The Winslow Boy
by Terence Rattigen

Produced & Directed by Mark Seaman.

Production dates : 19th-22nd September 2001

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The Winslow Boy is a play about the struggles of a well placed family in the early part of the 20th century to prove the innocence of the teenage son from a charge of theft which sees him discharged from his naval college and the potential shaming of his family. His Father places his families reputation and finances at risk to back his son's claim of innoncence to the point where the case becomes the talk of the nation by being discussed and argued in the House of Commons. The plot is based on a true case and has held audiences for many years over the ever present arguement of "the truth will out".


Arthur Winslow : Roy Whitlow
Grace Winslow (his wife) : Margaret Ward
Catherine Winslow (his daughter) : Karin Davies
Dickie Winslow (his elder son) : Andrew Allsopp
Ronnie Winslow (his younger son) : Joe Derrick
Sir Robert Morton (a well known attorney) : Stan Ward
Desmond Curry (the family lawyer) : Mark Graves
John Watherston (Catherine's financee) : Julian Hinton
Violet (the elderly maid) : Siân Butler
Miss Barnes : Jacqui Ward
Fred : Jim Coventry

Backstage crew

Stage Manager : Phil Lovell
Set Construction : Phil Lovell, Mark Owen, Will Wrighton, Roy Whitlow & the usual suspects
Lights : Tim Hunter
Sound : Stephen Bashford
Costumes : Brenda Allen & Sue Bridgeman
Props : Pauline Pincott & Norma Graves
Hair : George Kousouros
Prompt & Asst. director : Maggie Allsopp
Box Office : Roy Whitlow
Front of House : Diane Owen assisted by members of Sodbury Players

The stage before we started and after