By Muriel Sparke

Directed by Jan Stapleton

Performed on Thursday 12 - Saturday 14 June 2003 at Pentyrch Village Hall


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Romantic, heroic, comic and tragic, unconventional schoolmistress Jean Brodie has become an iconic figure in post-war fiction. Her glamour, freethinking ideas and manipulative charm hold dangerous sway over her girls at the Marcia Blaine Academy - the 'creme de la creme' - who become the Brodie Set, introduced to a privileged world of adult games that they will never forget...


Jean Brodie                            Sian Davies

Teddy Lloyd                           Lawrence Llewellyn

Mr Lowther                             John Major

Miss Mackay                          Chris Leach

Sandy                                      Beccy Webb/Menna Davies

Jenny                                      Lucy Jones/Rosie Leach

Monica                                    Rachel Nash/Eleanor Mason

Mary                                         Lauren Mason

Miss Campbell/Clara           Lucy Young

Mr Macready                          John Hurley

Little Girl/Girl Guide             Katie Williams, Sara Pickard

Sister Helena                        Heather Major

Mr Perry                                 George Atkins


Production Team

Producer and Director          Jan Stapleton

Assistant Director                  Ros Jones

Stage Manager                       Wayne Brewer

Lighting                                    Tracy Richards

Sound                                       Wayne Brewer

Properties/Voice Coach       Anne Mills

Costumes                                 Alexis Barnard

Business Manager                 Ros Jones

Set Design/Painting               Rhys Stapleton

Graphics                                   Jan Stapleton, Rhys Stapleton

House Manager                      Bob Petersen

Front of House                        Members/Friends of Hilltop

Box Office                                 Brenda Slaughter

Bar Manager                            Anne Mills