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1982

The Long Christmas Dinner
by
Thornton Wilder

Performed at the Edinburgh District round of the SCDA One Act Festival,
Church Hill Theatre, Friday 5th February 1982 (gaining 2nd place)
and at the Eastern Divisional Final of the SCDA One Act Festival
at the Adam Smith Centre, Kirkcaldy, Thursday 18th March 1982
(Winning the Bob Buchanan Salver for 3rd place)


Cast
Rosemary Currie, Bart Dignan, Morag Warwick, David Forson, Jim Witcomb,
Phyllis Duff, Catherine McKelvie, Jean Macnab, Pete Lethaby,
Adele Duff, Michael Marsland, Shauna Morris & Angela Binnie


Director: Douglas Currie    Stage Manager: William Dunlop

Scots in Love
(A sequence of Poems in Scots and English on the theme of love)
Compiled by Bill Dunlop

First Performed at Mayfield Church Hall, August 1982 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe


Readers
Douglas Currie, Rosemary Currie, Phyllis Duff, David Forson, Alice Lawrie, Pete Lethaby,
Jean Macnab, Kathleen Preston, Alan Richardson,
Michael Howe, Pat Fleming, & William Dunlop


Featured Poets included:
King James I of Scotland, Robert Burns, Mark Alexander Boyd, Allan Cunningham,
Robert Cunningham-Graham, William Drummond, William Dunbar,
George Gordon - Lord Byron, James Graham - Marquis of Montrose,

W. J. Mickle, Alexander Montgomerie, Allan Ramsey, Alexander Ramsey,
Alexander Scott, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson & William Thom

The Comedy of the Marks

by Alan Richardson

First Performed at Mayfield Church Hall, August 1982 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe


Cast
Alistair Ferguson, Angela Binnie, Jim Witcomb, Jacqueline Robertson, Janis Binnie,
David Forson, Morag Warwick, Bart Dignan & Alan Richardson


Director: Alan Richardson    Stage Manager: Alice Lawrie

There'll Always be... a Ross Parker
A Biogrevue of Songwriter Ross Parker

First Performed at Mayfield Church Hall, August 1982 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe


Performers
Bart Dignan, Erica Donald, Pat Fleming, Catherine McKelvie & Cal Donald

Introduced by Douglas Currie

Devised and arranged by Cal Donald    Stage Manager: Alice Lawrie

1982 Fringe flyer There'll Always be... a Ross Parker

Caught on the Hop
by
Derek Benfield

Performed in the Church Hill Theatre, 11th-13th November 1982


Cast
Douglas Currie, Alan Richardson, Erica Donald, Catherine McKelvie,
Alice Lawrie, Bart Dignan, Phyllis Duff & Jim Witcomb


Director: Jean Macnab    Stage Manager: Ian Pope

Caught on the Hop Caught on the Hop Caught on the Hop Caught on the Hop

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