By Charles Dickens, Adapted for the Stage by Alastair Cording, Directed by Chris Honer
One of Dickens’s best-loved and most autobiographical stories, brilliantly and faithfully dramatized, with all his marvellous creations of kindness and cruelty; Mr Micawber, Uriah Heep, Mrs Peggotty, Murdstone, Steerforth and Betsy Trotwood. Weaving through the colourful maze of the storyline is David’s hopeless infatuation with Emily – and eventual salvation in the arms of the long suffering Agnes.
‘One of the cleverest adaptations you are likely to see’ — Ipswich Evening Star
‘All the drama, pathos and humour of David Copperfield’s eventful young life are vividly realised in this enthralling adaptation’ — The Stage
Tickets available from the HOME box office.
There will be a Lorca double bill later in the term details can be found here.
Peggotty / Mrs Micawber – Cynthia Udom
Young David / Mrs Steerforth – Alice Hutchinson
Daniel Peggotty / Traddles – Christopher Arkeston
Steerforth / Mick – Louie Threlfall
Betsey Trotwood – Xiaolai Chen
Emily / Mary Anne Paragon – Jasmine Perkin
Mother / Dora – Andie Morgan
David Copperfield – Dafydd Shalders
Jane Murdstone / Agnes – Lara de Vos
Ham / Mealy – Nicolas Ancelin
Creakle / Mr Dick – Adam Gardiner
Micawber – Marius Clements
Murdstone / Uriah Heep – Dylan Campbell
Designer: Elizabeth Wright