Around the World in Eighty Days (2016)

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Poster by Emma Baines

by Jules Verne, adapted for the stage by Toby Hulse

Under the direction of Mr Mark Ireson, indefatigably assisted by Ms Kate Monro

Performances: Tue 19th – Sat 23rd July 2016 in the Main Hall, Stanley Halls


The action passes in London and elsewhere, 1872


  • Ms Naomi Liddle played Phileas Fogg as well as Bombay Shopkeeper, Head of Bombay Police and the poet king Ucaf Uddaul
  • Ms Audrey Lindsay played Passepartout as well as London Police Officer, Reform Club Gentleman 2, British Consul in Suez, Bombay Police Sergeant, Bombay Waiter and the Russian accented Calcutta Police Officer
  • Mr Christopher Vian-Smith played Fix of The Yard as well as Bank of England Guard, Reform Club Gentleman 1, British Consul in Bombay, Enraged Priest, Railway Guard, Wild Indian, Princess Aouda, Pilot and Captain Andrew Speedy


Thank you

The director, the cast and the crew would like to express their gratitude to the following for the assistance they have rendered in so many ways to the production of this evening’s extravaganza

Ms Jennifer Cooper; Ms Jeanette Hoile; Ms Jessica Osorio; Ms Lisa Thomas; Mr Bryon Fear; Mr Chaz Doyle; Mr Tony Page; Ms Lily Ann Green; Ms Jenny Clements; the entire companies of I Am A Camera, Jesus Christ Superstar and Bouncers; Mr David Somner, Ms Clare Haward, Mr Danny Wood and Mr Q of The Stanley Halls; the ladies and gentlemen performing the Front of House, Raffle and Box Office duties for your edification


Some of the very nice things people said about the first night:

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