The Prescotian Webzine

  Lez Brotherston, as a theatre designer who has won a Tony award, two Drama Desk awards for set and costume design, the Outer Critics Circle award, all on Broadway for his designs for the AMP Swan Lake, an Olivier award in Londons West End for outstanding achievement in design for AMP Cinderella and more recently last year was awarded the Critics Circle dance award for achievement in Dance. He has and continues to design for theatre in Londons West End , Broadway, touring and Europe. He is currently designing for the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden (The Soldiers Tale), Edward Scissorhands for New Adventures, A musical of Far Pavillions for the West End, Highland Fling for New Adventures for UK tour , Broadway and L.A. He is an exceptional theatre designer and enjoys continuing success. More >>>>>>>>
  Sue Johnston, a famous old girl of the other Grammar school is Sue Johnstone who used to play Sheila Grant in Brookside and later found greater fame as Barbara Royle in the Royle Family. Recently honoured on 'This is Your Life', fondly remembering her days at PGGS! More >>>>>>>
  Danny McCall, famous as a Brookside regular for six years. He has also acted as presenter on Going Live and Saturday Disney, appeared in the film Borrowed Time, and taken the lead role of Billy Fury in the stage version of The Sound of Fury, recording a hit single "Whose heart is it anyway."
    Brian Blades, dancer and actor Brian Blades, who has died aged 84, won the all-England stage dancing championship as a 14-year-old, he beat into second place a Miss Peggy Hookham, better known later as Dame Margot Fonteyn. More >>>>>>

Contact Us | Legal Stuff