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The Staffordshire Rebels


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Last July the Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, staged a documentary about the English Civil War. This film is a record of three weeks' tough rehearsal.
...the Civil War was a national event which involved everybody, even if at the end they didn't know what it was all about. I want as far as humanly possible to make our audience feel what is was like to be simply alive then... (Peter Cheeseman, Director, Victoria Theatre)
The cast: Elizabeth Cassie, Ron Daniels, Terence Davies, Tony Handy, Ben Kingsley, Christopher Martin, Robert Powell, Amelia Taylor, Anton Vogel, Fiona Walker
The musicians: Geoff Iliff, Jill McLean, Jeff Parton
BBC film: From the Midlands


Theatre director: Peter Cheeseman
Film directed by: Christopher Martin
Producer: Philip Donnellan
[Actress]: Elizabeth Cassie
[Actor]: Ron Daniels
[Actor]: Terence Davies
[Actor]: Tony Handy
[Actor]: Ben Kingsley
[Actor]: Christopher Martin
[Actor]: Robert Powell
[Actress]: Amelia Taylor
[Actor]: Anton Vogel
[Actress]: Fiona Walker
Musician: Geoff Iliff
Musician: Jill McLean
Musician: Jeff Parton

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The Staffordshire Rebels

BBC Two England, 8 January 1966 20.50

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