T1220617664 (ATKINSON19)Company Chapterhouse Theatre Company. Adapted by Laura Turner.
|10 Oct 19||The Atkinson, Southport :: V0485350863|
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T0689370981 (BOAT19)Company Identity Theatre.
|24 Jul 19 to 27 Jul 19||BOAT (Brighton Open Air Theatre), Brighton :: V1621432169|
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T01721752451 (PLYM19)And for the paranormally curious amongst us, test your nerves with our spooky reinvention of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. Join S.S.I.P.P, or the Society of Scientific Investigation into Paranormal Phenomena, as we reach through the veil to contact the wandering spirits of infamous Cathy and Heathcliff. Set on the stark Yorkshire moors in the ruin believed to have inspired the story of Wuthering Heights, this tale of passion and possession is sure to give you chills...
|24 Jul 19||General, Plymouth :: V1349|
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T586822672 (PENLEEPARK19)Company Heartbreak Theatre.
|23 Jul 19||Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259|
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T772712704 (EVERYMANCHELTENHAM17)Company Hotbuckly Productions Theatre Company. Adapted by Adrian Preater. Director Adrian Preater.
|9 Jun 18 to 10 Jun 18||Dorchester Arts Centre, Dorchester :: V1068|
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|29 May 18||Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537|
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|24 May 18 to 26 May 18||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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|10 Nov 17 to 11 Nov 17||Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90|
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T0471285845 (TRWINDSOR17)Presented byWindsor Repertory Festival. Adapted by Charles Vance. Performer Stanley Eldridge. Performer Mark Laverty.
|27 Jun 17 to 1 Jul 17||Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742|
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T01990833154 (MAC16)Chapterhouse Theatre Company is proud to present Emily Bronte's classic love story set on the beautiful, mysterious wilderness of the Yorkshire moors. This treasured story of enduring love and passion has thrilled and entranced for generations and is now brought alive on stage in an adaptation by award winning writer Laura Turner and presented at some of the most beautiful open-air venues across the UK and Ireland. Can Catherine and Heathcliff's everlasting love bring happiness or will the very forces of nature and the moors tear them apart? Join Chapterhouse Theatre Company with family and friends for an evening of unforgettable theatre under the stars.Company Chapterhouse Theatre Company. Adapted by Laura Turner. Director Rebecca Gadsby. Director Sarah Gain (assistant).
|19 Jun 16||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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|9 Jun 16||The Spotlight (formerly Broxbourne Civic Hall), Hoddesdon :: V47|
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T0982167787 (AMBASSADORS15)Being performed in repertoire with 'Consesual' and 'The Merchant of Venice'. Part of the National Youth 2015 Season.Lecturer Stephanie Street. Presented byNational Youth Theatre. Director Emily Lim.
|25 Sep 15 to 4 Dec 15||The Ambassadors Theatre, West End :: V382|
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T1700534566 (RONDO14)Company Live Wire Theatre Co.. Company Butterfly Psyche. Adapted by Dougie Blaxland. Director Jazz Hazelwood. Performer Alison Campbell. Performer Jeremy Fowlds.
|13 Mar 15||Dorchester Arts Centre, Dorchester :: V1068|
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|23 Oct 14 to 25 Oct 14||General, Bristol :: V11060188|
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|9 Oct 14||General, Bristol :: V11060188|
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|17 Sep 14 to 27 Sep 14||The Rondo, Bath :: V855|
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T0937103234 (NORTHWALL14)Four performers explore their experiences of being men in this bold, award-winning, all male interpretation of Emily Bronte's seminal text. As they recall the dark expanses of the Yorkshire moors, they sing together, full-throated, and dance optimistically to the howling tones of Kate BushPresented byThe Arches. Presented byPeter McMaster.
|25 Nov 14 to 27 Nov 14||Contact Theatre, Manchester :: V483|
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|23 Sep 14||The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866|
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T0656360039 (BREWERYKENDAL14)'Featuring overly high drama, romantic violence, a touch of Yorkshire bleakness and a few alternative endings, Peter McMaster's award-winning, all-male performance revisits and re-imagines the landscapes and characters of Emily Bronte's seminal text. Focusing particularly on Heathcliff's mysterious disappearance from the moors, and his subsequent return as 'a man', four performers explore what it means to be a man living in the world today and consider how the lives and aspirations of men have changed since the book's publication 200 years ago. What should be left to history? And what should we hold onto as we move forward into the 21st century?Director Peter McMaster. Performer Murray Wason. Performer Chris Hall. Performer Nick Anderson. Performer Thom Scullion.
