Archives - Lock Up Your Daughters

by Bernard Miles
From Fielding’s ‘Rape upon Rape’

Directed by Winifred Butler

Wednesday 12th – Saturday 22nd April 1972 in the Auditorium

A musical romp (which opened The Mermaid in 1959) based upon Henry Fielding’s Rape Upon Rape. There is no rape but hilarious situations, beautiful period costumes and very catchy tunes and lyrics by Laurie Johnson and Lionel Bart. You will love Ramble and Hilaret, laugh against Squeezum, be exasperated with Politic and cheer when it all ends happily ever after with the rousing chorus of Lock Up Your Daughters.

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Part of the Barn’s 1971/1972 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Winifred Butler
Stage Manager-Brian Moseley
Assistant Stage Manager-Lorraine Groom
Set Design and Painting-Jeanne Bridges
Set Building-Andrew Gilchrist
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Lighting-Denys Wells
Peter Timewell
Brenda Newey
Costumes-Janet Lloyd
Marion Canadine
Margaret McKever
Properties-Christine Gammell
Jane Barnwell
Prompter-Marjorie Then-Bergh
Box Office-Shirley Shaw
Production Manager-Pam Farlie
Production Secretary-Marlene Duke
Publicity-Ron Jolly

The original programme for this production does not show first names for the Cast and Creative Team, so these have been guessed!

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