CHILDREN'S DAY

CHILDREN'S DAY

Production Date:  June 1983

Directed by:  Charles Lewis

Genre:  Comedy Drama

Group:  BHTC

Staged:  The Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill

 

SYNOPSIS: 

 

A noisy children's birthday party provides a backdrop for a serious set of adult crises.

 

Robin has left Emma and Emma is friendly with her solicitor, Tom. When both Tom and Robin turn up for the party the mishaps of the party spill over into the kitchen. Can everyone reconcile their differences in an adult fashion?


AWARDS

The Mid Sussex Times Drama Awards 1984

Winner Best Set Design - Geoff Twyman

(See press award details below).

 

 

Crew

Cast

Playwright:  Keith Waterhouse

& Willis Hall

Tim Kendell

Margaret Coveney

Geoffrey Twyman

Tim Kendell, Geoffrey Twyman & Peter Harwood

Peter Coveney

Richard Griffin, Tony Norman,

Jeremy Hole & John Hurst 

Rebecca Muggeridge & Pat Hall

Anne Sherman

Barbara Kinsey, Christine Twyman & Lesley Miles

Margaret Coveney

Graham Knight

Roy Lewry, Audrey Lewry &

Mary Jupp

Elizabeth Lorentzen

Audry Lewry

Polly Butler

Peter Butler

Emma Partridge

Mavis Pawson

Tom Sutton

Robin Partridge

Sophie Lovelady

Children

Suzanne Lewis
Peter Martin

Christine Kenna

Barbara Chamberlain

Anthony White

Peter Case

Jackie Landers

Mary Thompsett

Andrea Puttick

Stage Manager

Assistant Stage Manager

Set Design

Set Construction

 

Technical Manager

Technical Team

 

Wardrobe

Hair Advisor

Properties

 

Prompt

Publicity Manager

Publicity Assistant

 

Box Office Manager

Front Of House Manager

BHTC Production Number: 125

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