Brush With A Body: March 1980
By Maurice McLoughlin
In Sybil Walling's absence her children call in the chimney-sweep, whose brushes dislodge not only soot but a body. When Sybil returns she tells them that, just before he died twenty years ago, their father had killed a Soho gangster and had hidden the body in the chimney.
The police descend in pursuit of an amorous patient of Sybil's son Henry, which leads to hilarious misunderstandings and surprises.
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|Sarah Walling: Judy Nash||Producer: John Meikle|
|Cynthia Walling, her sister: Pauline Page||Stage Manager and Set Design: Ned Seago|
|Mr. Flaherty, an Irish chimney sweep: Ned Seago||Assistants: Frances Bethell, Sue Potter, Eve Turner|
|Mrs. D'Arcy, the Wallings' houskeeper: Dorothy Williams||Electrician: John Avery|
|Henry Walling: The brother|
|Paul Martell, a young actor: Mike Crowe|
|Sybil Walling, the mother: Pauline Shewell|
|Rosita Hernandez: Sue Dickins|
|Detective Inspector Hardy: David Bentley|
|Sergeant Bray: John Williams|
|The Hon. Pamela Colefax, Henry's fiancee: Gillian Baker|