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1970-1974

RSC 1970 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1970: DR FAUSTUS - Christopher Marlowe (RST) Souvenir Programme
Theatregoround production: David Waller (as Dr John Faustus), Alan Howard (as Mephistophilis), Martin Bax, Hugh Keays Byrne, Ralph Cotterill, Glynne Lewis, Phillip Manikum, Clement McCallin, Peter Needham, Terence Taplin, Frances de la Tour, Celia Quicke; dir:Gareth Morgan [8x10.5 folder, containing 6 separate sheets (28 pages in all): cast sheet, 14" x 19" POSTER RSC info sheet, cast biographies and photos, Marlowe info sheet, illustrated critical comment; VG] £7

1970: HAMLET (RST) Souvenir Programme
Patrick Barr, Brenda Bruce (as Gertrude), Alan Howard (as Hamlet), David Waller (as Claudius), Sebastian Shaw (as Polonius), Christopher Gable, Helen Mirren (as Ophelia), Barry Stanton, Clement McCallin, Peter Egan, Martin Bax, Ralph Cotterill, Phillip Manikum, John Kane, Terence Taplin, Terrence Hardiman, Trader Faulkner, Hugh Keays Byrne, Glynne Lewis, Frances de la Tour; dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp, 6.8x9.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 24 photos of Hamlets of the past, 16 cast photos, biographies, credits etc.; w.15" x 18.5" POSTER, and First and Second Quarto comparison sheet; packed programme (no adverts); slightly rumpled, else VG] £7

1970: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Sebastian Shaw (as The Duke), Ian Richardson (as Angelo), Patrick Barr, William Russell, Michael McGovern, Trader Faulkner, Allan Mitchell, Ted Valentine, John York, Estelle Kohler (as Isabella), Eileen Beldon, Sara Kestelman, Kieran Healy, Gregory Kahn, Terence Hardiman, Peter Harlowe, Richard Jones Barry, John Kane, Ben Kingsley (as Claudio), Peter Egan, Anthony Langdon, David Waller, Mary Rutherford, Gaye Rorke; dir:John Barton [card folder (8x10.5) containing 6 loose sheets: 14"x 19" POSTER, cast list, and 4 others; unusual and stylish programme; VG] £6

LONDON

1970: LONDON ASSURANCE - Dion Boucicault (Aldwych)
Donald Sinden, Judi Dench, Michael Williams, Barrie Ingham, Leonard Fenton, Miles Anderson, Janet Whiteside, Jeffery Dench, Derek Smith, Sydney Bromley, Elizabeth Spriggs, Christopher Biggins; dir:Ronald Eyre [20pp, 5.25x9; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1970: MAJOR BARBARA - George Bernard Shaw (Aldwych)
Judi Dench, Brewster Mason, Richard Pasco, Roger Rees, Michael Gambon; dir:Clifford Williams [24pp; 5.25x9; VG] £5

1970: TWELFTH NIGHT (Aldwych)
Judi Dench (as Viola), Gordon Reid, Morgan Sheppard, Richard Pasco (as Orsino), Roger Rees (as Curio), David Dundas, Anthony Pedley, Christopher Biggins, Adrian Harman, Lisa Harrow (as Olivia), Elizabeth Spriggs (as Maria), Leslie Sands, Barrie Ingham, Emrys James, Donald Sinden (as Malvolio), Alton Kumalo, Miles Anderson, Michael Shannon, Leonard Fenton, Peter Messaline, John Berwyn; dir:John Barton [24pp, 5.25x9; VG] £3

1970: TINY ALICE - Edward Albee (Aldwych) British Premiere
Ray McAnally, Richard Pearson, David Warner, Frank Gatliff, Irene Worth; dir:Robin Phillips [24pp, 5.25x9; notes, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1970: HENRY VIII (Aldwych)
Donald Sinden (as Henry VIII), Peggy Ashcroft (as Queen Katherine), Brewster Mason (as Cardinal Wolsey), Anthony Pedley, Emrys James, John Berwyn, Richard Pasco (as Duke of Buckingham), Jeffery Dench, Anne Dyson, Denis Holmes, Michael Gambon (as Earl of Surrey), Janet Whiteside, Nicholas Selby, Basil Clarke, Derek Smith, Michael Shannon, David Sinclair, Don Henderson, Peter Messaline, Richard Mayes, Miles Anderson, David Dundas, Boyd Mackenzie, David Bailie, Sydney Bromley, Maev Alexander, Madeleine Cannon, Lisa Harrow (as Anne Bullen), Juliet Aykroyd, Carol Hall, Peter Geddis, Gordon Reid, Christopher Biggins, Geoffrey Hutchings (as Cromwell), Pip Donaghy, George Collis, Stephen Brown, David Harrison, Richard Heywood, Joseph Jones, Martin Samuels, Adrian Wistreich; dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp, 5.25x9; cast, credits etc.; VG] £4

1970: THE PLEBIANS REHEARSE THE UPRISING - Gunter Grass, translated by Ralph Manheim (Aldwych)
Geoffrey Hutchings, Peter Geddis, Emrys James, Nicholas Selby, Peggy Ashcroft, Peter Messaline, Pip Donaghy, Gordon Reid, John Berwyn, Janet Henfrey, David Bailie, Denis Holmes, Morgan Sheppard, Don Henderson, Michael Shannon, Richard Mayes, David Sinclair, Boyd Mackenzie, David Dundas, Michael Gambon, Roger Rees, Alton Kumalo, Lisa Harrow, Anne Dyson; dir:David Jones [16pp, 5.25x9; cast, credits, articles etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

1970: TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Aldwych)
Ian Richardson, Peter Egan, Patrick Stewart, Estelle Kohler, Sebastian Shaw, Helen Mirren; dir:Robin Phillips [24pp, 5.25x9; cast, credits etc.; VG] £4

