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Frankie has been involved in 124 RDG productions. Listed below are the productions we have in our online database where Frankie has a credit of any kind.

The Accrington Pals (2)

THE ACCRINGTON PALS is one of the few plays we have presented twice. We first presented a potted version at the 1984 Maidenhead Drama Festival and four years later staged the complete play with an ... about 29 years ago

The Actor's Nightmare (Festival)

This fun short comedy tells of an actor who is asked to fill in for an absentee player. But is the play Coward, Shakespeare or Beckett? And what are Ellen Terry and Henry Irving doing on the stage?... over 21 years ago

The Admirable Crichton

In 1990 THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON was last open-air production we presented at the Manor Farm Gardens before the local council removed the attractive shrubbery which formed the background to our prese... over 27 years ago

Agnes of God (Festival)

AGNES OF GOD is the powerful drama of a young nun accused of killing her own baby. Also involved in the triangular situation are a psychiatrist and the Mother Superior. We presented a shortened ve... over 29 years ago

All My Sons

Performed between 31st March to 3rd April 1999, Magna Carta Theatre, Staines. The 31st March was a Schools performance, other nights were open to the general public. America's most famous living p... almost 19 years ago

The Allotment (Festival)

Four women are doing community punishment orders working on a allotment growing vegetables for soup kitchens. On the allotment they feel they can choose how they want to be.. They can choose who t... over 12 years ago

Amadeus

over 31 years ago

Amy's View

This play by one of our finest living playwrights, mixes love, death and the theatre in an original way. Funny, moving and fascinating, the play traces actress Esme Allen's changing relationships w... almost 14 years ago

And A Nightingale Sang

about 34 years ago

And Go To Innisfree (Festival)

"I will arise and go now, And Go To Innisfree And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made. Nine bean rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee, And live alone in the bee-loud gla... over 11 years ago

Aspects of Keith

This night production was devised and presented in 1990 by the company in memory of Keith Munks, one of our much-loved active members who had died earlier in the year. The evening comprised songs, ... almost 28 years ago

Bazaar and Rummage (Festival)

BAZAAR AND RUMMAGE exhibits Sue Townsend's talent for extracting hilarious comedy from the most painful social insights. It tells of a group of agrophobic women persuaded to venture out of their h... over 28 years ago

Bed (Festival)

Our entry in the 2002 Elmbridge Festival is a surreal exploration of dreams and the twilight world of old age. Bed uses broad humour, dry wit and puns counterpointed by moving poetry to underline t... over 15 years ago

Bedroom Farce

almost 37 years ago

The Beggar's Opera

179th Production. The Beggar’s Opera transports us to a grubby London in the eighteenth century. It’s a world of dashing Highwaymen and women of easy virtue. The pulsating score with lilting folk m... about 1 year ago

Blondel

BLONDEL was the first musical written by Tim Rice after his split with Andrew Lloyd Webber. It tells in a light-hearted jokesy way the colourful life of the 12th century troubadour accompanied by e... about 29 years ago

Breaking The Code

A play based on the book Alan Turing, the Enigma by Andrew Hodges. A compassionate and often amusing play concerning the remarkable mind and tragic fate of Alan Turing, mathematician and computer ... almost 11 years ago

But Yesterday (Festival)

A haunting, lyrical and enigmatic play from the sensitive pen of Jimmie Chinn. Set in an English vicarage garden in the 1950s and before. Prior to leaving on a journey from which he will not return... over 9 years ago

Cabaret

The musical Cabaret was RDG's 58th production and showed increasingly how limited the constraints of the Literary Institute was as our productions were becoming more and more complex and ambitious. almost 43 years ago

The Cagebirds (Festival)

David Campton was a prolific writer of one act plays with well over 50 to his credit. Usually his work can be appreciated on different levels. THE CAGEBIRDS is clearly allegorical and thus open to ... over 7 years ago

Calendar Girls

168th production. This play has been specially picked for our November 2012 production at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking. The RDG committee has decided that it would make a most fitting tribute to... about 5 years ago

Cavalcade

about 27 years ago

Cecily (Festival)

This production is unique in the RDG History. The playwright Gillian Plowman had seen our production of Agnes of God; subsequently she sent her new play Cecily to us suggesting we might like to pro... over 27 years ago

