Archives - The Owl and the Pussycat Went to See

by Sheila Ruskin and David Wood
After Edward Lear

Directed by Marjorie Coles

Wednesday 2nd – Saturday 12th January 1974 in the Auditorium

The Dong with the luminous nose, The Quangle Wangle, the Plum Pudding Flea…

These are only a few of the fascinating and unlikely creatures which we meet in this play based on the nonsense verses of Edward Lear. Though primarily written for young audiences it has a great deal of appeal for adults: a combination which should make it an ideal after-Christmas family entertainment.

Part of the Barn’s 1973/1974 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Marjorie Coles
Musical Director and Pianist-Bobby Marks
Choreographer-Annette Wilkinson
Designer-Bill Gulliver
Stage Manager-Quinten Openshaw
Set Construction-Tony Wagstaff
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Lighting-John Cunningham
Robert Gill
Mark Shaw
Sound-John Ball
Properties-Pauline Izzard
Maureen Gilmour
Sarah Kirby
Costume and Wardrobe-Marjorie Coles
Special Properties-Isla Petch
Masks-Elizabeth Roberts
Prompters-Anita Brummitt
Joan Goodwin
Box Office-Noreen Stubbs
House Manager-George Blee
Production Secretary-Sylvia Pepper

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