1970: TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Ian Richardson, Peter Egan, Patrick Stewart, Estelle Kohler, Helen Mirren; dir:Robin Phillips [20pp, 6.75x9.5; w.2 loose inserts: 15"x 18.5" POSTER & illustrated plot-sheet (6.25x18.5); 10 production photos; no formal cast list; biographies; packed programme (no adverts); VG w.a few marks] £6

1970: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Aldwych)
Michael Williams, Helen Mirren, Alan Howard, Patrick Stewart, Sara Kestelman, Hildegard Neil, Clifford Rose, Sebastian Shaw, Richard Moore, Norman Rodway, Bernard Lloyd, Ben Kingsley, David Waller; dir:John Barton [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, articles, credits; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1970: THE WINTER'S TALE (Aldwych)
Alton Kumalo, Barrie Ingham (as Leontes), Judi Dench (as Hermione / Perdita), Jeremy Richardson, Nicholas Selby, Morgan Sheppard, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Paulina), Anthony Pedley, Peter Messaline, Denis Holmes, Michael Shannon, Basil Clarke, David Dundas, Roger Rees, Miles Anderson, Boyd Mackenzie, John Berwyn, Janet Henfrey, Maev Alexander, Madeleine Cannon, Lisa Harrow, Janet Whiteside, Richard Pasco (as Polixenes), David Bailie, Derek Smith (as Autolycus), Sydney Bromley, Geoffrey Hutchings, Christopher Biggins (as Bear); dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 6x9; w.7 production photos; slightly rumpled] £4

1970: THE WINTER'S TALE (Aldwych)
Alton Kumalo, Barrie Ingham (as Leontes), Judi Dench (as Hermione / Perdita), Benedict Taylor, Joseph Jones, Nicholas Selby, Morgan Sheppard, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Paulina), Anthony Pedley, Peter Messaline, Denis Holmes, Michael Shannon, Basil Clarke, David Dundas, Roger Rees, Miles Anderson, Boyd Mackenzie, John Berwyn, Janet Henfrey, Maev Alexander, Madeleine Cannon, Lisa Harrow, Janet Whiteside, Richard Pasco (as Polixenes), David Bailie, Derek Smith (as Autolycus), Sydney Bromley, Geoffrey Hutchings, Christopher Biggins (as Bear); dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp, 5.25x9; w.7 production photos; VG] £4

1970: THE WINTER'S TALE (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Judi Dench, Barrie Ingham, Richard Pasco, Elizabeth Spriggs, Nicholas Selby, Derek Smith; dir:Trevor Nunn [large size: 20pp, 8x12.5; cast photos and biographies, illustrated articles, 10 rehearsal and production photos; no formal cast list; minor damp stains on cover, else VG] £4

1970: HENRY VIII (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Donald Sinden (as Henry VIII), Peggy Ashcroft (as Katharine of Aragon), Brewster Mason (as Cardinal Wolsey), Richard Pasco, Emrys James, Lisa Harrow, Jeffery Dench, Anne Dyson, Michael Gambon, Denis Holmes, Geoffrey Hutchings, Nicholas Selby, Derek Smith; dir:Trevor Nunn [large size: 20pp, 8x12.5; cast photos and biographies, illustrated articles; no formal cast list; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

ON TOUR

1970-71: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Dec-Jan [Christmas Season] (Aldwych)
HENRY VIII, TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA with Donald Sinden, Peggy Ashcroft, Brewster Mason, Richard Pasco, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren, Ian Richardson, Estelle Kohler, Peter Egan, Patrick Stewart [5.5x8.75; 4pp; w.cast lists, calendar of performances etc.] £3

RSC 1971 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1971: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Peter Woodthorpe, Tony Church (as Antonio), Anthony Pedley, Alton Kumalo, Miles Anderson, Michael Williams, Geoffrey Hutchings, David Calder (as Lorenzo), Robert Ashby, Emrys James (as Shylock), Jeffery Dench, Alison Fiske (as Jessica), Peter Geddis, Sydney Bromley, Judi Dench (as Portia), Polly James, Michael Shannon, Lynn Dearth, Bernard Lloyd, Derek Godfrey; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 7x11; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, photos of previous productions etc.; minor marks, else VG] £5

1971: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Richard Mayes, Tony Church (as Antonio), Denis Holmes, Kwesi Kay, Matthew Roberton, Bernard Lloyd, Roger Rees, David Calder (as Lorenzo), Nickolas Grace, Emrys James (as Shylock), Forbes Collins, Alison Fiske (as Jessica), Peter Geddis, Gordon Gostelow, Susan Fleetwood (as Portia), Lynn Dearth, Michael Shannon, Marion Lines, Robert Ashby, Peter Woodthorpe; dir:Terry Hands [20pp, 7x11; with 15.75"x 23" CAST-LIST POSTER; no adverts; packed with photographs, articles etc.; VG] £5

1971: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RST) Souvenir Programme
Tony Church, Gordon Gostelow, Adrian Harman, Peter Geddis, Denis Holmes, Ian Boddington / Mark Bradley, Alison Fiske, Polly James, Anne Dyson, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Beatrice), Lynn Dearth, Lisa Harrow, Marion Lines, Janet Whiteside, Jeffery Dench, Derek Godfrey (as Benedick), Roger Rees (as Claudio), Richard Pasco (as Don John), Morgan Sheppard, Anthony Pedley, Miles Anderson, David Calder, Robert Ashby, Peter Woodthorpe (as Dogberry), Sydney Bromley, Gordon Reid, Anthony Langdon, Ted Valentine; dir:Ronald Eyre [24pp, 7x11; with 15.75"x 23" POSTER in original folds; cast list, illustrated articles, Carl Davis' music for "Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more"; company photo, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