Charley's Aunt

We presented Brandon Thomas'd colourful classic farce exactly 100 years after its first production in 1889. The story of Charley and his exotic Brazilian Aunt and how their paths - and their clothe... about 28 years ago

Chicago

This raunchy very American musical is pure pastiche and our 1987 full-bloodied version found all the fun - and pre-dated the long West End run a decade later. The bright, colourful show sends up t... about 30 years ago

A Chorus of Disapproval

A Chorus of Disapproval was a milestone RDG production as in 1989 it was selected to mark our one hundredth Main Production. It was felt to be an apt choice as the play concerns an amateur theatri... almost 29 years ago

Cold Comfort Farm

167th Production This adaptation of the well-loved Stella Gibbons’ classic rural novel, set in the 1930s, is written with its tongue firmly in its cheek, giving wonderful opportunities for hilario... over 5 years ago

Dancing at Lughnasa

This beautiful, lyrical, nostalgic play is set in remote Donegal where five unmarried sisters are trapped in the explosive tension of their frustration, fired by the conflicting impulse of religiou... about 22 years ago

Dead Funny

Dead Funny is an extremely funny yet ultimately heart-rending commentary on sex therapy and failing relationships. Eleanor and Richard are in their late thirties; she is desperate to have children ... over 12 years ago

Definitely The Bahamas (Festival)

Our entry in the October One Act Drama Festivals 2014. A dark, absurdist comedy and social parody set in the 1980s. Martin Crimp often writes about hum drum people in hum drum situations, but noth... about 3 years ago

Dial Ten Amazing Little Boyfriends (Festival)

over 36 years ago

The Diary of Anne Frank

about 37 years ago

The Elephant Man

The play tells the well-known heartrending true story of John Merrick and the Victorian society which exploited his repulsively deformed body. It makes for highly charged theatre. over 21 years ago

An Englishman Abroad (Festival)

An Englishman Abroad is based on actress Coral Browne's 1958 visit to Moscow with the Royal Shakespeare Company, where she met the exiled English spy, Guy Burgess. In writing the play Bennett was ... over 7 years ago

Equus

This well-known play tells the story of two people. The first is a young teenage boy who has deliberately blinded some horses and the second is the psychiatrist who in exploring the reasons behind ... over 24 years ago

First Time

almost 30 years ago

Follow the Star

about 33 years ago

Fool for Love (Festival)

almost 22 years ago

Fragments (Festival)

over 24 years ago

The Gingerbread Lady

about 35 years ago

Guys and Dolls

about 25 years ago

Hay Fever (2)

Often considered to be Coward’s best loved and best written play, Hay Fever bursts with style, wit and sophistication. It is set in 1925 in the country house of the delightfully eccentric Bliss fam... over 10 years ago

The Hitchhiker (Festival)

over 22 years ago

I Dreamed A Dream

almost 21 years ago

Inherit the Wind

about 26 years ago

The Killing of Sister George (Act One) (Festival)

almost 33 years ago

A Kind of Alaska (Festival)

A Kind of Alaska was inspired by Awakenings by the renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks. It was first performed in the Cottesloe Theatre in London in October 1982. The original cast included Judi Denc... over 5 years ago

Kindertransport

Diane Samuels's moving and sensitive play explores the issue of identity and the pain and passion of mother/daughter relationships. Eva is a young girl sent from Germany by her parents as part of ... almost 10 years ago

The King (Festival)

This very unusual and intriguing play is a sort of anthropological fairy tale that modulates between realism and magic. It is a poetic fable that seems to be exploring the nature of our human desir... over 8 years ago

Lark Rise

over 30 years ago

The Last Yankee (Festival)

over 18 years ago

Lear's Daughters (Festival)

Lear's Daughters takes its story and characters from the 'gaps' in Shakespeare's King Lear. The story of King Lear is revised and refocussed onto his three daughters. We discover moments from their... over 16 years ago

Les Liaison Dangereuses

about 23 years ago

The Life of Brian - a Celebration of the life of Brian Walters

Brian Walters, who died in December 2006, was a valued and active member of RDG for over 35 years. His many talents and skills meant he contributed to the life of the group in many ways - on stage ... over 10 years ago

Lock up your Daughters

over 32 years ago

Losers (Festival)

