by Charles Dickens, adapted for the stage by Gale Childs Daly
This fast-paced adaptation uses six actors playing multiple parts to tell the classic story of orphaned young man Pip, apprentice to a blacksmith who dares to dream of becoming a gentleman — and how, under sudden and enigmatic circumstances, he finds himself in possession of "great expectations".
The Maskers' Studio Theatre 30 March - 1 April
Book online (no fee) ----- Telephone booking 0333 666 3366 (fee applies)
The Berry Theatre 4 - 8 April
Book online ----- Telephone booking 023 8065 2333
Concessions for school bookings at the Berry Theatre
The iconoclastic black comedy that rocked the West End!
June "George" Buckridge has won the hearts of the nation as nurse Sister George in radio serial "Applehurst." But off-air, the foul-mouthed, bad-tempered actress is destroying the reputation of the BBC (and the nerves of her very young girlfriend) - and someone is going to have to tell her she's fired...
An Italian Straw Hat
"It works because it is so seamlessly and professionally done – a real treat" - Scene1+
"...bumpkin father-in law (Eric Petterson) and deaf-as-a-post Uncle (John Souter) provide meritorious physicality, which is delightful to watch." - Daily Echo
"Yes all the attention to detail was excellent, the painting of chairs, the set, the music, lighting, loved it!" - Audience Member