Archives - Alfie

by Bill Naughton

Directed by Ron Jolly

Saturday 11th – Saturday 18th March 1972 in the Auditorium

The story of a cynical cockney to whom life is a giggle and a succession of ‘birds’. Sex is his game but without involvement or responsibility which he cunningly manages to avoid — or does he? A play which will give much laughter through Alfie’s explanation of his philosophy, which will shock in some parts of its story and probably leave you a little saddened in retrospect.


  • Cambridge
    • Placed Fifth

Part of the Barn’s 1971/1972 season and a festival entry

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Ron Jolly
Stage Manager-Stella Taylor
Assistant Stage Manager-Tina Jolly
Stage Staff-Jean Ball
Janet Lloyd
Prompter-Peggy Thompson
Properties-Pam Farlie
Gloria Moseley
Costumes-Sandra Davies
Marlene Duke
Lighting-Brian Jolly
Chris Ivory
Mick Valiant
David Groom
Sound-John Cunningham
Lorraine Groom
Set Construction-Don Fisher
Dennis Holder-Vale
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Box Office-Esther France
House Manager-Brian Duke
Production Manager-Pam Farlie
Production Secretary-Sue Horner

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