Nottingham Guardian (1953)
WHEN NEW SPIRIT COMES INTO VILLAGE LIFE
6th Jan.1953, No.30124, p.5 c-e
Describes the revival of a Plough Monday play at Bulcote, Notts., and
produced by Mrs. Phyllis Underwood. She compiled the text from several Notts.,
versions; South Scarle (from Mr.J.G.Holmes), Gunthorpe (from Mr. John Barker),
and Scarrington. The performers were; Arthur Clay (Beelzebub), Brian Mowbray
(Lady Bright and Gay), Harold Adams (Tom Fool/Bold Tom), Ted Knight, Tom Snaith,
Jack Whitworth, and Cyril Brookes. Other characters were; Old Dame and Doctor.
Bulcote, Notts. (SK6544); South Scarle, Notts. (SK8463); Gunthorpe, Notts. (SK6844); Scarrington, Notts. (SK7341)
Play; Plough Monday; Beelzebub; Lady Bright and Gay; Tom Fool; Bold Tom; Old Dame; Doctor
Mrs. Phyllis Underwood (Producer); Mr. J. G. Holmes (Perf.); Mr. John Barker (Inf.); Arthur Clay (Perf.); Brian Mowbray (Perf.); Harold Adams (Perf.); Ted Knight (Perf.); Tom Snaith (Perf.); Jack Whitworth (Perf.); Cyril Brookes (Perf.)
TDRG Archive, Ref. TD00128
Last Updated Nov 1987 by Idwal Jones.