The Witches of Eastwick

Wednesday 18th to Saturday 21st February 2015

London Oratory School Theatre
Seagrave Road

Director: Jonny Clines
Musical director: Sam Fisher
Choreographer: Kim Findlay
Assistant director/producer: Adam Walker 

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About the show

The story is based around three female protagonists, the 'Witches' Alexandra Spofford, Jane Smart, and Sukie Rougemont. Frustrated and bored by their mundane lives in the town of Eastwick, a shared longing and desire for "all manner of man in one man" comes to life in the form of a charismatic stranger, a devil-like character, Darryl Van Horne. Seducing each of the women in turn Darryl teaches them how to further expand the powers locked within, though their new unorthodox lifestyle scandalizes the town. As these powers become more sinister and events spiral out of control, the women come to realise that Darryl's influence is corrupting everyone he comes into contact with and resolve to use their new-found strength to exile him from their lives.


Our wonderful and talented cast for The Witches of Eastwick included: 

Alexandra Spofford – Helen Burgess-Bartlett
Jane Smart – Charlotte Donald
Sukie Rougemont – Rhian Roberts
Darryl Van Horne – Nick Moorhead
Felicia Gabriel – Kate Chesworth
Clyde Gabriel – Neil Wease
Michael Spofford – Mark Stanford
Jennifer Gabriel - Avril Stanford
Little Girl – Beth Wilkinson
Fidel – Kob Yeboah
Gina Marino – Cassie Pearson
Joe Marino – Peter Beaven
Brenda Parsley – Susan Sworn
Ed Parsley – Rob Malone
Greta Neff – Aimee Parnell
Raymond Neff – Nick Dore
Marge Perly – Jo Pandolfi
Rebecca – Vicki Rice


Gemma Rushton, Hannah Voss, Phoebe Morris, Rosie Miles, Sarah Norton, Charlotte Critchlow, Zoe Dobell, Tess Dowdeswell, Hannah McKenna-Vickerstaff, Alice Massey, Jamie Wright, Ailie Donaldson, Nicky Henderson, Deborah Lowe, Tommy Cawkwell and Michelle Remnant.