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Kenilworth: Episode 5

Synopsis

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by Sir Walter Scott.
Adapted in six weekly instalments by Vincent Tilsley.
[Starring] Maxine Audley and Robin Bailey
The action takes place at Kenilworth Castle. Time, 1575

Contributors

Author: Sir Walter Scott
Adapter: Vincent Tilsley
Producer: Chloe Gibson
Dance arranged by: Geraldine Stephenson
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester: Robin Bailey
Richard Varney: Anthony Newlands
Elizabeth I, Queen of England: Maxine Audley
The Duchess of Rutland: Rowena Ingram
Amy Robsart: Ann Firbank
Lawrence Staples, first jailer of Kenilworth Castle: Bruce Wightman
Robert Padgett, a minstrel: John Ford
Laurence, a juggler: Reginald Hyde
Doll, a lute-player: Jill Tilsley
Jack a drummer: John McGregor
Lord Hunsdon: James Raglan
Thomas Ratcliffe, Earl of Sussex: Manning Wilson
Walter Raleigh: Stuart Hutchison
Edmund Blount: Howard Lamb
Edmund Tressilian: Paul Eddington
Other parts played by: Hilda Campbell Russell
Other parts played by: Jill Cary
Other parts played by: Carol Graham
Other parts played by: Langton Jones
Other parts played by: George Lucas
Other parts played by: Gerald Mordan
Other parts played by: Pauline Murch






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