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The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre.

September 7, 8 & 9, 2006.


by Christopher William Hill

“Humorous, entertaining, thoroughly enjoyable”
– Shoreham Herald –


Directed by
Mark Best


Male Ushers

Tom Pearson – Dillon

Tom Harris – King

Hugo Harwood – Mouse

Danny Bayford – Spike

Miles Bland – Elton

Ian Grover – Jay

Rhys Webb – Fish

Matthew Bayford – Geach


Female Ushers

Annie Brooks – Princess

Sophie Lane – Twiglet

Katie Whitmore – Whizz

Sammy Scammel – Cass

Karla Coppendale – Mags

Kirsty Bliss – Tash

Annabel Brook – Jo-Jo


Production Crew

Stage Manager – Kevin Isaac

Lighting Design – Mike Medway

Technical Stage Manager – Helen Brewster

Lighting & Sound Technician – Tanya Courtnadge

Lighting & Sound Technician – Lee Wenham

ASM – Zoey Attree

Film – Jay Shurey

Projection Effects – Helen Brewster

Props & Costumes – Zoey Attree

Publicity & Design – Rosemary Bouchy

Publicity & Design – Rosemary Brown

Publicity & Design – Anna Barden

Publicity & Design – Judith Berrill

Front of House – Betty Dawes

Box Office – Mark Flower


Programme Note #1: Multiplex

MB wrote “During my time directing for Young Wick, I have been astonished by the talent and dedication the group have shown in every production – and this year is no different. They really have been a delight to direct and teach. As well as performing on stage, the group have put tremendous enthusiasm into all aspects of the production, publicity, props, costumes, sound and lighting. The year’s show really has been a group effort. With at least three members busily working back stage and the rest of the cast giving it their all, this really is an ensemble piece!

Multiplex is a play that looks at the magical job of the humble usher. As we follow Dillon, one of the senior ushers, we explore the individual quirks of the characters and their status in their work life. Their hopes, dreams, fears and aspirations are all united through their love of film.

As you sit back with your popcorn and … ‘Ask yourself one question: what’s your favourite film, punk?'”