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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."); light foxing, very minor edge damage, else VG] £10

1932: THE GOOD COMPANIONS - J B Priestley, Edward Knoblock, music by Richard Addinsell (Golders Green Hippodrome)
John Gielgud, Edward Chapman, Frank Pettingell, Clive Morton, Ellen Pollock, Adele Dixon, Deering Wells, Lawrence Baskcomb; dir:Julian Wylie [24pp, 5.5x8.5 Magazine Programme No.890; cast list, list of scenes, VG] (£4) SOLD

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

1932: RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Frederick Lloyd, Francis Lister, Margaret Webster, Henry Mollison, Donald Wolfit, Walter Hudd, Clement McCallin, Reyner Barton, Alfred Harris, Ralph Truman; dir:John Gielgud [24pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, notes, credits etc.; 2 photos; 23/2/32 faintly written on cover, one staple slightly mis-placed, else VG] (£6) SOLD

1933: RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Frederick Lloyd, Francis Lister, Margaret Webster, Henry Mollison, Donald Wolfit, Walter Hudd, Clement McCallin, Reyner Barton, Alfred Harris, Ralph Truman; dir:John Gielgud [24pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, notes, credits etc.; 2 photos; "17th June 1933" faintly written on cover, else VG] £6

1933: RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Frederick Lloyd, Francis Lister, Margaret Webster, Henry Mollison, Donald Wolfit, Walter Hudd, Bryan Coleman, Reyner Barton, George Devine, Robert Rendel; dir:John Gielgud [20pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, notes, credits etc.; 2 photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1933: RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Frederick Lloyd, Jack Hawkins, Margaret Webster, Ralph Truman, Donald Wolfit, Clement McCallin, Gordon Glennon, Reyner Barton, Earle Grey, Robert Rendel; dir:John Gielgud [20pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, notes, credits etc.; 2 photos; rumpled, else VG] £3

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 [20pp, 5.4x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, notes, credits etc.; small internal tear, else VG] £2

1934 (2nd to 7th April): RICHARD OF BORDEAUX - Gordon Daviot (King's Theatre, Edinburgh)
John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Henry Wolston, Eric Portman, Virginia Isham, Ellis Irving, Clifford Bartlett, Clement McCallin, Gordon Glennon, Reyner Barton, Stuart Bull, Andrew Churchman; 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, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Eric Stanley, Ben Webster, George Howe, Henry Wolston, Eric Portman, Virginia Isham, Ellis Irving, Clifford Bartlett, Clement McCallin, Gordon Glennon, Reyner Barton, Stuart Bull, Andrew Churchman; dir:John Gielgud [24pp, 5.8x11.5 Magazine Programme; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits; slightly rumpled, staples slightly rusty, "26/5/34" pencilled on cover, else VG] £4

1935 (2nd July): NOAH - Andre Obey, translated by Arthur Wilmurt (New) First Night Programme
John Gielgud, Marjorie Fielding, Harold Young, Colin Keith-Johnston, Marius Goring, Ena Burrill, Cicely Howland, Jessica Tandy, George Devine, Harry Andrews, Eric Wynn-Owen, Richard Sheridan, Barbara Seymour, Susan Salaman, Alec Guinness, Merula Salaman; dir:Michel Saint-Denis [4pp; w.newsclipping review, minor marks; VG] £6

