Two girls in school uniforms jump up in a cloud of feathers

MALORY TOWERS

Wed 4 - Sat 7 September 2019
Tickets £21-£40*

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The windows shone. A green creeper climbed almost to the roof. It looked like an old-time castle. “My school!” thought Darrell, and a little warm feeling came into her heart. “How lucky I am to be going to Malory Towers!”’

Darrell Rivers is starting school with an eager mind and fierce heart. Unfortunately, she also has a quick temper! Can she learn to tolerate the infuriating Gwendoline Lacey, or value the kind-hearted Sally Hope? Can she save the school play and rescue terrified Mary Lou from the grip of a raging storm? If she can do these things anywhere, she will do them at Malory Towers!

Nostalgic, naughty and perfect for now, Malory Towers is the original ‘girl power’ story. Expect high jinks, high drama and high spirits, all set to sensational live music and breath-taking animation. This is a show for girls, boys and all of us grown-up children who still dream of midnight feasts and Cornish clifftops.

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Running Time

Approximately 2 hours including an interval

General Guidance

Performances contain strobe, flashing lights and loud bangs. Show contains references to mental health and suicide.

Age Guidance

8+

Tickets

Wednesday - Saturday 7.45pm,
and Saturday, 2.30pm: £21/£30/£35/£40*
Thursday, 2.30pm: £21/£30/£35*

*All ticket prices include a £3 per-ticket booking fee.

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Francesca Mills
Francesca Mills

Training: The Academy for Theatre Arts.

Theatre includes: The American Clock (Old Vic), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Sheffield Crucible), Pity (The Royal Court), The Two Noble Kinsman (Shakespeare’s Globe), A Tale Of Two Cities (Regent’s Park); Cyrano de Bergerac (Northern Broadsides/UK Tour); A Pacifist’s Guide to War on Cancer (National Theatre/Complicite); The Government Inspector (Birmingham Rep/UK Tour); Peter Pan (Wimbledon); See How They Run (UK Tour).

Television includes: Harlots - Season 2 & 3 (Hulu/ITV), End the Awkward (Channel 4).

Film includes: Zoolander 2

Francesca was nominated for the 2017 Ian Charleston Award for her performance in The Government Inspector (Birmingham Rep).

Izuka Hoyle
Izuka Hoyle

Izuka trained at Arts Educational School.

Theatre credits include: Emily Davison in Sylvia (The Old Vic); The Boy in The Selfish Giant (Royal & Derngate / Vaudeville); Catherine Parr in SIX (The Arts Theatre); Selina in Working (Southwark Playhouse); 

Television credits include: Dani in Clique (Balloon Entertainment/BBC 3); Clara in Jerk (Roughcut TV).

Film credits include: Mary Seton in Mary Queen of Scots (Working Title Films).

Meribelle Gremaud
Meribelle Gremaud

With a BA in physical theatre from the Accademia Teatro Dimitri (CH) and a post-graduate degree from the Laban Conservatory of Dance (UK), Mirabelle has adopted a unique discipline that involves elements from circus, acrobatics, contortion and hand-balancing. Her musical practice began with the harp and she has since developed strong singing skills. Using the moniker ‘Le Mirabellier’ she devises her own physical and theatrical work.

She has worked for dance-theatre and circus companies in Switzerland and England and was cast in Emma Rice's first production of her new company Wise Children.

Theatre credits include: Young Nora in Wise Children (Wise Children, Old Vic and UK Tour).

Rebecca Collingwood
Rebecca Collingwood

Theatre includes: Precious Little Talent, Widowers’ Houses (Orange Tree Theatre), The Hartlepool Monkey (Gyre & Gimble), Caste (Finborough Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing and Love’s Labour’s Lost (RSC at Chichester & Haymarket Theatre).

Renee Lamb
Renee Lamb

Renee trained at Tring Park School for Performing Arts

Theatre credits include: Armelia in Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Southwark Playhouse, Mercury Colchester); Chiffon in Little Shop of Horrors (Regents Park); Catherine of Aragon in SIX (The Arts Theatre).

Rose Shalloo
Rose Shalloo

Rose trained at The MTA and graduated in 2014

Theatre credits include: Little Boy in The Selfish Giant (Vaudeville Theatre, Royal & Derngate); Margalit in To Paint the Earth (Southwark Playhouse); Chava in Fiddler On The Roof (Chichester Festival Theatre); Shannon in A Pacifists Guide to the War on Cancer (National Theatre); Alice in Harry is Asking (Clapham Omnibus); Zoe in Counting the Days (Arcola Theatre); Melissa in Superheroes (Clapham Omnibus); Emma in Connected (Landor & Edinburgh Fringe Festival).

Television credits include: Ellen Maccoubrie in Holby City (BBC), Tasha in Harlan Coben’s The Five (Sky), Hannah Commander in David Eldridge’s The Scandalous Lady W (BBC), June Colter in Call the Midwife (BBC).

Film credits include: Hannah in Emma (Working Title Films).

Recordings include: JONAH (Audible); RAMEO & EWELIET; The Little Beasts (Perfect Pitch).

Vinnie Heaven
Vinnie Heaven

Vinnie is a non-binary trans performer, and has focused their last year of work on projects that explore gender identity or represent the gender non-conforming community. They are an associate artist of Strike A Light who produced She’s A Good Boy, written and performed by Vinnie, which toured nationally in 2019.

Vinnie’s most recent performance credits include; Pingu in Cuckoo at Soho Theatre and Imaginary Friend in the national tour of Half The World Away.
 
They are also the Co-Artistic Director of Raised Eyebrows Theatre who are touring Charmane, a family show written by Vinnie, Autumn 2019 to Spring 2020

Emma Rice (Director)
Stephanie Hockley (Pianist and Musical Director)

Gallery

  • A group sits one plays an instrument
  • a group are in a cave with flash light
  • a girl is covered in paint screaming
  • a group stand in front of a window a shadow is behind them
  • A girl in school uniform dances

Trailer

  • 'Emotional and evocative. Stuffed full of inventions and enchantment. It is magic'

    THE GUARDIAN
  • 'It revels in the power and potential of young women - and that makes you want to cheer'

    THE TIMES
  • 'Malory Towers is a play that speaks very directly to the young people. Showing them the power and possibility they wield'

    WHATSONSTAGE
  • 'A jolly trip down memory lane that packs an emotional punch'

    BRISTOL POST