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Peterloo

Lists: Drama, Historical

Brief Synopsis: "An epic portrayal of the events surrounding the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre, where a peaceful pro-democracy rally at St Peter’s Field in Manchester turned into one of the bloodiest and most notorious episodes in British history. The massacre saw British government forces charge into a crowd of over 60,000 that had gathered to demand political reforms and protest against rising levels of poverty."

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People Involved

  • Rory Kinnear (Henry Hunt)
  • Maxine Peake (Nellie)
  • Pearce Quigley (Joshua)
  • David Moorst (Joseph)
  • Rachel Finnegan (Mary)
  • Tom Meredith (Robert)
  • Simona Bitmate (Esther)
  • Robert Wilfort (Lord Liverpool, the Prime Minister)
  • Karl Johnson (Lord Sidmouth, the Home Secretary)
  • Sam Troughton (Mr Hobhouse)
  • Roger Sloman (Mr Grout)
  • Kenneth Hadley (Mr Golightly)
  • Tom Edward-Kane (Mr Cobb)
  • Lizzy McInnerny (Mrs Moss)
  • Alastair Mackenzie (General Sir John Byng)
  • Neil Bell (Samuel Bamford)
  • Lisa Millett (Jemima Bamford)
  • Philip Jackson (John Knight)
  • John Paul Hurley (John Thacker Sexton)
  • Tom Gill (Joseph Johnson)
  • Lizzie Frain (Mrs Johnson)
  • Harry Hepple (James Wroe)
  • Ian Mercer (Dr Joseph Healey)
  • Adam Long (Jack, Wroes Printer)
  • Nico Mirallegro (John Bagguley)
  • Danny Kirrane (Samuel Drummond)
  • Johnny Byrom (John Johnston)
  • Victor McGuire (Deputy Chief Constable Nadin)
  • Stephen Wight (Oliver the Spy)
  • Ryan Pope (Chippendale the Spy)
  • Dorothy Atkinson (Singing Weaver)
  • Tim McInnerny (Prince Regent)
  • Marion Bailey (Lady Conyngham)
  • Vincent Franklin (Magistrate Rev Ethelston)
  • Jeff Rawle (Magistrate Rev Hay)
  • Eileen Davies (Mrs. Mary Hay)
  • Philip Whitchurch (Magistrate Colonel Fletcher)
  • Martin Savage (Magistrate Norris)
  • Al Weaver (Magistrate Hutton)
  • David Bamber (Magistrate Rev Mallory)
  • David Fielder (Magistrate Rev Gutteridge)
  • Fine Time Fontayne (Magistrate Clowes)
  • Robert Gillespie (Magistrate Warmley)
  • Jonathan Jaynes (Magistrate Tatton)
  • Nicholas Lumley (Magistrate Rev Perryn)
  • Shaun Prendergast (Magistrate Bolt)
  • Alan Williams (Magistrate Marriott)
  • Dorothy Duffy (Mary Fildes)
  • Victoria Moseley (Susannah Saxton)
  • Christine Bottomley (Female Reformer)
  • Samantha Edwards (Female Reformer)
  • Julie Hesmondhalgh (Female Reformer)
  • Kate Rutter (Female Reformer)
  • Katie West (Female Reformer)
  • Joseph Kloska (Richard Carlile)
  • Leo Bill (John Tyas)
  • Brian Fletcher (Edward Baines)
  • Gary Cargill (John Smith)
  • Patrick Kennedy (Lt. Col Guy LEstrange)
  • Guy Williams (Lieutenant Colonel Dalrymple)
  • Ben Crompton (Tuke, the painter)
  • Bryony Miller (Bessie, Johnsons Servant)
  • Lee Boardman (Nadins Constable)
  • Steve Garti (Nadins Constable)
  • Leo Ashton (Young George)
  • Alicia Turner (Young Sarah)
  • Elsie Kirk (Baby Sarah)
  • Florence Kirk (Baby Sarah)
  • Darren Scott (Man Giving Directions)
  • Michael Culkin (A Lord)
  • Laura Elphinstone (Mill Worker)
  • Rachel Davies (Pie Buyer)
  • Julie Riley (Egg Seller)
