combined cast of a trio of one-act plays performed in the Central Methodist
Schoolroom (Lecture Hall on the High Street), the plays were "Everybody Comes To
Mabel", "Mr Twemlow Is Not Himself" and "The Great Dark".
The performers were:
Patricia Walker Ivy Scott Josephine
Amy Hindle Dorothy Guest Olive Haigh Dorothy Wheatley
Atkinson Kathleen Wagstaffe Judith Walker Nellie
Dickinson Raymond Wagstaffe Lilian Thompson Ida Smith Doris
Coultas Kathleen Teale Constance Wooller Ethel
Atkinson Jean Mawson
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production in anticipation of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth the 11on 2nd
June 1953, it was titled "Woman Through the Ages".
A portrait of the Queen is
held in front of the cast with the sentiment "God Save the Queen".
one-act play was called "Everybody Comes to Mabel" and was one of 3 plays given
on the 9th & 10th of October.
Themlow Is Not Himself" was the title of this production, it was one of a trio
of one-act plays given on the 9th & 10th of October in the old Lecture Hall
on the High Street.
The others were "Everybody Comes To Mabel" and "The Great
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was a production of Noel Coward's play "Hay Fever" in Yeadon Town Hall.
were Patricia Walker, Norman Stephenson, Brian
Emmerson, Ivy Scott, Rufus Denison, Anne Stephenson, Edward Mould, Kathleen Wagstaffe.