Rowney Green Players Theatre GroupRowney Green Players


Well established, enthusiastic and friendly
amateur dramatics group.

We meet regularly at Rowney Green Village
Hall near Redditch, Worcestershire and
produce 2 plays a year.

Chase Me, Comrade! (October 2011)

 

A farce by Ray Cooney at the Palace Theatre, Redditch

"The year is 1964. A Russian male ballet dancer has defected to the west and is being hidden by friends. Complications set in at once. The house where he is concealed belongs to a naval commander whose duty it would be to hand him over to the authorities. So the commander's daughter, Nancy and her fiancé get involved in a hilarious game of hide and seek in which everybody is pretending to be everybody else.

This play is a riot from beginning to end and was a huge West End hit at the famous Whitehall Theatre. It was a great success when Rowney Green Players performed it, with a few cheeky updates, a couple of years ago and they have resurrected it by popular demand.

Come and feast on a riot of fun, you won't be disappointed!"


An amateur production by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd

Performances 7:30pm Wednesday 19th-Saturday 22nd October 2011

Tickets: £11.50 & £10.50 (disc rate).
Special Ticket offer buy 1 get one free on Wednesday night only.
Age: Suitable for 12+

Box office telephone: 01527 66203 Website: www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk

Directed by
Clive Buggins
Produced by
Sue Walker & Helene Dryhurst
Lights by
Wayne Harris
Lighting Assistant
Emil Sezezur
Audio/Effects by
Tony Brannon
Set Design by
Jon Davies
Stage Manager
Becca Williams
Assistant Stage Manager
Gareth Shippen
Costumes by
Sue Walker & Helene Dryhurst
Make-up
Wendi Bowron-Weller
Prompt
Audrey Courtney
Publicity
Isla Davies
Directors advisor
Diane Buggins

 

Main Characters

Nancy Rimmington
Naomi Hughes
Commander Rimmington
Maurice Higgitt
Hoskins
Andrew Dobin
Alicia Courtney
Debra Bant
Petrovyan
Clive Buggins
Gerry Buss
Nick Whitehouse
Mr Laver
Jon Davies
Constable Pulford
Keith Williams
Janet Rimmington
Helene Dryhurst
Bobby Hargreaves
Richard Weller