Our Millennium Show, The Good, Mad Old Days was staged at Bohunt on
Friday 28th and Saturday 29th July 2000.
It was a trip through the last 100 years with songs and sketches - some funny,
some sad, with a bit of something from every decade.
As our story begins Queen Victoria is still on the throne ...
A Medley of Music Hall Songs for the early 1900's.
A comic Double Talk sketch with Mick and Carol Selley
More songs featuring David Jenner and Jo Banbury followed by a good old
sing-along featuring chiefly YOURSELVES!!
The Titanic sketch featuring David and Jo as a loving couple sailing off to an
idyllic future together .....
The First World War, the Locket Sketch with Mick (Joe) and Jenny Courtnage
(Betsie) as an officer and a servant girl in love as he is about to return to
the trenches .... First World War songs featuring Norma White.
With the war almost over Betsie's sister (Sharon Anderson) visit's Joe's mother
(Mary West) with the hope that they'll get married - a hope that Joe's mother
doesn't share but a hope that is dashed as a telegram arrives announcing Joe's
The 1920's to the 1930's
The Mother Sketch with Mick and Ruth Savage
The Careful Wife Sketch
The Prize Sketch with Will Rawlings and Alison
The Query Sketch
The Second World War
A medley of Second World War songs
The Fanny and Biddy Crossword Sketch featuring Mandy Godridge and Ruth 'Bung it
in Biddy' Savage
The 1940's The American Influence - featuring Jackie, Mandy and Vanessa and the
hitherto unknown talents of Mary and a dance routine by Norma and Deborah White
The 1950's and 1960's
Rock & Roll with a dance routine
The Football Pools - Beginners Luck Sketch with Will, Norma, and Emily Courtnage
A sixties medley and a link into the Space Age and Jo's Girls and their dance
routine from Robin Hood
Ordinary Life .... the Village Fete Sketch with Sue Calvert, and the Neighbours
sketch with Mick, David, and Will.
The 1970's and 1980's
These were the years of the big musicals so we present a medley of hits from the
including the (again) unknown talents of Will and Emily in her first solo piece,
followed by Bethany Breach in her first non dancing role.
The Technical Age ! The Watch Sketch (Suitcases ? Oh no, those are the
batteries), with Mick and Maggie Tarpey.
The Pantomime Age and an extract from an alternative Cinderella, Emily as
Cinders and Jackie as the Fairy Godmother
Finally after two World Wars and six monarchs - a medley of all the songs from
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||Betsie's sister - 1st World War sketch
||Song, Titanic sketch
||The Village Fete sketch
||Football Pools sketch, Song
||Betsie - 1st World War sketch
||Fanny, Crossword sketch. Song
||Song, Titanic sketch, The Neighbour sketch
||Football Pools sketch, the Neighbour sketch, Song
||The Crossword sketch, the Careful Wife sketch
||Double Talk, Song
||Double Talk, Joe - 1st World War sketch, the Mother sketch, the
Neighbour sketch, the Watch sketch
||Dance, Football Pools sketch
||Compere (holding all together!)
||Vanessa Breach, Jo Evans, Deborah White
||Ray Breach, Timothy Brech, Matthew Carrig,
Phill Evans, James McCarthy
|Lighting and Sound
||Kevin Carrig, Ben Lawrence, Rebecca Poley, Andy Woodage
||Jennie Adams, Monica Church, Jeanette Finch, Mandy Godridge, Ruth
Savage, Mary West, Hazel Williams
|Written, Produced and Directed by
|Front of House
||Mary Braitch, Carol Barrett, Ian Darnbrook, Peter Elliot, Amanda Gowers,
Michelle Manford, Mark Stanley, Christopher Turner
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7 February 2003