Archives - A Taste of Honey

by Shelagh Delaney

Directed by Joan Goodwin

Saturday 7th – Saturday 14th February 1976 in the Auditorium

‘You need somebody to love you while you are looking for someone to love.’

The story of a courageous, sensitive, outspoken, untidy schoolgirl, deserted by her flighty Mum when most in need of help and sympathy. A work of outstanding and exhilarating originality, it broke new ground when first produced by Joan Littlewood at the Theatre Royal, Stratford in 1958. It raised a few eyebrows!

Part of the Barn’s 1975/1976 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Helen-Joan Salmon
Josephine-Doreen Teale
Peter-Alan Corlett
Jimmie-Douglas Walcott
Geoffrey-Trevor Oakes

Creative team

Director-Joan Goodwin
Stage Manager-Stella Taylor
Assistant Stage Manager-Vinny Cunningham
Set Design-David Shepherd
Set Builders-John Goodwin
Trevor Oakes
Lighting-Denys Wells
David Aspey
Andrew Gilchrist
Sound-John Cunningham
Original Music-Tony Mash
Properties-Maureen Gilmour
Mel Knights
Joan Parsons
Wardrobe-Janet While
Marjorie Coles
Prompter-Sheila Foxon
House Manager-George Blee
Box Office-Joan Wilson
Production Secretary-Marlene Duke

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