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Plays: 1960

1960: CAVALCADE - Noel Coward (Sadler's Wells) Rose Bruford 10th Anniversary production: Ann Cronin (as Ellen), Denis Dudley (as Bridges), Mary Denison (as Jane Marryot), Michael McCallion (as Robert Marryot), Virginia Balfour, Patricia Bate, Michael Bowmont, Stuart Campbell, Brian Cory-Humble, Robert Gretton, Gareth Gwenlan, Mellan Mitchell, Robert Prior-Pitt, Laurence Harding, S Vanston, Pamela Haynes, Patricia England (as Margaret Harris), Erica Adler, Janet Harris, Robert Bennett, Michael Sadka, Bernice Farrell, Christine Holmes, Patricia Huntsman, Ann Jones, Maureen King-Readwin, Gillian McCutcheon, Iris Potter, Cynthia Woodman, John Carbery, Tom Dickinson, Christopher Norris, Ken Parkin, Sam Slynn, Rex Swindall, Malcolm Tierney, Margaret Johns, Gareth Morgan (as Edgar Tyrell / Chubby Martlett), Nerys Hughes (as Nerys Kerfoot-Hughes; as Ada), Peter West, Tom Baker (as Stage Manager / Major Domo), Janet Smith, Catherine Daws, Louanne Harvey, Peter Peck, Barbara Lacey, Gaynor Walton, Jeremy Franklin, Penny Whittam, Charles Thomas (as Edward Marryot), Gillian Prowse, John Clegg, Daniel Ryan, Paul Greenhalgh, Genista Streeten, Anna Wheatcroft, Carl Davies and large company; dir:Rose E Bruford [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1960: THE LAUGHING ACADEMY - Charles Hamblett (Princes) Donal Donnelly, Warren Mitchell, Kate Binchy, Tutte Lemkow, Brian O'Higgins, Gabrielle Hamilton, Ian MacNaughton, Patrick O'Connor, John Bay, Tom Busby; dir:Anthony Page, Donald Howarth, designed by Sean Kenny, music by Dudley Moore [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, 2 production photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1960 (w/c 7 Mch): ROAR LIKE A DOVE - Lesley Storm (Golders Green Hippodrome) Judy Horn, Philippa Gill, Ewan Roberts, Faith Brook, David Hutcheson, Patrick Barr, June Shaw, Michael Wisher, Renee Houston, Donald Stewart, Peter Barkworth; dir:Murray Macdonald [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 28 Mch): BACHELOR FLAT - Bud Grossman (Golders Green Hippodrome) Derek Bond, Denis Quilley, Nancy Lee, Simon Merrick, Harriette Johns; dir:Jack Williams [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 4 Apr): A LODGING FOR A BRIDE - Patrick Kirwan (Golders Green Hippodrome) Thomas Heathcote, Roger Livesey, Jane Hylton, Olga Lindo, Helena Hughes, Jack Lambert, Robert Shaw, Colin Rix, Griffith James, Jon Laurimore, Hamlyn Benson, Michael Gover, David Battley, Ronald Adam; dir:John Fernald [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 11 Apr): A PASSAGE TO INDIA - E.M.Forster, adapted by Santha Rama Rau (Golders Green Hippodrome) Oxford Playhouse production: Zia Mohyeddin (as Dr.Aziz), Norman Wooland, Enid Lorimer (as Mrs.Moore), Dilys Hamlett (as Adela Quested), Wolfe Morris, Jeremy Burnham, David Sutton, Monica Stewart, Hilary Hardiman, Margo Cunningham, Marjorie Wilde, Miriam Raymond, Neil Seiler, William Douglas, Michael Simpson, Richard Dunn, Alastair Hunter, John Nettleton, Pamela McGrath, Rashid Karapiet, Michael Poole, Christopher Hancock, Surat Ali, Amal Bose, Basanta Dass, Aziz Khan, Rifat Shenel, Kahma Gobin, Sama Swaminathan; dir:Frank Hauser [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, author's note, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 25 Apr): THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY - Samuel Taylor and Cornelia Otis Skinner (Golders Green Hippodrome) Michael Hamer, John Bailey, Linda Gardner, Eve Lister, John Law, George Cormack, Gene Sandys; dir:Anthony Knowles [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 9 May): AND SUDDENLY IT'S SPRING - Jack Popplewell (Golders Green Hippodrome) Pat Pleasance, Margaret Lockwood, Yolande Donlan, Frank Lawton, John Stone, Graham Payn, John McCarthy; dir:Charles Hickman [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, photo of Margaret Lockwood, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 30 May): A CLEAN KILL - Michael Gilbert (Golders Green Hippodrome) Michael Atkinson, Liane Aukin, Doris Yorke, Helen Christie, Anthony Viccars, Frank Lawless, Garry Marsh; dir:Derek Benfield [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 27 Jun): THE HOSTAGE - Brendan Behan (Golders Green Hippodrome) Harry Webster, Peggy Marshall, Derek Martinus, Eileen MacLennan, Sally Travers, Patrick Duggan, Rudi Patterson, Geoffrey Wright, Peggy Butt, Brian Hewlett, Rhona Woodcock, Alex Farrell, Chris Gannon, Derek Fuke, Nita Dobson; dir:Avis Bunnage with Alan Brett [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, programmme note, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 21 Nov): THE WARM PENINSULA - Joe Masteroff (Golders Green Hippodrome) Andree Melly, Sheila Burrell, Brook Williams, John Gardiner, Olga Lindo, Aidan Turner, Simon Brent; dir:Jack Minster [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1960: CANDIDA - George Bernard Shaw (Piccadilly) Michael Denison, Gillian Raine, Greville Hallam, Ken Wynne, Dulcie Gary, Jeremy Spenser; dir:Frank Hauser [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1960: ONE WAY PENDULUM - N F Simpson (Criterion) English Stage Company production: Roddy Maude-Roxby, John Horsley, Alison Leggatt, Patsy Rowlands, Patsy Byrne, Gwen Nelson, George Benson, Douglas Livingston, Douglas Wilmer, Alan Gibson, John Line, Robert Levis, Graham Crowden, Graham Armitage; dir:William Gaskill, music arranged by Dudley Moore [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies, 3 cast photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1960: THE SHIFTING HEART - Richard Beynon (Palace Court Theatre, Bournemouth) Brian Tully, Janet Whiteside, Conrad Monk, Peggy Aitchison, Michael Cotterill, Sally Layng, Dennis Scott, Vyvian Hall; dir:Nancy Poultney [8pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits; horizontal bend, else VG] £3

1960: THE MORE THE MERRIER - Ronald Millar (Strand) Jane Meredith, Neil Hallett, Anna Neagle, Beatrice Varley, Kenneth Edwards, Tracey Lloyd, Jane Baxter, Gordon Tanner, John Robinson; dir:Harold French [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; biographies w.photos; VG] £2

1960: SETTLED OUT OF COURT - William Saroyan and Henry Cecil (Strand) Charles Heslop, Llewellyn Rees, Dorothy Turner, Peter Hager, Eric Pohlmann, Linda Gardner, Richard Klee, Philip Guard, Mary Hignett, Peter Stephens, Peter Hutton, Russell Waters, Alan Mason, John Stratton, Maxine Audley, Nigel Patrick; dir:Nigel Patrick [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; biographies with photos; date written on cover (28th Oct 1960), else VG] £3

1960 (May): THE MOUSETRAP - Agatha Christie (Ambassadors) Anna Barry, David Aylmer, Peter French, Mysie Monte, David Raven, Lisa Rayne, Edward Waddy, Anthony Oliver [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 4 production photos; VG] £2

1960: THE CARETAKER - Harold Pinter (Arts Theatre Club) Alan Bates, Peter Woodthorpe, Donald Pleasence; dir:Donald McWhinnie [8pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; date on cover, else VG] (£4) SOLD

1960: THE CARETAKER - Harold Pinter (Duchess) Alan Bates, Peter Woodthorpe, Donald Pleasence; dir:Donald McWhinnie [8pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1960: THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD - J M Synge (St.Martin's) Siobhan McKenna, Ronald Walsh, John Cowley, Desmond Perry, Brendan Cauldwell, Donal Donnelly, Eithne Dunne, Finola O'Shannon, Anne Mulvey, Kate Binchy, Lelia Doolan, Brian O'Higgins, Eamonn Keane, Ruth Baker, Peter Cartwright, John Corvin, Frances Hooker, Stanley Lebor, John Malcolm, Susan Paice, Frederick Pine, Rhea Richardson, Jill Smith, Peter Williams; dir:Shelah Richards [24pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 cast photos and biographies; VG] £4

1960: THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD - J M Synge (Piccadilly) Siobhan McKenna, Ronald Walsh, John Cowley, Desmond Perry, Brendan Cauldwell, Donal Donnelly, Eithne Dunne, Finola O'Shannon, Anne Mulvey, Kate Binchy, Lelia Doolan, Brian O'Higgins, Ruth Baker, Peter Cartwright, John Corvin, Frances Hooker, Stanley Lebor, John Malcolm, Susan Paice, Frederick Pine, Rhea Richardson, Jill Smith, Peter Williams; dir:Shelah Richards [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 large cast photos; VG] £4

1960: NAKED ISLAND - Russell Braddon (Arts Theatre Club) John Neville, Charles Kay, Robert Vahey, Ray Barrett, Fulton Mackay, Burt Kwouk; dir:Edward Burnham [8pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1960: THE HOSTAGE - Brendan Behan (Wyndham's) Theatre Workshop production: Howard Goorney, Eileen Kennally, Nigel Davenport, Leila Greenwood, Sally Travers, Stephen Cato, Roy Barnett, Brian Murphy, Ann Beach, Alfred Lynch, Celia Salkeld, Gerard Dynevor, Clive Barker, Ken Jones; dir:Joan Littlewood, des:Sean Kenny [16pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 6 photos; VG] £4

1960: ONE MORE RIVER - Beverley Cross (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry) David Blake, Alan Howard, Alan Stevens, George Pensotti, Kenton Moore, Charles Kay, Patrick O'Connell, Peter Palmer, Robert Marsden, Clifton Jones, Paul Kermack, Bryan Bailey; dir:Richard Martin [12pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; dedication by George Pensotti; minor marks, else VG] £3

1960: TOMORROW - WITH PICTURES! - Anthony Creighton and Bernard Miller (Duke of York's) Ronald Davis, Irene Dailey, Nicholas Hawtrey, Norman Jones, Anthony Creighton, Ralph Tovey, Dera Cooper, David Airey, James Patterson, Conrad Phillips, Marjory Hawtrey, James Villiers, Brian Hayes, Rozain Ahmed, Phyllis Montefiore, Edwina Mitchell, Edith Saville, Jill Barron, Elfrida Eden, Max Kohlhaas; dir:Bernard Miller [8pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £2

1960: THE WESKER TRILOGY: Chicken Soup With Barley, Roots, and I'm Talking About Jerusalem - Arnold Wesker (Royal Court) English Stage Company: Kathleen Michael, Frank Finlay, Alan Howard, Mark Eden, Charles Kay, John Colin, Cherry Morris, Ruth Meyers, Michael Phillips, David Saire, Patsy Byrne, Joan Plowright, Gwen Nelson, Anthony Hall, Terry Palmer, Jessie Robins; dir:John Dexter, des:Jocelyn Herbert [28pp, 5x7.25; cast lists, programme notes, 5 rehearsal and production photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £5

1960: GO BACK FOR MURDER - Agatha Christie (Duchess) Robert Urquhart, Peter Hutton, Ann Firbank, Mark Eden, Anthony Marlowe, Laurence Hardy, Lisa Daniely, Margot Boyd, Dorothy Bromiley, Nigel Green; dir:Hubert Gregg [8pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; small tear to cover, else VG] £1

1960: "CHIN-CHIN" - Francois Billetdoux, adapted by Willis Hall (Wyndham's) Anthony Quayle, Celia Johnson, Brian Smith, George Little; dir:Howard Sackler [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 3 company photos and biographies etc.; VG] £3

1960 (w/c 15 Aug): MEDITERRANEAN BLUE - Val Gielgud (Palace Theatre, Westcliff-on-Sea) Arthur Brough Players: Martin Bradley, Stephen Yardley, Lorraine Peters, Carol Raymont, Ivan Stafford, Mark Roberts, Roy Adams, Douglas Rye, Kevin O'Keeffe, Caroline Smith; dir:Roy Adams [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £2

