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2005-2009

RSC 2005 director: Michael Boyd

STRATFORD

2005: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST/31 March) Souvenir Programme
Miles Richardson, Bridgitta Roy, Tom Hodgkins, Sinead Keenan, Oscar Pearce, Trystan Gravelle, Caitlin Mottram, Paul Chahidi, Malcolm Storry (as Bottom), Jamie Ballard, Patrick Waldron, David Rogers, Edward Clayton, Jonathan Slinger (as Puck), Joe Dixon (as Oberon), Amanda Harris (as Titania), Bettrys Jones, Alice Barclay, Peter Bankole, Geoffrey Lumb, Chris McGill, Stewart W Fraser; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 9.5x11.75 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, synopsis, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] £5

2005: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST/22 April) Souvenir Programme
Barnaby Kay (as Orsino), Alan Morrissey, Kevin Trainor, Kananu Kirimi (as Viola), Christopher Obi, Nicky Henson, Meg Fraser, John MacKay, Forbes Masson, Aislin McGuckin, Richard Cordery (as Malvolio), Peter Bygott, Neil McKinven, Gurpreet Singh, Christopher Robert, Eke Chukwu, Barrie Palmer, Sally Tatum; dir:Michael Boyd [44pp, 9.5x11.75 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, synopsis, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] £5

2005: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (RST/15 July) Souvenir Programme
Christopher Colquhoun (as Antipholus of Ephesus), Forbes Masson (as Dromio of Ephesus), Suzanne Burden (as Adriana), Sinead Keenan, Bettrys Jones, Kevin Trainor, Richard Cordery, Joe Dixon (as Antipholus of Syracuse), Jonathan Slinger (as Dromio of Syracuse), Frances Jeater, Neil McKinven, Christopher Robert, Christopher Obi, Oscar Pearce, Geoffrey Lumb, Diveen Henry, Tom Hodgkins, Alice Barclay, Eke Chukwu, Stewart W Fraser; dir:Nancy Meckler [40pp, 9.5x11.75 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, synopsis, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] £5

2005: AS YOU LIKE IT (RST/5 August) Souvenir Programme
Barnaby Kay (as Orlando), Patrick Waldron, Patrick MacKay, Alan Morrissey, David Rogers, Amanda Harris, Lia Williams (as Rosalind), Paul Chahidi, Miles Richardson, Jonathan Newth, Sally Tatum, Joseph Mydell (as Jaques), Gurpreet Singh, Jamie Ballard, Peter Bygott, Meg Fraser, Edward Clayton, Caitlin Mottram, Trystan Gravelle, Peter Bankole, Chris McGill, Barrie Palmer; dir:Dominic Cooke [40pp, 9.5x11.75 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, synopsis, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; with flyer SIGNED by Lia Williams; VG] (£5) SOLD

2005: GREAT EXPECTATIONS - Charles Dickens, adapted by Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod (RST) Souvenir Programme
Samuel Roukin (as Pip), Harry Davies, Jack Cheesbrough, Sophie Duval, Roger Sloman, Brian Doherty, Julius D'Silva, Tobias Beer, Philip Cumbus, Gwendoline Christie, Adam Newsome, Emma Lowndes, Jo Woodcock, Sian Phillips (as Miss Havisham), Jack Fielding, George Haynes, Richard Bremmer, Jem Wall, Robert Hastie (as Herbert Pocket), Philip McGinley, Ruth Everett, Neve McIntosh (as Estella), Joseph MacNab; dir:Declan Donnellan, designed by Nick Ormerod [44pp, 9.5x11.75 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, synopsis, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] £5

2005: THE HOLLOW CROWN - devised by John Barton (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alan Howard, Richard Johnson / Clive Francis, Donald Sinden, Harriet Walter, Stephen Gray; dir:John Barton [36pp, 8.25x11.75 (large-size); photographs and biographies of the company, details of the entertainment, history of 'The Hollow Crown', company lists etc.; VG] £4

2005: THOMAS MORE - Anthony Munday, William Shakespeare and others (Swan Theatre/9 March) Souvenir Programme
Michelle Butterly, Kevin Harvey, Mark Springer, Barry Aird, David Hinton, Ian Drysdale, Nigel Betts, Fred Ridgeway, Ewen Cummins, Nigel Cooke (as Sir Thomas More), Keith Osborn, Peter Bramhill, Julian Stolzenberg, Jon Foster, Tim Treloar, Michael Jenn, James Hayes, Geoffrey Freshwater, Teresa Banham, Vinette Robinson, Miranda Colchester, Evelyn Duah; dir:Robert Delamere [36pp, 9.5x10.2; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, biographies w.photos etc.; a stylish programme; VG] (£4) SOLD

2005: A NEW WAY TO PLEASE YOU - Thomas Middleton and William Rowley (Swan Theatre/16 March) Souvenir Programme
Jonjo O'Neill (as Simonides), Keith Osborn, Nigel Betts, Matt Ryan (as Cleanthes), Geoffrey Freshwater, Teresa Banham, Evelyn Duah (as Hippolita), Barry Stanton, Peter De Jersey (as Duke Evander), David Hinton, Jon Foster, Julian Stolzenberg, Mark Springer, Fred Ridgeway, Vinette Robinson, Miranda Colchester, James Hayes, Ishia Bennison, Michelle Butterly; dir:Sean Holmes [36pp, 9.5x10.2; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, biographies w.photos etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £4

2005: BELIEVE WHAT YOU WILL - Philip Massinger, Ian McHugh (Swan Theatre/18 May) Souvenir Programme
Mark Springer, Nigel Cooke (as Marcellus), Peter De Jersey (as Antiochus), Ian Drysdale, Jonjo O'Neill, Peter Bramhill, Barry Stanton, Kevin Harvey, Barry Aird, Ewen Cummins, William Houston (as Flaminius), Matt Ryan, Julian Stolzenberg, David Hinton, Tim Treloar, Fred Ridgeway, Evelyn Duah, Michelle Butterly, Teresa Banham; dir:Josie Rourke [36pp, 9.5x10.2; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 7 rehearsal photos, biographies w.photos etc.; a stylish programme; SIGNED by 9 cast members; VG] £4

2005: SEJANUS: HIS FALL - Ben Jonson (Swan Theatre/20 July) Souvenir Programme
Barry Stanton (as Tiberius), Matt Ryan, Miranda Colchester, Nigel Betts, Peter Bramhill, Ishia Bennison, Jonjo O'Neill, Jon Foster, Vinette Robinson, Geoffrey Freshwater, James Hayes, Nigel Cooke, Keith Osborn, William Houston (as Sejanus), Peter De Jersey (as Macro), Barry Aird, Ewen Cummins, Kevin Harvey, Ian Drysdale, Michael Jenn, Tim Treloar; dir:Gregory Doran [36pp, 9.5x10.2; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 11 rehearsal photos, biographies w.photos etc.; a stylish programme; SIGNED by all 21 cast members; VG] £5

2005: SPEAKING LIKE MAGPIES - Frank McGuinness (Swan Theatre/21 September) Souvenir Programme
Kevin Harvey, Michelle Butterly, William Houston, Teresa Banham, Vinette Robinson, Miranda Colchester, Jon Foster, Keith Osborn, Julian Stolzenburg, Peter Bramhill, Fred Ridgeway, Nigel Cooke, Ishia Bennison, Jonjo O'Neill, Matt Ryan, Barry Aird; dir:Rupert Goold [36pp, 9.5x10.2; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, biographies w.photos etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £4

2005: THE CANTERBURY TALES - Geoffrey Chaucer, Mike Poulton (Swan Theatre/16+23 November) Souvenir Programme
Nick Barber, Claire Benedict, Daon Broni, Sylan Charles, Paola Dionisotti, Lisa Ellis, Christopher Godwin, Mark Hadfield, Michael Hadley, Anna Hewson, Edward Hughes, Michael Jibson, Michael Matus, Barry McCarthy, Chu Omambala, Ian Pirie, Joshua Richards, Christopher Saul, Katherine Tozer, Darren Tunstall; dir:Gregory Doran, Rebecca Gatward, Jonathan Munby [40pp, 9.5x11.7; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, biographies w.photos etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £4

2005 (Jun-Nov): REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Full-colour illustrated Performance Schedule for 1st June-5th November 2005: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, TWELFTH NIGHT, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, AS YOU LIKE IT, Gunpowder Season (THOMAS MORE, A NEW WAY TO PLEASE YOU, BELIEVE WHAT YOU WILL, SEJANUS: HIS FALL, and SPEAKING LIKE MAGPIES), New Writing (SOLSTICE, and THE AMERICAN PILOT), New Work Festival, RSC Events, Full Performance Schedule, Booking Details, Prices, Discounts, Visitor Information, Stratford Winter Season, Seating Plans for the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and The Swan Theatre, company list etc. [28pp, 5.9x9.9; press comments, brief cast details for each play, 12+ colour photographs, illustrations etc.; VG] £2

2005 (Summer): REPERTOIRE LEAFLET (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Full-colour large-size repertoire leaflet, advertising A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, TWELFTH NIGHT, THOMAS MORE, A NEW WAY TO PLEASE YOU, BELIEVE WHAT YOU WILL, SEJANUS: HIS FALL, and SPEAKING LIKE MAGPIES [4pp, 11.75x16.5 in original neat horizontal fold; brief details of each play, reviews, 12 full-colour production photos, Visitor Information, Theatre Tours, Eating and Drinking, How To Book etc.; VG] £1

LONDON

2005: KING LEAR (RSC at The Albery Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Corin Redgrave (as King Lear), Emily Raymond, Caolan Byrne, Ruth Gemmell, Anatol Yusef, Sian Brooke, Samuel Clemens, Jack Whitam, Louis Hilyer, David Hargreaves (as Gloucester), Pal Aron, Matthew Rhys, Michael G Jones, Leo Wringer (as Fool), Sean Hannaway, Peter Bygott, Jonathan Forbes, Louise Bangay, Matt Cross, Tam Mutu; dir:Bill Alexander [44pp, 9.5x13.25 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] (£5) SOLD

2005: MACBETH (RSC at The Albery Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Louise Bangay, Ruth Gemmell, Meg Fraser, Richard Cordery, Pal Aron, Neil Madden, Jack Whitam, Zachary Fox, Steven Williams, Forbes Masson, John MacKay, Greg Hicks (as Macbeth), Louis Hilyer (as Banquo), Sian Thomas (as Lady Macbeth), John Killoran, Clive Wood, Michael G Jones, Ian Drysdale, Sean Hannaway, Tommy Knight, Matthew Thomas-Davies, Emily Knight, Shannon Wake; dir:Dominic Cooke [44pp, 9.5x13.25 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] £5

2005: HECUBA - Euripides, translated by Tony Harrison (RSC at The Albery Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Matthew Douglas, Vanessa Redgrave (as Hecuba), Charlotte Allam, Jane Arden, Rosalie Craig, Maisie Dimbleby, Barbara Gellhorn, Aileen Gonsalves, Michele Moran, Katherine O'Shea, Sasha Oakley, Judith Paris, Sarah Quist, Natalie Turner-Jones, Lydia Leonard, Darrell D'Silva (as Odysseus, Polymestor), Alan Dobie (as Talthybius), Judith Paris, Malcolm Tierney (as Agamemnon), Christopher Terry, Matthew Douglas, Harry Jackson, Farah Mohamed, Darcy Solomon, Andre Symeou; dir:Laurence Boswell [44pp, 9.5x13.25 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] £5

