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It's 1943 and finding himself in familiar territory within the English countryside, Charles Ryder confronts memories of his first youthful encounter with Brideshead Manor and with its assortment of eccentric inhabitants. In the acclaimed playwright Bryony Lavery's sparkling new reimagining of the classic novel, the past and the present blur as Charles recalls those heady days at Brideshead and Lord and Lady Marchmain along with their offspring, Julia, Cordelia and Sebastian Flyte re-emerge...Performers Rosie Hilal (Julia), Brian Ferguson (Charles Ryder), Christopher Simpson (Sebastian), Nick Blakeley, Caroline Harker, Samantha Lawson, Kiran Sonia Sawar, Paul Shelley, Shuna Snow.
Book by Evelyn Waugh. Adapted by Bryony Lavery. Producer York Theatre Royal. Producer English Touring Theatre. Adapted by Bryony Lavery. Director Damian Cruden. Design Sara Perks. Lighting Richard G Jones. Sound Yvonne Gilbert. Music Chris Madin. Director Polly Jerrold (casting director).
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