1935: NOAH - Andre Obey, translated by Arthur Wilmurt (New)
John Gielgud, Marjorie Fielding, Harold Young, Colin Keith-Johnston, Marius Goring, Ena Burrill, Cicely Howland, Jessica Tandy, George Devine, Harry Andrews, Eric Wynn-Owen, Richard Sheridan, Barbara Seymour, Susan Salaman, Alec Guinness, Merula Salaman; dir:Michel Saint-Denis [28pp; 3 production photos; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1935: NOAH - Andre Obey, translated by Arthur Wilmurt (New)
John Gielgud, Marjorie Fielding, Harold Young, Jack Hawkins, Marius Goring, Ena Burrill, Cicely Howland, Jessica Tandy, George Devine, Peter du Calion, Jack Morris, Richard Sheridan, Virginia Isham, Susan Salaman, Alec Guinness, Merula Salaman; dir:Michel Saint-Denis [24pp, 5.4x8.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 production photos; date on cover (Dec 1935), slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1938: THREE SISTERS - Anton Chekhov, translated by Constance Garnett (Queen's)
John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peggy Ashcroft, Carol Goodner, Michael Redgrave, Angela Baddeley, Glen Byam Shaw, Alec Guinness, Harry Andrews, George Devine, Leon Quartermaine, dir:Michel Saint-Denis [28pp, 5.4x8.5; 7 photographic portraits; printed on heavyweight paper; VG] £7

1938: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Queen's)
John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Alec Guinness, Harry Andrews, Leon Quartermaine, Richard Ainley, Angela Baddeley, George Devine, Glen Byam Shaw, George Howe, Dennis Price, David Tomlinson, John Justin, Merula Salaman; dir:John Gielgud and Glen Byam Shaw [20pp, 5.4x8.5; 5 photographic portraits; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £8

1938: DEAR OCTOPUS - Dodie Smith (Queen's)
John Gielgud, Marie Tempest, Leon Quartermaine, Angela Baddeley [20pp; 13 pencil portraits of cast; very minor edge tear] £6

1939 (28 June-1 July): 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; rumpled, cover spotted, but contents good] £3

1940: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - Oscar Wilde (Globe)
John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Jack Hawkins (as Algy), Peggy Ashcroft, Margaret Rutherford, George Howe, Clive Woods, Kingstone Trollope; dir:John Gielgud [20pp; 7 cast photos; a classic production!; rusty staples, slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

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, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Cyril Ritchard (as Algy), Peggy Ashcroft, Jean Cadell, J H Roberts, Deering Wells, Charles Maunsell; dir:John Gielgud [4pp; a classic production!; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

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

1943: LOVE FOR LOVE - William Congreve (Phoenix Theatre) Theatre World Souvenir
John Gielgud, Max Adrian, Leon Quartermaine, Leslie Banks, Yvonne Arnaud, Miles Malleson, Naomi Jacob, Rosalie Crutchley, Cecil Trouncer, Marian Spencer, Angela Baddeley, George Woodbridge; dir:John Gielgud [12pp, 5.9x8.75; 19 excellent production photos (all captioned); VG] £4

1944: LOVE FOR LOVE - William Congreve (Bournemouth Pavilion)
John Gielgud, Max Adrian, Leon Quartermaine, Leslie Banks, Yvonne Arnaud, Miles Malleson, John Blatchley, Annie Esmond, Rosalie Crutchley, Cecil Trouncer, Marian Spencer, Angela Baddeley, George Woodbridge, D J Williams, Isabel Dean, Mary Lynn; dir:John Gielgud [8pp, 5x4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; rumpled] (£1) SOLD

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: 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: 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 (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh)
John Gielgud, Edith Evans, 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 [6pp, 5.2x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] (£3) SOLD

1946: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT - Fyodor Dostoievsky, adapted by Rodney Ackland (New Theatre)
John Gielgud, Edith Evans, 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, 4.75x7.25; seal unbroken; date on cover, 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, Sybil Thorndike, Irene Browne, Audrey Fildes, Nora Nicholson, Rachel Kempson, Stuart Bull, David Horne, Walter Hudd, Denis Cowles, David Keir, Richard Goolden; dir:Peter Glenville [8pp; 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)
Pamela Brown, John Gielgud, Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, Harcourt Williams, Esme Percy; dir:John Gielgud and Esme Percy [8pp; VG] £4

1951: THE WINTER'S TALE (Phoenix)
John Gielgud, Diana Wynyard, Flora Robson, Virginia McKenna, Brewster Mason, Lewis Casson, John Moffatt, John Whiting, Paul Hardwick, George Howe, George Rose, Richard Gale; dir:Peter Brook [4pp; slightly rumpled] £2

