08 Farndale Macbeth

16-19th April, 2009,   Felpham Village Hall



Mrs Reece {Lady Macduff, Doctor}

Sandy Knight


David Rosser

George Peach

Trevor Roman

Thelma {Lady Macbeth, Ross}

Lucinda Dearlove

Henry {Lady Macbeth, Kings}

Peter Green

Dawn {1st Witch, Duncan, Fleance, Porter, 2nd Murderer}

Di Hiblen

Felicity {2nd Witch, Seyton, 1st Murderer, Malcolm, Gentlewoman}

Liz McNally

Kate Parry-Jones {3rd Witch, Messenger, Macduff}

Chrissie Lester

Minnie {Banquo, Son of Macduff}

Rebecca Haig


Renee Kramer


Carole Rogers


John Covey

Stage Manager

Elaine Green

Assisted by  

Bob Barnes


Kate Burbidge

Lighting Designed and Operated by

Natalie Rowland

Special Effects

Mark Rowland


Alex Marner


Rebecca Haig


Abbi Holdsworth


Chris Armstead

Posters, Programme

Peter Green

Assisted by  

Renee Kramer


Carole Nighey

Front of House

Elizabeth Trett


Bernard Taylor

The Regis Players
Farndale Macbeth

22nd April, 2009

Reviewed by: Jose Harrison
Venue: Felpham Village Hall
Type of Production: Play
Director: John Covey


Dear Margaret and Peter,

Thank you so much for inviting us to see The Farndale ladies version of Macbeth. I have to admit that I am a little ignorant when it comes to the works of the ‘great bard’ so was delighted to finally see a proper version performed by such a talented team. I must admit I feel that the ladies bit off a bit more than they could chew on this occasion and hope that Kate is now repaired and enjoying her bouncing baby boy, Dawn has finally found her specs. and Minnie has found her voice.

On a more serious note, I spent the whole evening laughing and smiling at the various antics and disasters that befell the poor members of this village society. Peter you were superb as Lady Macbeth and Sandy was perfect as Mrs Reece. The simple set worked well, the costumes were fitting and all the performers obviously enjoyed themselves as much as their audience. I really felt part of this production being greeted by the Farndale Ladies and the fact that they all stayed in character from start to finish added greatly to the standard of the play.

We came away from the production wishing that were we more conversant with the story having missed out on Shakespeare since our school days. Quite a while ago!! I am sure we would have been less confused if we had been more knowledgeable.

Well done to you all for giving us such a wonderful evening of disasters and all the best with “Amy’s View”. Thank you Peter for your kind note.

Yours sincerely,

Jose Harrison.
NODA Dist. 9.

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