Robinson Crusoe finds a treasure map in a bottle and sets off on his adventures. He is opposed by the evil old man of the sea, Davy Jones, and a wicked sea captain, Will Atkins. Shipwrecked on a desert island, Robinson is aided in his adventures by his brother Billy, his mother, Man Friday and Fairy Coral, who all help him outwit the tribe of cannibals and our hero returns home triumphant, to marry the girl of his dreams.
June Colledge (Club member). June's
continued updating and adapting of her
scripts, ensured the successful
continuation of traditional family
pantomimes by BHTC.
Playwright: June Colledge
Directed by: June Colledge
Production Date: January 1975
Staged: The Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill
Pantomime Production Number: 10
BHTC Production Number: 84
Tommy the Cat
Brenda Keys & An Fairall
Peter Coveney, Mick Pate, Charles Briggs, Guy Whitcroft & Margaret Coveney
Lighting & Effects
Front of House
Townsfolk, pirates, canibals etc
Margaret Sharpin, Dorothy Thoms, Pauling Rhead, Helen Cox, Melanie Murfin, Tricia Melvin, Kathy Meggs, Susan Lea, Joanne Westwood, Beverly Ward,
Jane Towell, Greta Dunning, Elsie Nash, Caroline Stallwood, Tony Schilling, Jim Wilson, Ron Forsdike, Frank Oakley & Timothy Stallwood.
DRUSILLA DUFFILL DANCERS
CHOREOGRAPHER: Drusilla Duffill
Sharon Dobson, Fiona King, Allison Mills, Kathryn Brooking, Annette Heath, Jacqueline Somerville, Janet Bacon, Susan Millership, Karen Downing, Sarah Carr,
Sarah Johns, Carol Maslin, Suzanne Blackwell, Julie Selby, Seath Tankard.