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Coward's great tale of illicit love adapted from the 1946 film by David Lean. Set in the winter of 1938-39, it tells of Laura, an ordinary respectable housewife, and Alec, a doctor. Both are middle class and married (happily, they believe) to other people, when, after a chance meeting at Milford Junction Train Station, where Alec gallantly remove a piece of grit from Laura's eye, they embark on a 6-week affair. Your heart will lift at their new-found love and sink again as they struggle against their feelings to deny their destiny together - and the stirring up of countless memories of a true classic in the history of British film.Performers Jim Sturgeon (Alec), Isabel Poll4en (Laura), Lucy Thackeray (Myrtle), Beverly Rudd (Beryl), Jos Slovick (Stanley), Dean Nolan (Fred/Albert), Katrina Kleve, Peter Dukes.
Author Noel Coward. Company Kneehigh. Adapted by Emma Rice. Director Emma Rice. Design Neil Murray. Lighting Malacolm Rippeth. Music Stu Barker. Sound Simon Baker. Other Gemma Carrington (projection). Other Jon Driscoll (projection).
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