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JOHN GIELGUD (1904 - 2000)

John Gielgud, 1950 Postcard
Stars of the Stage: Series 1 [6"x4" BBC Hulton Picture Library postcard HPL 719; VG] £1

1924 (May): ROMEO AND JULIET (Regent Theatre, King's Cross)
John Gielgud (aged 20), Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Rex O'Malley, Grosvenor North, Charles Vane, Scott Sunderland, Osmund Willson, Eric Lugg, Campbell Gullan, Gerald Jerome, Cicely Oates, Marie Housley, Barbara Gott, produced by H.K.Ayliff, presented by Barry Jackson, costumes designed by Paul Shelving [8pp, 5.6x8.7; full cast list, credits, ticket prices, theatre notes etc.; most uncommon early souvenir of Gielgud; (Ivor Brown in The Observer wrote: "Mr.Gielgud's body from his hips down never meant anything throughout the evening. He has the most meaningless legs imaginable."); N.B. picture not included; light foxing, very minor edge damage, else VG] £10

1932: MUSICAL CHAIRS - Ronald Mackenzie (Criterion)
John Gielgud, Frank Vosper, Carol Goodner, Margaret Webster, Dorice Fordred, Amy Vaness, Jack Livesey, Finlay Currie; dir:Komisarjevsky [24pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 4 large photos; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1933 (2 Feb): RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre) First Night Programme
John Gielgud, Richard Ainley, Gordon Glennon, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Kinsey Peile, H R Hignett, Frederick Lloyd, Francis Lister, Margaret Webster, Barbara Dillon, Henry Mollison, Donald Wolfit, Walter Hudd, Clement McCallin, Margot Macalaster, Reyner Barton, Andrew Churchman, Alfred Harris, Margery Phipps-Walker, Bryan Coleman, Kenneth Ball, Ralph Truman; dir:John Gielgud [4pp, 5.6x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, notes, credits etc.; VG] £6

1933: RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Richard Ainley, Gordon Glennon, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Kinsey Peile, H R Hignett, Frederick Lloyd, Francis Lister, Margaret Webster, Barbara Dillon, Henry Mollison, Donald Wolfit, Walter Hudd, Clement McCallin, Margot Macalaster, Reyner Barton, Andrew Churchman, Alfred Harris, Margery Phipps-Walker, Bryan Coleman, Kenneth Ball, Ralph Truman; dir:John Gielgud [24pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, production photo, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1933: RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Richard Ainley, Leonard Hibbs, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Alfred Harris, H R Hignett, Frederick Lloyd, Jack Hawkins, Margaret Webster, Barbara Dillon, Ralph Truman, Donald Wolfit, Clement McCallin, Gordon Glennon, Margot Macalaster, Reyner Barton, Andrew Churchman, Earle Grey, Margery Phipps-Walker, Bryan Coleman, Micky Hyland, Robert Rendel; dir:John Gielgud [20pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, production photo, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1933 (Jun): RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Richard Ainley, Gordon Glennon, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Kinsey Peile, H R Hignett, Frederick Lloyd, Francis Lister, Margaret Webster, Barbara Dillon, Henry Mollison, Donald Wolfit, Walter Hudd, Clement McCallin, Margot Macalaster, Reyner Barton, Andrew Churchman, Alfred Harris, Margery Phipps-Walker, Bryan Coleman, Kenneth Ball, Ralph Truman; dir:John Gielgud [24pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, production photo, credits etc.; "17th June 1933" faintly written on cover, else VG] £4

1933: RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Clement McCallin, Gordon Glennon, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Alfred Harris, H R Hignett, Frederick Lloyd, Francis Lister, Margaret Webster, Barbara Dillon, Henry Mollison, Donald Wolfit, Walter Hudd, Bryan Coleman, Margot Macalaster, Reyner Barton, Andrew Churchman, George Devine, Margery Phipps-Walker, Leonard Hibbs, Micky Hyland, Robert Rendel; dir:John Gielgud [20pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, production photo, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1934 (2-7 Apr): RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (King's Theatre, Edinburgh)
John Gielgud, Richard Ainley, Leonard Hibbs, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Earle Grey, H R Hignett, Henry Wolston, Eric Portman, Virginia Isham, Barbara Dillon, Ellis Irving, Clifford Bartlett, Clement McCallin, Gordon Glennon, Margot Macalaster, Reyner Barton, Andrew Churchman, Stuart Bull, Bryan Coleman, Simon Peterson; dir:John Gielgud [6 page triplefold, 5.8x11.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits; most uncommon; flimsy, slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1934 (May): RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (Golder's Green Hippodrome)
John Gielgud, Richard Ainley, Leonard Hibbs, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Earle Grey, H R Hignett, Henry Wolston, Eric Portman, Virginia Isham, Barbara Dillon, Ellis Irving, Clifford Bartlett, Clement McCallin, Gordon Glennon, Margot Macalaster, Reyner Barton, Andrew Churchman, Stuart Bull, Bryan Coleman, Simon Peterson; dir:John Gielgud [24pp, 5.8x11.5 Magazine Programme (No.1004); cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits; slightly rumpled, staples slightly rusty, "26/5/34" pencilled on cover, else VG] £4

1934: THE MAITLANDS - Ronald Mackenzie (Wyndham's)
John Gielgud, Stephen Haggard, Catherine Lacey, May Whitty, Frederick Lloyd, Isobel Ohmead, Sophie Stewart, Jack Hawkins, Joan Marion; dir:Komisarjevsky [12pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 2 production photos, portrait of Gielgud, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1934: THE MAITLANDS - Ronald Mackenzie (Wyndham's)
John Gielgud, Stephen Haggard, Catherine Lacey, May Whitty, Frederick Lloyd, Isobel Ohmead, Sophie Stewart, Jack Hawkins, Joan Marion; dir:Komisarjevsky [8pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, notes, credits etc.; small internal tear, else VG] £1

1934: HAMLET (New)
John Gielgud (as Hamlet), George Devine (as Bernardo/1st Player), Peter Murray-Hill, Jack Hawkins (as Horatio), Howison Culff, William Devlin (as Ghost), Frank Vosper (as Claudius), Glen Byam Shaw (as Laertes), George Howe (as Polonius), Laura Cowie (as Gertrude), Jessica Tandy (as Ophelia), Cecil Winter, Richard Ainley, Anthony Quayle (as Guildenstern), Sam Beazley (as 2nd Player), Alec Guinness (aged 20, as 3rd Player/Osric), Ian Atkins, Richard Dare, Geoffrey Toone (as Fortinbras), Frith Banbury (as A Courier), Ben Field, Lyon Playfair, Jean Winstanley, Ethel Glendinning, Hermione Hannen, Doris Johnstone, John Bown, Philip Clowes, Cedric Bowden, Peter Trent, Guy Vivian; dir:John Gielgud [24pp, 5.4x8.3; cast list, 4 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £6

1935 (2 Jul): NOAH - Andre Obey, translated by Arthur Wilmurt (New) First Night Programme
John Gielgud (as Noah), Marjorie Fielding, Harold Young, Colin Keith-Johnston, Marius Goring (as Japheth), Ena Burrill, Cicely Howland, Jessica Tandy (as Ada), George Devine (as The Bear/The Man), Harry Andrews (as The Lion), Eric Wynn-Owen, Richard Sheridan, Barbara Seymour, Susan Salaman, Alec Guinness (as The Wolf), Merula Salaman; dir:Michel Saint-Denis [4pp, 5.6x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; w.newsclipping review, minor marks; VG] £6

1935: NOAH - Andre Obey, translated by Arthur Wilmurt (New)
John Gielgud (as Noah), Marjorie Fielding, Harold Young, Jack Hawkins (as Ham), Marius Goring (as Japheth), Ena Burrill, Cicely Howland, Jessica Tandy (as Ada), George Devine (as The Bear/The Man), Harry Andrews (as The Lion), Eric Wynn-Owen, Richard Sheridan, Barbara Seymour, Susan Salaman, Alec Guinness (as The Wolf), Merula Salaman; dir:Michel Saint-Denis [24pp, 5.5x8.3; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 5 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1935: NOAH - Andre Obey, translated by Arthur Wilmurt (New)
John Gielgud (as Noah), Marjorie Fielding, Harold Young, Colin Keith-Johnstone (as Ham), Marius Goring (as Japheth), Ena Burrill, Cicely Howland, Jessica Tandy (as Ada), George Devine (as The Bear/The Man), Harry Andrews (as The Lion), Eric Wynn-Owen, Richard Sheridan, Barbara Seymour, Susan Salaman, Alec Guinness (as The Wolf), Merula Salaman; dir:Michel Saint-Denis [28pp, 5.5x8.3; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 3 production photos, credits etc.; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1935: NOAH - Andre Obey, translated by Arthur Wilmurt (New)
John Gielgud (as Noah), Marjorie Fielding, Harold Young, Jack Hawkins (as Ham), Marius Goring (as Japheth), Ena Burrill, Cicely Howland, Jessica Tandy (as Ada), George Devine (as The Bear/The Man), Peter du Calion (as The Lion), Jack Morris, Richard Sheridan, Virginia Isham, Susan Salaman, Alec Guinness (as The Wolf), Merula Salaman; dir:Michel Saint-Denis [24pp, 5.4x8.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 production photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
1935: ROMEO AND JULIET
1935: ROMEO AND JULIET (New)
John Gielgud (as Romeo), Laurence Olivier (as Chorus/Mercutio), Alec Guinness (as Sampson/Apothecary), Peter Murray Hill, Harry Andrews (as Abraham/Captain of The Watch), Cecil Winter, Geoffrey Toone (as Tybalt), Glen Byam Shaw, Frederick Lloyd (as Capulet), Marjorie Fielding, H R Hignett, Barbara Dillon, Alan Napier, Sam Beazley (as Paris), George Devine (as Peter), Edith Evans (as Nurse), Peggy Ashcroft (as Juliet), Andrew Churchman, George Howe (as Friar Laurence), Gordon Glennon; dir:John Gielgud, des:Motley [24pp, 5.4x8.5; cast list, 7 production photos (portraits of Gielgud, Evans, Olivier, Ashcroft and 3 production photos), credits etc.; VG] £9
1937: RICHARD II
1937: RICHARD II (Queen's)
John Gielgud (as Richard), Leon Quartermaine (as John of Gaunt), Michael Redgrave (as Bolingbroke), Glen Byam Shaw, Dorothy Green, Anthony Quayle, Alec Guinness, Dennis Price, Harry Andrews, George Howe, Peggy Ashcroft (as Queen), Frederick Lloyd, Ernest Hare, Hereward Russell, Peter Whitehead, Pardoe Woodman, Denis Carew, John Ford, Alastair Bannerman, Harcourt Williams (as Bishop of Carlisle), Merula Salaman, Genevieve Jessel, Barbara Dillon, George Devine; dir:John Gielgud [20pp, 5.4x8.5; 4 photographic portraits; one staple loose, else VG] £8

1938 (Jan): THREE SISTERS - Anton Chekhov, translated by Constance Garnett (Queen's)
John Gielgud (as Vershinin), Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies (as Olga), Carol Goodner (as Masha), Peggy Ashcroft (as Irina), Barbara Dillon, Frederick Lloyd, Michael Redgrave (as Tusenbach), Glen Byam Shaw, Marie Wright, George Howe, Cecil Winter, George Devine (as Andrey), Leon Quartermaine, Angela Baddeley (as Natasha), Alec Guinness (as Fedotik), Harry Andrews(as Roddey), Michael Brennan, Alastair Bannerman, Hereward Russell, Alexis Chesnakov, Pardoe Woodman, Merula Salaman, Peter Whitehead; dir:Michel Saint-Denis [28pp, 5.4x8.5; 7 photographic portraits; printed on heavyweight paper; VG] £7

1938 (Apr): THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Queen's)
John Gielgud (as Shylock), Leon Quartermaine (as Antonio), Harry Andrews, Cecil Winter, Richard Ainley (as Bassanio), Glen Byam Shaw (as Gratiano), Alec Guinness (as Lorenzo), Peggy Ashcroft (as Portia), Angela Baddeley (as Nerissa), Peter Whitehead, Pardoe Woodman, Frederick Lloyd, George Devine (as Launcelot Gobbo), Morland Graham, Alastair Bannerman, Genevieve Jessel (as Jessica), George Howe (as Prince of Arragon/Duke of Venice), Ernest Hare, Richard Carruthers, Hereward Russell, Dennis Price, Ian Henderson, Robin Wentworth, David Tomlinson, Scott Paton, John Justin, Andrew Laurence, Tom Bewick, Barbara Dillon, Jane Henderson, Merula Salaman; dir:John Gielgud and Glen Byam Shaw [20pp, 5.4x8.5; 5 photographic portraits; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £8

1938 (Sep): DEAR OCTOPUS - Dodie Smith (Queen's)
John Gielgud (as Nicholas Randolph), Leon Quartermaine, Marie Tempest (as Dora Randolph), Nan Munro, Madge Compton, Valerie Taylor, John Justin, Sylvia Hammond, Pat Sylvester, Muriel Pavlow, Una Venning, Felix Irwin, Jean Ormonde, Kate Cutler, Angela Baddeley (as Fenny), Annie Esmond, Margaret Murray; dir:Glen Byam Shaw and Dodie Smith [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 13 pencil portraits of cast, credits etc.; very minor edge tears, else VG] £6