2005: THE DOG IN THE MANGER (El perro del hortelano) - Lope De Vega, translated by David Johnston (Playhouse/1 February) Souvenir Programme
Rebecca Johnson (as Diana), Joseph Millson (as Teodoro), Simon Trinder, Peter Sproule, Joseph Chance, Emma Pallant, Melanie MacHugh, Claire Cox (as Marcela), Katherine Kelly, John Ramm, Julius D'Silva, Oscar Pearce, Oliver Williams, John Stahl, James Chalmers, John Wark; dir:Laurence Boswell [40pp, 9.4x10.2; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, biographies w.photos etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £4

2005 (Jan): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Update on the cancellation of Stratford performances of HECUBA (w.Vanessa Redgrave); performances of THE HOLLOW CROWN (w.Alan Howard and Donald Sinden); THE SPANISH GOLDEN AGE at the Playhouse (w.3 photos); New Work at the Soho Theatre; TYNAN at the Arts Theatre (w.Corin Redgrave); RSC Redevelopment Update; RSC information etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2005 (Feb): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Announcement of the COMPLETE WORKS FESTIVAL; Priority Booking dates; Winter Season Update; London Update; Offers and Discounts; RSC Friends information etc. [2pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £free

2005 (Apr): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Press comments on THOMAS MORE and A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS (w.4 photos); Vanessa Redgrave in HECUBA; RSC Redevelopment Update; Members information etc. [2pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £free

2005 (Jun): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Press comment on A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, TWELFTH NIGHT, THOMAS MORE, A NEW WAY TO PLEASE YOU, and BELIEVE WHAT YOU WILL (w.5 photos); forthcoming London Seasons; THE AMERICAN PILOT and SOLSTICE at The Other Place; Membership Benefits, Offers etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2005 (Aug): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Press comment on THE COMEDY OF ERRORS and SEJANUS: HIS FALL (w.2 photos); ticket prices; Redevelopment update; Festival Proms Week; forthcoming visit to Newcastle (w.photo); New Work Festival (w.photo); Stratford Winter Season announcement (w.photo); JULIUS CAESAR at the Lyric Hammersmith etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2005 (Nov): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Casting Update (photos of Sian Phillips, Ian Glen and Penelope Wilton); Newcastle Season Nov-Dec (w.photo); RSC Gifts; THE CANTERBURY TALES Tour update; Searching For Shakespeare Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery (w.photo); London Season; Press comment on AS YOU LIKE IT and SPEAKING LIKE MAGPIES (w.2 photos); New Work Festival March/April 2006; Transforming Our Theatres Project Update (w.2 photos) etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2005: RSC YEARBOOK 2005
This superb Souvenir Yearbook contains features on all the 2005 plays, with 190 magnificent full-colour production photos of THOMAS MORE (w.Nigel Cooke - 10 photos), A NEW WAY TO PLEASE YOU (w.JonJo O'Neill, Michelle Butterly, Matt Ryan, Fred Ridgeway - 10 photos), HECUBA (w.Vanessa Redgrave - 10 photos), SOLSTICE (w.Peter Bygott, Suzanne Burden, Sally Tatum - 11 photos), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (w.Joe Dixon, Jonathan Slinger, Malcolm Storry - 10 photos), TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Forbes Masson, Sally Tatum - 10 photos), THE AMERICAN PILOT (w.David Rogers, David Rintoul - 10 photos), BELIEVE WHAT YOU WILL (w.Peter de Jersey, Barry Stanton, William Houston - 10 photos), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (w.Christopher Colquhoun, Forbes Masson, Joe Dixon - 10 photos), SEJANUS: HIS FALL (w.William Houston, Barry Stanton, Ishia Bennison - 10 photos), AS YOU LIKE IT (w.Lia Williams, Barnaby Kay - 10 photos), SPEAKING LIKE MAGPIES (w.William Houston, Teresa Banham, Barry Aird - 10 photos), New Work Festival: BREAKFAST WITH MUGABE, POSTCARDS FROM AMERICA, TRADE, NOWHERE TO BELONG, SEASON OF MIGRATION TO THE NORTH, SWEET CHARITY PART 2 (w.Kevin Trainor, Lia Williams, David Rintoul, Joseph Mydell - 8 photos), THE CANTERBURY TALES (w.Mark Hadfield, Claire Benedict, Paola Dionisotti - 10 photos), GREAT EXPECTATIONS (w.Sian Phillips, Samuel Roukin, Neve McIntosh - 10 photos), THE CRUCIBLE (w.Iain Glen, Zoe Thorne, Elaine Cassidy, James Laurenson - 10 photos), WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN (w.Penelope Wilton, Hayley Atwell, Michael Thomas - 10 photos), THE HOLLOW CROWN (w.Harriet Walter, Richard Johnson, Donald Sinden, Alan Howard - 10 photos); Introduction by Michael Boyd, Cast Lists, full Company list, double-page montage of 11 production photos, more than 190 colour photographs in all [84pp, 8.25x11.75; cover photo of Jonathan Slinger in THE COMEDY OF ERRORS; VG] £15

RSC 2006 director: Michael Boyd

STRATFORD

2006: THE CRUCIBLE (RST/16 February) Souvenir Programme
Ian Gelder, Zoe Thorne, Lorna Gayle, Elaine Cassidy (as Abigail Williams), Laura Elphinstone, Caroline O'Neill, James Staddon, Alison Garland, Michelle Terry, Iain Glen (as John Proctor), Darlene Johnson, Trevor Peacock, Robert Bowman, Helen Schlesinger (as Elizabeth Proctor), Clifford Rose, Ken Bradshaw, Tim Chipping, John Stahl, James Laurenson (as Deputy-Governor Danforth), Susan McGoun, James Pearse, Catherine Skinner, Cassie Joseph; dir:Dominic Cooke [44pp, 9.5x13.25 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] £5

2006: ROMEO AND JULIET (RST/6 April) Souvenir Programme
Jonny Weir, Jamie Ballard (as Mercutio), Simon Bubb, Amy Brown, Patrick Romer, Eliza Hunt, Rupert Evans (as Romeo), Geoffrey Lumb, John Heffernan (as Balthasar), Curtis Flowers, Nicholas Day, Caroline Wildi, Morven Christie (as Juliet), Adam Rayner, Sorcha Cusack (as Nurse), Sam O'Mahony-Adams, Leon Tanner, Shane Frater, Christopher Davies, David Fielder (as Friar Laurence), Steven Beard, Yvette Rochester-Duncan, Olivia Coldicutt, Lucy Morris, Lucy Walkind; dir:Nancy Meckler [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: JULIUS CAESAR (RST/6 May) Souvenir Programme
David Rubin, Ewen Cummins, James Hayes (as Julius Caesar), Joseph Alessi, Golda Rosheuvel, Ariyon Bakare (as Mark Antony), Luke Neal, John Light (as Brutus), Finbar Lynch (Cassius), Craig Gazey, Rob Carroll, Keith Osborn, Paul Barnhill, Chris Jarman, Mariah Gale (as Portia), Ravi Aujla, Allyson Brown, Edmund Kingsley, Nick Court; dir:Sean Holmes [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: THE TEMPEST (RST/28 July) Souvenir Programme
Patrick Stewart (as Prospero), Mariah Gale (as Miranda), Julian Bleach (as Ariel), John Light (as Caliban), Ken Bones, Finbar Lynch, Nick Court, John Hopkins, James Hayes, Craig Gazey, Joseph Alessi, Chris Jarman, Edmund Kingsley, Paul Barnhill, Allyson Brown, Golda Rosheuvel, Emma Jay Thomas, Ravi Aujla, Rob Carroll, Luke Neal, David Rubin; dir: Rupert Goold [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (RST/31 August) Souvenir Programme
Edinburgh International Festival / RSC production: Arthur Cox, Henry Pettigrew (as Troilus), Paul Jesson (as Pandarus), Simon Armstrong, Annabel Scholey (as Cressida), Richard Clothier, Adam Levy, Roger May, Ian Hogg (as Agamemnon), John Franklyn-Robbins, David Yelland (as Ulysses), John Kane, Richard Wills-Cotton, Ian Hughes (as Thersites), Julian Lewis Jones, Vincent Regan, Oliver Kieran-Jones, Jeffry Wickham, Kate Miles, Rachel Pickup (as Helen), Charlotte Moore, Jonathan Thomson, Tom Poulson, John Beale, Jeronimo Best, Stephen Giles, Stephen Leask, Otis Waby, Stephen Hagan, Kyle Redmond Jones, Patrick Knowles, Sean McConaghy, Danny Seldon; dir:Peter Stein [24pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, 9 colour production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006 (25 Oct-18 Nov): THE CUBE Season (Cube Studio Theatre in the RST auditorium) Season Programme
ROUGH MAGYCK (Forkbeard Fantasy), HAMLET (Tiny Ninja Theater), TALES OF JUNE (Compagnia Pippo Delbono), ONE OF THOSE DAYS - Leo Butler (RSC play reading), KING LEAR (Yellow Earth Theatre), TWELFTH NIGHT (Filter), and THE INDIAN BOY - Rona Munro (RSC) [36pp, 7.9x7.9; feature on each production in the season, with cast lists, credits, 35+ biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

2006: MERRY WIVES The Musical - Shakespeare, Greg Doran, Paul Englishby, Ranjit Bolt (RST/2 December) Souvenir Programme
Simon Callow (as Sir John Falstaff), Ian Pirie, Ian Conningham, Brendan O'Hea, Matt Cross, Jeffery Dench, Simon Trinder, Tobias Beer, Rob Edwards, Haydn Gwynne (as Mistress Page), Scarlett Strallen (as Anne Page), Alistair McGowan (as Frank Ford), Alexandra Gilbreath (as Mistress Ford), Ian Hughes, Robert Burt, Paul Chahidi, Christopher Colley, Judi Dench (as Mistress Quickly), Martin Crewes, Simon Thomas, Dominic Colchester, Mary Doherty, Anna Lowe, Lisa Thorner, Callum Ainslie, Nathaniel Barber, James Burman, Cian Cheesbrough, Daniel Ciotkowski, Jeremy Franklin, Louis Hamblett, Harry Heap, Sam Pigott, William Savage, Hamish Watson, Jojo Wheatley; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: HENRY VI Part 2 (Courtyard Theatre/14 July) Cast List
Paul Hamilton, Jonathan Slinger, Geoffrey Freshwater, Antony Bunsee, Tom Hodgkins, Richard Cordery, Nicholas Asbury, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Roger Watkins, Patrice Naiambana, Forbes Masson, Maureen Beattie, James Tucker, Lex Shrapnel, Keith Bartlett, Kieran Hill, John MacKay, Wela Frasier, Chuk Iwuji (as King Henry VI), Miles Richardson, Hannah Barrie, Alexia Healy, Ann Ogbomo, Julius D'Silva, Katy Stephens (as Queen Margaret), Clive Wood, Matt Costain, Chris McGill, Keith Dunphy; dir:Michael Boyd [single cast sheet, 4.25x11.75; Cast list, credits etc.; VG] (£free) SOLD

