Produced by Attic Theatre Company
Adapted by Theresa Heskins
Directed by Louise Hill
Role Stage Manager
When Pip the blacksmith’s boy climbs out of the pantry window one Christmas morning, he little dreams of the fortune which awaits him. Life as a London gentleman leads him to forsake his old life and friends. But all is not as it seems, and when his past returns to haunt him, will Pip learn the value of knowing who he truly is?
‘The pace is relentless: as events accelerate, the chorus of voices takes on something of the rhythmic, poetic quality of Under Milk Wood, or of the famous RSC Nicholas Nickleby….It was a pleasure to watch such professional and accomplished theatre in a community venue’ The Culture Vulture
Merton Arts Space at Wimbledon Library, London – December 2016