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An adaptation of the Dickens tale. With an intricately woven plot and an unforgettable cast of characters, Bleak House is widely regarded as Dickensâ masterpiece. This brand new stage adaptation is a fast-moving, witty and ingenious production in the style of Jamaica Inn and Great Expectations. Filled with comedy and angry satire, Bleak House is a tale of loss and love and a savage indictment of a society that is rotten to the core. In a first for the New Vic, the audience is invited to a Walk-Through of the world of the play before the performance begins.Performers Morgan George (John Jarndyce/Lord Chancellor), Dennis Herdman (Guppy/Mr Woodcourt), Martin Hyder (Sir Leicester Dedlock/The Brickmaker), Dido Miles (Lady Dedlock/Jenny), Emma Pallant (Esther Summerson), Charlotte Palmer (Miss Flite/Hortense/Mrs Pardiggle), Nicholas Tizzard (Tangle/Inspector Bucket), Kirsty Wood (Ada Clare/Poor Jo).
Book by Charles Dickens. Producer New Vic. Adapted by Theresa Heskins. Director Theresa Heskins. Design Liz Cooke. Lighting Daniella Beattie. Sound James Earls-Davis. Music Mary Keith. Director Philip d'Orleans.
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