Theatre Event

The Lady In The Van

The Crescent Theatre Company presents

The Lady In The Van

by Alan Bennett

10 - 17 Sep in the Main House @ 2:30pm & 7:30pm

Anticipated running time: 2 hours, 20 minutes
Please note this is an estimated running time and may be subject to change
 

There will be an After Dark discussion following the 19:30 performance on Fri, 16th Sep. Free to ticket holders.

In 1974, Alan Bennett encountered Miss Mary Shepherd, an elderly eccentric living in a van in the street near his home in Camden Town. He eventually allowed her to park her van in his garden, the idea being that she would stay three months - but those three months extended to fifteen years.

 
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Tickets: £15 | Concessions: £14 | Sunday Matinée: £8

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.


DIRECTOR - Nick Owen


CAST


Miss Shepherd - Pat Dixon
Alan Bennett - Jonathan Owen
Alan Bennett 2 - David Harvey (His Inner Person)
Mam - Skye Witney
Rufus - Andrew Lowrie
Pauline - Jo Thackwray
Social Worker 1 - Ellie Moldrick
Social Worker 2 - Bethan Crisp
Underwood - Toby Davis
Mam's Doctor/Leo Fairchild - Alan Bull
Lout /Miss Shepherd's Doctor/Ambulance Driver - Richard Constable
Interviewer - Brenda Wangari
Workmen/Undertakers - Fabio Greenwood, Cameron Wilson, Chris Collet, Richard Constable& Andrew Brooks

PRODUCTION TEAM


Set Design - Keith harris
Costume Design - Patricia Brown & Vera Dean
Lighting Design - James Booth
Sound Design - Ray Duddin
Properties - Andrew Lowrie & Tania Connolly
Stage Manager - Gill Churcher
Production Assistants - Jackie Blackwood & Carolyn Bourne
Set Team - Keith Harris, Dan O'Neill, Phillip Parsons & Jenny Thurston
Lighting Team - James Booth & Tom Buckby
Sound Team - Ray Duddin & Kenny Holmes
Stage Crew - Fabio Greenwood, Cameron Wilson, Chris Collet & Andrew Brooks
Piano - Erica Avery


Production by arrangement with Samuel French
 

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