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The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre.

January 11, 12, 13 & 14, 2012.


The Hound of the Baskervilles

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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“Tour de force”
– Shoreham Herald –

 

Directed by
Tony Brownings

Cast

Bob Ryder – Sherlock Holmes – [ A Consulting Directive ]

Mark Best – Dr John Watson – [ His Friend and Associate ]

Judith Berrill – Mrs Hudson – [ Holmes’ Housekeeper ]

Ben Cassan – Dr Mortimer – [ A Country Practitioner ]

Guy Steddon – Sir Henry Baskerville – [ Heir to the Baskerville fortune ]

John Garland – Stapleton – [ A Naturalist ]

Anna Quick – Miss Stapleton – [ His Sister ]

David Creedon – Barrymore – [ Butler at Baskerville Hall ]

Maggi Pierce – Mrs Barrymore – [ His Wife ]

Ray Hopper – Perkins – [ A Coachman ]

Richard Bulling – Seldon – [ An Escaped Convict ]

Judith Berrill – Laura Lyons – [ A Lady separated from her Husband ]

Derek Fraser – Mr Frankland – [ An Eccentric Gentleman ]

 

Production Crew

Assistant to Director – Fiona Cameron

Stage Management – Zoey Attree

Stage Management – Richard Bulling

Deputy Stage Manager – Helen Cleveland

Sound Recording – Bob Ryder

Sound Operator – Andrew Cleveland

Graphics Design & Operation – Martin Oakley

Properties – Margaret Davy

Properties – Sue Whittaker

Wardrobe – Cherri Briggs

Wardrobe – Maggi Pierce

Set Construction & Painting – Sue Chaplin

Set Construction & Painting – Dave Collis

Set Construction & Painting – David Comber

Set Construction & Painting – Margaret Davy

Set Construction & Painting – Carl Gray

Set Construction & Painting – Sheila Neesham

Set Construction & Painting – Martin Oakley

Poster Design – Judith Berrill

Publicity – Anna Quick

Publicity – Rosemary Brown

Front of House – Betty Dawes

 

Programme Note #1: The Hound of the Baskervilles

TB wrote: “A new film and more modern day adaptations on the television, it seems Holmes and Watson are as, if not more, popular than ever. I have always wanted to direct a Sherlock Holmes mystery for the stage but could not find a suitable script. So, here is my own adaptation of the most popular story.

I do hope you enjoy it and from all of us at the Wick Theatre Company we wish you a very Happy New Year. We look forward to seeing you at our next show, Caught in the Net, and for the rest of our exciting 2012 season”

 


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