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Classic story of crime, poverty, vice and a young innocent orphan in London. Some of the most celebrated villains in English literature (Artful Dodger, Bill Sykes, Fagin). This bold, brutal and beautiful new version of Oliver Twist sends you on a dark adventure through the twisted streets of London. Adapted by award-winning playwright Bryony Lavery, every performance of Oliver Twist will feature the use of integrated creative sign language, audio description and captioning. Oliver Twist is in association with Ramps On The Moon. Now in its fourth year, this pioneering initiative from seven major UK theatre companies is committed to putting D/deaf and disabled artists and audiences at the centre of their work.Performers Brooklyn Melvin (Oliver Twist), Nadeem Islam (Artful Dodger), Caroline Parker (Fagin), Clare-Louise English (Nancy), Stephen Collins (Bill Sikes), Katie Erich (Rose), Rebekah Hill (Luna), Georgia Jackson (Fingers), Steph Lacey (Mrs Thingummy), Jack Lord (Mr Brownlow), Craig Painting (Mr Sowerberry), Mitesh Soni (Charley Bates), Benjamin Wilson (Mr Bumble).
Book by Charles Dickens. Producer Leeds Playhouse (in association with Ram;ps On The Moon). Adapted by Bryony Lavery. Director Amy Leach. Design Hayley Grindle. Lighting Joe Fletcher. Sound John Biddle. Music Oliver Vibrans. Dramaturg Jenny Sealey.
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