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A Mad World, My Masters archiveFor the dodgy residents of a run-down housing estate on the edge of Hackney Marsh, the Golden Jubilee celebrations provide the perfect cover for a priceless con. But when a quack doctor, a randy grandmother, a sleazy city gent, a schizophrenic spin doctor and a goody two-shoes all get involved, their best laid plans dissolve into riotous, hilarious farce. It's fast, curious and full of fun.

Author Barrie Keefe.

Archive listings for A Mad World, My Masters

Work type: Play.


A Mad World, My Masters is a brand new version of [Barrie Keeffe]'s masterpiece, originally written in 1977, the year of the Queen's Silver Jubilee, and updated by the author specially for The New Wolsey in this Golden Jubilee year.Producer New Wolsey. Director Peter Rowe. Design Richard Foxton. Performer Harriette Ashcroft (Faith Mycock). Performer Charlie Folorunsho (Charlie/Mr Smiley). Performer Nick Haverson (Docotr O'Flaherty). Performer Sue Holland (Vi Sprightly). Performer Paul Leonard (St John Mycock). Performer Maggie Tagney (Grandma Sprightly). Performer Kraig Thornber (Mr Fox). Performer Tony Turner (Ronald Sayers). Performer Tim Welton (Will Sprightly).
9 Oct 02 to 19 Oct 02New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
listing details L0640626872

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