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A Day Out

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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.
A season of plays by ALAN BENNETT ' Grown men gadding off on bikes,' says Mrs Shorter. And on this Sunday in spring of 1911 the members of a cycling club escape from their womenfolk for a run in the country. Mr Shuttleworth has a puncture, Ernest has a paddle and Edgar a little fling. Then they go home. Why should things ever change?
Music by DAVID FANSHAWE conducted by OWAlN ARWEL IIUGIIES Producer INNES LLOYD
Director STEPHEN FREARS

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Bennett
Music By: David Fanshawe
Conducted By: Owaln Arwel Iiugiies
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Stephen Frears
Brother: Anthony Andrews
Florence: Virginia Bell
Pretty girl: Sharon Campbell
Shorter: James Cossins
Plain girl: Rosalind Elliott
Gamekeeper: Fred Feast
Brother: George Fenton
Mrs Ackroyd: Helen Fraser
Boothroyd: Br!an Glover
Edgar: Paul Greenwood
Gibson: David Hill
Mrs Shorter: Maggie Jones
Wilkins: Philip Locke
Husband: Paul Luty
Mr Tetley: Don McKillop
Ackroyd: John Normington
Mother: Dorothy Reynolds
Cross: Paul Rosebury
Baldring: Paul Shane
Shuttleworth: David Waller
Landlady: Anna Wing
Wife: Jane Wood
Ernest: Bernard Wrigley

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