By Liz Kuti.
In 1737, Henry Fielding, author of Tom Jones and scourge of Walpole's corrupt parliament, astonished the world by rejoining the Establishment.
London's most infamous libertine became a magistrate - outlawing plays and players.
But at what cost, to himself and to those who had loved and admired him?
Henry Fielding....Richard McCabe
Charlotte Charke....Lizzie McInnerny
Robert Walpole....Ron Cook
Richard Yates....Nickolas Grace
Eliza Hayward....Frances Tomelty
Mary Fielding....Alison Pettitt
The Ale House maid....Amy Marston
Mr Ravenhill....Christopher Adlington
Colley Cibber....Robert Price
Directed by Eoin O'Callaghan.