Sheringham Little Theatre
I was doing a spot of idle Googling recently and came across the
theatres web site and also an article in your newspaper [Issue 77 3/8/07] I worked
as an assistant stage manager, otherwise known as the lowest of the low!!,
during what was, I think, the summer of 1966, under the direction of Johnathan Meddings.
Her home cooking was greatly appreciated! We knew the gentleman who ran the Box Office as Pop he would often drive us around the local area on a Sunday. I remember once going out to Sandringham.
(Photograph: Lunch Party at the Chamberlains. The family are on the left -
their son holding the menu. Pop on the right, then Carol the Stage Manager, a
glimpse of me behind Peter our set manager.)
I had walk on parts, and a memorable one line part. I think it was at the end of Come Blow Your Horn. My theatrical career was short lived but I had a wonderful time in those three months. I still have a photo of one of the sets (above), so if there is an archive collection and if anyone would be interested I will post it to you. It is great to know that the Little Theatre is doing so well.
My best wishes for the future.