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London, 1927. The rebellious twenties are roaring right outside Sir Hector Benbow's Mayfair window. All he wants to do is to take Cherry, a 'good looker', out for a spot of dinner. His saucy liaison is scuppered when Lady Benbow and his ward Kitty arrive home unexpectedly. What's more, there are reports that Thark - the family home - is haunted! Hector, his plucky nephew Ronny, and the rest of the family set out to investigate. Will Thark live up to its spine-chilling reputation? Fast-paced, fruity and full of flappers, Ben Travers' Thark is a hilarious classic British farce combining sparkling witticisms and bold physical comedy with glamour, naughty romps and a hint of gothic spookery!Performers Daniel Casper (Hook), Sophia Lorenti (Warner/Jones), Alexander Hopwood (Lionel Frush), Ellie Gill (Mrs Frush), Mathijs Swarte (Sir Hector Benbow), Robin Blell (Ronald Gamble), Charlotte Vassell (Lady Benbow), Natalia Lewis (Kitty Stratton), Kieran Slade (Whittle).
Author Ben Travers. Director Matthew Parker. Design Granville Saxton. Costume Bryony J Thompson. Lighting Stuart Crohill. Sound Philip Matejtschuk. Stage Manager Emily Humphrys.
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