1995

Variety Revue - Party Piece - Bazaar & Rummage

An evening of varied entertainment, including special guests "The Steps School of Dance" and the "Short of Brass" Ensemble.

Synopsis

'Variety Revue'

February 1995

Variety Revue

Variety Revue

Variety Revue

Variety Revue

Variety Revue

Variety Revue

Variety Revue

Variety Revue

Cast

Dave Walford; Graham Bradshaw; Jill Lawford; Kay Trenchard; Gill Lewisohn; Kit Johnson; Joe Lintern; Rebecca Walford; Mathew Dickens; Dave Walford; Jim Mclaughlin; Johann Hemmings; Vanessa Brett; Hannah Johnson; Donna Knight; John Mills; Sheila Cox; Simon Johnson; David Bishop; Lucy Heard; Jill Gregory

Pianist: Ann Hopkins

Directors: John Mills & Graham Bradshaw

'Party Piece'

by Richard Harris

April 1995

Synopsis

It is the night of Michael's and Roma's fancy dress house-warming party. The evening looks set to be a lively one until a string of hilarious disasters strike, including a distinct lack of guests, a burning garden shed, a marauding Zimmer frame and the prospect of an irate husband on the prowl.

Cast

 

Michael Smethurst (Jim Mclaughlin); Roma Smethurst (Kit Johnson); Mrs Hinson (Sheila Cox); David Hinson (David Walford); Jennifer Hinson (Jill Lawford); Toby Hancock (John Mills); Barbara Jackson (Mary Mason); Sandy Lloyd-Meredith (Jill Gregory)

Director: David Walford (with Graham Bradshaw)

 

'Bazaar & Rummage'

by Sue Townsend

November 1995

Synopsis

Gwenda, an ex-agoraphobic, leads a self-help group of three who have been unable to leave their homes for a variety of reasons. She forces them to help at a local bazaar, enlisting the support of Fliss, a trainee social-worker. While sorting through the rummage their individual fears erupt but calm is restored by the ever-sensible Fliss. As they leave the hall it is apparent their agoraphobia is not cured but they have made the effort.

Bazaar & Rummage

Bazaar & Rummage

Bazaar & Rummage

Bazaar & Rummage

Cast

Gwenda (Kit Johnson); Fliss (Lucy Heard); Katrina (Jill Lawford); Bell-Bell (Gill Lewisohn); Margaret (June Berrie); Police Woman (Greta Staples);

 

Director: Graham Bradshaw