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Afternoon Theatre

Synopsis

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Time Regained by EVA FIGES with Susan Engel Avril Elgar
Susan Kodicek and Anne Traill
Being evacuated to the country during the last war was a nightmare for most mothers but a time of joy for the children. Eva Figes was eight years old when she went to Cirencester and though she knew unhappiness and was never allowed to forget that she was German, she found a sort of magic there: the magic that comes from the oak. ash and thorn of Old England. with DIANA BISHOP P, JOSIE KIDD , GRAHAM FAULKNER , ANTHONY HYBE , MICHAEL MCSTAY. HAYDN WOOD and the children Of ST BARNA-BAS AND ST PHILIP'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL GEOFFREY BURFORD (piano) Directed by JANE MORGAN Preview: page 21

Contributors

Unknown: Eva Figes
Unknown: Susan Engel
Unknown: Avril Elgar
Unknown: Susan Kodicek
Unknown: Anne Traill
Unknown: Eva Figes
Unknown: Diana Bishop
Unknown: Josie Kidd
Unknown: Graham Faulkner
Unknown: Anthony Hybe
Unknown: Michael McStay.
Unknown: Haydn Wood
Directed By: Jane Morgan
Narrator: Susan Engel
Mother: Susan Kodicek
Eva: Anne Traill
Ernest: Bertram Beilke
Orlando: Nigel Greaves
Hillier: Sonia Fraser
Zoë: Avril Elgar
Isolde: Zoë Blaney
Jean: Amanda Murray
Christel: Sarah English
Ruth: Madeline Cemm
Jack: John Church
Joyce: Selekma Brohi






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