George and Margaret

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Venue : Woodrush High School

Date : October 1958

Genre : ComedyGenre : One Act Play(s)

Director

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Jim Munden
Director

Cast

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Peggy Turner
Gladys

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John E. Clarke
Malcolm Garth-Bander

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Zeta Grant
Alice Garth-Bander

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David Ewens
Dudley

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Penny Ewens
Frankie

Gerry Smith
Roger

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Jay Gee
Beer

Crew

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Marily Gill
Front of House

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Rosemary Pedvin
Front of House

Crew

Marily Gill
Front of House

Rosemary Pedvin
Front of House

Production Gallery

Production Reviews

In the fine new hall at Woodrush high School, Wythall Dramatic Society last night gave their first full-length production and happily for a new society came out of the ordeal very well.

The riotous comedy "George and Margaret" has taste in suburban humour upon which it depends, has changed greatly in the 20 years since it was written.

For All that the company somewhat inexperienced, managed to extract a good deal of goings-on of the strangely assorted collection each living in a world of his own.

The part of the eccentric new maid Beer, was played by an actor dressed as a pantomime dame, rather mistakenly perhaps, but the best individual performance was given by Peggy Ewans as Frankie the lively emancipated daughter.

F.H, Redditch Indicator


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Wythall Dramatic Society Present
‘George and Margaret'
(A comedy by Gerald Savory),
At Woodrush School, Shawhurst Lane, Hollywood,
On Friday, Nov 7th, and Saturday, Nov 8th, at 8.0 p.m.
Admission 3/-; Children 1/6

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Their choice was the tried and trusted favourite.

Wythall Dramatic Society which made a promising start with an evening of one act plays in April, presented it's first three Act play in the Hall of Woodrush Secondary School last Friday and Saturday.

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