1939: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - Oscar Wilde (Globe)
John Gielgud (as Jack), Clive Woods, Jack Hawkins (as Algy), Edith Evans (as Lady Bracknell), Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies (as Gwendolen), Peggy Ashcroft (as Cecily), Margaret Rutherford (as Miss Prism), George Howe (as Canon Chasuble), Kingstone Trollope, Douglas Malcolm; dir:John Gielgud [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 7 cast photos; a classic production!; VG] £8
1939: HAMLET (Lyceum)
1939 (28 Jun-1 Jul): HAMLET (Lyceum)
John Gielgud (as Hamlet), Pardoe Woodman, Richard George, John Robinson, Glen Byam Shaw (as Horatio), Jack Hawkins (as Claudius / Ghost), Harry Andrews (as Laertes), George Howe (as Polonius), Andrew Cruickshank (as Rosencrantz), William Gates, Marius Goring (as First Player / Osric), Peter Whitehead, Hereward Russell, Frank Tickle, Laura Cowie (as Gertrude), Fay Compton (as Ophelia), Barbara Dillon, Genevieve Jessel, Jane Henderson, Merula Salaman, Fletcher Lightfoot, Leslie Crossley, Alfred Hearne, Robert Moore, Noel Willman, Alan Blair, Juan du Vinage, Neville Wyatt, Ian Henderson, Kingston Trollope, Laurie Devine; dir:John Gielgud [32pp, 7.5x10; cast list, c20 photos, articles; spectacular, glossy heavyweight programme for 6 special Farewell to the Lyceum performances, before this production went to Elsinore; VG] £8

1941: DEAR BRUTUS - J M Barrie (Globe)
John Gielgud, Roger Livesey, George Howe, Ronald Ward, Leon Quartermaine, Zena Dare, Mary Jerrold, Margaret Rawlings, Nora Swinburne, Ursula Jeans, Muriel Pavlow; dir:John Gielgud [4pp; cast, credits, programme of music etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1942: MACBETH (Piccadilly)
John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Nicholas Hannen, Emrys Jones, Leon Quartermaine, Francis Lister, Alan Badel, Abraham Sofaer, Frank Thornton (as Angus), George Woodbridge, Thea Holme, Ernest Thesiger (as 1st Witch!), Annie Esmond, Dorothy Green; dir:John Gielgud, incidental music composed by William Walton [8pp, 5x3.75; VG] £4

1942: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - Oscar Wilde (Phoenix)
John Gielgud (as Jack), Deering Wells, Cyril Ritchard (as Algy), Edith Evans (as Lady Bracknell), Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies (as Gwendolen), Peggy Ashcroft (as Cecily), Jean Cadell (as Miss Prism), J H Roberts (as Canon Chasuble), Charles Maunsell, John Milton; dir:John Gielgud [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; a classic production!; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1943: LOVE FOR LOVE - William Congreve (Phoenix Theatre)
John Gielgud (as Valentine), Max Adrian, Leon Quartermaine, Leslie Banks (as Tattle), Yvonne Arnaud (as Mrs Frail), Miles Malleson (as Foresight), Alec Mason, Naomi Jacob, Rosalie Crutchley (as Angelica), Cecil Trouncer (as Sir Sampson Legend), Marian Spencer, Angela Baddeley (as Miss Prue), George Woodbridge, D J Williams, Isabel Dean; dir:John Gielgud [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1943: LOVE FOR LOVE - William Congreve (Phoenix Theatre) Theatre World Souvenir
John Gielgud (as Valentine), Max Adrian, Leon Quartermaine, Leslie Banks (as Tattle), Yvonne Arnaud (as Mrs Frail), Miles Malleson (as Foresight), Alec Mason, Naomi Jacob, Rosalie Crutchley (as Angelica), Cecil Trouncer (as Sir Sampson Legend), Marian Spencer, Angela Baddeley (as Miss Prue), George Woodbridge, D J Williams, Isabel Dean; dir:John Gielgud [12pp, 5.9x8.75; 19 excellent production photos (all captioned); VG] £4

1944: HAMLET (Opera House, Manchester)
John Gielgud, Leslie Banks, Marian Spencer, Hazel Terry, Miles Malleson, Max Adrian, John Blatchley, Leon Quartermaine, Richard Johnson; dir:George Rylands [4pp; small edge bite, slightly rumpled, but uncommon] £3

1944: LOVE FOR LOVE (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud (as Valentine), Max Adrian, Leon Quartermaine, Leslie Banks (as Tattle), Yvonne Arnaud (as Mrs Frail), Miles Malleson (as Foresight), John Blatchley, Annie Esmond, Rosalie Crutchley (as Angelica), Cecil Trouncer (as Sir Sampson Legend), Marian Spencer, Angela Baddeley (as Miss Prue), George Woodbridge, D J Williams, Isabel Dean; dir:John Gielgud [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, Air Raid Warning etc.; VG] £2

1944: HAMLET (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud, Leslie Banks, Marian Spencer, Peggy Ashcroft, Miles Malleson, Max Adrian (as Rosencrantz and Osric), John Blatchley (as Guildenstern and 2nd Gravedigger), Leon Quartermaine (as Ghost), George Woodbridge, Richard Johnson, Isabel Dean; dir:George Rylands [4pp; excellent condition] £6

1944: HAMLET (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud, Abraham Sofaer, Marian Spencer, Peggy Ashcroft, Miles Malleson, Max Adrian (as Rosencrantz and Osric), John Blatchley (as Guildenstern and 2nd Gravedigger), Leon Quartermaine (as Ghost), George Woodbridge, Richard Johnson; dir:George Rylands [4pp; slightly creased] £5

1945: LOVE FOR LOVE (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud (as Valentine), John Blatchley, Leon Quartermaine, Max Adrian (as Tattle), Yvonne Arnaud (as Mrs Frail), Miles Malleson (as Foresight), Tom Colmer, Annie Esmond, Rosalie Crutchley (as Angelica), Cecil Trouncer (as Sir Sampson Legend), Marian Spencer, Isabel Dean (as Miss Prue), George Woodbridge, D J Williams, Mary Lynn; dir:John Gielgud [4pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, Air Raid Warning etc.; date on cover (5th January 1945), else VG] £3

1945: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Max Adrian, Leon Quartermaine, Miles Malleson, Leslie Banks, John Blatchley, Rosalie Crutchley, Isabel Dean, Marian Spencer, Richard Johnson; dir:Nevill Coghill [4pp; VG] £4

1945: THE DUCHESS OF MALFI - John Webster (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Leon Quartermaine, Leslie Banks, Max Adrian, Cecil Trouncer, Miles Malleson, John Blatchley, Marian Spencer, Richard Johnson; dir:George Rylands [4pp; VG] £4

1945: HAMLET (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud, Leslie Banks, Marian Spencer, Peggy Ashcroft, Miles Malleson, Francis Lister, Patrick Crean, Max Adrian (as Rosencrantz and Osric), John Blatchley (as Guildenstern, Barnardo and 2nd Gravedigger), Cecil Trouncer, Leon Quartermaine (as Ghost), Ernest Hare, Richard Johnson, Isabel Dean; dir:George Rylands [4pp; excellent condition] £5

1945: THE CIRCLE - Somerset Maugham (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud, Cecil Trouncer, Leslie Banks, Patrick Crean, Yvonne Arnaud, Rosalie Crutchley, Dorothy Lane, John Blatchley, Francis Drake; dir:William Armstrong [4pp; small edge tear, else VG] £2

1946: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT - Fyodor Dostoievsky, adapted by Rodney Ackland (New Theatre)
John Gielgud (as Raskolnikoff), Edith Evans (as Katerina Ivanovna Marmeladoff), Maria Britneva, Veronica Haley, Audrey Fildes, Lilly Molnar, Wynne Clark, Jessie Evans, Sebastian Cabot, Philipa Gill, Ferdy Mayne, Ernest Hare, Richard Wordsworth, Ernestine Shirley, Jean Wilson, John Kidd, Dorothy Lane, Erik Chitty, Daphne Scorer, Nita Holland, Farren Soutar, Alec Finlayson, Rosalind Atkinson, Donald Finlay, Robert Marsden, Peter Jones, Campbell Cotts, Eric Holmes, Robert Desmond, Charles Perry, Brian Carey, Leonard Maguire, Charles Quartermaine, John Scott, Sybilla Binder, Cita Crichton, Peter Ustinov, Ian Wilson, Charles Turner; dir:Anthony Quayle [8pp, 4.75x7.1; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; date on cover (July 6th), no staples, else VG] £3

1947: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT - Fyodor Dostoevsky, adapted by Rodney Ackland (National Theatre, New York)
John Gielgud, Lilian Gish, Vladimir Sokoloff, Alice John, Sanford Meisner, E.A.Krumschmidt, Dolly Haas; dir:Theodore Komisarjevsky [36pp, 6.5x9; seating plan, cast list, biographies, credits; VG] £5

1948: THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL - St. John Hankin (Globe)
John Gielgud, Irene Browne, Sybil Thorndike, Audrey Fildes, Nora Nicholson, Rachel Kempson, Stuart Bull, David Horne, Walter Hudd, Denis Cowles, David Keir, Richard Goolden; dir:Peter Glenville [8pp, 4.8x7; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; w.newsclipping review; VG] £4

1949: THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING - Christopher Fry (New Theatre, Oxford)
John Gielgud, Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, David Evans, Nora Nicholson, Richard Leech, Harcourt Williams, Pamela Brown, Eliot Makeham, Peter Bull, Esme Percy; dir:John Gielgud and Esme Percy [8pp, 5.4x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme of music, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1949: THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING - Christopher Fry (Globe)
John Gielgud, Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, David Evans, Nora Nicholson, Richard Leech, Harcourt Williams, Pamela Brown, Eliot Makeham, Peter Bull, Esme Percy; dir:John Gielgud and Esme Percy [8pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1949: THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING - Christopher Fry (Globe)
John Gielgud, Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, David Evans, Nora Nicholson, Richard Leech, Harcourt Williams, Pamela Brown, Eliot Makeham, Peter Bull, Tristram Butt; dir:John Gielgud and Esme Percy [8pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1951: THE WINTER'S TALE (Phoenix)
John Gielgud (as Leontes), Diana Wynyard (as Hermione), Robert Anderson, Brewster Mason, Michael Goodliffe, Hazel Terry, Margaret Wolfit, Lewis Casson (as Antigonus), Hugh Stewart, John Moffatt (as 2nd Lord/Paulina's Steward), Kenneth Edwards, Flora Robson (as Paulina), John Whiting, Paul Hardwick, Michael Nightingale, Churton Fairman, George Howe, Philip Guard, Norman Bird, George Rose (as Autolycus), Virginia McKenna (as Perdita), Richard Gale (as Florizel), Joy Rodgers, Charlotte Mitchell, Denys Graham, William Patrick, Oliver Cox, Philip Pearman, Sarah Davies, Frances Hyland, Charles Doran, Michael Cleveland; dir:Peter Brook [4pp, 5x8; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1952: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Phoenix)
Lewis Casson (as Leonato), Trader Faulkner, Diana Wynyard (as Beatrice), Dorothy Tutin (as Hero), Paul Scofield (as Don Pedro), Michael Goodliffe (as Don John), Robert Hardy (as Claudio), John Gielgud (as Benedick), Paul Hansard, Brewster Mason, Paul Hardwick, Hugh Stewart, Margaret Wolfit, Penelope Munday, Robert Anderson, George Rose (as Dogberry), John Moffatt (as Verges), Norman Bird, Kenneth Edwards, William Patrick, Michael Nightingale, George Howe, John Whiting, Peter Whitbread, Nicholas Bruce, Denys Graham, Sarah Davies, Gillian Webb, Nona Blair, Chattie Salaman, Churton Fairman, Oliver Cox; dir:John Gielgud [4pp, 5x8; cast, credits; minor marks, slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1952: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Phoenix Theatre) Theatre World Souvenir
Lewis Casson, Paul Scofield, Robert Hardy, John Gielgud, Diana Wynyard, Michael Goodliffe, Brewster Mason, Paul Hardwick, Penelope Munday, Dorothy Tutin, Margaret Wolfit, George Rose, Michael Nightingale, William Patrick, Kenneth Edwards, Norman Bird, John Moffatt, George Howe [12pp, 5.9x8.75; 22 excellent production photos (all captioned); VG] £4

1953: THE WAY OF THE WORLD - William Congreve (Lyric Hammersmith)
John Gielgud (as Mirabell), Eric Porter (as Fainall), Paul Scofield (as Witwoud), Richard Wordsworth, Brewster Mason, Peter Sallis, Pauline Jameson, Eileen Herlie (as Mrs Marwood), Pamela Brown (as Millament), Margaret Rutherford (as Lady Wishfort), Jessie Evans, Mairhi Russell, Gillian Webb, Paul Hardwick, Norman Bird, Basil Henson, Charlotte Mitchell, Geoffrey Bayldon; dir:John Gielgud, John Richmond [8pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1953: THE WAY OF THE WORLD (Lyric Hammersmith) Souvenir
John Gielgud, Pamela Brown, Margaret Rutherford, Eric Porter, Eileen Herlie, Paul Scofield, Jessie Evans, Peter Sallis, Richard Wordsworth, Mairhi Russell, Pauline Jameson, Brewster Mason [16pp, 7.25x9.75; 10 cast biographies, 11 excellent production photos (all captioned), 4 illustrated articles: Scenery and Costumes by James Bailey (w.4 costume designs and a set design), William Congreve and 'The Way Of The World' (w.4 illustrations), The Story of the Play, and The Nigel Playfair Production, 1924 (w.2 photos) etc.; VG] £6

