A play by Bill Naughton.
Performed by BATS at St. Teilo’s Church Hall, Bishopston on April 1st, 2nd, 7th, 8th and 9th, 2011.
- Barry Cooper
Cast (in order of appearance)
- ‘Alfie’ ~ Jaimes Cooper
- ‘Siddie’ ~ Carol Rood
- ‘Gilda’ ~ Sian Cole
- ‘Humphrey’ ~ Ian Evans
- ‘Doctor’ ~ Judy Porter
- ‘Harry Clamacraft’ ~ Roger Bell
- ‘Joe’ ~ Keith Gwynn
- ‘Lily Clamacraft’ ~ Sarah Govier
- ‘Carla’ ~ Ros Brace
- ‘Perc’ ~ Tony Currell
- ‘Lacey’ ~ Mike Turner
- ‘Flo’ ~ Doreen Davies
- ‘Annie’ ~ Helen Gwilliam
- ‘Lofty’ ~ Piers Morgan Harvey
- ‘Ruby’ ~ Heather Cooper
- ‘Sharpey’ ~ Steve Nelson
- ‘Vy’ ~ Julie Greenwood
- ‘Mr Smith’ ~ Stewart Hiorns
- Stage Crew ~ Alan Bailey, Mike Turner, Malcolm Poole & Steve Richardson
- Sound & Lighting ~ Alan Bailey
- Prompt ~ Steve Nelson
- Props ~ Ros Brace, Doreen Davies & Julie Greenwood
- Costumes ~ Heather Cooper
- Hair & Make-up ~ Julie Greenwood, Joyce Childs
- Front-of-house, Refreshments ~ Malcolm Poole, Stewart Hiorns, Heather Cooper, Helen Gwilliam, Barbara Spear, David Spear, Jill Poole, Geoff Davies, Mary Turner, Maureen Bailey, Val Hiorns, and cast members
Welcome to our Spring production. As a society we used to try and find plays with one set and, because of our limited membership, plays which needed 2-3 men and 6-7 women. Our membership has grown considerably and the task has now become to find plays that are different and interesting. We now try to avoid plays which are entitled “Murder at…”. Whilst we cannot hope to please ‘all of the people all of the time’ we will try and produce varied and interesting plays.
Alfie is certainly different and interesting. Although the play is nearly 50 years old its content is still thought-provoking. It is interesting to note how much has changed over the years and how much has remained the same. The play involves many scene changes and has a cast of 18 people. This is a record cast for the BATS. The cast have all assisted in these scene changes, props, costumes and front of house. I would like to thank them all for their help and patience.