Designed & Directed by Bruce Murray
Musical Director - Ron Pite
- Time - 730 A.D. and thereabouts
- Place - The Holy Roman Empire and thereabouts
A band of players from which the following characters emerge:
- Pippin - Mike Hall
- Charles, his father - John Harris
- Lewis, his half brother - Dennis Packham
- Fastrada, Lewis' mother - Ann Mattey
- Berthe, Pippin's grandmother - Lillian Frith
- Catherine, a widow - Sue Goodes
- Theo, her son - Edward Goodes
- Leading Player - Bruce Murray
- Band of Players - Cathy Harding, Jeanette Hoile, Lynn Jenner, Ginny Jones, Vince Oliver, Derek Osborne, Julie Thompson, Cheryl Webb, Anne White
- Stage Manager - Matthew Lyne
- Lighting Design - Peter Boon
- Live Sound re-inforcement - Brian Fretwell
- Properties Mistress - Pat Cantwell
- Wardrobe Mistress - Lynne Vallender
Paul Allan, George Battrick, Bernie Bullbrook, Hilda Coulden, Jim Doyle, Ray Ellison, Terry Fawthrop, Brian Fretwell, John Harris, Sheila Harris, Sally Hebberd, David Hickman, Jeanette Hoile, Gillian Holmes, Lynn Jenner, Robin Jones, Ann King, Iris Lenny, Ann Mattey, Charles Nicholls, Dave Picot, Debbie Picot, Len Picot, Janet Robinson, Kris Swarbrick, Roger Taylor, Ian Vallender, Cheryl Webb, Carol Wheeler, Shirley Woodman.
My special thanks to all these people, without whose help I could not have succeeded.
Bruce Murray, from addendum sheet to programme.
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Reminiscences and Anecdotes
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The show featured a complex piece of scenery that was a tree, a dining table and four poster bed (go figure!) that lasted until the final matinee when it collapsed leaving Mike Hall and Sue Goodes in a pile of matchsticks in the centre of the stage. One audience member thought it was a marvellous effect!! Needless to say we had just the tree for the final performance!! - Bruce Murray, Director
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