  • Kieran OBrien (Peter Wilkes, a Farrier)
  • Noreen Kershaw (Mrs Mickletwhaite, Drunk Servant/ Thief)
  • Jim English (Edward Wilde, Watch Thief)
  • Adam Shaw (James Mahon, Coat Thief)
  • Bob Goody (Outraged Reformer)
  • Sam Graham (Potato Thrower)
  • Tilly Vosburgh (Potato Throwers Wife)
  • David Hounslow (Man Drilling Reformers)
  • Steve Huison (Stableman)
  • Jeremy Todd (Thomas Worrell, Stone Clearing Boss)
  • Paul Bown (Richard Wainwright, a Mill Owner)
  • Paul Popplewell (Mill Overseer)
  • Moya Brady (Abusive Bystander)
  • Jane Hazlegrove (Abusive Bystander)
  • Hayley Jayne Standing (Servant at Magistrates Breakfast)
  • Kate OFlynn (Chadderton Woman)
  • Gerard Kearns (Chadderton Womans Husband)
  • John Branwell (Chadderton Womans Father)
  • Isla Nield (Chadderton Womans Daughter)
  • Philip Martin Brown (Angry Citizen)
  • James Benson (Angry Citizen)
  • Sidney Livingstone (Mr Buxton)
  • David Walmsley (Magistrates Messenger)
  • James Dryden (Wigan Man)
  • Bronwyn James (Wigan Mans Sister)
  • Polly Hemingway (Margaret Goodwin, Woman Recognising Yeoman)
  • Steve Cain (Passer-By)
  • Sarah Crowden (Lady at Races)
  • Miles Richardson (Gentleman at Races)
  • Graham Seed (Gentleman at Races)
  • Tim Barker (Vicar)
  • Mark Ryan (Ben Thorpe, Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Mark Sheals (Thomas Sheldermine, Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Paul Greenwood (Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Malcolm Ridley (Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Michael Cahill (Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Alex McNally (Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Jonathan Oliver (Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Jimmy Fairhurst (Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Paul Kynman (Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Nick Moss (Manchester & Salford Yeomanry)
  • Dan Poole (Captain William J Ford, 15th Hussars)
  • Tristram Davies (Captain William DePasse 15th Hussars)
  • Charlie Tighe (Captain Phillip Woodhouse, 15th Hussars)
  • Michael Chadwick (Trooper John Millfield, 15th Hussars)
  • Oliver Devoti (Soldier, 15th Hussars)
  • Ian Davies (Rob Hullock, Soldier 31st Foot Regiment)
  • Lee Bainbridge (Soldier, 31st Foot Regiment)
  • Dan Bottomley (Joshua Harrison, a Musician)
  • Liam Gerrard (Jacob Flather, a Musician)
  • Scott Haining (Joseph Cliffs, a Musician)
  • Ian Conningham (Musician)
  • James Dangerfield (Musician)
  • Thomas Dyer-Blake (Musician)
  • William Fox (Musician)
  • Richard Glaves (Musician)
  • David Heywood (Musician)
  • Andrew Jarvis (Musician)
  • Gary Mitchinson (Musician)
  • Simon Nock (Musician)
  • Jack Quarton (Musician)
  • Andrew Roberts-Palmer (Musician)
  • Steve Rollins (Musician)
  • Hamish Rush (Musician)
  • Gareth Williams (Musician)
  • Dan Willis (Musician)
  • Oliver Ashworth (Samuel Cleator (uncredited))
  • Tony Mooney (Swordsmith (uncredited))
  • Christopher McMullen (Footman to the Duke of Wellington (uncredited))
  • Teresa Mahoney (Female Reformer (uncredited))
  • Mary West (Female Reformer (uncredited))
  • Jessie Vinning (Female Reformer (uncredited))
  • Eloise Henwood (Mill Child (uncredited))