The Three Lives of Lucie Cabrol
15 - 18 Oct
Director Sally Ann Gritton
Movement Director Ruth Naylor-Smith
Musical Director, Arranger, Music and Lyrics Daniel Jarvis
Set and Costumer Designer Elizabeth Wright
Lighting Designer Adam King
Sound Designer Mike Winship
Born an outcast into a French peasant family in 1900 and shunned by those she loves, Lucie Cabrol seeks more than just the basics of human existence. Based on the short story by John Berger and originally performed by Complicité, The Three Lives of Lucie Cabrol is an uplifting exploration into the survival of hope and love in the face of struggle.
Performances made possible by the kind permission of Complicité, London.
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The Three Lives of Lucie Cabrol will feature scenes of a sexual nature, violence/threat and abuse (including towards children), gore and animal cruelty.
Duration: 1 hour 35 minutes, plus a 20-minute interval
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