From the Archives. 1

'A Patchwork of Voices' - Presentation at East Cheshire Libraries, November 2014
Prose, poetry and music to commemorate World War I


'Dickens At Christmas' - Presentation at Knutsford Library, December 2012



These pictures have no date or title, as we don't know who or what they are. If anyone recognises them we would be glad to hear from them.

The Middle Watch (1947)
Email received 25 January 2012 17:30
Subject: Archive Photo

I have just visited your website and found a black and white photo of one of your postwar productions. It is a scene from "The Middle Watch", by Ian Hay and the man in the middle in uniform saluting, is S E Crookell, my father, in the role of Marine Ogg. He acted in and produced many plays before the war and for more than a decade afterwards. He was Chairman of WGRS in the 1950s and died in 1964. My contribution to the society was selling boxes of chocolates before the performance started and while the Green Room quarter (including Kathleen McGhie and Laurence Povall, played.

Thank you for the memories,
Pamela Shafe (nee Crookell)