Lock Up your Daughters

by Henry Fieldingdirected by Jack Lewis
June 1971
The Civic Theatre

Leeds Arts Centre performed Lock Up your Daughters in June 1971.


Staff, a ConstableEdward Lakeland
A GentlemanJohn Armitage
WatchmenGeorge Teale
 Philip Coupe
Squeezum, a corrupt JusticeMichael Dack
Quill, Squeezum’s ClerkDavid Nicholls
Mrs SqueezumThelma Stoker
Sotmore, a GallantTrevor Money
Ramble, a GallantTony Nelson
Brazencourt, an InnkeeperJohn Stevens
A WenchBarbara Gilmour
Politic, a Coffee-House PoliticianDennis Stevenson
Hilaret, his daughterAngela Stringer
Cloris, Hilaret’s MaidSheila Wilson
Dabble, Politic’s FriendGeorge Westmoreland
Faithful, Politic’s ServantJack Clark
Worthy, an honest JusticeArthur Cockerill
Captain Constant, a military GallantDerek Harrison
Gentlemen of the ChorusDavid Lunn
 Eric Parker
 John Passelow
Ladies of the Chorus and DancersGillian Rule
 Vikkie Ball
 Patricia Appleson
 Jean Blundell
 Betty Triggs
 Betty Johnson
 Dorothy Money
 Ruth Wilkinson
 Jean Armitage
 Ann Flint
 Hazel Spray
 Maureen Clarke
 Pam Stevens
 Margaret Hall
 June Stevenson
 Mavis Ripley
 Jean Tomlinson
 Barbara Watts
At the PianosDavid Carrack
 John Hooley
PercussionGeorge Deane

Backstage team

DirectorJack Lewis
Musical DirectorDavid Carrack
Dances Arranged byPatricia Appleson
 Jean Blundell
Set DesignHazel Irving
Set ConstructionFred Mower
Stage ManagerJoe Clark
Assistant Stage ManagerSidney Irving
Lighting DesignMalcolm Brown
PromptFay Jack
Call BoyAndy Clark
CostumesMaggie Rhodes
 LAC Team
PropertiesGillian Rule
 Barbara Scott
Box OfficeHazel Irving
 John Pemberton
 Dennis Stevenson
PublicityJo Davy
 Edward Macro
 Len Sheldon
 Richard Strudwick
Front of House ManagerOlive Richardson

Archive documents

The following documents from the production are in the LAC archive.

Download: Programme
(357 KBytes)

Add to the archive

We’re always looking to add to our archive of past productions – if you have any other memories of Lock Up your Daughters, we would be very pleased to hear from you.

Other productions

Leeds Arts Centre has also performed Lock Up your Daughters on another occasion, in 1983 – more details of that production can be found by following the link to its page in this archive.