Now on Stage
The Winslow Boy
by Terence Rattigan
Directed by Nanette Frew
Season: 17th January - 14th February 2015
Preview night 16th January
Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm
Sunday matinée at 4.30pm
Terence Rattigan's compelling drama comes to the Genesian stage following its recent Broadway and West End revivals.
Driven by a passionate belief in justice whatever the personal cost, Arthur Winslow sets out to prove his son's innocence when he is accused of theft. A fight for truth, played out under the media spotlight, tests one family to its very limit. Don't miss this moving and uplifting classic.
If you missed it at the Old Vic in London in 2013 - the play itself is as near flawless as makes no difference - The Telegraph. If you missed it subsequently on Broadway - stirring drama about the rights of the individual in conflict with the imperatives of the government (a topic that could hardly seem more pertinent), and a moving, surprisingly ambiguous tale of the price to be paid for the relentless pursuit of even an honorable goal. - New York Times. Why not see it at The Genesian Theatre from 17 January 2015?
On Saturday the 24th January the Genesian Theatre will donate 50% of all Box Office takings to charity. Please see our Charity page for the list of charities the theatre has chosen to support this season. We encourage you to come along in support of these causes.
Warning: Please note that The Winslow Boy includes brief instances of cigarette smoking in keeping with the period setting of the play. The Genesian Theatre does not endorse tobacco smoking and where appropriate excises it. All actors involved are fully aware of the dangers of smoking tobacco.
|Assistant Director||Mark Banks|
|Set Design||Owen Gimblett|
|Costume Design||Peter Henson|
|Lighting Design||Timothy M Carter|
|Sound Design||Michael Schell|
|Stage Manager||Mehran Mortezaei|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Hannah Dunwell|
|Lighting & Sound Operation||Alex Creagh|
|Ronnie Winslow||Matthew Balkus|
|Grace Winslow||Lois Marsh|
|Arthur Winslow||David Stewart-Hunter|
|Catherine Winslow||Sonya Kerr|
|Dickie Winslow||Lachlan McNab|
|John Watherstone||David Prickett|
|Desmond Curry||Tom Massey|
|Miss Barnes||Jane Thorpe|
|Sir Robert Morton||Roger Gimblett|
By arrangement with ORiGiN Theatrical