Digital Archive:Cast list, Trelawny of the ‘Wells’ (1965)

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TRELAWNY OF THE ‘WELLS’

by ARTHUR WING PINERO

 

THEATRICAL FOLK

James Telfer…………………………………………… Gerald James

Augustus Colpoys……………………………………. Graham Crowden

Ferdinand Gadd………………………………………. Edward Petherbridge

Tom Wrench…………………………………………… Robert Stephens

Mrs Telfer………………………………………………. Wynne Clark

Avonia Bunn…………………………………………… Billie Whitelaw

Rose Trelawny………………………………………… Louise Purnell

Imogen Parrott……………………………………….. Pauline Taylor

O’Dwyer…………………………………………………. John Savident

Miss Brewster…………………………………………. Chloe Ashcroft

Mr Mortimer………………………………………….. Michael Byrne

Mr Denzil………………………………………………. Ronald Pickup

Mr Hunston…………………………………………… Neil Fitzpatrick

Hall-keeper at the Pantheon…………………….. John Hallam

NON-THEATRICAL FOLK

Vice-Chancellor Sir William Gower, Knt…… Paul Curran

Arthur Gower…………………………………………. Michael York

Clara de Foenix………………………………………. Caroline John

Captain de Foenix…………………………………… Ian McKellen

Miss Trafalgar Gower……………………………… Jeanne Watts

Mrs Mossop…………………………………………… Doris Hare

Mr Ablett……………………………………………….. Ron Pember

Charles…………………………………………………… Frank Wylie

Sarah……………………………………………………… Jennie Heslewood

Footmen………………………………………………… Alan Collins   Roger Kemp   Denis de Marne   David Ryall

 

Director………………………………………………….. Desmond O’Donovan

Set Designer……………………………………………. Alan Tagg

Costume Designer……………………………………. Motley

Lighting Designer…………………………………….. Robert Ornbo

Music arranged by……………………………………. Marc Wilkinson

Assistant to Producer………………………………… KV Moore

 

Stage Manager………………………………………….. Neville Pearson

Deputy Stage Manager………………………………. Anthony Ferris

Assistant Stage Managers………………………….. Noola Delaney, Anne Matthew, Paul Reynolds

 

 

 

 

 

July:                   Tue 13F, Wed 14G, Thu 15e, Sat 17e, Tue 20, Wed 21e, Thu 22e, Fri 23, Sat 24e,

Wed 28m, Fri 30

 

August:              Wed 4m, Thu 5m, Sat 7m, Wed 11m, Thu 12m, Fri 13, Sat 14m, Wed 18m, Thu 19m,

Sat 21m&e, Tue 24, Thu 26m, Sat 28e, Mon 30

 

September:       Wed 1e, Fri 3L

 

 

F = First Night

m = matinee

e = evening

L = Last Night

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