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1840. A young governess agrees to look after two orphaned children in Bly, a seemingly idyllic country house. But shortly after her arrival, she realises that they are not alone. There are others - the ghosts of Bly's troubled past. The Governess will risk everything to keep the children safe, even if it means giving herself up to The Others. Years later, confronted by the past she is compelled to account for what actually happened to her and the innocents under her protection.Performers Janet Dibley (The Governess), Maggie McCarthy (Mrs Grose), Amy Dunn (Mrs Conray), Elliot Burton (The Man), Sally Geake (Understudy), Ewan Goddard (Understudy), Andy Hall (CSM), Emma Cook (DSM).
Book by Henry James. Producer Dermot McLaughlin Productions Ltd. Producer Mercury Theatre Colchester. Producer Wolverhampton Grand Theatre. Producer Exeter Northcott Theatre. Producer Mercury Theatre Colchester. Adapted by Tim Luscombe. Director Daniel Buckroyd. Other Cressida Carre (movement director). Design Sara Perks. Lighting David W Kidd. Music John Chambers. Sound John Chambers.
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