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Performance

VenueRose Theatre Kingston
TownKingston
CountySurrey
From22nd February 2018
Opened28th February 2018
To17th March 2018
When19:30. Fri 20:00. Thu,Sat Mats 14:30
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Curtains

CurtainsT1883362914
It is Ida's eighty-sixth birthday - a milestone she would rather not have reached. Her family has gathered to celebrate with a birthday tea. After tea is cleared the family disperse leaving Katherine remembering a pact she made with Ida not to let her suffer into old age. She helps her out of her misery and into the next world. Returning to find a mercy-killer in the house the family proceed to reveal a panorama of English more at their hilarious worst. This triple award-winning play was presented at London's Whitehall Theatre.
Author Stephen Bill


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Company

Presented byRose Theatre Kingston
Director Lindsay Posner
Design Peter McKintosh
Lighting Paul Pyant
Music Isobel Waller-Bridge
Sound Isobel Waller-Bridge
Director Ginny Schiller (casting director)
Performer Leo Bill (Michael)
Performer Caroline Catz (Susan)
Performer Jonathan Coy (Geofrey)
Performer Tim Dutton (Douglas)
Performer Wendy Nottingham (Margaret)
Performer Saskia Reeves (Katherine)
Performer Sandra Voe (Ida)
Performer Marjorie Yates (Mrs Jackson)

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