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action takes place in the ninth century, in a very poor hovel in
Wessex, belonging to Oswald, a Saxon peasant and his family.|
This is the first play by Graham Evans, a former coal miner and soldier, now self-employed as an itinerant Poet and \Window Cleaner to the gentry.
Graham was born in Aberystwyth but raised 'down south' in the Rhymney Valley. This play won the coveted Crawshaw Cup in 2003.
The play was also presented by Rushen Players at the MADF One Act Play Festival in February where it won three awards.
|Directed by||Vera Moon|
|Hilda (daughter of Oswald & Agnes)||Caroline Coole|
|Agnes (wife of Oswald)||Lesley Coole|
|Mildred (next door neighbour)||Jenny Baker|
|Cedric (son of Oswald)||Richard Patterson|
|Oswald (Saxon peasant)||Wayne Kelsall|
|Back Stage Crew|
|Lighting & Sound||Ian Galloway|
|Set & Effects||John Hayes, John Moon|
|Stage Manager||Pat Clewis|
|Backstage||Sandra Lowey, Joan Hayes, Jane Foxon|
|Artwork & Makeup||Adrienne Sanderson|
|Men of Harlech Recording||Wendy McDowell & Lon Dhoo Male Voice Choir|