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Lorca offers his poetic and disturbing personal vision of Spanish life in the 1930's. In a society where all weddings are blood weddings, this classical tragedy, starkly plotted, offers all the traditional elements of ill fated lovers and family feuds.Performers Christine Absalom (Mother), Natasha Buckley (The Neighbour), Dominic Colchester (Woodcutter), Miranda Floy (Girl), Justin Grattan (The Bridegroom), Biddy Wells (Wife of Leonardo), Katharine Barker (Mother-in-law/Death), Laura Cox (Servant), John Cunningham (Father of the Bride), Victor Gardener (Leonardo), Matthew Goode (The Moon), Mary Seymour (Girl), Katy Stephens (The Bride).
Author Frederico Garcia Lorca. Company Mercury Theatre. Director Sue Lefton. Design Tim Meacock. Lighting Gary Spraggett. Music Adam Cork.
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