The Coronavirus/Covid-19 situation is a bit scary for all of us. Although most people will experience mild symptoms, many of us, and soon all those over 70, will be asked to self-isolate in the coming days and weeks.
To us, this highlights
the need for us to look after each
Due to the impact of the coronavirus, the GST has reluctantly decided to postpone “To Sonia & John with Love” Event that was scheduled for Saturday 21st March, until a later date, which will be announced in due course.
Due to the unprecedented and developing situation with the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the GST, in consultation with the cast and crew, have made difficult decision to cancel the performances of Look Back in Anger that were scheduled for the 22-25 April at the Phoenix Theatre. Advance bookings will be refunded
Alan Bennett 1 – Adrian Hughes Alan Bennett 2 – Richard Tinworth Miss Shepherd – Natalie White Mam/Interviewer – Jeanette Clarke Rufus/Doctor – Colin Gregory Pauline – Debbie Lane Social Worker – Arta Budlla Underwood/Lout – Harry Hicks Leo Fairchild – Gerry Zierler
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Meet Dabby Bryant, played by Anna Rolfe. A bold, no-nonsense, practical female convict, Dabby has found a friend (or someone to boss around at least) in Mary – but this doesn’t stop her dreaming of returning to her beloved Devon. Anna is
Meet Second Lieutenant Ralph Clark, played by Warren Lustig. Eager to prove himself to his superior officers, Ralph agrees to take on the task of directing a production of The Recruiting Officer starring the convicts. But far from home and his beloved wife Betsey Alicia, and in
Meet Mary Brenham, played by Jess Taylor. The quietest and most shy of the female convicts, Mary is sometimes overshadowed by her confident best friend Dabby. But will being given the lead female role in Lieutenant Clark’s play help Mary
Meet Robert Sideway, played by Clare Janew. Once a master pickpocket (or so he says) on the mean streets of London, Sideway is at a bit of a loose end in the colony – until he seizes on the opportunity to fulfil his
Meet Major Robbie Ross – played by Alice Gill-Carey. A man filled with rage and never afraid to take this out on those around him, Ross strikes fear in the hearts of the convicts with his aggressive approach to keeping the colony
Meet Duckling Smith, played by Libby Curley! Duckling lives with Midshipman Harry Brewer and enjoys the privileges of her slightly elevated position in comparison to her fellow convicts. But at the same time she has to cope with Harry keeping a close eye on her
Meet Governor Arthur Phillip, played by Steve Chapman. He thought his military career was over and was ready for a quiet retirement, but now he finds himself in charge of a penal colony in far flung New South Wales. Faced with unruly
Liz Morden – played by Emily Hill – is a fierce female convict who’s had an extremely tough life and isn’t afraid to take it out on those around her. A force to be reckoned with, can Liz escape the blame that always seems to