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Lady Chatterley’s Lover

By D.H. Lawrence adapted by Phillip Breen

‘clever and simple design.’ The Guardian
‘elegant and thought-provoking.’ Daily Mail
‘Explicit, tasteful and tender. ’ The Telegraph

D.H. Lawrence’s controversial novel, which was banned from publication in the UK until 1960, is a story about freedom of the mind and body in a society bound by class and tradition.

Lady Constance Chatterley is trapped in a loveless marriage. Feeling emotionally and physically neglected by her husband, Clifford, who was paralysed in the Great War, she flees to the arms of their handsome Gamekeeper Mellors. As their passionate affair escalates, Constance begins to realise that she can no longer live in a world of the mind alone.

An English Touring Theatre and Sheffield Theatre's co-production.


Oxford Playhouse

18 - 22 Oct 2016

York Theatre Royal

25 - 29 Oct 2016

Malvern Theatre

1 - 5 Nov 2016

Salisbury Playhouse

8 - 12 Nov 2016

Theatre Royal Brighton

15 - 19 Nov 2016

Cambridge Arts Theatre

22 - 26 Nov 2016

Rehearsal Gallery


Creative Team

Written By

D.H. Lawrence

Director / Adaptor

Philip Breen


Laura Hopkins

Lighting Designer

Natasha Chivers

Sound Designer

Andrea J. Cox

Movement Director

Ayse Tashkiran

Casting Director

Charlotte Sutton

Associate Director

George Richmond-Scott

Musical Director

David Osmond

Fight Director

Renny Krupinski

Dialect Coach

William Conacher

Production Photographer

Mark Douet


Mrs Flint/Mrs Bentley/Singer

Aretha Ayeh

Lady Constance Chatterley

Hedydd Dylan

Michaelis/ Trade Unionist/ Dan Coutts/ Albert Adam

Will Irvine

Sir Malcom Reid/Mr Linley/Field/Doctor

Ciaran McIntyre

Sir Clifford Chatterley

Eugene O’Hare


David Osmond

Oliver Mellors

Jonah Russell

Ivy Bolton

Rachel Sanders


Alice Selwyn