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The year is 1660. The Puritans have run away with their drab grey tails between their legs and Charles II has exploded onto the scene with a love of all things loud, French and sexy. On Drury Lane, a young Nell Gwynn is peddling her satsumas and wit with equal gusto but, little does she know who is watching...Performers Laura Pitt-Pulford (Nell Gwynn), Clive Hayward (Thomas Killigrew), Michael Cochrane (Lord Arlington), Mossie Smith (Nancy), Nicholas Bishop (John Dryden), Pandora Clifford (Lady Castlemaine/Louise De Keroualle), Pepter Lunkuse (Rose Gwynn), George Jennings (Ned Spigget), Esh Alladi (Edward Kynaston), oanne Howarth (Queen Catherine/Old Ma Gwynn), Sam Marks (Charles Hart), Ben Righton (Charles II), Phillipa Flynn (Ensemble), Thea Collings (Ensemble), Leon Stewart (Ensemble), Jack Helsby (Ensemble).
Author Jessica Swale. Producer English Touring Theatre. Producer Shakespeare's Globe. Director Christopher Luscombe. Design Hugh Durrant. Music Nigel Hess. Lighting Nick Richings. Sound Jeremy Dunn. Choreographer Charlotte Broom. Director Charlotte Sutton (casting director).
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