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Michael Hugo playing the real life Neil meets Neil Baldwin
The much-anticipated stage production of Marvellous ?the remarkable story of Stoke City FC kit man, clown and all-round local hero, Neil ?ello?Baldwin ?akes to the stage at the New Vic Theatre from Friday 11 March to Saturday 9 April.
Featuring a seven-strong cast including neurodiverse actors, Marvellous will be performed by Suzanne Ahmet (Pride and Prejudice, Grosvenor Open Air Theatre Chester); Charlie Bence (Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis, Park Theatre London); Gareth Cassidy (The 39 Steps, The Prince and the Pauper, New Vic); Alex Frost (The Full Monty, UK Tour); Michael Hugo (Coppelia ?A Mystery, The 39 Steps, New Vic); Jerone Marsh-Reid (The Strange Tale Of Charlie Chaplin And Stan Laurel, UK Tour) and Daniel Murphy, who will all play versions of themselves playing Neil Baldwin and a whole host of other characters.
A brand new play commissioned especially for the New Vic, Nello? local theatre, and created in conjunction with Neil Baldwin himself. With words almost entirely Nello? own, Marvellous combines a playful script with physical comedy and New Vic Artistic Director Theresa Heskins?iconic directorial style, to bring to life this incredible story about how you can realise your dreams ?even when society tries to limit you with a label.
Previously adapted into a BAFTA winning film and a book, Neil? life-affirming story now inspires this brand-new stage play. The production also forms part of the celebrations at the New Vic to mark the 60th anniversary of its theatre making in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire. Originally the Victoria Theatre Company, the first professional theatre company in Britain to perform permanently in-the-round and founded 60 years ago in October 1962 by Peter Cheeseman, Marvellous continues the New Vic tradition for producing documentary-style plays that tell stories of real-lives

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Travellers living in a yard on St Peters Crescent in Peterstone Wentlooge, have been subject to racism from local residents in the village. They've been called gypsy scum
Pictured: some of the children who live on the site that are subjected to racist abuse on a daily basis