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In F’ra Dig – An Intimate Revue

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre.

Jan 31, Feb 1 & 2, 1963.


In F’ra Dig – An Intimate Revue

 

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Directed by
Ian Elliott

 

Part 1

1.
Dig This  by Betty Elliott
Ralph, Sally, Ray, Clodagh, Sheelagh, John, Jean, Nicholas

2.
Information Desk  by Arthur Macrae
Sheelagh, Fay

3.
Mummerset  by P. Myers / D. Climie / A.Grahame
Ralph, Sally, Ray, Clodagh, John, Jean, Nicholas

4.
Nuclear Physicist  by Michael Flanders
Fay

5.
The Price of Her Shame  by Arthur Macrae
Clodagh, John, Jean

6.
Student Song  by P. Myers / A. Grahame
Sally, Ralph, Sheelagh

7.
On the Air  by Raymond Hopper
Ray [script in the archives ]

8.
I’ve Been Framed  by D. Climie
Jean

9.
Business in Great Waters  by D. Climie / J. Pritchett
Ralph, John, Nicholas

10.
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?  by Peter Seeger
Sheelagh

11.
Ornamental Orientals  by A. Macrae / R. Addinsell
Ray, Jean

12.
Where For Art Thou Romany?  by A. Melville / C. Zwar
Sheelagh, John

13.
Fade Away Old Faithful  by H. Farjeon / W. Walker
Ralph, Ray, Nicholas, Fay

14.
Pale Hands I Hate  by A. Melville / C. Zwar
Sally, Clodagh, Sheelagh, Jean

 

INTERVAL of 15 Minutes, during which tea and biscuits will be served, price 6d.

 

Part 2

15.
Public Life  by Ian & Betty Elliott
Sally, Ray, Clodagh, John, Fay

16.
Lost in the Forest of Elizabeth Arden  by P. Myers / A. Grahame
Jean

17.
Winter Sports  by A. Melville / K. L. Smith
Sally, Ray, John, Nicholas

18.
Three Little Chicks  by Ian & Betty Elliott
Clodagh, Sheelagh, Fay [song sheet in the archives]

19.
Self Analysis  by A. Melville, C. Zwar
Jean

20.
Boyhood of Raleigh  by A. Melville
Ralph, Sally, Ray, Clodagh, Fay

21.
Torch Song  by A. Macrea / R. Addinsell
Sheelagh, John

22.
Fit to be Tied  by D. Climie / J. Pritchett
Ray, Clodagh

23.
Holiday Queen  by P. Myers / A. Graeme / N. Dannatt
Sheelagh

24.
The Trouble With Miss Manderson  by A. Melville
Clodagh, Nicholas

25.
Mod-Conversation  by Ian & Betty Elliott
Sally, Fay

26.
Coach and Five  by P. Myers, A. Grahame, J. Pritchett
Ralph, Ray, Clodagh, Sheelagh, Jean

27.
Earliest Editions  by P. Myers, A. Grahame, R. Cass
Jean, Nicholas

28.
This Is Where We Came In, ‘The Company’

 

Cast – playing all manner of rôles

Ralph Dawes

Sally Goldsmith

Ray Hopper

Jacqueline Mase

Clodagh O’Farrell

Sheelagh O’Farrell

John Perrett

Jean Porter

Neil Pocket

Fay Sturt

Nicholas Sweet

 

Production Crew

Stage Director – Barrie Bowen

Stage Manager – Betty Dawes

ASM – Elizabeth Courtney-King

Lighting – Frank Hurrell

Lighting – Trevor Burchell

Sound Effects – Graham Snow

Wardrobe – Bess Blagden

Wardrobe – Valerie Collard

Wardrobe – Margaret Perrett

Wardrobe – Jacquelyn Chappell

Wardrobe – Maureen Payne

Wardrobe – Frances Thorne

Settings – Harry Chinchen

Settings – Ross Workman

Settings – Michael Davy

Settings – Roger Nichols

Settings – Terry Mase

Settings – Colin Guy

Front of House Manager – Seamus McGurk

Musical Director – John Mansfield

Drums – Oliver Goldsmith

 

Programme Note: In F’ra Dig

I.E. wrote “Ladies and Gentlemen, We present for you tonight, sketches old and sketches new, and we hope that for two hours we can sit back and forget, together, our responsibilities. If we can lay low your own Sacred Cows we hope you forgive us as you laugh at others’.
By request we include just one sketch we have performed before.”

 


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