The Admirable Crichton

A comedy, by J M Barrie. Directed by Currently unspecified
April 2006

Synopsis

The Admirable Crichton is a delightful comedy set in the early 1900s and described by its author as a fantasy. It is the story of the butler to Lord Loam who takes over as master when the family are shipwrecked on a desert island. James Barrie, who wrote a number of plays, is of course famous for Peter Pan, the great play for children which in recent years enjoyed a revival as the inspiration for the film 'Finding Neverland'. In 1957 a film version was made starring Kenneth More, Diane Cilento and Sally Ann Howes. A musical version was staged in the West End, again starring Kenneth More and Sally Ann Howes.

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