The roaring twenties. A world in flux. The magnetic Florence Lancaster draws people to her like moths to a flame. But when her son Nicky arrives home from Paris with an unexpected fiancée and a secret, it sets off a chain of events which threatens to pull them all into a maelstrom.
Noël Coward’s brilliantly witty and stinging portrait of the darkness beneath the glittering surface of the Jazz Age is as vivid today as when it premiered, causing a sensation and catapulting its young writer to his first great success.
Cast & Crew
|Bruce Fairlight||Evan Milton|
|Clara Hibbert||Jessica Alade|
|David Lancaster||Hugh Ross|
|Florence Lancaster||Lia Williams|
|Helen Saville||Priyanga Burford|
|Nicky Lancaster||Joshua James|
|Pauncefort Quentin||Richard Cant|
|Tom Veryan||Sean Delaney|
|‘Rhapsody in Blue’ Arrangement||Thomas Bartlett|
|Assistant Director||George Jibson|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Sarah Follon|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Zoe Lyndon-Smith|
|Casting Director||Lotte Hines CDG|
|Company Stage Manager||Nikki Colclough|
|Costume Designer||Evie Gurney|
|Costume Supervisor||Fiona Parker|
|Deputy Stage Manager||Anna Sheard|
|Lighting Designer||Zoe Spurr|
|Movement Director||Michela Meazza|
|Music and Sound||Giles Thomas|
|Music Transcription||Caitlin Morgan|
|Production Manager||John Page|
|Props Supervisor||Jamie Owens|
|Set Designer||Joanna Scotcher|
- Added by Alex.
- Promotional Image by Chichester Festival Theatre, Creative Commons Attribution
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