|20 Sep 14||Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655|
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|17 Sep 14||Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6|
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|1 Sep 14 to 5 Sep 14||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
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T1412387776 (LINCOLNDRILL14)Chapterhouse Theatre Company is proud to present Emily Bronte's classic love story set on the beautiful, mysterious wilderness of the Yorkshire moors. This treasured story of enduring love and passion has thrilled and entranced for generations and is now brought alive on stage in an adaptation by award winning writer Laura Turner and presented at some of the most beautiful open-air venues across the UK and Ireland. Can Catherine and Heathcliff's everlasting love bring happiness or will the very forces of nature and the moors tear them apart? Join Chapterhouse Theatre Company with family and friends for an evening of unforgettable theatre under the stars.Producer Richard Main. Company Chapterhouse Theatre Company. Adapted by Laura Turner. Director Rebecca Gadsby. Director Sarah Gain (assistant). Performer Paul Tonkin (Heathcliff). Performer George Weightman (Hindley Earnshaw/Hareton Earnshaw). Performer Graham Hill (Edgar Linton/Linton Heathcliff/Mr Earnshaw). Performer Anna Simmons (Cathy Linton). Performer Helen Fullerton (Nelly Dean). Performer Katy Helps (Catherine Earnshaw). Performer Katherine Astbury (Isabella Linton). Performer Gemma Marsh (Frances Earnshaw).
|10 Sep 14||Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919|
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|7 Sep 14||Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521|
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|6 Sep 14||Gaiety Theatre, Ayr :: V591|
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|4 Sep 14||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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|24 Aug 14||Drill Hall, Lincoln :: V01422328453|
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|9 Jul 14||Gala Theatre, Durham :: V0146218420|
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|4 Jul 14||Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough :: V448|
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T328058616 (IPSWICHGEN14)Company Red Rose Chain Theatre. Director Joanna Carrick. Design Jimmy Grimes. Lighting David Newborn. Music Richard Healey. Performer Daniel Abbott. Performer Anna Doolan. Performer Joel Johnson. Performer Rachael McCormick. Performer Tristan Pate. Performer Laurence Pears.
|8 Aug 14 to 24 Aug 14||General, Ipswich :: V1568855961|
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T01788659922 (ROSEMARYBRANCH14)This brand new production comes from the same team that created the Multi Award Nominated Time Out Critic's Choice Breakfast With Emma (2010) and Sense and Sensibility (2012).Presented byThe Rosemary Branch. Presented byTennison's Quirk (in association with Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud). Adapted by Helen Tennison. Director Helen Tennison. Lighting Tom Richmond. Music Ben Davies. Sound Matt Eaton. Design Hannah Mills. Costume Bryony J. Thompson. Performer Jack Benjamin. Performer Emma Fenney. Performer George Haynes. Performer Lucinda Lloyd. Performer James Hayward. Performer Helen Watkinson.
|2 May 14||Firestation Arts & Culture, Windsor :: V740|
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|8 Apr 14 to 27 Apr 14||The Rosemary Branch, Inner London :: V333|
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|3 Apr 14 to 5 Apr 14||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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T01046129502 (FAIRFIELD13)Producer Ashcroft Theatre. Producer Macho Productions. Director Andrew Lynford. Performer Mark Homer (Heathcliff). Performer Chloe Newsome (Cathy).
|12 Feb 13 to 16 Feb 13||Fairfield Halls, Outer London :: V295|
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T1090001835 (HAFREN11)Producer Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Adapted by Lucy Gough. Director Mark Babych. Design Hannah Clark.
|8 Apr 11||Hafren (formerly Theatre Hafren), Newtown :: V852|
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|22 Mar 11 to 23 Mar 11||Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810|
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T0610740225 (RIVERFRONT11)With support from The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and the Arts Council of Wales.Adapted by Lucy Gough. Producer Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Producer Creu Cymru. Producer Theatr Mwldan. Producer Theatr Brycheiniog. Producer Taliesin Arts Centre. Producer The Riverfront. Director Mark Babych.
|25 Mar 11 to 26 Mar 11||The Riverfront, Newport :: V088145899|
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T1817164042 (HULLTRUCK10)Producer Hull Truck Theatre. Adapted by Jane Thornton. Director John Godber. Design Pip Leckenby. Performer Gaynor Faye (Cathy). Performer Rupert Hill (Heathcliff). Performer Stuart Wade. Performer Fiona Wass. Performer frazer Hammill.
|7 Oct 10 to 23 Oct 10||Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935|
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T01828057069 (TAMASHA09)Brontë’s classic tale of passion, jealousy and revenge makes a seamless transition to the scorched desert landscape of Rajasthan in this irresistible new musical. Shakuntala, headstrong daughter of merchant Singh, falls for Krishan, a street urchin her father brings home. But can their adolescent love withstand India’s rigid social hierarchies, or Shakuntala's yearning for a life of luxury with Vijay? Influenced by a history of Indian cinema, Wuthering Heights is from leading British Asian company, Tamasha - creator of the groundbreaking East is East.Producer Tamasha. Producer Colliseum Theatre (in association with the Lyric Hammersmith).
