In the idyllic but troubled Pantovia, brought to near ruin by the upstart Count de Cash, the Rumple family and their neighbours do their best to celebrate young Rosie's birthday. But the party is spoilt when the awful Count arrives and tries to drag the fair Rosie away to the Palace.
She is rescued by a brave visitor and it is love at first sight. Little does she know that he is in fact Prince Rupert, the rightful ruler of the land. Alas, they are soon separated, as more terrors befall the Rumples: a Werewolf roams the woods. Only Rupert's valet knows the beast is really Rupert, and must try to save him from the blunderbuss, the muskets and the Count's silver bullet.
Will the young lovers be re-united? Will Rupert be cured of his condition? Woe betide us, for with footmen like Cringe and Cower helping out, the ending is not a foregone conclusion!
|Count De Cash||Jon Keen|
|First Man||Jack Hill|
|Second Man||Chris Urquhart|
|First Woman||Maureen Cowley|
|Second Woman||Patricia Exell|
|Little boy||Jamie Heffer|
|Adult Chorus||Louise Sinnett
|Junior Chorus||Anna Chitty
|Assistant director||Stuart Durrant|
|Stage Manager||Pete Gosden|
|Assistant stage manager||Rob Chitty|
|Music production||John Taylor|
|Wardrobe||Sophie Taylor & Jackie Ross|
|Set design||Sophie Taylor|
|Granny's Cottage design||John Taylor|
|Furniture & properties||Caroline Jones|
|Make up||Helen Maclachlan|
|Poster design||John Taylor|
|Box office||Jo Heffer|
|Front of House||Nigel Willetts & Nick Skinner|