2006: HENRY VI Part 3 (Courtyard Theatre/9 August) Cast List
Keith Bartlett, Lex Shrapnel, Roger Watkins, Miles Richardson, Nicholas Asbury, Chris McGill, Paul Hamilton, Patrice Naiambana, Kieran Hill, Forbes Masson, Wela Frasier, James Tucker, Chuk Iwuji (as King Henry VI), Alexia Healy, Ann Ogbomo, Keith Dunphy, Tom Hodgkins, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Richard Cordery, Matt Costain, Hannah Barrie, Katy Stephens (as Queen Margaret), Jonathan Slinger (as Richard), Clive Wood, Julius D'Silva, John MacKay; dir:Michael Boyd [single cast sheet, 4.25x11.75; Cast list, credits etc.; VG] (£free) SOLD

2006: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Courtyard Theatre/27 August) in Portuguese
Nos Do Morro / Gallery 37 production: Thiago Dos Santos Martins, Renan Monteiro, Roberta Rodrigues, Luis Henrique Delfino Rodrigues, Mary Sheila De Paula Costa, Cecilia Aparecida Da Silva Alves, Aldino Santos Brito, Alexis Martins Froes Abraham, Sandro De Matos Ribeiro, Joao Andre Rodrigues De Lima, Pedro Caetano Goncalves De Lima, Diogo De Brito Sales, Renato Rocha, Micael Leandro De Farias Borges, Tatiana Delfina Rodriguez, Mariana De Oliveira Bezerra, Lara Hall, Tasnim Baxter, Joshua Purfield-Clark, Natalie Lyon, Shafiq Dad, Dina Choudhury, Andre Hesson, Omar Khan, Onelia Sylvester, Andrew Nguyen; dir:Guti Fraga [8pp, 5.5x11.75; articles, synopsis, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

2006: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Courtyard Theatre/13 September) Souvenir Programme
Theatre Royal Bath / Peter Hall Company production: James Laurenson (as The Duke), Barry Stanton, Richard Dormer (as Angelo), Michael Mears (as Lucio), Annette Badland, Teddy Kempner, Ben Turner (as Claudio), Susie Trayling, Paul Bentall, Malcolm Ridley, Simon Thorp, Andrea Riseborough (as Isabella), Pauline Turner, Edward Bennett, Robert Gill, Andrew Coppin, Caitlin Mottram, Peter Cadden; dir:Peter Hall [24pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, 7 colour production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Courtyard Theatre/2 November) Souvenir Programme
Propellor / Watermill production: Dugald Bruce-Lockhart (as Christopher Sly / Petruchio), Tam Williams, Tony Bell, Alasdair Craig, Bob Barrett (as Baptista), Simon Scardifield (as Katherine), Jon Trenchard, Chris Myles, Jack Tarlton, Jason Baughan, Joe Flynn, Jason Baughan, Dominic Tighe, Chris Myles, Tom McDonald; dir:Edward Hall [24pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, 9 production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN - Thomas Middleton (Swan Theatre/16 February) Souvenir Programme
Tim Pigott-Smith (as Duke of Florence), Michael Thomas, Julian Curry (as Fabritio), Rob Edwards (as Hippolito), Peter Guinness, Bruce MacKinnon, Elliot Cowan (as Leantio), Paul Rider, Penelope Wilton (as Livia), Emma Cunniffe (as Isabella), Hayley Atwell (as Bianca), Susan Engel (as Widow), Jonathan Bex, Leon Ockenden, Mary Chater, Claudia Renton, Gesella Ohaka, Trevor Allan Davies, Morgan James, Callum Ainslie, Joshua Bee, James Burman, James Carden, Daniel Ciotkowski, Harrison Donley; dir:Laurence Boswell [40pp, 9.5x11.75 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; SIGNED by Penelope Wilton and three others; VG] (£5) SOLD

2006: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Swan Theatre/12 April) Souvenir Programme
Harriet Walter (as Cleopatra), Patrick Stewart (as Mark Antony), John Hopkins (as Octavius Caesar), James Hayes, Ariyon Bakare, Mariah Gale (as Octavia), Ken Bones (as Enobarbus), Chris Jarman, Joseph Alessi, Paul Barnhill, Rob Carroll, Ewen Cummins, Ravi Aujla, Edmund Kingsley, Keith Osborn, Luke Neal, Nick Court, Golda Rosheuvel, Emma Jay Thomas, Julian Bleach, David Rubin, Allyson Brown, Craig Gazey; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 9.5x11.75 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; a spectacular programme; SIGNED by Harriet Walter and 8 others; VG] £5

2006: PERICLES and THE WINTER'S TALE (Swan Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Frances Ashman, Jason Barnett, Linda Bassett (as Paulina; Bawd, Cerimon), Jonathan Clowes (as Mamillius), Nigel Cooke (as Polixenes; Lysimachus), Danny Dalton, Amanda Daniels, Maynard Eziashi, Kate Fleetwood (as Hermione; Thaisa), Trystan Gravelle, Simon Harrison, Nyasha Hatendi, Richard Katz (as Autolycus; Boult), Robin Lawrence, Anton Lesser (as Leontes), Richard Moore, Lucian Msamati (as Pericles), Joseph Mydell (as Camillo; Gower), Ben Onwukwe, Ashley Rolfe, Clarence Smith, Edward Statham (as Mamillius), Michelle Terry (as Perdita; Philemon), Mark Theodore, Ony Uhiara (Lady; Marina); dir:Dominic Cooke [48pp, 7.9x11.75; cast lists, extensive illustrated articles, synopses, 16 colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Swan Theatre/11 May) Souvenir Programme
Leon Tanner, Yvette Rochester-Duncan, Tamsin Greig (as Beatrice), Joseph Millson (as Benedick), Jamie Ballard, Curtis Flowers, Geoffrey Lumb, Adam Rayner, Bette Bourne (as Dogberry), Jonny Weir, Patrick Robinson (as Don Pedro), Patrick Romer, Morven Christie, Nicholas Day, Amy Brown, Simon Bubb, John Heffernan (as The Sexton), Caroline Wildi, Steven Beard, Christopher Davies, Curtis Flowers, Shane Frater, Sam O'Mahony-Adams; dir: Marianne Elliott [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

2006: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Swan Theatre/7 June) Souvenir Programme
Dash Arts / British Council / RSC production: Ajay Kumar (as Puck/Philostrate), Archana Ramaswamy (as Titania/Hippolyta), P R Jijoy (as Oberon/Theseus), J Jayakumar, Yuki Ellias, Prasanna Mahagamage, Chandan Roy Sanyal, Shanaya Rafaat, Ashwatthama J D, Joy Fernandes (as Bottom), Joyraj Bhattacharya, T Gopalakrishnan, Umesh Jagtap, Jitu Shastri, Faezeh Jalali, M Palani, D Padmakumar, Tapan Das, Dharminder Pawar, Ram Pawar; dir:Tim Supple [24pp, 7.75x11.75; illustrated articles, 8 colour production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £5

2006: HENRY IV Parts 1 and 2 (Swan Theatre/6 July) Souvenir Programme
Chicago Shakespeare Theatre production: David Lively (as King Henry IV), Jeffrey Carlson (as Prince Hal), Jay Whittaker, Brian Herriott, Matt Schwader, Scott Jaeck, Robert Scogin, Braden Moran, Matt Hawkins, Greg Vinkler (as Falstaff), Lusia Strus, Timothy Edward Kane, Dan Kenney, Ross Lehman, Kevin Gudahl, Susan Hart, Bruce A Young, Mike Nussbaum, Richard Manera, John Douglas Thompson (as Hotspur), Kate Fry, John Reeger, Jessie Mueller, Dale Benson; dir:Barbara Gaines [24pp, 7.9x11.75; illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £5

2006: KING JOHN (Swan Theatre/3 August) Souvenir Programme
Richard McCabe (as King John), Ralph Davis, Jamie Thomas, Sorcha Cusack (as Queen Eleanor), Jonny Weir, Patrick Robinson, Adam Rayner, Sam O'Mahony-Adams, Steven Beard, Joseph Millson (as Faulconbridge), Simon Bubb, Eliza Hunt, John Heffernan, Tamsin Greig (as Constance), Nicholas Day, Rupert Evans, Jamie Ballard, Shane Frater, Geoffrey Lumb, Leon Tanner, Christopher Davies, Sam Cox, Morven Christie, Curtis Flowers, David Fielder, Charles Hamblett, James Parris, Amy Brown; dir:Josie Rourke [40pp, 7.9x11.6; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 10 colour rehearsal photos, synopsis, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £5

2006: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Swan Theatre/17 August) Souvenir Programme
Shakespeare Theatre Company, USA production: Rock Kohli, Hank Stratton (as Berowne), Floyd King, Michael Milligan, Geraint Wyn Davies (as Don Armado), Aubrey Deeker, James Rana, Ted Van Griethuysen, Jolly Abraham, Colleen Delany, Amir Arison, Erik Steele, Angela Pierce, Emery Battis, Nick Choksi, Claire Lautier (as Princess of France), Sabrina LeBeauf, Jordan Coughtry, Blake Ellis, Kunal Nayya, Nicholas Urda, Ryan Young, David Sabin, Brian Q Silver; dir:Michael Kahn [24pp, 7.75x11.75; illustrated articles, 8 colour production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £5

2006: THE RAPE OF LUCRECE - adapted by John Barton and Gregory Doran (Swan Theatre/10 August) Cast List
Ariyon Bakare, Rob Carroll, David Fielder, Jane Lapotaire, Patrick Romer; dir:Gregory Doran [single cast sheet, 4.25x11.75; Cast list, credits etc.; VG] £free

2006: CYMBELINE (Swan Theatre/20 September) Souvenir Programme
Kneehigh Theatre / RSC production: Hayley Carmichael (as Imogen), Carl Grose (as Posthumus), Craig Johnson, Dominic Lawton, Robert Luckay (as Iachimo), Emma Rice (as The Queen), Mike Shepherd (as Cymbeline), Kirsty Woodward, voice of Caesar: Marcello Magni; dir:Emma Rice [24pp, 7.75x11.75; illustrated articles, 12+ production photos, company biographies w.baby photos, credits etc.; a stylish programme; minor marks, else VG] £5

2006: CYMBELINE (Swan Theatre/Tour) Souvenir Programme
Kneehigh Theatre / RSC production: Hayley Carmichael (as Imogen), Carl Grose (as Posthumus), Craig Johnson, Dominic Lawton, Robert Luckay (as Iachimo), Emma Rice (as The Queen), Mike Shepherd (as Cymbeline), Kirsty Woodward, voice of Caesar: Marcello Magni; dir:Emma Rice [24pp, 5.75x5.75; illustrated articles, company biographies w.baby photos, credits etc.; a stylish programme; VG] £4

2006: THE WINTER'S TALE and PERICLES (Swan Theatre/26 October, 2 November) Souvenir Programme
Trystan Gravelle (as Archidamus, Young Shepherd), Joseph Mydell (as Camillo; Gower), Anton Lesser (as Leontes), Kate Fleetwood (as Hermione; Thaisa), Jonathan Clowes, Edward Statham, Nigel Cooke (as Polixenes; Lysimachus), Frances Ashman, Ony Uhiara (as Marina), Nyasha Hatendi, Ashley Rolfe, Mark Theodore (as Leonine), Ben Onwukwe (as Antigonus; Helicanus), Linda Bassett (as Paulina; Cerimon), Jason Barnett, Amanda Daniels, Danny Dalton, Robin Lawrence, Clarence Smith, Maynard Eziashi, Richard Katz (as Autolycus; Boult), Simon Harrison, Richard Moore (as Old Shepherd; King Simonides, Pander), Michelle Terry (as Perdita; Philemon), Lucian Msamati (as Pericles); dir:Dominic Cooke [48pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: THE PHOENIX AND THE TURTLE - George Chapman, William Shakespeare, John Marston and Ben Jonson (Swan Theatre and Holy Trinity Church/5 November) Cast List
Michael Wood, Peter de Jersey, Joanne Pearce, David Troughton; dir:Deborah Shaw [single cast sheet, 4.25x11.75; Cast list, credits etc.; VG] £free

