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Charlie is that modern media phenomenon, an A list celebrity. Mobbed and adored by thousands, his face is everywhere, his name on everything from breakfast cereals to sports gear. He is truly the man who has it all. A beautiful wife, wonderful children, immense wealth and a magnificent home. Everyone is agreed that Charlie Conrad is undoubtedly the man to know and be associated with. What is far more difficult to pin down is what precisely it is that has made Charlie so famous. What has Charlie ever done? Indeed, has he ever done anything? And, in the distorting, mirrored world of celebrity hype, does anyone even care? In our modern, media-driven society is anything what it seems any more?Performers Stephen Beckett, Adrian McLoughlin, Paul Kemp, Stuart Fox, Melanie Gutteridge, Billie-Claire Wright.
Author Alan Ayckbourn. Producer Stephen Joseph Theatre. Director Alan Ayckbourn. Design Roger Glossop. Lighting Mick Hughes. Music David Newton. Costume Christine Wall.
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