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1924. The Paris Olympic Games. A devout Scottish Christian runs for the glory of God. An English Jew runs to overcome prejudice. Two young track athletes. A battle fraught with social and political pressures to gain acceptance and represent Great Britain. Based on the extraordinary true story of Eric Liddell and Harold Abrahams, Chariots of Fire
is a tale of hope, honour and belief, prevailing in the face of overwhelming odds.Performers Jack Lowden ( Eric Liddell), James McArdle (Harold Abrahams), David Beams (Head Porter/Reverend Liddell/Foster/Lord Cadogan), Isabella Calthorpe (Florence Mackenzie), Gareth Charlton (Jackson Scholz), Henry Davis (Charlie Paddock), Lloyd Everitt (Athlete), Zac Fox (Aubrey Montague), Daniel Fraser (Athlete/Jim), Nickolas Grace (Master Of Trinity/Duke of Sutherland/Colonel Keddie), Leigh Lothian (Jennie Liddell), David McGranaghan (President of Gilbert & Sullivan/Colin), Aki Omoshaybi (Athlete/Reg), Matthew Pearson (Sandy McGrath), Savannah Stevenson (Sybil Gordon), Paul Tinto (Secretary of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society), Dylan Turner (Athlete/Mr Ratcliffe ), Gabriel Vick (Robin/HRH The Prince of Wales), Simon Williams (Master of Caius), Tam Williams (Lord Andrew Lindsay), Nicholas Woodeson (Sam Mussabini).
Adapted by Mike Bartlett (based on the Enigma Productions Limited Motion Picture). Producer Hampstead Theatre. Director Edward Hall. Design Miriam Buether. Lighting Rick Fisher. Choreographer Scott Ambler. Sound Paul Groothuis. Costume Michael Howells. Music Vangelis. Music Jason Carr (additional music).
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