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[Ice-cream at the Seaside [?]]
The film opens with scenes from a play, recorded on stage, followed by similiar scenes acted out for the camera on the pier (possibly at Worthing?). There follows more on-stage footage of a chorus line during a performance, before the cast parade past the camera outdoors in Bravarian (?) style costume.
The film opens with scenes of backstage preparations for a show 'Calamity Jane' by the West Sussex Players; the cast pose as a group onstage. More images follow of cast members posing individually for the camera. The film ends with a brief family scene featuring a group of women sitting together and chatting in front of a garden wall.
[Amateur Theatre Play: West Sussex Players "Arms and The Man"]
This film shows scenes from a play "Arms and The Man" by playwright George Bernard Shaw, as performed by an amateur cast - the West Sussex Players. The group are seen preparing backstage, followed by a compilation of extended scenes from a performance.
[A Midsummer Night’s Dream Performance]
Players perform A Midsummer Night's Dream in the grounds of Fair Dene School in Surrey in July 1963, filmed by Mr. C. R. Coatts.
[Bosham Morris Dancers]
A small crowd of villagers are seen assembled outside The Anchor Bleu pub in Bosham watching a side of Morris dancers performing.
This amateur colour film created by the Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society features a reading from 'Desiderata' written by Max Ehrmann. An audio version based on Ehrmann's words spoken by Les Crane, is also played from a cassette player to camera, illustrated by visuals of a garden with flowers.
Let the Games Begin
This short colour film made for the Oska Bright Film Festival, for the show Gold Run, is based on the theme of the Paralympic Games. The film depicts the journey a spectator might make from arrival at a sports stadium, until they take their seat to watch the sporting event. The film contains music performed by Beat Express, a group of learning disabled musicians.
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