Susan Taylor

Susan Taylor

Member from 1950 to present


I recollect my sister Anne as the dormouse in 'The Mad Hatter's Tea Party' (Summer Fete approx 1947). The following is my verse and the chorus of Harold Smith's rhyme for the revue in Coronation year. (Performed with glum fatigue) 'See my periscope so battered, Someone used it for a stool. Six foot guardsman in a Busby Sat on it, the silly fool!' Chorus: ”Oh! We’ve all 'ad such a very ‘appy Coronation Day!” My collaborations with Barbara Williams in revues and painting scenery were highlights of my youth.

Appearances as cast

Susan has appeared in these productions.

Year Show Role
1961 Jack and the Beanstalk Claribelle (the cow)
1960 Ten Little Niggers Vera Claythorne
1960 Hawk Island Sally Rogers
1960 Puss In Boots Tickle-Me (a pretty Maid-in-Waiting)
1959 The Middle Watch Fay Eaton
1959 Murder On The Nile Louise
1959 Sinbad The Sailor Prince Hassan
1958 Baa Baa Black Sheep Emily Pottle
1958 The Hollow Doris
1958 The Babes In The Wood Fairy of Good Intent
1957 Sit Down A Minute Adrian Betty (Adrian's eldest daughter)
1957 Queen Elizabeth Slept Here Hester
1957 Aladdin Hoo Sit (The Widow's help)
1956 Waters Of The Moon Mrs. Ashworth
1956 Dick Whittington Dick Whittington
1955 Charley's Aunt (Act II) Amy Spettigue
1955 Dancing Years performed by
1955 Moment Romantique performed by
1955 A Couple of Swells performed by
1953 The Shop At Sly Corner Joan Deal
1953 Hay Fever Jackie Coryton
1953 Aladdin A Skeleton
1953 Aladdin Chorus
1952 Jack & The Beanstalk Prologue & Epilogue assisted by
1951 Baa Baa Black Sheep Harriett Knaggs
1950 Dick Whittington Island Inhabitant
1950 Dick Whittington Village Maiden