1960: EMIL AND THE DETECTIVES - Erich Kastner, adapted for the stage by Julius Gellner and M L Sigley (Mermaid) Mike Hall, John Bosch (as Emil Titchburn), Jocelyne Page, Daniel Thorndike, Madge Brindley, Robert Webber, Norman Scace (as Mr Grundle), Murray Yeo, Gerard Menhuin, Howard Becker, Christopher Arghyrou, Cedric Titus, Martin Todd, John Ferris, Barry Huber, Raymond Dicks, Alison Frazer, Anthony Kuttner, Richard Butler, Leonard Fenton, Joanna Hopkins, Margaret Cox, Varley Thomas; dir:Julius Gellner [40pp, 5x8; cast list, copious charmingly-illustrated notes, synopsis of scenes, 9 biographies with photos, credits etc. etc.; VG] £4

1960: A PASSAGE TO INDIA - Santha Rama Rau, from the novel by E M Forster (Comedy) Oxford Playhouse production: Zia Mohyeddin (as Dr.Aziz), Norman Wooland, Marjorie Wilde (as Mrs.Moore), Dilys Hamlett (as Adela Quested), Wolfe Morris, Jeremy Burnham, David Sutton, Monica Stewart, Hilary Hardiman, Margo Cunningham, Miriam Raymond, Pamela McGrath, Neil Seiler, William Douglas, Michael Simpson, Alastair Hunter, John Nettleton, Rashid Karapiet, Michael Poole, Christopher Hancock, Surat Ali, Amal Bose, Basanta Dass, Aziz Khan, Rifat Shenel, Khama Gobin, Sama Swaminathan; dir:Frank Hauser [16pp, 5.5x8.5; green cover; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 company photos and biographies; VG] £4

1960: A PASSAGE TO INDIA - Santha Rama Rau, from the novel by E M Forster (Comedy) Oxford Playhouse production: Zia Mohyeddin (as Dr.Aziz), Norman Wooland, Enid Lorimer (as Mrs.Moore), Dilys Hamlett (as Adela Quested), Wolfe Morris, Jeremy Burnham, David Sutton, Monica Stewart, Hilary Hardiman, Margo Cunningham, Miriam Raymond, Marjorie Wilde, Neil Seiler, William Douglas, Michael Simpson, Richard Dunn, Alastair Hunter, John Nettleton, Pamela McGrath, Rashid Karapiet, Michael Poole, Christopher Hancock, Surat Ali, Amal Bose, Basanta Dass, Aziz Khan, Rifat Shenel, Khama Gobin, Sama Swaminathan; dir:Frank Hauser [16pp, 5.5x8.5; red cover; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 6 company photos and biographies; crease to front cover, else VG] £2

1960 (w/c 24 Oct): AND SUDDENLY IT'S SPRING - Jack Popplewell (Northampton Repertory Theatre) Caroline Maud, Sarah Wilson, Ann Kennedy, Nicholas Courtney, Leader Hawkins, Davyd Harries, Richard Lorimer; dir:Alan Brown [12pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; minor marks, punch-holes, folds, else VG] £1

1960 (w/c 21 Nov): A TASTE OF HONEY - Shelagh Delaney (Northampton Repertory Theatre) Sarah Wilson, Maureen Dormer, Alan Brown, Aleksander Browne, Nigel Goodwin; dir:Inigo Monk [12pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; minor marks, punch-holes, folds, else VG] £1

1960: THE AMOROUS PRAWN (Saville) Stanley Baxter, Lucy Young, Jean Aubrey, Evelyn Laye, Walter Fitzgerald, Harry Landis, Derek Nimmo, Michael Segal, Hugh McDermott, Ernest Clark, Reginald Gillam; dir: Murray Macdonald, assistant director: Peter Barkworth [12pp, 5.6x8.7; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1960 (Oct): FIVE FINGER EXERCISE - Peter Shaffer (Colonial Theatre, Boston) Jessica Tandy, Roland Culver, Brian Bedford, Pinkie Johnstone, Michael Bryant; dir:John Gielgud [24pp, 5.4x8.4 w.free cast list insert; cast list, biographies, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1960: THIS YEAR, NEXT YEAR - Jack Ronder (Vaudeville) Brenda Bruce, Terence Stamp, Pamela Brown, Michael Gough, David Langton, Anne Lawson; dir:John Dexter [12pp, 6.5x8.7; cast list, biographies, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; cast and company photos; VG] £4

1960: THE GAZEBO - Alec Coppel (Savoy) Ian Carmichael, Michael Goodliffe, Joanna Tomlinson, Moira Lister, Edith MacArthur, David Maloney, J Grant Anderson, Philip Latham, Robert Robinson, Julian d'Albie, John Harvey, George Lee; dir:Anthony Sharp [16pp, 6.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 4 large cast photos; VG] £3

1960: THE GAZEBO - Alec Coppel (Savoy) Ian Carmichael, Michael Goodliffe, Joanna Tomlinson, Moira Lister, Edith MacArthur, Bill Cartwright, J Grant Anderson, Philip Latham, Robert Robinson, Julian d'Albie, John Harvey, Michael Ellison; dir:Anthony Sharp [16pp, 6.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 4 large cast photos; VG] £3

1960: TOYS IN THE ATTIC - Lillian Hellman (Piccadilly) Wendy Hiller, Diana Wynyard, George Webb, Coral Browne, William Marshall, Ian Bannen, Judith Stott, Desmond Jordan, Richard Kessell, Tommy Eytle, Michael Sharpe; dir:John Dexter [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, biographies, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 large cast photos; very light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1960 (May): THE WRONG SIDE OF THE PARK - John Mortimer (St.Martin's) Margaret Leighton, Robert Stephens, Wendy Craig, Charles Heslop, Richard Johnson, Joyce Carey; dir:Peter Hall [24pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 8 company photos and biographies; VG] £3

1960 (Feb): THE WRONG SIDE OF THE PARK - John Mortimer (Cambridge) Margaret Leighton, Robert Stephens, Wendy Craig, Charles Heslop, Richard Johnson, Joyce Carey; dir:Peter Hall [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 8 company photos and biographies; minor marks, else VG] £4

1960: A MAJORITY OF ONE - Leonard Spigelgass (Phoenix) Mavis Villiers, Molly Picon, Irene Hamilton, Edward de Souza, Robert Morley, Geoffrey Matthews, Judy Yeap, Arnold Lee, Chin Yu, Joyce Wong Chong, Eve Short, Robert Gallico, Richard Caswell; dir:Wendy Toye [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 photos; minor marks, name on cover, else VG] £2

1960: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR (Apollo) Micheal Mac Liammoir, dir:Hilton Edwards [12pp, 7.4x9.75; one-man biographical show about Oscar Wilde; extensive biography of Micheal Mac Liammoir w.photo, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

Plays: 1961

1961: SETTLED OUT OF COURT - William Saroyan and Henry Cecil (Strand) Charles Heslop, Llewellyn Rees, Dorothy Turner, Peter Hager, Eric Pohlmann, Linda Gardner, Richard Klee, Philip Guard, Mary Hignett, Peter Stephens, Peter Hutton, Russell Waters, Alan Mason, John Stratton, Maxine Audley, Nigel Patrick; dir:Nigel Patrick [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 10 cast biographies with photos; VG] £3

1961 (w/c 20 Feb): THE MIRACLE WORKER - William Gibson (Golders Green Hippodrome) David Waller, Dilys Hamlett, John Robinson, Rosita Yarboi, Gordon Yearwood, Pearl Prescod, Janina Faye, Derek Fowlds, Ann Wilton, Peter Bathurst, Anna Massey (as Annie Sullivan), Rosemary King, Lorraine Hamilton, Nadine Hanwell, Patricia Wilson, Pauline Foreman, James Langley, Anthony Hart; dir:Peter Coe [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme note, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (w/c 10 Apr): THREE: Lunch Hour - John Mortimer, A Slight Ache - Harold Pinter, and The Form - N F Simpson (Golders Green Hippodrome) Richard Briers, Wendy Craig, Emlyn Williams, Alison Leggatt; dir:Donald McWhinnie [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (w/c 7 Aug): PORT IN A STORM - Rex Howard Arundel (Golders Green Hippodrome) June Wyndham-Davies, Michael Julian, Ralph Lynn, Dominic Roche, Jessie Matthews, Helen Lennox, Adele Strong, Jenny Sheridan, John Clegg, Derek Singh; dir:Brian Tyler [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, photos of Ralph Lynn and Jessie Matthews, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (w/c 14 Aug): THE TENTH MAN - Paddy Chayefsky (Golders Green Hippodrome) Cyril Shaps, John Barrard, David Kossoff, John Gabriel, Martin Miller, Heinz Bernard, Valerie Gearon, David Knight, John Tordoff, Paul Eddington, Jon Laurimore, Jeremy Hywel-Davies, Anthony Baird; dir:Donald McWhinnie [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, programme note, glossary, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (w/c 4 Sep): THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG - Paul Osborn, from the novel by Richard Mason (Golders Green Hippodrome) Kathleen Eu, Richard Clarke, Guinevere Roberts, Ronald Eng, Cleveland Lee Sui, Yu Ling, Daisy Szeto, Sheila Wong Chong, Christine Lee Sui, Yolande Fermin, Barbara Bermel, David Baxter, Glenn Beck, Kieth Goodman, Makki Marfeilles, Gerry Alexander, Davie Allen, Jean Trend, Ralph Wilson, Charles Rea, Santos Wong, Mona Chin, Jeffrey Stoneman, Stephen Patrick, C A Ahmad; dir:David Turnbull [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961 (w/c 13 Nov): THE BIG KILLING - Philip Mackie, Carol Coombe, Thelma Holt, David Morrell, Richard Coleman (Golders Green Hippodrome) Ursula Howells, Leslie Phillips, Thelma Holt, Richard Coleman, Carol Coombe, Frank Lawton, Naunton Wayne, David Morrell; dir:Allan Davis [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1961: WATCH IT, SAILOR! - Philip King and Falkland Carey (Ipswich Theatre) Pauline Devaney, Roger Heathcott, Helen Ryan, Antony Webb, Clifford Parrish, Fiona Walker, Jean Challis, Marjorie Wilde, James Ward; dir:Geoffrey Edwards [12pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £2

1961: CELEBRATION - Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall (Duchess) Nottingham Playhouse production: James Cossins, Gabrielle Hamilton, Colin George, Virginia Stride, Morgan Sheppard, Michael Williams, Hilary Hardiman, Gillian Martell, Carole Mowlam, Thelma Barlow, Jeremy Kemp, Antony Tuckey, Rowena Cooper, Donald Burton, Colette O'Neill, Robert Lang; dir:Val May [8pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1961: THE KITCHEN - Arnold Wesker (Royal Court) English Stage Company production: Tommy Eytle, Martin Boddey, Jessie Robins, Jane Merrow, Ida Goldapple, Marcos Markou, Harry Landis, Andre Bolton, Rita Tushingham, Alison Bayley, Gladys Dawson, Jeanne Watts, Shirley Cameron, Sandra Caron, Dimitri Andreas, Tarn Bassett, Charlotte Selwyn, Wolf Parr, Mary Peach, Reginald Green, James Bolam, Andreas Markos, Brian Phelan, Andreas Lysandrou, Robert Stephens, Ken Parry, Arnold Yarrow, Charles Workman, Andreas Malendrinos, Patrick O'Connell; dir:John Dexter [20pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 3 production photos etc.; VG] £4

1961: JACQUES - Eugene Ionesco (Royal Court) English Stage Company production: Denys Hawthorne, Zoe Caldwell, John Moffatt, Selma Vaz Dias, Peter Duguid, Madge Brindley, Valerie Hanson, George Merritt, Mollie Maureen; dir:R D Smith [20pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, brief biographies, credits, 2 production photos etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1961: THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD - J M Synge (St.Martin's) Dublin Festival Company: Siobhan McKenna, Ronald Walsh, John Cowley, Desmond Perry, Brendan Cauldwell, Donal Donnelly, Eithne Dunne, Finola O'Shannon, Ann Mulvey, Kate Binchy, Lelia Doolan, Brian O'Higgins, Eamonn Keane, Ruth Baker, Peter Cartwright, John Corvin, Frances Hooker, Stanley Lebor, John Malcolm, Susan Paice, Frederick Pine, Rhea Richardson, Jill Smith, Peter Williams; dir:Shelah Richards [24pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; date on cover, slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1961: THE BARGAIN - Michael Gilbert (St.Martins) Alastair Sim, Janet Brown, Peter Furnell, Allan Jeayes, Helen Christie, Peter Copley, George Selway, George Cole, Rosamond Burne, Anthony Davis; dir:Alastair Sim [24pp, 4.9 x7.1; title page, cast list, cast biographies, photo and biography of Michael Gilbert, credits, etc.; with two newsclipping reviews tipped in; minor cellotape adhesions, else VG] £4

