park. As George sketches his lover Dot and the painting becomes a work of art, their relationship falls apart. A 100 years later the painting hangs in an art gallery, admired and discussed, studied and criticised, but what happened to the characters in the picture when it was completed? Immortalised forever in a single moment by the painters brush, but life and art goes on.Performers David Willetts, Josefina Gabrielle, Meg Johnson, Geoffrey Abbott, Stephen Barlow, Di Botcher, Fiona Dunn, Peter Edbrook, Monica Ernesti, Samantha George, Mark Inscoe, Craig Purnell, Lucy Quick, Mark Roper, Julia Worsley.
Design Sondheim. Book by James Lapine. Director Paul Kerryson. Design Adrian Rees. Lighting Jenny Cane. Director Julian Kelly (music). Sound Frank Bradley.
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