FDS - Cabaret poster


A musical by John Kander, Fred Ebb & Joe Masteroff
Thursday 14 November 2002 - Saturday 16 November 2002
Faringdon Community College, Fernham Road, Faringdon SN7 7LB
Directed by Allyn Richardson & Denis Peach
Musical Director: Debra Warner

Performances start 7:30 pm. Doors open 30 minutes earlier.
Tickets: £7. Tickets were available from White Horse Country Wear, 6 Cornmarket, Faringdon.


“Willkommen mein Damen und mein Herren”

Set in the tumultuous city of Berlin just before Hitler’s rise to power. The main action of the play revolves around a cabaret performer, Sally Bowles, and the brief affair she has with an American writer who takes her in after she is kicked out of the Kit Kat Club where she performs.


Jeni Summerfield & Gary Bates


Debbie Lock, Karen Price Joan Lee, Sally Norris Claire Forty, Lesley Phillips


Gary Bates & Amanda Linstead


Amanda Linstead & Gary Bates


Gary Bates & Amanda Linstead


Debbie Lock, Dominic Bullock & Carolyn Taylor


Cleve Forty & Jeni Summerfield


Rebecca Lock, Kathryn Whiffen, Dominic Bullock, Grace Anderson, Alex Oliver


Debbie Lock, Carolyn Taylor, Claire Forty, Lesley Phillips, Sally Norris, Karen Price, Joan Lee, Katie Dyet


The ‘Kit-Kat Girls’


“The Management” Directors: Denis Peach & Allyn Richardson

Photographs by Ian Lee & Sarah Varnom

Cast (in order of appearance):

Master of Ceremonies - Dominic Bullock
Clifford Bradshaw - Gary Bates
Ernst Ludwig - Nick Coard
Customs Officer - Karen Whiffen
Fraulein Schneider - Jeni Summerfield
Fraulein Kost - Sarah Varnom
Herr Schultz - Cleve Forty
Sally Bowles - Amanda Linstead
Taxi Man - Alan Taylor
Max - Roger Leitch
Kit Kat Klub Hostess - Carole Tappenden
Kit Kat Girls - Debbie Lock; Carolyn Taylor; Claire Forty; Lesley Phillips; Sally Norris; Karen Price; Joan Lee; Katie Dyet
Sailors - Peter Webster; Ashley Bates
Waiters - Rebecca Lock; Kathryn Whiffen; Grace Anderson; Alex Oliver
Orchestra - Debra Warner; Richard Lock; James Green; Juliet Moss; Hannah Logan; Luke Gerry

See programme for further details.

Production No.140 (3 shows were performed over 3 days).