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David has a doting mother. When he grows up he marries her image, the ditsy Dora. This is his tragedy. Even Peggotty's extended family on Yarmouth beach cannot escape the effects. But his tragedy is also our comedy as Uriah Heep and Mr Micawber, Aunt Betsey and Mr Dick, Steerforth and Traddlles, all criss-cross David's wayward path towards his Agnes, his true soul mate.Performers Candida Benson, Saskia Butler, Patti Clare, Lisa Ellis, Gregory Fox-Murphy, Rupert Frazer, Andy Hockley, Celyn Jones, Timothy Kightley, Steven O'Neill, Mark Rice-Oxley, Peter Rylands, Ellen Sheean, Alwyne Taylor, Tristram Wymark.
Book by Charles Dickens. Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Adapted by Giles Havergal. Director Giles Havergal. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Gerry Jenkinson. Music Richard Taylor. Sound Mic Pool.
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