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Here are some files and images from the life of the group, its members and ex-members which do not directly relate to a particular production, or there is no specific production page. If you have any information to add, or more pictures, please get in touch (by selecting 'write' below).
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189: Jacky Phipps up front and centre with who else and
what production is it?

Photo - Mark Britton
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190: Royston Northridge, ?, ? and ? in this one - and what is the production?

Photo - Mark Britton Select this image to see a larger version.
191. Cagebirds, 07-Jul-1983:
LtoR: ?, Lucinda Smalley, Hayley Brown, ?, ?, Catherine ?, Eleanor ?Jackson

Photo - Mark Britton Select this image to see a larger version.
192 - I think I can see John Varah, Mike Hulls and Chris Feasey

Photo - Mark Britton
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193: That looks like a young Mark Oldknow in the High Wycombe sweatshirt. Who are the rest and what is the show?

Photo - Mark Britton Select this image to see a larger version.
Group of YT outside Curzon Centre. During prep for Dracula Spectacula, 1989? Select this image to see a larger version.
Clockwise from top: Sheila Somerville, Karen Beazley (now Davies), Nigel Davies, and [unknown]. Social Evening 1976-78? Select this image to see a larger version.
Mike Hulls and Tim Hill. Social Evening 1976-78? Select this image to see a larger version.
MID-WEEK FREE PRESS, Dec. 1, 1971.  This and the next five files in the archive are an editorial about The Young Theatre (at Beaconsfield) published while the first production was in rehearsal. Select this image to see a larger version.
Whether they are acting, selling programmes or working on costumes like the youngsters above, the emphasis is on teamwork. - MID-WEEK FREE PRESS, Dec. 1, 1971. Select this image to see a larger version.
Concentration as members follow the script during a rehearsal at Burnham Hall. - MID-WEEK FREE PRESS, Dec. 1, 1971. Select this image to see a larger version.
Director Ian Wallace. - MID-WEEK FREE PRESS, Dec. 1, 1971.

The Young Theatre's founder directing the first show by the Beaconsfield group. Select this image to see a larger version.
The Young Theatre - proof that acting can be enjoyable. - MID-WEEK FREE PRESS, Dec. 1, 1971. Select this image to see a larger version.
The MID-WEEK FREE PRESS, Dec. 1, 1971 article displayed in Ian's scrapbook. Select this image to see a larger version.
Cagebirds,07-Jul-1983
L to R: ?, Hayley Brown, ?, Lucinda Smalley, Catherine ?, ?, ? Select this image to see a larger version.
Prompt newsletter. October 1995 Select this image to see a larger version.
Prompt newsletter. December 1995 Select this image to see a larger version.
Prompt newsletter. March 1996 Select this image to see a larger version.
Prompt newsletter. Summer 1996 Select this image to see a larger version.
Several members took part in TFT's Charity Revue in July 1997, notably in the cast for Hiss The Villain. Select this image to see a larger version.
Several members took part in TFT's Charity Revue in July 1997, notably in the cast for Hiss The Villain. Select this image to see a larger version.
Prompt newsletter. April 1998 Select this image to see a larger version.
Prompt newsletter. October 1996 Select this image to see a larger version.
Ian Wagge playing hockey for USA : August 2012 Select this image to see a larger version.
The Annual General meeting, 2016 Select this image to see a larger version.
Backstage at “Snow White”, 1995 Select this image to see a larger version.
A bit of cross-dressing?   Martin Haswell and  Peter Sharman,  May 2004 Select this image to see a larger version.
Another piece of cross-dressing?  James Ivens and Martin Haswell,  May 2004 Select this image to see a larger version.
Extra Sound Recording (new songs) for “mr Scrooge”,  November 2007.
Clare White (née Murrell), Ryan Witney (Scrooge), Richard Peters (MD),Helen Chaldecott (née Wallace), Paul Bacon, Janine Britton, and
(in front kneeling with dog) Mark Britton.		(Photo: Ian R. Wallace) Select this image to see a larger version.
Lunch: Debbie Lewis with Dave Farey & Cat Lambert,  February 2009
(Photo: Ian R. Wallace) Select this image to see a larger version.
In Make-up for “Tale of Two Cities” January 1994.
Helen Sharman & (?) Caitlin Hughes (Madame Defarge) Select this image to see a larger version.
Michael Hulls with Russell Maliphant at the Wycombe Swan, November 2006.
(Photo: Ian R. Wallace)
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The Harwood Clan, January 2014.  Rick (aka Richard Attlee and the Archers' Kenton), Joanne (Roundell-Greene), Sally (Camps), Penelope (Robertson) Select this image to see a larger version.
Tim Hill outside mission control,  Butterwick, Lincs.:  May 2015
(Photo: Ian R. Wallace) Select this image to see a larger version.
Inside Mission Control, August 2016 (photo: Sid Williger) Select this image to see a larger version.
 YT “retiring’ committee, October 2015 Select this image to see a larger version.
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