During October The Death and Life of Everyman
was performed at four venues.
Saturday 14th October at St Peter and St Paul’s Church Centre,
Thursday 19th October at St John the Baptist Church,
Saturday 21st October at Salvation Army Citadel,
Wednesday 25th October at St John the Evangelist Church. ‘
The Death and Life of Everyman’ is a humorous, contemporary adaptation
by Patrick Dorn of the 15th-century morality play.
Photographs and video clips can be found if you scroll down below the cast:
EVERYMAN Rob Cooke (Player 12)
HERALD David Henty (Player 11)
ADONAI Julian Rumball (Player 8)
MORTICIA Betty Simpson (Player 9)
HOME BOY Heather Brown (Player 6)
MUM Betty Simpson (Player 9)
BETTY CASH Heather Brown (Player 6)
MITZI MERIT Lucy Skelton (Player 3)
SANDY Heather Brown (Player 6)
EVERYBOY Adrian Rust (Player 2)
SIS Lindsay Stevens (Player 4)
EVERYTEEN Adrian Rust (Player 2)
DAD Julian Rumball (Player 8)
EVERYGUY Adrian Rust (Player 2)
SISTER ST. BERNARD Sue Chance (Player 100010)
BRUTUS Zachary Allen (Player 7)
BONITA Sue Chance (Player 10)
MENSTAT Heather Brown (Player 6)
PASSIONATA Lucy Skelton (Player 3)
PLAYER 1 Charmaine Hill (Player 1)
PLAYER 5 Charlie Cooke (Player 5)
Directors David Henty and Adrian Rust
Lighting Operator Zachary Allen
Costumes Julie Henty
Props Belinda Stewart
Balladeer Adrian Rust
Drum Kathryn Bristow
(click photographs to view the originals in a larger format)
VIDEO CLIPS of the production will be published within a few days.
YOUTUBE will contain extended clips of both ACT ONE and ACT TWO also within the next few days.
A professional DVD of the show for just £12, can be purchased from Howard White.
Contact him at email@example.com
The total audience figure at the four venues was about 200 and £400 was donated to CSWH for their much-needed funds to continue their valuable work with local schools and academies.
Should you wish to contribute to CSWH financially there are two ways to do this:
Contact Roger Mitchell on 01424 422299 at email: firstname.lastname@example.org and request:
1. a CSWH brochure to set up a Standing Order (or make a one-off donation by cheque in favour of Hastings Christian Trust).
2. a CSWH Penny-box and fill it over time with small change.
The CSWH brochure also enables you to offer as a volunteer to help at various CSWH activities in schools and academies. Training is provided and clearance through the Disclosure and Barring Service is a must. This can be arranged quite simply.
You can also ask to receive termly news updates for prayer.