Saturday 6 - Saturday 13 April 2019


Sat 6 - Sat 13 April


7.30pm (Sat 6 - Fri 12 Apr)
12pm & 5pm (Sat 13 Apr)


£15 (full price); £12 (concessions)

Running time



Theatre & Performance


Assembly Hall

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim | Book by Hugh Wheeler | Directed by Sally Ann Gritton

Performed at the historic Shoreditch Town Hall, this production of Stephen Sondheim’s iconic musical will bring the dark side of Victorian London to life. When a prisoner returns to town, he promises to wreak vengeance on the men who stole his freedom. And his revenge is a dish best served piping hot…

Sally Ann Gritton is Mountview’s Director of Academic Affairs. Previous direction for Mountview includes Grand Hotel, Jane Eyre, Mary Shelley and Anna Karenina.

Cast information

From an adaptation by Christopher Bond, Original Direction on Broadway by Harold Prince, Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick. Originally produced on Broadway by Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson, Martin Richards in association with Dean and Judy Manos. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe).

Sat 6 April – 7.30pm (Cast 1)
Mon 8 April – 7.30pm (Cast 2)
Tue 9 April – 7.30pm (Cast 1)
Wed 10 April – 7.30pm (Cast 2)
Thu 11 April – 7.30pm (Cast 2)
Fri 12 April – 7.30pm (Cast 1)
Sat 13 April – 12pm (Cast 1)
Sat 13 April – 5pm (Cast 2)

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