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Mary Lennox is orphaned in India and sent to live in her Uncle's manor on the Yorkshire moors. Cared for by the maid and housekeeper, the sad and lonely Mary befriends a robin who leads her through the gardens of Misselthwaite Manor. As she explores, Mary discovers a rusty old key to a magical garden which has been locked up for years. Misselthwaite Manor holds another mystery; Mary's sickly cousin Colin. Along with the Manor's gardener Dickon, the children regenerate the garden and as it blossoms so do the lives of Mary and Colin.Performers Philip Quast (Archibald Craven), Meredith Braun (Lily), Linzi Hateley (Martha), Craig Purnell (Dickon), Peter Polycarpou (Dr Neville Crane), Eliza Caird (Mary Lennox - shared), Tamsin Egerton (Mary Lennox - shared), Natalie Morgan (Mary Lennox - shared), Eddie Brown (Colin Craven - shared), Adam Clarke (Colin Craven - shared), Luke Newberry (Colin Craven - shared), Carmen Cusack, Alistair Robins, Christian Patterson, Duncan Smith, Dilys Lane, Freddie Davies, Judith Paris, Joshua Dallas, Ray C Davis, Daniel Hinchliffe, Daniel Page, Michael Rouse, Emma Barton, Lorraine Chappell, Emma Flett, Amanda Hall, Cheryl McAvoy, Rachel Matthews, Agnes Vandepote.
Book by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Adrian Noble. Design Anthony Ward. Adapted by Marsha Norman. Music Lucy Simon. Lighting Chris Parry. Choreographer Gillian Lynne. Music William David Brohn (orchestration). Music Chris Walker (musical supervision). Sound Andrew Bruce. Sound Terry Jardine.
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