1953: VENICE PRESERV'D - Thomas Otway (Lyric Hammersmith)
John Gielgud, Paul Scofield, Eileen Herlie, Pamela Brown, Eric Porter, dir:Peter Brook [8pp; photos not included; minor fold, else VG] £4

1953 (Nov): A DAY BY THE SEA - N C Hunter (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud, Lewis Casson, Patricia Laurence, Peter Murphy, Megs Jenkins, Ralph Richardson, Sybil Thorndike, Irene Worth, Frederick Piper, Lockwood West; dir:John Gielgud [4pp; cast, credits; VG] £4

1954: A DAY BY THE SEA - N C Hunter (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud, Harcourt Williams, Patricia Laurence, Peter Murphy, Megs Jenkins, Ralph Richardson, Mary Jerrold, Irene Worth, Frederick Piper, Lockwood West; dir:John Gielgud [4pp; cast, credits; VG] £4

1956: NUDE WITH VIOLIN - Noel Coward (Globe)
John Gielgud, Joyce Carey, David Horne, Kathleen Harrison [8pp; VG] £4

1958: THE POTTING SHED - Graham Greene (Globe)
John Gielgud, Walter Hudd, Sarah Long, Irene Worth, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Lockwood West, William Peacock, Peter Illing, Dorothy Dewhurst, Aithna Gover, Redmond Phillips; dir:Michael Macowan [8pp; VG] £4

1958: KING HENRY VIII (Old Vic)
John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Harry Andrews, Barrie Ingham, Ronald Fraser, Paul Daneman, Edward Hardwicke, Derek Godfrey, David Waller, Harold Innocent, Derek Francis, Margaret Courtenay, and Judi Dench, Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Attendants, Ladies) [8pp; 3 cast photos; minor marks else VG] £4

1959: AGES OF MAN (Queen's)
John Gielgud [16pp; Gielgud's solo Shakespeare recital; VG] £4

1960: AGES OF MAN (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
John Gielgud [16pp; Gielgud's solo Shakespeare recital; 4 photos of Gielgud, notes; VG] £4

1960: THE LAST JOKE - Enid Bagnold (Phoenix)
John Gielgud, Anna Massey, Ernest Thesiger, Robert Flemyng, Paul Curran, Hazel Terry, Robin Hawdon, Ralph Richardson, Robert Tunstall; dir:Glen Byam Shaw [12pp, 6.75x9.25; 5 photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1963: THE IDES OF MARCH - Jerome Kilty (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
John Gielgud, Irene Worth, Marie Lohr, John Stride, Maxwell Shaw, Julian Glover, dir:John Gielgud and Jerome Kilty [20pp; 5.5x8.5; biographies w.photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1965: IVANOV - Anton Chekhov, adapted by John Gielgud (Phoenix)
John Gielgud, Claire Bloom, Roland Culver, Yvonne Mitchell, Angela Baddeley, Richard Pasco, Ronald Radd, Nora Nicholson, Helen Christie, David Evans, Edward Atienza; dir:John Gielgud [12pp; 7x9.5; 5 excellent photos; lightly creased] £5

1968: FORTY YEARS ON - Alan Bennett (Apollo)
John Gielgud, Paul Eddington, Alan Bennett, Dorothy Reynolds, Nora Nicholson, Robert Swann, Carl Davis, Anthony Andrews, Roger Brain, Andrew Branch, William Burleigh, Iain Burton, Philip Chappell, Thomas Cockrell, George Fenton, Freddie Foot, Rufus Frampton, Paul Guess, Dickie Harris, Mark Hughes, Peter Kinley, Stephen Leigh, Denis McGrath, Keith McNally, Stephen Price, Colin Reese, Merlin Ward, Alan Warren, Robert Wilcox; dir:Patrick Garland [24pp; 10+ photos, biographies, articles; VG] £4

1968: FORTY YEARS ON - Alan Bennett (Apollo)
John Gielgud, Paul Eddington, Alan Bennett, Dorothy Reynolds, Nora Nicholson, Robert Swann, Carl Davis, Anthony Andrews, Roger Brain, Andrew Branch, William Burleigh, Philip Chappell, Thomas Cockrell, George Fenton, Freddie Foot, Paul Guess, Dickie Harris, Peter Kinley, Robert Langley, Stephen Leigh, Denis McGrath, Keith McNally, Stephen Price, Colin Reese, Merlin Ward, Neville Ware, Alan Warren; dir:Patrick Garland [24pp; 10+ photos, biographies, articles; VG] £4

1968: FORTY YEARS ON - Alan Bennett (Apollo)
John Gielgud, Paul Eddington, Alan Bennett, Dorothy Reynolds, Nora Nicholson, Robert Swann, Carl Davis, Anthony Andrews, Roger Brain, Andrew Branch, William Burleigh, Philip Chappell, Thomas Cockrell, George Fenton, Freddie Foot, Paul Guess, Dickie Harris, Peter Kinley, Robert Langley, Stephen Leigh, Denis McGrath, Keith McNally, Stephen Price, Colin Reese, Merlin Ward, Mark Hughes, Alan Warren; dir:Patrick Garland [24pp; 10+ photos, biographies, articles; VG] £4

1968: FORTY YEARS ON - Alan Bennett (Apollo)
John Gielgud, Paul Eddington, Alan Bennett, Dorothy Reynolds, Nora Nicholson, Robert Swann, John Gould, Anthony Andrews, Roger Brain, Andrew Branch, William Burleigh, Iain Burton, Philip Chappell, Thomas Cockrell, George Fenton, Freddie Foot, Rufus Frampton, Paul Guess, Dickie Harris, Mark Hughes, Peter Kinley, Stephen Leigh, Keith McNally, Stephen Price, Colin Reese, Merlin Ward, Robert Wilcox; dir:Patrick Garland [24pp; 10+ photos, biographies, articles; VG] £4

1969: FORTY YEARS ON - Alan Bennett (Apollo)
John Gielgud, Paul Eddington, Alan Bennett, Dorothy Reynolds, Nora Nicholson, Robert Swann, John Gould, Anthony Andrews, Roger Brain, Andrew Branch, William Burleigh, Iain Burton, Philip Chappell, Thomas Cockrell, George Fenton, Freddie Foot, Rufus Frampton, Paul Guess, Dickie Harris, Mark Hughes, Peter Kinley, Stephen Leigh, Keith McNally, Stephen Price, Colin Reese, Peter Richardson, Paul Sanders, Merlin Ward, Robert Wilcox; dir:Patrick Garland [24pp, 6x9; 10+ photos, biographies, articles; VG] £4

1970: THE BATTLE OF SHRIVINGS - Peter Shaffer (Lyric)
John Gielgud, Patrick Magee, Wendy Hiller, Martin Shaw, Dorothy Lyman, dir:Peter Hall [24pp;7 photos] £4

1970: HOME - David Storey (Royal Court)
John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Dandy Nichols, Mona Washbourne, Warren Clarke; dir:Lindsay Anderson [28pp; interview with Gielgud and Richardson; 10 photos, biographies; VG] £5

1970: HOME - David Storey (Apollo)
John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Dandy Nichols, Mona Washbourne, Warren Clarke; dir:Lindsay Anderson [24pp, 6x9.25; interview with Gielgud and Richardson; 4 production photos, biographies; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1972: VETERANS - Charles Wood (Royal Court)
John Gielgud, John Mills, Jane Evers, Gordon Jackson, Ahmed Khalil, Ann Bell, Frank Grimes, Bob Hoskins, James Bolam; dir:Ronald Eyre [28pp; photos, biographies, articles; VG] £5

1974: BINGO - Edward Bond (Royal Court)
John Gielgud, John Barrett, Gillian Martell, Yvonne Edgell, Hilda Barry, Ewan Hooper, Oliver Cotton, Joanna Tope, Derek Fuke, Paul Jesson, Arthur Lowe, Understudies: Margot Leicester, Bob Peck, George Raistrick, Brian Southwood; dir:Jane Howell and John Dove [28pp; extensive notes and poems by Edward Bond, credits etc.; VG] £4

1988: THE BEST OF FRIENDS - Hugh Whitemore (Apollo)
John Gielgud, Rosemary Harris, Ray McAnally; dir:James Roose-Evans [44pp, 6.1x8.5; cast, credits, biographies w.photos, 25 photos of the cast, illustrated articles etc.; Gielgud's last stage appearance; w.3 newsclipping reviews; VG] £5

ALEC GUINNESS (1914 - 2000)

Alec Guinness, 1951 Postcard
Stars of the Stage: Series 1 [6"x4" BBC Hulton Picture Library postcard HPL 718; VG] £1

1946: THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV - Dostoevsky, adapted by Alec Guinness (Lyric)
Alec Guinness, James Donald, Ernest Milton, Veronica Turleigh, Frederick Valk, Laurier Lister, Raymond Jaquarello, Hazel Terry, Elizabeth Sellars, Donald Pleasance, Michael Byrne; dir:Peter Brook, des:Gurschner [5.25x4.25, 4pp; VG] £4

1951: HAMLET (New)
Alec Guinness, Walter Fitzgerald, Lydia Sherwood, Ingrid Burke, Alan Webb, Michael Gough, Peter Wyngarde, Robert Shaw, Ken Tynan (as 1st Player), Juliet Byam-Shaw; dir:Alec Guinness and Frank Hauser [8pp; slightly rumpled, minor marks, else VG] £3

1952 (w/c 31 Mch): UNDER THE SYCAMORE TREE - Sam Spewack (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Alec Guinness (as The Scientist), Diana Churchill (as The Queen), Ernest Thesiger, Clive Morton, Eric Porter, Daphne Anderson, Max Brimmell, John Bushelle, Madi Hedd, Cyril Saxon, Dennis Webb; dir:Peter Glenville [16pp, 4.25x5.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, photo of Diana Churchill, credits etc.; VG] £2

1952: UNDER THE SYCAMORE TREE - Sam Spewack (Aldwych)
Alec Guinness (as The Scientist), Diana Churchill (as The Queen), Ernest Thesiger, Peter Bull, Eric Porter, Daphne Anderson, Max Brimmell; dir:Peter Glenville [8pp, 4.9x7.3; cast list, credits etc.; small edge bite, date on cover (16/7/52), else VG] £1

1954: THE PRISONER - Bridget Boland (Globe)
Alec Guinness, Colin Douglas, Noel Willman, Timothy Findley, Wilfrid Lawson, Kenneth Edwards, John Gill, Richard Easton, Lilian Moubrey; dir:Peter Glenville, music by Roberto Gerhard [8pp, 5x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1956: HOTEL PARADISO - Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres (Winter Garden)
Alec Guinness, Martita Hunt, Irene Worth, Frank Pettingell, Kenneth Williams, Billie Whitelaw, Douglas Byng, Cyril Wheeler, John Grant, Michael Malnick, Thomas Elliott, Jale Davaz, Ann Warren, Alanna Boyce, Virginia Holt, Ronald Radd, Michael Bates, Phyllis Montefiore, Douglas Stewart, John Salew; dir:Peter Glenville [8pp, 4.9x7.3; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1956: HOTEL PARADISO - Georges Feydeau and Maurice Desvallieres (Winter Garden)
Alec Guinness, Irene Browne, Irene Worth, Frank Pettingell, Kenneth Williams, Billie Whitelaw, Douglas Byng, Cyril Wheeler, John Grant, Michael Malnick, Thomas Elliott, Jale Davaz, Ann Warren, Alanna Boyce, Virginia Holt, Ronald Radd, Michael Bates, Phyllis Montefiore, Douglas Stewart, John Salew; dir:Peter Glenville [8pp, 4.9x7.3; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; with 6 tickets (23 July 1956); VG] £4

1960: ROSS - Terence Rattigan (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Alec Guinness (as T.E.Lawrence), Geoffrey Colville, Dervis Ward, Peter Bayliss, John Southworth, Gerald Harper, James Grout, Harry Andrews, Anthony Nicholls, Leon Sinden, Mark Dignam, Geoffrey Keen, Robert Arnold, Charles Laurence, Basil Hoskins, Raymond Adamson, John Trenaman, Ian Clark, Antony Kenway, William Feltham, Peter Cellier, John Stuart; dir:Glen Byam Shaw [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, biographies, photo of Alec Guinness as Ross, credits etc.; VG] £4

1960: ROSS - Terence Rattigan (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Alec Guinness (as T.E.Lawrence), Geoffrey Colville, Dervis Ward, Peter Bayliss, John Southworth, Gerald Harper, James Grout, Brewster Mason, Anthony Nicholls, Leon Sinden, Mark Dignam, Geoffrey Keen, Robert Arnold, Charles Laurence, Basil Hoskins, Raymond Adamson, John Trenaman, Ian Clark, Antony Kenway, William Feltham, Peter Cellier, John Stuart; dir:Glen Byam Shaw [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, biographies, photo of Alec Guinness as Ross, credits etc.; creases, else VG] £2

1963: EXIT THE KING - Eugene Ionesco, translated by Donald Watson (Royal Court)
Alec Guinness, Peter Bayliss, Googie Withers, Eileen Atkins, Natasha Parry, Graham Crowden; dir:George Devine [20pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, 6 biographies w.photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1966: MACBETH (Royal Court)
English Stage Company: Alec Guinness, Simone Signoret (!), Gordon Jackson (as Banquo), John Castle (as Malcolm), Maurice Roeves (as Macduff), Bernard Gallagher, John Nettles, Richard O'Callaghan, Toby Salaman, John Shepherd, Susan Engel, Jomoke Debayo, Zakes Mokae, Femi Euba, David Kincaid, Terence Davies; dir:William Gaskill [20pp, 5.5x8.75; cast, articles, illustrations; notorious production!; VG] £5

