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Cost £12 (£10 Concessions)
Tel020 8932 4747
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Nadine's Window is back!
Nadine Hanwell's entertaining productions of classical works have been among the highlights of Barons Court's productions over the years. Now she brings us J. M. Barrie's clever comedy about what happens when the social order goes wrong (or right...)

Crichton, the super-efficient butler for a family of haughty British aristocrats is the true master of Lord Loam's household, he keeps his place, honouring the tightly regulated social structure of England. When the family, and its servants,are shipwrecked and marooned on a desert island, only Crichton has the skill and resourcefulness to keep everyone alive. Within a few months, the social order has been reversed: Crichton is the "governor" while his former employers are his willing and eager servants. But once the castaways are rescued and returned to their London estate, the original master-servant status quo is restored…

Directed by Nadine Hanwell

PERFORMANCES: Tues - Sat (7.30 pm) Sun (6.30 p.m.)

ADMISSION: £12 (£10 Concessions)

BOX OFFICE: 020 8932 4747 (Tickets now on sale)

EMAIL BOOKINGS: Why not book by email to londontheatre@gmail.com? Just state the performance and number of tickets you require and pay for them, in cash, when you come to the performance.


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James Benn
Lord Brocklehurst
Rae Brogan
Lady Agatha
Jean Christie
Lady Brocklehurst

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