Theatre Event

When the Rain Stops Falling

The Crescent Theatre Company presents

When the Rain Stops Falling

by Andrew Bovell

2 - 9 Jul in the Studio at 7.45pm | Matinées: Sun 3 July & Sat 9 July at 2.45pm

Anticipated running time: 1 hours, 45 minutes
Please note this is an estimated running time and may be subject to change
 

There will be an After Dark discussion following the 19:45 performance on Fri, 8th Jul. Free to ticket holders.

This production contains strong language, stroboscopic lighting effects and adult themes.
 

A father disappears. Years later his son tries to solve the reason for his going. Moving from London to various locations in Australia, and over a period of 80 years, the play deals with the uncomfortable truth of the man’s disappearance and its impact on four generations of his family.


A play that deals with difficult issues but retains its belief in love, honesty and selfless kindness.

Tickets: £11 | £10 Concessions | Sunday Matinee only: £6.00

Schools & Groups Ticket Offer: Tuesday - Thursday £5 | Friday & Saturday £8

To book School/Group tickets please telephone the Box Office on 0121 643 5858, between 10am - 7pm, Monday - Saturday.


THE DIRECTOR

Stewart Snape


THE CAST


Colin Simmonds - Gabriel York
Jenny Thurston - Eliabeth Law - OLDER
James David Knapp - Gabriel Law
Paul Forrest - Henry law
Kate Owen - Elizabeth Law - YOUNGER
Brian Wilson - Joe Ryan
Michaela Redican - Gabriel York - OLDER
Lara Johnson - Gabrielle York - YOUNGER
Sam Wilson - Andrew Price

PRODCUTION TEAM


Designer - Colin Judges
Stage Manager - Gillie Churcher
Production Assistant - Rose Snape
Assisted By - Sallyanne Moonga
Lighting Design - John Gray
Sound & Audio Visual Designer - Ray Duddin
Costume - Stewart Snape
Properties - Emma Kirk
Fish Created By - Jacqui Brooks
Original Music Composed & Performed By - Brendan Stanley
Set Construction - Richard Constable, Colin Judges & Phil Parsons

This Production Is Dedicated To The Memory Of Madeleine Bigland

Production by arrangement with Samuel French
 

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