Suddenly at Home

Spring 1975


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Suddenly at Home - by Francis Durbridge
Performed - Wed 2nd to Sat 5th April 1975 at Blackfriars Theatre

Synopsis
When Glenn Howard decided to get rid of his wealthy wife he worked out a complicated but seemingly foolproof plan which would not only keep him in the clear but involve his wife's former lover, detective-story writer Sam Blaine. The plan, however, depends on the co-operation of another person, Sheila Wallis, and with the unexpected arrival on the scene of the formidable Remick, things begin to fall apart.

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Cast
In order of appearance. Actors names on right:

Maggie Howard - Wendy Sanderson
Helen Tenby - Dorothy Quincey
Ruth Bechler - Angela Marshall
Sam Blaine - John Gould
Sheila Wallis - June Kemp
Glenn Howard - Arthur Doughty
Appleton - Jeff Ashberry
Remick - John Thornton

Production Team

Producer - A. B. Stephenson
Stage Manager - Stephen Grist
Set Design - John Cammack
Set Construction - Brian Brinded, John Binks, Stephen Ellis, Kevin Marriott, Michael Steadman, Alistair Coates
Lighting - Carl Reece
Sound - Stephen Grist
Properties - Sylvia Bullen, Kevin Marriott
Prompter - Kathleen Doughty
Poster & Artwork - John Cammack
Publicity - Kevin Marriott
Front of House - Cecil & Hilda Matson
Window Display - Nationwide Building Society