1952: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Phoenix)
John Gielgud, Diana Wynyard, Paul Scofield, Dorothy Tutin, Lewis Casson, Robert Hardy, Brewster Mason, Paul Hardwick, George Rose, John Moffatt, John Whiting; dir:John Gielgud [4pp; cast, credits; VG] £2

1953: THE WAY OF THE WORLD - William Congreve (Lyric Hammersmith)
John Gielgud, Eric Porter, Paul Scofield, Richard Wordsworth, Brewster Mason, Peter Sallis, Pauline Jameson, Eileen Herlie, Pamela Brown, Margaret Rutherford, 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: 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 (TheatreRoyal, Brighton)
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 [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, credits, notes, cast 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, Mark Hughes/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, 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

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: UNDER THE SYCAMORE TREE - Sam Spewack (Aldwych)
Alec Guinness, Diana Churchill, 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.; 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

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

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

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

1982: SUMMIT CONFERENCE - Robert David Macdonald (Lyric)
Glenda Jackson, Gary Oldman, Georgina Hale; dir:Philip Prowse [28pp; 15 photos; VG] (£4) SOLD

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)

1977: HAMLET (Old Vic)
Prospect Theatre Company: Derek Jacobi, Timothy West, Barbara Jefford, John Nettleton, Terence Wilton, Suzanne Bertish, David Shaughnessy, Jeffrey Daunton, John Rowe, Neil McCaul, Michael Howarth, Philip York, Kenneth Gilbert, John Turner, Graeme Edler, Alice Stopczynski, Rupert Frazer, Paul Vaughan Teague, Andrew Seear, Philip Bloomfield, Paul Cartwright, Stephen Jenner, Laurence Joyce, Alan Lawrence; 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

1978: IVANOV - Anton Chekhov, translated by Ariadne Nicolaeff (Old Vic)
Prospect Theatre Company: 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 Theatre Company: Derek Jacobi, Eileen Atkins, Michael Thomas, Kate Nicholls, Clive Arrindell, Brenda Bruce, Michael Dennison, Robert Eddison, John Savident, Ronnie Stevens; dir:George Baker [36pp; rehearsal photos, biographies, articles, photographic history of the Old Vic etc.; VG] £5

1978: THE LUNATIC, THE LOVER AND THE POET - 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] £4

1988: RICHARD II (Phoenix) Souvenir Brochure
Derek Jacobi, 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.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

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

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 (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Derek Jacobi, Robert Lindsay, 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, Jane Kehoe, Dilys Hamlett, Trevor Ray, Ronnie Stevens; dir:Elijah Moshinsky [36pp, 6.75x9.7; cast list, biographies w.photos, 20+ production photos, many in colour, illustrated articles etc.; slightly rumpled w. grubby cover, else 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.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

2005: DON CARLOS - Friedrich Schiller, adapted by Mike Poulton (Gielgud)
Derek Jacobi, Richard Coyle, Claire Price, Elliot Cowan, Charlotte Randle, Una Stubbs, Ian Hogg, Peter Eyre; dir:Michael Grandage [52pp, 6.7x9.5; many 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, Richard Coyle, Claire Price, Elliot Cowan, Charlotte Randle, Una Stubbs, Ian Hogg, Peter Eyre; dir:Michael Grandage [20pp, 8.25x11.75; production photos, cast biographies, illustrated articles; smart programme; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

2006: A VOYAGE ROUND MY FATHER - John Mortimer (Wyndham's)
Donmar production: Derek Jacobi, Dominic Rowan, Joanna David, Katie Warren, Lewis Aaltonen, 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:Thea Sharrock [44pp, 6.7x9.4; cast list, 18 production photos, article by John Mortimer, cast biographies w.photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] (£4) SOLD

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

Ashcroft - Finney Gielgud - Jacobi Lawrence - Richardson Scofield - Wolfit

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