LONDON

1971: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Aldwych)
Tony Church, Gordon Gostelow, Adrian Harman, Peter Geddis, Denis Holmes, Mark Rogers, Alison Fiske, Polly James, Anne Dyson, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Beatrice), Lynn Dearth, Juliet Ackroyd, Marion Lines, Janet Whiteside, Jeffery Dench, Derek Godfrey (as Benedick), Roger Rees (as Claudio), Richard Pasco (as Don John), Morgan Sheppard, Anthony Pedley, Miles Anderson, David Calder, Robert Ashby, Peter Woodthorpe (as Dogberry), Sydney Bromley, Gordon Reid, Anthony Langdon, Ted Valentine; dir:Ronald Eyre [32pp, 5.25x9; w.production photos; VG] £4

1971: HENRY VIII (Aldwych)
Donald Sinden, Peggy Ashcroft, Brewster Mason, Emrys James, Richard Pasco, Jeffery Dench, Michael Gambon, Nicholas Selby, Derek Smith, Miles Anderson, Lisa Harrow, Christopher Biggins, Geoffrey Hutchings, Sydney Bromley; dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp; 5.25x9; w.ticket (Feb 17); VG] £4

1971: THE MAN OF MODE - Sir George Etherege (Aldwych)
Alan Howard, Julian Glover, Terence Taplin, David Waller, John Wood (as Sir Fopling Flutter), Brenda Bruce, Isla Blair, Vivien Merchant, Frances de la Tour, Helen Mirren, Elizabeth Tyrrell, Phillip Manikum, Lila Kaye, Colin Edwynn, Ronald Forfar, Mary Allen, Glynne Lewis, Hugh Keays Byrne, Michael Egan, Paul Alexander, Patrick Godfrey, Stephen White, Sam Rich, Benedict Taylor; dir:Terry Hands [32pp, 5.25x9; cast list, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1971: OLD TIMES - Harold Pinter (Aldwych)
Colin Blakely (as Deeley), Vivien Merchant (as Anna), Dorothy Tutin (as Kate); dir:Peter Hall [24pp, 5.25x9; cast list, cast biographies and photos, programme notes, 2 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1971: THE BALCONY - Jean Genet, translated by Barbara Wright and Terry Hands (Aldwych)
T P McKenna, Brenda Bruce, Frances de la Tour, Mary Rutherford, Clement McCallin, Hugh Keays Byrne, Philip Locke, Helen Mirren, Reg Lye, Laura Graham, John York, Ronald Forfar, Ralph Cotterill, Estelle Kohler, Barry Stanton, Holly Wilson, Heather Canning, Colin Edwynn, Patrick Stewart, Boyd Mackenzie, Patrick Godfrey, Terence Taplin, John Wood, Alan Howard; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 5.25x9; cast list, illustrated notes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1971: EXILES - James Joyce (Aldwych)
John Wood, Vivien Merchant, T P McKenna, Estlle Kohler, Marjorie Wilde; dir:Harold Pinter [32pp, 5.25x9; articles, photos, biographies; VG] £4

1971: ENEMIES - Maxim Gorky, version by Kitty Hunter Blair and Jeremy Brooks (Aldwych)
Philip Locke, Brenda Bruce, John Wood, Helen Mirren, Mary Rutherford, Sebastian Shaw, Reg Lye, Patrick Stewart, Sara Kestelman, Alan Howard, Lila Kaye, Phillip Manikum, Ben Kingsley, Glynne Lewis, David Waller, Hugh Keays Byrne, Paul Alexander, Terence Taplin, Patrick Godfrey, Ronald Forfar, John Kane, Mary Allen, Holly Wilson, Barry Stanton, Ralph Cotterill, John York, Clement McCallin, Edward Phillips, Colin Edwynn, Michael Egan; dir:David Jones [28pp, 5.25x9; cast list, illustrated articles, previous productions of Gorky plays w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1971: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Aldwych)
Alan Howard, Sara Kestelman, Ben Kingsley, David Waller, Patrick Stewart, John Kane; dir:Peter Brook [28pp, 5.25x9; w.production photos; VG] £4

1971: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Alan Howard, Sara Kestelman, Ben Kingsley, David Waller, Patrick Stewart, John Kane; dir:Peter Brook [20pp; 6.75x9.5; includes SOUVENIR POSTER containing cast list; superb packed programme w.production photos, articles, biographies etc.; a lovely souvenir of this remarkable production; slightly rumpled, else VG] £7

1971: MISS JULIE - August Strindberg, translated by Michael Meyer (The Place)
Heather Canning, Donal McCann (as Jean), Helen Mirren (as Miss Julie), Mary Allen, Isla Blair, Colin Edwynn, Michael Egan, Ron Forfar, Julian Glover, Patrick Godfrey, Edward Phillips, Holly Wilson; dir:Robin Phillips [4pp, 8.5x11.4; cast list, biographies, programme note, credits etc.; uncommon; folded twice, else VG] £2

1971: AFTER HAGGERTY - David Mercer (Criterion Theatre)
Frank Finlay, Billie Whitelaw, Leslie Sands, David Wood; dir:David Jones [24pp, 5.25x9; photos, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1971: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Aug-Nov [Booking Period 3] (Aldwych)
MAN OF MODE, EXILES, ENEMIES, MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, OLD TIMES with Frances de la Tour, Julian Glover, Alan Howard, Vivien Merchant, Helen Mirren, David Waller, John Wood, Estelle Kohler, Brenda Bruce, Sara Kestelman, Ben Kingsley, Sebastian Shaw, Patrick Stewart, Colin Blakely, Dorothy Tutin [5.5x8.75; 4pp; w.cast lists, calendar of performances etc.] £3

