30 June 1960 – September 1967 (2,618 performances)
Directed by Peter Coe
Costumes & Set: Sean Kenny
Choreography: Malcolm Clare
Lighting: John Wyckham
Orchestrations: Eric Rogers
Musical Director: Marcus Dods
The article ‘Illuminating Oliver’ above reveals there was a total of 65 lighting cues in the show.
Previews 21 December 1977, Opened 28 December 1977, Closed 20 September 1980 Revived by Cameron Mackintosh, using the same Sean Kenny set.
Directed by Robin Midgley and Larry Oaks, based on the original by Peter Coe, with designs by Sean Kenny.
Previews 14 December 1983; Opened 20 December 1983; Closed 14 January 1984
Limited season prior to transfer to Broadway – Mark Hellinger Theatre (April 1984) where it ran for just under three weeks (after two weeks of previews).
Starring Ron Moody, Patti Lupone
8 December 1994 – 21 February 1998 (1366 performances)
Director: Sam Mendes
Producer: Cameron Mackintosh
Designer: Anthony Ward
Musical Staging: Matthew Bourne
Lighting: David Hersey
Sound: Paul Groothius & Mike Walker
Music Supervisor: Martin Koch
Orchestrator: William David Brohn
Director – Laurence Connor
Producer – Cameron Mackintosh, Southbrook Group and Stage Entertainment UK
Lighting Design – Paule Constable
Sound Design – Paul Groothuis
Costume Design – Anthony Ward
Scenic Design – Totie Driver and Adrian Vaux
Choreography – Matthew Bourne
Musical Director – Toby Higgins
Orchestrations – William David Brohn
Musical Supervisor – Stephen Brooker
Additional Choreography and Restaging – Geoffrey Garratt