Chariots of Fire archive1924. 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.


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(s): Vangelis, Jason Carr (additional music)
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Chariots of Fire

Chariots of Fire (Play) production archive for QTIX code T61451116. Details of all Chariots of Fire archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S413346787

Archive Listings

23 Jun 12
5 Jan 13
Gielgud Theatre
West End
Greater London

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