The White Witch of Rose Hall archiveSet in nineteenth-century West Indies, against a backdrop of the abolishment of slavery, Voodoo, murder, betrayal and lust; The White Witch of Rose Hall is the legendary Jamaican story inspired by 'true' events of the time, of a love triangle between plantation owner Annie Palmer, her newly arrived English Book-Keeper Robert Rutherford and a young island girl named Millie. All of which leads to a brutal and terrifying end! World Premiere


Gemma Rook (Annie Palmer), Tom Mccaron (Robert Rutherford), Alicia McKenzie (Millie), Michael Smith Stewart (Takoo), Robert Pollington (Ashman), Tobi Bamtefa (Abraham/John), Alec Gray (Burbridge), Hawa Khan (Psyche)


Author: Simon James Collier
Producer: Joseph Jeffers
Company: The Okai Collier Company
Director: Omar F. Okai
Design: David Shields
Lighting: Ciaran Cunningham
Costume: David Shields
Music: Renell Shaw
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The White Witch of Rose Hall

The White Witch of Rose Hall (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01030979461. Details of all The White Witch of Rose Hall archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S02092615518

Archive Listings

9 Oct 13
26 Oct 13
The Broadway Theatre
Outer London
Greater London

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