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The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

December 12, 13 & 14 1963


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.

Directed by
Ian Elliott

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“Good vocal ‘turne’ was needed”
– Brighton & Hove Gazette –

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 [script in archive]


Part 2

10. Not of Two

11. Black & White Widow

12. Last of the Line [script in archive]

13. Peter Patter

14. Trouble in the Works [script in archive]

15. Self Portrait

16. Last to Go [script in archive]

17. Jewel Song

18. Gladly Otherwise [script in archive]

19. Sustained Objection

20. Modern Trends

21. Common Talk

22. Turning


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 ManagerBarrie Bowen

ASMClodagh O’Farrell

ASMElizabeth Courtney-King

LightingFrank Hurrell

WardrobeMorfydd Bowen

WardrobeFrances Thorne

WardrobeElizabeth Penney

WardrobeMargaret Perrett

WardrobeSusan Hayter

Stage StaffTerry Mase

Stage StaffPaul Carpenter

EffectsGraham Snow

Musical DirectorJohn Mansfield

DrumsOliver Goldsmith

Front of House ManagerGeorge 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/-