foreground: Maureen Greig and Jean Carver
original photo by Brian Lane, via Helen Smith
ELY HIGH SCHOOL
THE BELLS OF BRUGES
Book and Lyrics by Margaret Rose
Music by John Longmire
Hans, a bellmaker of Bruges Patricia Taylor Franz, his son Maureen Greig Baron de Croy Ann Dobson Pierre, a bellmaker of Paris Wendy Sealy Olga, wife of Hans Katherine Humphreys Rita, daughter of Baron de Croy Jean Carver Martin, a flower seller Maureen Lawrence Marie Margaret Dixon Lace Maker Diana Stanley Dancer Christine Tricker
MEMBERS OF THE CHORUS
Valerie Teale Nancy Crisp Mary Pryor Katherine Kilby Diana Clarke Susan Bunnett Jennifer Edwards Ann Twentyman Rachael Combe Margaret Salmons Patricia Dockerill Ann Cates Janice Lowe Peggy Ruttterford Shirley Brown Brenda White Janet Toone Jill Burroughs Violet Morgan Jean Hills Jeanette Inns Christine Inns Gillian Kelly Gabrielle Kirtland Ruth Bester Betty Wells Evelyn Daynes
Patricia Muir Jane Buck Diana Taylor Joan Brown Glenda Leach Susan Rich Sally Walton Knight Susan Shrubshall Renee Norman Olive Pettitt Janice Dockerty Gloria Edwards
Market Square in Bruges
The same, the following Spring
Music directed and played by Joan Brown.
Produced by Pamela Brook.
Sincere thanks are extended to those members of staff and girls who have helped to make the costumes and the scenery.
from the Ely High School magazine, May 1959
... In July an Opera, "The Bells of Bruges", was producede in co-operation with the Music Club, which, played against most ambitious scenery, carpentered by Miss Reynolds and painted by Miss Surgey and Miss Bridge and assistants, was a great success.
Programme via Helen Smith
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