2006: HENRY VIII (Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon/23 August)
Schtanhaus / AandBC / RSC production: Antony Byrne (as Henry VIII), Corinne Jaber (as Katherine of Aragon), Aoife McMahon, Anthony O'Donnell, Clive Mendus, Jem Wall, Derek Hutchinson, David Annen, Ed Woodall, Jimmy Akingbola, James Pearse, David Weston, Peter Luke Kenny, Cara Kelly, Amy Finegan; dir:Gregory Thompson [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; article, synopsis, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

2006: TIMON OF ATHENS - adapted by Adrian Jackson and Sarah Woods (Shakespeare Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon/24 October)
Cardboard Citizens production: Dave Rogers (as Alcibiades), Charlie Folorunsho, Nelly Alfandari, Patrick Onione, Ricci Beevas, Jo Galbraith, Jakob B Goode, Redley Silva, Agron Biba (as Timon), Mahdad Majdian (as Timon), Simeon Moore (as Timon); dir:Adrian Jackson [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; article, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

2006-07: THE COMPLETE WORKS (Stratford-upon-Avon) Festival Guide
Comprehensive guide to the Royal Shakespeare Company's biggest-ever project: The Complete Works Festival, which took place between April 2006 and March 2007. This colourful guide contains features on each production (cast details, commentary etc.), 70+ photos and illustrations, and a full calendar of events. Highlights of the Festival include 12 major productions by the Royal Shakespeare Company, TITUS ANDRONICUS by the Ninagawa Company, HENRY IV Parts I & II by the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Peter Stein's TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, MEASURE FOR MEASURE by the Peter Hall Company, THE CUBE Season, RICHARD II by the Berliner Ensemble, TWELFTH NIGHT by the Chekhov International Theatre Festival, and Ian McKellen in KING LEAR. Contents of the Guide include: Introduction by Michael Boyd and Deborah Shaw; Index of the plays, poems, and responses to be performed; Month by month guide to events, with photographic features on the principal productions; exhaustive details of ancilliary events (Talks, Workshops, Lectures, Concerts etc.); Learning Events; Access Information (w.map); Booking details; Ticket prices, packages and discounts; Feature on the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, The Swan Theatre, The Courtyard Theatre and other venues (w.seating plans); Useful information; Enjoying Your Stay; and a complete day-by-day schedule of performances 6th April 2006 to 31st March 2007 [40pp, 7.9x11.75; VG] £4

2006-07: THE COMPLETE WORKS YEARBOOK, April 2006 - April 2007
This superb Souvenir Yearbook contains a double-page spread on each play in the Complete Works Festival, 2006-2007, with magnificent full-colour production photographs, and full cast and credits for: ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Rupert Evans, Morven Christie - 6 photos), ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (w.Harriet Walter, Patrick Stewart - 6 photos), OTHELLO (w.Thomas Thieme, Wolfgang Pregler - 5 photos), HAMLET (w.Vaneshran Arumugam - 6 photos), JULIUS CAESAR (w.John Light, Finbar Lynch, Ariyon Bakare - 5 photos), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (w.Tamsin Greig, Joseph Millson - 6 photos), THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN (w.Nick Barber, Daon Bruni - 3 photos), The Sky Orchestra (Luke Jerram - 3 photos), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (w.P R Jijoy, Archana Ramaswamy, Joy Fernandez - 4 photos), TITUS ANDRONICUS (w.Kotaro Yoshida - 5 photos), HENRY IV, Parts I & II (w.David Lively, Jeffrey Carlson, Greg Vinkler - 5 photos), HENRY VI, Parts I, II & III (w.Chuk Iwuji, Clive Wood, Katy Stephens - 19 photos), KING JOHN (w.Richard McCabe, Sorcha Cusack - 5 photos), THE TEMPEST (w.Patrick Stewart, Julian Bleach, John Light, Mariah Gale - 6 photos), LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (w.Hank Stratton, Claire Lautier - 6 photos), HENRY VIII (w.Antony Byrne, Corinne Jaber, Anthony O'Donnell - 6 photos), THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (w.Thiago Dos Santos Martins, Renan Monteiro - 5 photos), TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (w.Henry Pettigrew, Annabel Scholey, David Yelland, Paul Jesson - 6 photos), MEASURE FOR MEASURE (w.James Laurenson, Richard Dormer, Andrea Riseborough - 6 photos), CYMBELINE (w.Hayley Carmichael, Robert Luckay, Emma Rice - 6 photos), DRAMA SCHOOLS PROJECT (2 photos), THE RAPE OF LUCRECE (w.Ariyon Bakare, Rob Carroll, Jane Lapotaire - 3 photos), THE CUBE (8 photos), TIMON OF ATHENS (w.Agron Biba, Mahdad Majdian, Simeon Moore - 5 photos), THE WINTER'S TALE (w.Anton Lesser, Kate Fleetwood, Linda Bassett - 5 photos), PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE (w.Lucian Msamati - 5 photos), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Dugald Bruce Lockhart, Simon Scardifield - 6 photos), RICHARD II (w.Michael Maertens, Veit Schubert, Roman Kaminski - 5 photos), MERRY WIVES THE MUSICAL (w.Simon Callow, Alistair McGowan, Judi Dench - 5 photos), DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE (w.Nigel Cooke, Trystan Gravelle, Michelle Terry - 5 photos), RICHARD III (w.Jonathan Slinger, Lex Shrapnel, Katy Stephens - 5 photos), HENRY V (w.Pippo Delbono - 5 photos), RICHARD III - An Arab Tragedy (w.Fayez Kazak, Raymond Hosni - 6 photos), MACBETH (w.Gabriel Paul Gawin, Anna Zubrzycki - 5 photos), CORIOLANUS (w.William Houston, Janet Suzman, Timothy West, Trevor White - 5 photos), NOTHING LIKE THE SUN - The Sonnet Project (w.Richard Dillane, Nina Sosanya - 6 photos), TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Andrey Kuzichev, Dmitry Shcherbina - 6 photos), AS YOU LIKE IT (w.Eve Best, Sam Troughton, Daniel Weyman - 5 photos), VENUS AND ADONIS (w.Harriet Walter - 7 photos), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (w.F Murray Abraham, Kate Forbes, Tom Nelis - 5 photos), and KING LEAR (w.Ian McKellen, Frances Barber, Romola Garai, William Gaunt - 5 photos) [100pp, 7.9x11.75; more than 280 colour photographs in all; with an Introduction by Michael Boyd and Deborah Shaw, an Opening Weekend feature (w.11 photos), full company lists etc. etc.; VG] (£15) SOLD

LONDON

2006: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (RSC at The Novello Theatre/6 January) Souvenir Programme
Christopher Colquhoun (as Antipholus of Ephesus), Forbes Masson (as Dromio of Ephesus), Suzanne Burden (as Adriana), Sinead Keenan, Bettrys Jones, Kevin Trainor, Richard Cordery, Joe Dixon (as Antipholus of Syracuse), Jonathan Slinger (as Dromio of Syracuse), Frances Jeater, Neil McKinven, Christopher Robert, Christopher Obi, Oscar Pearce, Geoffrey Lumb, Diveen Henry, Tom Hodgkins, Alice Barclay, Eke Chukwu, Stewart W Fraser; dir:Nancy Meckler [52pp, 9.5x11.6 (large-size); extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, synopsis, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular programme; VG] £5

2006: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RSC at The Novello Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Patrick Robinson (as Don Pedro), Jonny Weir, Joseph Millson (as Benedick), Adam Rayner, Jamie Ballard, Geoffrey Lumb, Simon Bubb, Curtis Flowers, Nicholas Day, Leon Tanner, Morven Christie, Tamsin Greig (as Beatrice), Amy Brown, Caroline Wildi, Yvette Rochester-Duncan, Bette Bourne (as Dogberry), Steven Beard, Christopher Davies, Curtis Flowers, Shane Frater, Sam O'Mahony-Adams, Patrick Romer, John Heffernan (as The Sexton); dir: Marianne Elliott [52pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2006: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RSC at The Novello Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Miles Richardson, Bridgitta Roy, Tom Hodgkins, Sinead Keenan, Oscar Pearce, Trystan Gravelle, Caitlin Mottram, Paul Chahidi, Malcolm Storry (as Bottom), Jamie Ballard, Patrick Waldron, David Rogers, Edward Clayton, Jonathan Slinger (as Puck), Joe Dixon (as Oberon), Amanda Harris, Bettrys Jones, Alice Barclay, Peter Bankole, Geoffrey Lumb, Chris McGill, Stewart W Fraser; dir:Gregory Doran [52pp, 9.5x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 9 rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

2006: THE CANTERBURY TALES Geoffrey Chaucer, adapted by Mike Poulton (RSC at The Gielgud Theatre/July 2006) Souvenir Programme
Nick Barber, Claire Benedict (as The Wife of Bath), Daon Broni, Dylan Charles, Paola Dionisotti (as The Prioress), Lisa Ellis, Christopher Godwin, Mark Hadfield (as Chaucer), Michael Hadley, Anna Hewson, Edward Hughes, Michael Jibson, Michael Matus, Barry McCarthy, Chu Omambala, Ian Pirie, Joshua Richards, Christopher Saul, Katherine Tozer, Darren Tunstall; dir:Gregory Doran, Rebecca Catward, Jonathan Munby [52pp, 9.5x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, account of the Company's trip to Canterbury (w.11 photos), company biographies w.photos, 15 colour production photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

2006: SEJANUS: HIS FALL (RSC at The Trafalgar Studios, London) Souvenir Programme
Barry Stanton (as Tiberius), Matt Ryan, Miranda Colchester, Nigel Betts, Peter Bramhill, Ishia Bennison, Jonjo O'Neill, Jon Foster, Vinette Robinson, Geoffrey Freshwater, James Hayes, Nigel Cooke, Keith Osborn, William Houston (as Sejanus), Peter De Jersey (as Macro), Barry Aird, Ewen Cummins, Kevin Harvey, Ian Drysdale, Michael Jenn, Tim Treloar; dir:Gregory Doran [44pp, 9.4x10.25; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

2006 (12 Feb): THE WAR THAT STILL GOES ON - Plato and Thucydides, adapted by John Barton (Novello) Cast List only
Clive Francis, Malcolm Storry, Michael Jenn, Mark Springer, Joe Dixon, Jonathan Slinger, Joseph Mydell, Tom Hodgkins, Oscar Pearce, Nigel Betts, Jonathan Newth, Christopher Colquhoun, Timothy West, James Hayes, Keith Osborn [2pp, 4.1x11.75; cast list, credits etc.; VG] £2

