Plays Directory : The Browning Version

The information below is intended to give you a brief guide to the show and highlight some of the other The Mandy Network members who have also been involved in this show.

  • Author
    Terrence Rattigan
  • Written
    1948
  • Setting
    British Public School, 1940s
  • Overview
    The Browning Version is a play by Terence Rattigan, first performed on 8 September 1948 at the Phoenix Theatre, London, in a joint performance with Harlequinade. The play is about the last few days in the career of Andrew Crocker-Harris, an aging classics teacher at a British public school. When Taplow, a pupil who needs Crocker-Harris to pass him so he can go up to the next year, comes to him for help with his Greek, Crocker-Harris begins to show his true feelings through his love for literature.

    The original 1951 film version, starring Michael Redgrave as Crocker-Harris, won two awards at the Cannes Film Festival, one for Rattigan's screenplay, the other for Redgrave's performance.

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Connected mandy members:

Laurence Coqueral
Laurence Coqueral
Child Actor
2020, Taplow
Square Tower, Southsea
Leon Alexander
2018, John Taplow
Norfolk/Suffolk
Adam Smith
Adam Smith
Stills Photographer
2018, Stills Photographer
Elizabeth Dickens
2017, Mille Crocker-Harris
Thame Theatre
Emma Elizabeth Wright
2016, Mrs Gilbert
The Abbey Theatre, St Albans
Guy Dennys
Guy Dennys
Actor
2015, Mr Gilbert
Nathan Coenen
2015, Frank Hunter
Ann-Marie Mays
Ann-Marie Mays
Make-up Artist
2012, Wig Dresser
Emma Thornett
2012, U/study Millie Crocker-Harris and Mrs Gilbert
The Harold Pinter Theatre West End
Daniel Wilby
Daniel Wilby
Actor
2011, John Taplow
Stuart Sessions
2011, Dr Frobisher
Ryan Theatre, Harrow on the Hill
Jules Woodman
2011, Millie Crocker-Harris
Wayne Swann
Wayne Swann
Actor
2011, ANDREW CROCKER-HARRIS
Various venues in the West Midlands including THE COURTYARD THEATRE HEREFOR
Liam Morton
Liam Morton
Actor
2011, John Taplow
Minerva Theatre, Chichester
John Howarth
John Howarth
Actor
2011, Director
Bolton Little Theatre
David Tremaine
2010, Frank
Joanna Hickman
2009, Cover Millie/Mrs Gilbert
Theatre Royal Bath
Paul Bentinck
2009, Dr. Frobisher
Brighton Little Theatre
Rosalind Philips
Rosalind Philips
Director
2008, Movement Director
Soho Theatre
Alison Poole
Alison Poole
Actor
2008, Mrs Gilbert
Tristan Bates Theatre