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The Lost World (play 2000)

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The Lost World (2000)

The Lost World is a British play written and directed by Nobby Dimon, performed by the North Country Theatre company from november 2000 until january 2001.

The play is an adaptation of the Conan Doyle's novel: The Lost World (1912). According to the director, « this version has evolved from the original, but still contains some prehistoric jokes. »

This version has been also produced in 2013, see The Lost World.



Cast



Performances

2000

  • 15 november 2000 : Georgian Theatre Royal (Richmond, UK)
  • 27 december 2000 : Lazonby Village Hall (UK)
  • 28 december 2000 : Appleby Public Hall (UK)

2001

  • 5 january 2001 : Melmerby Village Hall (UK)






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