Timon of Athens

Written by: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Don Cherrett

Monday 9th - Saturday 14th December, 2019

Timon is a rich Athenian loved by everyone as he is so generous with his wealth. People flock around him, flattering him and taking advantage of his good nature. However, when the money runs out no-one wants to know him and he leaves Athens to become a recluse living in a cave. When news reaches the ears of the Athenians that Timon has discovered gold, they seek him out again but fine he is no longer the friendly, stable character that he was!

Shakespeare's least known tragedy is in fact full of wit and moves along at an entertaining pace. With a mix of interesting characters and a text which is easy to follow, this production of Timon will be played in a modern setting with the emphasis on the comedic elements of the play.


Timon : Brian Woolton
Lucius : Chris Huggill
Lucullus : Chaz Davenport
Sempronius : Gill Linford
Ventidius : David Vinter
Apemantus : Lee Tilson
Alcibiades : Bob Rankin
Flavius : Martha Jenkins
Flaminius : Denise King
Lucilius : Marc Pinto
Servilius : Bethan Dovey
Caphis : Marc Pinto
Titus : Carole Allen
Hortensius : David Vinter
Varro’s rep : Andrea Travers
Isidore’s rep : Dionne Polychronopulos
Strangers : Peter Beebee and Marc Pinto
Old Athenian : Mike Kingman
Fool : Rachael de Courcy Beamish
Poet : Rachael de Courcy Beamish
Painter : Beverley Beck
Jeweller : Bethan Dovey
Merchant : Carole Allen
Phrynia : Dionne Polychronopulos
Timandra : Andrea Travers
Senators : Mike Kingman, Carole Allen and Gill Linford
Gaoler : Kerry Newton
Prisoner : Peter Beebee

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