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Michael Frayn's "Democracy" will transfer to Lyttelton, NT from 8 to 27 Mar 04
Michael Frayn's Democracy, which is currently playing to capacity houses at the Cottesloe, NT, until 30 Dec 2003, will transfer to the Lyttelton, NT on 8 March 2004 for a straight run of 27 performances to 27 March 2004.
(Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 10 Oct 03)
The transfer is expected to feature the same cast including Roger Allam & Conleth Hill
This new Frayn play opened to terrific notices from the popular press last month: THE DAIL MAIL says, "A brilliant new play."; THE TIMES says, "I was gripped." THE GUARDIAN says, "Essential viewing." THE FINANCIAL TIMES says, "Superbly intricate, suspenseful, suggestive." THE INDEPENDENT says, "Richly rewarding." THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, " Intelligent and grippig."
It is directed by Michael Blakemore, designed by Peter J Davison with lighting by Mark Henderson.
Set in West Germany, 1969. Willy Brandt begins his brief but remarkable career as the first left-of-centre Chancellor for nearly forty years. Always present but rarely noticed is Gunter Guillaume, Brandt's devoted personal assistant - and no less devoted in his other role, spying on Brandt for the Stasi.