Good Night Mrs. Puffin: June 1967
By Arthur Lovegrove
The Fordyces are busily preparing for the wedding of their eldest daughter Jacky to Victor, son of Stephen Parker, with whom Henry Fordyce is planning a business merger. Then in walks a total stranger, Mrs. Puffin, who announces she saw in a vision that Jacky would not marry Victor.
She then establishes her vision's accuracy by correctly predicting various hilarious domestic accidents. She also predicts Jacky will marry the young business associate, Roger Vincent, who has accompanied the Parkers to the Fordyce home.
She also foretells Victor will ask release from the engagement as he's in love with Jacky's younger sister. The oracle proves to be amazingly accurate - no wonder as she's been carefully primed for her role as suburban seeress.
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|Cast (in order of appearance)||Backstage|
|Ethel Fordyce: Catherine Gould||Producer: John Palmer|
|Jacquelyn Fordyce: Eve Turner||Stage Manager: Albert Cooper|
|Pamela Fordyce: Jondy Bell||Stage Assistant: Judie Gould, Susanne Mcbain Smith|
|Nicholas Fordyce: Martin Braybrook||Lighting and Sound Effects: Philip Handford-Rice, John Avery|
|Annie: Helen Martin||Set Designer: Albert Cooper|
|Amelia Puffin : June Wade-Cooper|
|Henry Fordyce: John Palmer|
|Stephen Parker: Hugh Shewell|
|Victor Parker: John Meikle|
|Roger Vincent: Tom Jump|