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The Yeomen of the Guard

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A shortened version of the opera by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan.
The City of London Festival production from the Tower of London.
Festival Orchestra
Leader, Joshua Glazier
Conductor, Lawrence Leonard
Televised by arrangement with the City Arts Trust
Kenneth Sandford appears by arrangement with Bridget D'Oyly Carte Ltd.
See page 15

Contributors

Composer: W. S. Gilbert
Composer: Arthur Sullivan
Chorus-Master: David Lloyd-Jones
Musicians: Festival Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Joshua Glazier
[Orchestra] conductor: Lawrence Leonard
Designer: Peter Rice
Production devised and directed by: Anthony Besch
Television production: John Vernon
Jack Point a strolling jester: John Cameron
Elsie Maynard a strolling singer: Elizabeth Robson
Colonel Fairfax under sentence of death: Thomas Round
Wilfred Shadbolt Head Jailer and Assistant Tormentor: Kenneth Sandford
Phoebe Meryll Sergeant Meryll's daughter: Anne Pashley
Sergeant Meryll of the Yeomen of the Guard: James Atkins
Dame Carruthers Housekeeper to the Tower: Johanna Peters
Sir Richard Cholmondeley Lieutenant of the Tower: John Carol Case
Leonard Meryll Sergeant Meryll's son: Jack Irons
Kate Dame Carruthers' niece: Maureen Keetch
First Yeoman: John Cheek
Second Yeoman: Paul Neal
First Citizen: Ian McNeil
Second Citizen: Charles Grace
Chorus of Yeomen warders and townsfolk: [uncredited]

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The Yeomen of the Guard

BBC One London, 30 August 1964 19.25






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