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The Railway Children archiveWhen father mysteriously disappears at Christmas, Roberta, Peter and Phyllis leave London for a new life in the Kent countryside. Discovering a railway at the end of the garden is just the first step to many adventures! The Railway Children website.

Book by E Nesbitt.

Archive listings for The Railway Children

Work type: Play.

T479652693

Director Paul Green.
22 Jan 20 to 25 Jan 20NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
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29 Nov 18 to 13 Dec 18Redgrave Theatre, Bristol :: V858
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Producer Nick Brooke Ltd. Producer Exeter Northcott Theatre. Adapted by Dave Simpson.
31 Oct 17 to 5 Nov 17Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury :: V1452754579
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3 Oct 17 to 8 Oct 17Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
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26 Sep 17 to 1 Oct 17Churchill Theatre, Bromley :: V302
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19 Sep 17 to 24 Sep 17Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
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11 Sep 17 to 16 Sep 17Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153
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22 Aug 17 to 27 Aug 17Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
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8 Aug 17 to 13 Aug 17Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
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31 Jul 17 to 5 Aug 17Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
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25 Jul 17 to 30 Jul 17The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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26 Jun 17 to 1 Jul 17Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
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15 Jun 17 to 25 Jun 17Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
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T0918773351

Adapted by Janys Chambers. Director Eizabeth Newman. Performer Nicoe Lecky (Mother). Performer Harry Long (Father). Performer Michael Peavoy (Perks). Performer Robert Jackson (Gentleman in Top Hat).
17 Aug 17 to 19 Aug 17Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480
listing details L01458438408

T0879878012

The cast also includes a children's ensemble made up of four teams of ten children aged between 8 and 16.Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Damian Cruden. Design Jo Scotcher. Lighting Richard G Jones. Sound Craig Vear. Music Christopher Madin. Performer Martin Barrass (Mr Perks). Performer Shaun McCourt (Jim). Performer Adam Collier. Performer Alan Drake. Performer Julie Gilby. Performer Suzy Cooper (Mother). Performer Sophie Ablett (Bobbie). Performer Matt Jessup (Peter). Performer Beth Lilly (Phyllis). Performer Justin Fletcher (Mrs Perks). Performer Peter Gardiner (Doctor/Butler). Performer Connie Hyde (Mrs Viney). Performer Blair Plant (Father/Schepansky). Performer Moray Treadwell (Old Gentleman). Performer Helen Brampton (ensemble).
16 Dec 14 to 8 Jan 17King's Cross Theatre, Inner London :: V02011239465
listing details L179676645

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25 Oct 16 to 26 Oct 16Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537
listing details L1634506232

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Company ALOC.
4 Oct 16 to 7 Oct 16Borough Theatre, Abergavenny :: V839
listing details L01890726022

T0933939027

A new adaptation of one of the best children's stories ever told, created by pupils from Ysgol Trelogan and Ysgol Brynffordd in Flintshire and Rhos Street School in Denbighshire, working in partnership with award-winning professional theatre writer/director Janys Chambers.Presented byFlintshire Schools. Director Janys Chambers.
15 Jul 16Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
listing details L810111708

T0456777282

Author Stephen Kingsbury. Author Ben Sleep. Company Talking Scarlet.
22 Jun 16 to 25 Jun 16Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764
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25 May 16 to 28 May 16Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
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Adapted by Stephen Kingsbury. Adapted by Ben Sleep.
30 May 16 to 4 Jun 16Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
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23 Apr 16Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
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T02035869732

Producer The Watermill. Adapted by Beth Flintoff. Director Heidi Bird.
6 Apr 16 to 9 Apr 16The Watermill Theatre, Newbury :: V733
listing details L1908900647

T1499756698

Producer Warehouse Theatre Ilminster. Director Alison Haines.
10 Dec 15 to 19 Dec 15The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster :: V0762277966
listing details L01476596835

T1043596243

ALL ABOARD! The stunning adaptation of E. Nesbit's classic novel returns to the National Railway Museum for Summer 2015. Set in a new, purpose built 1000 seater venue, this breathtaking show, featuring the original locomotive from the film version of The Railway Children, is a truly unique theatrical experienceAdapted by Mike Kenny. Producer The York Theatre Royal (in association with the National Railway Museum). Director Damian Cruden. Design Jo Scotcher. Lighting Richard G. Jones. Sound Craig Vear. Music Christopher Madin. Performer Jeremy Swift. Performer Caroline Harker. Performer Louise Calf. Performer Clare Corbett. Performer Jack Hardwick. Performer Martin Barrass (Mr Perks). Performer Rozzi Nicholson Lailey (Bobby). Performer Izaak Cainer (Peter). Performer Beth Lily (Phyllis). Performer Andrina Carroll (Mother). Performer Rob Angell (Father). Performer Jacqueline Naylor (Mrs Vinny). Performer Elianne Bryne (Mrs Perks).
31 Jul 15 to 5 Sep 15Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L808876122

