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Saturday-Night Theatre

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Cold Bath Fields by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
Robert Culley and Peter Pacey as Richard Lee
In 1883 the National Union of the Working Classes held an illegal meeting at Cold Bath Fields to protest against the restricted franchise. However, some Union members were also taking the opportunity to challenge the power of the newly formed Metropolitan Police Force.
This play, which is based on fact. tells the story of a young constable caught up in the riot that erupted when the police tried to disperse the crowd.
Other parts played by members of the cast Directed by MICHAEL BARTLETT

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Russell
Directed By: Michael Bartlett
as Police Constable with: Michael Harbour
Ruth Culley: Lolly Cockerell
Jack Nesbit: Graham Faulkner
Col Rowan: Manning Wilson
Lord Melbourne: Michael Goldie
Tom Flack: Philip Fox
Sam A'Court: Malcolm Gerard
Supt Baker: John Bott
Sergeant: Gregory de Polnay
Sgt Parry: John Graham
Stilling: Gerald Cross
Stockton: ,jonathan Scott
Henry Mears: Edward Kelsey
Davis: William Russell
Mary/Sally: Allison Hancock

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Saturday-Night Theatre

BBC Radio 4 FM, 7 July 1979 20.30






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