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Barn Theatre Club presents

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A Penny for a Song

by John Whiting
Directed by Michael McArdle
1st – 8th October 1977

An hilarious yet thoughful comedy set in a Dorset garden in summer at the time of the Napoleonic invasion scare. John Whiting says that he wrote it “at a time of great personal happiness” and happiness has spilled over into the writing.

A distinguished and original play which provides splendid entertainment. Guaranteed to please.

Part of the Barn’s 1977-1978 Season.

CAST & CREATIVE TEAM

Directed by
Michael McArdle

CAST

William Humpage
Sir Timothy Bellboys
Samuel Breeze
Lamprett Bellboys
Hester Bellboys
Hallam Matthews
Dorcas Bellboys
Edward Sterne
George Selincourt
Rev Brotherhood
James Giddy
Rufus Piggott

CREATIVE TEAM

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