On the eightieth anniversary of the outbreak of World War One...

Wilmslow Guild Players Present...

Oh What a Lovely War!

by the Theatre Workshop London


This classic play devised by Joan Littlewood and the Theatre Workshop takes a humourous and light-hearted walk through the history of World War One. The production brims with anecdotes, jokes, songs and dance, but we are never allowed to forget that the Great War was no joke, and are presented with a thought-provoking insight into the futility of war.

We are frequently asked if we have the musical score for this production. Unfortunately it was last performed by Wilmslow Guild Players in 1994 and the member who arranged and played the music is no longer with the society.


Performances

10th March 1994, 7.45pm
11th March 1994, 7.45pm
12th March 1994, 7.45pm


The Cast
Clare Ankers Owen Le Blanc
John Banks Alan Lucas
Bill Beton Rick Marshall
Jane Broadley John Pritchard
Clare Brunet Geoffrey Reed
Marion Burgess Grace Reed
David Carlile Chris Saunders
Janet Douglas James Smith
Julie Hanson Debbie Townsend
Suzy Hart Danny Traynor
Christine Hunter Ruth Walters
Ian Illingworth

The Crew
Director Moyra Hampson
Stage Manager Geoffrey Reed
Music Danny Traynor
Owen Le Blanc
Lighting Ian Illingworth
Sound Bill Beton
Costumes Grace Reed
Properties Clare Brunet
Choreography Beryl Beddows
Exhibition Coordinator Janet Douglas