1961: GUILTY PARTY - George Ross and Campbell Singer (St.Martin's/17 Aug 1961) Ann Firbank, Joanna Clarke, Hugh Sinclair, Donald Sinden, Ralph Michael, Melissa Stribling, Hugh Cross, Frances Rowe, Michael Bates, Peter Stephens, Anthony Woodruff, Duncan Lewis; dir:Anthony Sharp [24pp, 4.75x7.1; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, 6 cast photos, credits etc.; photos] £2

1961: CHIN-CHIN - Francois Billetdoux, adapted by Willis Hall (Wyndham's) Anthony Quayle, Celia Johnson, Brian Smith, George Little [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; 3 cast photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1961: THE AFFAIR - Ronald Millar, from the novel by C P Snow (Strand) Kynaston Reeves, Ian Shand, Robert Walker, Alec Clunes, Robert Hartley, Dorothy Alison, Peter Howell, Gerald Cross, Basil Moss, Harold Scott, Michael Atkinson, David Horne, Geoffrey Lumsden, Peter Copley, Christine Roberts, Alan Dobie, Hamish Roughead, Nigel Sharpe, Richard Hurndall; dir:Harold French [20pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; 14 cast photos; VG] (£2) SOLD

1961: THE AFFAIR - Ronald Millar, from the novel by C P Snow (Strand) Kynaston Reeves, Ian Shand, Robert Walker, John Clements, Robert Hartley, Dorothy Alison, Peter Howell, Gerald Cross, Basil Moss, Harold Scott, Michael Atkinson, David Horne, Geoffrey Lumsden, Peter Copley, Christine Roberts, Alan Dobie, Hamish Roughead, Nigel Sharpe, Richard Hurndall; dir:Harold French [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; 14 cast photos; VG] £2

1961: CIDER WITH ROSIE - Laurie Lee, adapted for the stage by James Roose-Evans and Sam Langdon (Garrick) William Squire, Daphne Anderson, Delia Corrie, Narissa Knights, Jessica Barnes, Hywel Jones, Ian Ricketts, Roger Bradley, Douglas Milvain; dir:James Roose-Evans [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1961: THE BIRD OF TIME - Peter Mayne (Savoy) Adrian West, Basdeo Panday, Basanta Dass, Sama Swaminathan, Clive Morton, John Bown, Gladys Cooper, Mollu Urquhart, Marne Maitland, Attia Hosain, Diana Wynyard, Jean Marsh; dir:Allan Davis [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 4 production photos, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1961: THE CONNECTION: A Play With Jazz - Jack Gelber (Duke of York's) Stanley Daniels, David Saire, Warren Finnerty, Jerome Raphel, James Anderson, Garry Goodrow, Freddie Redd, Malcolm Cecil, Stephen Hancock, Mark Heath, Jackie McLean, Tony Mann, Peter Bridgemont, Janet Joye, Carol Lee; dir:Nick Garland; original music by Freddie Redd [8pp, 5x7.25; cast list, glossary, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £1

1961: ALTONA - Jean Paul Sartre, adapted by Justin O'Brien (Royal Court) English Stage Company: Diane Cilento, Claire Bloom, Nigel Stock, Basil Sydney, Kenneth Haigh, Julian Glover, Richard Butler, Derek Newark; dir:John Berry, des:Sean Kenny [20pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; 8 cast photos; w.ticket (10 May); tiny tear on back cover, else VG] £4

1961: HEARTBREAK HOUSE (Wyndham's) Perlita Neilson, Joan Young, Roger Livesey (as Captain Shotover), Dulcie Gray, Judy Campbell (as Hesione Hushabye), Donald Eccles, Michael Denison, George Benson, Barry Sinclair, Ken Wynne; dir:Frank Hauser [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1961: THE IRREGULAR VERB TO LOVE - Hugh and Margaret Williams (Criterion) Diana Lambert, Derek Nimmo, Gladys Taylor, John Standing, Amanda Reiss, Joan Greenwood, Hugh Williams, Hazel Terry, George Zenios; dir:Jack Minster [16pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 3 company photos, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £2

1961: THE KEEP - Gwyn Thomas (Royal Court) English Stage Company: Mervyn Johns, Glyn Owen, Jessie Evans, Tenniel Evans, Windsor Davies, Denys Graham, David Garfield, Ken Wynne, Richard Davies; dir:John Dexter, music arranged by Dudley Moore [20pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 7 cast sketches, substantial biography of Gwyn Thomas; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1961: THE CARETAKER - Harold Pinter (Streatham Hill Theatre) Daniel Moynihan, Grahame McPherson, Dudley Jones; dir:Donald McWhinnie [12pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; uncommon tour programme; scribbles on front and back, else VG] £1

1961: THREE: Lunch Hour - John Mortimer, The Form - N F Simpson, and A Slight Ache - Harold Pinter (Arts Theatre Club) Emlyn Williams, Wendy Craig, Alison Leggatt, Richard Briers; dir:Donald McWhinnie [8pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; date on cover (26-1-61), else VG] £2

1961: THREE: Lunch Hour - John Mortimer, The Form - N F Simpson, and A Slight Ache - Harold Pinter (Criterion) Emlyn Williams, Wendy Craig, Alison Leggatt, Richard Briers; dir:Donald McWhinnie [16pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 7 company photos with biographies etc.; VG] £4

1961: LADY CHATTERLEY - John Hart, based on the novel by D H Lawrence (Arts Theatre Club) Jack Lambert, Tom Criddle, Jeanne Moody, Caroline Blakiston, Walter Brown, Joan Young; dir:Alan Cooke [8pp, 5x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; date on cover (11-9-61), else VG] £2

1961: THE ANDERSONVILLE TRIAL - Saul Levitt (Mermaid) John Woodvine, Nicholas Critchley, Matthew Vaughan, William Sylvester, William Squire, Ronald Robinson, Maurice Denham, Edward de Souza, Stephen Thorne, Paul Endersby, Clive Elliott, Peter M Elrington, Christopher Guinee, Robert Henderson, Cal McCord, Robert Reardon, Wilfred Grove, Ryan Jelfs, Ron Welling, Maurice Cowan, Spence Coulter, J Grant Anderson, Prior Pitt, Alan Darling, Richard Kessell; dir:Bernard Miles [40pp, 4.9x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, cast photos, articles, illustrations, credits etc.; VG] £4

1961: THE BISHOP'S BONFIRE - Sean O'Casey (Mermaid) Godfrey Quigley, Howard Goorney, David Blake Kelly, Paul Farrell, Derek Young, Terry Scully, Annette Crosbie, Davy Kaye, Hugh Sullivan, Celia Salkeld, Joe Lynch, Harry Hutchinson; dir:Frank Dunlop [32pp, 4.9x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, cast photos, extensive articles, illustrations, credits etc.; VG] £4

1961: THE EDWARDIANS - Ronald Gow, from the novel by Vita Sackville West (Colchester Repertory Theatre) Frederick Danner, Kenneth McReddie, Alaric Plinge, Bruce Montague, Sandra Miller, Darryl Kavann, Jennifer Thorne, Joan Ogden, Celia Helda, Gillian Phillips, Mary Hanefey, Brian Coburn, Mark Follett, Stuart Pearce; dir:Bernard Kelly [8pp, 5.7x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; vertical bend, else VG] £3

1961: THE TENTH MAN - Paddy Chayefsky (Comedy) Cyril Shaps, John Barrard, David Kossoff, John Gabriel, Martin Miller, Harold Goldblatt, Valerie Gearon, David Knight, Reginald Barratt, Paul Eddington, Jon Laurimore, John Tordoff, Anthony Baird; dir:Donald McWhinnie [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 6 cast photos with biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1961: COUNTERPOINT: Soldier From The Wars Returning - David Campton, Barnstable - James Saunders, and A Night Out - Harold Pinter (Comedy) Patricia Marks, Peter Hutton, Glyn Houston, Patricia Denys, Trevor Reid, Anna Wing, Brian Peck, Rodney Bewes, Walter Hall, Douglas Harris, William Stephens, Gabrielle Beaumont, Nicholas Pennell, Michael Slater, Jeanne Mockford; dir:Leila Blake [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; minor marks on cover, else VG] £3

1961: BONNE SOUPE - Felicien Marceau (Comedy) Coral Browne, Peter Illing, Nigel Davenport, Peter Bowles, Erica Rogers; dir:Eleanor Fazan [16pp, 5.7x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 cast photos amd biographies; VG] £4

1961: PROGRESS TO THE PARK - Alun Owen (Saville) Ken Jones, Malcolm Taylor, Keith Smith, Robin Chapman, James McLoughlin, Anthony Moore, Royston Hodges, Jon Croft, John Quayle, Edmond Bennett, Patrick Magee, Patrick Duggan, Tom Bell, Valerie Varnam, Pat Armstrong, Norman Rossington, Michael Coles, Billie Whitelaw, Brian McDermott, Julia Jones, Bee Duffell; dir:William T Kotcheff [20pp, 5.75x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, 5 production photos, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1961: THE BRIDE COMES BACK - Ronald Millar (Vaudeville) Margaret McCourt, Viola Lyel, Robertson Hare, Cicely Courtneidge, Polly Adams, Jack Hulbert, Angela Browne, Warren Stanhope; dir:Harold French [12pp, 6.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits, 4 cast photos etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1961: THE MIRACLE WORKER - William Gibson (Royalty Theatre) David Waller, Dilys Hamlett, John Robinson, Janina Faye (as Helen Keller), Rosita Yarboi, Gordon Yearwood, Pearl Prescod, Derek Fowlds, Ann Wilton, Peter Bathhurst, Anna Massey (as Annie Sullivan), Rosemary King, Lorraine Hamilton, Nadine Hanwell, Patricia Wilson, Pauline Foreman, James Langley, Anthony Hart; dir:Peter Coe [24pp, 6.6x9.1; seating plan, sketches of the theatre, cast list, credits, biographies with large photos, notes etc.; VG] £4

1961: THE AMOROUS PRAWN - Anthony Kimmins (Piccadilly) Jimmy Thompson, Ann Luce, Jean Aubrey, Evelyn Laye, Walter Fitzgerald, Anthony Parker, Graham Armitage, Michael Segal, Hugh McDermott, Ernest Clark, Reginald Gillam; dir:Murray Macdonald [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 5 large cast photos and biographies,credits etc.; date on cover, else VG] £3

1961: ONE FOR THE POT - Ray Cooney and Tony Hilton (Whitehall/2 Aug 1961) Sheila Mercier, Helen Jessop, Leo Franklyn, Terry Scott (as Jonathan Hardcastle), Peter Mercier, Larry Noble, Basil Lord, Brian Rix (as Hickory Wood), Hazel Douglas; dir:Henry Kendall [16pp, 9.5x7.25 teapot-shaped programme!; cast list, notes, biographies w.photos, 12 production photos, credits etc.; very slight edge damage, else VG; uncommon!] £5

Plays: 1962

1962 (w/c 30 Apr): CASTLE IN SWEDEN - Francoise Sagan, adapted by Lucienne Hill (Golders Green Hippodrome) Alec McCowen, Diane Cilento, Lally Bowers, Jack Gwillim, Jill Bennett, Robin Wentworth, Gary Raymond, Madeleine Newbury; dir:Peter Coe [12pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, photo of Diane Cilento, theatre information etc.; VG] £3

1962: A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS - Robert Bolt (Ipswich Theatre) Ipswich Theatre Company: John Carlisle, Brendan Barry, Timothy Carlton, Antony Webb, Jean Challis, Brigid Panet, Alan Gray, Frank Smith, Carl Oatley, Ian Thompson, James Ward; dir:Robert Chetwyn [12pp; cast list, notes, credits; tiny corner bite, writing on cover, else VG] £3

1962 (Jul): TWO PLAYS FOR ENGLAND: The Blood of the Bambergs and Under Plain Cover - John Osborne (Royal Court) English Stage Company: James Cossins, Glyn Owen, Graham Crowden, Anton Rodgers, Avril Elgar, Vivian Pickles, Alan Bennett, Billy Russell, Ann Beach; dir:John Dexter / Jonathan Miller [20pp, 4.75x7.25; biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1962: BRECHT ON BRECHT - George Tabori (Royal Court) English Stage Company: Lotte Lenya, Barry Foster, Norman Rossington, Valerie Gearon, George Devine, dir:John Bird [20pp, 4.75x7.3; VG] £3

