a play with music by Charles Chilton, Gerry Raffles, Joan Littlewood and Ted Allan
Title suggested by Ted Allan
Produced by Alfie Newton
an amateur production by arrangement wiith Samuel French Ltd
The agonies and humour of the British Tommies and the incompetence of their leaders are shown through an end-of-the-pier Pierrot show featuring well known songs of the First World War era. The tears at the end caused by the tragedy and the pathos of the 1914-1918 conflict.
EK Rep's 50th Pantomime!
Written and produced by Hazel Brown
Dick Whittington travels to London to seek his fortune. He and his faithful cat clear rats from Mr Fitzwarren's cellar, but things go wrong when he is falsely accused of theft. Dick is about to leave when the Bow Bells tell him to stay and become Lord Mayor.