'Love's Labour's Lost'




13th - 18th January 1975


Don Potter

January 1975 saw Don Potter direct our first ever production of 'Love's Labour's Lost', Shakespeare's witty comedy of love, abstinence and intellectualism. It would be nearly 40 years before we produced the play a second time, returning to the Guildhall with it in 2013.

We hope to be able to add more information and photographs from this production soon.


Director - Don Potter
Stage Director - Jean Wood
Lighting - Frank Stone
Sound - Tony Eycott
Prompter - Barbara Pipes
Set Design - Martin Waterson
Set Construction - Percy Pickering
Properties - Mary Willis
Make-up - Ursula Eddowes
Front Of House - Keith Garratt, Mary Carter, Sue Price & Betty Robertson


Ferdinand - Tony Jaggers
Berowne - Kenneth Pipes
Longaville - Terry Styles
Dumaine - Keith Briars
Boyet - Kenneth Collier
Page - Wayne Gregson
Don Adriano De Armado - John Goddard
Sir Nathaniel - Tom Jelley
Holofernes - Hugh Price
Dull - Frank McQuaid
Costard - Eric Dicken
Moth - Ann Toy
Princess Of France - Jessica Clewes
Rosaline - Isabel Milner
Katherine - Jane Stone
Maria - Jill Cocke
Jaquenetta - Joan Garratt
Singer - Colin Ashton