RSC 1972 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1972: JULIUS CAESAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Mark Dignam (as Julius Caesar), John Wood (as Brutus), Patrick Stewart (as Cassius), Gerald James, Phillip Manikum, John Atkinson, Tim Pigott-Smith (as Dardanius / Metellus Cimber), Keith Taylor, Paul Gaymon, Richard Johnson (as Mark Antony), Corin Redgrave (as Octavius Caesar), Raymond Westwell, Patrick Godfrey, Lennard Pearce, Malcolm Kaye, Constantin de Goguel, Clement McCallin, Margaret Tyzack (as Portia), Judy Cornwell (as Calpurnia), John Bardon, Arthur Whybrow, Robert Oates, Michael Egan, John Bott, Joe Marcell, Jonathan Holt, Chris Harris, Thomas Chesleigh, Don Henderson, Desmond Stokes, Sidney Livingstone, Jason Rose, Martin Milman, Christopher Jenkinson, Wendy Bailey, Loftus Burton, Joseph Charles, Hans De Vries, Peter Godfrey, Tony Osoba, Michael Radcliffe, Simon Rouse, Kevan Sheehan, Mavis Taylor Blake; dir:Trevor Nunn, with Buzz Goodbody and Euan Smith [28pp, 7x11; with 16"x 23" POSTER in red/black/white, a few light marks; programme VG] £6

1972: CORIOLANUS (RST) Souvenir Programme
Ian Hogg (as Coriolanus), Mark Dignam (as Menenius), Clement McCallin, John Bott, Patrick Godfrey, Constantin De Goguel, Desmond Stokes, Lennard Pearce, Keith Taylor, Michael Egan, Thomas Chesleigh, Hans De Vries, Martin Milman, Christopher Jenkinson, Margaret Tyzack (as Volumnia), Rosemary McHale (as Virgilia), Edwina Ford, Mavis Taylor Blake, Wendy Bailey, Raymond Westwell, Gerald James, Sidney Livingstone, Jonathan Holt, John Bardon, Robert Oates, Geoffrey Hutchings, Arthur Whybrow, Phillip Manikum, Darien Angadi, John Atkinson, Loftus Burton, Joseph Charles, Paul Gaymon, Peter Godfrey, Chris Harris, Malcolm Kaye, Joan MacArthur, Joe Marcell, Tony Osoba, Michael Radcliffe, Jason Rose, Simon Rouse, Kevan Sheehan, Don Henderson, Patrick Stewart (as Tullus Aufidius), Tim Pigott-Smith (as Tullus Lieutenant); dir:Trevor Nunn, with Buzz Goodbody [28pp, 7x11; with 16"x 23" POSTER; illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, cast list, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1972: Design for Coriolanus (Short Toga) in CORIOLANUS (Stratford-upon-Avon) Postcard
Design by Ann Curtis [6"x4" Arts Council postcard; VG] £1

1972: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (RST) Souvenir Programme
Janet Suzman, Richard Johnson, Corin Redgrave, Patrick Stewart, Patrick Godfrey, Tim Pigott-Smith, Judy Cornwell, Raymond Westwell; dir:Trevor Nunn [28pp, 7x11; illustrated articles, rehearsal photos etc.; VG] £5

1972: Design for Janet Suzman as Cleopatra (in monument scene) in ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Stratford-upon-Avon) Postcard
Design by Ann Curtis [6"x4" Arts Council postcard; VG] £1

1972: TITUS ANDRONICUS (RST) Poster only
John Wood, Colin Blakely, Ian Hogg, Tim Pigott-Smith, Janet Suzman, Margaret Tyzack; dir:Trevor Nunn [16x23 poster in gold/black/silver/white, with cast list; VG with original folds] £2

1972: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (RST) Souvenir Programme
Clement McCallin, Raymond Westwell, Corin Redgrave (as Antipholus of Ephesus), John Wood (as Antipholus of Syracuse), Chris Harris (as Dromio of Ephesus), Geoffrey Hutchings (as Dromio of Syracuse), John Bott, Gerald James, Lennard Pearce, Jonathan Holt, Phillip Manikum, Sidney Livingstone, Hans de Vries, Darien Angadi, Joan MacArthur, Judy Cornwell (as Adriana), Rosemary McHale (as Luciana), Wendy Bailey, Edwina Ford, Joseph Charles, Paul Gaymon, Peter Godfrey, Christopher Jenkinson, Amanda Knott, Pamela Miles, Michael Radcliffe, Kevan Sheehan, Mavis Taylor Blake; dir:Clifford Williams [28pp, 7x11; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 15 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; with 16"x 23" POSTER in original folds; VG] £6

1972: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Oct-Dec [Booking Period 4] (RST)
CORIOLANUS, JULIUS CAESAR, COMEDY OF ERRORS, ANTONY & CLEO, TITUS ANDRONICUS with Ian Hogg, Patrick Stewart, Margaret Tyzack, Richard Johnson, Corin Redgrave, John Wood, Janet Suzman, Colin Blakely [3.5x5; 32pp; w.cast lists, calendar of performances etc.] £3

LONDON

1972: MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL - T S Eliot (Aldwych)
Richard Pasco (as Thomas Becket), Denis Holmes, Nickolas Grace, Morgan Sheppard, Bernard Lloyd, Anthony Pedley, Tony Church, Brewster Mason, Susan Fleetwood, Julia Blalock, Heather Canning, Valerie Colgan, Jane Cussons, Lila Kaye, Marion Lines, Philip Doghan, Colin Mayes, John Hug, Peter Machin, Lloyd McGuire, Michael Walker; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 5.25x9; notes, illustrations; VG] £4

1972: THE LOWER DEPTHS - Maxim Gorky, version by Kitty Hunter Blair and Jeremy Brooks (Aldwych)
Tony Church, Heather Canning, Lisa Harrow, Richard Mayes, Peter Geddis, Morgan Sheppard, Lynn Dearth, Alison Fiske, Lila Kaye, Richard Pasco, Bernard Lloyd, Peter Woodthorpe, Mike Pratt, Gordon Gostelow, Nickolas Grace, Robert Ashby, David Calder, Ted Valentine, Marion Lines, Forbes Collins; dir:David Jones [32pp, 5.25x9; illustrated articles, photos of previous productions; minor marks, else VG] £3

