Music - a Memory of Bletchley.

Was'nt in the WAAF, bit too young, but I was at Bletchley Park in 1950/51, with the Ministry of Aviation, training to be a Teleprinter Op before going to Birdlip Radio Station, and then Croydon Signals Centre.
We went one evening to see a production of 'The Desert Song' performed by local RAF personnel, in the village (?) hall at the entrance to the Park. The 'Red Shadow' role was sung by a guy named Roy something,(Harris ?) and he was fantastic. The supporting cast were pretty impressive too
Wonder if anyone else remembers and knows what became of him/any of them?
Happy days.
Olive.

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