'Losers' is a one act play, part of a double bill with 'Winners' together entitled "Lovers". It is RDG's entry in the one-act play festivals at Woking and Spelthorne in October 2003. Brian Friel, ... over 14 years ago

Man of the Moment

over 23 years ago

The Matchgirls

The Memory of Water

This blackly comic astringent play premiered at Hampstead Theatre in 1996. It was winner of the Lawrence Olivier Award for Best Comedy. Three sisters gather on the eve of their mother's funeral. B... about 16 years ago

A Midsummer Night's Dream (excepts)

This production, under the title "Ill Met By Moonlight" was performed with "From Here to the Library" and "Hell and High Water" as an opportunity for new directors to try their hand at One Act Play... over 28 years ago

Miss Julie (Festival)

over 19 years ago

More to Love

A musical celebration of love with songs from "Salad Days", "Chess", "Sweeney Todd" and "Aspects of Love"" over 22 years ago

My Friend and Me (Festival)

almost 24 years ago

My Mother Said I Never Should

"My Mother Said I Never Should..." was premiered in 1987 at Contact in Manchester (winner of the Manchester Evening News Best Play Award) and in 1989 at the Royal Court Theatre in London (joint win... over 19 years ago

The Night of The Iguana

Set during the summer of 1940 on the verandah of a crumbling Mexican inn perched on a jungle covered hill-top over-looking the sea, where Tennessee Williams spent that languid time surrounded by Ge... about 17 years ago

Noises Off

The play is a farce, in fact a farce within a farce, taking the cliches of the genre and shaking them inventively through a series of kaleidescope patterns. The first act is a pastiche of tradition... about 18 years ago

Old Time Music Hall (2)

over 26 years ago

Party Time (Festival)

Any production of a Pinter play is a journey of exploration. Little in the way of obvious action takes place but much is seething beneath the surface waiting to be explored. This play focuses on t... over 11 years ago

Passion Play

Peter Nicols\' clever, ingenious play is a dissection of adultery. The title contains a deliberate pun for this is a play about sexual love and suffering and the fragile line which divides them. Bo... over 14 years ago

RolePlay

This play takes us into familiar Ayckbourn territory - one liners - tense silences - and the desperate efforts to end them; all fuelled by strongly drawn characters and escalating tension. The pl... over 8 years ago

A Roomful of Holes (Festival)

Entry in the 1975 Woking Drama Festival (adjudicator Gordon Luck). This was the first Woking festival at the new Rhoda McGaw Theatre (formerly Centre Halls) in the new Peacocks complex. This was ou... over 42 years ago

Seasons Greetings

about 31 years ago

Seven Year Twitch

175th Production. This sharply observed, fast moving comedy about emotional relationships in mid-life is a roundelay of marital discord filtered through the two key elements of psychotherapy and bi... almost 3 years ago

Smile (Festival)

over 26 years ago

Stay Where You Are (Festival)

almost 31 years ago

Stepping Out

almost 27 years ago

A Street Car Named Desire

about 24 years ago

Sweet Charity

Bob Fosse's story was based on the Academy Award winning film, Le Notti Di Cabiria, by Italian genius Federico Fellini. After seeing the film in 1957, Fosse immediately saw the potential for a Broa... about 15 years ago

Terra Nova

almost 26 years ago

Thoroughly Modern Millie

Set in New York in 1922 “Thoroughly Modern Millie” tells the story of Millie, a girl from Kansas who comes to New York with the express purpose of transforming herself into a "Modern," a cold-heart... about 11 years ago

Thoroughly Modern Millie

Set in New York in 1922 “Thoroughly Modern Millie” tells the story of Millie, a girl from Kansas who comes to New York with the express purpose of transforming herself into a "Modern," a cold-heart... about 11 years ago

Till I Fall Off (Festival)

TILL I FALL OFF comprises three very short plays (This Property is Condemned, Talk to me Like the Rain and Hullo From Bertha) by Tennessee Williams which reflect the conflicting passions within in ... over 15 years ago

The Visit

This fascinating folk play is in turn intriguing, poetic, funny, atmospheric and highly theatrical. It also makes for a thought provoking evening. Duerrenmatt's macabre parable is his most grotesq... about 20 years ago

