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Goodnight Mister Tom

From the novel by Michelle Magorian, adapted by David Wood

directed by

Jill Gill

Billeting Officer/Sister - Sandra Fenlon

Tom Oakley - Andrew Smith

Tom’s dog - “Stanley” Pleasant

Charlie Ruddles - Edward Temple

William Beech - George Christacos

Mrs Fletcher - Cherry Richards

Doctor Little - Jeremy Livitt

Mrs Annie Hartridge/Nurse - Natalie Ling

David Hartridge/Policeman - Charlie Whitehead

Carrie - Isabella Williamson

Ginnie - Freya Warren

George Fletcher - Iwan Thomas

Miss Thorne - Jenny Moultrie

Zach - Ollie Painter

Mr Miller/Ticket Collector - Paul Mackenzie Smith

Miss Miller - Beth Maskall

Vicar/ARP Warden (London) - James Christacos

Mrs Beech - Miranda Pinder

Glad - Fiona Newman

Mr Stelton - Matthew Deering

Social Worker - Marina Tadayon   

Evacuees - Bea Grazier, Erin Burns, Ernie Christacos, Rosie Worthington,

Maud Swagers, Ava Birakos + extras

Villagers - Included in above cast + extras

Londoners - Included in above cast + extras

Director - Jill Gill

Assisstant Director - Betty Wills

Lighting Design - John Davey

Sound Design - Charlie Whitehead

Stage Manager - Beth Maskall

Costume Design - Sue Cox

Continuity - Barbara Crass

Publicity - Adrian Brown

Poster Design - Daniel Penfold


22nd to 24th November 2018

Known to many as a favourite book or television adaptation our November production is the perfect family show for all ages.

Set during the dark and dangerous build-up to the Second World War, “Goodnight Mister Tom” follows sad young William Beech, who is evacuated from London to the West Country and builds a remarkable and moving friendship with the elderly recluse Tom Oakley. All seems to be perfect until William is devastatingly summoned back to London.

It is the tale of two broken souls at very different ends of the age scale that celebrates the value of love and proves that friendship knows no barriers.