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Charley's Aunt (Hilary, 2000)

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A comedy in three acts and a dress


  • Jack Chesney (Undergraduate procurer of aunts) - Richard Shaw
  • Charles Wykeham (Undergraduate, pleasantly confused) - James Needham
  • Brasset (Scout, consequently no relation) - Igor Gramatikovski
  • Lord Fancourt Babberly (Most Certainly not Charley's aunt) - Elizabeth Baldwin (Wadham)
  • Kitty Verdun (Suffragette and Jack's beloved) - noga zivan (Wadham)
  • Amy Spettigue (Charley's amour, flower arranger) - Kate Broadhurst
  • Sir Francis Chesney (Bart.) (Late India service (tennis and tea)) - Alexander Runchman
  • Mr. Spettigue (Amy's uncle, Kitty's guardian and bad egg) - Duncan Coutts (Worcester)
  • Donna Lucia D’Alvadorez (Charley's aunt, a woman of means) - Elizabeth Norman
  • Ela Delahay (Lucia's ward, of a romantic disposition) - Rhi Mogridge


  • By - Brandon Thomas

Script and Programme

Flosscars Wins

Best Heroinenoga zivan (Wadham) for Kitty Verdun
Best Bad GuyDuncan Coutts (Worcester) for Stephen Spettigue
Best Love SceneRichard Shaw and noga zivan (Wadham) for “Try me Jack!”
Best Impersonation of a person of the Opposite SexElizabeth Baldwin (Wadham) for Lord Fancourt Babberly
Most Quoted Line“Next term I mean to work!”
Best caricature of oneselfJames Needham for Charley Wykeham
Best special effectCollapsible piano at Greengates nursing home
Best Line LearnerAlex Runchman
Best onstage tantrumJames for losing sense of script and mumbling “Amy, Amy!”
Best offstage tantrumnoga zivan (Wadham) for refusing to kiss Richard Shaw
Best 'fluff' during a performanceLiz for covering up the lost chunk: “Well, it looks like it's up to me to tell my story then!”

Flosscars Nominations

Best HeroJames Needham for Charley
Richard Shaw for Jack
Best HeroineRhi Mogridge for Ela Delahay
Best inanimate objectBottles of bubbly
Best Love SceneElizabeth Baldwin (Wadham) and Alex for “Would you be my little floweret?”
Best caricature of oneselfRhi Mogridge for Ela Delahay
Igor Gramatikovski for Brassett
Best Line LearnerRichard Shaw
Best onstage tantrumElizabeth Baldwin (Wadham) for announcing she would not dress as a woman - “Oh no I'm not!”
Best offstage tantrumSomeone for Where's James? He's on in a minute! What's he doing with that bike?
Kate Broadhurst for arriving three minutes before the performance at Greengates nursing home
Best 'fluff' during a performanceThe letter
James and Richard Shaw for swapping lines for an entire scene and no one noticing
Most improvements to actual lines/Best at making up convincing lines/Best Ad LibRichard Shaw
James Needham
Liz Norman
shows/charleys_aunt.txt · Last modified: 2018/05/03 18:56 by lily