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Season 71 (2018/19) Cast Members

Below are photographs and penpics of all the players who appeared in our Season 71 productions, together with a list of the roles they played.


Caroline Auty

Bessie Stringer in Stringer's Last Stand

Caroline appeared in two of last seasonís productions playing Dorcas in Sisterly Feelings and Pamela in Nude With Violin. She has also appeared in The Wiz with Bradford Catholic Players. She feels this role will enable her to embrace her Yorkshire roots. Definitely getting away from hats and gloves and correct English pronunciation.

Chris Avery

Michael Smethurst in Party Piece

We welcome Chris who says he is really looking forward to making his debut at BLT in this play. He is teaming up with Hannah again after recently playing Heathcliffe when she played Cathy in Wuthering Heights at Keighley, but this is a very different couple of characters! He also took the parts of Robert in Donít Dress for Dinner and Mortimer Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace, both at Keighley Playhouse.

Nikki Barrett

Maggie Deakin in Muddy Cows

We welcome Nikki, who is making her debut at BLT. She has, however, a wealth of theatrical experience elsewhere, having been an acting member at Keighley Playhouse for over 25 years, performing on cruise ships and in musical theatre, including playing Svetlana in Chess at Blackpool and Eva Peron in Evita at Leeds Grand Theatre. On both occasions she met Sir Tim Rice. She has recently taken up directing at Keighley Playhouse, being at the helm for Wuthering Heights, The Cripple of Innishmaan and Little Women. Nikki also manages to run a business as a goldsmith, making and designing jewellery and wedding rings. She also spends a lot of time on her allotment. We hope this busy lady enjoys her debut here in Muddy Cows.

Glenn Boldy

Toby in Party Piece & Co Director for Stringer's Last Stand & Jefferson Steel in A Bunch Of Amateurs

Glenn is having a very busy season with BLT firstly appearing in the role of Toby in this seasonís opening play Party Piece. Next he co-directed Stringerís Last Stand with his wife Julie and now is in the cast of A Bunch Of Amateurs. Although still doing some consultancy work Glenn, makes sure he have time for his other passions Ė golf and ballroom dancing.

Julie Boldy

Co Director for Stringer's Last Stand & Dorothy Nettle in A Bunch Of Amateurs & Choreographer in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Acting hat off (Julie was in the last play here at BLT), and choreography hat on, Julie is pleased to collaborate in a production with Robin Martin, the third time she has done so. Julie has danced all her life, at a dancing school in Newcastle and at teacher training college. As a primary school teacher, she has created many dance pieces, one of which was performed at the Royal Albert Hall. She continues to create dance work for primary schools with her company ďMoving WordsĒ.

Nicola Brook

Gladys Stringer in Stringer's Last Stand

We are delighted to welcome back Nicola. She last appeared on stage at BLT in 2011 in Pack of Lies. She has played many major roles in musicals with Leeds Amateur Operatic Society. Nicola also appeared as Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion at Bingley. She is currently keeping her vocal chords exercised singing with the choral group Encore.

Rosie Brooks

Mrs Carter in The White Carnation

A very active BLT member, Rosie is involved with publicity, Box Office and Front Of House as well as fulfilling many back stage positions. She is delighted to be back on stage following her role as Anna in A Dollís House.

Sarah Carr

Marjorie Mather (nee Stringer) in Stringer's Last Stand

We welcome Chris who says he is really looking forward to making his debut at BLT in this play. He is teaming up with Hannah again after recently playing Heathcliffe when she played Cathy in Wuthering Heights at Keighley, but this is a very different couple of characters! He also took the parts of Robert in Donít Dress for Dinner and Mortimer Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace, both at Keighley Playhouse.

Tom Clayton

Police Constable Thompson in The White Carnation

Since his appearance in Nude with Violin Tom has been very busy working backstage and joined the cast of A Kick In The Baubles in Yeadon. He also works as a freelance journalist for Radio Leeds and the Yorkshire Post whilst studying for a Masterís Degree in journalism.

