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Amongst the gilded romance and glamour of 1900s Sweden, siblings Fanny and Alexander's world is turned upside down when their widowed mother remarries the iron-willed local bishop. As creative freedom and rigid orthodoxy clash, a war ensues between imagination and austerity in this magical study of childhood, family and love.Performers Penelope Wilton (Mrs Helena Ekdahl), Michael Pennington (Isak Jacobi/Death), Jonathan Slinger (Gustav Adolf Ekdahl), Catherine Walker (Emilie Ekdahl), Lolita Chakrabarti (Alma Ekdahl/Helena Vergerus), Thomas Arnold (Carl Ekdahl/Mr Landhal), Kevin Doyle (Bishop Edvard Vergerus), Karina Fernandez (Lydia Ekdahl/Justina), Annie Firbank (Vega/Blenda Vergerus), Matt Gavin (Michael Bergman/Aron Retzinsky), Gloria Obianyo (Petra Ekdahl/Pauline/Ismael Retzinsky), Vivian Oparah (Maj), Sargon Yelda (Oscar Ekdhl), Tim Lewis (Ensemble), Hannah James (Ensemble), Gary Mackay (Ensemble), Zaris Angel Hator (Fanny - some dates), Amy Jayne Leigh (Fanny - some dates), Molly Shenker (Fanny - some dates), Katie Simons (Fanny - some dates), Guillermo Bedward (Alexander - some dates), Kit Connor (Alexander - some dates), Jack Falk (Alexander - some dates), Misha Handley (Alexander - some dates).
Author Ingmar Bergman. Producer Old Vic. Translation Stephen Beresford. Director Max Webster. Design Tom Pye. Costume Laura Hopkins. Music Alex Baranowski. Lighting Mark Henderson. Sound Tom Gibbons. Director Toby Sedgwick (movement director). Other Ben Hart (Illusion). Director Jessica Ronane (CDG - casting director). Director Tatty Hennessey (assistant director).
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