CORONAVIRUS: currently, all theatres and related venues are closed. Shows are either being cancelled, postponed or rescheduled and we are trying to keep up with all the changes. There are currently few changes after May 2020 and many shows that were due for April have been pushed back towards the end of Autumn. Pantomimes are looking like a safe bet at the moment ;-)
Romford Market 1985, where a boy has everything to learn: the art of selling stilettos, learning a good wind-up, discovering sex, alcohol and drugs, the temptations of cash and how to stay sharp in the savage world of Essex traders.
is a spectacular yarn about the time Mrs Thatcher said we should embrace the marketplace; a story about the loss of innocence.
Performers , (Meat Man) Jonathan Cullen , (Steve the Nutter/Nut-Nut) John Marquez , (The Toby) Paul Moriarty , (Mum) Claire Rushbrook , (Market Boy) Danny Worters , (Mouse) Callum Dixon , (Don) Paul Anderson , (Snooks) Freddy White , (The Trader) Gary McDonald , (Girl) Jade Williams , (Woman with Huge Feet/Fat Annie) Jan Goodman , (Mother/Kate Arms) Ruth Sheen , (Daughter/Sticky Nicky) Jaimi Barbakoff , (Transvestite/Flypitcher) Owen Oakeshott , (Gypsy/Market Sweep) Georgina Lamb , (Spanish Girl/Market Brass) Mercedes Grower , (Thatcher) Nicola Blackwell , (The Most Beautiful Woman in Romford) Jemma Walker , (Leather Man) Andrew Frame , (Leather Boy) Branwell Donaghey , (Fish Woman) Sophie Stanton , (Jason) Jim Creighton , (Romford Labour Candidate) Jacob Krichefski , (Cupid/New Boy) Craig Vye , (Dad) Stephen Ventura , (Flypitcher/Trader) David Sternberg , (Flypitcher/Trader) Micah Balfour , (Flypitcher/Trader) Ralph Birtwell , (Flypitcher/Trader) Michael Camp , (Flypitcher/Trader) Mike Darnell . (Flypitcher/Trader) Michael Taibi Author . David Eldridge Producer . National Theatre Director . Rufus Norris Design . Katrina Lindsay Costume . Harriet Barsby Lighting . Hugh Vanstone Choreographer . Stephen Hoggett Choreographer . Scott Graham Sound . Paul Arditti
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