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The Wednesday Play: Stand Up, Nigel Barton

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by Dennis Potter
with Keith Barron as Nigel Barton

Contributors

Writer: Dennis Potter
Designer: Richard Henry
Producer: James MacTaggart
Director: Gareth Davies
Nigel Barton: Keith Barron
Harry Barton: Jack Woolgar
Mrs Taylor: Barbara Keogh
Miss Tillings: Janet Henfrey
Scout: Terence Soall
Georgie: Johnny Wade
Bert: Godfrey James
Jill: Vickery Turner
Tim: Charles Collingwood
Adrian: Robert Mill
Mrs Barton: Katherine Parr
President of the Union: Charles Lewsen
Jordan: Peter Madden
Arthur: Alan Lake
Conrad: Brian Hankins
Ernie: Edward Palmer
Reporter: P.J. Kavanagh
Senior Proctor: Llewellyn Rees
Junior Proctor: Brian Badcoe
Child: David Scheuer
Child: Ian Fairbairn
Child: Harper Harriet
Child: Pamela Withers
Undergraduate: Michael Burrell
Undergraduate: Jonathan Dennis
Undergraduate: Michael Davis
Undergraduate: Bridget Wood
Undergraduate: Sheila Dunn

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The Wednesday Play: Stand Up, Nigel Barton

BBC One London, 8 December 1965 21.40






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