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Made in Dagenham (2014)

Adelphi Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

05/11/2014 > 11/04/2015

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Adelphi Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

Dates

Première Preview: jeudi 09 octobre 2014
Première: mercredi 05 novembre 2014
Dernière: samedi 11 avril 2015

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Artistes

Mise en scène:
Rupert Goold
Chorégraphie:
Aletta Collins
Avec:
Gemma Arterton (Rita O’Grady), Adrian Der Gregorian (Eddie), Steve Furst (Mr Tooley), Mark Hadfield (Harold Wilson), Sophie-Louise Dann (Barbara Castle), Sophie Stanton (Beryl), Heather Craney (Clare), Sophie Isaacs (Sandra), Julius D'Silva (Mr Hopkins), Naomi Frederick (Lisa), Isla Blair, David Cardy, Naana Agyei-Ampadu, Thomas Aldridge, Kate Coysten, Christopher Howell, Scott Garnham, Ian Jervis, Paul Kemble, Emma Lindars, Jo Napthine, Tracey Penn, Gemma Salter, Gareth Snook, Rachel Spurrell, Emily Squibb, Karli Vale, and Rene Zagger.

Presse

"But like the cause of equal pay itself, there’s an air of unfinished business about it all. Despite celebrating how a bunch of workers found their voice, the evening lacks a truly compelling one of its own." Dominic Cavendish for The Telegraph
"This show – with its slick, catchy tunes ... infectiously demonstrates that it's a saga well worth making a song and dance about." Paul Taylor for The Independent
"Turned into a big, brassy musical, the show has mislaid the quality that made the film so good: a real heart." Michael Billington for The Guardian
"With its feel-good approach to a long-won battle for fairness, this show will win plenty of friends out for an evening’s easy entertainment." Quentin Letts for The Daily Mail
"... a funny, thoughtful and uplifting show that deserves to be seen." Simon Edge for The Daily Express
"Made in Dagenham is broad, occasionally crass and a little too manipulative (the final number is an especially brazen bid to get us on our feet). But it also manages to be robustly likeable — mixing passionate populism with bursts of big-budget flamboyance." Henry Hitchings for the Evening Standard

Commentaire

Essex 1968. Like millions of other working women, each morning Rita O’Grady is just trying to get her husband out of bed, get the kids off to school and get to work at the factory on time. But life is about to change forever when it’s announced that the girls in the sewing room of Ford’s Dagenham car plant will have their pay grade dropped to ‘unskilled’. Quickly drawing on a strength she never knew she had, Rita leads her friends in a battle against the might of Ford and the corruption of the Union supposed to protect them. As the girls’ inspiring journey gets bigger than anyone could have imagined, the pressure is too much for some, but can Rita keep up the fight and the happy home she’s worked so hard for?

 

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Adelphi Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée : 5 mois
Nombre :
Première Preview : jeu 09 octobre 2014
Première : mer 05 novembre 2014
Dernière : sam 11 avril 2015
Mise en scène : Rupert Goold
Chorégraphie : Aletta Collins
Avec : Gemma Arterton (Rita O’Grady), Adrian Der Gregorian (Eddie), Steve Furst (Mr Tooley), Mark Hadfield (Harold Wilson), Sophie-Louise Dann (Barbara Castle), Sophie Stanton (Beryl), Heather Craney (Clare), Sophie Isaacs (Sandra), Julius D'Silva (Mr Hopkins), Naomi Frederick (Lisa), Isla Blair, David Cardy, Naana Agyei-Ampadu, Thomas Aldridge, Kate Coysten, Christopher Howell, Scott Garnham, Ian Jervis, Paul Kemble, Emma Lindars, Jo Napthine, Tracey Penn, Gemma Salter, Gareth Snook, Rachel Spurrell, Emily Squibb, Karli Vale, and Rene Zagger.
Commentaires : Essex 1968. Like millions of other working women, each morning Rita O’Grady is just trying to get her husband out of bed, get the kids off to school and get to work at the factory on time. But life is about to change forever when it’s announced that the girls in the sewing room of Ford’s Dagenham car plant will have their pay grade dropped to ‘unskilled’. Quickly drawing on a strength she never knew she had, Rita leads her friends in a battle against the might of Ford and the corruption of the Union supposed to protect them. As the girls’ inspiring journey gets bigger than anyone could have imagined, the pressure is too much for some, but can Rita keep up the fight and the happy home she’s worked so hard for?
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