Murder At Quay Cottage: November 1971
By Simon Amberley
A quaint cottage near an estuary a mile down the lane from the local village - an ideal weekend retreat from the pressures of London for Mark and his sister Mary.
But their peace is shattered when a local man is killed on their doorstep. Suspicion visits each of the colourful locals, and the visitors, as secrets are exposed. Atmosphere and suspense are in stark contrast to the charming setting.
Scroll down for cast and crew.
|Cast (in order of appearance)||Backstage|
|Mark: Nigel Parker||Producer: Frances Bethell|
|Mary: Edna Jenkins||Set Design / Stage Manager: John Meikle|
|George Henderson: John Meikle||Stage Assistants: Nan Moore, Eve Turner|
|Miss Painting: Peggy de Renzi||Lighting and Sound Effects: John Avery|
|Bruce Stenton: Fred Leonard|
|Harry Longley: John Peacock|
|Cynthia Ford: Mary Chapman|
|Jane Anstey: Shirley Grand|