South Yorkshire Times, April 28th 1939
Church Actors’ Production Of “Everyman’.”
The Goldthorpe Church Players, a recently-established dramatic Society, which has produced several successful plays, began its most ambitious undertaking last night, when the members gave the first of five nightly performances of the famous morality play “Everyman.”
The play, was produced in the Parish Hall, which has been built especially with an eye to amateur theatricals, before encouraging first-night audience. The Rev. H. Howard (Vicar of Goldthorpe) took the all-important character of “Everyman. “
Mr. Howard, who has seen service on the legitimate stage, was as convincing and polished as ever, and he was ably supported by the Rev. A. H. Howard, his brother, the Rev. T. H. Almond (vicar Bolton-on-Dearne), Mr R. Bullock. Mr. J. S. Large, Mr. V. Patrick, Mr. J. Green, Mr. A. Stott, Miss Roebuck, Mrs. G. Green, and Mr. E. Shaw.