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Theatre Workshop

Synopsis

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Uranium 235, A Taste of Honey, The Hostage, Oh, What a Lovely War, Mrs Wilson 's Diary ... From a group of young players performing in makeshift conditions in Manchester in the 1930s grew a company whose philosophy and productions revolutionised the post-war British theatre. Howard Goorney. a founder member of Theatre Workshop. recalls its achievements, and discusses its significance with former members of the company, including EWAN MACCOLL , AVIS BUNNAGE, JOHN BURY , GEORGE A. COOPER , BRIAN MURPHY , DAVID SCASE , JOHN WELLS and ROSALIE WILLIAMS and with contributions from SIR HAROLD HOBSON , OSCAR LEWENSTEIN and BILL BRYDEN
Producer STANLEY WILLIAMSON BBC Manchester
(Howard Goorney is a National Theatre player)

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Wilson
Unknown: Howard Goorney.
Unknown: Ewan MacColl
Unknown: John Bury
Unknown: George A. Cooper
Unknown: Brian Murphy
Unknown: David Scase
Unknown: John Wells
Unknown: Rosalie Williams
Unknown: Sir Harold Hobson
Unknown: Bill Bryden
Unknown: Howard Goorney

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