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Drama about a family's moral legal case that creates national interest. Fourteen year old Ronnie Winslow is expelled from Osborne Naval College accused of stealing a postal order. Ronnie swears he did not do it, and so his father Arthur begins a fight to prove his son's innocence. The whole Winslow family is drawn into the consequences of the court action. First performed in London in 1946. Sponsored by Summersdale PeugeotPerformers Edward Hardwicke, Polly Adams, Osmund Bullock, Nicholas Deigman, Rachel Izen, Jean Warren, Rupert Wickham, Will Adamsdale, Elisabeth Dermot Walsh, David Rintoul.
Author Terence Rattigan. Company Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Christopher Morahan. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Robert Bryan. Sound John Leonard. Music Ilona Sekacz.
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