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One Season's King
George MacEwan Green

Performed at the Bedlam Theatre, 27th to 29th May 1993
(Joint Production of three plays with Cabal and Open Stage)

Christopher Dallman, Peter Ronald, Bart Dignan & Lorraine McBain

Director: Alistair Ferguson


Love Is...
A Miscellany of Romantic Verse

Performed at Diverse Attractions, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 9th to 14th August 1993

Angela Binnie, Rosemary Currie, Bart Dignan, Ann Keil,
Peter Ronald, Alan Richardson & Noelle Thompson

Devised and Directed by Alan Richardson

Featured Poets included:

Anon, William Blake, James Boswell, Robert Browning, Lewis Carroll, Emily Dickinson,
Robert Graves, Thomas Hardy, A. E. Houseman, Philip Larkin, D. H. Lawrence,
Thomas Moore, Roger McGough, Dorothy Parker, Alexander Pushkin, Alistair Reid,
Christina Rosseti, John Suckling, Stevie Smith, & W. B. Yeats

Newspaper review for "Love Is..."

Sweeney Todd
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
George Dibdin Pitt
(adapted by Alistair Ferguson)

Performed in the Church Hill Theatre, 4th to 6th November 1993

Graham Rigby, Gordon Clapton, Sharon McElhinney, Angela Binnie, Giles Waterton,
Steven McConnell, Alistair Ferguson, Alison McNulty, Rosemary Currie,
Douglas Currie, Ann Keil, Alan Richardson, Anne Borthwick & Nadine Bain

Director: Alistair Ferguson    Musical Director: Cal Donald
Mechanical Effects: George Grant

Handbill for "Sweeney Todd"

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