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The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd

Summary
1995 BBC production of The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd by D. H. Lawrence, given in the Performance series.
Theatre play
The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd by D. H. Lawrence [more information]
Date of transmission
Saturday 14 October 1995
Series
Performance
Channel
BBC2
Production company
BBC

Credits

Director
Katie Mitchell
Producer
Simon Curtis
Lighting Director
Duncan Brown
Visual Effects Designer
Perry Brahan
Playwright
D. H. Lawrence
Designer
Jonathan Taylor
Properties Buyer
Gill Farr
Design Operatives Supervisor
Mike Hawkins
Costume Designer
Judy Pepperdine
Make-up Designer
Caroline Noble
Sound
Alan Machin
Sound
Paul Ostwind
Videotape Editor
Ian Williams
Fight Arranger
Terry King
Casting Advisor
Alison Chard
Dialect Coach
Joan Washington
Technical Director
John Vincent
Assistant Floor Manager
Theresa MacInnis
Production Assistant
Pauline Bullock-Webster
Production Manager
Daphne Phipps
Vision Mixer
Julie Mann
Programme Budget Assistant
Andrew Derbyshire
Studio Production Resources Manager
Alan Bright
Producer’s Secretary
Laura Gee
Script Editor
Michael Hastings
Associate Producer
Ruth Mayorcas
Cast
Gavin AbbottMiner
Christopher BrandMiner
Brenda BruceGrandmother
Stephen DillaneBlackmore
Colin FirthCharles Holroyd
Wayne FoskettRigley
Shane FoxJack
Melanie HillLaura
Peter NeedhamMine Manager
Lauren RichardsonMinnie
Mossie SmithClara
Zoë Wanamaker (1949-)Mrs Holroyd

Additional details

Play tags
marriage; mines and mining

Audiovisual sources

Title
The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd (BBC, 1995)
Archive
BBC Information and Archives [more information]
Address

White City
London
UK

Telephone

+44 (0)20 8008 2288

Website

http://www.bbc.co.uk/informationandarchives/

Access

BBC Information and Archives is not open to the public.

Print sources

Title
'Classics on TV: Edwardian Drama on the Small Screen’, a BFI Southbank season + Screen Plays symposium, May 2014 (Blog article)
Author/creator
John Wyver (Author)
Reference
http://screenplaystv.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/edwardian-drama-on-the-small-screen, published 24 March 2014

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