Gerry Ball had worked in a variety of occupations including theatre. Originally trained as an engineer, he decided to join the theatre, following National Service, in stage management. In 1960, he directed his first rep season on the Isle of Wight, which was followed by seasons in Torquay, Bournemouth and Bradford, throughout the decade.
For 20 years, Gerry worked as a dramatherapist and directing youth theatre, involving the occasional fringe production. He devised and directed a pageant covering 250 years of a Wimbledon School, involving all 450 pupils. He had written a novel interlocking the world of theatre and therapy.
Murder After Hours
Co-written with Aubrey Danvers Walker
First produced in Shanklin, Isle of Wight
Co-written with Bernard G High
First produced in Torquay
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