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Performance

VenueTheatro Technis
Other spaces: The Gate Theatre
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From21st September 2010
To16th October 2010
When19:30. Sep 26, 28, Oct 3, 5, 10, 12 Mats 14:30
PricesFrom £12.00. To £15.00.
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The Ripper's 5

The Ripper's 5T2022688619
The Ripper's 5 tells the haunting story of Edgar, Queen Victoria's grandson - a man who will do anything to discover who Jack the Ripper was and is desperate to talk to the only people who can really know; the Ripper's five victims . Edgar employs the psychic abilities of his carnival lover, The Purist, to call the women from beyond the grave on the fifth anniversary of the death of the Ripper's final victim, Mary Kelly. Edgar calls for the assistance of his closest friend The Apprentice, and his two gentleman consorts, Merlin and Malachi. These men of privilege and breeding gather at the Ten Bells Inn , at the heart of the East end district where the murders took place, and eventually succeed in bringing the women back from the dead. As the story unfolds, the women expose the true depths of their emotional plight under the leadership of the Ripper's third victim Lizzie Stride, and Edgar's true situation and intent is revealed. Edgar's descent in to madness through his obsession with the Ripper's identity is echoed by that of his mother, Princess Alice May who becomes convinced it is in fact her husband who is the Ripper.
Author Karlton Parris
Music Luisa Jay


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Company

Director Karlton Parris
Music James Batty (orchestration)
Musical Director Aaron Clingham
Choreographer Wendy Jones
Performer Holly Clark (Princess Alice May / Catherine - swing)
Performer Sarah Dearlove (Annie Chapman / Queen Victoria)
Performer Charlie England (Inspector Aberline / Malachi - Dance Captain)
Performer Amy Forrest (Mary Kelly)
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