by Mark Healey
Based on the novel by John Fowles
NOMINATED FOR TWO OFFIE AWARDS
BEST MALE & BEST SET DESIGN
“A mix of complex character traits, injections of humour...and ever mounting tension” Culture Whisper
"Compelling from beginning to end, superbly acted and an absorbing plotline to match”
London Theatre 1
Frederick Clegg loves Miranda Grey.
Miranda Grey loves Frederick Clegg, she just doesn't know it yet.
She has never met him, she has never spoken to him, but she will fall in love with him, Frederick will make sure of that, no matter what.
Adapted by Mark Healy from the classic novel by John Fowles, The Collector is the story of a lonely butterfly collector and his obsession with a beautiful art student. When Frederick comes into a large amount of money, he buys a deserted country house and makes preparations to accommodate a very special house guest.
The Collector is a tense, psychological, edge of the seat thriller. Will Miranda become a permanent addition to his collection or will she be able to convince him to let her fly free?
Director: Joe Hufton
Set Designer: Max Dorey
Lighting Designer: Matt Leventhall
Sound Designer: Ed Lewis
Daniel was born in Glasgow. Recent Theatre credits include Black Watch with National Theatre of Scotland and Philoctetes with Oran Mor, in Glasgow. Since 2012, Daniel has been playing Podrick Payne in HBO’s hit fantasy drama Game of Thrones. Film credits include Outcast (2009), The Angels’ Share (2012) and The Journey (2016)
Lily was born in London. TV credits include Skins, The Fades and Wallander. She will feature in the upcoming series of The Musketeers on BBC One. Film credits include Sleepyhead, Sket and Fear of Water, for which she received the Best Newcomer award at the Monaco International Film Festival. The Collector will be Lily's professional stage debut.
2nd - 28th August 2016
Tuesday - Saturday 7.30pm
Saturday Matinee 2.30pm
General Admission Prices from £12.50 - £18.00
Prices do not include Booking Fee
Entrance to The Collector is via our
Launcelot Street entrance