1966: INCIDENT AT VICHY - Arthur Miller (Phoenix)
Alec Guinness, Anthony Quayle, Nigel Davenport, Brian Blessed, Derek Smith, Andrew Ray, Angus Mackay, Dudley Sutton, Jeremy Kemp; dir:Peter Wood [32pp; biographies w.photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1967: WISE CHILD - Simon Gray (Wyndham's)
Alec Guinness, Simon Ward, Gordon Jackson, Cleo Sylvestre; dir:John Dexter [32pp; cast list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: THE COCKTAIL PARTY - T S Eliot (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Alec Guinness, Richard Leech, Nan Munro, Mark Kingston, Eileen Atkins, Michael Aldridge, Pauline Jameson, Peggy Marshall, John Hart Dyke, Michael Becket; dir:Alec Guinness [16pp; cast list, credits, biographies, 2 cast photos; VG] £4

1971: A VOYAGE ROUND MY FATHER - John Mortimer (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Alec Guinness, Jeremy Brett, Nicola Pagett, Jack May, Mark Kingston, Andrew Sachs, Jason Kemp, Richard Fraser, Phyllida Law, Rhoda Lewis, Tilly Tremayne, Jeremy Burring, Melanie Wallis, Leueen MacGrath; dir:Ronald Eyre [24pp, 5,25x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1973: HABEAS CORPUS - Alan Bennett (Lyric)
Alec Guinness, Margaret Courtenay, Christopher Good, Phyllida Law, Patricia Hayes, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Joan Sanderson, Madeline Smith, Andrew Sachs, John Bird, Mike Carnell; dir:Ronald Eyre [20pp; VG] £4

1975: A FAMILY AND A FORTUNE - Julian Mitchell (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Alec Guinness, Margaret Leighton, Nicola Pagett, Rachel Kempson, Anthony Nicholls; dir:Alan Strachan [16pp; biographies w.photos; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1975: A FAMILY AND A FORTUNE - Julian Mitchell (Apollo)
Alec Guinness, Margaret Leighton, Nicola Pagett, Rachel Kempson, Anthony Nicholls; dir:Alan Strachan [16pp, 5.25x8.75; 7 production photos; VG] £5

1976: YAHOO - Jonathan Swift, Alec Guinness, Alan Stachan (Queen's)
Alec Guinness, Nicola Pagett, Mark Kingston, Angela Thorne; dir:Alan Strachan [20pp, 5.25x8.5; cast photos and biographies, illustrations, notes etc.; VG] £4

1977: THE OLD COUNTRY - Alan Bennett (Richmond Theatre)
Alec Guinness, Rachel Kempson, Bruce Bould, Heather Canning, Faith Brook, John Phillips; dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 5.75x8.3; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £2

1977: THE OLD COUNTRY - Alan Bennett (Queen's)
Alec Guinness, Rachel Kempson, Bruce Bould, Heather Canning, Faith Brook, John Phillips; dir:Clifford Williams [20pp; 7 production photos; VG] £4

1986: THE COCKTAIL PARTY - T S Eliot (Queen's)
The New Theatre Company: Alec Guinness, Robert Eddison, Rachel Kempson, Stephen Boxer, Sheila Gish, Simon Ward, Sheila Allen, Pamela Lane, Piers Henschel, David Ericsson; dir:John Dexter [16pp, 6x9; cast list, illustrated programme notes, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1988: A WALK IN THE WOODS - Lee Blessing (Comedy Theatre)
Alec Guinness, Edward Herrmann; dir:Ronald Eyre [20pp, 6x9; 9 cast photos] £5

REX HARRISON (1908 - 1990)

1936: HEROES DON'T CARE - Margot Neville (St.Martin's)
Rex Harrison, Boris Ranevsky, Marguerite Allen, Felix Aylmer, Carol Goodner, Herbert Cameron, Frederick Piper, Coral Browne (as "Coral Brown"); dir:Claud Gurney [12pp, 7.3x9.6; minor marks, else VG] £4

1936: FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS - Terence Rattigan (Criterion)
Rex Harrison, Kay Hammond, Trevor Howard, Guy Middleton, Roland Culver, Robert Flemyng [8pp; VG] £2

1936: FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS - Terence Rattigan (Criterion)
Rex Harrison, Kay Hammond, Trevor Howard, Guy Middleton, Roland Culver, Robert Flemyng [40pp; 7 excellent cast photos; date written on cover, else VG] £5

1941: NO TIME FOR COMEDY - S N Behrman (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Rex Harrison, Diana Wynyard, Lilli Palmer, Elisabeth Welch, Walter Fitzgerald, Charles Peters; dir:Harold French, des:Gladys Calthrop [4pp; cast, credits; w.air raid warning; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1954: BELL BOOK AND CANDLE - John van Druten (Phoenix) Gala Performance
Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer, Athene Seyler, David Evans, Wilfrid Lawson; dir:Rex Harrison [32pp, 5.5x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1954: BELL BOOK AND CANDLE - John van Druten (Phoenix)
Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer, Athene Seyler, David Evans, Wilfrid Lawson; dir:Rex Harrison [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, credits, photo; VG] £3

1955: BELL BOOK AND CANDLE - John van Druten (Phoenix)
Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer, Athene Seyler, David Evans, Esmond Knight; dir:Rex Harrison [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, credits, photo; VG] £3

1969: THE LIONEL TOUCH - George Hulme (Lyric)
Rex Harrison, Joyce Redman, Christopher Witty, Sharon Gurney, Christopher Reynalds, John Leslie, Michael Fleming, Charles Carson, Christopher Cazenove, Dixon Adams; dir:John Gorrie [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, credits, 3 cast photos, 4 production photos etc.; VG] £4

1974: HENRY IV - Luigi Pirandello (Her Majesty's)
Rex Harrison, James Beckett, Sean Roantree, Peter Cellier, John Watts, Gregory de Polnay, Robin Sachs, Tony Sympson, Yvonne Mitchell, James Villiers, Carolyn Courage, James Faulkner, Paul Bacon; dir:Clifford Williams [16pp, 5.25x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1983 (Feb): HEARTBREAK HOUSE - George Bernard Shaw (Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon)
Rex Harrison, Diana Rigg, Rosemary Harris, Frank Middlemass, Doris Hare, Mel Martin, Paxton Whitehead, Charles Lloyd Pack, Simon Ward; dir:John Dexter [12pp, 5.8x8.3; biographies w.photos; date on cover (17/2/83), else VG] £4

1983 (Jun): HEARTBREAK HOUSE - George Bernard Shaw (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Rex Harrison, Mel Martin, Doris Hare, Rosemary Harris, Diana Rigg, Paul Curran, Paxton Whitehead, Frank Middlemass, Simon Ward, Charles Rea; dir:John Dexter [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, 11 production photos, credits; VG] £4

1984 (May-Jun): AREN'T WE ALL? - Frederick Lonsdale (Birmingham Repertory Theatre)
Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert, Nicola Pagett, Michael Gough, Madge Ryan, Francis Matthews; dir:Clifford Williams [16pp, 5.75x8.25; notes, 6 biographies w.photos; date on cover (17/5/84), else VG] £3

1984: AREN'T WE ALL? - Frederick Lonsdale (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert, Nicola Pagett, Michael Gough, Madge Ryan, Francis Matthews; dir:Clifford Williams [28pp; 15 photos; VG] £5

1988 (Jul): THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON - J M Barrie (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford)
Rex Harrison, Edward Fox, Niamh Cusack, Steven Pacey, Martin Clunes, Margaret Courtenay; dir:Frith Banbury [36pp; 25+ production and cast photos, illustrated articles; VG] £4

GLENDA JACKSON (b.1936)

1963: ALFIE - Bill Naughton (Duchess)
Glenda Jackson, John Neville, Gemma Jones, David Battley, Audine Leith, George Waring, Jerry Verno, Marcia Ashton, Wendy Varnals, Mary Hanefey, Patrick Mower, Alan Townsend, Edna Landor, Patrick Connor, Margaret Courtenay, Norman Wynne; dir:Donald McWhinnie [16pp, 6.6x9.4; cast, credits, notes, 3 company photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1963: ALFIE - Bill Naughton (Duchess)
Glenda Jackson, John Neville, Gemma Jones, David Battley, Audine Leith, George Waring, Jerry Verno, Marcia Ashton, Wendy Varnals, Mary Hanefey, Robin Culver, John Flint, Edna Landor, Tony Selby, Margaret Courtenay, Norman Wynne; dir:Donald McWhinnie [16pp, 6.6x9.4; cast, credits, notes, 3 company photos; slightly rumpled, light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1967: THREE SISTERS - Anton Chekhov, version by Edward Bond (Royal Court)
Glenda Jackson (as Masha), Avril Elgar, Marianne Faithfull, George Cole, Marjie Lawrence, Peter Russell, Michael Gwynn (as Vershinin), Roddy Maude-Roxby, John Shepherd, Alan Webb, John Nettles, Toby Salaman, John Rae, Madoline Thomas; dir:William Gaskill [44pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, credits, and complete play text; VG] £5

1973: COLLABORATORS - John Mortimer (Duchess)
Glenda Jackson, John Wood, Joss Ackland; dir:Eric Thompson [24pp; photos and biographies, illustrated articles; VG] £3

1974: THE MAIDS - Jean Genet (Greenwich Theatre)
Glenda Jackson, Susannah York, Vivien Merchant, dir:Minos Volanakis [12pp, 8.25x11.75; photos and biographies, substantial illustrated article about Yolande Sonnabend's designs; w.2 newsclipping reviews; folded in two, else VG] (£3) SOLD

1980: ROSE - Andrew Davies (Duke of Yorks)
Glenda Jackson, Stephanie Cole, Tom Georgeson, David Daker; dir:Alan Dossor [24pp; 8 photos; VG] £4

1983: GREAT AND SMALL - Botho Strauss (Vaudeville)
Glenda Jackson, Barry Stanton, Marty Cruickshank, Mark Dignam; dir:Keith Hack [32pp; 11 photos, cast list, biographies; VG] £4

1984: STRANGE INTERLUDE - Eugene O'Neill (Duke of York's)
Glenda Jackson, Brian Cox, Edward Petherbridge, James Hazeldine, John Phillips, Max Gold, Adrienne Thomas, Sheila Burrell, Alan Cox / Adam Smith; dir:Keith Hack [28pp, 5x8.5; cast list, biographies; 7 production photos; w.3 newsclippings; VG] £4

1984: PHEDRA - Racine (Old Vic)
Glenda Jackson, Tim Woodward, Robert Eddison, Gerard Murphy, Joyce Redman, Georgina Hale, dir:Philip Prowse [28pp; 5.5x8.5; photos; with Press Night ticket for Stalls R17, dated 21 Nov 1984; VG] £5

1985: PHEDRA - Racine (Aldwych)
Glenda Jackson, Tim Woodward, Robert Eddison, Gerard Murphy, Joyce Redman, Georgina Hale, dir:Philip Prowse [32pp; photos, biographies, illustrated articles; minor tear to cover] £3

1986: ACROSS FROM THE GARDEN OF ALLAH - Charles Wood (Comedy)
Glenda Jackson, Nigel Hawthorne, Andy Lucas; dir:Ron Daniels [20pp; 16 photos; VG] £4

1987: THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA - Federico Garcia Lorca (Globe)
Lyric Hammersmith production: Glenda Jackson, Gillian Hanna, Joan Plowright, Patricia Hayes, Deborah Lavin, Serena Harrigan, Julie Legrand, Chloe Salaman, Amanda Root, Christine Edmonds, Deborah Findlay, Joan Heal; dir:Nuria Espert [40pp, 6.1x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 9 production photos, 6 costume designs, vredits etc.; VG] £4

1987: THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA - Federico Garcia Lorca (Globe)
Lyric Hammersmith production: Glenda Jackson, Gillian Hanna, Joan Plowright, Patricia Hayes, Deborah Lavin, Carmen Lynn, Natasha Morgan, Chloe Salaman, Amanda Root, Christine Edmonds, Amanda Boxer, Joan Heal; dir:Nuria Espert [40pp, 6.1x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 9 production photos, 6 costume designs, credits etc.; VG] £4

1990: MOTHER COURAGE - Bertolt Brecht (Mermaid)
Glasgow Citzens' Theatre production: Glenda Jackson, Jane Bertish, Stewart Porter, Rupert Farley, Roberta Taylor, Laurance Rudic, Tristram Jellinek, Louis Mellis, Gerrard McArthur, Sandy Welch, Colin Wells, Ron Donachie, Ellen Sheean; dir:Philip Prowse [32pp, 11.75x8.25; substantial programme, with articles, and many photos; VG] £5

DEREK JACOBI (b.1938)

1958 (Aug): EDWARD II (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith)
Marlowe Society: Derek Jacobi (as Edward II [first performance only]), Toby Robertson (as Edward II [second performance on]), Richard Marquand (as Gaveston), John Barton (as Mortimer), John Bird (as Lightborn); dir:Toby Robertson [20pp, 4.9x7.25; no cast list (as was the Marlowe Society's tradition - cast deduced from other sources), character list, setting and lighting by Disley Jones, note on Christopher Marlowe, synopsis, critical comment, biographies of Toby Robertson and Disley Jones (w.photos), note on The Marlowe Society, past productions of The Marlowe Society 1908-1958, theatre information, credits etc.; VG] £5

1959 (Mch): KING HENRY IV Parts I and II (Arts Theatre, Cambridge)
Marlowe Society: Derek Jacobi (as Prince Hal), Terrence Hardiman (as King Henry IV), John Wood (as Lord Chief Justice), Corin Redgrave (as Earl of Northumberland), Richard Cottrell (as Scroop), Clive Swift (as Sir John Falstaff), John Tydeman (as Pistol), Ian McKellen (as Justice Shallow), Michael Burrell (as Silence), Eleanor Bron (as Lady Percy), Simon Relph (as Hotspur), David Frost (as an ostler); dir:John Barton [20pp, 4.9x7.25; no cast list (as was the Marlowe Society's tradition - cast deduced from other sources), past productions of The Marlowe Society 1908-1958, programme notes, theatre information, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £5

1959 (Jun-Jul): LOVE'S LABOURS - music by Clive Swift, assisted by Corin Redgrave, book by Richard Cottrell, Corin Redgrave, John Wood (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith)
Cambridge ADC May Week Production: Derek Jacobi (as Bertram Berowne), Philip Strick, Corin Redgrave (as Duke Ferdinand), Roger Hammond, John Wood (as Ffulke, Lord Longaville), Richard Cottrell (as Mr Adrian Armado), Elizabeth Proud, Michael Burrell, Ian McKellen (as Mr Holofernes), Terrence Hardiman (as Mr Reginald D'Oyley Boyet), Catherine Buckley, Freda Stratton, Carole Northage, Mary Conroy, Paula Jacobs, Julian Curry (as Dull), Simon Relph, dir:John Tydeman [12pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, list of musical numbers, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £5

1960 (Sep-Oct): ONE WAY PENDULUM - N F Simpson (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Stanley Honeyblock), Ian Frost, John Carlin, Elizabeth Spriggs, Rosemary Leach, Brenda Jones, Hilary Liddell, Arthur Pentelow, Peter Wyatt, Bernard Kilby, John Rolfe, Ronald Falk, John Forgham, Brian Blessed; dir:Bernard Hepton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (Nov): STRANGE TO RELATE - Jacques Languirand, translated by Donald Watson (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as A Zany), John Carlin, Peter Wyatt, Arthur Pentelow, Bernard Kilby, John Rolfe, Elizabeth Spriggs, Hilary Liddell, Ronald Falk, Brian Blessed; dir:Bernard Hepton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (Dec - Jan 1961): THE THREE CAVALIERS - Beverley Cross (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Prince Charles), Monica Evans, Tony Steedman, Peter Wyatt, Brian Blessed, John Rolfe, Alexis Kanner, Elizabeth Spriggs, Rosemary Leach, Hilary Liddell, John Carlin, Arthur Pentelow, Bernard Kilby, Ronald Falk; dir:Bernard Hepton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (14 Feb-15 Apr): SPRING SEASON 1961 (Birmingham Rep) Repertoire Leaflet
Plays to be performed: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (14 Feb-18 Mch, 5 weeks), SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER (21 Mch-15 Apr, 4 weeks), and RASHOMON (18 April); The Company will include Rosemary Leach, Elizabeth Spriggs, John Carlin, Derek Jacobi, Bernard Kilby, John Rolfe, Hilary Liddell, Brian Blessed, Ronald Falk, Alexis Kanner, Arthur Pentelow; Director of Productions: Bernard Hepton, Designers: Paul Shelving and Finlay James [6pp, 5x8 triple-fold; notes on each production, booking information, details of lunchtime poetry readings, seating plan, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (Feb-Mch): ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Agrippa), Tony Steedman (as Antony), Bernard Kilby, Brian Blessed (as Lepidus/Guard to Antony), John Carlin, Peter Laird (as Scarus), Robert Marsden (as Enobarbus), Alexis Kanner, Bernard Bosworth, John Rolfe, Terence Rigby, John Forgham, Murray Hayne, Stephen MacDonald, Robert Mill, Peter Needham, Arthur Pentelow, Norman Bennett, Rodney Douglas, Paul Anil, Ian Frost, Ronald Falk, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Cleopatra), Rosemary Leach (as Charmian), Anthea Boyle, Hilary Liddell, Richard Cooper, William Guest, David Howell, Elizabeth Marlowe, Alison Morris, John Nash, George O'Gorman, Kevin Payne, Edward Swainston; dir:Bernard Hepton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (Mch-Apr): SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER - Oliver Goldsmith (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Young Marlow), John Carlin, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Mrs Hardcastle), Arthur Pentelow (as Mr Hardcastle), Rosemary Leach (as Kate Hardcastle), Hilary Liddell, John Rolfe, Stephen MacDonald (as Tom Twist/Sir Charles Marlow), Ian Frost, Peter Laird (as Little Aminadab), Norman Bennett, Murray Hayne (as Hastings), Alexis Kanner, John Nash, Terence Rigby, Anthea Boyle, John Forgham, George O'Gorman; dir:John Harrison [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (May): NAKED ISLAND - Russell Braddon (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Magpie), Murray Hayne, Arthur Pentelow, Alexis Kanner, John Carlin, Norman Bennett, John Rolfe, Jeremy Mason; dir:Bernard Hepton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (May-Jun): A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS - Robert Bolt (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as The King), John Carlin (as The Common Man), Bernard Hepton (as Thomas More), Ian Frost, Arthur Pentelow, Nancie Jackson, Rosemary Leach (as Margaret More), Norman Bennett (as The Cardinal), Stephen MacDonald (as Thomas Cromwell), Murray Hayne, Frank Ellis, John Rolfe, Hilary Liddell; dir:Bernard Hepton and David Buxton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (Jun-Jul): ROOTS - Arnold Wesker (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Jimmy Beales), Hilary Liddell, Rosemary Leach, Arthur Pentelow, Nancie Jackson, John Carlin, John Rolfe, Murray Hayne, Pamela Ann Davy; dir:David Buxton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (Aug-Sep): THE LOVE OF FOUR COLONELS - Peter Ustinov (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Colonel Aime Frappot), Stephen MacDonald, Peter Brett, John Carlin, Norman Bennett, Arthur Pentelow, Rosemary Leach (as The Good Fairy), Mary Yeomans, Nancie Jackson, Pamela Ann Davy, Monica Stewart, Tina Mullinger; dir:Bernard Hepton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (Sep-Oct): THE CARETAKER - Harold Pinter (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Mick), Stephen MacDonald (as Aston), Arthur Pentelow (as Davies); dir:Bernard Hepton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (Oct-Nov): THE WAY OF THE WORLD - William Congreve (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Fainall), Bernard Hepton (as Mirabell), John Carlin, Norman Bennett, Arthur Pentelow, Stephen MacDonald, Peter Brett, Frank Ellis, William Guest, Brian Miller, Eileen Beldon (as Lady Wishfort), Nancie Jackson (as Mrs Millamant), Mary Yeomans, Pamela Ann Davy, Rosemary Leach (as Foible), Monica Stewart, Jacqueline Nicholas, Linda Morgan; dir:John Harrison [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962 (Feb-Mch): THE TEMPEST (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Ferdinand), David Aylmer, Desmond Gill, Ralph Nossek (as Prospero), Paul Carson, Allan Jeayes, Donald Troedsen, Frank Ellis, Alexis Kanner (as Caliban), Jeffrey Gardiner, Arthur Pentelow, Barry Stanton, Jennifer Hilary (as Miranda), Lesley Nunnerley (as Ariel), Georgine Anderson, Gillian Eddison, Monica Stewart, Jacqueline Elkan, Linda Morgan, Tina Mullinger, Richard Benbow, Michael Brown, John Nash; dir:John Harrison [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962 (Mch-Apr): SAINT'S DAY - John Whiting (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Christian Melrose), Georgine Anderson, Desmond Gill, Arthur Pentelow, Malcolm Russell, Paul Carson, Ralph Nossek, Barry Stanton, Donald Troedsen, Jennifer Hilary, Jacqueline Nicholas, Monica Stewart, Jane Shepherd, Lesley Nunnerley, Elizabeth Clinton, Jeffrey Gardiner; dir:John Harrison [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962 (Apr-May): THE RIVALS - R B Sheridan (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Acres), Frank Ellis, Donald Troedsen, Desmond Gill (as Captain Absolute), Georgine Anderson, Jennifer Hilary (as Lydia Languish), Lesley Nunnerley, Eileen Beldon (as Mrs Malaprop), Ralph Nossek (as Sir Anthony Absolute), Godfrey Brown, Paul Carson, Philip Owen, Arthur Pentelow, Barry Stanton, Linda Morgan; dir:Toby Robertson [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962 (May): DUEL OF ANGELS - Jean Giraudoux, translated by Christopher Fry (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Count Marcellus), Arthur Pentelow, Linda Morgan, Diana Ashton, Frank Ellis, Desmond Gill, Lesley Nunnerley, Paul Carson, Jennifer Hilary, Gillian Eddison, Georgine Anderson, Ralph Nossek, Donald Troedsen; dir:John Harrison [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962 (Aug-Sep): THE KEEP - Gwyn Thomas (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Alvin Morton), Ralph Nossek, Arthur Pentelow, Georgine Anderson, Desmond Gill, Paul Carson, William Ingram, Frank Ellis, Michael Poole; dir:David Buxton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962 (Sep): GETTING MARRIED - Bernard Shaw (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as St.John Hotchkiss), Monica Stewart, William Ingram, Arthur Pentelow, Georgine Anderson, Desmond Gill, Jennifer Hilary, Ralph Nossek, Paul Carson, Lesley Nunnerley, John Southworth, Frank Ellis, Peggy Thorpe-Bates; dir:John Harrison [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962 (Oct): LOOK BACK IN ANGER - John Osborne (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Jimmy Porter), William Ingram (as Cliff Lewis), Jennifer Hilary (as Alison Porter), Lesley Nunnerley (as Helena Charles), Ralph Nossek (as Colonel Redfern); dir:David Buxton [16pp, 4.9x8; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962 (Nov-Dec): THE BELLS - Leopold Lewis, preceded by A MARRIAGE HAS BEEN ARRANGED - Alfred Sutro (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Christian), Georgine Anderson, Desmond Gill, Lesley Nunnerley, Jennifer Hilary, Arthur Pentelow, William Ingram, Frank Ellis, Paul Carson (as Mathias, for the injured Ralph Nossek); dir:John Harrison [12pp, 4.9x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme note, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1963 (Feb-Apr): SPRING SEASON 1963 (Birmingham Rep) Repertoire Leaflet
Birmingham Repertory Theatre 50th Anniversary. Plays to be performed: KING HENRY VIII (directed by David Buxton, designed by Finlay James), TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (directed by John Harrison, designed by Voytek) and TITUS ANDRONICUS (directed by Ronald Eyre, designed by Finlay James and Diana Dewes); The Company will include Georgine Anderson, Elspeth Duxbury, Desmond Gill, Ronald Harvi, William Ingram, Michael Latimer, Peter Miles-Johnson, Ralph Nossek, Arthur Pentelow, Robert Robinson, Paul Carson, Frank Ellis, Terence Greenridge, Jennifer Hilary, Derek Jacobi, Michael May, Lesley Nunnerley, Roy Patrick, Colin Pinner, Philip Voss; Artistic Director: John Harrison, Resident Designer: Diana Dewes [8pp, 4x8 quadruple-fold; notes on each production, biographies of the directors and designers, performance schedule, seating plan, booking information, theatre information etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1963 (Feb): HENRY VIII - William Shakespeare (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as King Henry VIII), Arthur Pentelow (as Cardinal Wolsey), Michael May, Peter Miles-Johnson, Paul Carson (as Cranmer), Ralph Nossek (as Duke of Norfolk), Desmond Gill, Colin Pinney, Michael Latimer, Terence Greenidge, Robert Robinson, Philip Voss (as Cromwell), Frank Ellis, Ronald Harvi, Michael Brown, William Ingram, Roy Patrick, Georgine Anderson (as Katharine of Aragon), Lesley Nunnerley (as Anne Bullen), Elspeth Duxbury, Jennifer Hilary, Loraine Baxter, Peter Cook, Peter Dennis, Leroy Lingwood, Melvyn Martin, Peter Price, Martin Shardlow, Keith Williams; dir:David Buxton [16pp, 5x8; cast list, programme note, credits, theatre information etc.; photo not included; rumpled, else VG] £3

1963 (Feb): TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Troilus), Arthur Pentelow (as Prologue/Thersites), Terence Greenidge, Paul Carson, Robert Robinson, Peter Dennis, Michael Latimer, Peter Price, Peter Miles-Johnson, Ralph Nossek (as Pandarus), Colin Pinney, Ronald Harvi, Philip Voss (as Achilles), Roy Patrick, Desmond Gill (as Ulysses), Frank Ellis, William Ingram, Michael May, Georgine Anderson (as Helen), Elspeth Duxbury, Lesley Nunnerley, Jennifer Hilary (as Cressida), Loraine Baxter, Michael Brown, Peter Cook, Leroy Lingwood, Melvyn Martin, Martin Shardlow, Keith Williams; dir:John Harrison [16pp, 5x8; cast list, programme note, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1963 (Mch): TITUS ANDRONICUS (Birmingham Rep)
Derek Jacobi (as Aaron), Paul Carson (as Saturninus), Roy Patrick, Desmond Gill (as Titus Andronicus), Arthur Pentelow (as Marcus Andronicus), Ralph Nossek (as Emilius), Robert Robinson, Michael May, Michael Latimer, Frank Ellis, Lesley Nunnerley (as Lavinia), Peter Cook, Terence Greenidge, Ronald Harvi, Colin Pinney, Georgine Anderson (as Tamora), Leroy Lingwood, Philip Voss (as Demetrius), William Ingram, Peter Miles-Johnson, Elspeth Duxbury, Loraine Baxter, Michael Brown, Peter Dennis, Melvyn Martin, Peter Price, Martin Shardlow, Keith Williams; dir:Ronald Eyre [16pp, 5x8; cast list, programme note, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1963-1971: Derek Jacobi was a member of the National Theatre Company

1971: ELECTRA - Euripides, translated by David Thompson (Greenwich Theatre)
Derek Jacobi (as Orestes), Terence Skelton, Freda Dowie (for Sarah Badel, as Electra), Andrew Ray, Anna Brett, Gaye Brown, Yvonne Mitchell (as Clytaemnestra), Teresa D'Abrou, Aletta Lohmeyer, Janina Scott, Susan Bertish; dir:Hovhanness I Pilikian [4pp, 5.25x9; cast list, programme note, credits, theatre information etc.; cast substitution written in; VG] £1

1972 (Oct): RICHARD III (King's Theatre, Glasgow)
Prospect Theatre Company: Derek Jacobi (as Buckingham), Simon Gough (as Clarence), Richard Briers (as Richard III), Timothy Peters, Christopher Burgess (as Hastings), Marilyn Taylorson (as Lady Anne), Nigel Williams, Frances Cuka (Queen Elizabeth), Henry Moxon, Ron Smerczak, Geoffrey Lerway, Michael Goodliffe (as Stanley), Antonia Pemberton (as Queen Margaret), Bob Hornery, Clifford Norgate, Glyn Grain (as Tyrrel), Jennifer Tudor, Malcolm Rogers (as Richmond), Anne Dyson (as Duchess of York), Liz Willis, John Sanderson, Jack Niles, George Collis, Willoughby Goddard (as Lord Mayor of London), Michael Atkinson, Phillip Clayton-Gore, Jonathan Hyde, Richard Latham, Francis Mughan; dir:Toby Robertson and Kenny McBain [16pp, 5.6x8.75; cast list, programme note, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £4

1976 (Feb): A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY - Ivan Turgenev, translated by Ariadne Nicolaeff, and A ROOM WITH A VIEW - E M Forster, adapted by Richard Cottrell (Albery Theatre)
Prospect Theatre Company: Derek Jacobi (as Rakitin; Cecil Vyse), Pauline Jameson (as Anna; Mrs Honeychurch), Carol Gillies (as Lizaveta; Miss Lavish), Michael Fawkes (as Herr Schaaf; Angelo), Dorothy Tutin (as Natalya Petrovna), John Relevy/Benedict Yeoman (as Kolya), Michael Howarth (as Aleksei; George Emerson), Malcolm Gerard, Timothy West (as Shpigelsky; Mr Emerson), Jane Lapotaire (as Vera; Lucy Honeychurch), John Turner (as Arkady Islayev; Reverend Beebe), Sara Coward (as Katya; Maria), John Byron (as Bolshintsov; Clergyman in Santa Croce), Lynn Farleigh (as Charlotte Bartlett), Richard Everett (as Freddy Honeychurch), Janis Winters, Joan Hart, Philip Caton; dir:Toby Robertson (Month), Toby Robertson and Timothy West (Room) [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast lists, biographies, 4 production photos, illustrated programme notes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1977 (Apr): HAMLET (New Theatre, Oxford)
Prospect Theatre Company: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Timothy West (as Claudius), Barbara Jefford (as Gertrude), John Nettleton (as Polonius/First Gravedigger), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Suzanne Bertish (as Ophelia), David Shaughnessy, Jeffrey Daunton, John Rowe, Neil McCaul, Michael Howarth, Philip York, Kenneth Gilbert, John Turner (as Ghost/First Player), Graeme Edler, Alice Stopczynski, Rupert Frazer, Paul Vaughan Teague, Andrew Seear, Philip Bloomfield, Paul Cartwright, Stephen Jenner, Laurence Joyce, Alan Lawrence, Karen Bowen, Rosamond Freeman-Attwood, Clive Gilbertson, Bernice Stegers; dir:Toby Robertson [20pp, 5.75x8.4; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; Opening performances of this production; programme SIGNED by Derek Jacobi; VG] £5

1977 (Jun): HAMLET (Old Vic)
Prospect Theatre Company: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Timothy West (as Claudius), Barbara Jefford (as Gertrude), John Nettleton (as Polonius/First Gravedigger), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Suzanne Bertish (as Ophelia), David Shaughnessy, Jeffrey Daunton, John Rowe, Neil McCaul, Michael Howarth, Philip York, Kenneth Gilbert, John Turner (as Ghost/First Player), Graeme Edler, Alice Stopczynski, Rupert Frazer, Paul Vaughan Teague, Andrew Seear, Philip Bloomfield, Paul Cartwright, Stephen Jenner, Laurence Joyce, Alan Lawrence, Karen Bowen, Rosamond Freeman-Attwood, Clive Gilbertson, Bernice Stegers; dir:Toby Robertson [40pp, 5.2x9; cast list, biographies, Prospect Company List w.photos, 4 production photos, Hamlet at the Old Vic (w.13 photos), credits etc.; VG] £6

1977: HAMLET (Assembly Hall, Edinburgh)
Prospect Theatre Company: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Timothy West (as Claudius), Barbara Jefford (as Gertrude), John Nettleton (as Polonius/First Gravedigger), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Suzanne Bertish (as Ophelia), David Shaughnessy, Jeffrey Daunton, John Rowe, Neil McCaul, Michael Howarth, Philip York, Kenneth Gilbert, John Turner (as Ghost/First Player), Graeme Edler, Alice Stopczynski, Rupert Frazer, Paul Vaughan Teague, Andrew Seear, Philip Bloomfield, Paul Cartwright, Stephen Jenner, Laurence Joyce, Alan Lawrence, Karen Bowen, Rosamond Freeman-Attwood, Clive Gilbertson, Bernice Stegers; dir:Toby Robertson [12pp, 4x10; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1977: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Assembly Hall, Edinburgh)
Prospect Theatre Company: Derek Jacobi (as Octavius Caesar), Alec McCowen (as Antony), John Nettleton, Rupert Frazer, Timothy West (as Enobarbus), John Rowe, Paul Vaughan Teague, Kenneth Gilbert, David Shaughnessy, Robert Eddison, Jeffrey Daunton, Philip York, Neil McCaul, Michael Howarth, Philip Bloomfield, Andrew Seear, Terence Wilton, Dorothy Tutin (as Cleopatra), Bernice Stegers, Zoe Hicks, Suzanne Bertish, Graeme Edler, Clive Gilbertson; dir:Toby Robertson [12pp, 4x10; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1977 (Sep): HAMLET (Theatre Royal, Norwich)
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), John Turner (as Ghost/Claudius/First Player), Barbara Jefford (as Gertrude), John Nettleton (as Polonius/First Gravedigger), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Suzanne Bertish (as Ophelia), David Shaughnessy, Jeffrey Daunton, John Rowe, Neil McCaul, Michael Howarth, Philip York, Kenneth Gilbert, Robert Eddison (as Player King/Lucianus), Alice Stopczynski, Rupert Frazer, Paul Vaughan Teague, Andrew Seear, Philip Bloomfield, Paul Cartwright, Stephen Jenner, Laurence Joyce, Alan Lawrence, Graeme Edler, Karen Bowen, Rosamond Freeman-Attwood, Clive Gilbertson, Bernice Stegers; dir:Toby Robertson [22pp, 5.75x8.4; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1977 (Oct): HAMLET (Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton)
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), John Turner (as Claudius/First Player), Barbara Jefford (as Gertrude), John Nettleton (as Polonius/First Gravedigger), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Suzanne Bertish (as Ophelia), David Shaughnessy, Jeffrey Daunton, John Rowe, Neil McCaul, Michael Howarth, Philip York, Kenneth Gilbert, Robert Eddison (as Player King/Ghost), Alice Stopczynski, Rupert Frazer, Paul Vaughan Teague, Andrew Seear, Philip Bloomfield, Paul Cartwright, Stephen Jenner, Laurence Joyce, Alan Lawrence, Graeme Edler, Karen Bowen, Rosamond Freeman-Attwood, Clive Gilbertson, Bernice Stegers; dir:Toby Robertson [20pp, 5.9x8.25; cast list, programme note, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1978 (Autumn): IVANOV, THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING and TWELFTH NIGHT (New Theatre, Oxford) Repertoire Brochure
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Ivanov; Thomas Mendip), John Cording, Louise Purnell (as Anna Petrovna; Olivia), John Savident (as Shabelsky; Sir Toby Belch; Tappercoom), Clive Arindell, Sheila Mitchell, Brenda Bruce (as Marfa; Margaret Devize), Jeffrey Daunton, Michael Denison (as Lebedev; Malvolio; Hebble Tyson), Oz Clarke, Janet Henfrey (as Avdotya Nazarovna), Alan Haywood, Jane Wymark (as Sasha; Viola), Malcolm Hughes, Brian Attree, Richard Clifford, Rob Middleton, Nini Pitt, Lorna Russell, Penny Ryder, Andrew Seear, James Wardroper, John Rowe, Ronnie Stevens (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek; Matthew Skipps), Robert Eddison (as Feste; Chaplain), Michael Thomas (as Sebastian; Richard), Kate Nicholls, Eileen Atkins (as Jennet Jourdemayne); dir: Toby Robertson (Ivanov; Twelfth), George Baker (Lady's) [12pp, 8.25x7.7; cast lists, biographies, programme notes, 6 production photos, credits, company lists etc.; VG] £4

1978 (4-9 Sep): IVANOV (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh)
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Ivanov), John Cording, Louise Purnell (as Anna Petrovna), John Savident (as Shabelsky), Clive Arindell, Sheila Mitchell, Brenda Bruce (as Marfa), Jeffrey Daunton, Michael Denison (as Lebedev), Oz Clarke, Janet Henfrey (as Avdotya Nazarovna), Neil Gibson, Jane Wymark (as Sasha), Malcolm Hughes, Richard Clifford, Rob Middleton, Andrew Seear, Brian Attree, James Wardroper, Lorna Russell, Nini Pitt, Penny Ryder; dir:Toby Robertson [12pp, 4x10; cast list, biographies, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £2

1978 (25 Sep-7 Oct): TWELFTH NIGHT, THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING, IVANOV, THE RIVALS, and KING LEAR (Theatre Royal, Newcastle; Empire Theatre, Sunderland) Repertoire Leaflet
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi, Ronnie Stevens, John Savident, Michael Denison, John Cording, Robert Eddison, Jane Wymark, Brenda Bruce, Michael Thomas, Eileen Atkins, Anthony Quayle, Isla Blair, Christopher Neame [8pp, 4x8.25 quadruple-fold; brief comments on each play, credits, schedule of performances, theatre details, company lists, 7 production photos etc.; VG] £1

1978 (25-30 Sep): IVANOV, TWELFTH NIGHT, and THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING (Theatre Royal, Newcastle)
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Ivanov; Thomas Mendip), John Cording, Louise Purnell (as Anna Petrovna; Olivia), John Savident (as Shabelsky; Sir Toby Belch; Tappercoom), Clive Arindell, Sheila Mitchell, Brenda Bruce (as Marfa; Margaret Devize), Jeffrey Daunton, Michael Denison (as Lebedev; Malvolio; Hebble Tyson), Oz Clarke, Janet Henfrey (as Avdotya Nazarovna), Neil Gibson, Jane Wymark (as Sasha; Viola), Malcolm Hughes, Brian Attree, Richard Clifford, Rob Middleton, Nini Pitt, Lorna Russell, Penny Ryder, Andrew Seear, James Wardroper, John Rowe, Ronnie Stevens (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek; Matthew Skipps), Robert Eddison (as Feste; Chaplain), Michael Thomas (as Sebastian; Richard), Kate Nicholls, Eileen Atkins (as Viola; Jennet Jourdemayne); dir: Toby Robertson (Ivanov; Twelfth), George Baker (Lady's) [28pp, 6x8.25; cast lists, biographies, programme notes, note on the Prospect Theatre Company, 12 production photos, company list, credits etc.; VG] £3

1978 (Oct): IVANOV (King's Theatre, Southsea)
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Ivanov), John Cording, Louise Purnell (as Anna Petrovna), John Savident (as Shabelsky), Clive Arindell, Sheila Mitchell, Brenda Bruce (as Marfa), Jeffrey Daunton, Michael Denison (as Lebedev), Oz Clarke, Janet Henfrey (as Avdotya Nazarovna), Alan Haywood, Jane Wymark (as Sasha), Malcolm Hughes, Brian Attree, Richard Clifford, Rob Middleton, Nini Pitt, Lorna Russell, Penny Ryder, Andrew Seear, James Wardroper; dir:Toby Robertson [24pp, 6x8.25; cast list, biographies, programme notes, 12 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1978 (Oct): THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING (King's Theatre, Southsea)
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Thomas Mendip), Michael Thomas (as Richard), Kate Nicholls, Clive Arindell, Brenda Bruce (as Margaret Devize), Oz Clarke, Michael Denison (as Hebble Tyson), Eileen Atkins (as Jennet Jourdemayne), Robert Eddison (as Chaplain), John Savident, Ronnie Stevens (as Matthew Skipps); dir:George Baker [24pp, 6x8.25; cast list, biographies, programme notes, 12 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1978 (Oct-Nov): IVANOV, TWELFTH NIGHT, and THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING (Hippodrome, Bristol)
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Ivanov; Thomas Mendip), John Cording, Louise Purnell (as Anna Petrovna; Olivia), John Savident (as Shabelsky; Sir Toby Belch; Tappercoom), Clive Arindell, Sheila Mitchell, Brenda Bruce (as Marfa; Margaret Devize), Jeffrey Daunton, Michael Denison (as Lebedev; Malvolio; Hebble Tyson), Oz Clarke, Janet Henfrey (as Avdotya Nazarovna), Alan Haywood, Jane Wymark (as Sasha; Viola), Malcolm Hughes, Brian Attree, Richard Clifford, Rob Middleton, Nini Pitt, Lorna Russell, Penny Ryder, Andrew Seear, James Wardroper, John Rowe, Ronnie Stevens (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek; Matthew Skipps), Robert Eddison (as Feste; Chaplain), Michael Thomas (as Sebastian; Richard), Kate Nicholls, Eileen Atkins (as Viola; Jennet Jourdemayne); dir: Toby Robertson (Ivanov; Twelfth), George Baker (Lady's) [16pp, 6x9; cast lists, biographies, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £2

1978 (Nov): IVANOV, TWELFTH NIGHT, and THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING (Theatre Royal, Norwich)
Prospect from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Ivanov; Thomas Mendip), John Cording, Louise Purnell (as Anna Petrovna; Olivia), John Savident (as Shabelsky; Sir Toby Belch; Tappercoom), Clive Arindell, Sheila Mitchell, Brenda Bruce (as Marfa; Margaret Devize), Jeffrey Daunton, Michael Denison (as Lebedev; Malvolio; Hebble Tyson), Oz Clarke, Janet Henfrey (as Avdotya Nazarovna), Alan Haywood, Jane Wymark (as Sasha; Viola), Malcolm Hughes, Brian Attree, Richard Clifford, Rob Middleton, Nini Pitt, Lorna Russell, Penny Ryder, Andrew Seear, James Wardroper, John Rowe, Ronnie Stevens (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek; Matthew Skipps), Robert Eddison (as Feste; Chaplain), Michael Thomas (as Sebastian; Richard), Kate Nicholls, Eileen Atkins (as Viola; Jennet Jourdemayne); dir: Toby Robertson (Ivanov; Twelfth), George Baker (Lady's) [32pp, 5.9x8.25; cast lists, biographies, programme notes, 12 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1978: IVANOV - Anton Chekhov, translated by Ariadne Nicolaeff (Old Vic)
Prospect at The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi, John Cording, Louise Purnell (as Anna Petrovna), John Savident, Clive Arrindell, Sheila Mitchell, Brenda Bruce, Jeffrey Daunton, Michael Denison, Oz Clarke, Janet Henfrey, Neil Gibson, Jane Wymark, Malcolm Hughes, Richard Clifford, Rob Middleton, Andrew Seear, Brian Attree, James Wardroper, Lorna Russell, Nini Pitt, Penny Ryder, Laurence Joyce; dir:Toby Robertson [32pp, 5.2x9; cast list, biographies, costume designs, article about Prospect at the Old Vic, company list, credits, production photos, illustrated articles, further photos etc.; substantial programme; mailing list page neatly removed, else VG] £3

1978: THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING - Christopher Fry (Old Vic)
Prospect at The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi, Eileen Atkins, Michael Thomas, Kate Nicholls, Clive Arrindell, Brenda Bruce, Michael Dennison, Robert Eddison, John Savident, Ronnie Stevens; dir:George Baker [36pp, 5.2x9; cast list, biographies, 5 rehearsal photos, feature on Chrispher Fry (w.photo), illustrated article on previous productions of the play, 8-page history of the Old Vic w.12+ photos, etc.; VG] £5

1979 (Jan): THE GREAT ENGLISH ECCENTRICS: 'The Grand Tour', 'Smith Of Smiths', and 'The Lunatic, The Lover And The Poet' (The Playhouse, Harlow)
Prospect from the Old Vic: Derek Jacobi, Isla Blair, Julian Glover, Timothy West; dir:Toby Robertson [24pp, 5.75x8.25; cast lists, extensive details of the three programmes, credits etc.; VG] £2

1979 (5-7 Feb): THE GRAND TOUR (Shouson Theatre, Arts Centre, Hong Kong)
Prospect from the Old Vic: Derek Jacobi, Isla Blair, Julian Glover, Timothy West; dir:Toby Robertson [20pp, 5.5x8.5; photos, credits etc.; VG] £2

1979 (8-10 Feb): THE LUNATIC, THE LOVER & THE POET (Shouson Theatre, Arts Centre, Hong Kong)
Prospect from the Old Vic: Derek Jacobi, Isla Blair, Julian Glover, Timothy West; dir:Toby Robertson [20pp, 5.5x8.5; photos, credits etc.; VG] £2

1979 (14 Feb-22 Mch): GREAT ENGLISH ECCENTRICS: 'The Lunatic, the Lover and the Poet', 'Smith of Smiths', and 'The Grand Tour' (Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Canberra - Australian Tour)
Prospect from the Old Vic: Derek Jacobi, Isla Blair, Donald Fraser, Julian Glover, Alan Lawrence, Timothy West; dir:Toby Robertson [16pp, 7.8x10.6; cast lists, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £3

23 April 1979: The Prospect Theatre Company became The Old Vic Company

1979 (Aug): HAMLET (Old Vic)
Old Vic Company: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Richard Derrington, Barrie Rutter (as Barnado/Reynaldo/Lucianus/First Gravedigger), Malcolm Mudie, John Rowe, Julian Glover (as Claudius), Brenda Bruce (as Gertrude), Richard Clifford, Alan Haywood, Robert Eddison (as Polonius), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Jane Wymark (as Ophelia), Bernard Brown (as Ghost/First Player/Player King/Osric), Peter Ellis, Martin Chamberlain, Jeremy Roberts, Charles Rogers, Michael Cogan, Mark Fletcher, Lee Hudson, Eunice Roberts; dir:Toby Robertson [32pp, 5x9; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 2 production photos, credits, note by Toby Robertson on "this first production by the reformed Old Vic Company" etc.; VG] £3

1979 (26 Jul): HAMLET (Old Vic) Souvenir Brochure
Royal Gala Performance by the Old Vic Company: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Richard Derrington, Barrie Rutter (as Barnado/Reynaldo/Lucianus/First Gravedigger), Malcolm Mudie, John Rowe, Julian Glover (as Claudius), Brenda Bruce (as Gertrude), Richard Clifford, Alan Haywood, Robert Eddison (as Polonius), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Jane Wymark (as Ophelia), Bernard Brown (as Ghost/First Player/Player King/Osric), Peter Ellis, Martin Chamberlain, Jeremy Roberts, Charles Rogers, Michael Cogan, Mark Fletcher, Lee Hudson, Eunice Roberts; dir:Toby Robertson [68pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, 3 production photos, two articles on the reformation of the Old Vic Company, extensively illustrated programme notes, credits etc.; SIGNED by Robert Eddison, John Rowe, Brenda Bruce, Terry Wilton and Jane Wymark; VG] £5

1979 (21 Aug-5 Sep): HAMLET (Kronborg Castle, Elsinore)
Prospect Theatre Company from The Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Richard Derrington, Barrie Rutter (as Barnado/Reynaldo/Lucianus/First Gravedigger), Malcolm Mudie, John Rowe, Julian Glover (as Claudius), Brenda Bruce (as Gertrude), Richard Clifford, Alan Haywood, Robert Eddison (as Polonius), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Jane Wymark (as Ophelia), Bernard Brown (as Ghost/First Player/Player King/Osric), Peter Ellis, Martin Chamberlain, Michael Cogan, Mark Fletcher, Lee Hudson, Eunice Roberts, Charles Rogers; dir:Toby Robertson [24pp, 8.1x11.75; cast list, biography of Derek Jacobi (w.2 photos), 4 production photos; illustrated articles including: Hamlet og Kronborg, and History of Hamlet at Kronborg (w.4 historic photos of Laurence Olivier, John Gielgud, Michael Redgrave and Richard Burton); programme largely in Danish; SIGNED by Derek Jacobi; PLUS English translation of programme on four A4 pages, and TICKETS to eight different performances; VG] £6

1979 (11-16 Sep): IVANOV and THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING (Grand Theatre, Leeds)
Prospect from the Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Ivanov; Thomas Mendip), John Cording, Louise Purnell (as Anna Petrovna), John Savident (as Shabelsky; Tappercoom), Clive Arindell, Sheila Mitchell, Brenda Bruce (as Marfa; Margaret Devize), Jeffrey Daunton, Michael Denison (as Lebedev; Hebble Tyson), Oz Clarke, Janet Henfrey (as Avdotya Nazarovna), Neil Gibson, Jane Wymark (as Sasha), Malcolm Hughes, Brian Attree, Richard Clifford, Rob Middleton, Nini Pitt, Lorna Russell, Penny Ryder, Andrew Seear, James Wardroper, Michael Thomas (as Richard), Kate Nicholls, Clive Arrindell, Eileen Atkins (as Jennet Jourdemayne), Robert Eddison (as Chaplain), Ronnie Stevens (as Matthew Skipps); dir: Toby Robertson (Ivanov), George Baker (Lady's) [28pp, 6x8.25; cast lists, biographies, programme notes, 12 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1979 (18-23 Sep): THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING and TWELFTH NIGHT (New Theatre, Hull)
Prospect from the Old Vic: Derek Jacobi (as Thomas Mendip), Michael Thomas (as Richard; Sebastian), Kate Nicholls, Clive Arrindell, Brenda Bruce (as Margaret Devize), Oz Clarke, Michael Denison (as Hebble Tyson; Malvolio), Eileen Atkins (as Jennet Jourdemayne; Viola), Robert Eddison (as Chaplain; Feste), John Savident (as Tappercoom; Sir Toby Belch), Ronnie Stevens (as Matthew Skipps; Sir Andrew Agucheek), John Rowe, Rob Middleton, Jane Wymark (as Viola), Brian Attree, Penny Ryder, Louise Purnell (as Olivia), Andrew Seear, Jeffrey Daunton, John Cording, Malcolm Hughes, Richard Clifford, Nini Pitt, Lorna Russell, James Wardroper; dir: George Baker (Lady's), Toby Robertson (Twelfth) [28pp, 6x8.25; cast lists, biographies, programme notes, 12 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1979 (24 Sep-6 Oct): HAMLET (Theatre Royal, Newcastle)
Old Vic Company: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Richard Derrington, Barrie Rutter (as Barnado/Reynaldo/Lucianus/First Gravedigger), Malcolm Mudie, John Rowe, Julian Glover (as Claudius), Brenda Bruce (as Gertrude), Richard Clifford, Alan Haywood, Robert Eddison (as Polonius), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Jane Wymark (as Ophelia), Bernard Brown (as Ghost/First Player/Player King/Osric), Peter Ellis, Martin Chamberlain, Jeremy Roberts, Charles Rogers, Michael Cogan, Mark Fletcher, Lee Hudson, Eunice Roberts; dir:Toby Robertson [24pp, 5.9x8.25; cast list, biographies, programme notes, credits etc.; SIGNED PHOTO of Derek Jacobi as Hamlet; VG] £3

1979 (18-29 Oct): HAMLET (Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka - Japanese Tour) Souvenir Brochure
Old Vic Company: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Richard Derrington, Barrie Rutter (as Barnado/Reynaldo/Lucianus/First Gravedigger), Malcolm Mudie, John Rowe, Julian Glover (as Claudius), Brenda Bruce (as Gertrude), Richard Clifford, Alan Haywood, Robert Eddison (as Polonius), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Jane Wymark (as Ophelia), Bernard Brown (as Ghost/First Player/Player King/Osric), Peter Ellis, Martin Chamberlain, Jeremy Roberts, Charles Rogers, Michael Cogan, Mark Fletcher, Lee Hudson, Eunice Roberts; dir:Toby Robertson [44pp, 8.25x11.75; excellent Souvenir Brochure; cast list, biographies (w.photos), synopsis, illustrated history of the Old Vic, article about Prospect, 14 production photos, many further illustrations, credits etc.; in English and Japanese; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1979 (15 Nov-15 Dec): HAMLET (Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney - Australian Tour) Souvenir Brochure
Old Vic Company: Derek Jacobi (as Hamlet), Richard Derrington, Barrie Rutter (as Barnado/Reynaldo/Lucianus/First Gravedigger), Malcolm Mudie, John Rowe, Julian Glover (as Claudius), Brenda Bruce (as Gertrude), Richard Clifford, Alan Haywood, Robert Eddison (as Polonius), Terence Wilton (as Laertes), Jane Wymark (as Ophelia), Bernard Brown (as Ghost/First Player/Player King/Osric), Peter Ellis, Martin Chamberlain, Jeremy Roberts, Charles Rogers, Michael Cogan, Mark Fletcher, Lee Hudson, Eunice Roberts; dir:Toby Robertson [36pp, 8x12; excellent Souvenir Brochure; cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis, programme notes, 9 production photos, The Director's point of view, Hamlet by Old Vic, Jacobi on Hamlet, Hamlet at Elsinore (Olivier, Gielgud, Redgrave and Burton - 5 photos), Old Vic Hamlets (Ernest Milton, John Laurie, Maurice Evans, Robert Harris, Alec Guinness, John Neville, Peter O'Toole, Albert Finney - 8 photos), credits etc.; VG] £6

1980 (8-12 Jul): THE LUNATIC, THE LOVER AND THE POET: An Evening with Lord Byron - Jane McCulloch (Lyric, Hammersmith)
Derek Jacobi (as George Gordon, 6th Lord Byron), Isla Blair, Julian Glover, Trevor Martin; dir:Toby Robertson [20pp, 5.2x8.9; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated notes on Lord Byron etc.; VG] £3

1980 (9 Oct): THE SUICIDE - Nikolai Erdman, translated by George Genereux Jr. and Jacob Volkov (Anta Theatre, New York) Opening Night Programme
Derek Jacobi (as Semyon Semyonovich Podsekalnikov), Angela Pietropinto, Grayson Hall, Clarence Felder, Carol Mayo Jenkins, John Heffernan, John Christopher Jones, David Sabin, Chip Zien, William Myers, Laura Esterman, Mary Lou Rosato, Leda Siskind, Susan Edwards, Cheryl Giannini, David Patrick Kelly, Derek Meader, Jeff Zinn; dir:Jonas Jurasas [100pp, 5.5x9; cast list, biographies, 5 production photos, programme note, credits and much else; centre pages loose, else VG] £4

1980: THE SUICIDE - Nikolai Erdman, translated by George Genereux Jr. and Jacob Volkov (Anta Theatre, New York)
Derek Jacobi (as Semyon Semyonovich Podsekalnikov), Angela Pietropinto, Madeleine Thornton-Sherwood, Clarence Felder, Carol Mayo Jenkins, John Heffernan, John Christopher Jones, David Sabin, Chip Zien, William Myers, Laura Esterman, Mary Lou Rosato, Leda Siskind, Susan Edwards, Cheryl Giannini, David Patrick Kelly, Derek Meader, Jeff Zinn; dir:Jonas Jurasas [76pp, 5.5x9; cast list, biographies, 4 rehearsal photos, programme note, credits and much else; VG] £3

1986: BREAKING THE CODE - Hugh Whitemore (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Derek Jacobi (as Alan Turing), Dave Hill, Richard Stirling, Isabel Dean (as Sara Turing), Paul Slack, Michael Malnick, Michael Gough (as Dillwyn Knox), Joanna David (as Pat Green), Dean Winters; dir:Clifford Williams [32pp, 6x8.5; cast list, biographies, 35+ production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1986: BREAKING THE CODE - Hugh Whitemore (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Derek Jacobi (as Alan Turing), Colin McCormack, Richard Stirling, Isabel Dean (as Sara Turing), Paul Bigley, Michael Malnick, Nicholas Selby (as Dillwyn Knox), Angela Down (as Pat Green), Dean Winters; dir:Clifford Williams [28pp, 6x8.5; cast list, biographies, 35+ production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1986 (1 Jun): MAD, BAD AND DANGEROUS TO KNOW - Jane McCulloch (Bristol Old Vic Theatre Club)
English Chamber Theatre: Derek Jacobi (as Lord Byron), Isla Blair; dir:Jane McCulloch [6pp, 5.75x8.25 triplefold; cast list, biographies w.photos, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £2

1986 (29 Jun): MAD, BAD AND DANGEROUS TO KNOW - Jane McCulloch (Duke of York's)
English Chamber Theatre: Derek Jacobi (as Lord Byron), Isla Blair; dir:Jane McCulloch [20pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, production photo, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £2

1987 (22 Feb): MAD, BAD AND DANGEROUS TO KNOW - Jane McCulloch (Barbican Theatre)
English Chamber Theatre: Derek Jacobi (as Lord Byron), Isla Blair; dir:Jane McCulloch [4pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £1

1988: RICHARD II (Phoenix) Souvenir Brochure
Derek Jacobi (as Richard II), Robert Eddison, David Rintoul, Pete Postlethwaite, Rachel Gurney, Patrick Marley, Clive Arrindell, Tom Durham, Adam Norton, Scott Cherry, Gwynn Beech, Malcolm Mudie, Malcolm Tierney, Jeffery Dench, Leon Eagles, Richard Wilkes, Kathryn Pogson, Sam Miller, Ray Llewellyn, Robert Swann, Jan Dunn, Jennifer Thorne, Jason Salkey, Barbara Jefford (as Duchess of York), Graham Rowe; dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 8.25x11.75; 20 excellent production photos (some in colour), cast, credits, biographies, illustrated articles etc.; VG] £5

1989: RICHARD III (Phoenix) Souvenir Brochure
Derek Jacobi (as Richard III), Malcolm Tierney (as Clarence), Patrick Marley, Robert Swann, Kathryn Pogson (as Lady Anne), Jason Salkey, Heather Canning, Malcolm Mudie, Scott Cherry, Gwynn Beech, Pete Postlethwaite (as Buckingham), Jeffery Dench, Barbara Jefford (as Queen Margaret), Clive Arrindell, Ray Llewellyn, Sam Miller, Leon Eagles, Richard Wilkes, Rachel Gurney, Tom Durham, Robbie Engels, Ian Harris, Corrin Helliwell, Sam Hails, Adam Norton, Robert Eddison, Graham Rowe, Jan Dunn, David Rintoul (as Richmond); dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 8.25x11.75; 20 excellent production photos (some in colour), cast, credits, biographies, illustrated articles etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1989 (Jun): RICHARD II and RICHARD III (Palace Theatre, Manchester)
Derek Jacobi (as Richard II; Richard III), Robert Eddison (as John of Gaunt), David Rintoul (as Bolingbroke; Edward IV, Richmond), Nicholas Lumley, Rachel Gurney (as Duchess of Gloucester; Duchess of York), Patrick Marley, Clive Arrindell (as Aumerle; Clarence), Tom Durham (as Scroop; Tyrrel), Michael David, Max Burrows, Gwynn Beech, Malcolm Mudie, Jeffery Dench (as Duke of York; Lord Stanley), William Maxwell, Leon Eagles (as ; Buckingham), Richard Wilkes, Carolyn Backhouse (as Isabel; Lady Anne), Frank Kovacs, Miles Richardson, Ray Llewellyn, Jan Dunn, Jennifer Thorne, Graham Rowe, Ian Crowe, Carol Gillies (as Duchess of York; Queen Margaret), Vivien Heilbron, James Robinson/Andrew Creffield, Corrin Helliwell; dir:Clifford Williams [32pp, 8.25x11.75; cast lists, biographies w.photos, 4 production photos, very extensive illustrated programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1989 (3-15 Jul): RICHARD III (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford)
Derek Jacobi (as Richard III), Clive Arrindell (as Clarence), Patrick Marley, William Maxwell, Carolyn Backhouse (as Lady Anne), Ian Crowe, Vivien Heilbron, Malcolm Mudie, Gwynn Beech, Max Burrows, Leon Eagles (as Buckingham), Jeffery Dench, Carol Gillies (as Queen Margaret), Nicholas Lumley, Ray Llewellyn, Frank Kovacs, David Rintoul (as Edward IV, Richmond), Richard Wilkes, Rachel Gurney, Tom Durham, James Robinson/Andrew Creffield, Corrin Helliwell, Miles Richardson, Graham Rowe, Jan Dunn, Michael David; dir:Clifford Williams [36pp, 5.75x8.25; cast list, biographies w.photos, extensive illustrated programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1990: KEAN - Jean-Paul Sartre, translated by Frank Hauser (Old Vic)
Derek Jacobi, Malcolm Mudie, Eleanor David, Kate Duchene, Michael Godley, Nicholas Farrell, Ian McNeice, Sarah Woodward, Andrea Duncan, Mark Southworth, Terry Whan, Stanley Page, Tricia Morrish, Tim Wallers, Christopher Luscombe, Tom Dunn; dir:Sam Mendes [36pp, 5.5x11.75; cast, credits, biographies w.photos, extensive illustrated articles; attractive programme; VG] £4

1991: BECKET - Jean Anouilh, translated by Jeremy Sams (Old Vic)
Derek Jacobi (as Thomas Becket), Robert Lindsay (as King Henry II), Andrew Jarvis, Alan Bennion, David Lyon, John Darrell, Ben Porter, Helen Schlesinger, Brendan O'Hea, Phyllida Hancock, Ken Bones, Tom Beard, Gregor Truter, Dariel Pertwee, Mark Hadfield, Dilys Hamlett, Trevor Ray, Ronnie Stevens; dir:Elijah Moshinsky [36pp, 6.75x9.6; cast, credits, biographies w.photos, 20+ production photos, extensive illustrated articles; attractive programme; VG] £4

1992: MAD, BAD AND DANGEROUS TO KNOW - Jane McCulloch (Ambassadors)
English Chamber Theatre: Derek Jacobi (as Lord Byron), Isla Blair; dir:Jane McCulloch [20pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, very extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £3

2001: GOD ONLY KNOWS - Hugh Whitemore (Vaudeville)
Derek Jacobi (as Humphrey Biddulph), Richard O'Callaghan, David Yelland, Margot Leicester, Francesca Hunt; dir:Anthony Page [28pp, 8.25x9.5; cast list, biographies w.photos, 9 production photos, credits, Other Work by Hugh Whitemore (w.12 photos) etc.; VG] £3

2003: THE TEMPEST (Old Vic)
Sheffield Theatres production: Derek Jacobi (as Prospero), Colin Haigh, Peter Bygott, Robert East, Michael Jenn, John Nettleton, David Mara, Sophie Franklin, Claire Price (as Miranda), Daniel Evans (as Ariel), Louis Hilyer, Sam Callis, Iain Robertson, Nigel Lindsay, Christian Mortimer, Stuart Burt; dir:Michael Grandage [36pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, articles etc.; VG] £4

2005: DON CARLOS - Friedrich Schiller, adapted by Mike Poulton (Gielgud)
Derek Jacobi (as King Philip II), Michael Hadley, Richard Coyle (as Don Carlos), Elliot Cowan (as Rodrigo), Claire Price (as Queen Elizabeth), Charlotte Randle (as Princess Eboli), Una Stubbs , Stuart Burt, Ian Hogg, Roger Swaine, Brian Poyser, Paul Keating, Andrew McDonald, Peter Eyre (as The Cardinal Grand Inquisitor); dir:Michael Grandage [52pp, 6.7x9.5; 15+ excellent production photos, 15+ cast biographies w.photos, illustrated articles; very smart programme; VG] £5

2005: DON CARLOS - Friedrich Schiller, adapted by Mike Poulton (Gielgud)
Derek Jacobi (as King Philip II), Michael Hadley, Richard Coyle (as Don Carlos), Elliot Cowan (as Rodrigo), Claire Price (as Queen Elizabeth), Charlotte Randle (as Princess Eboli), Una Stubbs, Stuart Burt, Ian Hogg, Roger Swaine, Brian Poyser, Paul Keating, Andrew McDonald, Peter Eyre (as The Cardinal Grand Inquisitor); dir:Michael Grandage [20pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, cast biographies, c20 excellent production photos, illustrated articles; smart programme; VG] £4

2006 (Jun): A VOYAGE ROUND MY FATHER - John Mortimer (Donmar)
Derek Jacobi (as Father), Dominic Rowan (as Son), Joanna David (as Mother), Katie Warren, Lewis Aaltonen, Charlie Bollands, Edward Jackson Keen, Neil Boorman, Jamie de Courcey, Lily Bevan, Osmund Bullock, Sadie Shimmin, Christopher Benjamin, Sonny Muharrem, Jolyon Price, Piers Stubbs, Natasha Little; dir:Michael Grandage [32pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, programme notes, 15+ striking rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

2006 (Sep): A VOYAGE ROUND MY FATHER - John Mortimer (Wyndham's)
Derek Jacobi (as Father), Dominic Rowan (as Son), Joanna David (as Mother), Katie Warren, Lewis Aaltonen, Charlie Bollands, Edward Jackson Keen, Ben Williams, Neil Boorman, Jamie de Courcey, Lily Bevan, Osmund Bullock, Sadie Shimmin, Christopher Benjamin, Alexander Barnett, Sonny Muharrem, Louis Williams, Natasha Little; dir:Michael Grandage [44pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, biographies w.photos, programme notes, 15+ striking production photos (most in colour), credits etc.; VG] £4

2008: TWELFTH NIGHT (Wyndham's)
Mark Bonnar, Norman Bowman, James Howard, Victoria Hamilton (as Viola), Ian Drysdale, Ron Cook, Samantha Spiro, Guy Henry, Zubin Varla, Indira Varma, Derek Jacobi (as Malvolio), Lloyd Hutchinson, Alex Waldmann; dir:Michael Grandage [52pp, 6.75x9.5; cast photos and biogs, Judi Dench in conversation with Michael Grandage, striking rehearsal photos, notes, illustrated articles etc.; VG] £5

2010 (Dec): KING LEAR (Donmar)
Derek Jacobi (as King Lear), Michael Hadley, Paul Jesson (as Gloucester), Alec Newman (as Edmund), Gina McKee (as Goneril), Justine Mitchell (as Regan), Pippa Bennett-Warner (as Cordelia), Tom Beard, Gideon Turner, Stephano Braschi, Ashley Zhangazha, Gwilym Lee (as Edgar), Amit Shah, Ron Cook (as The Fool), Harry Attwell, Derek Hutchinson; dir:Michael Grandage [36pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, programme notes, c14 striking production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

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