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For Services Rendered archiveFifteen years after Armistice day Leonard Ardsley remarks: "I think the world is turning the corner... This old England of ours isn't done yet." Written in 1932, For Services Rendered poignantly dramatises provincial middle class English life in the depression after the Great War. Set in the picturesque Kentish village of Rambleton, it becomes a metaphor for the shattering effect of the Great War on British society. Written by a man who experienced first hand the horrors of this catastrophic conflict whilst serving as part of an ambulance unit behind Allied lines, the play asks what has happened to "the land fit for heroes' promised by Lloyd George. This scathing anti-comedy was described in 1932 by the Daily Express as: "a play of malevolent propaganda". It is now recognised as the dramatic masterpiece of one of the 20th century's most successful writers of prose and drama.

Author Somerset Maugham.

Archive listings for For Services Rendered

Work type: Play.


Director Tom Littler. Design Louie Whitemore. Costume Emily Stuart. Lighting Ali Hunter. Sound Yvonne Gilbert. Performer Jotham Annan (Collie Stratton). Performer Burt Caesar (Howard Bartlett). Performer Sally Cheng (Lois Ardsley). Performer Richard Derrington (Leonard Ardsley). Performer Jim Findley (Dr Prentice). Performer Diane Fletcher (Charlotte Ardsley). Performer Aoife Kennan (Gertrude). Performer Michael Lumsden (Wilfred Cedar). Performer Rachel Pickup (Eva Ardsley). Performer Viss Elliott Safavi (Gwen Cedar). Performer Leah Whitaker (Ethel Bartlett).
4 Sep 19 to 5 Oct 19Jermyn Street Theatre, Inner London :: V207
listing details L1741897374


Presented byThe Questors.
2 Nov 18 to 10 Nov 18Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L01823002477


Director Alec Walters.
15 Sep 18 to 22 Sep 18Chesil Theatre, Winchester :: V784
listing details L0682311835


Corporate Sponsor SieMatic. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Howard Davies. Director Jake Smith (associate director). Design William Dudley. Lighting Mark Henderson. Sound Mike Walker. Director Hancock-Sevenson (casting). Performer Justine Mitchell (Eva). Performer David Annen. Performer Anthony Calf. Performer Sam Callis. Performer simon Chandler. Performer Nick Fletcher. Performer Stella Gonet.
31 Jul 15 to 5 Sep 15Minerva Theatre, Chichester :: V1310317653
listing details L0104976


Company Vital Signs Theatre. Director James Bounds. Design Kelli Des Jarlais. Sound Fergus Waldron. Lighting Christopher Nairne. Performer Eliza Hunt. Performer Chris Birch. Performer Jonathan Peck. Performer Pamela Banks. Performer Sally Preston. Performer Lucy Lill. Performer William Kempsell. Performer Robert Maskell. Performer Jill Stanford. Performer Benjamin Noble. Performer Jon McKenna. Performer Victoria Lowe.
5 Jul 11 to 23 Jul 11Union Theatre, Inner London :: V1167
listing details L1923187235


Producer The Watermill. Director Edward Hall. Design Francis O'Connor. Lighting Oliver Fenwick. Sound Chris Full. Performer Polly Adams (Charlotte Ardsley). Performer Tom Beard (Collie Stratton). Performer Richard Clothier (Sydney Ardsley). Performer Lucy Fleming (Gwen Cedar). Performer Christopher Good (Dr Prentice). Performer Olivia Llewellyn (Lois Ardsley). Performer Abigail McKern (Eva Ardsley). Performer John Nettleton (Leonard Ardsley). Performer Issy van Randwyck (Ethel Bartlett). Performer Yvonne Riley (Gertrude). Performer Simon Slater (Howard Bartlett). Performer David Yelland (Wilfred Cedar).
7 Mar 07 to 14 Apr 07The Watermill Theatre, Newbury :: V733
listing details L0713682193


Producer London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Director John Link. Design Kara Zeigon.
11 Jul 06Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764
listing details L0867905838
4 Jul 06 to 12 Jul 06LAMDA, Inner London :: V838624816
listing details L1517113253

Other listings

19 Apr 19 to 27 Apr 19The Maddermarket, Norwich :: V71
listing details L02115074515

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