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Night Must Fall (1994)

Night Must Fall
Written by Emlyn Williams
Directed by Marilyn Macdonald
25 – 30 April 1994

Pat Vale and Dot Hamlin

Dan, a bell hop who arrives at the Bramson bungalow, has already murdered one woman and there is little doubt that he will soon murder another; the aged Mrs. Bramson herself. He skillfully insinuates himself into her affections while attempting to seduce her suspicious niece Olivia from exposing his diabolical intentions. And though she professes loathing, Olivia is attracted and fascinated by Dan. Fatally.


Voice of the Lord Chief Justice – Graeme Horner
Mrs Bramson – Dot Hamlin
Olivia Grayne – Joanne Dunham
Hubert Laurie – Ian Macdonald
Nurse Libby – Pat Vale
Mrs Terence – Elsie Bate
Dora Parkoe – Sam Cove
Inspector Belsize – Maurice Kenward
Dan – Tim Treloar


Stage Managers – Bob Gritton, Brad Jones
Set Design – Bob Gritton
Assistant Stage Manager – Pauline Ellard
Sound – John Cole
Lighting – Ian Humphreys, John Hudson
Properties – Deborah Hurst, Martin Apsey
Set Construction – Bob’s Boys
Wardrobe – Marjorie Sawyer, Carol Bramall