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Our 2nd Production

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Garlic & Lavender
by
Nick Warburton
Directed by Kirree Seddon
(30th October 2004)
 
 

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Synopsis

Dolly and Clara arrive at Castle Drackenberg, unaware that danger lurks round every corner, for the castle's owner, Count Drackenberg, is a vampire! In Garlic and Lavender, Nick Warburton combines every traditional element of the vampire horror genre - including a sinister henchman, surly villagers and a doughty vampire expert - with a strong measure of daft comedy, to hilarious effect!

The Cast
(in order of appearance)

Daveen Dinneen - Dolly

Ann Mardon - Clara

Adrian Clark - Count Drackenberg the vampire

Robert King - Murk, the Count's henchman

Robert Goodwin - Dr Lutz the vampire expert and Roger the English gentleman

Cath Giles - Trudi the cook

Chris Godley - Boris the butler

Charlotte Connolly - the ghost of Emmanuelle

Fuggo King - Hilda & Olga the barmaids

Robert Dinneen - Herr Kronjarg & Herr Jargkron the publicans

Emily Goodwin - Hans a local yokel

Maya Buchanan - Denise a local yokel

 

 

Now for some photos

(There are more to come.. please come back in a couple of days!)

The full cast an hour before kick off
cast
Garlic and Lavender

Our thanks...
 
to Kirree Seddon for doing a brilliant job of producing, directing, sound engineering and lighting. It wouldn't have been possible without her
 
to all the front of house team.. Goeff King and Marie Goodwin
 
to Sandra Miller and Rob Bradley who assisted Kirree with lights, etc
 
to all the Invergordon business advertisers in our programme...
 
Cinebus
The Pet Shop
Saggy Bottoms
Noreen's & Kelly's
The Bargain Centre
Nelson Photography
Crazy Horse Restaurant
Beauly Insurance Services
and sponsors, Norcom, Inverness
          for their generous donations and support
 
to Dalmore Distillery for their kind donation of a bottle of whisky which we gave to a lucky ticket holder after the show
 
to Bobby Nelson for taking the publicity photos and for the beautiful large full-colour poster he printed of one of the photos
 
to Wendy Sanders, Arts Development Officer for the Highland Council
 
to Marie Macdonald from the Invergordon Arts Centre
 
to Karl Reece for printing the colour programme
 
to Rosie Milne for helping to paint set and props along with some of the cast
 
and last but certainly not least, to Steve Paget for building the 12 foot high castle door, the step, the count's 'throne', and pub sign stand
 
 
Let us know if we've missed anyone out, pleeease.