|9 Jun 09 to 13 Jun 09||Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153|
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|27 May 09 to 30 May 09||Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568|
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T0734152517 (KINGSEDIN08)It is the story of the wildly passionate but doomed love between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw. Their unresolved passion eventually destroys them both and after Catherine's death a tormented Heathcliff embarks on a ruthless vendetta against those who had prevented them from being together. Set in the wilds of Yorkshire this fierce vision of an extraordinary passion in which heaven and hell, nature and society, dynamic and passive forces clash, has a unique and timeless appeal.Producer Birmingham Rep. Producer Touring Consortium. Adapted by April de Angelis. Director Indhu Robasingham. Design Mike Britton. Lighting Chris Davey. Sound Matt McKenzie. Choreographer Imogen Knight. Director Neale Birch (associate director). Director Bret Yount (fight). Other Neil Swain (dialect coach). Music Paul Englishby. Performer Susannh York. Performer Amanda Ryan. Performer Antony Byrne. Performer Simon Coates. Performer Edmund Kingsley. Performer David Whitworth. Performer Toby Dantzic. Performer Victoria Yeates. Performer Emma Noakes. Performer Martin Allanson.
|10 Feb 09 to 14 Feb 09||New Theatre, Cardiff :: V823|
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|12 Nov 08 to 15 Nov 08||Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719|
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|4 Nov 08 to 8 Nov 08||King's Theatre, Edinburgh :: V601|
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|21 Oct 08 to 25 Oct 08||Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910|
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|26 Sep 08 to 18 Oct 08||Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143|
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T0378382378 (MILLBANBURY08)Suitable for 9 years and over. Run time 120 minutes plus an intervalCompany Heartbreak Productions. Adapted by Ros Wehner.
|13 Feb 08||The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794|
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T01809469754 (OLDJOINT07)Company TWo Hats Theatre Company.
|23 Nov 07 to 24 Nov 07||Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham :: V0812942011|
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T459379863 (TRYORK07)Company York Theatre Royal. Adapted by Jane Thornton. Director Sue Dunderdale. Music Richard Taylor. Design Lorna Ritchie. Lighting Ciaran Bagnall. Performer Joel Fry (Heathcliff). Performer Marshall Lancaster (Jessica Harris). Performer Kate Ambler. Performer Jessica Harris. Performer Nick Figgis.
|2 Jun 07 to 23 Jun 07||Theatre Royal, York :: V954|
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T1284723237 (DRAIOCHT06)Adapted by Michael McCaffery. Director Michael McCaffery. Company City Theatre Dublin. Music Michael Scott.
|7 Nov 06 to 11 Nov 06||Draiocht, Blanchardstown :: V1786485026|
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T0849986495 (TOUR06)Producer Ian Dickens Productions Ltd. Adapted by John Davison. Director Ian Dickens. Design David North. Lighting David North. Other Caroline Burnett (production co-ordinator). Performer Michelle Hardwick (Cathy). Performer Barny Clevely (Heathcliff). Performer Tony Scannell. Performer Robert Beck. Performer Chris Ranin. Performer Katie Evans. Performer Claire Marlowe.
|20 Jun 06 to 24 Jun 06||Darlington Hippodrome (formerly Civic Theatre), Darlington :: V562|
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|23 May 06 to 27 May 06||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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|8 May 06 to 13 May 06||Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764|
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T01162028300 (LOVE05)Company Love and Madness Ensemble. Director Catriona Craig. Adapted by Alys Torrance.
|13 Jan 06 to 19 Jan 06||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
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|30 Nov 05||Oakengates Theatre at The Place, Telford :: V110|
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|8 Nov 05 to 12 Nov 05||Civic Theatre, Chelmsford :: V32|
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|2 Nov 05 to 5 Nov 05||Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640|
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|17 Oct 05 to 19 Oct 05||Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99|
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|30 Sep 05||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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|26 Sep 05 to 28 Sep 05||Thameside Theatre, Grays :: V39|
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|21 Sep 05||Playhouse, Norwich :: V69|
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|8 Sep 05 to 10 Sep 05||Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks :: V688|
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T01310642412 (HULL03)Part love story, part ghost story, this fantastic adaptation tells the tale of two star crossed lovers struggling with their heart's desires.Producer Hull Truck Theatre. Adapted by Jane thornton. Director John Godber. Design Pip Leckenby. Performer Heather Peace.
|9 Oct 03 to 1 Nov 03||Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935|
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T0865672442 (TOOFR02)Company Too Friendly Theatre Company.
