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The Biddulph Players, 1950-2000

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A few years ago, Doris Page complied a potted history of the Biddulph Players and read it out to the members. With Doris's history as a framework, Magaret Fernyhough has set out to catalogue all the plays chronologically, to find photographs for nearly all of them and to bring together a series of little cameo pieces by members. The result is a book of vivid memories providing an insight into the workings of a local amateur dramatis society - for other drama groups and members of the public.

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Author(s):
Margaret Fernyhough
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
17cms x 25cms
Edition:
2000
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1897949677
ISBN-13:
9781897949672
Number of pages:
160
Publisher:
Churnet Valley Books

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A few years ago, Doris Page complied a potted history of the Biddulph Players and read it out to the members. With Doris's history as a framework, Magaret Fernyhough has set out to catalogue all the plays chronologically, to find photographs for nearly all of them and to bring together a series of little cameo pieces by members. The result is a book of vivid memories providing an insight into the workings of a local amateur dramatis society - for other drama groups and members of the public.

Author(s):
Margaret Fernyhough
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
17cms x 25cms
Edition:
2000
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1897949677
ISBN-13:
9781897949672
Number of pages:
160
Publisher:
Churnet Valley Books

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