Happiest Days of your Life – April 2014

Happiest Days of your Life by John Dighton

Heckington Players 2014 April play was Happiest Days of your Life by John Dighton.

Events are complicated by the arrival of the parents. Each headmaster/mistress tries to conceal the fact that his/her school is now coed. Eventually, the parents learn the truth and are about to remove their children when news arrives that a third school is to be amalgamated into theirs. They all join together to keep out these intruders.

Cast List…

Dick Tassell, Assistant Master, Hilary Hill – Mark Spelman
Rainbow, School Porter and Groundsman – Paul Sharman
Rupert Billings, Senior Assistant Master, Hilary Hill – Matt Brown
Godfrey Pond, Headmaster, Hilary Hill – Andrew Key
Miss Evelyn Whitchurch, Principal of St Swithins – Jackie Taylor
Miss Gossage, Senior Assistant Mistress at St Swithins – Rachel Grafton
Hopcroft Minor, Pupil at Hilary Hall – George Phillips
Barbara Cahoun, Pupil at St Swithins – Rachel McDonald
Joyce Harper, Assistant Mistress at St Swithins – Kelly Anderson
The Rev. Edward Peck – Kei Bailey
Mrs Peck, His wife – Niki Thompson
Edgar Sowter – Simon Needham
Mrs Sowter, Hit Wife – Mel Priestley

Crew List…

Director – Jenny Stead
Stage Manager – Liam Smith
Assistant Stage Manager – Geoff Stead
Set Design – Geoff Stead
Set Construction – Geoff Stead, Mac Mclean, Len Bridge and David Nichols
Scenic Artists – Mac McCarthy and Sheila Grossmith
Lighting – Malcolm Billing
Sound – Mark Elsom
Props – Ann Grimshaw
Wardrobe Mistress – Ann Grimshaw
Prompt – Jo Marriott
Front of House Manager – Jo Keightley
Front of House Team – Tina Silkstone, Jo Marriott, Helen Gordan and Lucca Colonna
Box Office – Jo Keightley
Publicity – Niki Thompson
Poster & Programme Design – Stuart Wyle
Raffle – Ann Drury and Julia Sharman
Bar Manager – John Drury

 

Here are a selection of images from the show…
The Happiest Days Of Your Life - April 2014

 This album contains a selection of image taken from April 2014 our "The Happiest Days Of Your Life" show written by John Dighton. 

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