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Heartbreak House archiveGeorge Bernard Shaw's Heartbreak House is a comedy about the deceptions and meaningless pursuits of England's ruling class and an entertaining political commentary about what happens when socialites, tycoons and drifters collide in the pre-World War I British countryside. Expect the unexpected in this rare revival.

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Author: George Bernard Shaw

Archive listings for Heartbreak House

Work type: Play.

T0743509537

Company The Phil Willmott Company. Director Phil Willmott. Performer Helen Anker (Hesione Hushabye). Performer Lianne Harvey (Ellie Dunn). Performer Toby Spearpoint (Randal Utterward). Performer Ben Porter (Manzini Dunn). Performer J P Turner (Boss Manghan). Performer Mat Betteridge (Hector Hushabye). Performer Francesca Burgoyne (Lady Utterward). Performer James Horne (Captain Shotover). Performer Alison Mead (Nurse Guinness). Performer Richard Harfst (The Burglar).
4 Jan 18 to 3 Feb 18Union Theatre, Inner London :: V1167
listing details L1528566294

T01736070001

Corporate Sponsor Thomas Eggar. Producer Festival Theatre. Director Richard Clifford. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Peter Mumford. Music Jason Carr. Director Gabrielle Dawes (casting). Performer Derek Jacobi (Captain Shotover). Performer Emma Fielding (Hesione Hushabye). Performer George Layton (Billy Dunn). Performer Ronald Pickup (Mazzini Dunn). Performer Jo Stone-Fewings (Randall Utterwood). Performer Fiona Button (Ellie Dunn). Performer Raymond Coulthard (Hector Hushabye). Performer Sara Stewart (Ariadne Utterwood). Performer Trevor Cooper (Boss Mangan). Performer Maroussia Frank (Nurse Guinness).
6 Jul 12 to 25 Aug 12Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719
listing details L0217475706

T239002763

Director Harry Meacher.
2 Jun 09 to 27 Jun 09Pentameters, Inner London :: V217
listing details L568936178

T1673724786

Producer Pitlochry Festival Theatre.
17 Jul 08 to 17 Oct 08Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Pitlochry :: V638
listing details L595689685

T0875346950

Student production
20 May 08 to 24 May 08OFS Studio (previously known as Old Fire Station Theatre), Oxford :: V800
listing details L1733976189

T0888765402

Producer Watford Palace. Director Indhu Rubasingham. Design Dick Bird. Sound Matt McKenzie. Lighting Oliver Fenwick. Performer Teresa Banham. Performer Jack Carr. Performer Laura Elphinstone. Performer Ian Hogg. Performer David Killick. Performer Dale Rapley. Performer Suzan Sylvester. Performer Martin Turner. Performer Susan Twist. Performer Howard Ward.
22 Mar 07 to 14 Apr 07Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
listing details L1448741081

T01237841191

Director Christopher Morahan. Design John Gunter. Costume Elizabeth Waller. Lighting Peter Mumford. Music Ilona Sekacz. Sound Gregory Clarke. Performer Joss Ackland (Captain Shotover). Performer Clare Higgins (Hesione Hushabye). Performer Anna Carteret (Lady Utterword). Performer Christopher Benjamin (Boss Mangan). Performer Arthur White (the Burglar). Performer Timothy Davies (Randall Utterword). Performer Robert East (Hector Hushabye). Performer Mark Kingston (Mazzini Dunn). Performer Eleanor McCready (Nurse Guinness). Performer Susannah Wise (Ellie Dunn).
24 May 00 to 12 Aug 00Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719
listing details L0600566472

T0356134950

Director Ann Stutfield.
to 20 Jun 98Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L1622774375

T902579155

Director David Hare. Performer Emma Fielding. Performer Richard Griffiths. Performer Patricia Hodge. Performer Carmel McSharry. Performer Malcolm Sinclair. Performer Penelope Wilton. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Mark Henderson. Lighting Neil Austen. Music Nick Bicat. Sound John A Leonard. Performer John Bowe. Performer Simon Dutton.
14 Aug 97 to 11 Oct 97Almeida Theatre, West End :: V166
listing details L2015123981

T2029604581

Company Michael Friend Productions. Director Michael Friend. Performer Nadia Chambers. Performer Pamela Binns. Performer Richard Owens. Performer Tricia Hitchcock. Performer Cheryl Kennedy. Performer Nicholas Evans. Performer Robert Purdy. Performer Peter Greenspan. Performer Paul Ansdell. Performer Terence Denville. Lighting Leigh Porter.
23 Sep 97 to 27 Sep 97Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L1896905111
3 Jun 97 to 7 Jun 97Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield :: V425
listing details L01005702048

Other listings

18 Jun 97Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond :: V944
listing details L58370425

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