Susan Moore, the elder daughter of Reg and Dorothy Calvert, has written two plays about her parents. School of Rock & Roll deals with their time managing singers and groups, and promoting dances, during the early days of pop, while Death of a Pirate covers the dramatic and ultimately tragic events which took place around Radio City, the offshore station they owned. Susan has very kindly forwarded the theatre programme from the premier performance of these plays which took place in October 2009.
If any directors or theatre groups are interested in putting these plays on, Susan would be delighted to hear from you.
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