Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens (Part Two) - A Two Bins Production
“If it’s burglary or pocket-picking, that needs apprenticeship. No so murder – we’re all of us up to that.”
Charles Dickens’ last completed novel is part love story, part thriller - an epic tale of murder, greed, and obsession. John Harmon, heir to a family fortune, is mistaken for dead. His father’s money passes to the working-class Boffins, and the effects spread into various corners of London society.
Directed by Martin Nichols, adapted by Franklyn McCabe, and designed by Victoria Johnstone, this show is a revival of the much-loved production that took place in Brighton in the late 1990s. Given a two-part treatment by Brighton’s own Two Bins company, it features 18 actors playing around 40 roles.
Part One: 19th-21st and 26th August.
Part Two: 23rd, 27th-28th and 30th August
Parts One & Two: 22nd, 29th and 31st August
Book Parts 1 & 2 separately.
There will be a 20 minute interval in each part.
Ticketsource box office closes three hours before each performance, but you can still pay for admission at the gate (cash only please).
A Foundry Group co-production.
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