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Career > > 1969 > Bartholomew Fair

Bartholomew Fair

October 30, 1969 | The Royal Shakespeare Company
Directed by: Terry Hands | Literature: Ben Jonson | Costume Design: Timothy O'Brien | Production Design: Timothy O'Brien | Music: Guy Woolfenden
Ned Winwife (Ben Kingsley), a London gallant, came courting Dame Purecraft (Patience Collier), a widow who lived with her daughter, Win-the-Fight (Helen Mirren), and her son-in-law, John Littlewit (Terrence Hardiman), a proctor. Littlewit disclosed to Winwife that Dame Purecraft had been told by fortune-tellers that she would marry, within a week, a madman. In this connection, Littlewit suggested to Winwife that he deport himself in the manner of his companion Tom Quarlous (Norman Rodway), a city madcap.
Cast: Alan Howard (Bartholomew Cokes), Peter Harlowe (Blind man), Richard Jones Barry (Book Holder), Ted Valentine (Bristle), Bruce Myers (Captain Whit), David Papworth (Child), Stephen Papworth (Child), Paul Swift (Child), Peter Cochran (Cole), David Sadgrove (Cole), David Stern (Corncutter), John York (Costermonger), Peter Cochran (Cripple), Hugh Keays Byrne (Cupid), David Forbes (Cupid), Hildegard Neil (Dame Alice Overdo), Patience Collier (Dame Purecraft), Ian Dyson (Damon), Peter Harlowe (Damon), Julian Curry (Dionysos), David Stern (Dionysos), Stephen Turner (Dionysos), Stephen Turner (Drunk), John Kane (Ezekiel Edgworth), Glynne Lewis (Filcher), Valerie Minifie (Fortune teller), Domini Blythe (Grace Wellborn), George Cormack (Haggise), Valerie Minifie (Hero), Mary Rutherford (Hero), Clifford Rose (Humphrey Wasp), Ruby Head (Joan Trash), Terrence Hardiman (John Littlewit), Richard Moore (Jordan Knockem), Sebastian Shaw (Justice Adam Overdo), Patrick Stewart (Lantern Leatherhead), Richard Jones Barry (Leander), Martin Bax (Leander), Ralph Cotterill (Mooncalf), David Sadgrove (Mousetrap-man), Ben Kingsley (Ned Winwife), Bernard Lloyd (Nightingale), Ian Dyson (Nordern), Paul Arlington (Passenger), Richard Jones Barry (Pocher), David Forbes (Porter), Mary Rutherford (Punk Alice), Hugh Keays Byrne (Puppy), Paul Arlington (Pythias), Robert Oates (Pythias), Julian Curry (Scrivener), Robert Oates (Sharkwell), John Kane (Stage Keeper), Norman Rodway (Tom Quar’lous), Phillip Manikum (Trouble-All), Lila Kaye (Ursula), Julian Curry (Val Cutting), Helen Mirren (Win Littlewit), Martin Bax (Youth), Willoughby Goddard (Zeal-of-the-Land-Bus)
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