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written by cuve DOIG The Seaside
The staff of the Eureka
Museum take the day off at the seaside and investigate the inventions of seaside rock, bathing machines and deckchairs.
All other inventors and characters played by members of the company. Designer JOHN ASBRIDGE
Produced and directed byCLIVE DOIG


Written By: Cuve Doig
Designer: John Asbridge
Directed By: Clive Doig
Mr Halfpenny: Philip Fox
Miss Ogley: Julia Binsted
Professor Archie Medes: Bernard Holley
Mr Dunn: Mike Savage
Miss Cartridge: Madeline Smith
Mrs Fford: Jacqueline Clarke
MiSS Rush: Debbie Linden
PC Bonner: Bryan Jacobs

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