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Manchester City News Fellowship Players Archibald, a naughty boy with a peashooter in one act comedy “House full” 1942 Andy Haveran, a cheeky Irish lad in “Boyd’s Shop” by St. John Irving     1946 Reggie Frampton in “Husbands are a Problem”                        1948 The Centurian at Galgotha  in “If any Man...” by David Izatt            1951 (An Easter play performed at St. Mark’s Methodist Church, Fayid Suez Canal Zone) Performed in two radio plays on the Forces Broadcasting Service, MELF, Egypt       “They came up from the Sea”   and a radio comedy               Manchester University Students Union Theatre Group The Thane of Caithness, messenger and 2nd murderer in “Macbeth”       1953 Team player in “Suite Sixteen” a Rag Revue,                           “  Old Adam and Sir Oliver Martext in “As You Like It”                  1954 Tubal, friend of Shylock, in “The Merchant of Venice”                   “ Team player in “The Mad House”,a Rag Revue, devised by Tom Egan     1955  Produced two play readings, “Under Milk Wood” by Dylan Thomas         and “Mary Rose” by J.M. Barrie Produced “The Playboy of the Western World” by J. Synge              1955 Fluellen in “King Henry V” (Part of the Manchester Festival of Arts)      1956          Nuneaton Teachers Amateur Dramatic Society Romanov in “Ring Round the Moon” by Christopher Fry                1958 Sir Oliver Surface in “The School for Scandal” by Richard B. Sheridan     1959 The Director in “ The Director ”, a one act farce                       1960 Produced a recoded play              Hall Green Little Theatre, Birmingham Revd. Eli Jenkins in “Under Milk Wood” by Dylan Thomas              1962 Mr Gill in “The Two Bouquets” by Eleanor and Herbert Fargeon          1963    Bolstrode in “A Month in the Country” by Ivan Turgenev                1964   Duncan, King of Scots, 1st murderer and Old Siward, in “Macbeth”        1965            Cannon Chasuble in “The Importance of being Ernest” By Oscar Wilde     1966   Brutus in the quarrel scene “Julius Caesar” in “A Night with Shakespeare”  1967           Alderman Halliwell in “When we are Married” by J B Priestley           1968 Billy Bones, and Redruth in “Treasure Island” by R. L. Stevenson         1968                   The Solihull Parish Players Shendi in “The First Born” by Christopher Fry                  Dates uncertain Produced Recorded readings from “Jesus Christ” by Dorothy L. Sayers Noah in “Noah’s Flood” an original mystery play The first knight in “Murder in the Cathedral” performed in Birmingham Cathedral  The Apostle in “Star over Bethlehem” by Noel Harrower Sancha in “Sunday costs five Pesos”                       The Knowle Revels Nippy Briggs in “The Blue Goose”                            1967            The United Nations Association Youth Group Numerous parts in “Voice of the People” a drama for the 30th Anniversary of the      Proclamation of The International Convention of Human Rights              performed in Birmingham Cathedral               in the presence of the Lord Mayor               1968              The Nottingham Lacemarket Theatre              Dr Purgon in “The Imaginary Invalid” by Molliere                1971 The pig and the turkey in “The Owl and the Pussycat”             1972 Ballested in “The Lady from the Sea” by Henrik Ibson             1973 Pistol and Feeble in “Henry 1V Part Two” by W. Shakespeare       1974 Soldier in “Night in the Trojan War” by Lord Dunsany             1975 Ben Jordan in “”by Stanley Houghton                          1976 Bardolph in “The Merry Wives of Windsor” By W. Shakespeare     1978 Dr Einstein in “Arsenic and Old Lace”                         1988 Erpingham in “Erpingham Camp” by                          1989           Malanus in “The Pot of Gold” by The pastry cook in “Amadaus” by Fabian in “Twelfth Night” by W. Shakespeare                    1995 Dr Macfarlane in “Hobson’s Choice” by Harold Brighouse         1997                   Chair-born Players: Chilwell Pedlar in “Nottingham Fair” by Noel Harrower                  1987         Ugly sister in the pantomime “Cinderella”                      1988                Writer, Narrator and Producer of “Exmouth at War” Glenorchy URC  2007 Inspector Trunchonmeat in “Murder at Tottering Towers”. a murder mystery week-end organised by Maslen George                          2010                            and various other parts including work with the British Drama League and at         Nottingham and Notts. Drama Association Festivals
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