Date(s) - 15.05.2016
16:00 - 18:00
Centre Pluriel d'Ouchy CPO
In the Tudor court of Elizabeth I, Lord Edmund
Blackadder strives to win Her Majesty’s favour while
attempting to avoid a grisly fate should he offend her.
However, Blackadder employs a young man called “Bob”
(who is actually a woman in disguise who ran away to get a
legitimate job after her father suggested she become a
prostitute) whom he finds himself attracted to, much to his
dismay. Once he discovers that “Bob” is actually Kate, he
plans to marry her. In order to pay for his wedding, he
attempts to impress his fanatically Puritanical aunt and
uncle, while simultaneously attempting to win a drinking
competition, only to have his fiancee elope with his friend
and best man, Lord Flashheart the day of the wedding.
Directed by Daniel Gardini and Julia Krämer
Lord Blackadder: Chris Hemmens
Lord Percy: David Nuñez
Baldrick: John Holmes
Queenie: Alexis Munier
Lord Melchett: Colin Gamage
Nursie: Heather Gavin
Kate/Bob: Dorothy Brooks
Lady Whiteadder: Sara Barmada
Lord Whiteadder: John Middleton
Wisewoman: Catherine Fitzsimons
Young Crone: Julia Krämer
Lord Flashheart: Aurélien Barakat
Arthur/Simon Partridge: Daniel Gardini
Dr Leech/Messenger/Geoffrey Piddle: Anja Abinader
The Village Players, an English speaking amateur theatrical association based in Lausanne, Switzerland, performs Blackadder II with the permission of the United Agency UK and is adapted by Daniel Gardini and Julia Krämer from the original BBC scripts by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton.
Bookings are closed for this event.