Dombey And Son

Mike Walker's adaptation of Charles Dickens's classic tale of family relationships.

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  • Charles Dickens....Alex Jennings
  • alice....Claire Rushbrook
  • captain cuttle....Trevor Peacock
  • directed by Jeremy Mortimer and Jessica Dromgoole
  • directed by.... Jeremy Mortimer and Jessica Dromgoole
  • directed by.... Jessica Dromgoole and Jeremy Mortimer
  • dombey....Robert Glenister
  • dr blimber....Robin Soans
  • dr peps....Karl Johnson
  • edith....helen schlesinger
  • feenix....Bertie Carvel
  • florence....abigail hollick
  • major....Nicky Henson
  • mr carker....Adrian Lukis
  • mrs brown....Geraldine James
  • mrs pipchin....flaminia cinque
  • mrs skewton....fenella fielding
  • other parts played by Ben Crowe, Peter Marinker, Simon Treves, alex lanipekun and lloyd thomas
  • other parts played by alex lanipekun and Simon Treves
  • other parts played by lloyd thomas, Ben Crowe and judith jones
  • paul....jacob theato
  • polly toodles....pam ferris
  • rob....lloyd thomas
  • susan....nadine marshall
  • toodles....Ben Crowe
  • toots....sam pamphilon
  • walter....joseph arkley
  • young florence....eliza darby
  • young walter....jordan clarke
  • music by.... nicolai abrahamsen

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    At last Mrs Dombey bears her husband a son.

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    Young Florence Dombey falls into the clutches of Good Mrs Brown.

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    Sent to Brighton for his health, Paul learns the value of money.

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    The heavy duty of learning at Doctor Blimber's Academy.

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    The dark and unknown sea that rolls around the world.

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    Dombey is in deep mourning for his son.

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    A trip to Leamington brings Dombey into the circle of the formidable Mrs Skewton.

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    Captain Cuttle seeks news of young Walter Gay, missing at sea.

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    Cold, disdainful Edith wins the hearts of Dombey and his manager.

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    Florence meets her new mama and something stirs in Edith's cold heart.

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    Harriet Carker tries to appeal to her brother's better nature.

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    The Dombeys return from their honeymoon and embark upon a frosty married life.

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    Edith Dombey tries to reason with her husband.

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    Dombey engages Carker to act as intermediary with his wife.

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    Edith is driven to extreme measures by Dombey's attempts to control her.

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    16/20.

    Cast out of her home, who can Florence turn to?

    Charles Dickens....Alex Jennings

    Dombey....Robert Glenister

    Edith....Helen Schlesinger

    Florence....Abigail Hollick

    Captain Cuttle....Trevor Peacock

    Mr Carker....Adrian Lukis

    Major....Nicky Henson

    Walter....Joseph Arkley

    Mrs Brown....Geraldine James

    Alice....Claire Rushbrook

    Susan....Nadine Marshall

    Toots....Sam Pamphilon

    Harriet....Katy Cavanagh

    Rob....Lloyd Thomas

    Other parts played by Ben Crowe, Alex Lanipekun and Simon Treves.

    Music by Nicolai Abrahamsen.

    Directed by Jeremy Mortimer and Jessica Dromgoole

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    Mike Walker's adaptation of Charles Dickens's classic tale of family relationships.

    17/20.

    As Florence is reunited with her old friend, Rob the Grinder spills the beans about his missing master.

    Charles Dickens....Alex Jennings

    Dombey....Robert Glenister

    Edith....Helen Schlesinger

    Florence....Abigail Hollick

    Captain Cuttle....Trevor Peacock

    Mr Carker....Adrian Lukis

    Major....Nicky Henson

    Walter....Joseph Arkley

    Mrs Brown....Geraldine James

    Alice....Claire Rushbrook

    Susan....Nadine Marshall

    Toots....Sam Pamphilon

    Harriet....Katy Cavanagh

    Rob....Lloyd Thomas

    Other parts played by Ben Crowe, Alex Lanipekun and Simon Treves.

    Music by Nicolai Abrahamsen.

    Directed by Jeremy Mortimer and Jessica Dromgoole.

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    Mike Walker's adaptation of Charles Dickens's classic tale of family relationships.

    18/20.

    Walter Gay plucks up the courage to tell Florence what she means to him.

    Charles Dickens....Alex Jennings

    Dombey....Robert Glenister

    Edith....Helen Schlesinger

    Florence....Abigail Hollick

    Captain Cuttle....Trevor Peacock

    Mr Carker....Adrian Lukis

    Major....Nicky Henson

    Walter....Joseph Arkley

    Mrs Brown....Geraldine James

    Alice....Claire Rushbrook

    Susan....Nadine Marshall

    Toots....Sam Pamphilon

    Harriet....Katy Cavanagh

    Rob....Lloyd Thomas

    Other parts played by Ben Crowe, Alex Lanipekun and Simon Treves.

    Music by Nicolai Abrahamsen.

    Directed by Jeremy Mortimer and Jessica Dromgoole

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    Mike Walker's adaptation of Charles Dickens's classic tale of family relationships.

    19/20.

    Mr Carker has an appointment with fate.

    Charles Dickens....Alex Jennings

    Dombey....Robert Glenister

    Edith....Helen Schlesinger

    Florence....Abigail Hollick

    Captain Cuttle....Trevor Peacock

    Mr Carker....Adrian Lukis

    Major....Nicky Henson

    Walter....Joseph Arkley

    Mrs Brown....Geraldine James

    Alice....Claire Rushbrook

    Susan....Nadine Marshall

    Toots....Sam Pamphilon

    Harriet....Katy Cavanagh

    Rob....Lloyd Thomas

    Other parts played by Ben Crowe, Alex Lanipekun and Simon Treves.

    Music by Nicolai Abrahamsen.

    Directed by Jeremy Mortimer and Jessica Dromgoole.

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    Mike Walker's adaptation of Charles Dickens's classic tale of family relationships.

    20/20.

    As Florence and Walter embark on a new life in the Far East, Dombey reaches the limits of his despair.

    Charles Dickens....Alex Jennings

    Dombey....Robert Glenister

    Edith....Helen Schlesinger

    Florence....Abigail Hollick

    Captain Cuttle....Trevor Peacock

    Mr Carker....Adrian Lukis

    Major....Nicky Henson

    Walter....Joseph Arkley

    Mrs Brown....Geraldine James

    Alice....Claire Rushbrook

    Susan....Nadine Marshall

    Toots....Sam Pamphilon

    Harriet....Katy Cavanagh

    Rob....Lloyd Thomas

    Other parts played by Ben Crowe, Alex Lanipekun and Simon Treves.

    Music by Nicolai Abrahamsen.

    Directed by Jeremy Mortimer and Jessica Dromgoole