Whipping It Up

A sharp, slick, cynical comedy, recently released for amateurs, based around how the Whips operate in Westminster. Scandalously funny it has the same kind of feel as the TV series ‘Yes Minister’. S... almost 8 years ago

White Liars (Festival)

over 24 years ago

White Lies (Festival)

This play is a wonderful comedy with a great comic script written for five women. The comedy is easily found in the text and will require straight delivery to get the most out of the lines. Each ch... almost 7 years ago

Who Was Hilary Maconochie? (Festival)

This play is to be RDG's entry in the Woking and Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2009. James Saunders was one of Britain’s main exponents of the Theatre of the Absurd in the 1960s and la... over 7 years ago

Womberang

Absent Friends

In Absent Friends, Ayckbourn discards his usual technical high jinks and give us a relatively straightforward situation, a consolatory tea party thrown for Colin by his former friends after the dea... over 13 years ago

All My Sons

Performed between 31st March to 3rd April 1999, Magna Carta Theatre, Staines. The 31st March was a Schools performance, other nights were open to the general public. America's most famous living p... almost 19 years ago

The Beggar's Opera

179th Production. The Beggar’s Opera transports us to a grubby London in the eighteenth century. It’s a world of dashing Highwaymen and women of easy virtue. The pulsating score with lilting folk m... about 1 year ago

Beside the Sea

almost 32 years ago

The Birthday Party

Setting - A seaside boarding house. Period 1958 Two sinister strangers arrive at a run-down boarding house enquiring about Stanley Webber, an erstwhile piano player, on the eve of his birthday. S... almost 7 years ago

Broken Glass

Written when Arthur Miller was 78 years old, “Broken Glass” has all the in-depth truth we expect of his plays. It was first presented in England at the National Theatre by Richard Eyre in 1994 with... almost 9 years ago

Broken Glass

Written when Arthur Miller was 78 years old, “Broken Glass” has all the in-depth truth we expect of his plays. It was first presented in England at the National Theatre by Richard Eyre in 1994 with... almost 9 years ago

Calendar Girls

168th production. This play has been specially picked for our November 2012 production at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking. The RDG committee has decided that it would make a most fitting tribute to... about 5 years ago

Cold Comfort Farm

167th Production This adaptation of the well-loved Stella Gibbons’ classic rural novel, set in the 1930s, is written with its tongue firmly in its cheek, giving wonderful opportunities for hilario... over 5 years ago

Crazy For You

171st Production Set in New York and Deadrock, Nevada in the 1930’s. Bobby Child works under the thumb of his overbearing mother in banking but dreams of a life in show business. His attempts to i... about 4 years ago

Dear Diary

Many of us use a diary to record not just milestones in our lives, but also to express inner thoughts and deep emotions; equally, music, song and dance can express profound feelings as we move thro... almost 17 years ago

Enjoy

172nd Production One of Alan Bennett’s early works (1980) this interesting play is rarely performed but did have a recent West End revival and national tour in 2008/9 with Alison Steadman and David... almost 4 years ago

Flapper!

We have chosen a musical called ?Flapper!, jammed packed with great characters from start to finish with a fantastic musical score. The Roaring Twenties was such a colourful decade that the unbeat... almost 8 years ago

For Services Rendered

181st Production. Written in1933 this play paints a bleak picture of post war disillusionment as symbolised by the family of a country solicitor, living in a small village in Kent. This is a power... 6 months ago

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum

almost 22 years ago

Habeas Corpus (2)

Written in the early seventies, Habeas Corpus has proved one of Alan Bennett’s most popular plays. Rather like a satirical merry-go-round, it is a broad comedy written at a time when the phrase ~ ‘... over 6 years ago

Hell and High Water (1)

This production was produced with "From Here to the Library" and "Ill Met by Moonlight" (excerpts from A Midsummer Night's Dream) as part of an evening of plays from new Directors entitled "New Dir... over 28 years ago

Journey's End

This is the most popular anti-war play to appear after World War I. It was first produced professionally by Maurice Browne and starred a young Lawrence Olivier as Captain Stanhope. It still works w... about 10 years ago

The Lightning Play

This play was premiered at the Almeida Theatre, London in 2006. The play has just been released for amateurs so RDG may be the first to perform it. Charlotte Jones is the author of "Humble Boy" whi... over 9 years ago

