Archives - A Man for All Seasons

by Robert Bolt

Directed by Louis Davis

Friday 15th – Saturday 23rd July 2005 in the Auditorium

The story of Thomas More, who stood up to King Henry VIII when the king rejected the Roman Catholic Church to obtain a divorce and remarriage.

Torn apart by his love and loyalty to the King and his love and loyalty to the Church, his decision to endorse the divine right of the Pope over that of his King leads to his unwilling martyrdom and tragic downfall.

This modern classic was first produced in 1960 in London and as an award-winning film in 1966.

Part of the Barn’s 2004/2005 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


The Common Man-George Blee
Sir Thomas More-Richard Foster
Master Richard Rich-Robert Barton
Duke of Norfolk-Norman Reynolds
Lady Alice More-Val Golding
Lady Margaret More-Lou Robinson
Cardinal Wolsey-Keith Thompson
Thomas Cromwell-Brian Kent
Signor Chapuys-Bernard Usher
Chapuys’ Attendant-John Tilbury
William Roper-Chris White
King Henry the Eighth-Marcus Taverner
A Woman-Mariam Rodway
Thomas Cranmer-Tony Powell

Creative team

Director-Louis Davis
Assistant Director-Mariam Rodway
Stage Manager-Norman Merry
Assistant Stage Manager-Peter Anderson
Properties-Barbara Foster
Belinda Putley
Prompter-Carol Monzeglio
Lighting-Eric Farlie
Gavin Williams
Sound-Rob Wallace
Alfie Powell
Music-Denis Butcher
Rob Wallace
Costumes-Janet While
Tiffany While
Set Construction-Paul Molyneux
Pat Finch
Martyn Jolly
Val Broadbent
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Production Secretary-Shirley Thompson

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