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The Madness of George III archive1788 - King George III is preparing for the opening of parliament with his devoted wife, Queen Charlotte and their 15 children. Despite the picture of respectability all is not well in the palace; not only has the King lost the colonies but he's losing his mind. With the smooth running of Government depending on his sanity and the Prince of Wales increasingly impatient to succeed his father, it's a race against time to get the King fit. The Prime Minister's only hope is a self-taught doctor with some unorthodox methods for curing dementia. Running time: 2hrs 30mins inc. interval
Performers Simon Ward (King George), Susan Penhaligon (Queen Charlotte), Alastair Whatley (Prince of Wales), Garrett Moore (Duke of York), Portia Booroff (Lady Pembroke), Robert Curtis (Greville), Jamie Hinde (Pitt/Pepys), Knight Mantell (Wills/Dundas), Rhys King (Fitzroy/Ramsden), Zachary Holton (Thurlow/Boothby), Kate Colebrook (Papandiek), Courtney Spence (Baker/Sheridan), Ian Marr (Fox/Warren).
Author Alan Bennett. Producer Blackeyed Theatre. Producer Icarus Theatre Collective. Producer Original Theatre Company (in association with Easbourne Theatres). Director Alastair Whatley. Design Victoria Spearing. Costume Fiona Davis. Lighting Alan Valentine.

The Madness of George III

The Madness of George III (Play) production archive for QTIX code T141063871. Details of all The Madness of George III archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S4108

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