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In 1945, a young airman jumps to certain death from his burning aircraft, addressing his last words to June, a girl he has never met. Following an angelic blunder, caused by a classic English pea-souper, Peter Carter miraculously survives and finds June in the flesh. But things are not so simple. To stay alive, Peter is forced to take himself, and the heavenly authorities, to the Universal Court of Appeal.Performers Douglas Hodge (Doctor), Lyndsey Marshal (June), Tristan Sturrock (Peter Carter), Dorothy Atkinson, Jamie Bradley, Dan Canham, Fiona Chivers, Meryl Fernandes, Gisli Orn Gardarsson, Thomas Goodridge, Tamsin Griffin, Craig Johnson, Pete Judge, Debbie Korley, Pieter Lawman, Dominic Lawton, Robert Luckay, Stuart McLoughlin, Mike Shepherd, Lorraine Stewart, Alex Vann, Andy Williams, Lizzie Winkler, Kirsty Woodward.
Author Michael Powell (film). Author Emeric Pressburger (film). Adapted by Tom Morris. Adapted by Emma Rice. Producer National Theatre. Company Kneehigh Theatre. Director Emma Rice. Design Bill Mitchell. Lighting Mark Henderson. Choreographer Debra Batton. Costume Vicki Mortimer. Music Stu Barker. Sound Gareth Fry. Design Jon Driscoll (video).
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