top of page
"Blue Remembered Hills"
Heaton Park, Manchester
Park Bridge, Ashton under Lyne
Fletcher Moss Park, Didsbury

July - August 2007

This contemporary classic was first seen on TV starring Helen Mirren and Colin Welland and Feelgood’s 2001 Manchester Evening News Award-nominated production was brought back by popular demand in 2007.

Set in the countryside during the Second World War this deceptively simple tale combines comedy and tragedy in a gripping tale of seven youngsters as they play, tease, argue and chase a squirrel. 
The audience followed the kids as they roamed through the woods exploring their friendships and loyalties.  However, that sunny summer day came to a tragic and spectacular climax as innocence tumbled down amid the flames of a spectacular burning shed! 


Cast: Eve Robertson (Audrey), Richard Ashton (John), Rosie Mason (Angela), Dan Willis (Raymond), Antony Bessick (Peter), Trevor Brown (Willie), Clive Moore (Donald).

Production Team:

Caroline Clegg (Producer/Director), Lisa Mildenhall (Company Administrator/Front of House Manager), Allison Clarke (Designer), Alison Eyers (Costume Designer), Hazel Roy (Marketing Director), Kate Waters (Fight Director), Shona Wright (Production Company Manager), Rosalind Chappelle (Stage Manager), Alex Harding (Assistant Director), Peter Mildenhall (Distribution Executive), Pauline Mildenhall (Wardrobe Maintenance), Sonya Moorhead (Acting ASM), Danny Topham (Acting ASM), Jenna Omeltschenko (ASM), Philip Wallace (ASM), Lewis Hayes (ASM), Ray Shone (ASM), Yvonne Sewell (Front of House Assistant Manager), Roz Norbury, Claire Disley, Heather Johnson, Jill Kemp, Fiona Paul, Declan Kirkwood and Carly Moorhouse (Front of House Assistants), Dave Kirkwood (Photographer and Blog Designer).


“The cast deserve awards for their sheer physicality: running through the trees, fighting, arguing, rolling on wet grass and mud.” - Manchester Evening News

“The outdoor setting… is liberating in terms of movement and direction.  It also gives the audience a greater sense of freedom, but the intimacy between cast and spectators enables viewers to actively participate in the action… For those seeking an exciting alternative to a night of indoor theatre, this performance more than lives up to its company’s name.” - The Metro

“With Clegg’s honed direction, a cast of seasoned Feelgood regulars and a perfect setting… expect a vivid evocation of one of Potter’s finest works.” - The Metro

Sponsors & Supporters:
bottom of page