1962: THE AFFAIR - Ronald Millar, from the novel by C P Snow (Strand) Alec Clunes, Dorothy Alison, Alan Dobie, David Horne, Harold Scott, Kynaston Reeves, Peter Copley, Gerald Cross, Richard Hurndall, Michael Atkinson, Geoffrey Lumsden; dir:Harold French [20pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 14 cast photos w.biographies; minor marks, else VG] £3

1962: THE AFFAIR - Ronald Millar, from the novel by C P Snow (Strand) Alec Clunes, Dorothy Alison, Alan Dobie, David Horne, Harold Scott, A J Brown, Peter Copley, Gerald Cross, Richard Hurndall, Michael Atkinson, Geoffrey Lumsden; dir:Harold French [20pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 13 cast photos w.biographies; VG] £3

1962: TWO STARS FOR COMFORT - John Mortimer (Garrick) Esmond Knight, Gabriella Licudi, Diane Clare, Anthony Valentine, David Walsh, Trevor Howard, Patricia Healey, Isabel Dean, Hazel Hughes, Peter Sallis, Dudley Jones, Noel Howlett, William Fox; dir:Michael Elliott [20pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, 6 cast photos, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1962: BILLY LIAR - Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall (Golders Green Hippodrome) Nan Marriott-Watson, Frank Pettitt, Eileen Dale, Kenneth Farrington (as Billy Fisher), Ralph Broome, Sheila Eaves, Gillian Eddison, Annabel Barton; dir:Paul Stone [12pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £2

1962: PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT - Tennessee Williams (Royal Court) English Stage Company: Bernard Braden, Collin Wilcox, Neil McCallum, Carmen Munroe, David Bauer, Tucker McGuire, Bill Mitchell, Betty McDowall; dir:Roger Graef [20pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; minor water damage, else VG] £4

1962: PURPLE DUST - Sean O'Casey (Mermaid) James Grout, Robert Mooney, Russell Hunter, Ronald Fraser, Peter Bowles, June Tobin, Annette Crosbie, Gordon Rollings, Phyllida Law, Ronald Hines, Harry Hutchinson, Paul Farrell, Dermot MacDowell; dir:Peter Duguid [32pp, 4.75x8; cast list, extensive illustrated articles about O'Casey, credits etc.; articles, VG] £4

1962: THE PREMISE (Comedy) Theodore J Flicker, Thomas Aldredge, Joan Darling, James Frawley; dir:Theodore J Flicker [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, 3 cast photos w.biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1962: TOAD OF TOAD HALL - A A Milne, from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame (Comedy) Georgina Moon, Sheila Ballantine (as Nurse / Phoebe), Timothy Harley (as Mole), John Warner (as Water Rat), Michael Blakemore (as Badger), Peter Woodthorpe (as Toad), Raymond Farrell, Roy Mann, Peter Whitbread (as Chief Weasel), Trevor Baxter, Ralph Gruskin, John Sterland, Bernard Lloyd, David Conville (as Judge), Roy Heymann, Loelia Kidd, Lola Travers, Nicholette Hicks, Nicholas Charles, Elisabeth Wade, Isobel Brown, Sandra McCormick, Zienia Merton, Leonie Scott, Irene Tofahrn, Susan Manger; dir:David William, music by H Fraser-Simpson [8pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1962: ROSS - Terence Rattigan (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Geoffrey Colville, Dervis Ward, Peter Bayliss, John Southworth, Ian Clark, Michael Bryant (as Aircraftman Ross), James Grout, Brewster Mason (as General Allenby), Anthony Nicholls (as Ronald Storrs), Gerald Harper, Mark Dignam, Richard Warner, Robert Arnold, Charles Laurence, Basil Hoskins, Raymond Adamson, John Trenaman, Anthony Peck, Antony Kenway, William Feltham, Peter Cellier, John Stuart; dir:Glen Byam Shaw [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; large photo of Michael Bryant as T.E.Lawrence; VG] £3

1962: THE TULIP TREE - N C Hunter (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) George Benson, Celia Johnson, Eynon Evans, Lynn Redgrave, Nan Munro, Harold Scott, John Clements, Peter Ellis, Lloyd Pearson; dir:Glen Byam Shaw [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 6 production photos w.biographies; VG] £3

1962 (w/c 3 Sep): BILLY LIAR - Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall (Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton) Nan Marriott-Watson, Frank Pettitt, Eileen Dale, Trevor Bannister (as Billy Fisher), Francois Landry, Sheila Eaves, Gillian Barclay, Sandra Caron; dir:Paul Stone [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1962: MY PLACE - Elaine Dundy (Comedy) Diane Cilento, Dandy Nichols, Barry Foster, Annette Crosbie, Barbara Hicks, Kate Lansbury, Betty Hare, John Rees, Robert Hollyman, Guy Deghy, Tristram Jellinek, Harry Towb, Mary Jones, Janet Milner; dir:John Dexter [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, 4 production photos, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1962: WOULD ANYONE WHO SAW THE ACCIDENT... - Terence Brady and Michael Bogdin, and THE DUMB WAITER - Harold Pinter (Theatre Royal, Stratford East) Terence Brady, Bruce Myers, David O'Clee, Michael Bogdin, Roger Ordish, Ralph Bates, Carl Bontoft; dir:Michael Ruggins [12pp, 5.5x8.4; cast list, programme note, credits etc.; minor pencil marks, else VG] £3

1962: SAY NOTHING - James Hanley (Theatre Royal, Stratford East) John Sharp, Margot Boyd, Denys Graham, Joan Haythorne; dir:John Gibson [8pp, 5.4x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; minor pencil marks, else VG] £2

1962: PLAY WITH A TIGER - Doris Lessing (Comedy) Siobhan McKenna, William Russell, Maureen Pryor, Godfrey Quigley, Anne Lawson, Alex Viespi; dir:Ted Kotcheff [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, 3 production photos, credits etc.; date on cover (7 April 1962), minor marks, else VG] £3

1962 (Spring): CHIPS WITH EVERYTHING - Arnold Wesker (Royal Court) English Stage Company: Frank Finlay, George Innes, Colin Campbell, John Kelland, Laurie Asprey, Alexander Balfour, Colin Farrell, Hugh Futcher, John Bull, Ronald Lacey, Martin Boddey, Robert Bruce, Corin Redgrave, Michael Goldie, Peter Kelly, Bruce Heighley, Roger Heathcott, Michael Blackham, Michael Craze, Alan Stevens; dir:John Dexter [20pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 12 excellent rehearsal photos; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1962 (Summer): CHIPS WITH EVERYTHING - Arnold Wesker (Vaudeville) English Stage Company: Frank Finlay, George Innes, Colin Campbell, John Kelland, Laurie Asprey, Alexander Balfour, Colin Farrell, Hugh Futcher, John Bull, Ronald Lacey, Martin Boddey, Robert Bruce, Corin Redgrave, Michael Goldie, Peter Kelly, Bruce Heighley, Roger Heathcott, Michael Blackham, Michael Craze, Alan Stevens; dir:John Dexter [16pp, 6.5x8.75; 13 excellent photos] £3

1962 (Nov): CHIPS WITH EVERYTHING - Arnold Wesker (Vaudeville) English Stage Company: Frank Finlay, George Innes, John Hurt, John Kelland, Laurie Asprey, Alexander Balfour, Colin Farrell, Hugh Futcher, John Bull, Ronald Lacey, Martin Boddey, Robert Bruce, Corin Redgrave, Michael Goldie, Peter Kelly, Bruce Heighley, Roger Heathcott, Michael Blackham, Michael Craze, Alan Stevens; dir:John Dexter [16pp, 6.5x8.75; 13 excellent photos] £3

1962: BLITHE SPIRIT - Noel Coward (Bristol Little Theatre) Bristol Old Vic company: Jenny Galloway, Patricia Maynard, Richenda Carey, Paul Daneman (as Charles), Kate O'Mara (as Elvira), Peggy Ann Wood (as Madame Arcati), Ronald Russell; dir:William Alexander [16pp, 5x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1962: HAROLD - Herman Raucher (Cort Theatre, NY) Nathaniel Frey, John Fiedler, Don Adams, Anthony Perkins, Sidney Armus, Joe E Marks, Sudie Bond, Stephen Cheng, Rochelle Oliver; dir:Larry Blyden [44pp, 6x9; Playbill Vol.6 No.48; articles, biographies etc.] £3

1962: THE BEAUTY PART - S J Perelman (Music Box, NY) Alice Ghostley, David Doyle, Bert Lahr, Larry Hagman, Bernie West, Patricia Englund, Gil Gardner, William Le Massena, Arnold Soboloff, Joseph Leon, Charlotte Rae, Sean Garrison, Fiddle Viracola, Marie Wallace; dir:Noel Willman [48pp, 6x9; Playbill Vol.6 No.52; articles, biographies etc.] £3

1962: BOEING BOEING - Marc Camoletti, adapted by Beverley Cross (Apollo) Patrick Cargill, Carole Shelley, Carmel McSharry, David Tomlinson, Andree Melly, Jane Downs; dir:Jack Minster [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 6 cast photos w.biographies etc.; date on cover (March 15th 1962), slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1962: CASTLE IN SWEDEN - Francoise Sagan, translated by Lucienne Hill (Piccadilly) Alec McCowen, Diane Cilento, Lally Bowers, Jack Gwillim, Jill Bennett, Robin Wentworth, Gary Raymond, Madeleine Newbury; dir:Peter Coe [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 8 cast photos w.biographies etc.; somewhat rumpled, else VG] £2

1962: SIGNPOST TO MURDER - Monte Doyle (Cambridge Theatre) Cyril Raymond, John Stone, Derek Farr, Lionel Wheeler, Margaret Lockwood, Stanley Beard, Anthony Stuart; dir:Hugh Goldie [12pp, 6.7x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, 6 photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1962: WRITE ME A MURDER - Frederick Knott (Lyric) James Villiers, Fabia Drake, Brian Bedford, Daphne Newton, Kenneth J.Warren, Judith Stott, Howard Lang, Michael Hughes, Peter Standen; dir:George Schaefer [12pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; date on cover, slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1962: WAR AND PEACE - Leo Tolstoy, adapted by Alfred Neumann, Erwin Piscator and Guntram Prufer; English version by Robert David MacDonald (Phoenix) Bristol Old Vic Company: Derek Smith, Paul Eddington, John Franklyn Robbins, Rhoda Lewis, Elizabeth Shepherd, Peter O'Shaughnessy, Ewan Hooper, David Burke, Antony Tuckey, Milton Johns; dir:Val May [12pp, 6.5x9; 8 cast photos, notes; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1962: BLACK NATIVITY - Langston Hughes (Phoenix) Original New York cast: Marion Williams and The Stars of Faith, Alex Bradford and The Bradford Singers, Vinnette Carroll, Ronald Frazier, Cristyne Lawson, Henrietta Waddy, Princess Stewart; dir:Vinnette Carroll [12pp, 6.5x9; cast list, substantial programme note, biographies, production photograph, credits etc.; VG] £3

1962: BLACK NATIVITY - Langston Hughes (Phoenix) Original New York cast: Marion Williams and The Stars of Faith, Alex Bradford and The Bradford Singers, Vinnette Carroll, Kenneth Scott, Cristyne Lawson, Henrietta Waddy, Princess Stewart; dir:Vinnette Carroll [12pp, 6.5x9; cast list, substantial programme note, biographies, production photograph, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1962: PHOTO FINISH - Peter Ustinov (Saville) Diana Wynyard, Paul Rogers, Wensley Pithey, Robert Brown, Edward Hardwicke, Amanda Grinling, Cyril Luckham, Joan Henley, Rachel Herbert; dir:Peter Ustinov and Nicholas Garland [16pp, 6.6x9.25; cast list, biographies, 6 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1962: GOODNIGHT MRS. PUFFIN - Arthur Lovegrove (Duchess) Cicely Hullett, Pamela Barrie, Jill Hyem, Rodney Diak, Barbara Whatley, Irene Handl, Jack Allen, Keneth Thornett, Brian Parker, Murray Kash; dir:Alexander Dore [16pp, 6.5x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1962: BREAKING POINT - William Fairchild (Lyric) Burnell Tucker, Derek Royle, Paul Massie, Robert Beatty, John Gregson, Michael Atkinson, Robert Ayres; dir:John Barron [12pp, 6.8x9.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 9 biographies w.photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £1

