|Dido, or Elissa, Queen of Carthage
|Belinda, a Lady in Waiting
|Aeneas, a Trojan Prince
|Spirit of Mercury
||R. Lockyer and
Chorus of Courtiers, Witches and Sailors:
J. Baxter, M. Berry, A. Blayney, V. Blyth, M. Brignell, R.
Britzler, C. Bruce, S. Bysouth, C. Capon, L. Caten, J. Every,
M. Fletcher, A. Foreman, J. Gibson, J. Giles, I. Hedges, P.
Hill, G. Horton, J. Hounsell, S. Jenness, P. Johnson, B. Law,
K. Levett, S. Marson, J. Matthews, P. Meredith, C. Morgan,
B. Moy, S. Newman, D. Regan, P. Ungerer, J. Vacher, J. Winsor,
I. Wise, A. Wingfield, K. Andrew, N. Bannister, E. Cutts,
R. Leader, R. Phipps, B. Simpson.
The members of the orchestra were: First violins:
C. Waker, C. Page, C. Gore, E. Manning, Second violins:
B. Sheff, C. Hall, G. Watsham, Violas: Miss Rowntree,
Mr. Rokos, Cello: D. Johnson, Piano: Miss Fairchild.
Miss C. Clarke conducted, and the production was by Mr. A.
Many other members of staff contributed to the successful
performances, including Mrs. A. Cleare (designing and making
costumes); Mr. R. Dunhill (lighting); Mrs. E. Leech (business
management); Mr. L. Williams and Miss B. Brooker (props) and
Mr. A. Shine (printing). Assistance was given too by several
Old Scholars, and of course by Mr. Miller.