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The Far Pavilions spans the 25 years between the Sepoy Uprisings of 1857 and the Second Afghan War, telling the story of forbidden love between a British Officer 'Ashton Pelham-Martyn' and an Indian Princess 'Anjuli'. This epic story evokes the romance of India, the intrigue of the Rajput Court and the over-confidence of an Empire at the height of its power. The Far Pavilions website
.Performers Hadley Fraser (Ashton Pelham-Martyn), Gayatri Irya (Anjuli), Kulvinder Ghir (Rana of Bhitor), Dianne Pilkington (Belinda), David Burt (Harkness), Simon Gleeson (Walter), Kabir Bedi (Kahn Sahib), Sophiya Haque (Janoo Rani), Shaheen Khan (Sita), David Savile (Sir Louis Cavagnari), Stewart Scudamore (Maharajah of Gulkote), Dean Hussain (Awol Shah), John Trakos (Roberts), Fiona Wade, Rick Savery, Christopher Dickens, Graham Vick, Robert Scotcher, Tomos Griffiths, Ralph Birtwell, Irvine Iqbal, Dan de Cruz, Nick Ferranti, Clare Foster, Caroline Keiff, Marina Abdeen, Meryl Fernandes, Shirani Bolle, Asha Kingsley, Nikki Shaw, Hannah Chick, Sunil Pramanik, Jez Unwin.
Book by MM Kaye. Music Philip Henderson. Lyrics Stephen Clark. Producer Michael E Ward. Producer John Whitney (in association with Arjun C Waney and Reita Gadkari). Director Gale Edwards. Design Lez Brotherston. Lighting Peter Mumford. Costume Andreanne Neofitou. Choreographer Piali Ray. Sound Rick Clarke. Music John Cameron (orchestrations). Director Davie White (music). Music Kuljit Bhamra (Indian music associate).
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