Plays: 1963

1963: DIFFERENCE OF OPINION - George Ross and Campbell Singer (Garrick) Gillian Lewis, Sarah Long, Zulema Dene, Lally Bowers, Robert Beatty, Raymond Huntley, Andrew Crawford, John Stratton, Lionel Gamlin, Geoffrey Palmer, Timothy Carlton, Timothy Bateson, Kynaston Reeves, Franklyn Scott, Raymond Adamson; dir:Anthony Sharp [20pp, 4.9x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 18 company photos and biographies; VG] £4

1963: STEPHEN D. - Hugh Leonard, from the autobiographical novels by James Joyce (St.Martin's) Norman Rodway (as Stephen Dedalus), Ruth Durley, Sheila Ward, Paul Ravden, Cliff Lown, Robert O'Leary, Tony Hayes, Kevin McHugh, Kevin Flood, David Blake Kelly, Dominic Roche, Donald Torr, Colin Goldring, Stewart Goldring, Dennis Russo, Geoffrey Gilbert, Joseph O'Conor, Desmond Perry, Christopher Matthews, Derry Power, Loretta Clark, Jacqueline Ryan, Rhona Woodcock, Elizabeth Davis, T P McKenna, Gerry Sullivan, Brian Waldron, John Dunn-Hill; dir:Jim Fitzgerald [24pp, 4.9x7.25; 5 cast photos and biographies; date on cover, else VG] £3

1963: WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD - Elizabeth Hart, based on the novel by E.M.Forster (St.Martin's) Mary Williams, Nan Munro, Violet Farebrother, Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, Gita Denise, Andreas Malandrinos, Keith Baxter, Daphne Newton; dir:Glen Byam Shaw [24pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 5 cast photos and biographies; VG] £3

1963: BREAKING POINT - William Fairchild (Golders Green Hippodrome) Burnell Tucker, Paul Massie, Derek Royle, Robert Beatty, John Gregson, Michael Atkinson, Robert Ayres; dir:John Barron [12pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1963: BREAKING POINT - William Fairchild (Wimbledon Theatre) Burnell Tucker, Paul Massie, Derek Royle, Robert Beatty, John Gregson, Michael Atkinson, Robert Ayres; dir:John Barron [8pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £1

1963: THE RAPE OF THE BELT (Library Theatre, Manchester) Zoe Hicks, Kendrick Owen, Pat Keen, David Terence, Robert Eddison, Thomasine Heiner, Catherine Powell, Georgine Anderson, Angela Down; dir:Oliver Neville [12pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; marks on cover, slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1963: A SEVERED HEAD - Iris Murdoch and J B Priestley (Criterion) Bristol Old Vic production: Robert Hardy, Monica Evans, Heather Chasen, Paul Eddington, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Christopher Benjamin, Sheila Burrell; dir:Val May [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 8 company photos; VG] £4

1963: NEXT TIME I'LL SING TO YOU - James Saunders (Criterion) Victor Winding, Barry Foster, Liz Fraser, Peter McEnery, Denys Graham; dir:Shirley Butler [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, cast and production photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1963: HUGHIE AND OTHERS: In The Zone, Before Breakfast, and Hughie - Eugene O'Neill (Theatre Royal, Bath) Burgess Meredith, James Culliford, Jack MacGowran, Terry Bale, Stephen Moore, Jack Stewart, Peter Gale, John Bay, Nan Martin; dir:Fred Sadoff [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; date on cover, somewhat rumpled, else VG] £3

1963: RATTLE OF A SIMPLE MAN - Charles Dyer (Garrick) Sheila Hancock, John Colin, Daniel Moynihan; dir:Donald McWhinnie [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1963: RATTLE OF A SIMPLE MAN - Charles Dyer (Golders Green Hippodrome) Sheila Hancock, John Colin, Daniel Moynihan; dir:Donald McWhinnie [12pp, 5x7.3; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly tatty, date on cover (17/9/63), else VG] £1

1963: SCHWEYK IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR - Bertolt Brecht, English translation by William Rowlinson, music by Hanns Eisler (Mermaid) Dudley Jones (as Hitler / Little Fat Man), Roger Jerome (as Himmler), Walter Daly (as Goebbels), Harold Innocent (as Goering / Baloun), Gerald English, Peter Blythe, Joan Heal, Bernard Miles (as Schweyk), Job Stewart, John Cater, Bill Fraser, Stephen Moore, Leader Hawkins, Joan Duan, John Gay, Susan Williamson, Pat Heywood, Roy Hanlon, Declan Mulholland, Malcolm Young, Richard Fraser, Walter Hall, David Baxter, Sebastian Breaks, Robert Burlington, Laura Graham, Murray Noble, David Schurman, Frank Wilson-Taylor, Penny Jones, Keith Sellors, John Alldis; dir:Frank Dunlop [32pp, 5x8; extensive illustrated articles, photos; VG] £4

1963: ROCKETS IN URSA MAJOR - Fred Hoyle (Mermaid) Sean Scully, Henry McCarthy, Nicholas Selby, Rick Jones, Peter Cellier, Mike Gambon, Peter Froggatt, John Pickles, Douglas Ditta, Philip Morant, Denise Coffey, John McKelvey, Henry Manning, Richard Carpenter, John Pickles, Ronald Herdman, Dallia Penn, John Woodvine, Gabrielle Hamilton, Barry Doan; dir:Peter Duguid [32pp, 4.75x8; 8+ illustrated articles; ticket stapled to cover (15 Jan '63); VG] £3

1963: THE BED SITTING ROOM - John Antrobus and Spike Milligan (Mermaid) Graham Stark, Valentine Dyall, Spike Milligan, John Bluthal, Marjie Lawrence, Bob Todd, Johnny Vyvyan, Clive Elliott, The Temperance Seven; directed and designed by John Antrobus and Spike Milligan [32pp, 5x8; cast list, credits, several amusing articles, charming drawings by John Antrobus, 7 rehearsal photos; VG] £4

1963 (Apr-Jun): DUNDEE REPERTORY THEATRE (Dundee Repertory Theatre) Repertoire Leaflet Repertoire for April to June 1963 was Lord Arthur Savile's Crime, Photo Finish, Picnic, The Rehearsal, The Aspern Papers, and The Caretaker [6pp triple-fold, 3.5x8.5; brief synopses, booking details, performance times, concessions, theatre details etc.; VG] £2

1963: HANG DOWN YOUR HEAD AND DIE - David Wright (Comedy) Oxford University Experimental Theatre Club: Dick Durden-Smith, Jo Durden-Smith, Michael Emrys-Jones, Robert Hewison, Terry Jones, Clive Mitchell, Roland Oliver, Dickon Reed, Michael Palin, Robert Scott, David Wood, Juliet Akroyd, Vivien Ault, Hope McIntyre, Jane Sommerville, Adele Weston, Jasmina Hart; dir:Braham Murray [16pp, 5.5x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, production photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1963: WHAT GOES UP...! (Theatre Royal, Stratford East) Theatre Workshop: Ivor Danvers, Bernice Adams, Don Peters, Brian Hewlett, Ken Tyllsen, David Watson, Martin Sterndale, Anita Lockwood, Gabrielle Brown, Peter Reeves, Ron Welling, Gordon Gardner, Geoffrey Wright, Anna Sharkey, Adrian Ropes, Fran Allen; dir:Peter Cotes [12pp, 5.5x8.4; cast list, list of musical items, programme notes, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1963: POOR BITOS - Jean Anouilh, translated by Lucienne Hill (The New Arts Theatre Club) Charles Gray, Victor Winding, Michael Golden, Ronald Lewis, Caroline Blakiston, Susan Clark, Hugh Manning, Terence Alexander, Patrick O'Connell, Suzanne Neve, Donald Pleasence, Gregory Warwick, Martin Jarvis, Douglas Cann; dir:Shirley Butler [8pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, credits, notes on the characters etc.; VG] £3

1963: WHO'LL SAVE THE PLOWBOY? - Frank D Gilroy (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Maxine Audley, Harry H Corbett, Donal Donnelly, C Denier Warren, Anne Blake, Hal Galili, Richard Williams; dir:John Berry [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 8 cast photos and biographies etc.; VG] £3

1963: THE TULIP TREE - N C Hunter (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) George Benson, Celia Johnson, Eynon Evans, Lynn Redgrave, Nan Munro, Harold Scott, John Clements, Peter Ellis, Lloyd Pearson; dir:Glen Byam Shaw [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 6 production photos w.biographies; minor marks, else VG] £3

1963: THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA - Bernard Shaw (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Nicholas Courtney, Madge Brindley, James Donald, George Pravda, Liam Redmond, Moray Watson, Wilfrid Hyde White, Peter Howell, Anna Massey, Brian Bedford, Pamela Ruddock, Daniel Thorndike, Philip Grout; dir:Donald McWhinnie [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 6 cast photos and biographies etc.; somewhat rumpled, else VG] £2

1963-1965: QUESTORS THEATRE: Thirteen Programmes (Questors Theatre, London)
THE COMICAL LOVERS (Cibber), BRAND (Ibsen), HINDLE WAKES (Houghton), NEIGHBOURS (Saunders) and NO QUARTER (Bermange), THE OTHER PLACE (Rodney Ackland), SWEENEY TODD (Pitt), QUOAT-QUOAT (Audiberti), THE COUNTRY WIFE (Wycherley), THE CONFIDENTIAL CLERK (T S Eliot), LET'S GET A DIVORCE (Sardou), MAJOR BARBARA (Shaw), BIG SOFT NELLIE (Livings), THE WINTER'S TALE (Shakespeare) [13 programmes; cast lists, synopses of scenes, credits, programme notes, advance booking, future productions etc.; all 5.5" x 8.5", mostly 12pp each; in excellent condition; many with tickets stapled to top corner] £5

1963: FROST AT MIDNIGHT - Andre Obey (Hampstead Theatre Club) Jimmy Gardner, Raf de la Torre, Peter Gale, Derek Lanyon, Declan Mulholland, Robert Bernal, Roger Hammond, Patricia Connoly, Vincent Harding; dir:Jean-Pierre Voos [16pp, 6.6x8.1; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1963: THE BEDSITTING ROOM - John Antrobus and Spike Milligan (Comedy) Clive Dunn (for Spike Milligan), John Bluthal, Valentine Dyall, Barry Humphries, Valerie Stillwell, Jacqueline Ellis, Bob Todd, Johnny Vyvyan, Clive Elliott, Sidney Macaw; dir:John Antrobus and Spike Milligan [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 9 biographies with photos, substitution slip, credits etc.; uncommon; slight scrabble and date on cover (Aug 16. 1963), else VG] £3

1963: SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR - Luigi Pirandello, adapted by Paul Avila Mayer (Mayfair Theatre) Michael Gough, Keith Campbell, Naomi Chance, Joyce Hemson, William Wilde, Janet Lambe, Denzil Ellis, Jeremy Bisley, John McGee, Michael Browne, Anthony Wheeler, Eric Dodson, Mary Yeomans, Madalena Nicol, Michael Johnson, Howard Knight, Gillian Gostling, Nancy Nevinson; dir:William Ball [36pp, 6x8.6 Magazine Programme; illustrated article on the building of the Mayfair Theatre, further articles, 7 cast photos with biographies etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1963: HOW ARE YOU, JOHNNIE? - Philip King (Vaudeville) Ian McShane, Hilda Fenemore, Derek Fowlds, Philip Newman, Nigel Stock, Lucinda Curtis, dir:Guy Vaesen [12pp, 6.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1963: DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS - Eugene O'Neill (Circle in the Square, NY) Rip Torn, Clifford A Pellow, Lou Frizzell, George C Scott, Colleen Dewhurst, Leonora Landau, Charles Creasap, Douglas Roberts, Jerome Collamore, Madeleine Pettet, Charles Mundy, Melba de Bayle, Lee Delmer, Sandra Fisher, Sharyn Gans, Carlo Grasso, Marcia Kaufman, Colin Lee, Paul Villani; dir:Jose Quintero [8pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £2

1963: LORD PENGO - S N Behrman (Royale Theatre, New York) Laurie Main, Brian Bedford, Charles Boyer, Reynolds Evans, Ruth White, Edmon Ryan, Betty Sinclair, Lee Richardson, Henry Daniell, Agnes Moorehead, Cliff Hall; dir:Vincent J Donehue [56pp, 6x9; Playbill Vol.1 No.2; articles, biographies etc.] £3

