Theatre Royal: "The Girl Who Couldn't Quite" (1955)
Programme for "The Girl Who Couldn't Quite" at the Theatre Royal, Huddersfield. Although the year is now specified, it was most likely 1955 as by 1960, the Winter Garden Players had changed their name to the Theatre Royal Players.
|collection:||Leaflets, Pamphlets & Small Booklets|
|tags:||1950-59, 1955, Digitised Items, Nita Valerie (1894-1975), Programmes, Theatre Royal (Ramsden Street, Huddersfield)|
|date:||9 May 1955|
|rights:||Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY)|
|date added:||27 May 2017|
The following is an uncorrected automated OCR transcription and will likely contain errors (expand):
BOOK YOUR PERMANENT SEAT
Special reduced prices for parties of six or over
Old Age Pensioners admitted to all performances for i/-(except Sat. 8-30 p.m.)
Blind Persons admitted FREE—Escort 1 /-
Theatre Royal - Huddersfield
General Manager J Peter Bernard M°Once Nightly3^ ’
Assistant Manager Dan Casey °m y
Secretary 1 . Alice Watson ' ^
Stage Director | Bill Green Saturday Evening,
Assistant Stage Managers Two Performances
Daphne Poole, Jennifer Hawkesworth, Eliane Formby 6-0 p.m. and 8-30 p.m.
Electrician 1 Herbert Armitage
Carpenter j Errol Gumby
Telephone : Huddersfield 3647
MONDAY, MAY 9th, FOR ONE WEEK
GIRL WHO COULDN’T QUITE”
by LEO MARKS
Characters in order of their appearance :
JANET TAYLOR .
Sir JOHN OXLEY
„.£. Nita Valerie
Jennifer Hawkesworth Jack Woolgar
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES :
The action of the play takes place in the Lounge of Pam Taylor’s country house near London.
Act I Scene i—A Saturday Morning, November. Scene 2—Five minutes later.
Act II Scene i-—The following Saturday Morning. Scene 2—Two hours later.
Act III Scene i—One month later, Morning.
Scene 2—Two days later.
Play Directed by JACK WOOLGAR The Setting designed and painted by PAT FACKRELL
Nylon Stockings by KAYSER BONDOR of London. Pianos by WHITFIELDS LTD.
Electrical Equipment by H. G. HEATON LTD., Honley. Electrical Fittings by GUY. V. LAYCOCK, LTD.
FULLY LICENSED BARS and LIGHT REFRESHMENTS
In accordance with the requirements of the Watch Committee of the Huddersfield County Borough Council
(a) The public may leave at the end of the performance by all exits and entrances and the doors of such exits and entrances shall at that time be open.
(b) All gangways, passages and staircases shall be kept entirely free from chairs or any other obstructions.
(c) The safety curtain shall be lowered and raised in the sight of the audience immediately before the commencement of each performance, so as to ensure its being in proper working order.
WILL PATRONS KINDLY ENDEAVOUR TO BE
MONDAY, MAY i6th—FOR ONE WEEK
Peter Bernard’s greatest success by AARON HOFFMAN
IN THEIR SEATS BEFORE THE RISE OF THE CURTAIN,
ON SALE AT THE BARS
EXPORT UNITY GUARDS ALE TOWN ALES WINES AND SPIRITS
BENTLEY & SHAW LTD., Lockwood Brewery HUDDERSFIELD. Founded 1795.
PRINTED BY WHEATLEY, DYSON & SON LTD., 12 NEW STREET. HUDDERSFIELD.