Talk:Roger Woddis

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Please do not delete this article. Woddis was notable. Five existing pages had red links pointing to this page, so I created it. I don't know much about Woddis's life so the article is a stub. You deleted it while I was finding more material to put on it, which was annoying. Someone will come along and add to it, which is the way I though Wikipedia worked, rather than having someone come along and delete it within five minutes of me creating it. Thank you. James Fryer 22:28, 24 October 2006 (UTC)

Unity Theatre[edit]

You might find Colin Chambers' book on the History Of Unity Theatre has some useful background to Roger Woddis, see: The Story of Unity Theatre. By Colin Chambers, first published in 1989 by Lawrence and Wishart Ltd, ISBN 0 85315 587 9 You might also find of use. I recall reading in Colin Chambers' book that Roger Woddis contributed to numerous shows at London's Unity Theatre from WWII onwards. Including in 1953 their Agit Prop version of Cinderella (that had a score by Lionel Bart and Jack Grossman, but a 'book' by Roger Woddis, Una Brandon-Jones, and, John Gold). Hope that helps Skekayuk 09:49, 22 May 2007 (UTC)