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Churchill's People

Synopsis

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A set of 26 plays based on passages from WINSTON S. CHURCHILL 'S A History of the English-Speaking Peoples
14: A Rich and Beautiful Empire by BRIAN RAWLINSON
(WINSTON CHURCHILL) starring
Devised by BRIAN RAWLINSON Script editor and GERALD SAVORY Producer
Make-Up ELIZABETH ROWELL Lighting DAVE SYDENHAU Designer PAUL JOEL
Director MICHAEL HAYES

Contributors

Unknown: Winston S. Churchill
Unknown: Brian Rawlinson
Unknown: Brian Rawlinson
Unknown: Gerald Savory
Unknown: Elizabeth Rowell
Unknown: Dave Sydenhau
Designer: Paul Joel
Director: Michael Hayes
Sir Walter Raleigh: John Turner
King James I, with: Alfred Lynch
Laurence Kemys: Gareth Thomas
Sir Francis Bacon: John Nettleton
Sir Robert Cecil: Hugh Dickson
Sir George Carew: Peter Halliday
George Villiers: Richard Morant
Lord Cobham: Graham Armitage
Lord Henry Howard: Basil Dignam
Leonard: Tony Osoba
Lady Elizabeth: Ann Morrish
Sir William Wade: Robert Gillespie
Ch-Justice Popham: Noel Johnson
Count Gondomar: Neville Jason
Sir James Hay: Frank Duncan
Harry, the Indian: Steven Scott
Young Wat Raleigh: Steven Beed
Wat Raleigh: Hugh Janes
Sailor: Kevin Brennan

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