Strike Happy: March 1973
By Duncan Greenwood
A comedy of errors centring around the home of union member Albert Helliwell, lazing at home while his factory is on strike.
After he decides to take in lodgers to supplement their income, his wife declares strike action herself and moves out, leaving Albert to cope with the arrival of glamorous variety actress Mrs. Flannel and her daughter, who get rather too comfortable in the Helliwell home.
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|Cast (in order of appearance)||Backstage|
|Clara Helliwell: Edna Jenkins||Producer: Frances Bethell|
|Elsie Helliwell, Clara's daughter: Gail McKail||Set Design / Stage Manager: Ronald Lea|
|Albert Helliwall, Clara's husband: Hugh Shewell||Stage Assistants: Donald Grand, Judie Gould, Sandra Kastner|
|George Segar, Elsie's fiance: George Edwards||Lighting and Sound Effects: John Avery|
|Benjamin Tapeworth, Civil Servant: Christopher Lea|
|Mrs. Flannel: ex-variety actress: Catherine Gould|
|Rosie Flannel: Pauline Page|
|Yvonne: Aviss Swanson|
|Estelle: Kathryn Turner|