In 2013, Pastiche staged a new production of Dorothy Reynold and Julian Slade’s Salad Days, which we last performed in 1998.
The story focusses on Jane and Timothy, a recently married couple who are paid £7 a week by a tramp to look after his mobile piano. They soon discover that when the piano plays, everyone within earshot soon has the irresistible urge to dance.
Despite attempts to ban the piano from playing, the piano disappears and it does down to Uncle Zed to retrieve the piano in his flying saucer. The piano is found and then passed on to another couple to look after.
The score features songs including We Said We Wouldn’t Look Back, Cleopatra, I Sit In The Sun and We Don’t Understand Our Children
The production raised £500 which was donated to MacMillan Cancer Support.
|The Tramp||Maxwell Harkness|
|Tim's Mother||Debbie Langford|
|Aunt Prue||Pam McGowan|
|Tim's Father||Ian Collyer|
|Lady Raeburn||Jenny Rigby|
|Shop Girls||Megan Rigby, Elizabeth Hornal and Molly Fear|
|PC Boot||Les Kenny|
|The Dons||Ian Collyer, Brian Coles, Simon Tidball, Alan Hollaway, Jenny Rigby, Debbie Langford, Stephanie Ware, Teresa Walters|
|Uncle Clam||Simon Tidball|
|Tom Smith||David Rees|
|The Manager||Ian Collyer|
|Arms Dancers||Jenny Rigby and Brian Coles|
|Press People||Pam McGowan, Alan Hollaway, Ian Collyer, Bella Militaru, Maxwell Harkness|
|Uncle Zed||Les McGowan|
|Book||Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade|
|Lyrics||Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade|
|Musical Director||Jean George|
|Stage Manager||Jan Wolfenden|
|Box Office||Caroline Speechley|
|Scenery||Rod George, Roger Holburd and Simon Tidball|
|Front of House||Maggie Warren|
|Costumes||'The Wardrobe Mistress'|
|Act One||Act Two|
|The Things That Are Done By A Don||Sand In My Eyes|
|We Said We Wouldn't Look Back||It's Easy To Sing|
|Find Yourself Something To Do||We're Looking For A Piano|
|I Sit In The Sun||The Time Of My Life|
|Oh, Look At Me!||The Saucer Song|
|Hush Hush||We Don't Understand Our Children|
|Oh, Look At Me! (Reprise)||Oh, Look At Me! (Reprise)|
|Out of Breath||We Said We Couldn't Look Back (Reprise)|
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