The Happiest Days of Your Life

by John Dighton | Directed by Janet Bennett | Performed November 2019

"It is 1947, and many boarding schools who were evacuated during the war...

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No review available at this time.

Cast

Derek Tassell – Chris Billingham

Rainbow – Keith Philips

Rupert Billings – Stephen Bennett

Godfrey Pond – Mike Huxtable

Miss Evelyn Whitchurch – Lisa Harrington

Miss Gossage – Pippa Higgins

Hopcroft – Jack Harmon / Jacob Howard

Barbara Cahoun – Isabella Goldsmith

Joyce Harper – Georgina Gale

The Reverend Edward Peck – Richard Colley

Mrs Peck – Karen Ashby

Edgar Sowter – David Tute

Mrs Sowter – Marian Hatfull

Crew

Director – Janet Bennett

Stage Manager – Gareth Capnor

Lighting / Sound – John Cordery

Prompt – Suzanne Pearson / Vikki Goldsmith

Set – Jane Read

Costumes – Lisa Harrington, Brenda Agutter, Suzanne Pearson

Props – Jane Read

Front of House – Gareth Croft

Publicity – Graham Salter

Box Office – Stephen Bennett

Programme – Editor Webb

It is 1947, and many boarding schools who were evacuated during the war are returning to their premises. Hilary Hall (boys) are back in their old school buildings after five years and are just settling in when they receive the news that they will have to share their premises with a school of similar size and type. Unfortunately, ‘The Ministry’ has got its blue and pink cards mixed up and St Swithins (girls) arrive en masse. Confusion and chaos reign among teachers and pupils alike – and Rainbow the caretaker is none too pleased either!

No review available at this time.

Cast

Derek Tassell – Chris Billingham

Rainbow – Keith Philips

Rupert Billings – Stephen Bennett

Godfrey Pond – Mike Huxtable

Miss Evelyn Whitchurch – Lisa Harrington

Miss Gossage – Pippa Higgins

Hopcroft – Jack Harmon / Jacob Howard

Barbara Cahoun – Isabella Goldsmith

Joyce Harper – Georgina Gale

The Reverend Edward Peck – Richard Colley

Mrs Peck – Karen Ashby

Edgar Sowter – David Tute

Mrs Sowter – Marian Hatfull

Crew

Director – Janet Bennett

Stage Manager – Gareth Capnor

Lighting / Sound – John Cordery

Prompt – Suzanne Pearson / Vikki Goldsmith

Set – Jane Read

Costumes – Lisa Harrington, Brenda Agutter, Suzanne Pearson

Props – Jane Read

Front of House – Gareth Croft

Publicity – Graham Salter

Box Office – Stephen Bennett

Programme – Editor Webb

It is 1947, and many boarding schools who were evacuated during the war are returning to their premises. Hilary Hall (boys) are back in their old school buildings after five years and are just settling in when they receive the news that they will have to share their premises with a school of similar size and type. Unfortunately, ‘The Ministry’ has got its blue and pink cards mixed up and St Swithins (girls) arrive en masse. Confusion and chaos reign among teachers and pupils alike – and Rainbow the caretaker is none too pleased either!

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