CRICH PARISH

which consists of the villages of Crich, Fritchley and Whatstandwell

Crich Amateur Dramatics

Michael Braithwaite was a very active member of the local amateur dramatice scene. He was heavily involved with the Crich amateur dramatics and when that ceased he joined the Holloway Amateur Dramatics Society (as did Barbara Haslam, another Crich amateur dramatics player). Eventually Michael joined the Wirksworth amateur dramatics scene.

Photographs courtesy of David Smith

Crich Amateur dramatics
Barbara Haslam, Des Kneebone, Mary Young, Roy Else, Kathleen Haynes.
Crich Amateur Dramatics
Mary Young, Michael Braithwaite, Peggy Else, Des Kneebone.
Crich Amateur Dramatics
Mary Young, Roy Else, Peggy Else, Steve Jackson, Michael Braithwaite, Barbara Haslam.
Crich Amateur Dramatics
Kathleen Haynes, George Smith, Peggy Else, Roy Else, Barbara Haslam, Mary Young, Steve Jackson, Michael Braithwaite.
Crich Amateur Dramatics
Michael Braithwaite.
Crich Amateur Dramatics
Holloway Amateur Dramatics "Murder She Wrote"
Janet Worthy, Roger Worthy, Michael Braithwaite, Alan Worthy, Reg Wallace, Barbara Haslam, Jennifer Bush
Crich Amateur Dramatics
Michael Braithwaite
Crich Amateur Dramatics
Michael Braithwaite and what is believed to be Wirksworth Players
Crich Amateur Dramatics
The premiere performances of the play “Russian Salad” in 1952. The players are Stephen Jackson, George Smith, Peggy Else, Rosemary Ludlam, Barbara Haslam and Norman Rogerson.
Crich Amateur Dramatics
The performance of “What A Treasure” in 1955. This time the players are George Smith, Barbara Haslam, Terry Warne, Stephen Jackson, Roy Else, Peggy Else, Kathleen Haynes, Vera Lee and Olive Goldsmith

 


 

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