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: The Northern Wireless Orchestra

TOM WINTER (Recitations) The Dandy Fifth (Gassway)
The Twins (T. E. Weatherly)

: 'The Fifth of November'

By HOWARD PEACEY
Three Excerpts presented by THE STATION
REPERTORY PLAYERS
Cast :
Conspirators :
Followers of the Conspirators, Sheriff's Men, etc.
Scene I. A lofty, dimly-lit vault underground in Robert Catesby 's house at Ashby, on October 19, 1605. At the rear are two heavy doors which admit to a secret chapel. The conspirators are grouped round a table, with the exception of Thomas Bates , who stands on guard at the door.
Scene II. A room in a house behind St.
Clement's, London, in the early evening of November 4, 1605. Catesby, Winter, Christopher Wright and Guy Fawkes are playing cards.
Scene III. The courtyard of Holbeach House, an old moated residence about four miles from
Stourbridge, in Staffordshire, at sunset on November 8. The conspirators, together with their followers, are besieged by Sir Richard Walsh , and they have just repulsed aii attack.

Contributors

Unknown: Howard Peacey
Unknown: Robert Catesby
Unknown: Thomas Bates
Unknown: Guy Fawkes
Unknown: Sir Richard Walsh
Robert Catesby: Leo Channing
Thomas Winter: Charles Nesbitt
Robert Keyes: Tom Wilson
Frances Tresham: Harold Cluff
Thomas Percy: D E Ormerod
Thomas Bates: A E Wallen
Ambrose Rookewood: F A Nichols
Sir Everard Digby: Michael Voisey
John Wright: A G Mitcheson
Christopher Wright: H R Williams
Guy Fawkes: W E Dickman
Thomas Warde: Tom Wilson
Anne Vaux: Hylda Metcalf
Sir Richard Walsh (Sheriff of Worcestershire): George Bernard Smith








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