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- Queen of Hearts – Denis Heath
- Ace of Hearts – Jane Halliday
- Knave of Hearts – Angela Payne
- Jack – Jill Haydon
- Jill – Lesley Morris
- Deuce – Ian Howard
- Joker – John Cade
- Lucky Nine – Merrill Emms
- Sixes and Sevens – Nigel Bedford
- Prop – Peter Lee
- Cop – John Payne
- Judge – George Jarvis
- Announcer – Andrew Malyon
- Rest of the Pack – Carol Bower, Christine Bower, Susan Haydon, Deborah Howard
- Rest of the Pack – Iab Goold, Herbert Joseph, John Gosnell & Jacqui Nimki
Dance Group – ‘Anne’s People’
- Anne Haydon, Ann High, Amanda Bellchambers, Nicola Bedford,
- Jackie Rendall, Jill Pratt, Denise Argent & Michelle Haydon
Stage & House Management, Sets, Costumes & Music
- Alan Russsell, Jill Rushton, June Heath, Dave King, Lee Elbiston,
- Len Powell, Karl Pegg, Brenda Long and Richard Dunn
Produced By Cyril Malyon
The first few lines of a ‘libretto’ of one of the songs within the Pantomime suggests that it was written by the cast – in line with the usual ad-libbing no doubt! The tune to which it fits does, inevitably, remain a mystery!
- ‘Our local labour exchange has gone to rack and ruin, cos there’s so many new blokes signing on each week,
- Now to be a layabout of any standing, means dodging work for seven days a week
- Oh it really spoilt it for us regular patrons, we have to queue for hours to get 50 bob!
Chorus – Oh, our local labour exchange has gone to rack and ruin, So I reckon I’ll have to find myself a job!
Fortunately the rest of the words have been lost!!!!!!!!!!!!