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A Tale Of Two Cities

LANGUAGE:English & French

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.

C'était l'époque de la sagesse, c'était l'époque de la folie.

Dickens' compelling tale of love, cruelty and mistaken identity was brought vividly to life by the award-winning international company Théâtre Sans Frontières. Performed by an international cast in English and French, the story bubbled with satire, spectacle and colourful Dickensian characters. Coupling a sedate, stiff upper-lipped England with the high passion and bloodlust of revolutionary France, Théâtre Sans Frontières used their unique flair for narrative to take the audience on a journey into mystery, intrigue and suspense.   

Don't Miss The Boat:

Achetez Vos Billets Tout De Suite!

'A Tale of Two Cities' toured to venues across the UK and also to Ireland in January 1999.

Directors: John Cobb & Magdalena Schamberger

Set Design: Graham Robinson

Costume Design: Kate Reeves

Composer & MD: Jim Kitson

Lighting Design: Andrew Biscoe

Stage Manager: Thom Lester

Assistant Stage Manager: Rivka Owen

 

Cast:

Juanjo Cuesta Duenas: Dr Manette / Barsad

John Cobb: Mr Lorry / Marquis St Evremond

Andrea Puerta: Lucie Manette / Gabelle

Sarah Kemp: Miss Pross / M. Defarge

Sophie Millon: Mme. Defarge / Mr Stryver

Stephan Kreiss: Charles Sarnay / Sydney Carton