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Life members presentation 1975

Life member presentation 1975
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Photo from Clydebank Press

Back Row From left to right  James Cameron Rep Secretary, Joan McKenna, Jim Fulton, Grace Tough, Evan Fraser, May Jamieson, Bill Smith, Liz Burnett
Front Row
Stewart Stevenson, Harold McKenna ( Life Member) , Vetran Member Vi Machell and her husband Bob ( Life Members)
 
Clydebank Repertory Theatre Club Honoured six of it's long serving sctors and actrresses by creating them life members at a party following the last night of  the theatres successful Chrismas show "Rep-Partee 75"
They were Joan G McKenna, Jim Fulton,Grace Tough,Evan Fraser,May Jamieson and James Kelly (who was unable to be present) when this picture was taken when the oscars of tribute were presented
 
From the Clydebank Press 19/12/1975

1970 Annual Dance
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Radnor Hotel

Left to right
Charlie Marr (rep social Committee member) and friend Cathrine McLennan, Evan Fraser(Rep Chairman), Mrs Fraser, Baillie John McGinlay, Edith Reid , Isabel Stewart , Billy Rose (Rep Secretary), Robert Wilson (Rep Treasurer).

From Clydebank Press 23/1/1970
REP LOOKS FOR NEW THEATRE
Clydebanks senior magistrate John McGuinlay represented Provost James McQueen at Clydebank Repertory Theatre's annual dance in the Hotel Radnor last Friday.
He told the Rep that the town council reolised that this theatre club -after many years of artistic and finacial success, unaided by any grants-wished to retain its independence in a new theatre on a new site.
Although the council envisaged a civic -theatre in the new town centre, he was sure that the councillors would do all they could to assist the independent Rep's search for a new site.
He thought they might have some claim for recognition under the Civic Amenities Act.
Nearly 100 members and friends of Clydebank Repertory Theatre Club , Agamemnon Street, Dalmuir, attended the dance.