Grief has been playing at the ADC Theatre this past week. I had the opportunity to meet up with the cast and crew the hour before their final performance. Here is a look at the photos from our photoshoot.
Text from Camdram:
A spectacular and devastating portrait of love and loss in a family home wounded by war. In a quiet slice of 1950s suburban life, war widow Dorothy lives with her daughter Victoria and older brother Edwin. More and more isolated from her married friends with their successful children, Dorothy tries to cope with Victoria’s increasingly hostile behaviour. But is she doing her best, as she thinks, or is she responsible for what threatens to become an unbearable situation?
From the writer of ‘Abigail’s Party’, Mike Leigh combines brilliantly observed humour with stunning sadness to create something truly unforgettable.
Dorothy – Bea Svistunenko
Edwin – Raphael Wakefield
Victoria – Eve Delaney
Gertrude – Ella Konzon
Muriel – Alexandra Wetherell
Hugh – Louis Norris
Maureen – Eleanor Colville
Director – George Kan
Producer – Jack Rowan
Technical Director – Theo Heymann
Production Designer – Alice Brightman
Stage Manager – Cat Watts
Deputy Stage Manager – Oscar Yang
Sound Designer – Emily Galvin
Sound Engineer – Johannes Ruckstuhl
Composer – Toby Marlow
Publicity Designer – Natalie Price
Programme Designer – Oscar Yang
Assistant Stage Manager – Radu Thomas
Photographer – Johannes Hjorth, Sapphire Armitage