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by Denise Coffey

Directed by Keith Bridgeman

Saturday 28th December 1985 – Saturday 4th January 1986 in the Auditorium

The Incredible Vanishing is an entertainment written for an audience of children and their parents. The story of the play is a mixture of well-known legends with a basis inspired by Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market.

The play tells how a barrow boy, a meter maid and an intrepid police constable descend into the underworld of the Marsh Goblins to investigate the incredible vanishing of…

Enough said — come and see for yourselves how the story unfolds.

Part of the Barn’s 1985/1986 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Keith Bridgeman
Stage Manager-Norman Merry
Assistant Stage Manager-Janet Roe
Stage Crew-Michael Merry
Stephen Thompson
Lighting-Derek Palmer
Brenda Newey
Sound-David McCallum
Martin Gadd
Costumes-Betty Harvey
Elaine Lummis
Properties-Lesley Valler
Jane Pennett
Prompter-Frances Chown
Backstage Refreshments-Dorothy Otterburn
Set Builders-Andrew Gilchrist
Mike Goring
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Set Design-Don Fisher
Production Secretaries-Shirley Thompson
Janet Roe
Musician-Rob Wallace
Choreography-Amanda Smith

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