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Captain Corelli's Mandolin archiveSet on a Greek Island of Cephalonia from the Second World War to the present day, Captain Corelli's Mandolin tells the story of Dr Iannis, his daughter, Pelagia, the heroic Italian soldier, Carlo Guercio, the mandolin-playing Captain Antonio Corelli and the love they all share. It's a passionate story that sweeps you up with joy one minute then makes the fright and rage of war boil in the stomach the next. It is full of laughter and tears, the joy of love and, ultimately, the triumph of life over death.
Performers Alex Mugnaioni (Captain Corelli), Madison Clare (Pelagia), Fred Fergus (Francesco), Joseph Long (Dr Iannis), Graeme Dalling (Soldier), Ryan Donaldson (Carlo), Ashley Gayle (Mandras), Eliot Giuralarocca (Priest), Luisa Guerreiro (Goat), Kezrena James (Lemoni), Eve Polycarpou (Drosoula), John Sandeman (Soldier), Stewart Scudamore (Velisarios), Kate Spencer (Gunter), Elizabeth Mary Williams (Psipsina).
Book by Louis de Bernieres. Producer Rose Theatre Kingston. Producer Neil Laidlaw Productions. Producer Birmingham Repertoy Theatre. Adapted by Rona Munro. Director Melly Still. Design Mayou Trikerioti. Costume Mayou Trikerioti. Lighting Malcolm Rippeth. Sound Jon Nicholls. Design Dom Baker (projection). Music Harry Blake.

Captain Corelli's Mandolin

Captain Corelli's Mandolin (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1147031971. Details of all Captain Corelli's Mandolin archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01318718933

Archive Listings

4 Jul 19
to
31 Aug 19
The Harold Pinter Theatre
West End
Greater London
25 Jun 19
to
29 Jun 19
Theatre Royal
Glasgow
Glasgow
18 Jun 19
to
22 Jun 19
King's Theatre
Edinburgh
Edinburgh
29 May 19
to
15 Jun 19
Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Birmingham
West Midlands
21 May 19
to
25 May 19
Theatre Royal
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
14 May 19
to
18 May 19
Theatre Royal
Bath
Bath & North East Somerset
23 Apr 19
to
12 May 19
Rose Theatre Kingston
Kingston
Surrey
13 Apr 19
to
20 Apr 19
Curve
Leicester
Leicestershire

User Reviews

Sylvia (16Apr19):

Just returned after the first half of the show- so disappointed. Very disjointed and difficult to follow- the goat was so annoying (although well played). The poorest show we have seen at the Curve I'm sorry to say.

Andy (16Apr19):

So disappointing, performed on an empty stage, well not quite empty, there's a plastic milk crate, some step ladders and a couple of wooden beams. Obviously all you could need to recreate a Greek island. Performers were great but I just found the whole thing very disjointed. Have to say the whole theatre gave a standing ovation at the end, so maybe it was just me.


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