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Christmas at the Wells


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Six plays presented by Sir
Charles Crawford , actor/ manager of Sadler's Wells Theatre in 1899, assisted by his stage manager.
With Michael Hordem as Sir Charles Crawford and Ronald Herdman as the stage manager. 1: Trelawny
A musical adaptation of Arthur Wing Pinero's Trelawnyofthe Wells.
With the BBC Singers.
Music producer Chris de Souza Adapted by Aubrey Woods.
George Rowell and Julian Slade
Director Ian Cotterell. Stereo (A Woman of No Importance, tomorrow 2.00pm) 0 DRAMA: page 8


Unknown: Charles Crawford
Unknown: Michael Hordem
Unknown: Sir Charles Crawford
Unknown: Ronald Herdman
Producer: Chris de Souza
Adapted By: Aubrey Woods.
Adapted By: George Rowell
Adapted By: Julian Slade
Director: Ian Cotterell.
Mrjames Telfer: Peter Pratt
Mr Ferdinand Gadd: Aubrey Woods
Mr Augustus Colpoys: Ronnie Stevens
Mr Tom Wrench: Gary Bond
Mrs Telfer: Dilys Laye
Miss Rose Trelawny: Ann MacKay
: Miss Avonia Bunn Jan Waters
Mr Mossip: Peter Tuddenham
Mrs Mossip: Jane Wenham
Albert: Alex Jennings
Mr Denzil: Nigel Graham
Miss Brewster: Hilda Schroder
Mr Palmer: William Eedle
Vice Chancellor Sir William Gower: Nigel Stock
Arthur Cower: Geoffrey Collins
Clara deFoenix: Carole Boyd
Miss Trafalgar Gower: Joyce Carey
Captain de Foenix: Clive Panto
Charles: Michael Bilton
Greengrocer: Timothy Bateson

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