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Our House - March 2020

Sweet Charity - March 2017


Sweet Charity follows the romantic trials and tribulations of Charity Hope Valentine, “a girl who wanted to be loved.” Charity is a taxi dancer, a dance partner-for-hire at a seedy dance hall in New York City. Though the job may be decidedly undesirable, Charity’s hopeful romanticism and unfailing optimism lift her out of her circumstances and help her reach for a life beyond. In the past, she’s been strung along and hung out to dry by a series of bad relationships and lousier men. When she meets Oscar, a neurotic, shy actuary seemingly from another world, will she finally find true love at last? One of the most famous shows by legendary director/choreographer Bob Fosse and with a laugh-a-minute script by the incomparable Neil Simon, every audience is destined to fall in love with Charity’s limitless spirit, as she lives life “hopefully ever after.”

Thursday 16th - Saturday 18th March 2017
The Kenneth More Theatre, Ilford
Cast & Creatives
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Charity Hope Valentine | Lauren Condon 

Oscar Lindquist | Bailey O’Hara 



Cassandra Fierstein

Russell Gillary

Ben Goosetree

Bailey Griffiths

Tyrone Haywood

Cameron Jaimes

Bryony Kay

Dan Knibbs

Nicola Lambrianos

Laura Maguire

Alex Malerich

Georgia Marney

Matthew Moore

Tony O’ Connell

John Quarm

Jessica Reed

James Watson

Barbra Wilson

Scott Wyer 



Charlie “Dark Glasses” | Bailey O’Hara 

First Passer-By | Bailey Griffiths 

First Cop, Monte | Tony O’Connell 

Second Cop | Matthew Moore 

Nickie, her friend and a dancer at the Fandango Ballroom | Bryony Kay 

Helene, her friend and a dancer at the Fandango Ballroom | Georgia Marney 

Elaine, a dancer at the Fandango Ballroom | Nicola Lambrianos 

Susanne, a dancer at the Fandango Ballroom | Laura Maguire 

Betsy, a dancer at the Fandango Ballroom | Alex Malerich 

Carmen, a dancer at the Fandango Ballroom | Jessica Reed 

Frenchy, a dancer at the Fandango Ballroom | Barbra Wilson 

Herman, the manager of the Fandango Ballroom | James Watson 

Marvin, a regular customer at the Fandango Ballroom | Scott Wyer 

Woman Panholder | Cassandra Fierstein 

Man Panholder | Tyrone Haywood 

Vittorio Vidal, a fading movie star | Russell Gillary

Ursula, his girlfriend | Nicola Lambrianos 

Manfred, Vittorio Vidal’s butler | John Quarm 

Daddy Brubeck, preacher at the Rhythm Of Life Church | Ben Goosetree 

Rosie, a new girl at the Fandango Ballroom | Cameron Jaimes


Director | Jeremy Smith

Musical Director | Ewan Parker

Choreographer | Vicki Palmer

Set | Grant Alvarez

Lighting & Sound Design | Pete Abery, OFX Technical Services

Costume Design | Diana Fairbairn Smith and IODS

Additional Costumes | Admiral Costumes

Props | Mo Jones

Wigs | John Gadd & IODS

Stage Manager | 

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