Tickets: Salisbury Tourist Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 1EJ Phone: 01722 342860
Female Transport by Steve Gooch is staged on a late 18th Century, paid off warship around 1790. Shortly after the end of the American Wars of Independence, several ‘fleets’ of these ships were sent loaded with the first transported convicts to Botany Bay Australia. The Lady Juliana was one of the ships that sailed from Falmouth, full exclusively with female prisoners.
The play is lively, hard hitting, fast moving with strong language. Don’t miss it.
The Actors are cast as follows:
|Surgeon||Anthony von Roretz|
|Assistant Director||Helen Russell|
|Lighting||Peter Kelly and Tim Greathead|
|Costume Design||Val Greathead|
|Wardrobe||Rae Owen and Pam Hanan|
|Make up and prosthetics||Kevin Murdoch and more|
|Props &nb sp;||George Fleming and Lyn Dauscha|
|Music Consultant||Richard Greathead|
|Fight Consultant & nbsp;||Keith Wallis|
|Production Photography||Anthony von Roritz|
|Set Design and Build||Tim Greathead and others|
|Publicity||Sarah Kirkpatrick and Jackie Pilkington|