Tarvin History Revealed - "The Boyfriend"

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Continuing our journey through the Tarvin History Scrapbooks, this article from the Chester Chronicle for November 2nd 1984 features the Tarvin Community Theatre Group and their presentation of "The Boyfriend" at the Community Centre.

With music and lyrics by Sandy Wilson, the show was directed by Edna Rose, choreographer Hazel Shephard and musical director Jo Marshall.

The Boyfriend

The show had a cast of 25: Sarah Hufton, Louise Shephard, Amanda Lewis, Samantha Hughes, Alison Owen, Robin Daines, Steve Fraser, David Cooper, Gillian Phillips, Paul Richards, George Sheridan, Andrew Fearon, Phillip Roberts, Sid Richards, John Weston, Ruby Fraser, Grenville Phillips, Ann Morgan,
Juliet Child, Debby Wilson, Shirley Phillips, Cynthia Roberts and Alice Williams

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