Lone Star (Festival)

almost 23 years ago

Making History

166th Production. The year is 1591. In England, Elizabeth I is on the throne, Shakespeare is at his peak, and the Reformation is effectively over. In Ireland, various factions and clans are held ... almost 6 years ago

Neville's Island

Perhaps best known for his work writing Preston Front for TV, Tim Firth wrote this play firstly for production at Alan Ayckbourn's 'home' theatre (the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough) in 1992. ... almost 20 years ago

The Passion of Jerome

180th Production. Jerome Furlong is a successful businessman whose life has been carefully constructed from layer upon layer of lies. Jerome wanted to be an architect, building cathedrals but he’s ... 10 months ago

Passion Play

Peter Nicols\' clever, ingenious play is a dissection of adultery. The title contains a deliberate pun for this is a play about sexual love and suffering and the fragile line which divides them. Bo... over 14 years ago

Proof

169th production. Proof is a 2000 play by American playwright David Auburn. Premiered Off-Broadway in May 2000, it transferred to Broadway theatre in October 2000. The play won the 2001 Pulitzer Pr... almost 5 years ago

Quartermaine's Terms

178th Production. Quartermaine’s Terms, first staged in 1981, is perhaps Simon Gray’s finest work; an English drama that stands comparison with Chekhov in its ability to combine comedy with a power... almost 2 years ago

Seven Year Twitch

175th Production. This sharply observed, fast moving comedy about emotional relationships in mid-life is a roundelay of marital discord filtered through the two key elements of psychotherapy and bi... almost 3 years ago

Songs of the Century

To mark the millenium year Carolyn and Paul chose to devise a complilation that takes an affectionate look back at the musical shows of the last century. With such a golden treasure house to choose... almost 18 years ago

Sweet Charity

Bob Fosse's story was based on the Academy Award winning film, Le Notti Di Cabiria, by Italian genius Federico Fellini. After seeing the film in 1957, Fosse immediately saw the potential for a Broa... about 15 years ago

Table Manners

over 25 years ago

Tom Jones (2)

162nd Production. First presented by RDG in 1973. Based on the classic novel by Henry Fielding, this stage version of “Tom Jones” has been described as ‘a rich, ripe and bawdy romp’, but for all ... about 7 years ago

Travels With My Aunt

176th Production. Graham Greene is probably best known for works like ‘Brighton Rock’, ‘The Third Man’ and ‘Our Man in Havana’. For fun he wrote ‘Travels With My Aunt’ in 1969 which in 1972 was mad... over 2 years ago

Twelfth Night

Directed by Jane Walters. RDG's first foray into the world of Shakespeare, our production was a lively ensemble piece, simple set and costumed (modern) accompanied by specially composed music, song... over 18 years ago

Twelfth Night

Directed by Jane Walters. RDG's first foray into the world of Shakespeare, our production was a lively ensemble piece, simple set and costumed (modern) accompanied by specially composed music, song... over 18 years ago

What the Butler Saw (Festival)

almost 30 years ago

When We Are Married

170th Production. 1908. In the heart of Northern England, three respectable couples, married on the same day, at the same church and by the same vicar, join to celebrate 25 years of blissful matrim... over 4 years ago

White Christmas

182nd Production. One of the most famous and well-loved films of all time is brought to the stage, telling a story of love and loyalty through the wonderful music and lyrics of Irving Berlin. A col... about 2 months ago

Woman in Mind

over 20 years ago

Best Supporting Player Frankie Godliman Elmbridge Festival - 1998
Best Supporting Actress Frankie Godliman Woking Festival - 1996
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Elmbridge Festival - 1996
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Woking Festival - 1992
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Woking Festival - 1990
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Woking Festival - 1988
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Spelthorne Festival - 2002
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Woking Drama Festival - 2003
Best Supporting Actress Frankie Godliman Elmbridge Festival - 1985
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Elmbridge Festival - 1984
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Woking Drama Festival - 1975
Best Supporting Actress Frankie Godliman Woking Festival - 2008
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Elmbridge Drama Festival - 2009
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival - 2009
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival - 2010
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Woking Drama Festival - 2011
Best Actress Frankie Godliman Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival - 2011
Best Actress Award Frankie Godliman Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival - 2014