Theatre Preview: Tartuffe @ Tobacco Factory Theatre and Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory
by Polly Hember

Celebrating Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory’s eighteenth Spring Season, Dominic Power and Andrew Hilton ignite Molière’s famous The Imposter, the most performed play in the history of French classical theatre. In a freewheeling and radical modern adaptation, they transport the dynamic characters to present day London where a tragi-comedy of credulousness, deceit and satire unfolds in Tartuffe

Age Reccomendation 14+
Where Tobacco Factory Theatre
When 6th April – 6th May
Previews 6th – 10th April (£16)
Matinees 20th & 27th April 2.30pm (£19/under 15s £12),
Saturdays 2.30pm (£19/under 15s £12)
Mondays & Tuesdays 7.30pm (£19)
Wednesdays 7.30 (£21)
Thursdays 8pm (£21)
Fridays 8pm (£24)
Saturdays 7.30pm (£24)

Lunchtime Talk Saturday 22nd April 11am – 1pm
Join members of the company as they discuss this production of Tartuffe. Please note that this is not an introduction to the season’s shows, the Tobacco Factory Theatre recommends that everyone attending this has already seen the production.
£15 (including a buffet lunch)

Written by Dominic Power and Andew Hilton, after Moliere
Directed by Andrew Hilton
Designer Sarah Warren
Composer John telfer
Lighting Designer Matthew Graham


Christopher Bianchi Charles Ogden
Philip Buck Clem
Alan Coveney Des Loyal
Anna Elijasz Danuta
Tina Gray Dame Pamela Ogden
Joel Macey Daniel
Daisy May Melissa
Mark Meadows Tartuffe
Saskia Portway Emma
Kenton Thomas Val

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