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Based on the early life of Charlie Chaplin's journey from English music halls to Hollywood. The play is set on a theatrical stage of Chaplin's imagination, in the language of the particular theatrical style of each era in his life, from his conception and birth to his apparent triumph in his twenties.Performers Jherad Alleyn (Alfie), Simon Blackhall (Charlie), Tim Bowie (Sydney), Nathalie Buscombe (Gladys), Sion Alun Davies (Retired Naval Person/Mack Sennett), Steffan Donnelly (Jacobsen), Katharine Drury (Betty), Paapa Essiedu (Jim), Jennifer Fennessy (Katie), Gala Gordon (Agnes), Danielle Harrison (Hannah), Nicholas Kendrick (Immigration Officer), Susannah Laing (Francey), Katherine Rose Morley (Mabel), Kevin Phelan (Young Sydney), Helen Ramsorrun (Louise), Rose Reynolds (Lilly), Edwin Thomas (Fred Karno), Beatrice Walker (Hetty).
Music Roger Anderson. Lyrics Lee Goldsmith. Book by Ernest Kinoy. Producer The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Director Martin Connor. Design Mark Bailey. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Choreographer Bill Deamer. Sound Ben Harrison. Musical Director Steve Edis.
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