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Pace Eggers, Easter 2003

Pete Coe and Paul Wolfgang Webster

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Midgley Pace Eggers

Midgley Pace Eggers 2003, Slasher revives outside Holme Street Post Office, Hebden Bridge Midgley Pace Eggers 2003, Left to right: St.George, Bold Slasher, Hector at Midgley Bus Turning Circle Midgley Pace Eggers 2003, Black Prince of Paradine in Luddenden Village Midgley Pace Eggers 2003, Group photo with their costumed female collectors in St.George's Square, Hebden Bridge

Good Friday, 18th April 2003, Yorkshire, England

Curtain Theatre Players, Rochdale, 2003

Curtain Theatre Players, Rochdale, "Ouch that smarts!". Slasher has just received a sword between the cheeks from St.George. Curtain Theatre Players, Rochdale, "The itch, the pitch, the palsy and the gout". The Doctor explains her skills to the Fool and has cast a spell on him. Curtain Theatre Players, Rochdale, "If thou be not quite dead, rise Slasher and fight again."<br>The Doctor gives Slasher Gosipher Losipher drops from the bottle.

The Curtain Theatre Players performing their Pace Egg play on the 20th April 2003 at the Spring Inn, Balderstone, Rochdale, Lancashire, England

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