1963 (August): OH DAD, POOR DAD, MAMMA'S HUNG YOU IN THE CLOSET AND I'M FEELIN' SO SAD - Arthur Kopit (Morosco Theatre, New York) Hermione Gingold, Alix Elias, Sam Waterston, Sandor Szabo; dir:Jerome Robbins [32pp, 6x9; Playbill Vol.1 No.35; articles, biographies etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1963 (15 Dec): A CASE OF LIBEL - Henry Denker, based on Louis Nizer's My Life In Court (Longacre Theatre, New York) Van Heflin, Sidney Blackmer, Larry Gates, John Randolph, M'el Dowd, Philip Bourneuf, Joseph Julian, Alexander Clark, Wynn Wright, Richard McMurray, Lesley Woods, Camila Ashland, Joel Crothers, Douglas McLean, Tom Hammond, William Hindman; dir:Sam Wanamaker [double-sided single sheet, 6x9; Special Sunday evening performance in aid of The Actors' Fund of America; cast list, understudies, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £1

1963: GOODNIGHT MRS.PUFFIN (Duke of York's) Cicely Hullett, Pamela Barrie, Jill Hyem, Rodney Diak, Barbara Whatley, Irene Handl, Jack Allen, Keneth Thornett, Brian Parker, Murray Kash; dir:Alexander Dore [16pp, 6.5x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 7 cast photos and biographies; VG] £3

1963 (June): THE MOUSETRAP - Agatha Christie (Ambassadors) Margo Jenkins, Michael McClain, Simon Brent, Mysie Monte, Anthony Huntly Gordon (for David Raven), Brenda Kempner, Edward Waddy (for Otto Diamant), Mark Kingston [16pp, 7x9.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 2 substitution slips, large photo of Agatha Christie, 7 production photos etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1963: PRIVATE LIVES - Noel Coward (Duke of York's) Sarah Harter, Edward de Sousa, Roger Booth, Rosemary Martin, Janie Booth; dir:James Roose-Evans [16pp, 6.75x9.25; 4 photos; VG] £3

1963: THE PRIVATE EAR and THE PUBLIC EYE - Peter Shaffer (Globe) Douglas Livingstone, Terry Scully, Judith Stott, Kenneth Williams, Richard Pearson; dir:Peter Wood [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 5 cast photos with biographies etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1963: THE PRIVATE EAR and THE PUBLIC EYE - Peter Shaffer (Globe) Douglas Livingstone, Terry Scully, Judith Stott, Richard Pasco, Richard Pearson; dir:Peter Wood [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 5 cast photos with biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1963: MARY MARY - Jean Kerr (Globe) Donald Haron, Jemma Hyde, Lockwood West, William Sylvester, Carole Shelley; dir:Joseph Anthony [12pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 5 cast photos with biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1963 (17 Dec): THE WINGS OF THE DOVE - Christopher Taylor, from the novel by Henry James (Lyric) Souvenir of 75th Anniversary of the Opening of the Lyric Theatre, issued 17th December 1963; the current production featured Susannah York, James Donald, Wendy Hiller, Elspeth March, Gene Anderson, Owen Holder; dir:Frith Banbury, and the programme for this play has 6 cast biographies w.photos, and 4 production photos; the souvenir also contains 11 photos of previous productions, featuring Marie Tempest, Haydn Coffin, Ada Reeve, Sir C.Aubrey Smith, Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson, Sir John Martin Harvey, Lewis Waller, Leslie Howard, Tallulah Bankhead, Fay Compton, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Emlyn Williams, Michael Newell, Vivien Leigh, Ronald Lewis etc., and a History of the Lyric Theatre [20pp, 6.75x9.25; minor marks, else VG] £5

1963: THE WINGS OF THE DOVE - Christopher Taylor, from the novel by Henry James (Lyric) Susannah York, Wendy Hiller, Elspeth March, Gene Anderson, Owen Holder, James Donald; dir:Frith Banbury [12pp, 6.75x9.25; 6 cast biographies w.photos, 4 production photos; minor marks, light creases, else VG] £3

1963 (2 July): WINDFALL - Michael Gilbert (Lyric) Alastair Sim, Hugh Latimer, Garry Marsh, Ronald Adam, Douglas Muir, Margaret Wedlake, Merlith Sim, Kerry Gardner, Peter Furnell, dir:Alastair Sim [First Night Programme; 12pp, 6.75x9.7; title page, cast list, cast biogs w.photos, 2 production photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1963: USTED PUEDE SER UN ASESINO [You Can Be A Murderer] - Alfonso Paso (Teatro Moneda, Santiago) Compania de Comediantes Americo Vargas - Pury Durante: Victor Meiggs, Americo Vargas, Pury Durante, Isabel Gorrono, Monica Mauro, Jorge Nunez, Jorge Lanza, Enrique Madina, Crisy Arias, Maggy Smith; dir:Americo Vargas [6pp, 6.75x11.5 triple-fold; cast list, notes (in Spanish); minor marks, else VG] £3

Plays: 1964

1964: A SEVERED HEAD - Iris Murdoch and J B Priestley (Criterion) Bristol Old Vic production: Robert Hardy, Heather Chasen, Sheila Burrell, Paul Eddington, Monica Evans, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Michael Culver; dir:Val May [16pp, 4.9x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, 7 company photos, 2 production photos, credits etc.; date on cover (20th Jan 1964), else VG] £3

1964: MONSIEUR BLAISE - Claude Magnier, translated by Ninian Kipling (Royal Court) Denise Allworth, Clovissa Newcombe, Jimmy Thompson, Catherine Feller, Olivia Hamnett, Ian Colin, Joan Ingram, Carol Mason, Jill Curzon, Peter Ives; dir:Darry Guerin [16pp, 4.9x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; date on cover (10/1/64), else VG] £3

1964: LUTHER - John Osborne (Queens Theatre, Hornchurch) Davyd Harries, Peter Mair, John David, Mark Kingston, Arthur Cox, Roger Brierley, Jonathan Elsom, Roger Booth, Peter Wyatt, David Perry, Stephanie Cole, Stuart Barren, Brian Denton, John David, Ian Head; dir:Jane Howell [8pp, 4.9x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme notes, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1964 (w/c 25 May): PRIVATE LIVES - Noel Coward (Wimbledon Theatre) Rosemary Frankau, Peter Graves, Geoffrey Alexander, Vanessa Lee, Glenda Ramsay; dir:James Roose-Evans [12pp, 4.9x7.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1964 (w/c 7 Sep): THE DEEP BLUE SEA - Terence Rattigan (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry) Belgrade Theatre Company: Vivienne Drummond, John Turner, Andre Van Gyseghem, Richard Simpson, Barry Justice, Julia McCarthy, John Porter Davison, Vanessa Hill; dir:Trevor Nunn [12pp, 5x7.4; synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1964: THE FOURTH OF JUNE - David Benedictus (St.Martin's) Hamilton Dyce, David Markham, Margot Boyd, Susan Field, Anthony Roye, Ian Ricketts, Sean Barrett, Ronald Lacey, Colin Spaull, Simon Ward, Kika Markham, Richard Kay, Malcolm Gerard, Martin Norton, Paul Holdaway, Kit Williams, John Chipperfield, Julian Holdaway, George Waring, Joan Geary, Jean Harvey; dir:Donald McWhinnie [24pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 6 company photos and biographies; VG] (£2) SOLD

1964: PAST IMPERFECT - Hugh and Margaret Williams (St.Martin's) Ewan Roberts, Michael Rathborne, Colin Miller, Terry Reynolds Gill, Graham Armitage, Susan Hampshire, Hugh Williams, Roy Marsden, Nicholas Phipps, Robert Crewdson; dir:Nigel Patrick [24pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 6 cast photos and biographies; VG] £2

1964: PAST IMPERFECT - Hugh and Margaret Williams (Savoy) Ewan Roberts, Michael Rathborne, Colin Miller, John Jefferson Hayes, Graham Armitage, Susan Hampshire, Hugh Williams, Roy Marsden, Nicholas Phipps, Robert Crewdson; dir:Nigel Patrick [16pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 6 cast photos and biographies; VG] £2

1964: THE BRIG - Kenneth H.Brown (Mermaid) The Living Theatre of New York: Victor Allen, Jim Anderson, Rufus Collins, Carl Einhorn, Michael Elias, Warren Finnerty, Gene Gordon, Henry Howard, Steven Ben Israel, Tom Lillard, Paul Prensky, Henry Proach, William Shari, Luke Theodore, Steve Thompson, Jim Tiroff, Ralph Watson, Colin White; dir:Judith Malina, assistant director: Steven Ben Israel, designed by Julian Beck [32pp, 5x8; notes on The Living Theatre, company biographies, photo of Judith Malina and Julian Beck, company list, programme note, synopsis of scenes, credits, Brig Regulations, 5 production photos, long interview with Kenneth H Brown etc.; date on cover (17/9/64), else VG] £4

1964: ENTERTAINING MR.SLOANE - Joe Orton (New Arts) Madge Ryan, Dudley Sutton, Charles Lamb, Peter Vaughan; dir:Patrick Dromgoole [8pp, 5.4x8.4; World Premiere; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, brief biography of Joe Orton etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1964: ENTERTAINING MR.SLOANE - Joe Orton (Wyndham's) Madge Ryan, Dudley Sutton, Charles Lamb, Peter Vaughan; dir:Patrick Dromgoole [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 4 cast photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1964: THE DOLL'S HOUSE - Henrik Ibsen (Tour) Theatre West: David Quilter, Anna Hoffman (as Nora), Derek Lanyon, Thelma Holt, Nigel Hawthorne (as Niels Krogstad), Mary Harrison, Sylvia Carter, Nick Loughnan; dir:William Redmond [8pp, 5.5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme notes, credits etc.; date on cover (7.3.'64), else VG] (£2) SOLD

1964: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Edward Albee (Piccadilly) Uta Hagen, Arthur Hill, Richard Easton, Beverlee McKinsey; dir:Alan Scheider [16pp, 5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 3 company photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1964: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Edward Albee (Piccadilly) evening: Uta Hagen, Arthur Hill, Richard Easton, Beverlee McKinsey; matinee: Constance Cummings, Jerome Kilty, Richard Easton, Beverlee McKinsey; dir:Alan Scheider [16pp, 5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 3 company photos and biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1964: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Edward Albee (Piccadilly) evening: Uta Hagen, Arthur Hill, Richard Easton, Beverlee McKinsey; matinee: Constance Cummings, Jerome Kilty, Hal Hamilton, Karal Gardner; dir:Alan Scheider [16pp, 5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 3 company photos and biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1964: CHASE ME COMRADE! - Ray Cooney (Whitehall) Jacqueline Ellis, Peter Gray, Leo Franklyn, Helen Jessop, Kerry Gardner, Brian Rix, Dennis Ramsden, Basil Lord, Sheila Mercier, Larry Noble; dir:Wallace Douglas [16pp, 5.5x8.3; cast list, biographies w.photos, 12 production photos; credits etc.; VG] £4

1964: THE WINGS OF A DOVE - Christopher Taylor (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Susannah York, Wendy Hiller, Elspeth March, Gene Anderson, Graham Corry, Owen Holder, Michael Dawson, James Donald, Fiona Dempster; dir:Frith Banbury [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits, 6 cast photos, 4 production photos; marks on back, else VG] £3

1964: THE WINGS OF A DOVE - Christopher Taylor (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Jennifer Hilary, Wendy Hiller, Elspeth March, Gene Anderson, Graham Corry, Owen Holder, Michael Dawson, James Donald, Fiona Dempster; dir:Frith Banbury [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits, 6 cast photos, 4 production photos; VG] £4

1964: THE WINGS OF A DOVE - Christopher Taylor (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Jennifer Hilary, Viola Keats, Nan Munro, Gene Anderson, Graham Corry, Owen Holder, Michael Dawson, Alan Howard, Fiona Dempster; dir:Frith Banbury [12pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits, 6 cast photos; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1964: HOSTILE WITNESS - Jack Roffey (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Michael Dennison, Charles Leno, Peter Furnell, Miranda Connell, Richard Hurndall, Trevor Reid, Geoffrey Lumsden, Edward Waddy, Brian Oulton, Hugh Cross, Malcolm Russell, Ronald Adam, Philip Lennard, Dulcie Bowman; dir:Anthony Sharp [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, photo of Michael Dennison, credits; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1964: BUSYBODY - Jack Popplewell (Theatre Royal, Brighton) Irene Handl, Andrew Laurence, Robin Lloyd, Robert Cawdron, Beryl Baxter, Ann Rye, Rodney Diak, Frances Barlow; dir:Hugh Goldie [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biography and photo of Irene Handl etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1964 (30 Nov-12 Dec): ROPE - Patrick Hamilton (Richmond Theatre) Patrick Godfrey, Roy Herrick, Peter Cascarini, Colin Bell, Mary Land, Arnold Bell, Constance Fraser, Brian Hankins; dir:Robert Peake [8pp, 5.5x8.75; 811th Production, 18th Year; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, theatre notes etc.; VG] £2