2006 (Mch): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
West End transfer of THE CRUCIBLE (w.photo of Iain Glen); announcement of The Complete Works season (w.2 photos); New Writing season at the Soho Theatre; RSC information; Transforming Our Theatres Project Update (w.photo) etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2006 (Jun): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Report on the new Courtyard Theatre (w.photo); The Histories Ensemble (w.photos); Performance Schedule for KING LEAR and THE SEAGULL, March-June 2007 (w.large photo of Ian McKellen); Sheffield production of AS YOU LIKE IT in The Swan Theatre (w.photo of Samuel West); casting update on KING JOHN (w.photo); London transfer of THE CANTERBURY TALES; current production of JULIUS CAESAR (w.2 photos) etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2006 (Jul): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Michael Boyd on the opening of The Courtyard Theatre; Major Feature on plans for the Royal Shakespeare Theatre: 1,000 seat thrust stage, restoration of heritage elements, expanded public foyer, accessible river walkway, public square (w.7 photos and 6 sketches) etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2006 (Aug): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Three London transfers to the Novello Theatre (3 photos): MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (w.Tamsin Greig, Joseph Millson), ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (w.Harriet Walter), and THE TEMPEST (w.Patrick Stewart); RSC Gifts, Short Breaks in Stratford etc. [2pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] (£free) SOLD

RSC 2007 director: Michael Boyd

STRATFORD

2007: RICHARD III (Courtyard/23 January) Souvenir Programme
Forbes Masson (as Edward IV), James Tucker, Jonathan Slinger (as Richard III), Maureen Beattie, Charles Hamblett, Michael Hood, James Parris, Ralph Davis, Toby Millward, Oscar Powell, Jack Fielding, Alexander Morris, Jamie Thomas, Alice Roberts, Sophie Samuda, Jessica Smith, Richard Cordery (as Buckingham), Matt Costain, Julius D'Silva, John MacKay, Keith Dunphy, Nicholas Asbury, Ann Ogbomo, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Chris McGill, Wela Frasier, Roger Watkins, Tom Hodgkins, Keith Bartlett, Miles Richardson, Katy Stephens (as Queen Margaret), Hannah Barrie (as Lady Anne), Lex Shrapnel (as Richmond), Paul Hamilton, Kieran Hill, Geoffrey Freshwater, Alexia Healy, Chuk Iwuji (as Ghost of Henry VI), Patrice Naiambana, Clive Wood (as Ghost of York), Antony Bunsee; dir:Michael Boyd [44pp, 7.8x11.7; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; VG] £5

2007: CORIOLANUS (RST/22 February) Souvenir Programme
William Houston (as Coriolanus), Janet Suzman (as Volumnia), Eleanor Matsuura, Jonathan Clowes, Edward Statham, Daniel Wilkinson, Darlene Johnson, Riann Steele, Michael Hadley, Oliver Senton, Timothy West (as Menenius), Jonathan Melia, Arthur Kohn, Fred Ridgeway, Darren Tunstall, Luke Rutherford, Danny Seldon, Jonty Stephens, Frances Jeater, Steve Varnom, Ricky Champ, Robert Orme, Curtis Flowers, Richard Pepple, Trevor White (as Tullus Audifius), Guy Burgess; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; VG] £5

2007: RICHARD II (Courtyard/16 August) Souvenir Programme
Jonathan Slinger (as Richard II), Hannah Barrie, Roger Watkins (as John of Gaunt), Clive Wood (as Bolingbroke), Richard Cordery, Maureen Beattie, James Tucker, Chuk Iwuji, Katy Stephens, John MacKay, Ann Ogbomo, Nicholas Asbury, Forbes Masson, Anthony Shuster, Sandy Neilson, Keith Bartlett, Lex Shrapnel, Rob Carroll, Luke Neal; dir:Michael Boyd [44pp, 7.8x11.6; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; VG] £5

2007: HENRY IV Parts 1 and 2 (Courtyard/16 August) Souvenir Programme
Clive Wood (as Henry IV), Geoffrey Streatfeild (as Prince Henry), Chris McGill, Tom Hodgkins, Miles Richardson, Keith Bartlett, Lex Shrapnel (as Hotspur), Ann Ogbomo, John MacKay, Keith Dunphy, Roger Watkins, Sianed Jones, Paul Hamilton, Luke Neal, Antony Shuster, Rob Carroll, David Warner (as Falstaff), Kieran Hill, Maureen Beattie, Julius D'Silva, Wela Frasier, Matt Costain, Alexia Healy, Geoffrey Freshwater, Patrice Naiambana, Richard Cordery, Antony Bunsee, Chuk Iwuji, Forbes Masson, Jonathan Slinger, Hannah Barrie, James Tucker, Katy Stephens, Nicholas Asbury, Sandy Neilson; dir:Michael Boyd, Richard Twyman [48pp, 7.8x11.6; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; VG] £5

2007: NOTHING LIKE THE SUN - The Sonnet Project (Courtyard Theatre, Stratford/24 February)
Opera North / RSC production: Richard Dillane, Nina Sosanya, Anna Maria Friman, Gavin Friday, John Potter; composed by Antony, Alexander Balanescu, Mira Calix, Gavin Friday, Natalie Merchant, and Nico Muhly, curated by Gavin Bryars [8pp, 5.5x11.75; texts of the eight sonnets featured, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £2

2007: KING LEAR (Courtyard Theatre, Stratford/24 March) Souvenir Programme
Ian McKellen (as King Lear), Frances Barber, Monica Dolan, Romola Garai, Julian Harries, Guy Williams, Ben Addis, Peter Hinton, Jonathan Hyde, William Gaunt (as Gloucester), Ben Meyjes, Philip Winchester, Sylvester McCoy (as Fool), John Heffernan (as Oswald), Seymour Matthews, David Weston, Adam Booth, Richard Goulding, Zoe Boyle, Russell Byrne, Melanie Jessop, Gerald Kyd, Naomi Capron; dir:Trevor Nunn [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2007: THE SEAGULL (Courtyard Theatre, Stratford/17 April)
Frances Barber (as Arkadina), Richard Goulding (as Konstantin), William Gaunt, Ian McKellen (as Sorin), Romola Garai (as Nina), Guy Williams, Melanie Jessop, Monica Dolan, Gerald Kyd (as Trigorin), Jonathan Hyde, Ben Meyjes, Peter Hinton, Zoe Boyle, Naomi Capron, David Weston, Seymour Matthews, Ben Addis, Russell Byrne, Adam Booth, Julian Harries, John Heffernan, Philip Winchester; dir:Trevor Nunn [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5


2007: Four SEAGULL Production Postcards (Royal Shakespeare Company)
Gerald Kyd (Trigorin), Romola Garai (Nina), Frances Barber (Arkadina), Richard Goulding (Konstantin), Ian McKellen and William Gaunt (Dorn), Jonathan Hyde (Dorn), Monica Dolan (Masha) [Four 6.75"x4.5" colour postcards (Series 28 Nos.0172, 1073, 0171, 1074), contained in cellophane wrapper; VG] £3

2007: TWELFTH NIGHT (Courtyard Theatre, Stratford/5 September) Souvenir Programme
Jason Merrells (as Orsino), Matt Blair, Tobias Beer, Tom Davey, Daniel Francis, Barnaby Power, James Clyde, Tim Chipping, Stewart W Fraser, Chris New (as Viola), Justine Mitchell (as Olivia), Siobhan Redmond, John Lithgow (as Malvolio), Marjorie Yates (as Sir Toby Belch), Annabel Leventon (as Sir Andrew Agucheek), Joanne Howarth, Rachael Spence, Iain McKee, Simon Merrells; dir:Neil Bartlett [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2007: HENRY V (Courtyard Theatre, Stratford/6 November) Souvenir Programme
Forbes Masson (as Chorus), Geoffrey Streatfeild (as Henry V), Chris McGill, Luke Neal, Miles Richardson, Rob Carroll, Tom Hodgkins, Patrice Naiambana, Geoffrey Freshwater, Roger Watkins, James Tucker, Anthony Shuster, Julius D'Silva, Keith Dunphy, Nicholas Asbury, Maureen Beattie (as Mistress Quickly), Wela Frasier, Sandy Neilson, Jonathan Slinger (as Fluellen), Paul Hamilton, Lex Shrapnel, Katy Stephens, John MacKay, Antony Bunsee, Kieran Hill, Alexia Healy (as Katherine), Hannah Barrie, Chuk Iwuji, Matt Costain; dir:Michael Boyd [44pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2007: DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE - Roy Williams (Swan Theatre/10 January)
Jason Barnett, Mark Theodore, Nigel Cooke, Claire-Louise Cordwell, Danny Dalton, Amanda Daniels, Jamie Davis, Trystan Gravelle, Simon Harrison, Richard Katz, Robin Lawrence, Pippa Nixon, Ashley Rolfe, Michelle Terry, Ony Uhiara; dir:Maria Aberg [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; illustrations, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £2

2007: HENRY V - Pippo Delbono (Swan Theatre/1 February)
Compagnia Pippo Delbono / Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione production: Pippo Delbono, Pepe Robledo, Gustavo Giacosa, Lucia Della Ferrera, Margherita Clemente; dir:Pippo Delbono [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

2007: RICHARD III An Arab Tragedy - adapted by Sulayman Al-Bassam (Swan Theatre/13 February)
Culture Project (Kuwait)/Sulayman Al-Bassam Theatre production: Carole Abboud, Bashar Abdullah, Faisal Al Ameeri, Sulayman Al-Bassam, Nicolas Daniel, Monadhil Daood, Christopher Harvey, Raymond Hosni, Nadine Joma'a, Maritez Julapang, Fayez Kazak (as Emir Gloucester, later Richard III), Jassim Al-Nabhan, Amal Omran; dir:Sulayman Al-Bassam [24pp, 7.9x11.6; cast list, illustrated articles, production and rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; SIGNED by the whole company; VG] £4

2007: MACBETH (Swan Theatre/21 February) in Polish
Teatr Piesn Kozla production: Emma Bonnici, Ixchel De Setiem, Ewan Downie, Gabriel Paul Gawin (as Macbeth), Rafal Habel, Mark McGurran, Ian Morgan, Mirjana Sajinovic, Christopher Sivertsen, Anna Zubrzycki, Alexander Rogaczewski, Albina Sejtaszajewa, Irina Telminowa, Olga Werlan; dir:Grzegorz Bral [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

2007: TWELFTH NIGHT (Swan Theatre/28 February)
Chekhov International Theatre Festival production: Vladimir Vdovichenkov (as Orsino), Sergey Mukhin, Mikhail Zhigalov, Vsevolod Boldin, Yury Makeev, Mikhail Dementyev, Alexander Feklistov, Dmitry Dyuzhev, Dmitry Shcherbina (as Malvolio), Igor Yasulovich, Alexey Dadonov (as Olivia), Andrey Kuzichev (as Viola), Ilya Ilin; directed by Declan Donnellan, designed by Nick Ormerod [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

2007: AS YOU LIKE IT (Swan Theatre/6 March)
Sheffield Theatres production: Eve Best (as Rosalind), Christopher Brandon, Olivia Darnley, Lisa Dillon, Richard Glaves, Patrick Godfrey, Natalie Grady, Drew Mulligan, Harry Peacock, Christopher Ravenscroft, Christopher Saul, Michael Taibi, Sam Troughton (as Orlando), Daniel Weyman (as Jaques); dir:Samuel West [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; production photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

