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Coward at the Rep
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Coward at the Rep

George Goodall was a gifted comic performer and trod the board at The Rep until well into his Seventies. He also undertook many backstage roles and inspired the next generation to follow in his footsteps.

Spotlight on … Gordon Toon
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Spotlight on … Gordon Toon

Gordon joined the Rep in 1982 and played Sir George Smith in "Birds on the Wing " other major roles have included Second Rabbit in “Toad Of Toad Hall“ and Mr Witherspoon in "Arsenic And Old Lace.“ Gordon says they call them “wonderful little cameo parts" to hide your incompetence and make you feel better.

Spotlight on … Dawn Birks
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Spotlight on … Dawn Birks

Dawn Birks is a bit of a hybrid among Rep members.  Where the majority of people are happy either on stage, backstage or front of house, she has never been able to confine herself to one area of this absorbing, collaborative adventure that is THEATRE. 

10 years on from Fur Coat…
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10 years on from Fur Coat…

George Goodall was a gifted comic performer and trod the board at The Rep until well into his Seventies. He also undertook many backstage roles and inspired the next generation to follow in his footsteps.

Spotlight on … Alan Clarke
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Spotlight on … Alan Clarke

George Goodall was a gifted comic performer and trod the board at The Rep until well into his Seventies. He also undertook many backstage roles and inspired the next generation to follow in his footsteps.

Decades of Christmas Past
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Decades of Christmas Past

Our next production, Spider's Web, written by Agathe Christie, is already in rehearsal and will be coming to our stage from the 8th to 12th February. Featuring a host of familiar faces, Spider's Web is a comedy thriller not to be missed.

Spotlight on … George Goodall
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Spotlight on … George Goodall

George Goodall was a gifted comic performer and trod the board at The Rep until well into his Seventies. He also undertook many backstage roles and inspired the next generation to follow in his footsteps.

Technology from the ark… ?
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Technology from the ark… ?

Technology has changed so much in just 50 years. Until the mid 70's you needed five arms to change lighting cues. Today, a computerised desk and one finger will do all this and more.