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VenueGrand Theatre
CountyWest Midlands
From8th February 2011
To12th February 2011
When19:30. Feb 10,11 Mats 13:00. Feb 12 Mat 14:30
PricesFrom £6.50. To £22.50.
What is currently on at Grand Theatre (V161)

Goodnight Mister Tom

Sad and troubled, young William Beech is evacuated to the idyllic English countryside as Britain stands on the brink of World War II and is billeted with the curmudgeonly recluse Tom Oakley. Tom and Will build a remarkable and moving friendship, an unlikely bond which transforms them both, only to have their newfound happiness shattered when Will is summoned back to London by his mother. Heart-warming and inspiring, this story of two broken souls at opposite ends of the age scale celebrates the value of love and proves that friendship knows no barriers.
Book by Michelle Magorian
Lyrics Michelle Magorian
Music Gary Carpenter
Lyrics Gary Carpenter (additional lyrics)

Archive :: production:T026719594, musical:S1121840278, venue:V161

Production details

Perfect for schools and families; suitable for children aged from 8 years.


Producer Chichester Festival Theatre (in association with The Children's Touring Partnership)
Adapted by David Wood
Director Angus Jackson
Design Robert Innes Hopkins
Lighting Tim Mitchell
Sound Gregory Clark
Music John Tams
Music Matthew Scott
Other Toby Olie (puppets and puppetry)
Performer Louise Collins (Ginnie/Nurse)
Performer Laura Cubitt (Sammy/Puppeteer)
Performer Kamran Darabi Ford (George/Policeman)
Performer Oliver Ford Davies (Tom Oakley)
Performer Joanne Howarth (Mrs Fletcher/Glad/Social Worker)
Performer Anne Kavanagh (Dr Little/Mrs Miller)
Performer Aoife McMahon (Mrs Annie Hartridge/Mrs Beeach)
Performer Freya Parker (Carrie/Sister)
Performer Georgina Sutton (Billeting Officer/Miss Thorne)
Performer Alan Vicary (Mr Miller/ARP Warden)
Performer Jonathan Warde (Charlie Ruddles/David Hartridge/Vicar/Ticket Collector/Mr Stelton)
Performer Emma Drysdale (Understudy)

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