2007: MACBETH (Swan Theatre/17 April) Souvenir Programme
David Troughton (as Duncan / Old Siward), Emmanuel Ighodaro, Ryan Gage, Patrick O'Kane (as Macbeth), Jude Akuwudike (as Banquo), Brian Doherty, Sam Cox, Sean Kearns, Richard Atwill, Joel Trill, Jason Nwoga, Josh De Souza, Olujimi Oluwole, Mark Theodore, Gus Gillespie, Asher Hardy, Thane Bettany, Derbhle Crotty (as Lady Macbeth), Pauline Hutton, Sarah Malin, Mojisola Adebayo, Frances Ashman; dir:Conall Morrison [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

2007: MACBETT - Eugene Ionesco (Swan Theatre/25 May) Souvenir Programme
Mojisola Adebayo, Jude Akuwudike, Frances Ashman, Richard Atwill, Thane Bettany, Sam Cox, Derbhle Crotty (as Lady Duncan), Brian Doherty, Ryan Gage, Pauline Hutton, Emmanuel Ighodaro, Sean Kearns (as Banco), Sarah Malin, Jason Nwoga, Patrick O'Kane (as Duncan), Mark Theodore, Joel Trill, David Troughton (as Macbett); dir:Silviu Purcarete [40pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

2007: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET April to August 2007 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated Performance Schedule for Spring and Summer 2007, with features on MACBETH, MACBETT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Dash Arts production), and THE PENELOPIAD (The Swan), and KING LEAR and THE SEAGULL (The Courtyard); complete April - August Performance Schedule, ticket prices and discounts, Events and Learning etc.; c20 photos and illustrations [12pp, 7.9x11.75; VG] £2

2007-08: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET April 2007 to March 2008 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated Performance Schedule for July 2007 to March 2008, with introduction by Michael Boyd, and features on THE HISTORIES: RICHARD II (w.Jonathan Slinger), HENRY IV Parts 1 and 2, HENRY V, HENRY VI Parts 1, 2 and 3, and RICHARD III (Courtyard Theatre - 10+ photos), TWELFTH NIGHT, KING LEAR and THE SEAGULL w.Ian McKellen (Courtyard Theatre), MACBETH, MACBETT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Dash Arts production), and THE PENELOPIAD (The Swan Theatre), NOUGHTS & CROSSES (Civic Hall), and FANTASTIC MR.FOX; Production Events, Public Events; Photos and seating plans of The Courtyard Theatre, The Swan Theatre and the Civic Hall (w.2 photos); How to book, ticket prices and discounts; Complete Performance Schedule April 2007 to March 2008; Access Information, Useful Information, Map of Stratford-upon-Avon etc.; over 45 photos and illustrations in all [24pp, 7.9x11.75; VG] (£3) SOLD

2007: ACCESS MATTERS (Stratford-upon-Avon, Newcastle)
Full-colour Access Brochure, with details of Audio-Described and Captioned Performances of MACBETH, MACBETT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and THE PENELOPIAD (Swan Theatre), TWELFTH NIGHT and THE HISTORIES (Courtyard Theatre - photos of Jonathan Slinger, David Warner, Clive Wood, Geoffrey Streatfeild, and Chuk Iwuji), NOUGHTS & CROSSES and FANTASTIC MR FOX (Civic Hall, Stratford-upon-Avon - 2 photos), CORIOLANUS, KING LEAR, THE SEAGULL, MACBETT and MACBETH (Newcastle upon Tyne - photo of William Houston as Coriolanus), and THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Tour - 3 production photos); Full Performance Schedule May 2007-March 2008 (Stratford and Newcastle), Information and booking details etc. [6pp, 11.75x16.5 triple-fold; VG] (£2) SOLD

2007: SUMMER WITH THE RSC (Stratford-upon-Avon)
THE HISTORIES and TWELFTH NIGHT in the Courtyard Theatre (9 photos); MACBETH, MACBETT and THE PENELOPIAD in The Swan Theatre (2 photos); Shakespeare on Film Festival; Visitor information; Transforming Our Theatres update etc. [4pp, 7.9x11.75; VG] £free

2007-08: THE HISTORIES (Stratford-upon-Avon)
RICHARD II, HENRY IV Parts 1 & 2, HENRY V, HENRY VI Parts 1, 2 & 3, RICHARD III in The Courtyard Theatre (6 photos); brief commentary on each play, Press comment, booking information, and ticket prices; Performance Schedule 28 Dec 2007-16 Mch 2008 [4pp, 7.9x11.75; VG] £free

LONDON

2007: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (RSC at The Novello Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Harriet Walter (as Cleopatra), Patrick Stewart (as Mark Antony), John Hopkins (as Octavius Caesar), James Hayes, Ariyon Bakare, Mariah Gale (as Octavia), Ken Bones (as Enobarbus), Chris Jarman, Joseph Alessi, Paul Barnhill, Rob Carroll, Ewen Cummins, Ravi Aujla, Edmund Kingsley, Keith Osborn, Luke Neal, Nick Court, Golda Rosheuvel, Emma Jay Thomas, Julian Bleach, David Rubin, Allyson Brown, Craig Gazey; dir:Gregory Doran [52pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

2007: THE TEMPEST (RSC at The Novello Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Patrick Stewart (as Prospero), Mariah Gale (as Miranda), Julian Bleach (as Ariel), John Light (as Caliban), Ken Bones, Finbar Lynch, Nick Court, John Hopkins, James Hayes, Craig Gazey, Joseph Alessi, Chris Jarman, Edmund Kingsley, Paul Barnhill, Allyson Brown, Golda Rosheuvel, Emma Jay Thomas, Ravi Aujla, Rob Carroll, Luke Neal, David Rubin; dir:Rupert Goold [52pp, 8x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; small tear on cover neatly repaired, else VG] £3

2007: KING LEAR (RSC at The New London Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Ian McKellen (as King Lear), Frances Barber, Monica Dolan, Romola Garai, Julian Harries, Guy Williams, Ben Addis, Peter Hinton, Jonathan Hyde, William Gaunt (as Gloucester), Ben Meyjes, Philip Winchester, Sylvester McCoy (as Fool), John Heffernan (as Oswald), Seymour Matthews, David Weston, Adam Booth, Richard Goulding, Zoe Boyle, Russell Byrne, Melanie Jessop, Gerald Kyd, Naomi Capron; dir:Trevor Nunn [52pp, 7.75x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £7

2007: THE SEAGULL (RSC at The New London Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Frances Barber (as Arkadina), Richard Goulding (as Konstantin), William Gaunt, Ian McKellen (as Sorin), Romola Garai (as Nina), Guy Williams, Melanie Jessop, Monica Dolan, Gerald Kyd (as Trigorin), Jonathan Hyde, Ben Meyjes, Peter Hinton, Zoe Boyle, Naomi Capron, David Weston, Seymour Matthews, Ben Addis, Russell Byrne, Adam Booth, Julian Harries, John Heffernan, Philip Winchester; dir:Trevor Nunn [52pp, 7.75x11.75; extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £7

2007: GOD IN RUINS - Anthony Neilson (RSC at The Soho Theatre)
Jude Akuwudike, Richard Atwill, Sam Cox, Brian Doherty, Ryan Gage, Emmanuel Ighodaro, Sean Kearns, Jason Nwoga, Patrick O'Kane, Mark Theodore, Joel Trill; dir:Anthony Neilson [20pp, 6.75x9.75; colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

2007: TRANSFORMING OUR THEATRES
Full-colour brochure explaining the £112.8 million project to renew and reform the Royal Shakespeare Theatre [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; VG] £3

2007 (Jan): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Final productions in The Swan before closure in August: MACBETH, MACBETT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, and THE PENELOPIAD; in The Courtyard Theatre: KING LEAR and THE SEAGULL (w.Ian McKellen); The RSC in Newcastle; the RSC Complete Works Shakespeare Edition; new production of RICHARD III (w.Jonathan Slinger); final performances in the old Shakespeare Memorial Theatre; casting update: Timothy West in CORIOLANUS (w.photo); London Season: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (w.Tamsin Greig and Joseph Millson), ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA w.Harriet Walter, and THE TEMPEST w.Patrick Stewart (w.2 photos); Transforming Our Theatres: Project Update etc. [6pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] (£2) SOLD

2007 (Feb): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
RICHARD II w.Jonathan Slinger, HENRY IV Parts 1 & 2 w.Clive Wood and David Warner, and HENRY V w.Geoffrey Streatfeild (w.3 photos); The conclusion of the Complete Works Festival; Antony Sher in KEAN (w.photo); William Houston as CORIOLANUS (w.photo); RSC Open Day 29th April; VENUS AND ADONIS (w.photo); Transforming Our Theatres project; RSC on Tour in the UK and Internationally etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2007 (Apr): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Letter from Michael Boyd and Vikki Heywood announcing the granting of Planning Permission for the Transformation project (w.2 images); details of the transformation, future plans etc. [2pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £free

2007 (Jun): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
London Transfer for KING LEAR and THE SEAGULL w.Ian McKellen and Romola Garai (2 photos); plans for the creation of a new work by Anthony Neilson at the Soho Theatre; THE COMEDY OF ERRORS Tour Schedule October-December, RSC Members' Event; casting updates for THE PENELOPIAD (w.photo of Penny Downie) and TWELFTH NIGHT (w.photos of John Lithgow, Siobhan Redmond, Marjorie Yates and Jason Merrells); Business as Usual at Stratford during the redevelopment etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2007 (Sep): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Summer plans: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, HAMLET, and LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST; ticket discounts; National Poetry Day 4th October; THE HISTORIES CYCLE (w.3 photos); Fundraising Appeal for the Transformation; RSC Costume Sale 29 September; RSC Heritage Auction; Transforming Our Theatres Project Update; tours of The Courtyard Theatre; Antony Sher's new play THE GIANT at Hampstead Theatre etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2007 (Oct): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Announcement of the forthcoming London Season: THE HISTORIES (all 8 plays) at The Roundhouse (w.2 photos), I'LL BE THE DEVIL and DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE at The Tricycle (with 2 photos and Performance Schedule), and GOD IN RUINS at the Soho Theatre (with photo and Performance Schedule); Transforming Our Theatres Update (w.2 photos); RSC Shops etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2




2007-08: FOUR LARGE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS (Royal Shakespeare Company)
Alexia Healy, Hannah Barrie, Ann Ogbomo, and Katy Stephens in HENRY VI Part 1 2008
David Troughton and Patrick O'Kane in MACBETT 2007
Richard Madden and Ony Uhiara in NOUGHTS & CROSSES 2007/08
Jonathan Hyde, Romola Garai, Frances Barber and William Gaunt in THE SEAGULL 2007/08
[Four 9.75x6.25 colour photographic prints on heavyweight paper, contained in cellophane wrapper; VG] £6

