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THE HUDDERSFIELD THESPIANS
“SALAD DAYS” by DOROTHY REYNOLDS
and JULIAN SLADE
ST. PATRICK’S HALL FITZWILLIAM STREET
20th to 25th APRIL, 1964, at 7-30 p.m. MATINEE—2Sth APRIL, 1964, at 2-30 p.m. PROGRAMME SIXPENCE
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Dates for your diary:
“May 2nd—-End of Season celebration party at Station Street Headquarters. Tickets (5/-
each) must be obtained in advance from Mr. F. W. Keighley.
May 23rd—Visit to Manchester Library Theatre to see ‘‘ Semi-Detached ”’ by David Turner.
Further details of both these events can be obtained from the Social Secretary,
Keighley, 120 Hall Bower Lane, Newsome, Tel. No. Huddersfield 21620.
Mr. F. W.
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LUNCHES MORNING COFFEE AFTERNOON TEAS HIGH TEAS
Good food served in comfort
The public discussion of‘ Salad Days ”’ will be held at Station Street Headquarters on Tuesday,
28th April, 1964 at 7-30 p.m. Admission free. Coffee and biscuits will be on sale during the interval.
‘Waldy’’ Handbags for Day and Evening Wear Finest Cut Glass by Webb Corbett, Leather Goods, Brass Ware Exclusive Fashion Jewellery, Electrical Appliances
Radio and Television Receivers by leading manufacturers
KENNETH LEVELL Ltd.
MARKET STREET = HUDDERSFIELD
(by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.)
Book and Lyrics by Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade. Music by Julian Slade.
Cast (in order of appearance) :
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Produced by JESSIE MARTINDALE Associate Producer-—-HAROLD TAYLOR Dances arranged by NANCY DYSON, DOREEN FRANCE and ENID LUTY
Settings designed, built and painted by the Thespian Stage Staff
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FORTY-FOURTH SEASON 1963-1964
PRESIDENT AND CHAIRMAN : RICHARD BLAKEWAY
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ACT I Act Il ‘Scene 1 The University Scene 1 The Cleopatra Night-Club Scene 2 The Breakfast Room Scene 2 Night Front Cloth ‘Scene 3 The Park Scene 3 The Park Café Terrace Scene 4 The Beauty Parlour Scene 4 The Terrace Scene 5 The Park Scene 5 The Dress Shop Scene 6 The Foreign Office Scene 6 A Path through the Park ‘Scene 7 The Inspector’s Office Scene 7 The Park ‘Scene 8 The Park Scene 8 A Path Scene 9 The Flying Saucer COFFEE INTERVAL Scene 10 The Front Cloth Scene 11 The Park BUSINESS MANAGERS NAN BRIAN and MARY POGSON ‘STAGE MANAGER JACK CROSLAND ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER OLWEN HUNTER PROPERTIES BARBARA JEMMISON and SUE HENSHAW ELECTRICIANS DENNIS BOSTOCK and PETER PRIESTLEY
Assisted by GEOFFREY BOOTH and RICHARD HINCHCLIFFE
the store that puts
ths quality and service first
of Huddersfield Car Parking Your purchases will be
The Westgate Lounge Cafe taken to your vehicle, , GATE Open 10 a.m. to 5-15 p.m. for morning coffee, parked anywhere in the I ee light lunches and afternoon teas. ae Se a and
Customer Service Bureau = tia On the Ground Floor, offers information, left I Peds parcels depot, public telephone, postal service oe bet JTS ie Pet es and gift wrapping. Gift vouchers obtainable cae ae here from 2/6 to 5 gns. eee
Budget Account ee pee as ane oy er RT ee So at the office for details of He a I ae & Det! this wonderful credit
scheme, no hire purchase fee: ag 3 Bit aR YS charges, and eighttimesthe fie ee 1 Nk
value, in credit to your ee NS» S account, of your payment. ao ee ee
WE SS Ask for a leaflet, or enquire
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held at Whiteley’s Cafe, Westgate, on Thursday, May, 1964 at 7-30 p.m. prompt. All members are requested to make a point of attending this meeting and are reminded that subscriptions for the 1964/1965 Season are due and can be paid at the meeting. Subscriptions will remain at the same price as last season and are as follows : 25/— (one free 4/— seat at each show) ; 17/6 (one free 2/6 seat at each show) and 10/- ordinary membership.
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