1972: ALL OVER - Edward Albee (Aldwych) British Premiere
Peggy Ashcroft (as The Wife), Angela Lansbury (as The Mistress), David Waller (as The Son), Sheila Hancock (as The Daughter), Sebastian Shaw (as The Best Friend), David Markham, Patience Collier (as The Nurse), Graham Leaman, Colin Edwynn, Vernon Smythe, Godfrey Jackman; dir:Peter Hall [24pp, 5.25x9; cast list, 5 rehearsal photos, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1972: THE ISLAND OF THE MIGHTY - John Arden with Margaretta D'Arcy (Aldwych)
Emrys James (as Merlin), Patrick Allen (as Arthur), Richard Pasco (as Medraut), Morgan Sheppard, Peter Geddis, Matthew Roberton, Michael Walker, Ted Valentine, Roger Rees, David Calder, Anthony Pedley, Richard Mayes, Susan Fleetwood, Lila Kaye, Heather Canning, Lisa Harrow, Tony Church, Michael Shannon, Valerie Colgan, Marion Lines, Lloyd McGuire, Forbes Collins, Lynn Dearth, Mike Pratt, Denis Holmes, Robert Ashby, Forbes Collins, Bernard Lloyd, Godon Gostelow, Estelle Kohler (as Gwenhwyvar), Peter Machin, John Hug, Beatrix Lehmann (as Morgan), Julia Blalock; dir:David Jones [28pp, 5.25x9; cast list, illustrations, articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1972: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Aldwych)
Richard Mayes, Tony Church, Denis Holmes, Kwesi Kay, Matthew Roberton, Bernard Lloyd, Roger Rees, David Calder, Nickolas Grace, Emrys James (as Shylock), Forbes Collins, Alison Fiske, Peter Geddis, Gordon Gostelow, Susan Fleetwood (as Portia), Lynn Dearth, Michael Shannon, Marion Lines, Robert Ashby, Peter Woodthorpe; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 5.25x9; production photos, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1972 (Christmas): A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Aldwych)
Alan Howard (as Theseus/Oberon), Gemma Jones (as Hippolyta/Titania), Robert Lloyd, Philip Locke, Barry Stanton (as Bottom), George Sweeney, Richard Moore, Malcolm Rennie, Hugh Keays Byrne, Zhivila Roche, Philip Sayer, Jennie Stoller, David Meyer, Doyne Byrd, Patricia Doyle, Gillian Joyce, Anthony Meyer, Pauline Munro, Roshan Seth; dir:Peter Brook [20pp, 5.25x9; 5 production photos, biographies etc.; A brief return to the Aldwych during world tour of Peter Brook's production; VG] £4

1972: OTHELLO (Aldwych)
Brewster Mason (as Othello), David Calder, Emrys James (as Iago), Lisa Harrow (as Desdemona), Heather Canning, Roger Rees, Morgan Sheppard, Denis Holmes, Anthony Pedley,Ted Valentine, Michael Shannon, Nickolas Grace, Michael Walker, Peter Machin, Robert Ashby, Forbes Collins, Lloyd McGuire, John Hug, Matthew Roberton, Lynn Dearth; dir:John Barton [32pp, 5.25x9; cast list, 5 production photos, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1972: OTHELLO (Aldwych) Souvenir Brochure
Brewster Mason, Emrys James, Lisa Harrow, Heather Canning, Roger Rees, Nickolas Grace, Lynn Dearth; dir:John Barton [24pp, 7x11; rehearsal photos, illustrated articles, 8 biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £5

1972: LONDON ASSURANCE - Dion Bouccicault (New Theatre)
Anthony Pedley, Harold Bennett, Donald Sinden (as Sir Harcourt Courtly), Michael Williams, Dinsdale Landen (as Dazzle), Jeffery Dench, Edmond Bennett, Miles Anderson, Janet Whiteside, Judi Dench (as Grace Harkaway), Derek Smith, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Lady Gay Spanker), Sydney Bromley, Christopher Biggins; dir:Ronald Eyre [24pp, 5.25x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, illustrated article, credits etc.; VG] £4

1972: LONDON ASSURANCE - Dion Bouccicault (New Theatre)
Donald Gee, Harold Bennett, Donald Sinden (as Sir Harcourt Courtly), Michael Williams, Dinsdale Landen (as Dazzle), Jeffery Dench, Edmond Bennett, Miles Anderson, Janet Whiteside, Sinead Cusack (as Grace Harkaway), John Cater, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Lady Gay Spanker), Sydney Bromley, Christopher Biggins; dir:Ronald Eyre [28pp, 5.25x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, illustrated article, credits etc.; VG] £4

1972: LONDON ASSURANCE - Dion Bouccicault (New Theatre)
Donald Gee, Andrew Murray, Donald Sinden (as Sir Harcourt Courtly), Michael Williams, Norman Rodway (as Dazzle), Jeffery Dench, Edmond Bennett, Geoffrey Hayes, Janet Whiteside, Sinead Cusack (as Grace Harkaway), John Cater, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Lady Gay Spanker), Sydney Bromley, Monty James; dir:Ronald Eyre [24pp, 5.25x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, illustrated article, credits etc.; VG] £4

1972: FLOURISH 1972 Issue One RSC Club news-sheet
Articles on John Barton's OTHELLO (w.photo), Gorky's LOWER DEPTHS (w.7 photos), Emrys James: Finding acting in myself (w.2 photos) [4pp, 8.5x11; uncommon; neatly folded in half, else VG] £4

1972: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Jun-Aug [Booking Period 1] (Aldwych)
MERCHANT OF VENICE, LOWER DEPTHS, OTHELLO with Emrys James, Susan Fleetwood, Roger Rees, Nikolas Grace, Lisa Harrow, Richard Pasco, Brewster Mason, Elizabeth Spriggs [5.5x8.75; 4pp; w.cast lists, calendar of performances etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1972: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Oct-Nov [Booking Period 3] (Aldwych)
MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL, OTHELLO, LOWER DEPTHS, MERCHANT OF VENICE with Richard Pasco, Brewster Mason, Tony Church, Susan Fleetwood, Lisa Harrow, Emrys James, Roger Rees, Nikolas Grace, Elizabeth Spriggs [5.5x8.75; 4pp; w.cast lists, calendar of performances etc.] £3

RSC 1973 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1973 (12 Jan): A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alan Howard (as Theseus/Oberon), Gemma Jones (as Hippolyta/Titania), Robert Lloyd, Denis Carey, Barry Stanton (as Bottom), George Sweeney, Phillip Manikum, Malcolm Rennie, Hugh Keays Byrne, Zhivila Roche, Terence Taplin, Jennie Stoller, Philip Sayer, Doyne Byrd, Patricia Doyle, Gillian Joyce, Anthony Meyer, David Meyer, Pauline Munro, Roshan Seth, Tony McVey, Robin Weatherall, John Zaradin; dir:Peter Brook [20pp, 6.8x9.5; [these performances at Stratford were part of a World Tour]; extensive illustrated articles: date, source and plot of the play, performance history (w.11 photos), comments on this production, Sally Jacob's set design, comment on the play (w.3 photos), and biographical articles on Peter Brook (w.large photo) and Sally Jacobs; w.4pp cast list and biographies insert; date ("12 January 1973") written on cover, else VG] £6

1973: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (RST) Souvenir Programme
Charles Keating, Colin Mayes, John Abbott, Robert Ashby, Denis Holmes, Lloyd McGuire, Sydney Bromley (as Christopher Sly), Annette Badland, Gavin Campbell, Ray Armstrong, Wilfred Grove, Catherine Kessler, Leon Tanner, Peter Machin, David Suchet (as Tranio), Derek Smith (as Baptista), Jeffery Dench, Susan Fleetwood (as Katherina), Anthony Pedley, Louise Jameson, Nickolas Grace (as Biondello), Alan Bates (as Petruchio), Brian Glover, Richard Mayes, Janet Whiteside; dir:Clifford Williams [39pp, 7x11; w.cast list, articles, illustrations, photos etc.; with 16"x 23" POSTER in original folds; adverts removed, else VG] £5

1973: ROMEO AND JULIET (RST) Souvenir Programme
Clement McCallin, Bernard Lloyd (as Mercutio), Anthony Pedley, Lloyd McGuire, Colin Mayes, Richard Mayes, Janet Whiteside, Timothy Dalton (as Romeo), Peter Machin, John Abbott, Nickolas Grace, Jeffery Dench, Brenda Bruce, Estelle Kohler (as Juliet), Denis Holmes, David Suchet (as Tybalt), Beatrix Lehmann (as Nurse), Brian Glover, Gavin Campbell, Tony Church (as Friar Laurence), Janet Chappell, Robert Ashby, Ray Armstrong, Michael Ensign, Annette Badland, Louise Jameson; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 7x11; with 16"x 23" POSTER in original folds, cast list, articles, illustrations, rehearsal photos etc.; VG] £6

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1973: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (RST) Souvenir Programme
Bernard Lloyd (as Ferdinand), Robert Ashby, Michael Ensign, Ian Richardson (as Berowne), Tony Church (as Don Adriano), Tony Valls / Joseph Murru, Susan Fleetwood (as Princess of France), Sebastian Shaw, Catherine Kessler, Janet Chappell, Estelle Kohler (as Rosaline), Wilfred Grove, Leon Tanner, Denis Holmes, Timothy Dalton (as Costard), Louise Jameson, Gavin Campbell, Derek Smith (as Holofernes), Jeffery Dench, Annette Badland, Peter Machin; dir:David Jones [28pp, 7x11; cast list, articles, rehearsal photographs, credits etc.; includes 16"x 23" POSTER as above; VG] £5

LONDON

1973: LANDSCAPE and A SLIGHT ACHE - Harold Pinter (Aldwych)
Peggy Ashcroft, David Waller, Peter Schofield; dir:Peter James and Peter Hall [28pp, 5.25x9; w.production photos; VG] £4

1973: SUZANNA ANDLER - Marguerite Duras (Aldwych)
Eileen Atkins, Stanley Lebor, Dinsdale Landen, Lynn Farleigh; dir:Howard Sackler [24pp, 5.25x9; cast list, cast biographies and photos; VG] £3

1973: THE LOWER DEPTHS - Maxim Gorky, version by Kitty Hunter Blair and Jeremy Brooks (Aldwych)
Richard Pasco, Lisa Harrow, Bernard Lloyd, Peter Woodthorpe, Nickolas Grace, Tony Church, Richard Mayes, Alison Fiske, Lila Kaye, Mike Pratt, David Calder; dir:David Jones [32pp, 5.25x9; illustrated articles, photos of previous productions; minor marks, else VG] £3

1973: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Aldwych)
Richard Johnson (as Antony), Patrick Stewart (as Enobarbus), Gareth Hunt, Morgan Sheppard, Christopher Jenkinson, Joe Marcell, Malcolm Kaye, Robert Oates, Arthur Whybrow, Janet Suzman (as Cleopatra), Rosemary McHale, Madeline Bellamy, Darien Angadi, Paul Gaymon, Loftus Burton, Lennard Pearce, John Bott, Sidney Livingstone, Michael Egan, Joseph Charles, Edwina Ford, Tony Osoba, Geoffrey Hutchings, Desmond Stokes, Corin Redgrave (as Octavius Caesar), Patrick Godfrey, Walter Brown, Jonathan Kent, Martin Milman, Keith Taylor, Emlyn Price, Mark Sheridan, Mary Rutherford, Philip Locke, Tim Pigott-Smith (as Sextus Pompeius); dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 5.25x9; cast list, biographies, credits; VG] £4

1973: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Richard Johnson, Janet Suzman, Patrick Stewart, Corin Redgrave; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 7x11; packed with articles, illustrations, photographs, biographies etc; no formal cast list; VG] £5

1973: CORIOLANUS (Aldwych) Cast List only
Nicol Williamson, Oscar James, Margaret Tyzack, Tony Osoba, Darien Angadi; dir:Trevor Nunn [4.75x8.75 sheet, printed on both sides; VG] £free

1973: TITUS ANDRONICUS (Aldwych)
Colin Blakely, John Wood, Patrick Stewart, Tim Pigott-Smith, Gareth Hunt, Jonathan Kent, Judy Geeson, Mark Dignam, Patrick Godfrey, Tony Osoba, Margaret Whiting, Geoffrey Hutchings; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 5.25x9; cast list, biographies, credits; VG] £4

1973: JULIUS CAESAR (Aldwych)
John Wood, Patrick Stewart, Richard Johnson, Corin Redgrave, Mark Dignam, Philip Locke, Tim Pigott-Smith, Margaret Tyzack, Gareth Hunt; dir:Trevor Nunn with Buzz Goodbody and Euan Smith [24pp, 5.25x9; cast list, biographies, credits; VG] £4

1973: SECTION NINE - Philip Magdalany (The Place)
Colin Blakely, Judy Geeson, Geoffrey Hutchings, Gareth Hunt, Stephen Moore, Margaret Whiting, David Waller, Patrick Godfrey, Jonathan Kent; dir:Charles Marowitz [4pp, 6.5x10; cast list, biographies, notes; several folds, else VG] £2

1973: LANDSCAPE and A SLIGHT ACHE - Harold Pinter (Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon)
Peggy Ashcroft, David Waller, Peter Schofield; dir:Peter James and Peter Hall [16pp, 5.8x8.25; cast list, biographies w.photos, articles, credits etc.; VG] £2

1973: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Jul-Sep [Booking Period 1] (Aldwych)
CORIOLANUS, JULIUS CAESAR, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, TITUS ANDRONICUS with Nicol Williamson, Margaret Tyzack, Richard Johnson, Corin Redgrave, Patrick Stewart, John Wood, Janet Suzman, Colin Blakely, Judy Geeson, Margaret Whiting [5.5x8.75; 6pp; w.cast lists, calendar of performances etc.] £4

1973-74: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Dec-Mch [Booking Period 4] (Aldwych)
DUCK SONG, SHERLOCK HOLMES, SECTION NINE, LANDSCAPE, A SLIGHT ACHE, MIDWINTER SPRING with Gareth Hunt, Elizabeth Spriggs, David Waller, Mark Dignam, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Philip Locke, Nicholas Selby, John Wood, Judy Geeson, Stephen Moore, Margaret Whiting, Peggy Ashcroft [5.5x8.75; 6pp; w.cast lists, calendar of performances etc.] £4

RSC 1974 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1974: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST) Souvenir Programme
John Price, Louis Sheldon, Walter McMonagle, George Fenton, Jane Lapotaire (as Viola), Robert Lloyd, Mary Rutherford, David Waller, Frank Thornton (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Nicol Williamson (as Malvolio), Patricia Hayes, Ron Pember, Brian Hall, Mark Dowse, Gay Hamilton, Angela Phillips, Paul Moriarty, Richard Griffiths, Anthony O'Donnell; dir:Peter Gill [28pp, 7x11; w.cast list, articles, illustrations, photos etc.; VG] £5

1974: CYMBELINE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Sebastian Shaw, Sheila Allen, Charles Keating, Susan Fleetwood (as Imogen), Tim Pigott-Smith, David Suchet, Michael Ensign, Ray Armstrong, Wilfred Grove, Jeffery Dench, Mark Cooper, John Boswall, Malcolm Armstrong, Ian Richardson (as Iachimo), Leon Tanner, Robert Ashby, Philip Dunbar, Tony Church, Jonathan Kent, Julian Barnes, Roger Bizley, Jean Gilpin, Gavin Campbell, Lynette Davies, Doyne Byrd; dir:John Barton, Clifford Williams, Barry Kyle [30pp; 7x11; plus 4pp biographical insert; w.cast list, articles, illustrations, photos etc.; VG] £5

1974: KING JOHN (RST) Souvenir Programme
Emrys James (as King John), Hilda Braid (as Queen Elinor), Simon Walker, Louise Jameson (as Blanche of Spain), Richard Pasco (as Philip the Bastard), Wilfred Grove, Janet Whiteside, David Suchet (as Hubert), Denis Holmes, Richard Mayes, Roger Bizley, John Boswall, Philip Dunbar, Albert Welling, John Labanowski, Gavin Campbell, Benedict Taylor, Sheila Allen (as Constance), Clement McCallin, Jonathan Kent, Ray Armstrong, Malcolm Armstrong, Julian Barnes, Mark Cooper, Leon Tanner, Jeffery Dench (as Cardinal Pandulph), Mike Gwilym, Michael Ensign, Lynette Davies, Jean Gilpin; dir John Barton with Barry Kyle [28pp, 7x11; w.cast list, articles, illustrations, 10 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; PLUS 4pp biographical insert; VG] £5

1974: RICHARD II (RST) Souvenir Programme
Richard Pasco and Ian Richardson (alternating as King Richard and Bolingbroke), Janet Chappell, Clement McCallin (as John of Gaunt), Sebastian Shaw, Hilda Braid, Janet Whiteside, Denis Holmes, Richard Mayes, Albert Welling, Jonathan Kent, Michael Ensign, Ray Armstrong, John Boswall, Leon Tanner, Julian Barnes, Philip Dunbar, Gavin Campbell, Robert Ashby, Wilfred Grove, Malcolm Armstrong, Mark Cooper, Jean Gilpin, John Labanowski; dir:John Barton [28pp, 7x11; cast list, illustrated articles, 12 rehearsal photos etc.; w.cast biographies insert; minor foxing on cover, else VG] £4

LONDON

1974: SHERLOCK HOLMES - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and William Gillette (Aldwych)
Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Madge Larrabee), Harry Towb, Nicholas Selby (as James Larrabee), Madeline Bellamy, Trevor Peacock, Mary Rutherford, John Wood (as Sherlock Holmes), Philip Locke (as Professor Moriarty), Paul Gaymon, Martin Milman, Sean Clarke, Tim Pigott-Smith (as Doctor Watson), Peter Schofield, Christopher Jenkinson, Keith Taylor, Sidney Livingstone, Patrick Godfrey, John Bott, Francis Maguire, Joseph Charles, Lee Crawford, Joe Marcell, Joan Morrow; dir:Frank Dunlop [28pp, 5.25x9; cast list, biographies, 8 production photos, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1974: SECTION NINE - Philip Magdalany (Aldwych)
Stephen Moore, Judy Geeson, Geoffrey Hutchings, Gareth Hunt; dir:Charles Marowitz [24pp; 5.25x9; w.c16 rehearsal and production photos; VG] £4

1974: THE MARQUIS OF KEITH - Frank Wedekind, version by Ronald Eyre and Alan Best (Aldwych)
Charles Keating, Catherine Kessler, Ian McKellen, Ian Richardson, Louise Jameson, Sara Kestelman, Jeffery Dench, Trevor T Smith, Malcolm Armstrong, Mike Gwilym, Norman Tyrrell, Roger Bizley, John Boswall, Maroussia Frank, Meriel Brook, John Labanowski, Mark Cooper, Emma Williams, Deborah Fairfax, Patti Love, Annette Badland, Albert Welling, Wilfred Grove, Doyne Byrd; dir:Ronald Eyre [20pp, 5.25x8.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, company biographies etc.; VG] £4

1974: THE BEWITCHED - Peter Barnes (Aldwych) World Premiere
Mark Dignam (as Philip IV), Elizabeth Spriggs, Alan Howard (as Carlos II), Rosemary McHale, George Claydon, Peter O'Farrell, Janet Henfrey, Walter McMonagle, Joe Marcell, Michael Mellinger, Anthony Nash, Philip Locke, Joe Melia, David Waller (as Father Motilla), Trevor Peacock, Edwina Ford, Joan Morrow, Madeline Bellamy, Philip Doghan, Christopher Jenkinson, Keith Taylor, Arthur Whybrow, Nicholas Selby, Tim Buckland, Patrick Godfrey, Lee Crawford, Phillip Manikum, Peter Geddis, Barry Stanton, Sidney Livingstone, Valerie Verdon, Dilys Laye, John Udall, Howard Hennigan; dir:Terry Hands [32pp, 5.25x9; cast list, articles, illustrations, photographs etc.;VG] £4

1974: DUCK SONG - David Mercer (Aldwych) World Premiere
David Waller, Mark Dignam, Elizabeth Spriggs, Gareth Hunt; dir:David Jones [24pp, 5.25x9; articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £3

1974: SUMMERFOLK - Maxin Gorky (Aldwych)
Ian Richardson, Norman Rodway, Estelle Kohler, Mike Gwilym, David Suchet, Susan Fleetwood, Margaret Tyzack; dir:David Jones [24pp; 5.25x9; articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £4

1974: DOCTOR FAUSTUS - Christopher Marlowe (Aldwych)
Clement McCallin, Jeffery Dench, Richard Mayes, Emrys James (as Mephostophilis), Ian McKellen (as Faustus), Terence Wilton, Malcolm Armstrong, Julian Barnes, John Boswall, Leon Tanner, Jean Gilpin, Meriel Brook, Denis Holmes, John Riley; dir:John Barton [32pp, 5.25x8.75; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1974: RICHARD II (Aldwych)
Ian Richardson and Richard Pasco (alternating as Richard and Bolingbroke), Sebastian Shaw, Jonathan Kent, Clement McCallin, Tony Church, Julian Barnes, Gavin Campbell; dir:John Barton [28pp, 5.25x9; biographies, articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £4

1974: CYMBELINE (Aldwych)
Ian Richardson, Sebastian Shaw, Sheila Allen, Susan Fleetwood, Terence Wylton, David Suchet, Jeffery Dench, Tony Church, Jonathan Kent; dir:Barry Kyle, with John Barton and Clifford Williams [32pp, 5.25x9; biographies, articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £4

1974: THE BEAST - Snoo Wilson (The Place)
Peter Eyre, Richard Pasco, Rosemary McHale, Brenda Bruce; dir:Howard Davies [4pp, 5.75x8; cast, notes, credits; play about Aleister Crowley; minor edge damage, jottings on inner pages, else VG] £1

1974: COMRADES - August Strindberg, adaptation by Jeremy Brooks (The Place)
Susan Fleetwood, Annette Badland, Brenda Bruce, Rosemary McHale, Deborah Fairfax, Janet Whiteside, Janet Chappell, Peter Eyre, Clement McCallin, Philip Dunbar, David Suchet, Doyne Byrd; dir:Barry Kyle [4pp, 5.75x8; cast, notes, cast sketches by the cast, credits; VG] £2

1974: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET May-Aug [Booking Period 7] (Aldwych)
TRAVESTIES, THE BEWITCHED, SHERLOCK HOLMES with Maria Aitken, Tom Bell, John Bott, John Hurt, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Frank Windsor, John Wood, Tim Buckland, George Claydon, Lee Crawford, Mark Dignam, Peter Geddis, Patrick Godfrey, Janet Henfrey, Alan Howard, Dilys Laye, Philip Locke, Phillip Manikum, Rosemary McHale, Joe Melia, Peter O'Farrell, Trevor Peacock, Nicholas Selby, Elizabeth Spriggs, Barry Stanton, David Waller, Arthur Whybrow, Tim Pigott-Smith, Mary Rutherford, Peter Schofield, Harry Towb [5.5x8.75, 6pp; w.cast lists, calendar of performances, seating plan, ticket prices etc.; VG] £4

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