THE WINSLOW BOY
Clwyd Theatr Cymru
"Let Right be done"
When his 14 year old son Ronnie is expelled from Osborne Royal Naval College for stealing a five shilling postal order, Arthur Winslow risks financial ruin, his family's happiness and his own health to ensure that the boy has a fair trial.
Based on an actual case from 1910, The Winslow Boy is a play about the rights of the individual against the might of the establishment.
Directed by Terry Hands.
"Rattigan is one of the finest dramatists of the last century" The Daily Telegraph
Saturday matinees 2.30pm
Talkback: 23 & 30 May
Pay What You Can and Teen Tickets available.
18 May 2.30pm
23 May 7.30pm
25 May 2.30pm
**AFTERNOON TEA is available for SATURDAY matinee ticket holders at a price of £6.00, post show. Afternoon tea must be pre-booked through the Box Office 0845 330 3565**
- Fred Sam Blythe
- Dickie Winslow Steffan Donnelly
- Sir Robert Morton Simon Dutton
- Grace Winslow Sian Howard
- Catherine Winslow Eleanor Howell
- Miss Barnes Victoria John
- Ronnie Winslow Laurie Kynaston
- John Watherstone Daniel Llewelyn-Williams
- Violet Vivienne Moore
- Desmond Curry Kai Owen
- Arthur Winslow Joshua Richards
- Writer Terence Rattigan
- Director Terry Hands
- Designer Mark Bailey
- Composer Colin Towns
- Lighting Designer Terry Hands
- Sound Designer Matthew Williams
- Choreographer Rachel Catherall
“Simon Dutton gives a bravura performance as the country's most expensive barrister” – The Guardian
“a satisfying drama in which dialogue and character create dramatic tension in a masterful way.” – The Western Mail
“This is one of the best plays I have ever seen at Mold and cannot recommend it highly enough.” – The Daily Post
“this play still grips like a vice” – THE STAGE
“"...another huge success for Clwyd Theatr Cymru"” – Virtual Shropshire