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Special Offers – Gone With The Wind – April 2008

Gone With the Wind

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The famous tale of turbulent love set during the changing times of the American Civil War. Read More >

The famous tale of turbulent love set during the changing times of the American Civil War.

Scarlett O’Hara is the eldest of three daughters living a life of luxury on their father’s plantation. But Lincoln’s call to end slavery in the South sparks the Civil War. Scarlett’s progression through this tumultuous time is mirrored by her relationship with the unpredictable Rhett Butler.

Gone With The Wind was published in 1936, becoming one of the best selling novels of the 20th century and winning the Pulitzer Prize for author Margaret Mitchell. The film adaptation is regarded as one of the great American classics.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 05/04/2008

Opening Night: 22/04/2008

Closing Night: 14/06/2008

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Darius Danesh, Jill Paice, Edward Baker-Duly, Madeleine Worrall, NaTasha Yvette Williams, Jina Burrows

Creative

Director - Trevor Nunn

Producer - Aldo Scrofani for Columbia Artists Theatricals of New York and Colin Ingram

Lighting Designer - Neil Austin

Movement Director - David Bolger

Set Designer - John Napier

Sound - Paul Groothius

Lyrics By - Margaret Martin

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