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Another Country

Another Country (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01387109661. Details of all Another Country archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2354

Archive Listings

20 Sep 00
  to
13 Jan 01
Arts Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive
6 Sep 00
  to
16 Sep 00
Oxford Playhouse
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

Another Country archiveIn 1980 Julian Mitchell's Another Country opened in the West End. It created a sensation, heralded a resurgence of great British drama, inspired a film, and launched the careers of Rupert Everett, Kenneth Branagh, Daniel Day Lewis and Colin Firth. Bennett and Judd are both outsiders; one coming to terms with his homosexuality, the other already a committed Marxist. But the Establishment has traditional ways of dealing with rebels and when a scandal rocks the school, the young men must confront their beliefs and make choices which will have a momentous impact on their lives. This year sees the first revival of this award-winning play in a stunning new production. As well as taking a fresh look at the play, this revival will also serve to showcase a whole new generation of magnetic young British actors. Christmas 2000 Performance Times, Mon-Sat 19:30, Wed/Sat 15:00, except Fri 29 Dec and Fri 5 Jan - 16:00 and 20:00. No Performances on Christmas Day or New Year's Day.

Cast/Performers

Alex Avery, Jamie de Courcey, Martin Hutson, Neil Jones, Ben Meyjes, Edward Purver, Ferdy Roberts, Patrick Ryecart, Tom Wisdom, William Green, Archie Preston, Roland Stirling

Creatives/Company

Author: Julian Mitchell
Producer: Phil Cameron (for Background Guy Chapman Production Ltd in association with The Oxford Playhouse)
Director: Stephen Henry
Design: Tim Hatley
Lighting: Douglas Kuhrt
Sound: Mic Pool

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.
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