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The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there. In the heat and humidity of the rural Norfolk summer in 1900, a young boy comes of age as he is unwittingly enlisted as a messenger in an adult affair of deceit and desire.
Performers , (Narrator - Leo Colston) Michael Crawford , (Ted) Stuart Ward , (Marian) Gemma Sutton , (Mrs Maudsley) Issy Van Randwyck , (Mr Maudsley/1st Cover Colston) Julian Forsyth , (Trimingham) Stephen Carlile , (Denys) Silas Wyatt-Barke , (Stanton/Leo's Mother/Eulalie) Jenni Bowden , (Henry With 1st Cover Ted/2nd Cover Denys/2nd Cover Trimingham) John Addison , (Leo 1) Luka Green , (Leo 2) William Thompson , (Leo 3) Johnny Evans Hutchinson , (Marcus 1) Archie Stevens , (Marcus 2) Matty Norgren , (Marcus 3) Samuel Menhinick , (Understy with 1st Cover Mrs Maudsley/1st Cover Leo's Mother/2nd Cover Marian) Jane Quinn , (Understydy with 1st Cover Marian/2nd Cover Leo's Mother) Jessica Duncan , (Understudy with 1st Cover Mr Maudsley/2nd Cover Colston) Robert Traynor . (Understudy with 1st Cover Denys/1st Cover Trimingham/2nd Cover Ted) Michael Colbourne Book by (based on the novel by LP Hartley). David Wood Music . Richard Taylor Lyrics . David Wood Lyrics . Richard Taylor Producer . Joseph Smith Producer . Bill Kenwright Director . Roger Haines
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