Rachel Conyers

Miriam Chester in Snake In The Grass

Rachel is excited to be working at Bingley for the first time. However, she does have a family link here, as her father, Robin Green, frequently designs our sets. Another accomplished actress, Rachel has been involved in amateur theatre from an early age, originally working backstage, then moving into acting and directing. She lives in Harrogate and is a member of Harrogate Dramatic Society and Ilkley Playhouse. She has taken many leading roles. Like Geraldine, she has taken the part of Nora in A Dolls House. Other roles include Chris in Calendar Girls and Elvira in Blithe Spirit. Amongst the plays which she has directed are: Death of a Salesman, The Ladykillers, Lettice and Lovage and Death and the Maiden.

Gabrielle Cross

Maria in Glorious!

Gabrielle was last seen on the Bingley stage in 2014 as Mitzi in A Murder in Announced. Earlier in the same year she played Helga in Deathtrap. Gabrielle is a well known singer. She has played many roles in musicals, including Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music, Lady Tiang in The King and I and Josepha in White Horse Inn. Coming from Switzerland in 1984 she ?rst joined Bingley Amateurs as a member of the chorus. After being directed many times by Tony Cross, they married in 2005!

Jan Darnbrough

Director for Glorious!

Jan, a long-standing, talented and hard-working member of Bingley Little Theatre is happy to be directing Glorious!. She is a past chairman of Bingley Little Theatre, and currently chairman of the Bingley Little Theatre Studio. Since her debut on the Bingley stage in 1980 she has appeared in numerous plays and musicals throughout the area. In May 2019 Jan will be directing Branwell in the Studio as part of the Bronte event. We last saw her on the Bingley stage playing Mrs Midget in Outward Bound in February 2017 and directing Scales of Justice in April 2016.

June Driver

Mrs Hinson in Party Piece

Juneís is a well-known, and much-loved face at BLT. She is rarely seen without a smile on her face but that may not be apparent when she portrays the devious and cunning Mrs Hinson, which she says is a gem of a role that she is delighted to play. She last appeared here in Inspector Drakeís Last Case as Gardner, the cook. Before that she played in Summer End and Ladies in Lavender at Keighley Playhouse.

Frank Etchells

Jack Carter in Stringer's Last Stand

Itís two and a half years since Frankís last play, Moonlight and Magnolias. Since then he has appeared in ten episodes of Coronation Street and had his first speaking part in Emmerdale. He continues to pop up on TV and Radio talking all matters politics. You would have thought he would be ready for a well earned rest.

Richard Frost

Nigel Dewbury in A Bunch Of Amateurs

Having lived in Cheshire for over 30 years Richard is now back in his home town of Leeds. While heís been away he has appeared in many productions for Wilmslow Green Room, Altrincham Garrick and other South Manchester theatres as well as working as an extra in several television and film productions Ė including Emmerdale, Cold Feet and A Touch of Frost.

Phil Gamble

Chorus in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Phil joins us again after his appearance in Dead Reckoning. He has, however, played Dean Snaith in the Keighley Playhouse production of If I Were You and is very involved with Glusburn Youth Theatre, where he recently directed their pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk.

Rosemary Grainger

Director for The White Carnation

Despite having officially retired from her 12-year responsibility for Kaleidoscope, Rosemary is still a willing helper with their productions. However, she now has more time to direct our main house plays, her most recent being The Turn of The Screw and Hobsonís Choice. She also directed the Studio Production of My Mother Said I Never Should and has been involved in other Studio events. Backstage she has worked as Stage Manager and Assistant Stage Manager together with prompting and propping several plays. We saw her take the cameo role of Miss Tibbs in Fawlty Towers and she is currently the BLT Membership CoOrdinator. A busy and most valued member of our Society.

Rick Greenwood

David Hinson in Party Piece

Rick made his debut at BLT as recently as April this year, playing Judd in Bouncers. We welcome him back again to play David Hinson in this comedy. He has plenty of experience with local societies, having acted in recent years in plays at Keighley Playhouse. He has also performed in musical theatre and played Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls for Guiseley Amateurs and Dave in The Full Monty with Leeds Amateurs.

Liz Hall

Alice Moody in Snake In The Grass & Fran Wood in Muddy Cows

Liz is a well-known face in theatrical circles in this area, having acted and worked backstage in many roles at Baildon Westgate Drama Company and for Bingley and Ilkley Little Theatres, including now serving on the Reading and Casting Committee here at Bingley. Last May she brushed up her French (and dusting skills!) to play the short-tempered French housemaid Marie-Celeste in Nude with Violin. Liz then found herself unexpectedly stepping up from prompting to acting in the thriller Snake in the Grass in October last year. She was glad to be back speaking in her native tongue and is now looking forward to being in another John Godber play, having been in the cast of Perfect Pitch here back in 2009, which was also directed by Kevin.

