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Sing a Song of Sixpence - December 1995

Sing a Song of Sixpence by Norman Robbins is based on the famous nursery rhyme.

Sing a Song of Sixpence - Flip and Flop

In a tale of good and evil, there are all the main components: Lots of jokes and puns, local japes, dancing and slapstick.

Sing a Song of Sixpence - Dame Durdon and Simple Simon

In a plot which varies from dark and sticky to light and loveable, good wins over at the end of the day to the delight of everyone!

Sing a Song of Sixpence - The Cooks

The Court Chamberlain     Richard Holladay
Queen Dilly of Utopia     Lynda Jewell
Prince Valentine     Jason Berridge
Princess Rosemary     Tracey Monaghan
Simple Simon    Terence Dale
Dame Durdon     Denise Hill
Witch Watt     Pamela Slee
Fairy Gossamer    Diana Phillips
Flip, A Court Chester     Lydia Bray
Flop, A Court Jester     Laura Hartley
King Ferdinand the Fourth     Malcolme Littler
Lucy, the maid     Claire Richer
Zorika, a Gypsy Princess     Natalie Hazelton
Old Meg     Pamela Rickard
Rollo     Adam Simmons
Squint     Matthew Ruddle
A Girl     Liza Needs
Cooks, Blackbirds, Gypsies and Citizens Pamela Hoad, Laura Hoad,
Rhoda Hooper, Anthea Proud,
Kayleigh Proud, Paul Slee
Gemma Waugh
Directed by    Wendy Montgomery & Ian Guy