|This year, we used the same script as last year, which is actually a loosely adapted "pace egging" play, altered to emphasise the turning-of-the-year motif.|
Here is the full cast, less The Announcer.
|Mark made a great impression with his debut performance of the central character of St George.|
|Dave Jukes maintained his reputation for a fearsome Turkish knight.|
Few will forget his soliloquy on death ...
|John Proffitt showed his versatility and professional training in moving into the role of Toss Pot, so controversially abandoned by Tommo.|
|Marilyn Clarke amused the crowd by cross-cross-dressing as Mally Masket|
|John Aldous, as Beelzebub, scared the wits out of the audience, and himself.|
|"Make up of the year award" went to Geoff Monk, as Devilty Doubt|
|Martin Cleverdon took on the part of the King of (Little) Egypt, and his costume draw admiring glances from the audience.|
|Steve Clarke took the undemanding role of Announcer, all efforts to persuade Brian Perkins to participate having failed.|
|Unfortunately, we have no individual photos of Neville in the dual roles of Nelson and Jolly Jack Tar, so this stereotypical piccie of him at play will have to do.|| |
|To conclude: a rare interior shot of the mummers in action. Jukes gives it his all, while Martin barracks in his most pharaohic fashion.|