by Lional Bart
produced by Malcolm Bates
|Notes from the programme: Charles Dickens' story, Oliver Twist, first appeared 130 years ago, in a series of monthly instalments in "Bentley's Miscellany" and since then, successive generations have read the story. Lionel Bart introduced this musical version of Oliver's story on the stage of the New Theatre, London in June 1960.
|Mr Bumble, the Beadle
|Mrs Corney, the Matron
|The Artful Dodger
|Anita Bierlein, Jennifer Greitschus & Ruth Kitching
|Jane Makin & Helen Sutherland
|Bow Street Runner
|Landlord of the "Three Cripples"
|Workhouse Boys and Fagin's gang
|Billy Crymble, John Roate, Adrian Ewington, Donald Westman and Ian Jones
|Londoners, Paupers etc
|Olive Boles, Jill Jones, Gwenda Booth, Elaine Picksley, Helen Harvey, Noelle Ranby, Willie Johnson and Joyce Westman
The Chorus (left), Myra Bierlein as Nancy (centre) and Roy Broadbent as Fagin (right)
thanks to Myra Bierlein for the photos
Musical Director: Nancy Jones
|Joan Lewis, Sara Witney, L Barker, J Boyd, Albert Elwick and David Potts
|Set Design & Construction
|Harry Hartley, David Holehouse, Morris Rollinson
|G Mostyn Lewis, S T Langford & Tim Thornally
|J & M Kitching
|Thanks to: Mr JW Bates, Mr JJ Rainthorpe, Rev FE Stalley, Mr G Mostyn Lewis, Mr and Mrs ST Langford, Mr Peter Robinson, Mrs R Walshaw, Ms K Beirlein, Market Rasen Girl Guides and St John Ambulance for various services to the production.