The Deep Blue Sea (2012)

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Poster by Charles Doyle

by Terence Rattigan

Directed by Jeanette Hoile

Performances: Tue 1st – Sat 5th May 2012, Bell Theatre


Hester Collier leaves the safe respectability of her marriage to an older man for the excitement of a passionate affair with a younger one. The two men could not be more different, but neither seem able to bring her the happiness or love that she needs.

The play opens with Hester's desperate and unsuccessful suicide attempt. Over the next 24 hours, Hester's life changes as lovers, friends and strangers try to help her survive her loss of hope, while she struggles to decide what to do.




Sincere thanks to the may people who have helped with this production: Nick Avenall and Scott Travis at The Park and Sarah Gamboe-Beresford at The Hope for rehearsal space and generosity in providing this; Val Williams for the gas fire and percolator; Emmaus for generous loan of furniture; Ben Troy at Emmaus for canvasses and Anton Krause for invaluable advice. Many thanks to the wonderful cast and crew for their commitment, support and dedication. Thanks also to SLT Theatre Committee, Carole Coyne, Ron Sales, Tom Hancock, Jess Prestidge, Anton Krause, Mark Davies, Stephanie Urquhart, Lionel Monks, Lisa Thomas, Jess Osorio & the Box Office team, Matthew Lyne & the Bar Staff, the Front of House team & all the Raffle volunteers.


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