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Living Together

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre.

September 25, 26, 27, 28 & 29, 1984.

Living Together

by Alan Ayckbourn



Directed by
Margaret Ockenden


Keith Denyer – Reg

Pat Moss – Sarah

Roger Job – Norman

Margaret Ockenden – Annie

Rosemary Biggs – Mrs. Henting

Barrie Bowen – Tom

Rosemary Mose – Ruth


Production Crew

Producer – Barrie Bowen

Designed – Ralph Dawes

Stage Manager – Ronald Cheesman

A.S.M. – Margaret Davy

A.S.M. – Jill Redman

A.S.M. – Sally Bacon

Lighting Design – Frank Hurrell

Lighting Design – Jonathon Dawes

Set Construction – Brian Box

Set Construction – David Comber

Set Construction – Mike Davy

Set Construction – Nicholas Fletcher

Set Construction – Mark Flower

Set Construction – Gillian Robertson

Front of House – Betty Dawes

Foyer Decor – Rosemary Biggs


Programme Note #1: Living Together

MO wrote “What makes a man successful with women? Is good looks charm or sophistication? In Norman’s case – no. As he, himself says, “I’m just magnetic or something.”

Alan Ayckbourn has written three plays about one particular country week-end, under the general title Norman Conquests. Each is complete in itself. One play shows what happened in the dining-room, one the events in the living-room and the third the goings-on in the garden. Living Together is the second of the trilogy. If you enjoy this play and would like to see the others, do let us know.

We had a great deal of fun working on Living Together and are happy to welcome Rosemary Mose to the company and to see Roger again, playing the part of Norman.”