Archives - Lady Audley’s Secret

by C H Hazelwood
From the novel by Mary Braddon

Directed by Roy Brewer

Saturday 5th – Saturday 12th February 1972 in the Auditorium

A dramatisation of Miss M.E. Braddon’s best-selling novel of 1862. C.H. Hazlewood, actor and prolific playwright of the period, turned it into a powerful melodrama which combines a strong plot with a fascinating picture of mid-Victorian Society life. The Barn Club’s President, Dame Flora Robson, achieved an early triumph in the title role, under Tyrone Guthrie’s direction at Cambridge Festival Theatre.

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Part of the Barn’s 1971/1972 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Roy Brewer
Stage Manager-Carole Muscroft
Assistant Stage Manager-Margaret Lickman
Set Design-John Lloyd
Set Building-Robert Gill
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Lighting-Pam Farlie
Pamela Gibson
Sound-Carole Muscroft
Costumes-Marjorie Coles
Properties-Marjorie Then-Bergh
Isla Petch
Prompter-Patricia Parker
Production Manager-Pam Farlie
Production Secretary-Carolyn Annand
Original Songs-Ray Aspey
Tony Mash
Musical Director-Tony Mash
Dance Director-Ivy Soul

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