The Brides of March

A farce by John Chapman
Wednesday 26 May 1965 - Saturday 29 May 1965
The Little Theatre, Old Royal Marines Camp, Butts Close, Faringdon
Directed by Evelyn Stoodley

Performances start 7:30 pm.
Tickets were available from Vogue Hair Fashions, 3 Coxwell Street, Faringdon.

A young member of the Foreign Office living in Finchley is bequeathed five beautiful women by a sheik whose life he once saved. They are ‘delivered’ when his wife happens to be away, but when she returns, the sparks begin to fly. A hilarious and inventive farce from the author of Dry Rot and Diplomatic Baggage.

The action of the play takes place in the living room of the Scudamore’s house, No. 66, Pinetops Avenue, North London.

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Cast (in order of appearance):

TONY SCUDAMORE (ex Army Captain) - Jonathan Bayley
SALLY SCUDAMORE (His Wife) - Penny Philpott
KEN SCUDAMORE (Tony's Brother) - Sam Heath
JACK KRASNER - Ken Duringer
VAN DRIVER - George Young
HAROUN EL BAHN - Bill Reeves
FIVE GIRLS: VANA - Rosemary West
SASSAR - Carole Harrison
MALOO - Ann Morgans
OLEENA - Carol Mattingley
RAKEESHA - Kathleen Crosbie
MRS SCUDAMORE (Tony's Mother) - Eileen Heath
ARTHUR SCUDAMORE (Tony's Father) - Ron Bradbury
POLICEMAN - Roger Hatch

See programme for further details.

Production No.46 (4 shows were performed over 4 days).