Archives - The Admirable Crichton

by J M Barrie

Directed by Beth Maxwell

Saturday 3rd – Saturday 10th November 1984 in the Auditorium

This Barrie classic, first performed in 1902, introduces us to an almost normal aristocratic English household. The archetypal “Upstairs Downstairs” situation is examined with sparkling comedy and penetrating irony, as the social structure cracks under the strain of shipwreck and isolation on a desert island.

Part of the Barn’s 1984/1985 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Crichton-Ron Thomas
The Hon. Ernest Wooley-James Harper
Lady Agatha Lasenby-Celia Mason
Lady Catherine Lasenby-Caron Huxley
Lady Mary Lasenby-Donna Roche
The Rv. John Treherne-Graham Showell
The Earl of Loam-Clive George
Lord Brocklehurst-Dick Breeze
Mrs Perkins-Isla Petch
Mr Rolleston-Colin Bell
Mr Tompsett-Michael McKever
Miss Fisher-Phillipa Moore
Miss Simmons-Charlotte Moritz
Mademoiselle Jeanne-Emily Taylor
Thomas-David Gaydon
John-Martin Gadd
Eliza (Tweeny)-Jane Pennett
Stable Boy-Andrew Read
Gladys-Johanna Lloyd
A Naval Officer-Colin Bell
1st Sailor-Martin Gadd
2nd Sailor-David Gaydon
The Countess of Brocklehurst-Marion Canadine

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