1964 (3-14 Nov): TROUBLE WITH FATHER - Roger MacDougall (Northampton Repertory Theatre) Northampton Repertory Players: David Tomlinson, Kenneth Gilbert, Angela Down, Beth Harris, Angela Down, Eileen Page, Nigel Lambert; dir:David Tomlinson [12pp, 5.5x8.75; minor marks, else VG] £2

1964: THE ROSES ARE REAL - Patrick Paterson (Vaudeville) Hilton Edwards, Rachel Herbert, Mary Kerridge, Thorley Waters, Micheal Mac Liammoir; dir:Hilton Edwards [12pp, 6.5x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; 5 photos; date on cover, slightly tatty] £1

1964: PORTRAIT OF MURDER - Robert Bloomfield (Vaudeville) Phyllis Calvert, George Baker, Renee Asherson, Jack Gwillim, Tenniel Evans, Barbara Hicks; dir:George Shdanoff [12pp, 6.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 6 cast photos and biographies etc.; VG] £3

1964: THE AMERICAN DREAM and ZOO STORY - Edward Albee (Cherry Lane Theater, New York) Jane Hoffman, Wyman Pendleton (as Daddy / Peter; for David Hooks), Sudie Bond, Alice Drummond, Jered Barclay (as The Young Man / Jerry) [8pp, 6x9; cast lists, biographies, understudies, credits etc.; cover photo of Edward Albee; light vertical bend, else VG] £1

1964 (January 5th): BAREFOOT IN THE PARK - Neil Simon (Biltmore Theatre, New York) Elizabeth Ashley, Robert Redford, Mildred Natwick, Kurt Kasznar, Herbert Edelman, Joseph Keating; dir:Mike Nichols [double-sided single sheet, 6x9; Special Sunday evening performance in aid of The Actors' Fund of America; cast list, understudies, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; lightly creased, else VG] £2

1964 (January 19th): MARATHON '33 - June Havoc (Anta Theatre, New York) The Actors Studio Theatre: Julie Harris, Philip Kenneally, Peter Masterson, Conrad Janis, Olive Deering, Tom Avera, Margret O'Neill, Brooks Morton, Robin Howard, Maya Kenin, Don Fellows, Patricia Quinn, Logan Ramsey, Doris Roberts, Gabriel Dell, Pat Randall, Tim Everett, Lane Bradbury, Iggie Wolfington, Lucille Patton, Lonny Chapman, John Strasberg, Libby Dean, Robert Heller, Lee Allen, Joe Don Baker, Gordon Phillips, Adelaide Klein, Will Hare, Marcella Dodge, Janet Luoma, Dick Bradford, Ralph Waite, Janice Mars; staged by The Author, production supervised by Lee Strasberg, music by Conrad Janis and his Tail Gate 5 [4pp, 6x9; Special Sunday afternoon performance in aid of The Actors' Fund of America; cast list, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1964: MAKE ME A WIDOW - David Ellis (Comedy) Vivienne Martin, Tony Wright, Margaret Robertson, Roy Purcell; dir:Robert Peake [16pp, 6.5x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 4 cast photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1964: SON OF OBLOMOV - freely adapted from a play by Riccardo Aragno, based on Goncharov's novel (Comedy) Spike Milligan, Joan Greenwood, Bill Owen, Valentine Dyall, Peter Eyre; dir:Frank Dunlop [16pp, 6.5x9.25; cast photos and biographies; VG] £4

1964: SON OF OBLOMOV - freely adapted from a play by Riccardo Aragno, based on Goncharov's novel (Comedy) Spike Milligan, Ilona Rogers, Bill Owen, Valentine Dyall, Peter Eyre; dir:Frank Dunlop [16pp, 6.5x9.25; cast photos and biographies; else VG] £3

1964: THE RELUCTANT PEER - William Douglas Home (Duchess) Athene Seyler, Frank Pettingell, Helen Horton, Imogen Hassall, Naunton Wayne, Peter Bourne, William Stephens, Viola Lyel; dir:Charles Hickman [16pp, 6.75x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 3 cast photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1964: 12 ANGRY MEN - Reginald Rose (Queen's) Leo Genn, Walter Fitzgerald, Robert Urquhart, Grant Taylor, Peter Illing, Ken Wayne, Paul Maxwell, Barry Lowe, Arnold Ridley, Olaf Pooley, Mark Kingston, John Bay, Eric Mason; dir:Margaret Webster [12pp, 7x9.5; cast list, credits etc.; 5 cast photos; date on cover, else VG] £3

1964: 12 ANGRY MEN - Reginald Rose (Lyric) Leo Genn, Walter Fitzgerald, Robert Urquhart, Grant Taylor, Peter Illing, Ken Wayne, Paul Maxwell, Barry Lowe, Arnold Ridley, Olaf Pooley, Mark Kingston, John Bay, Eric Mason; dir:Margaret Webster [12pp, 7x9.5; cast list, credits etc.; 5 cast photos; ticket (1 September 1964, Stalls D4) stapled to cover; VG] £3

1964: POOR BITOS - Jean Anouilh (Duke of York's) Donald Pickering, Martin Jarvis, John Ingram, David Beale, Sally Hall, Diana Lyle, Roger Hammond, Donald Douglas, Michael Spice, Elizabeth Hughes, Peter Woodthorpe, John Trigger, Colin Bell, Douglas Cann; dir:Shirley Butler [16pp, 6.75x9.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies, notes etc.; VG] £3

1964: POOR BITOS - Jean Anouilh (Duke of York's) Charles Gray, Victor Winding, Michael Golden, Ronald Lewis, Caroline Blakiston, Susan Clark, Hugh Manning, Terence Alexander, Patrick O'Connell, Narissa Knights, Donald Pleasence, Gregory Warwick, Martin Jarvis, Douglas Cann; dir:Shirley Butler [16pp, 6.75x9.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies, notes etc.; VG] £3

1964: A THOUSAND CLOWNS - Herb Gardner (Comedy) James Booth, Andree Melly, Roy Kinnear, Sydney Tafler, John Cater, Chris Barrington; dir:Herbert Hirschman [16pp, 7x9.5; cast photos; minor marks, else VG] £3

1964: MOTHER'S BOY - Sewell Stokes (Globe) David Tomlinson, Peggy Mount, Ann Bell; dir:David Tomlinson [12pp, 7x9.5; cast photos; w.flyer; minor marks, else VG] £3

1964: THE EASTER MAN - Evan Hunter (Globe) Ian McShane, Robin Hawdon, Karin Fernald, Suzan Farmer; dir:John Harrison [12pp, 7x9.5; 5 company photos; minor marks, else VG] £3

1964: CALIGULA - Albert Camus, translated by Justin O'Brien (Phoenix) Geoffrey Russell, Norman Pitt, Frederick Farley, Rob Inglis, Tony Caunter, Victor Maddern, Shaun Curry, Murray Scott, Paul Grist, Barry Jackson, Eric Mason, Michael Gwynn, Jeffry Wickham, Andrew Ray, David Nettheim, Walter Hall, Kenneth Haigh, Georgina Ward, Rosemary Dunham; dir:Peter Coe [8pp, 7x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 5 cast photos etc.; minor marks, else VG] £4

1964 (Feb): MAN AND SUPERMAN - Bernard Shaw (Theatre Royal, Windsor) Charles Carson, Mary Kellehar, John Humphry, George Baker (as John Tanner), Delphi Lawrence, Gillian Lind, Marjorie Forsyth, Margaret Wedlake, Brian Peck, William Greene, Duncan Lewis; dir:Joan Riley [16pp, 7.5x9.6; 1041st production; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 8 cast biographies w.photos, credits, theatre notes etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1964: THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN - M Bradley-Dyne (Her Majesty's) Corin Redgrave, Anthony Quayle, John Irvine, Anne Stevenson, Mary Law, John Towner, Jack Gwillim, Anna Massey, Richard Leech, Llewellyn Rees, Jean Holness, Coral Browne, Jill Melford, Gillian Lind, Terence Bayler; dir:Glen Byam Shaw, des:Motley [12pp, 7x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, cast biographies and 4 photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1964: THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN - M Bradley-Dyne (Her Majesty's) Corin Redgrave, Anthony Quayle, Martin Carroll, Anne Stevenson, Mary Law, John Towner, Jack Gwillim, Anna Massey, Richard Leech, Llewellyn Rees, Jean Holness, Coral Browne, Marika Mann, Gillian Lind, Terence Bayler; dir:Glen Byam Shaw, des:Motley [12pp, 7x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, cast biographies and 4 photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1964 (Feb): THE MOUSETRAP - Agatha Christie (Ambassadors) Diane Hart, John Justin, Robert Huxter, Mysie Monte, David Raven, Diana Van Proosdy, Peter Elliott, Anthony Oliver [16pp, 7x9.4; cast list, cast biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes, credits, large photo of Agatha Christie etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1964-1966: NORTHAMPTON REPERTORY THEATRE - 34 PROGRAMMES
Thirty-four programmes for plays produced between 1964 and 1966 at the Northampton Repertory Theatre. The plays represented are 1964: 28 Jan/FREE AS AIR - Julian Slade, 18 Feb/THE CORN IS GREEN - Emlyn Williams, 3 Mch/THE PRIVATE EAR and THE PUBLIC EYE - Peter Shaffer, 17 Mch/COME BLOW YOUR HORN - Neil Simon, 6 May/KING JOHN - William Shakespeare, 18 May/DON'T TELL FATHER - Harold Brooke and Kay Bannerman, 16 Jun/RATTLE OF A SIMPLE MAN - Charles Dyer, 1 Aug/THIS HAPPY HOME - Michael Brett, 18 Aug/MURDER ON ARRIVAL - George Batson, 1 Sep/FRESH FIELDS - Ivor Novello, 15 Sep/ALL IN GOOD TIME - Bill Naughton, 29 Sep/FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE - Arthur Watkyn, 3 Nov/TROUBLE WITH FATHER - Roger MacDougall, 17 Nov/YOU TOO CAN HAVE A BODY - Fred Robinson, 1 Dec/GREAT EXPECTATIONS - Dickens adapt.Guinness; 1965: 3 Feb/THE BOY FRIEND - Sandy Wilson, 23 Mch/SPIDER'S WEB - Agatha Christie, 6 Apr/THE RELUCTANT PEER - William Douglas Home, 19 Apr/HOUSEMASTER - Ian Hay, 11 May/ALFIE - Bill Naughton, 25 May/CANDIDA - George Bernard Shaw, 7 Jun/THE LITTLE HUT - Andrew Roussin, 17 Aug/BUSMAN'S HOLIDAY - Dorothy L.Sayers and M.St.Clare Byrne, 30 Aug/ROAR LIKE A DOVE - Lesley Storm, 14 Sep/DEATH OF A SALESMAN - Arthur Miller w.John Justin, 28 Sep/ONE FOR THE POT - Ray Cooney and Tony Hilton, 26 Oct/THE HOSTAGE - Brendan Behan, 7 Dec/OLD-TIME MUSIC HALL; 1966: 3 Feb/LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS - Henry Fielding, Bernard Miles, Laurie Johnson, Lionel Bart, 1 Mch/THE SHOEMAKER'S HOLDAY - Thomas Dekker, 29 Mch/POOR BITOS - Jean Anouilh, 11 Apr/PRIVATE LIVES - Noel Coward, 3 May/OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR - Charles Chilton, 30 May/WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Edward Albee; actors taking part include Jonathan Adams, Sally Ford, Derek Pollitt, Janet Henfrey, Nigel Lambert, Mark Elwes, John Downing, Beth Harris, Kim Grant, Ursula Smith, Giles Phibbs, Sandra Payne, Simon Prebble, Mark Cullingham, Kenneth Gilbert, Gillian Brown, Judy Child, Eileen Page, Antony Brown, Nicholas Courtney, Vanessa Forsyth, Rosemarie Sheridan, Marcia Warren, Aileen Raymond, Ian Ogilvy, Angela Down, Alfred Hurstfield, Alec Lightfoot, Judy Dickinson, David Tomlinson, Alan Gerrard, Antony Linford, John Flint, Branwen Iwan, Sandra Michaels, James Sparrow, Martin Scott, John Ringrose, Michael Elwick, Paul Darrow, Peter Mair, Hugh Janes, Pauline Letts, Peter Badger, Douglas Gibson, Bernard Sutton, Peter Miles-Johnson, Nina Marriott, Janet Milner, Michael Candler, Ronald Owen, Colin Stepney, Patrick Monckton, James Watts, Ian Mackenzie, Jane Cunningham, Jane Hamden, John Justin, Bill Johnston, John Wright, Peter Kelly, Raymond Duparc, Roger Lloyd Pack, James Sport, Dudley Jones, Robert Howes, Michael Cotterill, Lisa Daniely, June Watts, Paul Mead, Ron Welling, Norman Jones, Diana Oxford; the plays were directed by Keith Andrews, Kim Grant, Brian Howard, Alan Vaughan Williams, and Willard Stoker [34 programmes, mostly 12pp, 5.75x8.75; slightly rumpled, some with folds, 16 with punch holes, minor marks, else VG] £16

