THE MIDDLE WATCH
A romance of the navy by Ian Hay and Stephen King-Hall
Directed by Mrs. Fulford Oke for Holsworthy Dramatic Society
The Western Times of Friday 27th April 1934 describes Holsworthy Dramatic Society as “one of the finest companies of amateur actors in the west country” and that this show was “one of the most ambitious efforts ever undertaken by the society.”
The society have been allowed by the Directors of Holsworthy Cinema Co. to use the cinema at a greatly reduced charge.
Net proceeds to the British Legion.
Young American Widow – Mrs. Tilly Kingdon
Fiancé of Capt. Randall – Miss Joan Page
Capt. Randall – Mr. Whitlock
Capt. Maitland – Mr. C. Woodford
Og. The Marine Sentry – Mr. S. Rowland
Commander Baddeley – Mr. M. Crisp
Admiral – Dr M. Kingdon
Smaller parts: Mesdames A. Turner, E. Daniel, K. Rowland, M. Day, Messrs. J. Oke, E. Stacey, L. Orchard, H. Clegg.
Mr. H. Clegg and L.J. Whitlock stage managers and assistants.
Mrs M. Rudland was Wardrobe Mistress