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An adaptation of the classic Dickens story - the moving tale of young Nicholas Nickleby's adventures after he is thrust out into the world by the death of his father. From tutoring in a monstrous boys school to treading the boards in the bright lights of the theatrical world, his compelling journey has us on the edge of our seats as we wait to see what fate has in store for our hero and his sidekick Smike.Performers Daniel Weyman (Nicholas Nickleby), Steven Alvey, Ian Ashpitel, Bob Barrett, David Dawson, Pip Donaghy, Robert Hastie, Stephanie Jacob, Susan Jameson, Leigh Lawson, Dilys Laye, Bernard Lloyd, Christopher Logan, Emma Manton, Alex McIntosh, Abigail McKern, Brian Poyser, John Ramm, Simon Roberts, Veronica Roberts, Philippa Stanton, Zoe Waites, Hannah Yelland.
Book by Charles Dickens. Adapted by David Edgar. Producer Festival Theatre Chichester. Adapted by David Edgar. Director Jonathan Church. Director Philip Franks. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Mark Jonathan.
USER (29Jun06): Fantastic! Can't wait to see the second part.
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