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The Curious Case of Benjamin Button archiveDiscover a sleepy fishing harbour at the end of the First World War - home to a most curious story of one man, and the timeless tale of a love that defies all odds. Born in the most unusual circumstances, Benjamin Button is an old man, not at the end of his life, but at the beginning. Trapped in a body where he doesn't belong, locked away from the world and branded a monster, Benjamin dreams of freedom and adventure. And more than anything, he dreams of love. But just as he gives up hope, resigning himself to a life of solitude, a miracle occurs - a local girl, by the name of Elowen Keene. But, as we all know, time and tide wait for no man, and as the decades pass, their lives begin to move in reverse. And when war calls Benjamin across the seas, time is not their only enemy.

Creatives/Company

Book by: Jethro Compton
Lyrics(s): Jethro Compton, Darren Clark (based on the short story by F Scott Fitzgerald)
Music: Darren Clark

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Archive listings for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2023)

Work type: Musical. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

T1677728639

Producer ATG Productions. Producer GBA. Producer Gavin Kalin Productions. Producer Eilene Davidson Productions. Producer Jethro Compton Productions. Director Jethro Compton. Design Jethro Compton. Choreographer Chi-San Howard. Music Mark Aspinall (music supervisor). Music Darren Clark (music supervisor). Costume Anna Kelsey. Sound Luke Swaffield. Musical Director Mark Aspinall. Performer Jamie Parker (Benjamin Button). Performer Molly Osborne (Elowen Keene). Performer Matthew Burns. Performer Jonathan Charles. Performer Oonagh Cox. Performer Anna Fordham. Performer Philippa Hogg. Performer Damien James. Performer Ann Marcuson. Performer Jack Quarton. Performer Benedict Salter. Performer Tonny Shim.
22 May 23 to 1 Jul 23Southwark Playhouse Elephant, Outer London :: V0776999393
listing details L01281063370

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