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Children's Television: Angela Dined Out


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In the Restaurant Splendide, a very splendid restaurant for a schoolgirl to enter.
She tells the story in this play by Herself (though C. E. Webber wrote it down).


Writer: C. E. Webber
Production: Rex Tucker
Designer: John Cooper
Angela Hepworth: Sarah Long
Receptionist: Violet Loxley
Father: Arthur Lawrence
Mother: Audrey Noble
Dizzy Bing: Irene French
Patsy Ponsonby: Anne Castaldini
Cloakroom attendant: Brenda Dunrich
Manager: Michael Anthony
Head waiter: John G. Heller
Virginia Verity: Hannah Watt
Other parts played by: Peter Doughty
Other parts played by: Anthea Wyndham
Other parts played by: Edith Savile
Other parts played by: Stuart Nichol
Other parts played by: John Barrett
Other parts played by: David Ludman
Other parts played by: Brenda Bennett

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Children's Television: Angela Dined Out

BBC Television, 3 April 1959 17.10

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