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November 26, 1998

Tons Of Money

Tons of Money is a farcical play by British writers Will Evans and Arthur Valentine. It was co-produced by Tom Walls and Leslie Henson. In the story of the play, a hard-up inventor pretends to be his cousin, in order to escape the clutches of his creditors.

It was first performed in April 1922 at the Shaftesbury Theatre and ran for nearly two years. It starred Henson as Aubrey Allington and Yvonne Arnaud as Louise Allington. Its great success led Walls and Henson to produce the series of long-running Aldwych farces.

Director  -  Roger Blackburn
Producer  -  Helen Hofton

Aubrey Henry Maitland Allington  -  Paul Kerswill
George Maitland  -  Paul Ribbans
Giles (a Gardener)  -  Geoff Welch
Henery  -  Dennis Sexton
James Chesterman (a Solicitor)  -  Stephen Thorpe
Jean Everard  -  Helen Walker
Louise Allington  -  Lou Robinson
Miss Benita Mullett  -  Judy McDonnell
Simpson (a Parlour Maid)  -  Sue Kennedy
Sprules (a Butler)  -  Dudley Gentle

Bar  -  Margaret Johnson
Box Office  -  Juliet Alexander
Costume  -  Valmai Guess
Costume  -  Helen Walker
Costume  -  Beth Harding
Director  -  Roger Blackburn
Front of House  -  Kathryn Wallace
Front of House  -  Helen Wallace
Front of House  -  Laura Lloyd-Smith
Front of House  -  Ian Tattum
Lighting  -  Chris Stimson
Make-up  -  Julia Thorpe
Make-up  -  Fran Manning
Make-up  -  Jan Simmons
Paint Crew  -  Dave Timson
Paint Crew  -  Julie Dawson
Paint Crew  -  Liz Chapman
Paint Crew  -  Tim Welch
Printing  -  Pam Finbow
Producer  -  Helen Hofton
Prompt  -  Susie Welch
Props  -  Liz Chapman
Props  -  Liz Gentle
Refreshments  -  Pam Finbow
Set Construction  -  Geoff Welch
Set Construction  -  Dave Timson
Set Construction  -  Barrie Simmons
Set Construction  -  Graham Gibbs
Set Design  -  Tim Welch
Sound  -  Dave Wallace

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