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Performance

VenueHome Theatre
TownManchester
CountyGreater Manchester
From14th May 2015
Opened21st May 2015
To13th June 2015
When19:30. May 23,27,30 Mats at 14:00
What is currently on at Home Theatre (V1858052535)

The Funfair

T01657092427
Adapted by Simon Stephens
Author Odon von Horvath (Kasimir and Karoline)


Archive :: production:T01657092427, play:S1720624644, venue:V1858052535

Production details

Originally set one night during the Oktoberfest in 1929, Stephens' adaptation draws clear parallels between the political tensions of the period, around the time of the Wall Street Crash and its global implications, to today's social uncertainties, yet still finds plenty of dry humour in the bright lights of a busy funfair.

Company

Presented byHOME
Director Walter Meierjohann
Design Ti Green
Music Dave Price
Choreographer Imogen Knight
Lighting Mike Gunning
Sound Peter Rice
Design Louis Price (video)
DramaturgPetra Jane Tauscher
Director George Want (assistant)
Director Louis Hammond (casting)
Performer Ben Batt (Cash)
Performer Katie Moore (Caroline)
Performer Ian Bartholomew (Billy Smoke)
Performer Christopher Wright (Davy Spear)
Performer Chris Jack (Ringmaster)
Performer Kate Dobson (Maria)
Performer CiCi Howells (Juanita)
Performer Sally Hodgkiss (Elli)
Performer Victoria Gee (Esther)
Performer James Lusted (narrator/Tiny)
Performer Rhodri Meilir (Chase)
Performer Max Runham (Funfair band)
Performer Michael Ryan (Frankie Marr)

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