|8 Feb 02 to 9 Feb 02||Southport Arts Centre, Southport :: V542|
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T1519807816 (ODDSOCKS01)Mayhem and madness with Oddsocks ProductionsCompany Oddsocks.
|30 Jan 02||Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington :: V563|
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|12 Jan 02||Jacksons Lane, Outer London :: V312|
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|11 Jan 02||The Joseph Rowntree Theatre Ltd, York :: V1247303862|
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|10 Jan 02||The Castle, Wellingborough :: V465|
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|2 Jan 02 to 4 Jan 02||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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|29 Dec 01 to 30 Dec 01||Assembly Rooms, Ludlow :: V113|
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|28 Dec 01||Wyeside Arts Centre, Builth Wells :: V850|
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|20 Dec 01 to 22 Dec 01||Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham :: V984|
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|17 Dec 01 to 19 Dec 01||Rosehill Theatre, Whitehaven :: V9|
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|3 Dec 01 to 8 Dec 01||New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769|
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|24 Nov 01||Cricklade Theatre, Andover :: V763|
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|20 Nov 01||Playhouse, Alnwick :: V1176|
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|16 Nov 01||Oakengates Theatre at The Place, Telford :: V110|
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|14 Nov 01 to 15 Nov 01||Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160|
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T264775804 (OXFORD01)Company Oxfordshire Touring Theatre. Adapted by Lynn Robertson Hay. Director Jeremy James. Music Jon Nicholls. Performer Polly Kilpatrick. Performer Paul Huntley Thomas.
|28 Mar 01 to 29 Mar 01||South Street Arts Centre, Reading :: V736|
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|14 Mar 01||The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794|
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|13 Mar 01||The Castle, Wellingborough :: V465|
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|14 Feb 01||Screen At The Square, Witney :: V835551105|
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|13 Feb 01||Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431|
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|9 Feb 01 to 10 Feb 01||Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801|
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T0943469416 (WYP99)Adapted by Malcolm Sutherland. Director Malcolm Sutherland. Performer Chook Sibtain. Performer Jacqueline King. Performer David Groves. Performer Elisabeth Dermot-Walsh. Performer Cathy Sara. Performer Orlando Seale. Performer Ed Purver. Performer Ged McKenna.
|26 Feb 99 to 27 Mar 99||Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977|
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T829092381 (BED98)Company Negative Equity Theatre Company.
|31 Jul 98 to 1 Aug 98||Tamworth Arts Centre and Assembly Rooms, Tamworth :: V125|
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T1093181010 (GOOD97)Runs 150mins.Company Good Company. Director Sue Pomeroy. Design Dennis Saunders. Adapted by William Ash. Performer Claire Bullus. Performer Peter de Jersey. Performer Jane Freeman.
|30 Mar 98 to 4 Apr 98||Grand Opera House, Belfast :: V548|
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|23 Mar 98 to 28 Mar 98||Darlington Hippodrome (formerly Civic Theatre), Darlington :: V562|
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|16 Mar 98 to 21 Mar 98||New Theatre Royal, Lincoln :: V442|
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|23 Feb 98 to 28 Feb 98||Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570|
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|2 Feb 98 to 7 Feb 98||Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327|
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|9 Dec 97 to 13 Dec 97||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
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|1 Dec 97 to 6 Dec 97||Blackpool Grand Theatre, Blackpool :: V518|
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|10 Nov 97 to 15 Nov 97||King's Theatre, Edinburgh :: V601|
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|4 Nov 97 to 8 Nov 97||Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623|
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|20 Oct 97 to 25 Oct 97||Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90|
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|13 Oct 97 to 18 Oct 97||Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham :: V768|
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|22 Sep 97 to 27 Sep 97||Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831|
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|9 Sep 97 to 13 Sep 97||Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657|
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T01728783197 (JF98)Performer Jane Freeman.
|2 Mar 98 to 7 Mar 98||Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage :: V53|
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T506565721 (KTC97)Company Kenar Theatre Company.
|21 Jan 97 to 2 Feb 97||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
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|28 Aug 19||Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl :: V838|
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|8 Mar 17 to 11 Mar 17||Netherton Arts Centre, Dudley :: V116|
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|21 Aug 16||Elsham Barn Theatre, Brigg :: V933|
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|7 Aug 16||Hoghton Tower, Hoghton :: V2091609842|
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|12 Jun 16||Lytham Green, Lytham St Annes :: V390097669|
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|3 Apr 06 to 8 Apr 06||Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742|
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|14 Jun 02 to 16 Jun 02||The Shaw Theatre, Inner London :: V01704341023|
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|29 Jan 98 to 31 Jan 98||Capitol Horsham (formerly Horsham Arts Centre), Horsham :: V723|
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