Backstage

Production Coordinator

Jeremy Walls

Stage Manager

Derek Alsey

Lighting and Sound

Norman Bailey   Jeremy Walls

Wardrobe

Anne Kindley

Rehearsal Prompt

Philippa Rooke   Stevie Davison

Properties

Phil George    Pat Walls

Set Design

Ann Blatcher  Jeremy Walls

Chelsfield

29 July - 1 August 2015

Directed by Ann Blatcher

Edinburgh

24 - 29 August 2015

Directed by Pat Walls

Cast- A Touch of Class


Chelsfield

Edinburgh

Basil

Patrick Neylan

Patrick Neylan

Sybil

Madeline McCubbin

Madeline McCubbin

Manuel

Andy Haggerty

Andy Haggerty

Miss Tibbs

Philippa Rooke

Philippa Rooke

Miss Gatsby

Pat Walls

Pat Walls

Mr Mackenzie

Dave Bacon

David Bacon

Mrs Mackenzie

Jo Clent

Jo Clent

Newspaper Boy

Derek Alsey

Derek Alsey

Major Gowan

Keith Wishart

Rene Meissner

Mr Watson

Rene Meissner

Bernard West

Mrs Watson

Anne Kindley

Anne Kindley

Danny

Ken Clarke

Ken Clarke

Polly

Marie Hurding

Marie Hurding

Lord Melbury

Jo East

Jo East

Mr Wareing

Phil George

Phil George

Mrs Wareing

Stevie Davison

Philippa Rooke

Child Wearing

Cynthia Hearing

Cynthia Hearing

Policeman

Dave Bacon

Derek Alsey

Sir Richard Harris


Bernard West

Lady Harris

Pat Walls

Pat Walls

Cast- The Wedding Party

Major Gowan

Keith Wishart

Rene Meissner

Basil

Patrick Neylan

Patrick Neylan

Mrs Peignoir

Jo Clent

Jo Clent

Sybil

Madeline McCubbin

Madeline McCubbin

A Customer

Stevie Davison

Derek Alsey

Miss Tibbs

Philippa Rooke

Philippa Rooke

Miss Gatsby

Pat Walls

Pat Walls

Polly

Marie Hurding

Marie Hurding

Richard

Phil George

Phil George

Jean

Cynthia Hearing

Cynthia Hearing

Alan

Dave Bacon

David Bacon

Manuel

Andy Haggerty

Andy Haggerty

Mrs Lloyd

Anne Kindley

Anne Kindley

Mr Lloyd

Ken Clarke

Ken Clarke

Two classic episodes from the 70s sitcom, live on stage. In ‘A Touch of Class’, Basil is at his sycophantic, fawning best as his efforts to raise the standard of clientele at Fawlty Towers bear fruit in the person of Lord Melbury, a man with an aristocratic air and a curiously heavy briefcase. In ‘The Wedding Party’, Basil fends off the rising tide of immorality in the forms of an over-familiar French antiques dealer and a group of seemingly libertine wedding guests who threaten to infect the staff with their deplorably liberal displays of affection.

Fawlty Towers

by John Cleese and Connie Booth

A Touch of Class and The Wedding Party

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