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The Mikado (1951)

Performed at: The Arthur Worthington Hall

Cast

The Mikado of Japan
Briane Gore
Nanki-Poo (his son disguised as a wandering minstrel)
John Posnett
Ko-Ko (Lord High Executioner)
Geoffrey Furness
Pooh-Bah (Lord High Everything Else)
Keith Butteriss
Pish-Tush (A Noble Lord)
Derek Wilson
Yum-Yum (Three Sisters)
Jessie Grundy
Pitti-Sing (Ward of Ko-Ko)
Barbara Horrocks
Peep-Bo (Ward of Ko-Ko)
Lenora Taberner
Katisha (An elderly Lady in love with Nanki-Poo)
Margaret Wallbank
 
Chorus of School Girls, Nobles, Guards and Coolies
Mary Alletson, June Begg, Dawn Clifford, Peggy Giles, Rosemary Gillett, Catherine McGlynn, Dorothy Miller, Barbara Moore, Sheila Quain, Mary Rayer, Doreen Aylward, Shirley Bond, Hilary Dobson, Dorothy Haines, Gladys Holland, Jean Johnson, Anne Mills, R. Abbott, W. J. Booth, J. V. Davies, D. G. Graham, R. J. Lewis, B. Whiteley, G. V. Chivers, P. Hesketh, J. Hill, A. L. Norman, G.H. Sansome, A. Taylor

Production

Producer
John E. Crowther
Costumes
W.A Hume & Sons, Manchester
Stage Manager
D. Slater
Scenery
D. Anderton, A. Collier
Make-Up
D. Pratt, E. Champ
Wardrobe
E. M. Edwards
Lighting
W. Dunn
Business Manager
G. V. Chivers
Musical Director
Norman Spooner
Accompanist
Keith Burrows
House Manager
Eric Foley

Notes

The Society and Committee wish to tender their thanks to

Professor VINAVER
Mr. H. PROCTOR-GREGG
Mr. HANSON
Mr. KENT
Mr. EDGECOMBE
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