David Helliwell

Sir Horace Duncan in The White Carnation

A well known face at BLT, our President, David last appeared as Jacob Friedland in Nude With Vioin. As well as serving on the Publicity Committee David also designed and helped to build the set for our last play Snake In The Grass.

Stuart Hicks

Mr Gurney in The White Carnation

As well as Studio performances in The Speckled Band and Sherlockís Last Case Stuart also appeared in the main house production of Ring Around the Moon and Sisterly Feelings. Coincidentally Act 1 of The White Carnation is set in the year of Stuartís birth.

Tegan Horsfall

Lydia Truscott in The White Carnation

An ĎAí level student studying drama in this will be Teganís debut for BLT. She belongs to Articulate Drama School and is a member of Kaleidoscope where she assisted back stage in their production of Brewsterís Millions. We wish her every success.

Graeme Holbrough

Rev Pendlebury in The White Carnation

Graeme joins his wife Joann in this production of The White Carnation. His last appearance was in Outward Bound when he played the Rev. Thompson. He might be forgiven for feeling he is becoming typecast. It must be your reverential manner Graeme!

Joann Holbrough

Lady Wallace in The White Carnation

We are so used to seeing Joann in our Wardrobe Department that we forget that she has regularly appeared on stage. In fact this is her 19th production since her portrayal of Mrs. Tromleyton in The Lady Killers.

John Howard

Dr McGregor in The White Carnation

Johnís last and only appearance to date on the BLT stage was in the 1983 production of Seasonís Greetings but of course he has directed regularly, most recently Moonlight and Magnolias. We have also used Johnís skills as a stage fight director many times including in Death Trap and Stone Cold Murder.

Tom Jagger

Bob Carter in Stringer's Last Stand

Returning after over a year out, Tom says that itís great to be involved in a northern drama. Tomís last appearance was just two yearís ago in Outward Bound. His other acting credits have been as David Filde in The Haunting and then as Ronald Stevens in Scales of Justice - two very demanding roles. A former member of our youth group Kaleidoscope, itís great to have him back in the fold.

Ashley Judge

Edward Lyons in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Since performing stand-up comedy in Mallorca and running entertainment programmes for hotels, Ashley is back with us again. His last play with BLT was The Happiest Days of our Lives, but he has also had several roles with Keighley Playhouse. In this production, his real-life Mum, Laura, plays his Mum in the play, so no acting required, Ashley!

Laura Judge

Mrs Lyons in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

A very busy actress, Laura joins us after appearing professionally with the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry, playing Carabosse in The Sleeping Beauty. This followed her role in A Bunch of Amateurs for Keighley Playhouse and two productions with Brassneck Theatre Ė The Witch in the Woods and The Wiz.


Veronica La Via

Lauren Bell in A Bunch Of Amateurs

A warm welcome to Veronica in her first role for BLT. She will be no stranger, however, to members of our audience who also support Bingley Amateurs having appeared in Cats, Legally Blonde and Aladdin (as the Princess). We hope that Veronica, both a primary school teacher and a singing teacher will find time to join us again between her love of musicals.

Tracy Littlewood

Chorus in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Tracy arrives hot foot from her appearance in the Studio production of Round the Kitchen Table but it is often behind the scenes that she beavers away with twin sister Joanne in the props department. Other Studio productions include Journey from Fiji and Nursed to Death but this is her debut on the main stage where she will have the support of her sister.

Robin Martin

Director for Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Robin has recently been very busy at Keighley Playhouse playing Mr Tom in Goodnight Mr Tom and following that by directing a most excellent production of The Dresser. We are delighted to have him back with us, having last seen him on stage in Brassed Off. He also previously had the good fortune to be the first director to use the new revolve when he directed Ring Round the Moon, and he certainly made full use of it! With Robinís vision and his strong cast, Blood Brothers is bound to be a success.

Becky Matthews

Linda in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Until she played Jane Sorodin in Nude With Violin, Becky had only performed in musicals. Now, within a year, she is taking part in her third straight play, having played Jessica Steele in the Keighley Playhouse production of A Bunch of Amateurs. She now enjoys a mixture of plays and musicals and still fits in her love of running with Queensbury Running Club.

