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VenueSavoy Theatre
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From25th September 2001
Opened9th October 2001
To3rd November 2001
WhenMon-Sat 19:30, Wed (from Oct 17) and Sat Mats 14:30
PricesFrom £12.50. To £35.00.
What is currently on at Savoy Theatre (V414)


Based on a true story, Antarctica is set in April 1912 when Captain Scott was struggling to the South Pole. It is about the six men who found themselves cut off from the expedition in a place they called 'Inexpressible Island'. With no winter clothing, only seven weeks of rations and six months away from the advent of spring, the men face the biggest challenge of all, their fight for survival.
Author David S Young

Archive :: production:T1276892101, play:S1493606740, venue:V414

Production details


Producer Joseph Winogradoff
Other Andrew Fell (general management)
Director Richard Rose
Design Rae Smith
Lighting Bruno Poet
Sound Christopher Shutt
Performer Mark Bazeley (Lt Campbell)
Performer Stephen Boxer (Priestly)
Performer Darrell D'Silva (Abbott)
Performer Jason Flemyng (Browning)
Performer Eddie Marsan (Dickason)
Performer Ronan Vibert (Dr Levick)

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