Item BCA - 2017.1297 - 'A Little History of The World' by 3 members of the Watermill Theatre

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BCA - 2017.1297


'A Little History of The World' by 3 members of the Watermill Theatre


  • July 3rd 2015 (Creation)

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pdf of two pages

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'A Little History of The World.' A very funny play performed in the Village Hall on Friday July 3rd 2015 by three members of Watermill, the West Berkshire Playhouse on tour. A copy of the ticket to go and see the play is can be seen. The reverse side of the flyer shows all the venues where the play could be seen. The play is by Toby Hulse and based on the work by E.H. Gombrich as translated into English by Caroline Mustill. Directed by Paul Stacey, designed by Victoria Spearing and movement director Lee Lyford. We have been very lucky to have some lovely entertainment in the Village Hall for several years now.

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