The demolition crew arrived on that crisp cold December morning with not a hard hat between us. Reflector jackets and gloves were for wimps, with high heels the foot ware of choice for this hard working team as we got stuck into the old cream/oats coloured Ulster carpet. The ripping and tearing by bear hands, with not a thought for broken nails or ruined skin carried on for all of 20 mins before a call for coffee and buns stopped carpet removal activity. After a well earned hour's break we returned with renewed vigor to complete this physically demanding task. WE knew the full membership of the Theatre Group (even if they weren't there) would be grateful to the few who stood up to the plate and ate the buns. Here are that 'Carpet Crew' you are indebted to.
Felim looking for that half crown he lost in 1973