Elliott Matthews

Police Sergeant Philips in The White Carnation

Elliott made his BLT debut in Blackadder Goes Forth last season. This followed appearances with Leeds AOS, Buttershaw at St Paulís, Leeds Grand and Bradford Alhambra. His next role with Leeds AOS will be that of Lt Shrank in West Side Story.

Elliott Mawson

Chorus in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

We are pleased that Elliot, is able to join us in this production, especially since he has been studying for, and taking his GCSE exams (including drama) during the rehearsal period! He was awarded a Certificate of Outstanding Performance by the Wharfedale Assessors in 2018 and 2019 and was voted Best Actor by them for his portrayal of Benedick in Kaleidoscopeís production of Much Ado about Elvis. Good luck in your future drama studies, Elliot.

Joanne Milnes

Chorus in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Like her twin sister, Joanne is also making her debut on the main stage following appearances in the Studio productions of Journey from Fiji, Nursed to Death and Round the Kitchen Table. As well as working on props for, amongst others, Party Piece and Glorious, she was also ASM for Snake in the Grass.

Kevin Moore

Director for Muddy Cows

Last year he directed the wonderfully edgy Bouncers here at Bingley and he is happy to be back to direct another John Godber play this week. He will be directing a 4-actor version of Ben Hur in June at Keighley Playhouse in a Patrick Barlow adaption. This is a follow-up to his adaption of The 39 Steps, which had a fantastic professional run in London. He is very comfortable with comedy but next year will be going more into the darker side of things with Hangmen, which he is really looking forward to directing. His Theatre CV is stacked with plays and musical theatre with some of his favourites being Blood Brothers, One Man Two Guvnors, The importance of Being Earnest, My Fair Lady and The Producers. Itís fabulous being back here at BLT amongst wonderful people and friends.

Deborah Mouat

Director for Snake In The Grass & Mary Plunkett in A Bunch Of Amateurs

We are delighted that Deborah has found time to both direct and act for us this season. Her excellent production of Snake In The Grass will rank as one of BLTís best and now she appears on stage in A Bunch Of Amateurs. Deborah has been very busy at Keighley Playhouse recently, directing Pack Of Lies, Good night Mr Tom and Nobodyís Fool and appearing in Ladies in Lavender, Wuthering Heights and Saving Jason.

John Muggleston

Sir George Wallace in The White Carnation

Following a relatively small part in The Hypochondriac, John was thrust into the spotlight playing Trevor in our 2017 production of Theft. Most recently he was the light and sound operator in this Seasonís opening play Party Piece.

Ellen O'Keeffe

Carol Stringer in Stringer's Last Stand

This is Ellenís first appearance with BLT. She has been in and around plays from a very young age, playing Tiny Tim at the age of four. She has appeared in plays at Ilkley Playhouse, The Paper Zoo Theatre Company and at Bradford College where she is a student. We hope Ellen enjoys her first production with us.

Julia O'Keeffe

Sandy in Party Piece

Julia made her debut here in A Dollís House in April of last year. Since then she has worked as a television extra, appearing in episodes of Victoria and National Treasure. She works for The Alhambra Theatre in Bradford, co-ordinating the Associate Schools Programme with young people in the area. In July she acted as director-mentor in a production of Macbeth with young people, who performed at the RSC in Stratford-on-Avon.

Rachel Padden

Cynthia in The White Carnation

We offer a warm welcome to Rachel in her first role with BLT. As well as several performances with the Actorís Community Theatre in Bradford she has also been an extra in Hollyoaks and Emmerdale. She is a member of Bradford Rowing Club and is currently learning British Sign Language.

Andy Palin

Tony Dale in The White Carnation

In Blackadder Goes Forth Andy played Sergeant Jones, the leader of the Firing Squad. To begin this season he had the task of designing the sound effects for Party Piece Ė not at all straightforward and pivotal to the playís success.

Andy Price

Cosme McMoon in Glorious!

