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Community Theatre

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Two plays from the final of the Annual Festival held recently in London by the British Drama League.
The Southampton Student Players (produced by Rodney J. Spratley) in "The Deluge" from the Chester Cycle.
followed by:
The Llyn Safaddan Players (produced by T. C. Thomas) in his own play
"The Sound of Stillness"
Scene: Ffynon, high on the slopes of the Eppynt Mountains, during August 1941
Introduced by Martin Browne.

Contributors

Producer (The Deluge): Rodney J. Spratley
Writer/producer (The Sound of Stillness): T. C. Thomas
Presenter: Martin Browne
Presented for television by: Alan Bromly
Presented for television by: Tony Richardson
Voice of God: David Masters
Noah: Ronald Baldwin
His wife: Ethel Jackson
Shorn: David Middlemiss
His wife: Sheila Bray
Ham: Robin Bowditch
His wife: Lorna Jones
Japhet: Patrick Garland
His wife: Margaret Mansbridge
Rhys-y-Ffynon: Gerald James
Will-y-Ffynon: Jack Walters
Dewi: Mervyn Ger
Gunner: Johnt Ches
Sergeant: Norman Glovt
Lieutenant: Tony Elston
Gossip: Gladys Berry
Gossip: Helen Goodson
Gossip: Audrey Gardner
Gossip: Joan Wilson

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