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Worm’s Eye View by R. F. Delderfield

Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre, Taunton, 1983
Cast
Pop, a last war airman, re-enlisted Colin Craggs
The Duke, an aircraftman awaiting aircrew training Richard Lucas
Mark, Corporal in charge of the billet Barrie Palmer
Mrs Bounty, the landlady Florence Evans
Thelma, Mrs Bounty’s maid Karen Dyer
Mr. Bounty, Mrs Bounty’s husband Patrick Sanders
Sydney Spooner, Mrs. Bounty’s son Anthony Brown
Taffy, Recruit newly arrived
Andy Hunt
Porter, Recruit newly arrived John Burbery
Bella,  Mrs. Bounty’s daughter Susan Devonald
S/Ldr. Briarly, C.O.of the unit Ken Pitchers
Voices off Edward (Ted) Goldsmith
Backstage
Directed by Tom Hull
Stage Manager Bob Hudson
DeputyStage Manager Pat Hudson
Set design and construction Patrick Sanders
Lighting Kevin Allen
Sound Allen Broom, John Fisher
Properties Thelma Wander, Pearl Churchill
Wardrobe Elsie Goldsmith
Assisted by Carol Burbery, Margaret Sanders
Hair Styling Consultant Peggy Groves
Pianist Linda Fox
Production Assistants Edward (Ted) Goldsmith, Betty Macdonald, George Lashbrook
Programme edited & designed by Howard Wander
Acknowledgments
Design of Poster and Programme Artwork Doreen Lewis-Smith
Press, Display and Theatre Foyer Publicity Photographs Delmar Studio, Taunton
Secretarial Assistance Shirley Boobyer
Hand-designed Billboard Posters Bernard Gay
Publicity Billboards George Lashbrook
Display windows generously provided by Halifax and Woolwich Building Societies. Midland Bank
For use of Spitfire for photographic session The Station Commander R.A.F. Locking
For loan of meter and fire South West Gas, Historical Collection, Keynsham
For loan of Telephone and coin box Mr. Povey, British Telephone Museum, Taunton
For costumes Air Training Corps, Tiverton & Taunton, Regimental Pay Office, Jellalabad, Taunton, Taunton Youth Theatre, R.A.F.A., Taunton
For S/Ldr’s uniform F. Angeletta Esq.
For Sailor’s  black cap Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton