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Beryl archiveWritten by Maxine Peake Beryl celebrates the extraordinary sporting achievements of Morley cyclist Beryl Burton. It was 1954 when Beryl Charnock met keen cyclist Charlie Burton. In those days they cycled in clubs and once Beryl started she was smitten, not only with Charlie but by the thrill and freedom found on two wheels. Beryl was better than good, she was the best and she was determined to stay that way. Five times world champion, thirteen times national champion, twice road-racing world champion and twelve times national champion. Her accolades include time trials, former world record holder, former British record holder, numerous sports awards an MBE and an OBE. Beryl Burtonwas one of the most astonishing sports people ever to have lived - but with her down to earth, no-nonsense approach to life and to success, she remains a mystery.
Performers Mark Conway (Tom), Jessica Duffield (Sue), Annie Kirkman (Jo), Tom Lorcan (Jim).
Author Maxine Peake. Presented by Arcola Theatre. Presented by East Riding Theatre. Producer Sue Kirkman. Director Marieke Audsley. Design Ed Ullyart. Costume Sylvia Eales. Lighting Simon Bedwell.

Beryl

Beryl (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01389444178. Details of all Beryl archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1816505052

Archive Listings

14 Jan 20
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8 Feb 20
Arcola
Inner London
Greater London
16 Oct 19
to
16 Nov 19
Arcola
Inner London
Greater London

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