Director: Sophie Stockwell

Assistant Director: Alex Finch

Choreographers: Zoe Stockwell
& Emma Mitchell

Musical Director: Joe Cryan

Producer: Emma Mitchell
& Alex Finch

Stage Manager: Jo Walker



Pippin – Greg Williamson

Leading Player – Freya Hope

Charlemagne – David Hilditch

Lewis – Grace McGrath

Fastrada – Anna Nguyen

Berthe – Wesley Hudson

Catherine – Scarlett Pannell

Theo – Devon Colvert


The Players

Amy Newell, Anenwojo Omagu, Ángel Soria, Anna Cole, Annie Howard, Bee Leighton, Beth Sillitoe, Cara Fung, Cara Lewin, Christina Barnett, Coren Hall, Daniel Heley, Dylan Evans, Éabha McCarthy, Ed Barnes, Eleanor Selby, Elizabeth Collings (Biz), Ella Mason Walsh, Emily Gardner, Emily Miles, Emily Poulton, Emma Jaggs, Emma Robinson, Fiona Forbes, Genevieve Wilson, Georgia Hanratty, Harriet Regan, Helen Parsons, Janice Edgar, Jess Reynold, Joby Blair, Joey Mayberry, Laoise Dunphy, Leah Holmes, Liz Edwards, Lucy Boardman, Maddy Gowers, Mairi, Martha Davies, Megan-Eloise Green, Melissa McDonald, Nicky Henderson, Phoebe Pope, Rachel Beggs, Rebecca Brimble, Sophia Donnelly, Thomas Howard, Toni Parker. 

The ensemble cast tells the story of Pippin, a young prince who longs to find passion and adventure in his life. To prove his loyalty to his distracted father, King Charles, Pippin goes to war. But when the Leading Player convinces the prince to fight tyranny, Pippin kills Charles and takes over the throne. Realizing his mistake, Pippin begs the Leading Player to bring his father back to life, and she obliges. The prince falls in love with Catherine, a widow with a young son, and (much to the Leading Player’s chagrin), Pippin struggles to decide whether he should settle down and pursue a peaceful life or continue to make magic with the dazzling troupe of performers.

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