Private Lives (2006)

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Poster by Mark Davies

by Noël Coward

Directed by Kat Moody

Performances: Tue 3rd – Sat 7th October 2006, Bell Theatre


Set in Deauville and Paris, 1930, Private Lives is Noël Coward's 20th century comedy masterpiece looking at the impossible relationship of Elyot and Amanda who seem unable to live with, or without each other and the effects this has on their respective new spouses. This is comedy to get your teeth into - some of the funniest lines and most famous characters in the English language, but with a cynical world view and dark passion underneath.



The Director, cast and crew would like to extend their thanks to the following people for their help and support throughout: Caroline Doyle, Michelle Thomson, Maria Bates, Anton Krause, Heather French, Jack King, Simon Holland, Mike Elliott, Dave Hollander and the cast and crew of Cloud Nine (2006), Mark Davies and the House of Usher team, Dee Fancett, Kevin Monk, Floral Hall, Simon Moody, Jane Jones of the Dulwich Players and the Wesley Players.


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(Photos Mark Davies)

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