Rebecca | February 2006

By Daphne du Maurier, adapted by Clifford Williams. Directed by Muriel Kidd.

Max de Winter’s new bride arrives at Manderley to find the house filled with the presence of Rebecca, his first wife, whose memory is perpetuated by Mrs Danvers, the housekeeper.

The second Mrs de Winter begins to doubt her husband’s love until she uncovers the truth about Rebecca’s death.

The action takes place in the hall of Manderley, Cornwall, the home of Maxim de Winter, in early summer, some years before the second World War. 


Frifth, the Butler:        John Heather
Beatrice Lacey:            Janet Clark
Giles Lacey:                 Bernard Harriss
Frank Crawley:           Nigel London
Maxim de Winter:       Paul Marshall
Mrs de Winter:           Sarah-Jane Gumm
Mrs Danvers:              Carolyn Taylor
Robert:                         Christopher Stewart
Jack Favell:                 Howard James
Colonel Julyan:            Ray Harris
William Tabb:             Dennis Packham


Lighting Designer:      Andrew Herbert
Sound Designer:          Daniel Whymark
Set Designer:               Adrian Pope
Stage Director:            Bernard Hemsley
Stage Manager:           Heather London
Set decor:                     Adrian Pope
Set construction:         Bernard Hemsley, John Heather, Danny Lane, members of T62
Stage Assistants:        Ruth Aylward, Emily London, Christopher Stewart
Lighting Assistant:     Sam Tanner
Technical Support:     Ian James
Props:                           Jim Judd
Wardrobe:                   Margaret Uzzell, Joan Martin
Make-up & wigs:        Penny Vetterlein, Jean Golder  
Prompt:                        Claire Morris

House Manager:          John Heather
Refreshments:             Ann Herbert
Raffle:                           Sally Guttridge
Box Office:                   Margaret Uzzzell
Poster/programme design: Graham Copeland
Programme Editor:    John Guttridge