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Proust's epic, partly autobiographical work about a man's physical and emotional journey through life. This new adaptation is based on Harold Pinter's screenplay, writtne at the request of film director, Joseph Losey in 1972Performers John Bett, John Burgess, Branwell Donaghey, Janine Duvitski, Matthew Frankland-Coombes, Fritha Goodey, Sebastian Harcombe, Diana Hardcastle, Sophie James, Jill Johnson, Julie Legrand, Beverley Longhurst, Anita McCann, Steven O'Shea, David Rintoul, Paul Ritter, Indira Varma, Hannah Watkins, Oliver Williams, Duncan Bell, Judy Campbell, Judith Coke, Rory Copus, Jim Hooper, Marina Morgan, Bohdan Poraj, Bernadette Shortt.
Author Michel Proust. Adapted by Harold Pinter. Producer Royal National Theatre. Company NT Ensemble. Adapted by Di Trevis (2000). Director Di Trevis. Design Alison Chitty. Lighting Ben Ormerod. Music Dominic Muldowney. Choreographer Jack Murphy. Sound Neil Alexander.
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