Archives - Les Liaisons Dangereuses

by Christopher Hampton
From the novel by Choderlos de Laclos

Directed by Steve Thompson

Friday 3rd – Saturday 11th March 1995 in the Auditorium

Paris in the late eighteenth century is a centre of scandal and intrigue. Two experienced ‘libertines’, the Marquise de Merteuil and her cynical accomplice Valmont, plan and execute the seduction of a young girl, barely out of her convent.

Christopher Hampson’s masterful adaptation of the Laclos novel, first performed at the RSC, won him the best screenplay Oscar for the filmed version with Glenn Close and Michelle Pfeiffer.

A funny but chilling portrayal of decadence and sexual power play amongst the French aristocracy — a society erupting with passion and a desire for revenge!

Part of the Barn’s 1994/1995 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Le Marquise de Merteuil-Victoria Rive
Madame de Volanges-Jo Davies
Cécile Volanges-Louise Howes
Le Vicomte de Valmont-David Harrold
Azolan-Alan Southgate
Madame de Rosemonde-Vaughan Meyrick
La Présidente de Tourvel-Sarah Mead
Émilie-Emma Butcher
Le Chevalier Danceny-Chris Minion
Major-Domo-Hamish Logie
Julie-Erica Hawken
Servants-Paul Silver
Natalie Silver

Creative team

Director-Steve Thompson
Stage Manager-Janet Lloyd
Assistant Stage Manager-Jo Lloyd
Pat Walsh
Set Design-Jack Wood
Lighting Design-Derek Palmer
Costume Design-Tiffany While
Costume Assistant-Anna Deacon
Hazel Halliday
Sue Walters
Amy McNamara
Jane Pennett
Emma Butcher
Sarah Mead
Sybil Thompson
Lou Underwood
Hats Designed and Made-Janet While
Lighting Operator-Brenda Newey
Sound Design-Jack Wood
Sound Operator-Shirley Thompson
Set Construction and Décor-Pat Finch
Jack Wood
Louis Davis
David Thompson
Janet While
Properties-Jean Amato
Belinda Putley
Fight Arranger-Brian Richardson
Production Secretary-Sylvia Pepper

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