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Salad Days (2010)

 

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Our 2010 production ran for 70 performances 9 December 2010-6 February 2011 at the Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London.

Creative Team
Director – Bill Bankes-Jones
Music Director – Anthony Ingle
Designer – Tim Meacock
Lighting – Mark Doubleday
Choreography – Quinny Sacks

Cast
PC Boot – Andrew Ahern
Troppo – Lee Boggess
Lady Raeburn – Rebecca Caine
Rowena – Charlie Cameron
Timothy – Sam Harrison
Tramp – Matthew Hawksworth
Uncle Zed – Mark Inscoe
Asphynxia – Kathryn Martin
Jane – Katie Moore
Nigel – Spencer O’Brien
Fiona – Ellie Robertson
Inspector – Tony Timberlake

Ensemble – Luke Baker, Emma Harris, Richard Kent, Tanya Stephens
 

Salad Days (parts 1 & 2) archive video from 2010/11

 

 

 


Salad Days (2009)

Our 2009 production of Salad Days ran for 12 performances 12-22 November 2009 at the Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London.

Cast
Andrew Ahern, Lee Boggess, Emma Burford, Sophie-Louise Dann, Michelle Francis, Sam Harrison, Matthew Hawksworth, Graham Howes, Claire Machin, Spencer O’Brien, Ellie Robertson, Richard Suart.

Band
Steve Gibson – percussion,
Elena Hull – bass,
Hannah Conway, Anthony Ingle, Fergal O’Mahony – pianos

Creative Team
Director – Bill Bankes-Jones
Music Director – Anthony Ingle
Designer – Tim Meacock
Lighting – Mark Doubleday
Choreography – Quinny Sacks

Salad Days (parts 1 & 2) archive video from 2009

Audience comments:
I first saw this show in the 50’s – an absolute joy from start to finish – a strong production done with enormous love and understanding, sweetly nostalgic – witty and uplifting.

It put a spring in everyones step! A truly feel-good performance enjoyed by all including the cast!


Bill Bankes-Jones, Artistic Director of Tête à Tête, introduces Salad Days


 
 


Listen to the interview with Katie Moore (Jane), Sam Harrison (Timothy) and Bill Bankes-Jones (director) on the BBC London Saturday Breakfast Show 18 December 2010

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Read the independent evaluation of Salad Days