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Suitable for ages 8+Company Crowd of 2 Theatre.
19 Sep 14Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
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Producer Theatre By the Lake. Adapted by Mike Kenny. Director Ian Forrest. Design Martin Johns.
1 Dec 12 to 19 Jan 13The Theatre By The Lake, Keswick :: V7
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Wrapped in a blanket of nostalgia, this award-winning adaptation delivers the heart and soul of E. Nesbit's timeless classic. With inspirational storytelling and uplifting music at its core this performance guarantees to have the whole family, whatever their age, on their feet and cheering.Company Heartbreak Productions.
8 Jul 12Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226
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T0983845105

Producer Jenny King. Producer Matthew Gale (for the Touring Consortium - Railway Children). Producer Tristan Baker. Producer Oliver Royds. Producer PW Productions. Producer Sue Scott Davison. Adapted by Mike Kenny. Company York Theatre Royal (in association with the National Railway Museum). Director Damian Cruden. Design Jo Scotcher. Lighting Richard G. Jones. Music Christopher Madin. Sound Craig Vear. Performer Mark Benton (Mr Perks). Performer Pandora Clifford (Mother). Performer David Baron (Old Gentleman). Performer Mark Holgate (Jim). Performer Elizabeth Keats (Mrs Perks). Performer Tim Lewis (Peter). Performer Stephen Beckett (Father/Doctor). Performer Amy Noble (Roberta). Performer Blair Plant (Shepansky). Performer Amanda Prior (Mrs Viney/Cook). Performer Grace Rowe (Phyllis). Performer Francesca Ellis. Performer Felicity Houlbrooke. Performer James Rigby.
18 Jun 11 to 8 Jan 12Waterloo Station, Inner London :: V01137642283
listing details L0585755447

T01707833015

To coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Academy Award nominated film, Mike Kenny’s new adaptation of E. Nesbit’s novel The Railway Children will be performed at a unique venue at Waterloo Station in the former Eurostar terminal. The auditorium, created especially for this production, will be built with the audience seated either side of the original railway track, with the action taking place both on the track and on the platforms either side. The production, which uses the old Gentleman’s saloon carriage from the original classic film, will also feature a period steam train from the National Railway Museum in York. Supported by Arts Council England. WebsiteProducer Jenny King. Producer Matthew Gale (for the Touring Consortium - Railway Children). Producer Tristan Baker. Producer Oliver Royds. Producer PW Productions. Producer Sue Scott Davison. Company York Theatre Royal (in association with the National Railway Museum). Director Damian Cruden. Design Jo Scotcher. Lighting Richard G. Jones. Music Christopher Madin. Sound Craig Vear. Performer Caroline Harker (Mother). Performer Marshall Lancaster (Mr Perks). Performer David Baron (Old Gentleman). Performer Nicholas Bishop (Peter). Performer Louisa Clein (Phyllis). Performer Elizabeth Keates (Mrs Perks). Performer Steven Kynman (Jim). Performer Roger May (Father/Doctor). Performer Blair Plant (Shepansky). Performer Amanda Prior (Mrs Viney). Performer Sarah Quintrell (Roberta). Performer Grace Rowe. Performer Mat Ruttle.
4 Jul 10 to 2 Jan 11General, Inner London :: V1231
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Other listings

16 Mar 20 to 22 Mar 20Alive Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn :: V68
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28 Feb 19 to 2 Mar 19Medway Little Theatre, Rochester :: V0721343788
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20 Dec 18 to 22 Dec 18Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817
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25 Oct 17 to 28 Oct 17South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
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10 Aug 16Gaiety Theatre, Ayr :: V591
listing details L980329256
7 Apr 16Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury :: V1452754579
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6 Apr 16The Blake Theatre, Monmouth :: V01814889188
listing details L1608945650
3 Dec 13 to 7 Dec 13The Concordia Theatre, Hinckley :: V1180
listing details L0791432527

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