RSC 2008 director: Michael Boyd

STRATFORD

2008: HENRY VI Part 1 (The War Against France), Part 2 (England's Fall) and Part 3 (The Chaos) (Courtyard Theatre/6, 9 and 13 Feb) Souvenir Programme
Chuk Iwuji (as Henry VI), Richard Cordery (as Duke of Gloucester), Tom Hodgkins, Miles Richardson, Geoffrey Freshwater, Nicholas Asbury, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Matt Costain, Kieran Hill, Clive Wood (as Duke of York), Roger Watkins, Keith Dunphy, Patrice Naiambana, Keith Bartlett, Lex Shrapnel, Julius D'Silva, Paul Hamilton, Chris McGill, John Mackay, James Tucker, Forbes Masson (as Edward IV), Jonathan Slinger (as Richard, Duke of Gloucester), Katy Stephens (as Joan La Pucelle, Queen Margaret), Hannah Barrie, Alexia Healy, Ann Ogbomo, Antony Bunsee, Wela Frasier, Anthony Shuster, Maureen Beattie (as Duchess of Gloucester); dir:Michael Boyd [48pp, 7.9x11.75; cast lists, synopses, extensive illustrated articles, family tree, 14 colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular souvenir; VG] £5

2008: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET January to March 2008 (Courtyard Theatre)
Fully-illustrated Performance Schedule for the eight plays which made up The Histories: RICHARD II, HENRY IV Parts I and II, HENRY V, HENRY VI Parts I, II & III, and RICHARD III; complete January to March 2008 Performance Schedule, ensemble list, colour photographs, Press comment, Events, Booking Information etc. [16pp, 5.75x8.25; VG] £2

2008: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Courtyard Theatre/10 April) Souvenir Programme
James Garnon (as Antonio), Jack Laskey, Simon Darwen, Keir Charles, Patrick Moy, John Paul Connolly, Angus Wright (as Shylock), Amara Karan, William Beck, Larrington Walker, Peter Shorey, Leonard Fenton, Georgina Rich (as Portia), Amanda Hadingue, Arsher Ali, Sean Kearns, Adrian DeCosta, Jade Anouka, Will Sharpe; dir:Tim Carroll [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; an excellent souvenir; VG] £6

2008: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Courtyard Theatre/1 May) Souvenir Programme
Stephen Boxer (as Christopher Sly / Petruchio), Amanda Hadingue, John Paul Connolly, Michelle Gomez ,Amara Karan, Arsher Ali, Adrian DeCosta, Simon Darwen, Jade Anouka, Will Sharpe, Peter Shorey, James Garnon, David Hargreaves (as Baptista Minola), Michelle Gomez (as Katherina), William Beck, Sean Kearns, Patrick Moy, Keir Charles, Jack Laskey, Larrington Walker, Leonard Fenton; dir:Conall Morrison [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; an excellent souvenir; VG] £6

2008: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Courtyard Theatre/15 May) Souvenir Programme
Robert Curtis, Riann Steele, Sam Alexander, Keith Osborn, Kathryn Drysdale, Edward Bennett, Tom Davey, Natalie Walter, Roderick Smith, Joe Dixon (as Bottom), Ryan Gage, Jim Hooper, Ricky Champ, Ewen Cummins, Mark Hadfield (as Puck), Peter De Jersey (as Oberon), Andrea Harris (as Titania), Mariah Gale, David Ajala, Samuel Dutton, Zoe Thorne; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; an excellent souvenir; VG] £6

2008: HAMLET (Courtyard Theatre/24 July) Souvenir Programme
David Tennant (as Hamlet), Patrick Stewart (as Claudius / Ghost), Penny Downie (as Gertrude), Oliver Ford-Davies (as Polonius), Edward Bennett (as Laertes), Mariah Gale (as Ophelia), David Ajala, Peter De Jersey (as Horatio), Sam Alexander, Tom Davey, Keith Osborn, Ewen Cummins, Robert Curtis, John Woodvine (as Player King), Ryan Gage, Ricky Champ, Roderick Smith, Samuel Dutton, Jim Hooper, Mark Hadfield, Andrea Harris, Riann Steele, Zoe Thorne; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, 40+ colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a superb souvenir; VG] (£10) SOLD

2008: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Courtyard Theatre/8 October) Souvenir Programme
Edward Bennett, David Tennant (as Berowne), Tom Davey, Sam Alexander, Joe Dixon (as Don Adriano), Zoe Thorne, Mariah Gale (as Princess of France), Nina Sosanya, Kathryn Drysdale, Natalie Walter, Mark Hadfield, Keith Osborn, Oliver Ford-Davies (as Holofernes), Jim Hooper, Ricky Champ, Riann Steele, Ewen Cummins, Robert Curtis, David Ajala, Samuel Dutton, Ryan Gage, Andrea Harris; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; an excellent souvenir; VG] (£6) SOLD

2008: ROMEO AND JULIET (Courtyard Theatre/27 November) Souvenir Programme
Dan Crow, Ryan O'Donnell, Michael Benz, Daniel Percival, Mark Holgate, Christopher Hunter, Eva Magyar, Mark Ross, Katie Krane, Vinta Morgan, David Dawson (as Romeo), Ben Ashton, Owain Arthur, Julie Legrand (as Nurse), Anneika Rose (as Juliet), Gyuri Sarossy (as Mercutio), Geoffrey Newland, Niamh McCann, Sian Robins-Grace, Rebecca Wingate, James Clyde (as Friar Laurence), Craig Ritchie, James G Bellorini; dir:Neil Bartlett [44pp, 8x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; an excellent souvenir; VG] £6

2008: DON JOHN - Emma Rice / Anna Maria Murphy (Courtyard Theatre/12 December) Souvenir Programme
Kneehigh Theatre / Bristol Old Vic / RSC production: Stu Barker, Nina Dogg Filippusdottir, Carl Grose, Craig Johnson, Patrycja Kujawska, Dominic Lawton, Dave Mynne, Gisli Orn Gardarsson (as Don John), Ian Ross, Mike Shepherd, Alex Vann, Mary Woodvine, Emily Dobson, Polly Motley, Helen Tiplady, Sally Williams; dir:Emma Rice [36pp, 7.9x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; an excellent souvenir; VG] £6

2008: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET April to November 2008 (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Fully-illustrated Performance Schedule for April to November 2008, with introduction by Michael Boyd, and features on THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, HAMLET w.David Tennant and Patrick Stewart, and LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST w.David Tennant (Courtyard Theatre); Production Events, Public Events, Late Nights, Schools Events, Public Understudy Matinees, ticket prices and discounts; Seating plan of The Courtyard Theatre; Transforming Our Theatres: work begins; Complete Performance Schedule 3rd April to 15th November 2008; over 20 photos and illustrations in all [16pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] (£3) SOLD

LONDON

2008: HENRY VI Part 1 (The War Against France), Part 2 (England's Fall) and Part 3 (The Chaos) (Roundhouse) Souvenir Programme
Chuk Iwuji (as Henry VI), Richard Cordery (as Lord Protector), Tom Hodgkins, Miles Richardson, Geoffrey Freshwater, Nicholas Asbury, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Matt Costain, Kieran Hill, Clive Wood (as Duke of York), Roger Watkins, Keith Dunphy, Patrice Naiambana, Keith Bartlett, Lex Shrapnel, Julius D'Silva, Paul Hamilton, Chris McGill, John Mackay, James Tucker, Forbes Masson (as Edward IV), Jonathan Slinger (as Richard, Duke of Gloucester), Katy Stephens (as Joan La Pucelle, Queen Margaret), Hannah Barrie, Alexia Healy, Ann Ogbomo, Antony Bunsee, Wela Frasier, Anthony Shuster, Maureen Beattie; dir:Michael Boyd [52pp, 8x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular souvenir; VG] £5

2008: THE HISTORIES Softback Book
Superb softback book illustrating the 2006-2008 RSC History Cycle: RICHARD II, HENRY IV Parts 1 and 2, HENRY V, HENRY VI Parts 1, 2 and 3, and RICHARD III, and featuring more than 45 rehearsal and 85 full-colour production photos, plus an Introduction by the Director Michael Boyd (w.photo), The Events as They Happened (a Timeline), and features on The Histories Ensemble (w.3 photos), An Actor's Perspective: Geoffrey Streatfeild (w.photo), The Courtyard Theatre (3 photos), The Roundhouse (w.photo), The Assistant Director: Donnacadh O'Briain (w.2 photos), Designing The Histories: Tom Piper (w.7 photos), An Actor's Perspective: Richard Cordery (w.2 photos), and The Artist in Residence: Lisa Wright (w.6 illustrations); Creative and Production Team List, RSC Company List, and The Histories Ensemble: Nicholas Asbury, Hannah Barrie, Keith Bartlett, Maureen Beattie, Antony Bunsee, Rob Carroll, Richard Cordery, Matt Costain, Julius D'Silva, Keith Dunphy, Wela Frasier, Geoffrey Freshwater, Paul Hamilton, Alexia Healy, Kieran Hill, Tom Hodgkins, Chuk Iwuji, John MacKay, Forbes Masson, Chris McGill, Patrice Naiambana, Luke Neal, Sandy Neilson, Ann Ogbomo, Miles Richardson, Lex Shrapnel, Anthony Shuster, Jonathan Slinger, Katy Stephens, Geoffrey Streatfeild, James Tucker, David Warner, Roger Watkins, Clive Wood [76pp, 6.75x9.6; VG] (£10) SOLD

2008: DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE - Roy Williams (Tricycle Theatre)
Venetia Campbell, Ricky Champ, James Clyde, Claire-Louise Cordwell, Danny Dalton, Jamie Davis, Craig Gallivan, Simon Harrison, Pippa Nixon, Luke Norris, Beverly Rudd, Lorraine Stanley, Mark Theodore; dir:Maria Aberg [28pp, 8.75x9.6; cast list, 18 colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; VG] £4

2008: THE TRAGEDY OF THOMAS HOBBES - Adriano Shaplin (Wilton's Music Hall/18 December) Cast List
Peter Shorey (as Cromwell), William Beck, Arsher Ali (as John Lilburne / Charles II), Leonard Fenton, Larrington Walker, Amanda Hadingue (as Robert Boyle), Angus Wright, Jack Laskey, John Paul Connolly, Keir Charles, James Garnon, Stephen Boxer (as Thomas Hobbes), Simon Darwen, Adrian Decosta, Will Sharpe (as Sir Isaac Newton); dir:Elizabeth Freestone [single sheet, 4.1x11.75; VG] £free

2008-09: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (London: Novello Theatre, Wilton's Music Hall, Hackney Empire)
Full-colour illustrated Brochure with Performance Schedule for 12th November 2008 to March 7th 2009: HAMLET (w.David Tennant, Patrick Stewart), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, THE TRAGEDY OF THOMAS HOBBES, THE CORDELIA DREAM and OTHELLO (w.Patrice Naiambana); Full Performance Schedule, Events, What's on Elsewhere, RSC Membership, Seat Prices, Booking Details etc. [16pp, 5.75x8.25; company list for each play, colour illustrations throughout etc.; VG] (£2) SOLD

ON TOUR

2008: ROMEO AND JULIET (RSC at Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Dan Crow, Ryan O'Donnell, Michael Benz, Daniel Percival, Mark Holgate, Christopher Hunter, Eva Magyar, Mark Ross, Katie Krane, Vinta Morgan, David Dawson (as Romeo), Ben Ashton, Owain Arthur, Julie Legrand (as Nurse), Anneika Rose (as Juliet), Gyuri Sarossy (as Mercutio), Geoffrey Newland, Niamh McCann, Sian Robins-Grace, Rebecca Wingate, James Clyde (as Friar Laurence), Craig Ritchie, James G Bellorini; dir:Neil Bartlett [44pp, 6.75x9.6; cast list, illustrated articles, 13 colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; VG] £4

