A bitter sweet comedy about a homeless family and how they affect a Methodist Minister
Originally produced in 1985, Clerical Errors is a comedy with a dark side. Centred around a homeless family who have broken into a disused Methodist Chapel, the Minister of the Chapel sees a side of himself he never thought existed when confronted with the bizarre behaviour and unorthodox lifestyle of the Briggs family.
Coming immediately after the Players’ 50th anniversary production Alice, this bitter-sweet comedy was a complete contrast and introduced Thea Arnott in her debut performance with the Players as the daughter Julie, whilst Angela Ledsham, normally in the prompt corner, made an entrance as the indomitable Gran.
Author: Georgina ReidDirector: Tim Day
Stage Manager: Paul McTaggart
Julie Briggs – The Arnott
Pete Briggs – Charlie Hellard
Gran Briggs – Angela Ledsham
James Martin – Tim Conway
Mrs Martin – Cheryl Brennan
Sylvia Grey – Tracey Anderson
Miss Pearson – Jan Conway
Theodore Brown – David Bartholomew