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Waterloo Road

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
It's the last day of term and the final of the choir competition is generating a buzz. Last in series.
Writer Lisa Holdsworth ; Producer Sharon Hughff ; Director Keith Boak
Denise Welch is in Playing the Part tomorrow at 8pm
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Denise Welch answers One Final Question: p

Contributors

Unknown: Lisa Holdsworth
Producer: Sharon Hughff
Director: Keith Boak
Director: Denise Welch
Unknown: Denise Welch
Rachel Mason: Eva Pope
Eddie Lawson: Neil Morrissey
Matt Wilding: Chris Geere
Steph Haydock: Denise Welch
Flick Mellor: Sadie Pickering
Marley Kelly: Luke Bailey
Ralph Mellor: Malcolm Scates
Rose Kelly: Elaine Symons
Tom Clarkson: Jason Done
Donte Charles: Adam Thomas
Chlo Grainger: Katie Griffiths
Philip Ryan: Dean Smith
Aleesha Dillon: Lauren Thomas
Danielle Harker: Lucy Dixon
Andrew Treneman: Jamie Glover
Kim Campbell: Angela Griffin
Melissa Ryan: Katy Carmichael
Grantly Budgen: Philip Martin Brown
Jasmine Koreshi: Shabana Bakhsh
Bolton Smilie: Tachia Newall
Paul Langley: Thomas Milner
Sambuca Kelly: Holly Kenny
Lauren: Darcy Lsa
Karla Bentham: Jessica Baglow
Denzil Kelly: Reece Douglas
Heather: Elize du Toit
Janeece Bryant: Chelsee Healey
Bill Willis: Conrad Nelson
Michaela White: Zaraah Abrahams
Gregory: Tom Turner






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