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Daisy Pulls It Off

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About the Show Less...

The story of scholarship student Daisy Meredith as she struggles to make her mark on the snobby setting of Grangewood School for Young Ladies. Read More >

Daisy Pulls It Off centres on the attempts of super achieving scholarship girl Daisy Meredith to make her mark on the snobby setting of Grangewood School for Young Ladies. It is not all plain-sailing through these posh waters though and Daisy faces numerous challenges along the way.

Daisy Pulls It Off is the classic girls’ school story and the success of brain over bullying, dealing with the bitchy belittling by two of her classmates. The revival of Denise Deegan’s work comes at a time when bullying is central to the news agenda not just the terrain of times gone by; a very modern day problem that is constantly being examined as the various forms it can take diversify from face-to-face to online.

Daisy Pulls It Off puts moments of bullying centre stage as Daisy encounters others’ prejudices and despite its 1920s setting, isn’t as distant as many might imagine.

For more abotu Daisy Pulls It Off at the Arts theatre, read the First Night Feature.


Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 19/01/2010

Opening Night: 21/01/2010

Closing Night: 06/02/2010

Running time: 2h20

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Cast & Creative


Lucy Austin, Fiona Domenica, Joanne Gale, Rebecca Haigh, Olivia Hunter, Christopher Kouros, Lulu Miller, Jennifer Page, Kate Sandison, Emma Scholes, Maxine Scholfield, Robert Hartley Wainwright


Director - Nadine Hanwell

Producer - Nadine’s Window

Author - Denise Deegan

About Arts Theatre

Great Newport Street,London,United Kingdom,WC2H 7JB

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