2008 (Feb): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
ROMEO AND JULIET and DON JOHN at The Courtyard and On Tour (2 photos, Tour Schedule); Members' Web Pages; Shakespeare's Birthday Weekend; Stand Up For Shakespeare (Schools Project); Casting Updates for MERCHANT OF VENICE: Angus Wright, Amara Khan, and TAMING OF THE SHREW: Michelle Gomez, Stephen Boxer (2 photos); Newcastle Season; NOUGHTS & CROSSES UK Tour (photo); Lisa Wright Exhibition at The Roundhouse (photo); Meal Packages; Transforming Our Theatres: The Project So Far (7 photos) etc. [6pp, 8.25x11.75 triple-fold; VG] £2

2008 (Jun): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
OTHELLO on Tour (photo; Tour Schedule); Antony Sher and John Kani in THE TEMPEST (2 photos and Performance Schedule); Stand Up For Shakespeare (Schools Project); RSC Open Day 31 August (6 photos); Transforming Our Theatres (photo); Winter Season Update: ROMEO AND JULIET and DON JOHN (2 photos); London Season: HAMLET w.David Tennant, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW w.Stephen Boxer, and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Public Events, Novello Theatre plan, London Performance Schedule, ticket prices (5 images); Wilton's Music Hall Season: THE TRAGEDY OF THOMAS HOBBES and THE CORDELIA DREAM etc. [16pp, 5.8x8.25 quadruple-fold; VG] (£2) SOLD

2008 (Sep): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Stratford 2009 Season: THE WINTER'S TALE, AS YOU LIKE IT, JULIUS CAESAR, THE DRUNKS, THE GRAIN STORE and THE COMEDY OF ERRORS; Ticket Exchange and Resale; Website Information; Publication of RSC Editions of Individual Plays; THE TRAGEDY OF THOMAS HOBBES and THE CORDELIA DREAM at Wilton's Music Hall; ROMEO AND JULIET and DON JOHN at The Courtyard Theatre (2 photos); Stand Up For Shakespeare Schools Project (photo); THE TEMPEST at The Courtyard Theatre and On Tour (photo and Tour Schedule); RSC Fundraising Gala 2008; Transforming Our Theatres: Project Update etc. [6pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £2

2008 (Nov): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Online Booking Update, Stand Up For Shakespeare Schools Project; Hannah Miller (Head of Casting) on the Summer 2009 Ensemble (8 photos); ROMEO AND JULIET On Tour (4 photos); London Season 2008-09; News from the Development Department (photo); Transforming Our Theatres: Appeal Launch and Project Update (3 excellent photos) etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; horizontal bend, else VG] £2

RSC 2009 director: Michael Boyd

STRATFORD

2009: THE WINTER'S TALE (Courtyard Theatre/31 March) Souvenir Programme
Joseph Arkley, John Mackay, Greg Hicks (as Leontes), Darrell D'Silva (as Polixenes), Kelly Hunter (as Hermione), Cian Cheesbrough, Alfie Jones, Sebastian Salisbury, Hannah Young, Simone Saunders, Kirsty Woodward, James Gale, Adam Burton, David Rubin, Noma Dumezweni (as Paulina), Phillip Edgerley, Sam Troughton, Paul Hamilton, Patrick Romer, Oliver Ryan, Larrington Walker, Gruffudd Glyn, Brian Doherty, Tunji Kasim (as Florizel), Samantha Young (as Perfita); dir:David Farr [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular souvenir; VG] £5

2009: AS YOU LIKE IT (Courtyard Theatre/18 April) Souvenir Programme
Charles Aitken, Peter Peverley, Jonjo O'Neill (as Orlando), Peter Shorey, Sandy Neilson, Mariah Gale (as Celia), Katy Stephens (as Rosalind), Richard Katz, Ansu Kabia, David Carr, Debbie Korley, Clarence Smith, Dharmesh Patel, James Howard, Forbes Masson (as Jacques), Geoffrey Freshwater, James Tucker, Sophie Russell, James Traherne, Christine Entwhistle, Dyfan Dwyor; dir:Michael Boyd [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular souvenir; VG] £5

2009: JULIUS CAESAR (Courtyard Theatre/15 May) Souvenir Programme
Greg Hicks (as Julius Caesar), Noma Dumezweni, Hannah Young, Tunji Kasim, Joseph Arkley, Sam Troughton (as Brutus), John Mackay (as Cassius), Oliver Ryan, Brian Doherty, Gruffudd Glyn, David Rubin, Adam Burton, Paul Hamilton, James Gale, Patrick Romer, Phillip Edgerley, Darrell D'Silva (as Mark Antony), Larrington Walker, Samantha Young, Simone Saunders, Kirsty Woodward; dir:Lucy Bailey [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular souvenir; VG] £5

2009: THE GRAIN STORE - Natal'ia Vorozhbit (Courtyard Theatre/24 September) Cast List
Joseph Arkley, Noma Dumezweni, Geoffrey Freshwater, Mariah Gale, Gruffudd Glyn, Greg Hicks, Kathryn Hunter, Kelly Hunter, Ansu Kabia, Tunji Kasim, Debbie Korley, John Mackay, Forbes Masson, Dharmesh Patel, Patrick Romer, David Rubin, Oliver Ryan, Simone Saunders, Peter Shorey, Katy Stephens, Sam Troughton, James Tucker, Larrington Walker, Kirsty Woodward, Samantha Young; dir:Michael Boyd [single cast sheet, 4.25x11.75; Cast list, credits etc.; VG] £free

2009: TWELFTH NIGHT (Courtyard Theatre/15 Oct) Souvenir Programme
Jo Stone-Fewings (as Orsino), Ashley Taylor-Rhys, Laurence Dobiesz, Alexandra Gilbreath (as Olivia), Richard McCabe (Sir Toby Belch), James Fleet (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Richard Wilson (as Malvolio), Pamela Nomvete, Miltos Yerolemou, Tony Jayawardena, Demi Oyediran, Maya Wasowicz, Nancy Carroll (as Viola), Sam Alexander, Simeon Moore, Alan Francis, Prasanna Puwanarajah, Ian Abeysekera; dir:Gregory Doran [40pp, 8x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular souvenir; VG] (£5) SOLD

LONDON

2009: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Novello Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Robert Curtis, Riann Steele, Sam Alexander, Keith Osborn, Kathryn Drysdale, Edward Bennett, Tom Davey, Natalie Walter, Roderick Smith, Joe Dixon (as Bottom), Ryan Gage, Jim Hooper, Ricky Champ, Ewen Cummins, Mark Hadfield (as Puck), Peter De Jersey (as Oberon), Andrea Harris (as Titania), Mariah Gale, David Ajala, Samuel Dutton, Zoe Thorne; dir:Gregory Doran [52pp, 7.75x11.75; cast list, very extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc. etc.; a spectacular souvenir; VG] £5

ON TOUR

2009: DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE - Roy Williams (Oxford Playhouse)
Venetia Campbell, Lu Corfield, Danny Dalton, Jason Deer, Sandy Foster, Sheryl Gannaway, Simon Harrison, Scott Hazell, Steven Helliwell, Joanna Horton, David Kennedy, Luke Norris, George Rainsford, Sarah Ridgeway, Mark Theodore, Toby Wharton; dir:Maria Aberg [48pp, 6.75x9.6; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

2009: OTHELLO (Hackney Empire)
Marcello Magni, Michael Gould (as Iago), Hannes Flaschberger, Patrice Naiambana (as Othello), Alex Hassell, Clive Mendus, Robert Vernon, Natalia Tena (as Desdemona), Matthew Wilson, Tamzin Griffin, Cath Whitefield, Glyn Pritchard, Miltos Yerolemou, Caleb Rowe, Flora Nicholson, Osi Okerafor; dir:Kathryn Hunter [36pp, 6.75x9.6; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, colour rehearsal photos, company biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

2009 (Mch): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
TWELFTH NIGHT w.Richard Wilson and ARABIAN NIGHTS (2 photos); Performance Schedule, Ticket prices, Discounts; Feature on Revolutions (The RSC Russian Season): THE DRUNKS and THE GRAIN STORE, Talks and Debates, Performances, Play Readings, Practical Workshops, and Exhibitions (5 photos); details of the RSC Ensemble 2009-11 (55 cast photos); RSC Awards; DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE Tour; DON JOHN at the BAC; The 2009 Newcastle Season now on sale; RSC Open Day (19th July); Transforming Our Theatres update (3 photos); Stand Up For Shakespeare Schools Project; Youth Ensemble production of THE WINTER'S TALE [8pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £3

2009 (Jun): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
RSC Open Day 19th July; RSC Ensemble 2009-11 (w.JULIUS CAESAR photo); Shakespeare Specials: late-night Stratford to London trains; Casting Update: Nancy Carroll, Alexandra Gilbreath and James Fleet; New RSC editions of Individual Works published; CD of Cicely Berry's Favorite Poems; Jeanie O'Hare (RSC Company Dramaturg) on recent trip to Russia; Transforming Our Theatres update; Stand Up For Shakespeare Schools Project etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] (£2) SOLD

2009 (Sep): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
TWELFTH NIGHT w.Richard Wilson transfers to The Duke of York's Theatre (w.cast details and 2 photos); Changes to Members' Priority Booking; Gregory Doran on his production of TWELFTH NIGHT (3 photos); TWELFTH NIGHT Performance Schedule, Ticket Discounts, Seating Plan, Ticket Prices and discounts; Revolutions In Rehearsal: Blog by Jonjo O'Neill (3 photos); Transforming Our Theatres update (3 photos); RSC Toolkit for Teachers [6pp, 8.25x11.75 triple-fold; VG] £2

2009 (Oct): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Stratford-upon-Avon Feb-Sep 2010: KING LEAR, ROMEO AND JULIET, HAMLET, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, MORTE D'ARTHUR; DUNSINANE at the Hampstead Theatre (w.photo); Roxana Silbert on DUNSINANE (5 photos); DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE Tour Schedule; A TENDER THING at Northern Stage; HAMLET w.David Tennant DVD available for pre-order (2 photos) etc. [4pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] (£2) SOLD

2009 (Nov): RSC MEMBERS' NEWS
Cover photo of David Tennant; ARABIAN NIGHTS: Full-page of costume sketches by Georgia McGuinness, 18 company photos; Michael Boyd on a year with the current Ensemble (5 photos); Excellent double-page (22"x15") colour photo of Pamela Nomvete, Richard McCabe and Tony Jayawardena in TWELFTH NIGHT; Transforming Our Theatres update (2 very large photos, 3 further colour photos); Patrick Stewart and David Tennant lend support to the Transforming Our Theatres Appeal (2 photo); Announcement of MATILDA in the Courtyard Theatre etc. [12pp, 12x15.5 newspaper; VG] (£4) SOLD



2009: FOUR LARGE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS (Royal Shakespeare Company)
Greg Hicks in THE WINTER'S TALE, The Courtyard Theatre and Newcastle 2009
Forbes Masson and Kathryn Hunter in A TENDER THING, Newcastle upon Tyne 2009
Atandwa Kani in THE TEMPEST, The Courtyard Theatre and National Tour 2009
ARABIAN NIGHTS, The Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon 2009-10
[Four 9.75x6.25 colour photographic prints on heavyweight paper; VG] £6


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