Archives - A Day in the Death of Joe Egg

by Peter Nichols

Directed by Eric Chorley

Saturday 25th January – Saturday 1st February 1975 in the Auditorium

Despite its subject matter this is not a morbid or depressing play, but rather one which shows man’s capacity to come to terms with what might be considered an insoluble disaster. It concerns a young married couple and how they came to terms with being parents of a hopelessly spastic girl; meeting adversity with courage and humour.

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Part of the Barn’s 1974/1975 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Eric Chorley
Assistant Director-Lilian Allman
Stage Manager-Vaughan Meyrick
Assistant Stage Manager-Stanley Meyrick
Set Design-David Shepherd
Set Construction-Tony Wagstaff
Quinten Openshaw
Lighting-Denys Wells
Brenda Newey
Sound-Derek Palmer
Wardrobe-Janet While
Properties-Irene Gill
Carol Bartlett
Maryam Rodway
Prompter-Peggy Thompson
Craft Work-Maureen Lane
Production Secretary-Marlene Duke
Box Office-Pam Farlie
House Management-George Blee

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