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The Shop at Sly Corner
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The Shop at Sly Corner

The Handcross and District Players put on their production of The Shop at Sly Corner in the Parish Hall over three nights in March 1960. This crime thriller was a West End hit in the 1940s written by sometime Tory MP, Edward Percy.
There should be a photograph of the cast to follow later, but meanwhile here is picture of the set complete with a suit of armour loaned by Horsham museum.
Click on Open Document for a view of the programme which includes a few errors in the names of the actors.
To assist those using the search facility the cast are listed here:- Pat O’Shea, Ronnie Cosens, Daphne Gates, Elizabeth Griffiths, Ingebord Boniface, Margaret Arnold, Robert Hawkesworth, Don Snelling, Chris Wilkinson, Jack Charlton, and Eric Smith.

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Picture added on 05 December 2013 at 17:20
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Comments:
A photograph of the performance has now turned up but unfortunately it only shows two of the actors. Are there any more photographs in existence?
The picture is of the actual murder committed by the antique dealer of his assistant, and is not for the faint-hearted.
The parts were played by Pat O'Shea and Ronnie Cosens, respectively.
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Added by Ron Cosens on 22 December 2013
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