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A Mad World, My Masters archiveLondon, Soho... 1956. Where glamour rubs up against filth, and likes it; where the posh mix with musicians, whores and racketeers; where 'virginity is no city trade', and where a dashingly impecunious bachelor in need of quick cash and a good time has to live on his wits. Turning con-man to fool his rich uncle, he variously becomes a lord, a high class call girl, and - God forbid - a poor actor. But a beautiful Soho tart is also on the scam: a whore to some, a religious instructor to others, and a debutante in need of an eligible bachelor to yet more...


Richard Goulding (Dick Follywit), Joe Bannister (Footman), Ellie Beaven (Mrs Littledick), Ishia Bennison (Mrs Kidman), Ben Deery (Sponger), Richard Durden (Spunky), Gwilym Lloyd (Caretaker / Sir Aquitaine Squodge), Harry McEntire (Oboe), Perry Millward (Waiter / Footman), Ciaran Owens (Master Whooping Prospect), Nicholas Prasad (Master Muchly Minted), Ian Redford (Sir Bounteous Progress), Rose Reynolds (Debutante / Escort), Steffan Rhodri (Mr Littledick), David Rubin (Private Detective / Andrew Skunknodger), Badria Timimi (Waitress / Escort), Dwane Walcott (Constable), Jonny Weldon (Waiter / Footman)


Author: Thomas Middleton
Company: Royal Shakespeare Company
Director(s): Sean Foley, Alison de Burgh (fight)
Other(s): Phil Porter (editor), Sean Foley (editor), Thomas Middletonn (additional dialogue)
Design: Alice Power
Lighting: James Farncombe
Sound(s): Ben Ringham, Max Ringham
Music(s): Ben Ringham, Max Ringham
Choreographer: Kate Prince

A Mad World, My Masters

A Mad World, My Masters (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01986445883. Details of all A Mad World, My Masters archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01061817516

Archive Listings

6 Jun 13
25 Oct 13
Swan Theatre
Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


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