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Dear Brutus archiveJ M Barrie's Dear Brutus (originally written in 1917) is both a whimsical comedy and an explosion of the cruel and dangerous side of relationships. Set in the Edwardian era, and with echoes of A Midsummer Night's Dream with its woodland setting, Midsummer's eve and Shakespearean references, Dear Brutus is the perfect companion piece to the 1596 story of love, fairies, potions, mischief and theatrical mayhem. Dear Brutus tells the story of Lob - an ancient old man, who invites a group of guests to stay in his house on Midsummer's Eve. The guests are told of a mysterious wood which only appears once a year and their sense of adventure leads them to go in search of it and experience their lives as if they had a second chance.

Author J M Barrie.

Archive listings for Dear Brutus

Work type: Play.


Director Jonathan O'Boyle. Design Anna Reid. Lighting Peter Harrison. Sound Max Perryment. Performer Helen Bradbury. Performer Charlotte Brimble. Performer Emma Davies. Performer Robin Hooper. Performer Josie Kidd. Performer Bathsheba Piepe. Performer Simon Rhodes. Performer Miles Richardson. Performer Edward Sayer. Performer Venice van Someren. Performer James Woolley.
29 Nov 17 to 30 Dec 17Southwark Playhouse, Inner London :: V226
listing details L0477594855


Producer Nadine's Window. Director Nadine Hanwell. Lighting Andrew Nasrat. Performer Ashley Bates. Performer Susie Fairbrother. Performer Olivia Hunter. Performer Jacky Kent. Performer Valerie Maitland. Performer Harry Saks. Performer Maxine Scholfield. Performer Stuart Sessions. Performer Nina Voelker. Performer Robert Hartley Wainwright. Performer Henry A.Winkler.
12 Jul 11 to 17 Jul 11Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169
listing details L01627854337


Company Cygnet Company.
1 Jul 11Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis :: V1001
listing details L0602349829
23 Jun 11 to 25 Jun 11Cygnet Theatre (formerly New Theatre), Exeter :: V0135900169
listing details L01461311233


Producer Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Director Wyn Jones. Design Susannah Henry. Lighting Paul Colwell.
3 Feb 11 to 7 Feb 11Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L0850273674


Company Kickline. Music Julian Slade. Lyrics Kit Hesketh-Harvey.
25 Sep 07 to 29 Sep 07Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
listing details L01300383234


Company Playhouse Production. Director Richard Baron. Design Edward Lipscomb. Lighting Mark Pritchard. Adapted by Jeremy Sams. Sound Jon Beales. Choreographer Rita Henderson. Performer Angus Lennie. Performer Hugh Lee. Performer Martin Herdman. Performer Veronica Leer. Performer Justine Mitchell. Performer Janet Michael. Performer Roy Boutcher. Performer Sandra Duncan. Performer Sarah Hadland. Performer Katherine Igoe. Performer Gareth Thomas.
29 Sep 00 to 21 Oct 00Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
listing details L2080478947


Director Stephanie Sinclair Crawford. Adapted by Stephanie Sinclair Crawford. Design Roy Bell. Lighting David Kidd. Music Felix and Naomi Bell. Performer Ken Parry. Performer Mark Eden. Performer Nicola Ball. Performer Grant Burgin. Performer James Clarkson. Performer Angela Ellis. Performer Natasha Joseph. Performer Celia Montague. Performer Emily Stott.
4 Nov 97 to 30 Nov 97The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235
listing details L01405112078

Other listings

26 Apr 17 to 29 Apr 17Keble O'Reilly Theatre, Oxford :: V562096995
listing details L01223792099

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