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England 1837: a country on the cusp of revolution. A young girl is propelled on a journey from a London slum to the servants Ranging from East End squalor to Nottingham mills, Jack Shepherd tells a picaresque tale of tavern assemblies and prize fights, gin palace communists and bullying do-gooders, industrialists and whores, bringing to the Globe for the first time the sordid, violent times of early Victorian England.Performers Kirsty Besterman, Philip Bird, Cornelius Booth, Jim Bywater, Louise Callaghan, Philip Cumbus, Leander Deeny, Craig Gazey, Alice Haig, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Adam Kay, Jennifer Kidd, Pippa Nixon, Jonathan Moore, Christopher Obi, Dale Rapley, Mark Rice-Oxley, Nicholas Shaw.
Author Jack Shepherd. Producer Shakespeare's Globe. Director Mark Rosenblatt. Design Janet Bird. Music John Tams. Music Joe Townsend.
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