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Scenes of tragedy alternate with scenes of melodrama and farce. Cheer Nicholas, as he triumphs in the face of adversity...gasp at the ruin of his villainous uncle...weep over the death of Smike... Running time approx. 3 hours plus two intervalsPerformers Daniel Weyman (Nicholas), David Dawson (Smike), Pip Donaghy (Mr Squeers/Sir Mulberry Hawk), Veronica Roberts (Mrs Squeers/Mrs Crummles), Zoe Waites (Fanny Squeers), Hannah Yelland (Kate Nickleby), Abigail McKern (Mrs Nickleby), Jonathan Coy (Vincent Crummles/Arthur Gride), David Yelland (Ralph Nickleby), Richard Bremmer (Newman Noggs).
Book by Dickens. Producer Duncan C Weldon. Producer Paul Eliott (for Triumph Entertainment). Producer Festival Theatre Chichester. Adapted by David Edgar. Director Jonathan Church. Director Philip Franks. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Music Stephen Oliver. Music Stephen Oliver. Music Matthew Scott (orchestrations and additional music). Director Sona Morris (movement). Sound Matt Mackenzie. Musical Director Paul Frankish.
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