Andy is making his debut on the Bingley stage, travelling over the moor from his home in Ilkley. A member of Ilkley Playhouse for ten years, he has recently appeared there as Jim Hacker in Yes, Prime Minister and Stanhope in Journeyís End. Multi-talented in the theatre, Andy also helps with sound and lighting, and has worked for Ilkley Literature Festival as a technician. Andyís highlights to date have been playing Frank in Educating Rita, and performing at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Charlotte Revill

Daisy & Donna Cooke in Muddy Cows

Charlotte says she is excited and nervous about taking on the challenge of playing identical twins in this play. She may receive some tips from Nikki who is herself an identical twin! Charlotte was last seen here in Sisterly Feelings in May 2017 and before that made her debut in An Ideal Husband in May 2016. Since then she has played Mrs Joe in Great Expectations at Keighley Playhouse, acted for and made her directorial debut with Harden Players, being in charge of The Farndale Womenís Guild Murder Mystery in October last year.

Gilly Rogers

Director for Party Piece & Dorothy in Glorious! & Kim Johnson in Muddy Cows

Gilly is one of the busiest actor/directors in this area, having served in both capacities many times for local companies. She is a very well-known face here after playing many leading roles, including Isobel Sorodin in Nude with Violin in May last year. She will be fondly remembered as Toinette in The Hypochondriac in July 2017. She has also directed the first play of this season, Party Piece in September. Most recently she played the part of Dorothy in Glorious! in January and following this is one of the cast of four of Ben Hur at Keighley Playhouse. She has in the past been the Artistic Co-ordinator at BLT and at present serves on the Reading and Casting Committee. We are pleased that she has managed to step into this play in what is a very busy schedule.

Jamie Rogers

Mickey Johnston in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Jamie was very busy in 2018, playing Tipplewick in Blackadder Goes Forth and Colin Sorodin in Nude With Violin. It is always gratifying to see one of our earliest Kaleidoscope members graduate so successfully to the main stage. He also joins Bingley Amateurs regularly, most recently in Flashdance and The Full Monty.

Garth Rookes

Dennis Dobbins in A Bunch Of Amateurs

Garth enjoys both plays and musicals having appeared with both Yeadon and Bingley Amateurs. His most recent appearances for BLT have been as Scrubby in Outward Bound and as Tubby Wadlow in Hobsonís Choice. He also appeared with Bingley Amateurs in their recent production of Our House.

Lee Russell

Narrator in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Like Becky and Laura, Lee also took part in the Keighley Playhouse production of A Bunch of Amateurs at the beginning of the season. His most recent performances for BLT have been in Moonlight and Magnolias and Blackadder Goes Forth. He has performed regularly at both Ilkley Playhouse and Keighley, where he enjoyed an Agatha Christie thriller last season.

Jacqueline Scott

Ann Fairchild in Stringer's Last Stand

A familiar face on the BLT stage, Jacqueline last appeared as Esther Franz in The Price in 2017 when she played alongside her director husband Jonathan. She played Rita in Jonathanís production of Brassed Off. She will be reunited with Ian Wilkinson who also appeared in The Price.

Jill-Marie Shepherd

Jess Baxter in Muddy Cows

Also making her debut at BLT, Jill-Marie is really looking forward to being in Muddy Cows, a play that she says is very much up her street. She has really enjoyed the rehearsals and we hope the same goes for the performances. JillMarie has taken many roles previous to this, most recently playing Veronica in The Hollow in March 2018 and Cecily in 84, Charing Cross Road in October 2018, both at Keighley Playhouse. We hope that her experience at BLT lives up to expectations and that she has a thoroughly enjoyable time.

Alice Smithson

Jessica Steel in A Bunch Of Amateurs

We are fortunate to have Alice back on our stage following another winter season managing part of the ski school at Whistler Blackcomb, Canada. Alice gained her Canadian Residency back in 2017 and when it wasnít snowing, lived in Vancouver appearing on American Netflix shows. That doesnít prevent her coming back to Bingley when we ask! Alice last appeared in The Hypochondriac in July 2017 and is excited to be back with Bingley before flying back out to Canada in June.

Brian Stoner

St. Clair in Glorious!

Brianís ?rst appearance for Bingley Little Theatre was playing Cardinal Wolsey in A Man for all Seasons in 2013. Also active o?-stage, Brian was chairman of Bingley Little Theatre for the 2015-16 year and has been Treasurer of the Little Theatre Guild. He is currently artistic coordinator for Bingley Little Theatre which is a role he has held since 2017. Travelling from Skipton, Brian was last seen on the Bingley stage in February 2017 as Mr Lingley in Outward Bound.

