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Steve Wallace, Idea Group's senior thespian, is appearing in a play for the new Chichester Community Theatre Company.
October 21, 2015
The play, "Number 60 to the Somme", a play with music celebrating the ‘only and best’ B-Type London bus by Greg Mosse and Carol Godsmark, has its World Premiere in Chichester from 3 – 7 November, 2015 at the Riverside Theatre, Chichester College, Chichester, West Sussex. Based on a storyline from Carol Godsmark’s novel, Ghost Army, it tells the story of Jim Swift, a London double decker bus driver who, against his family’s wishes, enlists to drive his bus to the Front, one of the many leaving London streets in their red livery to Front Line battles for the First World War effort.
The play is directed by Roger Redfarn. Roger’s professional career includes 22 London productions including Dad’s Army with the original cast, Barry Manilow’s world premiere of Copacabana and What a Performance with David Suchet plus Chichester Festival Theatre’s Underneath the Arches and Song of Singapore. Roger was also responsible for national tours as well as productions in America, Australia, Canada, the Far East and Europe. He was the Artistic Director of the Theatre Royal Plymouth for ten years, Cameron Macintosh commenting 'There is no other theatre in the country that has the range of high quality theatre across its stages than this city enjoys.’ Roger is a Winston Churchill Fellow.
Steve's daughter Daisy also appears in the play alongside our automation wizard, Steve.