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When the clock strikes midnight most children are fast asleep, but for the Midnight Gang the journey is just beginning. Five children find themselves in hospital for a variety of reasons, including Tom who's been hit on the head by a cricket ball and really doesn't want to go back to school. They soon discover that something far more exciting is happening beyond the confines of the children's ward. A heart-warming and hilarious tale of fun, friendship and adventure ensues, all under the cover of darkness when the horrible matron is sure they are all fast asleep.Performers Jennie Dale (Matron), Dickon Gough (Porter), Matthew Cavendish (Dr Luppers), Marilyn Cutts (Nelly), Tim Mahendran (Raj), Lucy Vandi (Tootsie), Rafi Essex, Cerys Hill, Fibian McKenzie, Cody Molko, Tumo Reetsang, Jasmine Sakyiama, Anjali Shah, Albie Stisted, Cooper Snow, Felix Warren.
Book by David Walliams. Corporate Sponsor Jackson-Stops (Chichester). Corporate Sponsor Kenwood (Chichester). Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Adapted by Bryony Lavery. Music Joe Stilgoe. Lyrics Joe Stilgoe. Director Dale Rooks. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting James Whiteside. Sound Gregory Clarke.
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