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VenueQueen Mother Theatre
From10th July 2001
To14th July 2001
What is currently on at Queen Mother Theatre (V46)

The Fair Maid of the West or A Girl Worth Gold

Bess Bridges, a serving girl in a Plymouth tavern is in love with Captain Spencer who is about to embark on an expedition to the Azores. He is reported dead so the grief-stricken Bess decides to go and bring his body home. Disguised as a man she buys a ship, hires a crew and sets sail. Of course nothing goes right and she has to face storms, mutiny, sea bandits and even a Moroccan king. A superb romp.
Author Thomas Heywood

Archive :: production:T1176832082, play:S1721795893, venue:V46

Production details

To be performed in the Dell.


Company The Bancroft Players
Director Rory Reynolds
Director Keith Swainston

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