, by . L. DU GARDE PEACH
Scene 1. The Spirit of Kinder Scou.
Interlude, The coming of the Romans Scene 2. Road Makers at Brough
Interlude. The War song of the Vikings
Scone 3. Ethelfleda drives the Danes from
Interlude. The found ing of the Abbey at Repton Scene 4. The making of Doomsday Book Interlude. Minstrels of Poveril Castle
Scene 5. Conspiracy on behalf of Mary Queen of Scots at Wingfield Manor
Interlude. The Story of Lead
Scene 6. Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall Interlude. The Plague of Eyam
Scene 7. The Riding of Bonnie Prince Charlie
Produced by CHARLES BREWER
The Cast includes:
KENNAm PEEL, VICTOR TANDY, WORTLEY ALLEN , GODFREY BASELEY , VINCENT CURRAN , JAMES PRODGER , BERTRAM NEWSTEAD , MAURICE MILBOURN , PEGGY HUGHES , GLADYS JOINER
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