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Pip's s impoverished childhood takes on a new dimension when he meets the strange Miss Havisham. An unknown benefactor turns Pip into a gentleman but he falls prey to the corruption of money.Performers Jack Ellis (Jaggers), Chris Ellison (Magwitch), Paul Nivison (Adult Pip), Paula Wilcox (Miss Havisham), Grace Rowe (Estella), Taylor Jay-Davies (Young Pip), Katy Allen (Camilla Pocket), Gordon Brandie (Bentley Drummle), Jose Elwell (Cousin Raymond), Nathan Guy (Herbert Pocket), Isabelle Joss (Mrs Joe/Sarah Pocket), Steve North (Joe Gargery), Brian Pettifer (Wemmick), Suzanne Robertson (Biddy), James Vaughan (Wopsle).
Book by Charles Dickens. Adapted by Jo Clifford. Director Graham McLaren. Design Graham McLaren. Design Robin Peoples. Lighting Kai Fischer. Music Simon Slater. Sound Matt McKenzie. Costume Giovanni Bedin (for the House of Worth).
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