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Far Pavilions, The

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The world premiere of this lavish musical about forbidden love in far off lands. Read More >

Set in the evocative environs of Northern India, The Far Pavilions spans the 25 years between the Sepoy Uprisings of 1857 and the Second Afghan War, telling the story of an illicit love between a British Officer (Ashton Pelham-Martyn) and an Indian Princess (Anjuli).

Inspired by M. M. Kaye’s novel of the same name, The Far Pavilions has book and lyrics by Olivier Award-winning Stephen Clark and music by Philip Henderson.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 24/03/2005

Opening Night: 14/04/2005

Closing Night: 17/09/2005

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Cast & Creative


Hadley Fraser, Kulvinder Ghir, Dianne Pilkington and David Burt


Director - Gale Edwards

Producer - Michael E. Ward and John Whitney for Far Pavilions LTD, in assocation with Arjun C. Wanet and Reita Gadkari

Designer - Lez Brotherston

Choreographer - John Cameron

Lighting Designer - Peter Mumford

Sound - Rick Clarke

Author - Based on the novel by M. M. Kaye

Lyrics By - Stephen Clark

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