Programme CoverThe Cure For Love

A Lancashire comedy by Walter Greenwood

Directed by Heather Jamison


Noises Off Garrick Stage Crew

The action takes place in Salford towards the end of the Second World War.



Production Manager - Norman Cope
Set Designer - Wayne Crossley
Set Construction - Roy Forrest & Team
Stage Manager - Wayne Crossley
Asst Stage Manager - Peter Bell
Properties - Ken Pearson
Wardrobe - Maria Bailey
Lighting - James Leadbitter
Sound - Matthew Peel
Prompt - Penny Walker
Programme - Martin Chadwick
Posters - Mark Storton
House Manager - David Baxter

SPOTLIGHT on the Director, Heather Jamison

HeatherHeather makes her directing debut .with Burnley Garrick Club after a number of years playing and taking a very active part on the Committee. Her acting debut though, came at the tender age of 7, playing Mary in the Nativity.

At 15 she joined Plymouth Youth Theatre and her first part there was in The Murder of Maria Marten as the female comic relief, and during the sixth form she was a member of the National Youth Theatre.
Her interest in theatre continued at College where she was a member of Footlights and she played a variety of roles, from a maid in You rang Sir? to Cordelia and Cinderella. She says, and I quote, "It was just as well the Ugly Sisters were played by men, they were the only ones with feet bigger than mine!". Did the glass slipper have to be specially hand blown, I wonder?

Heather's teaching career began in London and she joined Blackheath Group, taking parts in Lloyd George Knew My Father and A day in the life of Joe Egg, as well as working backstage.

Moving teaching posts took her to Gloucestershire where she joined a very small drama group in Churchdown. The hall in which they played had a very limited stage area, so much so that when they left stage right the players had to climb down a ladder, out through