First performance of 'All Change' at Stantonbury Campus Theatre (1977).
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The play ‘All Change’ was created from original documents by Roy Nevitt, assisted by Margaret Broadhurst and members of the Stantonbury Campus Drama Group.
The booklet was produced by Bob Moon and published by the People’s Press of Milton Keynes as a brochure/programme of the 1977 version of the play. The poster and programme ...
All Change ‘ booklet pages:
Preface – by the People’s Press [page iv].
Introduction to the play – Milton Keynes: The City’s Past – written by the play’s producer and director Roy Nevitt.
‘So proclaims one of the posters designed to attract newcomers to our new city. To carry the point, the picture ...
All Change ‘ booklet pages: The complete two act script begins on page 1 and ends on page 53. The notes on the script that were adapted for the descriptions in sub-fonds 26 and 27 begin on page 54 and end on page 63. Extracts of music follow on page 64 and end on ...
General acknowledgements from page 70 in the 1977 booklet from the production of ‘All Change’, recognising individuals, businesses and organisations for their assistance in the production.
Acknowledgement of the consultants and their areas of expertise, including Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seegar – Music, Peter Cheesman – Artistic Director and Alison Chitty – Designer, both from ...
Production crew credits acknowledged on page 71 in the 1977 ‘All Change’ booklet. Also listed are the promotion and pre-production contributors.
Principal sources used by Stantonbury Campus Drama Group to research ‘All Change’: archives, contemporary periodicals, autobiographical material, books and theses.
Eight black and white photographs included in the ‘All Change’ booklet, taken by Alex Levac during the 1977 performances.
Act 1 – Scene 1 – ‘The rich man in his castle’ – eleven children and one adult on stage in Victorian costume.
Act1 – Scene 6 – ‘Robert Stephenson catches a cold’ the incident ...
Black and white photograph of New Bradwell Silver Band playing at one of the 1977 performances of ‘All Change’.