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Noc-Turne!

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre.

December 12, 13 & 14, 1963.


Noc-Turne!

 

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Directed by
Ian Elliott

 

Material by:
David Climie.   H. Pinter.   Peter Myers.   Alan Melville.   Alec Grahame.   John Pritchett.   John Mansfield.   Michael Flanders.   Donald Swan.   Ronald Cass.   Charles Zwar.   Ian & Betty Elliott.   N.F. Simpson.   Arthur MacRae.   Richard Addinsall.   K.L. Williams.   Maureen Payne.

 

Part 1

1. Knocking

2. Watch Your Language

3. Progress

4. Soft Shoe Shuffle

5. Bessie Plenderleith

6. The Sun is Burning

7. The Applicant

8. Mr. Henderson

9. Surly Girls

 

Interval

 

Part 2

10. Not of Two

11. Black & White Widow

12. Last of the Line

13. Peter Patter

14. Trouble in the Works

15. Self Portrait

16. Last to Go  [script in archives]

17. Jewel Song

18. Gladly Otherwise

19. Sustained Objection

20. Modern Trends

21. Common Talk

22. Turning

 

Cast

Phyll Beard  [with kind permission of The Southwick Players]

Ralph Dawes

Betty Elliott

Ian Elliott

Maureen Hammonds

Ray Hopper

Maureen Payne

John Perrett

Peter Power

Fay Sturt

 

Production Crew

Stage Manager – Barrie Bowen

ASM – Clodagh O’Farrell

ASM – Elizabeth Courtney-King

Lighting – Frank Hurrell

Wardrobe – Morfydd Bowen

Wardrobe – Frances Thorne

Wardrobe – Elizabeth Penney

Wardrobe – Margaret Perrett

Wardrobe – Susan Hayter

Stage Staff – Terry Mase

Stage Staff – Paul Carpenter

Effects – Grahame Snow

Musical Director – John Mansfield

Drums – Oliver Goldsmith

Front of House Manager – George Penney

 

Programme Note: Noc-Turne!

IE wrote: “Ladies & Gentlemen, I am pleased to welcome you to our second full length Revue. For me life in all its facets is immensely entertaining and I hope you will find our enlargement and interpretation of it underlines this attitude. In this context, however, I should mention that we are politically and religiously uncommitted!!

I should like personally to wish you all a Happy Christmas and only GOOD things from the adverts for 1964.”

[the programme carried adverts from Andrew of London: 35 Southwick Square; Reeves- footwear: 19 Southwick Square; Iris White – Antiques: 88 Gloucester Road Brighton; F.H.Barker – Estate Agents: 44 Southwick Square; Famel Syrup; The Metal Box Company: Portslade; Carpenters – Butchers 71 Boundary Rd Hove]

A ticket to this Revue cost 3/-

 


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