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The Private Ear and The Public Eye

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

November 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 1968

The Private Ear and The Public Eye

two plays by Peter Shaffer

Directed by
Ralph Dawes

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“Raymond shines in a double bill”
– Brighton & Hove Gazette –

The Private Ear


Ross Workman – Ted

Raymond Hopper – Bob

Dale Wood – Doreen


The Public Eye


Raymond Hopper – Julian Cristoforou

Jack Bingham – Charles Sidley [a chartered accountant]

Pat Dodsworth Moss – Belinda Sidley [his wife]


Production Crew

Stage ManagerMike Harrington

Stage LightingFrank Hurrell

Stage LightingPaul Carpenter

EffectsFrank Hurrell

EffectsTerry Mase

WardrobeBess Blagden

PropertiesFrances Thorne

PropertiesMargaret Perrett

Set DesignsMike Harrington

DecorPamela Steventon

DecorJuliet Robyns

Stage StaffGeorge Porter

Stage StaffSusan Brown

Display photographsIan Elliott

Front of House ManagerBarrie Bowen


Programme Note: The Private Ear and The Public Eye

RD wrote: “I was fortunate to be able to enter these two plays in the Southwick Festival where they were both successful. Peter Shaffer, a writer with a keen sense of personality and character, has also the ability to convey humour and pathos in great depth. To present them as a double bill, the original intention of the author, gives me a great deal of pleasure.”