Eta, Zeta, Pi and Theta
Elaine Turvey as Eta, Hilary Dewhirst as Zeta ('girls of infinite charm' - to quote the Cast List), Roy Mace as Pi (his catch line was 'Oh dear, I feel thick' - spoken with a lisp) and Richard Goodswen as Theta.
The props were ingenious, for the time, and included a flying saucer that presented problems for the backstage crew in the confined space of Tomlinson Hall. The 'computer' - or 'Electronic Wishing Machine' - was still around in a Hut 23 side room as late as 1964.
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