The Government Inspector (2015)

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Poster by Bryon Fear

by Nikolai Gogol in a version by David Harrower

Directed by Naomi Liddle

Performances: Tue 3rd – Sat 7th November 2015, Upper Hall, Stanley Halls


The action takes place in a small town in Russia, beyond the back of beyond, in the 1800s. The geography & era have been manipulated for artistic purposes.




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Reminiscences and Anecdotes

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Chris Bennett: My first appearance on an SLT stage after a (partially) self imposed exile of nine years and it felt great to be back, especially as there were some old mates in the cast. This was the first production during SLT's temporary relocation to Stanley Halls and it was definitely a steep learning curve: the Sunday 'get in' being a particularly close run thing!

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