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By Charles Dickens
Adapted by Danielle Pearson

Mon 04 Jan 2021 - Sun 10 Jan 2021

Adapted by Danielle Pearson
Directed by Georgie Staight
Designed by Isobel Nicolson
Lighting designed by Harry Armytage
Sound designed by Tom Marshall
Show Musical Directors Pete Ashmore & Tilly-Mae Millbrook
Costume designed by Emily Barratt
Wardrobe Assistant Jamie Kubisch-Wiles

Pete Ashmore


Previous theatre credits include: A Christmas Carol (Keswick); Venice Preserved, The Provoked Wife (RSC); The Lovely Bones, Treasure Island (Birmingham Rep); The Dog Beneath the Skin (Jermyn Street Theatre); Arms and the Man, The Canterbury Tales, Aladdin (Watford Palace Theatre); Private Lives, A View from the Bridge, The Winter’s Tale, Under Milk Wood, David Copperfield, Beauty and the Beast (Mercury Theatre); The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, Arabian Nights (Sherman Cymru);The Emperor’s New Clothes, House and Garden (Harrogate Theatre); The Itinerant Music Hall (Lyric Hammersmith); Mansfield Park (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds & No. 1 tour); Manchester Sound: The Massacre, Grimm Tales (Library Theatre); The Jungle Book (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); Macbeth (National Theatre); Vernon God Little, The Ruffian on the Stair, The Queen of Spades, The Lady Aoi, La Musica, Venice Preserved, Nothing (the Citizens Theatre & E59E59); Public Property (Hampstead Theatre); Tom’s Midnight Garden, Jemima Puddle-Duck (Unicorn Theatre); Cutlery Wars (Soho Theatre); One Snowy Night (Chichester Minerva Theatre).


Television includes: Silent Witness, Holby City and The Bill

Tilly-Mae Millbrook


Tilly-Mae trained at Rose Bruford College and graduated in 2017 (Lilian Baylis Award Winner)

Other training includes: Drama Centre London and The National Youth Music Theatre (NYMT). 

Previous Watermill credits include: A Little Night Music (2017). 

Previous theatre credits include: Little Red Riding Hood (Hiccup Theatre/Derby Theatre); Hansel and Gretel (Derby Theatre); The Crucible, Blonde Bombshells of 1943, Summer Holiday and Blithe Spirit (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); Midnight (Union Theatre, Southwark); Baba Yaga: Frying Pan Alley (Little Angel Theatre); The Sonnet Walks (Guildford Shakespeare Company); The Secret Seven (Storyhouse, Chester); Spring Awakening (Curve, Leicester); NYMT 40th Celebration Gala (The Adelphi); Arabian Nights (Story Pocket Theatre). 

Whilst training credits include: Mean Girl in Constance and Sinestra (Action To The Word), Polina in The Seagull, Caroline in Island Song and The Singer in Caucasian Chalk Circle (Rose Bruford College).