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THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR

by NIKOLAI GOGOL (1836)

Translated & Adapted by Alistair Beaton (2005)

 

Mayor – Graham Turner

His Wife, Anna – Selina Cadell

Their Daughter, Marya – Sophie-Louise Dann

Magistrate, Lyapkin-Tyapkin – Pip Donaghy

Commissioner for Health, Zyemlyanika – Barry McCarthy

Director of Education, Khlopov – Steven Beard

Postmaster, Shpyokin – Aleksandar Mikic

Bobchinsky – Daniel Abelson

Dobchinsky – Stephen Ventura

Dr Hübner – Trevor Jones

Police Superintendent, Ukhovyortov – Kieran Hill

Police Constable, Svistunov – Grant Anthony

Khlestakov – Alistair  McGowan

Osip – Toby Sedgwick

Mishka – Phillip Sutton

Avdotya – Fiona Dunn

Waiter – David Langham

Locksmith’s Wife, Poshlyopkina – Darlene Johnson

Sergeant’s Widow, Ivanova – Nina French

Abdulin – Tom Silburn

1st Shopkeeper – Kieran Hill

2nd Shopkeeper – Nolan Frederick

3rd Shopkeeper – Phillip Sutton

4th Shopkeeper – David Langham

Korobkin – Phillip Sutton

Korobkin’s Wife – Leanne Rogers

Rastakovsky – Nolan Frederick

Lyulyukov – Tom Silburn

Khlopov’s Wife – Ruth Anderson

Lyapkin-Tyapkin’s Wife – Alexis Owen-Hobbs

Gendarme – Grant Anthony

 

Director – Martin Duncan

Designer – Jon Morrell

Lighting Designer – Chris Ellis

Composer/Sound Designer – Adam Cork

Movement Director – Toby Sedgwick

Assistant Director – Thomas Hescott

Costume Supervisor – Emma Marshall

 

Production Manager – Damian Partington

Company Manager – Amelia Ferrand-Rook

Stage Manager – Paul Grist

Deputy Stage Manager – Lou Bann

Assistant Stage Managers – Nicola Ireland   Erica Southon

Hair & Make-Up Advisor – Linda McNight

Prop Buyers – Lisa Buckley, Kathy Anders

Russian Language Consultant – Alexander Klimenko

 

June: Fri 24P, Sat 25P, Mon 27P(PT), Tue 28P, Wed 29P, Thu 30F

July: Sat 2e, Mon 4, Tue 5(D), Thu 7m, Sat 9m Thu 14m, Sat 16m, Mon 18(D), Thu 21m,

Sat 23m(D), Mon 25, Wed 27e(S), Fri 29(D)

August: Tue 2, Thu 4m, Sat 6m, Sat 20m(D), Mon 22, Thu 2m, Wed 31e

September: Sat 10Lm

 

P = Preview

F = First Night

PN = Press Night

D = Audio Described Performance

S = Sign Interpreted Performance

PT = Pre Show Talk

m = matinee

e = evening

L = Last Night

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