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Ruddigore - an operetta performed only occasionally - was Julian's 90th show. Staged, as usual, at the Questors Theatre in Ealing, the tale of ghostly goings in the West Country was updated slightly to the years of the First World War.

Here you can see a selection of photographs from the production and if you would like to obtain a disc of all the images taken at the time - about double the number displayed here - it is available from www.XM04.com.

Click here for a performance slideshow (you will need Flash installed on your computer - see below) if not, click here for a picture gallery or here for a movie of show pictures (see below for more details).

Click here for a movie of a late rehearsal, made to promote the show To download the programme click here (you'll need Acrobat Reader for the pdf).

You will need Adobe Flash for the slideshow to play which can be downloaded free from here. (It is quite safe to install if it is not already on your system, which it probably is). Use the backbutton on your browser to return here from the slideshow.

You will need a reasonably fast broadband connection to see the movies otherwise they may take sometime to start, which they should do automatically. You may also need Quicktime to be installed on non-Windows computers to see the movies. Most machines come with Quicktime pre-installed but it can be obtained free from here.

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The Ghosts
The ghosts of Ruddigore (above) and, below, the nomination certificate for the show's set, designed and made by Martin Jarvis, the (really) ugly one in the blood-stained pinafore above.
Noda certificate
Gents Chorus
The Gentlemens Chorus (above) on a break at rehearsal. Below, the Ladies.
Ladies Chorus