Gill Szulc

Jennifer in Party Piece

Gill has been a member here at Bingley for two years and has trained as a screen actress, but is making her stage debut in this play. She has attended classes for two years and gained Certificates in Acting. Gill has also trained at Northern Talent in Saltaire with former TV actress Rachael Delaney in 1992. She says she has always wanted to be in the arts and entertainment industry and is now following her dream! We hope she has a great experience at BLT.

David Templeton

John Greenwood in The White Carnation & Director for A Bunch Of Amateurs

Following his portrayal of John Greenwood in Decemberís The White Carnation David is now back in his Directorís Chair last used in 2017 Seasonís Theft. Being the seasoned director and actor he is we feel sure that he will cope most successfully with this Bunch Of Amateurs. That is, after all, what we are!.

Yvonne Templeton

Lady Mary in The White Carnation

Yvonneís last appearance was in Theft which was directed by husband David. This week she is playing the role she has been playing for the last 29 years Ė Davidís wife! Off stage she is very involved with front of house, Box Office and the Social Committee.

Kay Vann

Mrs Verrinder-Gedge in Glorious!

We welcome Kay back to the Bingley stage. She is a member of Ilkley Playhouse where recently she played Gloria in Silver Lining. Her last appearance on our Bingley stage was in September 2013 when she played Doris in Cemetery Club. Previously she played Clara in Lovers at Versailles in 2011. Kayís previous appearances at Ilkley include the Countess in Ilkley Operatic Societyís production of Me and My Girl, and two of Alan Bennettís Talking Heads - A Lady of Letters and Soldiering On.

Jill Whitehouse

Mrs Johnston in Blood Brothers (THE PLAY)

Jill says she canít wait to play in Blood Brothers, being a big fan of both the musical and the play since she first saw them. In January Jill played Fran in Keighleyís production of Nobodyís Fool and she will be playing Miss Hannigan for Guiseley Amateur Operaticsí Annie later in the year Ė a part she has waited for all her life!

Ian Wilkinson

Luther Stringer in Stringer's Last Stand

Ianís last BLT appearance was in Stone Cold Murder when he stepped into the role at very short notice. He has also appeared as Magwitch in Keighley Playhouseís Great Expectations. Ian is currently Chair of Reading and Casting. He juggles theatre life with a busy publishing business and is hoping to interview motorcycle racer and TV presenter Guy Martin for his farming magazine.

Hannah Williams

Roma Smethurst in Party Piece & Amber Matthews in Muddy Cows

Hannah is a very busy actress in this area, having recently taken part in both Aladdin and Hairspray with Keighley Musical Theatre Company and playing Estella in Great Expectations at Keighley Playhouse in December last year. Before that she played Cathy in Wuthering Heights at Keighley. Hannah also directed You Say Tomatoes at Keighley Playhouse and recently took parts in One Man Two Guvnors and in Little Women, both at Keighley. She made her debut at BLT in Turn of the Screw in January 2016 and was back in the opening play of this season, Party Piece, in which she took the role of Roma Smethurst.

Katrina Wood

Florence Foster Jenkins in Glorious!

Katrina was last seen at BLT in The Flint Street Nativity in December 2016, but she is a regular performer with many local societies, recently playing Nicki in Sweet Charity at Ilkley Playhouse, Dorothy in A Bunch of Amateurs at Keighley Playhouse, and is currently rehearsing Cassie in A Chorus Line for Guiseley AOS. She started dancing and performing before beginning school and hasnít stopped since! She has many TV credits to her name. Katrina says she is happy to be helping out with this play but we are extremely grateful to her for stepping into this part with only two weeks of rehearsals. Thank you Katrina.

Geraldine Woodhouse

Annabel Chester in Snake In The Grass

Itís almost 30 years since Geraldine appeared at Bingley, mainly owing to the fact that work and bringing up three daughters got in the way of travelling over the moor from Ilkley! She remembers with great warmth playing alongside Richard Thompson, Robin Martin, Peter Hall, Renee Bailey and Rex Squires. Some of her happiest parts were played here: Norah in A Dollís House (a previous production), and Elvira in our 40th Anniversary production of Blithe Spirit. She has been involved at Bradford Playhouse and more recently at Ilkley, mainly acting, and appeared as Queen Elizabeth in Mary Stuart and Agatha Christie in Murder, Margaret and Me. We are very pleased to welcome back such an experienced actress.

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