Edward and George

Venue : Woodrush High School

Date : November 1977

Genre : Play

Director

Sybil Parr

Director

Cast

Val Archer

Val Archer

Old Margaret

Pam Davey

Old Sylvia

Val Evans

Young Margaret

Beryl Linforth

Young Sylvia

Willa Hislop

Young Nell

Irene Price

Nurse

Jack Parramore

Mr Smith

Val Archer

Val Archer

A Nurse

Sybil Parr

A Sister

Ann Cope

Miss Ward

Willa Hislop

Dr Muller

Bob Aldridge

Dr Radlett

Julia Tipton

Student Doctor

Pam Davey

Lizzie

Crew

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George Cope

Stage Manager

Mike Beamish

Stage Manager

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George Cope

Stage Crew

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Paul Jenkins

Stage Crew

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Walter Price

Stage Crew

Barbara Clulee

Stage Crew

Phil Lett

Stage Crew

Crew

George Cope

Stage Manager

Mike Beamish

Stage Manager

George Cope

Stage Crew

Paul Jenkins

Stage Crew

Walter Price

Stage Crew

Barbara Clulee

Stage Crew

Phil Lett

Stage Crew

Production Gallery

Reviews

Press Photograph

Press photograph for Edward and George (source unknown). "Members of the Wythall Amateur Dramatic Society rehearsing on the two plays they are presenting at The Woodrush High School on November 2, 3 and 4. This scene from "George" includes, back row (right to left) Julia Tipten, Ann Cope, Pam Davey, Sybil Parr and Val Archer. Front, Jack Parramore is being tended by "Doctors" Bob Aldridge and Willa Hislop."


Theatre's Winner!

The Palace theatre has announced the list of award winners for the Redditch one act play festival.

Amateur actors from Redditch, Studley and Wythall, took part in the festival and awards were presented the following companies:

The major award fro the best overall production went the Wythall dramatic society for "Edward" written by Michael Bond and directed by Michael Beamish. They received the BKL Alloys trophy and a cheque for £75 from the Redditch arts council.

A joint award for the best play with a mixed cast was presented to Redditch amateur theatre society and the Crowle players. They were presented with the Evening Mail trophy.

The Redditch actors presented "Rosencratz and Guildenster are Dead" written by Tom Stoppard and directed by Philip Roberts.

A further award went to Wythall Dramatic Society for their production of "Edward." They recieved the Allen Cross community association trophy for the best play with an all female cast.

The Friends of the Palace trophy was won by the Bishampton Barnstormers. This trophy was awarded by the audience at the Palace Theatre for the most entertaining production...

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