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Performance

VenueLiverpool Playhouse
Other spaces: for listings see Everyman & Playhouse
TownLiverpool
CountyMerseyside
From29th April 2014
To3rd May 2014
When19:30 (except Wed Apr14 30). Thu Mat 13:30. Sat Mat 14:00
PricesFrom £12.00. To £23.00.
What is currently on at Liverpool Playhouse (V536)

An August Bank Holiday Lark

T326909529
It's an idyllic summer in 1914 rural Lancashire. Excitement is building for Wakes week; a rest from field and mill and a celebration of the Rushbearing Festival with singing, courting, drinking and dancing. The looming war barely registers... but it will. An August Bank Holiday Lark is a gentle, deeply moving drama poised at the tipping point of war. Intensely nostalgic and emotionally rich, this is a story that will both entertain and tug at your heart strings.
Author Deborah McAndrew


Archive :: production:T326909529, play:S02012166472, venue:V536

Production details

Age recommendation: 12+

Company

Company Northern Broadsides
Presented byNew Vic Newcastle-under-Lyme
Director Barrie Rutter
Design Lis Evans
Lighting Mark Howland
Musical Director Conrad Nelson
Performer Emily Butterfield (Mary Farrar)
Performer Elizabeth Eves (Alice Armitage)
Performer Sophia Hatfield (Edie Stapleton)
Performer Darren Kuppan (Frank Armitage)
Performer Jack Quarton (Edward Farrar)
Performer Lauryn Redding (Susie Hughes)
Performer Russell Richardson (Dick Shaw)
Performer Brett Lee Roberts (Alan Ramsden)
Performer Barrie Rutter (John Farrar)
Performer Andrew Whitehead (Jim Haworth)
Performer Ben Burman (William Farrar)
Performer Mark Thomas (Herbert Tweddle)

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