Fanny (London, The Watermill Theatre, 2024) | Playbill




The overdue story of the other Mendelssohn, Fanny imagines that Fanny Mendelssohn intercepts a letter addressed to ‘F. Mendelssohn’ inviting Felix to play for Queen Victoria. As the true composer of the song "Italien", she decides to hide the letter, don her brother’s clothes, and take his place at the palace…cueing a race across Europe and a furious Felix.

Directed by Katie-Ann McDonough
Scenic and Costume Design by Sophia Pardon
Lighting Design by David Howe
Sound Design by Thomas André Wasley

Cast Includes Charlie Russell, Corey Montague-Sholay, Harry Kershaw, Kim Ismay, George Howard, Jade May Lin


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