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The same story as the film, barred by the Director (Stanley Kubrick) from being shown in the UK due to death threats he received. Not suitable for children. A controversial and violent tale about choices. Alex gets his kicks by raping and fighting his way around a future city with his gang of droogs, fired up by drugs secreted in their favourite drink of milk. When he gets caught, he chooses the quick way out - being programmed to behave in a non-violent manner. Burgess's cult allegory of free will, adapted from the novella, in all its urban darkness.Performers Jonno Davies (Alex), Luke Baverstock (Georgie/Zophar), Sebastian Charles (Dim/Pedofil/Joe), Simon Cotton (Frank/Alexander/Mum/Brodsky), Damien Hasson (Deltoid/Chaplain/Rick), Philip Honeywell (Mark Alexander/Branom/Marty/Woman), James Smoker (Old Woman/Minister/Dad/Rubenstein), Will Stokes (Billy Boy/Governor/Comedian/F-Me Pumps/Dolin/Len), Tom Whitelock (Pete/Bromine).
Author Anthony Burgess. Presented by Glynis Henderson Productions (in association with Park Theatre). Company Action To The Words. Director Alexandra Spencer-Jones.
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