In 2008, Pastiche staged Dorothy Reynold and Julian Slade’s Follow That Girl
The story centres on a girl named Victoria Gilchrist, whose parents want her to marry one of two businessmen. She objects and runs away. Her capture after a long chase by a policeman, Tom, leads to romance and finally marriage to him.
The score features songs including Shopping In Kensington, Three Victorian Mermaids, Taken For A Ride and Waiting For Our Daughter.
The production raised £2,250 which was donated to Leukaemia Research. The charity has since renamed to Bloodwise.
|Victoria Gilchrist||Louise Crouch|
|Tom Blenkinsop||Mark Lancaster|
|Mrs Gilchrist||Debbie Langford|
|Mr Gilchrist||John Scoates|
|Walter Miskin||Steve Ellis|
|Cora Miskin||Jenny Rigby|
|Aquarium Keeper||Les McGowan|
|Miss Payton||Les McGowan|
|Effie/Air Stewardess||Melanie James|
|Book and Lyrics||Dorothy Reynolds and Julian Slade|
|Musical Director||Jean George|
|Rehearsal Pianist||Jamie Blethyn|
|Stage Manager||Michael George|
|Scenery||Rod George, Roger Holburd and Alan Anders|
|Act One||Act Two|
|Tra La La||Lets Take A Stroll|
|Where Shall I Find My Love?||Shopping In Kensington|
|I'm Away||Taken For A Ride|
|Follow That girl||Lovely Meeting You At last|
|Solitary Stranger||Waiting For Our Daughter|
|Victoria, Victoria||The Soap Commercial|
|Lost, Stolen or Strayed||Evening In London|
|Three Victorian Mermaids|
|Song and Dance|
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