Design by Matt Firth
Dr Prentice - Sean Chapman
Geraldine Barclay - Lauren Scott-Berry
Mrs Prentice - Emily Carmichael
Nicholas Beckett - Andrew Harker
Dr Rance - Benjamin Wille
Sergeant Match - James Daybell
Director - Cathy Love
Co-Director - Anna Treadway
Producer - Mansoor Mir
Lighting - Peter Raggett, Rob Benton, Declan McGuire
Sound - Danny Mullings
Costume Consultant - Vaughan Prosser
Props - Laura Jesson
Stage Manager - Sarah Fox
Set Design - Jeff Treadway
Scenery Painting - Sharon Trotter
Front of House Management - Gill Taylor, Sharron Trotter
"The purpose of my husband's clinic isn't to cure, but to liberate and exploit madness..."
When Dr Prentice invents a series of increasingly outrageous lies to cover up his attempts to seduce his young secretary, all manner of confusion breaks out in his psychiatric clinic. A State Inspector, a philandering wife, bellboys, policemen and some missing bits from a statue of Winston Churchill are all caught up in the madness, creating a hysterically funny comedy of circumstance.
Wild, risqué and ferociously playful, Joe Orton's final play is acknowledged as a masterpiece of modern comedy.