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The Three Musketeers archiveD'Artagnan and Constance defeat the evil machinations of Cardinal Richelieu as the guillotine blade falls on the hapless bourgeoisie.

Book by Alexandre Dumas.

Archive listings for The Three Musketeers

Work type: Play.

A Comedy Adventure - T01460463745

Company Le Navet Bete.
7 Feb 20 to 8 Feb 20Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L02095221926
4 Oct 19 to 5 Oct 19The Civic, Barnsley :: V959
listing details L278053664


Company Baroque Theatre Company.
20 Oct 17Century Theatre, Coalville :: V0111568696
listing details L2130131683


Company Playgoers New Generation.
9 Mar 17 to 11 Mar 17Dolman Theatre, Newport :: V843
listing details L2131276252


Company Cyphers Theatre Company. Adapted by Marcus J. Bazley. Design Caitlin Abbott. Musical Director John Henderson. Performer Will Holyhead (d'Artagnan). Performer Paul Anthoney (Athos). Performer Howard Horner (Porthos). Performer Marcus J. Bazley (Aramis).
28 Nov 16 to 1 Dec 16Pleasance, Inner London :: V276
listing details L01600769120


Company Maltings Youth Theatre.
12 Nov 15 to 14 Nov 15The Maltings, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V986
listing details L01809975266


Company Interalia Theatre.
30 Oct 14 to 1 Nov 14Ferneham Hall, Fareham :: V767
listing details L01981789060


Adapted by Willis Hall. Director Martin Humphrey.
8 Jul 14 to 12 Jul 14Chesil Theatre, Winchester :: V784
listing details L834827342


All for one and one for all, as the saying goes! Often hilarious and always thrilling, this explosive tale of kings and queens, diamonds and swords is full of romantic heroes and swashbuckling heroines. But the life of a Musketeer can be more brutal than you think. Enter a world where the most dangerous player is a mysterious female with all the cards in her hand and where outsider D’Artagnan has nothing to show for himself but courage and an open heart. He will do anything to prove himself her equal. But at what price? Join the Unicorn Ensemble as they tumble, chase, rage and gleefully flirt their way through Alexandre Dumas’ magnificent novel at breakneck speed.Producer Unicorn Theatre. Company Unicorn Ensemble. Adapted by Carl Miller. Director Rosamunde Hutt. Design Christopher Faulds. Lighting Ian Scott. Music Lewis Gibson. Director Dan O'Neill (movement). Director Rachel Bown-Williams (fight). Director Ruth Cooper-Brown (fight). Director Liam Lane (assistant). Other John Cockerill (fight captain). Performer Samanta Adams (Porthos/Kitty/Queen). Performer John Cockerill (Aramis/Planchet/Cardinal). Performer Julie Hewlett (Milady). Performer Liam Lane (D'Artagnan). Performer Eric Nzaramba (Rochefert/Athos/Buckingham). Performer Amaka Okafor (Landlady/Monsieur de Treville/Jussac/Felton/Constance).
2 Apr 11 to 8 May 11Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V103615241
listing details L1291103621


Producer Haymarket Ensemble. Adapted by Shaun Prendergast. Director Alasdair Ramsay. Director Alice Barlett. Director Paul Benzing (fight). Design Elroy Ashmore. Director Christopher Dickins (music). Lighting Simon Hutchings. Performer Matthew Rixon (Athos). Performer Christopher Dickins (Aramis). Performer Toby Gaffney (Porthos). Performer Oliver Boot (D'Artagnan). Performer Ron Meadows (Cardinal Richelieu). Performer Phoebe Soteriades (Milady de Winter). Performer Tom Bevan (Rochefort).
5 Dec 03 to 10 Jan 04Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764
listing details L1970297828


Company East 15 Acting School.
11 Dec 03Lakeside Theatre, Colchester :: V36
listing details L01991081263


Company Maltings Youth Theatre. Adapted by Willis Hall.
10 Apr 03 to 12 Apr 03The Maltings, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V986
listing details L931472691


Comedy suspense and intrigue abound as the high spirited heroes parry in the palaces, duel in the dungeons, and fill the air with cries of 'all for one and one for all'. Suitable for all family audiences, and filled with singing, participation and some jolly good laughs, the Three Musketeers will bring a thrill of theatrical satisfaction to even the most dastardly of hearts.Company Proteus. Adapted by James Barry. Director Mark Helyar. Design Sam Pine. Performer Geoff Gibbons. Performer Matt Phillips. Performer Kate Russell-Smith.
18 Jan 02Old Town Hall Arts Centre, Hemel Hempstead :: V45
listing details L01228840353
16 Jan 02Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431
listing details L1878135049
15 Jan 02The Maltings, Farnham :: V701
listing details L445559331
22 Dec 01West End Centre, Aldershot :: V762
listing details L0322282451
28 Nov 01 to 1 Dec 01Central Studio, Basingstoke :: V1653972821
listing details L01859204382


Company Theatre Royal Company. Adapted by Richard Hurford. Director Damian Cruden. Director Richard Ryan (fight). Design Dawn Allsopp. Lighting Wayne Dowdeswell. Director Christopher Madin (music). Choreographer Shelia Carter. Performer Martin Barrass. Performer Tim Welton. Performer John Banks. Performer Phoebe Soteriades. Performer John Kirk. Performer Richard Ashton. Performer Matthew Rixon. Performer Oliver Boot. Performer Lucy Chalkley. Performer Anna Northam. Performer John Paul Connolly. Performer James Lauren.
28 Jul 01 to 1 Sep 01Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L1226626216


Company The Young Vic Theatre. Director Julian Webber. Design Dick Bird. Lighting Adam Silverman. Costume Sue Blane. Music David Benke. Choreographer Jane Gibson. Performer David Bailie. Performer Palli Beck. Performer Candida Benson. Performer Ralph Casson. Performer Teo Ghil. Performer Stuart Goodwin. Performer Graham O'Mara. Performer Ivy Omere. Performer Daniel Poyser. Performer Bruni Munoz Rojas. Performer Phil Rowson. Performer Tony Tarrats.
22 Nov 00 to 20 Jan 01The Young Vic, West End :: V245
listing details L1916435671


Three dashing heroes appear from the crowd...the musketeers of old legend spring boldly from the [Dumas] tale as a swash-buckling adventure unfolds, where musketeer egos can be easily bruised and shadowy villains plan dastardly deeds. The Three Musketeers is an energetic show performed outside in Margaret Powell Square involving live music, puppetry, physical story telling and even you the audience. Bring your picnic chair and cushions!
3 Sep 00Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
listing details L681850103


Company Stamford Shoestring Theatre.
3 Jul 00 to 7 Jul 00Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872
listing details L1239217161


Company Wycombe Theatre Company. Director Andrew Potter. Director David Worley (fight).
7 Jan 00 to 15 Jan 00Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749
listing details L0578659293


Adapted by Rob Ballard. Adapted by Eddie Izzard. Director Rob Ballard.
7 Aug 97 to 30 Aug 97General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L0334563762


Company Meteoric Rise Theatre Company.
29 Jul 97 to 31 Jul 97The Edge Arts (formerly the Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts (ICIA)), Bath :: V1031
listing details L403701297

Other listings

12 Jul 19 to 14 Jul 19The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L1813434863
11 Jun 98 to 27 Jun 98Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L01047585341
12 Jul 96 to 24 Aug 96The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L1712537562

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