Privates On Parade
This semi-autobiolgical account of the Britsh Army in Singapore in 1948 is the starting point for one of Peter Nichol’s funniest and most theatrically thrilling works.
Designed in the form of a variety show, and set to music by Denis King, the production of a concert party from the Song and Dance Unit Soiuth East Asia is intermingled with their adventures, comic and tragic, as they tour the jungle contryside, menaced by Communist guerillas.
Originally produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company in the late 1970s this revised and rewritten version opend at the Donmar, London, in December 2001 featuring Roger Allam and Malcolm Sinclair and directed by Michael Grandage.
Cast & Crew
|Acting Captain Terri Dennis||Roger Allam|
|Cpl. Len Bonny||Justin Salinger|
|L.A.C. Eric Young-Love||Daniel Tuite|
|Major Giles Flack||Malcolm Sinclair|
|Pvt. Stephen Flowers||James McAvoy|
|Sgt. Maj. Reg Drummond||David Hounslow|
|Sylvia Morgan||Indira Varma|
|Lighting Designer||Howard Harrison|
|Sound Designer||Fergus O’Hare|
- Added by Violet.
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