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Little Sir Nicholas

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2: Twelve-year-old Sir Gerald Tremaine starts his new life as a baronet in Cornwall.
Original novel by CECILIA ANNE JONES Adapted by DAVID BENEDICTUS
Music composed and conducted by IAN HUGHES
Photography JOHN ELSE
Designer HUMPHREY JAEGER Producer RICHARD CALLANAN Director ANDREW MORGAN
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Contributors

Unknown: Sir Gerald Tremaine
Novel By: Cecilia Anne
Adapted By: David Benedictus
Conducted By: Ian Hughes
Designer: Humphrey Jaeger
Producer: Richard Callanan
Director: Andrew Morgan
Lady Tremaine: Rachel Gurney
Mrs Tremaine: Bernice Stegers
Sir Gerald: Jonathan Norris
Margaret: Louisa Haigh
William: Christopher Villiers
Robinson: Jack Watson
Mere Annette: Jenny McCracken
Dulcie: Cathy Shipton
Nicholas: Max Beazley
Lucie: Olivia Gillan
Joe Snell: David Rickard
Tom Austen: Julian Paull

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