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Drama Now

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By Where the Old Shed Used to Be by CRAIG WARNER. With and and Goaded and tortured by her step-sisters, kept prisoner and starved by her stepmother, Sarah's dream is to escape and build a new life of joy with William by where the old shed used to be. But in this, the real Cinderella story, revenge comes first.
Other parts played by HUBERT TUCKER
ANTHONY DONOVAN
WENDY BRIERLEY and SIMON TREVES.
Music composed by SIMON JEFFES and played by members Of the PENGUIN CAFE
ORCHESTRA
Technical presentation by MIKE BURGESS.
MARTYN HARRIES and CHRIS DOMAILLE Directed by ANDY JORDAN BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Warner.
Played By: Hubert Tucker
Played By: Anthony Donovan
Played By: Wendy Brierley
Played By: Simon Treves.
Composed By: Simon Jeffes
Presentation By: Mike Burgess.
Unknown: Martyn Harries
Directed By: Andy Jordan
Claire: Judy Parfitt
Adelaide: Miranda Richardson
Louise: Tilly Vosburgh
William: Anton Lesser
Frank: Peter-Hugo Daly
Sarah: Siobhan Redmond
the Creator: Mary Wimbush
Deborah: June Barrie
Police chief: Christopher Ettridge
Minister: David King
Police sgt: Eric Allen
Constable: David Goudge

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