A Little Night Music

Music and lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM


Suggested by a film by INGMAR BERGMAN | Originally produced and directed on Broadway by HAROLD PRINCE

An achingly beautiful musical about love, memory and midsummer magic

23 November-2 December 2011

From the team who brought you Sedos’s acclaimed productions of Sweeney Todd and Kiss of the Spider Woman: the Musical comes this achingly beautiful musical about love, memory and midsummer magic.

In turn of the century Sweden, lawyer Fredrik Egerman is married to 18-year-old Anne, who, although they have been married almost a year, is still a virgin. As a treat for her, he buys tickets to see the actress Desirée Armfeldt (an old flame) in a play. Later that night, in Desirée’s digs, the romance is rekindled.

But Desirée has been having an affair with a jealous, military man, Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm, husband to the long-suffering Charlotte. And Fredrik’s son, Henrik, is in love with his stepmother Anne. What happens when they all converge at the grand estate of Desirée’s mother, Madame Armfeldt, for a weekend in the country?

Humorous and heart breaking, A Little Night Music is a glorious waltz through the tangled web of romance as everybody searches for their perfect match.


DESIRÉE | Paula Mount
FREDRIK | Jason Thomas
CHARLOTTE | Chloë Faine
CARL MAGNUS | Andrew Overin
ANNE | Karen Braganza
HENRIK | Robert Stanex
FREDRIKA | Kimberly Barker
PETRA | Lauren Mole
MADAME ARMFELDT | Joyce Lorinstein
FRID | Francisco Javier Orjales-Mourente


Kara McLean
Kaytie M Lee 
Sarah Lalin
Tim Garrad
Phillip Deppeler


Alexis Rose
Rebecca Chisholm
Michael Smith


DIRECTORS | Roger Harwood and Dawn Harrison-Wallace
MUSICAL DIRECTOR | David Griffiths
PRODUCER | Pippa Roome

[Sedos] should be credited as one of the premier [amateur] companies in the country, as their track record for staging professional-standard shows proves… it was a genius stroke by co-directors Roger Harwood and Dawn Harrison-Wallace to stage the entire show as a flashback… the casting was difficult to fault… [the cast] all did a great job of bringing the show to life… top marks must go to the costume team for their fantastic work… [musical director] David Griffiths and his musicians gave a performance grander than many of those you'd hear in West End theatres… Congratulations again to Sedos for another great production…

A Little Night Music, 2011, SONDHEIM the magazine - official publication of the Sondheim Society

Masterful in both dramatic and auditory terms…

A Little Night Music, 2011, Remote Goat

Bridewell Theatre

  • Wednesday 23 November 2011 7.30pm
  • Thursday 24 November 2011 7.30pm
  • Friday 25 November 2011 7.30pm
  • Saturday 26 November 2011 2.30pm
  • Saturday 26 November 2011 7.30pm
  • Tuesday 29 November 2011 7.30pm
  • Wednesday 30 November 2011 7.30pm
  • Thursday 1 December 2011 7.30pm
  • Friday 2 December 2011 7.30pm
  • Saturday 3 December 2011 2.30pm
  • Saturday 3 December 2011 7.30pm