by Terence Rattigan, directed by Muriel Kidd
Rattigan’s exquisitely crafted piece is set in a bleak 1951 London. Six years have passed since the end of World War II, but in England it is still a chill age of austerity and ration books, and a cold climate for love.
Hester Collyer is emotionally desperate having left her husband for a semi-alcoholic ex-RAF pilot whose ardour has cooled. She loves him but cannot live with him, unlike her husband whom she can live with but cannot love.
An attempted suicide fails and she wrestles with her inner turmoil.
Hester Collyer Claire Morris
Mrs Elton Sandie Campbell
Philip Welch James Mercer
Ann Welch Nicola Bull
Mr Miller Tony Skeggs
William Collyer Paul Marshall
Freddie Page Matthew Eades
Jackie Jackson Richard Webb
by Ned Hopkins, directed by John Oakenfull
We meet again Cecily and Gwendolen who got married in 1895 at the end of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest.
This new family drama, specially written for Theatre 62 by one of its members, explores how their lives might have changed in the maelstrom of the early 20th Century, after 20 years of marriage.
By Sam and Bella Spewack, directed by Ray Harris.
It’s Christmas in a small settlement in French Guiana, one hundred years ago. The Dulay family run the general store, but as it is barely making a profit the outlook is bleak. Three convicts from the neighbouring penal colony become involved with the family and, by various means (none of them honest), transform their lives
Bromley Theatre Guild Full Length Play Festival 2010
The awards ceremony took place on Saturday May 15 at Theatre 62. Our entry, See How They Run received ten nominations and five awards. Overall it was placed third.
Best Properties – Sally Guttridge
Best Costumes – Valerie Polydorou
Best Sound – Jon Lewis
Best Actress under 21 – Verity Hall
Best Actor in a minor role – Ray Harris
Best Lighting – Andrew Herbert
Best Set – Adrian Pope
Best Actress in supporting role – Sue Appleyard
Best Actor in supporting role – Bernard Harriss
Best Producer – Paul Marshall