The Miser, King's Lynn

This was Henry Fielding's version of Molière's play. Very witty and humorous, it was received with enthusiasm.

This was Henry Fielding's version of Molière's play, part of the King's Lynn Festival.

Very witty and humorous, it was received with enthusiasm by the Guildhall audience responding to outstanding performances from the cast — notably Terence Denvill in the title role, well supported by Abbey Norman as Lappet, Adam Bampton-Smith as Ramilie, Callum Coates as Frederick and Janet Walker as Harriet.

The miser children brought distinction to their parts, as did the other members of the company.

Well-costumed, this was a well-paced production only flagging slightly towards the end, in a terribly hot theatre with a thunderstorm raging overhead.


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