The Windsor Theatre Company’s 1200th production.
The theatre’s contribution to 1973’s Festival of British Theatre, it was included in the season in the expectation of making a £3000 loss. In fact, it lost £6000. (‘The Arts Scene: Shakespeare’s bad for business…’, Reading Evening Post 13th October 1973.)
Cast & Crew
|First Player||Michael Spice|
|Player King||Michael Golden|
|Player Queen||Michael Wardle|
|Musician (Drum)||Geoffrey Blogg|
|Musician (Recorder)||Con Andrews|
|Musician (Trumpet)||Harry Dunsmore|
|Musician (Trumpet)||Gordon Hughes|
On the occasion I saw this play, owing to the indisposition of George Benson, the part of Polonius was played by Martin Jenkins.
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