The reunion was held at The Smugglers Return in Ham Road on Sunday 6th November. We lost count of how many people turned up - it was great to see so many of you. Not everybody was caught by the camera - if you have photos to add to this page, or if you didn't leave contact details in the Visitors Book - please email using the link at the top of this page.

Several people suggested swapping contact details to remain in contact - to facilitate this we have set up a contact page / mailing list (see "Contact" link at left).
Reunion advert as appeared in Worthing Herald 20 & 27 Oct 2016

The table with the slideshow & programmes proved popular:

"Best Medallist" was awarded following each set of medal test entries between 1953 and 1970 (at which point there was no more space for names to be engraved). Here the statuette and trophy are reunited with the ultimate winner (Nov 1969 & May 1970), Vera Fox:

We know Tony Richardson as the rubber-faced funny man, or as one of the ugly sisters in Cinderella (there were also several occasions where he really did look like the back end of a horse, or cow, or whatever the pantomime animal was that particular year):

The two Pats (Head & Gladwell); pupils at the Park Road studio:

Accordion player extraordinaire and brokers-man Lack from the 1956 production of Cinderella Graham Bettelley, and his sister Susan:

 © 2016 Keith Wood