Scunthorpe's Oldest Amateur Dramatics Group - Established 1943

110th Production

Fringe Benefits

By Peter Yeldham and Donald Churchill

Tuesday 26th - Saturday 30th October 1982

Set in a London maisonette the paly revolves around the antics of two married couples. Colin and Jim, thinking they have packed their wives off to Torremolinos, invite home two young women from the office to share a fortnight of fun and games. However, the wives, thinking their husbands have gone fishing in Scotland, have a similar scheme. This leads to some very funny situations as each pair make up excuses for returning to the flat.

Originally performed at the Whitehall Theatre the play starred Brian Rix. So if you want to forget your troubles and laugh at someone else's why not join us at the Civic Theatre on any night at 7.30p.m. 26th - 30th October.


Isobel Hudson

Colin Hudson

Jim Nash

Brenda Nash




Judie Bateson

John Preston

Paul Dennis

Jacky Bacon

Jan Hagg

Cherie Cox

Chris Hagg

Production Team


Stage Manager

Assistant Stage Managers







Set Design

Set Painting

Set Construction




House Manager

Box Office

Chris Freer

Brian Lewis

Marian Westland

Gary Heseltine

Lesley Wiseman

Doreen Sutton

Keith Saville

Joan Brown

Margaret Young

David Elford

Chris Spindley

Les Tong

Bill Bateson

David Elford

Janet Shaw

Marian Westland

Margaret Tong

For the Civic Theatre

Theatre Manager

Theatre Licensee

Stage Managers

Mavis Ellin

Myles Lucas

Tony Holmes

Paul Hickson