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Performance

VenueNew Vic Theatre
Other spaces: Stephen Joseph Room, Theatre in the Round
TownNewcastle-under-Lyme
CountyStaffordshire
From17th June 2011
Opened21st June 2011
To30th July 2011
When19:30. Jun 25, Jul 30 Mats 14:15
PricesFrom £9.50. To £18.50.
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The Admirable Crichton

T0602521588
When the aristocratic Loam family are marooned on a desert island, together with a party of friends, servants and their ever loyal butler, Crichton, they must all look to their mettle. That a natural leader should emerge under such trying circumstances might be expected. However, the identity of the individual in question proves to be rather more of a surprise.
Author J M Barrie


Archive :: production:T0602521588, play:S2191, venue:V119

Special Performances


  • 19 Jul 11 Captioned
  • 30 Jul 11 Audio Described

Reviews

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Company

Producer New Vic Theatre
Other Fiona Kelcher (script editor)
Director Theresa Heskins
Design Michael Holt
Lighting Daniella Beattie
Sound James Earls-Davis
Other Mark Langley (voice coach)
Choreographer Beverley Edmunds
Music Howard Gray (musical advisor)
Other Anji Carroll CDG (casting associate)
Performer Joanna Brookes (Lady Brocklehurst)
Performer Matt Connor (Rev Treherne)
Performer Richard Elfyn (Rolleston / Naval Officer)
Performer Victoria Gee (Tweeny)
Performer Paul Greenwood (Lord Loam)
Performer Oliver J Hembrough (Hon Ernest Woolley)
Performer Joanna Higson (Lady Agatha)
Performer Michael Hugo (Lord Brocklehurst)
Performer Louise Kempton (Lady Mary)
Performer Emma Noakes (Lady Catherine)
Performer Andrew Pollard (Crichton)
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