2nd to 7th March 2015 at the Chrysalis Theatre, Milton Keynes
Following the success of our first visit to Elizabethan England with Blackadder II in September 2014, we returned to Queenie’s Court to stage the remaining 3 episodes from the popular TV series.
Money: Blackadder is pursued by the baby-eating Bishop of Bath and Wells over an unpaid loan and is forced to formulate cunning plans to make money…
Potato: In the wake of Sir Walter Raleigh’s triumphant return from America, and in an attempt to impress the Queen, Blackadder plans a voyage of his own around the Cape of Good Hope…
Chains: Blackadder and Melchett are kidnapped by the German Prince Ludwig, a murderous master of disguise, and held to ransom…
Written by Ben Elton and Richard Curtis. By kind permission of Richard Curtis and supporting Comic Relief. Royalties and our show raffle raised just under £800 for the charity.
Costumes used in this show are available to hire – see our Costumes page for more information.
Show Dates, Times and Ticket Prices
2nd to 7th March 2015. At the Chrysalis Theatre, Camphill, Milton Keynes MK15 9JY
Each performance included all 3 episodes
Monday 2nd March 2015. 7.30pm.
Tuesday 3rd March 2015. 7.30pm.
Wednesday 4th March 2015. 7.30pm.
Thursday 5th March 2015. 7.30pm.
Friday 6th March 2015. 7.30pm.
Saturday 7th March 2015. 7.30pm.
Lord Edmund Blackadder – Iain Wood
Baldrick – Chris Tennant
Lord Percy Percy – Jonathan Barnett
Queen Elizabeth I – Tracy Butler
Nursie – Jen Barber
Lord Melchett – Steve Clark
The Balladeer – David Lovesy
Additional characters in ‘Money’:
Bishop of Bath and Wells -David Lovesy
Mollie – Joanne Croft
Mad Beggar – Adam Croft
Arthur (a sailor) – Colin Aldous
Mr Pants – Carl Defriend
Mrs Pants – Sue Walmesley
Messenger – Jack Plummer / Dean Murphy
Leonardo (a painter) – Sean McDermott
Additional characters in ‘Potato’:
Sir Walter Raleigh – Adam Croft
Captain Rum – Dave Pibworth
Additional characters in ‘Chains’:
Prince Ludwig – Sean McDermott
Guard 1 – Colin Aldous
Guard 2 – Adam Croft
Torturer – Carl Defriend
Director – David Pibworth
Assistant Director – Sean McDermott
Production Manager – David Lovesy
Sound – Peter Lawson
Marketing & Publicity – David Lovesy and Steve Clark
Lighting Design – Andy Nicholson
Props – Pam Buckle, Clare Doughty, David Howard and Mary Howard
Set – Andy Nicholson, Dave Greenaway and Craig Marshall
Hair and Make up – Emma Dell (One Salon)
Costumes – Anna Wingerath and Steve Clark
Stage Management – Karen and Steve Young (Hippofrog)