Edwina Edwards, also began in the 1953 pantomime, Dick Whittington as a Lehmiski lady.
“Someone said if you don’t do it right she would hit you round the ankles with a cane! But she was a wonderful ballet teacher. You learned that when you were rehearsing for panto, you used to watch to see what her reaction would be. If she thought you were watching her, she would pick on you! So after the first year, you learned never to look at her, just dance and take no notice."