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The Monday Play

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Tom's Son by PETER RUSSELL with Tony Britton , Mary Wimbush
Christopher Guard and Diana Bishop
The third story in Peter Rus sell's trilogy on the Tytham family, following Master Sunshine and Tom Tytham. Now Tom is 50, weary and disillusioned, separated from his wife, Vanessa. The year is 1941 and Gavin, Tom's son, is in the RAF. But suddenly Service life has gone sour for him and he refuses to fight.
Produced and directed by BETTY DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Russell
Unknown: Tony Britton
Unknown: Peter Rus
Unknown: Tom Tytham.
Directed By: Betty Davies
Augustus Tytham: William Fox
Lydia Tytham, his wife: Madi Hedd
Tom Tytham, his son: Tony Britton
Vanessa, Tom's wife: Diana Bishop
Gavin, their son: Christopher Guard
Maids at the Big House Esther :: Jo Manning Wilson
Mary: Jane Knowles
Sybil Moon: Mary Wimbush
Sparks: Nigel Anthony
Stokes, the butler: William Eedle
Mrs Toogood: Irene Sutcliffe
Val, a young Air Force officer: Steve Hodson
Lobbo, a farm worker: Douglas Blackwell
Boy: Judy Bennett
Girl: Anne Rosenfeld

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