Plays: 1965

1965: ARMS AND THE MAN - G B Shaw (Library Theatre, Manchester) Barbara Bolton, Angela Down, Norman Jones, Paul Hellyer, Kendrick Owen, Basil Hoskins, Ian Hewitson, Pat Heywood; dir:Oliver Neville [12pp, 4.9x7.2; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £2

1965: A PUBLIC MISCHIEF - Kenneth Horne (St.Martin's) Charles Lloyd Pack, Patsy Smart, Peggy Thorpe-Bates (for Elspeth March), Betty Baskcomb, George Cole, Amanda Barrie, Robin Hunter, Robert Sidaway; dir:Harold French [24pp, 4.9x7.2; cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes, substitution slip, credits etc.; VG] £3

1965 (w/c 22 Jun): HOT AND COLD IN ALL ROOMS - Max Reitmann (Ashcroft Theatre) Croydon Summer Theatre: John McCombe, Lesley Portlock, Pamela Sholto, Alan Halley, William Eedle, Douglas Ridley, Judy Franklin, Ian Sinclair, Alexandra Henningm Tony Jason; dir:Frances Nelson [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £2

1965 (20 Mch): LOOT - Joe Orton (Wimbledon Theatre) Duncan Macrae, Geraldine McEwan, Ian McShane, David Battley, Kenneth Williams, Antony Brown; dir:Peter Wood (Note: This was the 56th - and final - performance of the disastrous "pre-London" tour of Loot, but the production did not transfer...) [12pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; light vertical bend, date on cover (20/3/65), else VG] £5

1965: THE CREEPER - Pauline Macaulay (St.Martin's) George Merritt, Peter Blythe, Eric Portman, Noel Davis, Jonathan Newth; dir:Donald McWhinnie [24pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies with photos etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1965: THE CREEPER - Pauline Macaulay (St.Martin's) George Merritt, Peter Blythe, Eric Portman, Noel Davis, Jonathan Newth; dir:Donald McWhinnie [24pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies with photos etc.; VG] £3

1965: THARK - Ben Travers (Garrick) Ronald Govey, Gilly McIver, Amanda Reiss, Peter Myers, Kathleen Harrison, Peter Cushing, Alec McCowen, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Jennie Linden, John H Moore, Dudley Stevens; dir:Ray Cooney [16pp, 4.9x7.25; photos; VG] £3

1965: INADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE - John Osborne (Wyndham's) English Stage Company production: John Hurt, Nicol Williamson, Cyril Raymond, Ann Beach, Coral Atkins, Clare Kelly, Natasha Pyne, Eleanor Fazan; dir:Anthony Page [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 2 rehearsal photos, photos of Nicol Williamson and John Osborne etc.; VG] £3

1965: THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA - Tennessee Williams (Savoy) Nicholas Chagrin, Vanda Godsell, Ian Hughes, Mark Eden, Mark Hardy, Sandra Boize, Anthony Collin, Olwen Griffiths, Roy Stephens, Ruth Kettlewell, Sian Phillips, Patricia Shakesby, Donald Eccles, Dallas Cavell; dir:Phillip Wiseman [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 2 production photos etc.; VG] £3

1965: LEFT-HANDED LIBERTY - John Arden (Mermaid) Robert Eddison, Sonia Dresdel, Patrick Wymark, Esmond Knight, Bernard Miles, Colin Ellis, Freddie Jones, Edward Argent, Eric Allan, Timothy Bateson, Barbara Mitchell, Sally Miles, Denise Coffey, Janet Gahan, Jennifer Clulow, Frederick Hall, Ronald Herdman, Roy Hills, Jeremy Rowe, Liane Aukin, Roger Bizley, Robert Gillespie, Roger Tann, Ronald Cunliffe, Douglas Milvain, Adrian Reynolds, Terry Adams, Michael Gleave, Christina Greatrex, Georgina Simpson, John Bloomfield; dir:David William [40pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 23 pages of illustrated notes etc.; VG] £4

1965: SPRING AND PORT WINE - Bill Naughton (Mermaid) Alfred Marks, Ruth Dunning, Jennifer Wilson, Jan Carey, John Alderton, Melvyn Hayes, Gretchen Franklin, Ray Mort; dir:Allan Davis [40pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, extensive articles about Bolton (w.25+ photos), credits etc.; VG] £4

1965 (Autumn): REPERTORY BOOKLET (Royal Court) Repertoire Leaflet Shelley - Ann Jellicoe (directed by Ann Jellicoe), The Cresta Run - N F Simpson (directed by Keith Johnstone), and Saved - Edward Bond (directed by William Gaskill) [8pp quadruple-fold, 4.1x8.25; photographs of the three authors, brief notes, booking details, times of performance, company list, theatre details etc.; VG] £2

1965: THE MASTERS - Ronald Millar (Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham) Victor Woolf, Brian Kent, Dennis Edwards, Anthony Mathews, Nicholas Breant, Ronald Russell, David Daker, Michael Ingham, William Avenell, Paul Carson, John Citroen, Lee Fox, William Morton, Anthony Howard, Beryl Johnstone, Carole Walker, Patricia Leach, Raymond Somerville, Geoffrey Edwards, Richard Astbury, Paul Smith; dir:Geoffrey Edwards [8pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits; minor marks else VG] £2

1965: THE CAVERN - Jean Anouilh, translated by Lucienne Hill (Strand) Alec McCowen, Griffith Jones, Sally Home, Kenneth Fortescue, Kate Coleridge, Richard Hampton, Geoffrey Bayldon, Keith Pyott, Siobhan McKenna, Barry Linehan, Terence Lodge, Anna Middleton, Gemma Jones, Christopher Witty, Joan MacArthur, William Burleigh, John Gugolka; dir:Donald McWhinnie [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, production photo, biographies, credits; VG] £4

1965: THE GLASS MENAGERIE - Tennessee Williams (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford) Ian McShane, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Anna Massey, George Baker; dir:Vivian Matalon [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, notes, credits; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1965: THE GLASS MENAGERIE - Tennessee Williams (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Ian McShane, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Anna Massey, George Baker; dir:Vivian Matalon [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 4 large cast photos and biographies, credits; VG] £4

1965: HOSTILE WITNESS - Jack Roffey (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Stephen Murray, Charles Leno, Peter Furnell, Jean Harvey, Richard Hurndall, John McKelvey, Geoffrey Lumsden, Edward Waddy, Brian Oulton, Hugh Cross, Malcolm Russell, Ronald Adam, Philip Lennard, Dorothy Batley; dir:Anthony Sharp [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, photo of Stephen Murray, credits; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1965: TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD - Bernard Shaw (Strand) Terry Scully, Athene Seyler, Anthony Oliver, June Ritchie, Dora Bryan, Kenneth Haigh, Alastair Sim, James Bolam, George Cole, Laurence Hardy; dir:Frank Dunlop [16pp, 5.58.5; 10 cast biographies w.photos, notes etc.; VG] £4

1965: TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD - Bernard Shaw (Garrick) Lewis Teasdale, Nan Munro, Anthony Oliver, June Ritchie, Liz Fraser, T P McKenna, Alastair Sim, James Bolam, George Cole, Laurence Hardy; dir:Frank Dunlop [16pp; 10 cast biographies w.photos, notes etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1965: OH DAD, POOR DAD - Arthur Kopit (Piccadilly) Hermione Gingold, Murray Melvin, Alix Elias, Gerard Heinz, David Glover, Andre Batley, Barry Halliday, Steve Hardy, Daniel Nikolaides, Kenneth Shanley, Shane Shelton; dir:Charles Forsythe [16pp; photographic cover; photos; creasing] £3

1965: EAST LYNNE - Mrs. Henry Wood (Richmond Theatre) Edgar K Bruce (as "Junius Vavasour" as Lord Mount Severn), Stanley Beard, Robert Jennings, Carolyn Pertwee, Julie Rayne, Jenny Lee, Damaris Hayman, Alan Downer, Ingrid Hafner, Ian White, Penelope Parry, Gillian Gostling; dir:"Junius Vavasour" [4pp, 5.5x8.6; 830th Production, 19th Year; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme notes, credits etc.; Miss Betty Lawrence will preside at The Grand Pianoforte; minor marks, else VG] £2

1965: THE GAME AS PLAYED - Leon Griffiths (New Arts) Denholm Elliott, George Murcell, Bryan Pringle, Bettina Dickson, Vernon Dobtcheff, Michael Martin; dir:David Greene [8pp; rumpled, minor marks] £2

1965: MAN AND SUPERMAN - Bernard Shaw (New Arts) John Robinson, Judy Wilson, Martin Jarvis, Alan Badel (as John Tanner), Sian Phillips, Marie Lohr, Marda Vanne, Zena Walker, Clive Swift, Edward Bishop, Patrick McAlinney; dir:Philip Wiseman [8pp, 5.6x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1965: THE SLEEPERS DEN - Peter Gill (Theatre Upstairs) Eileen Atkins, Madoline Thomas, Kimberley Iles, John Rees, Anthony Douse, Margaret John; dir:Peter Gill [two brown-paper sheets 8x13 stapled together; VG; uncommon] £3

1965: ALIBI FOR A JUDGE - Felicity Douglas and Henry Cecil, with Basil Dawson (Savoy) Amanda Grinling, Andrew Laurence, Colin Gordon, Richard Aylen, Andrew Cruickshank, Graham Leaman, John Arnatt, Bernard Clifton, Michael Dawson, Eric Francis, David Crosse, Michael Napier-Brown, Meadows White, Michael Slater, Beth Ellis, Carol Mauray, Marjory Moss, Jonathan Adams; dir:Hugh Goldie [16pp, 6.6x8.6; 4 photos, biographies; VG] £4

1965 (26 Oct): THE HOSTAGE - Brendan Behan (Northampton Repertory Theatre) Northampton Repertory Players: John Wright, Marcia Warren, James Watts, John Keenan, Frank Cousins, Bernard Sutton, Janet Milner, Jane Hamden, Michael Elwick, Sally Mates, Bill Johnston, Michael Candler, Colin Stepney; dir:Alan Vaughan-Williams [12pp, 5.5x8.75; minor marks, slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1965: A SCENT OF FLOWERS - James Saunders (Theatre Royal, Bristol) Bristol Old Vic company: Rowena Cooper, Geoffrey Todd, Keith Bowles, Harold Innocent, Susan Pitts, Michael Jayston, Peter Whitbread, Edith MacArthur, Patrick Stewart; dir:Denis Carey [12pp, 5x8; cast list, credits etc.; VG] £2

1965: GENERATION - William Goodhart (Wilber Theatre, NY) Richard Jordan, Henry Fonda, Holly Turner, A Larry Haines, Don Fellows, Sandy Baron; dir:Gene Saks [52pp, 6x9; Playbill Vol.II No.9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1965: TRAVERSE THEATRE SEASON (New Arts Theatre Club) A selection of plays, readings and revues from the Traverse Theatre Club 1965 Edinburgh Festival season. The repertoire was GREEN JULIA - Paul Ableman (Jonathan Lynn, Phillip Manikum, dir:George Mully), REPORT TO AN ACADEMY - Franz Kafka, and DIALOGUES - Paul Ableman (Tutte Lemkow, Paul Ableman, dir:George Mully, music composed and played by Larry Adler), HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN - Cecil. P.Taylor (John Barrard, Bernard Goldman, Keith James, Edward Palmer, John Rapley, Leonard Fenton, Leslie Schofield, dir:Charles Marowitz), THE ART OF SAMUEL BECKETT - John Calder (Leonard Fenton, dir:John Calder), STEWED IRISH - Mike Jones and Mike Newling (Irene Adams, Gill Hanna, Dinah Stabb, Constantin de Grouel, Michael Jones, Ian Milton, Michael Newling, Max Stafford-Clark, dir:Max Stafford-Clark), THERE WAS A MAN - Tom Wright (John Cairney, dir:Gerard Slevin) [12pp, 7x9; cast lists, credits, biographies, 7 artist photos, programme notes, introductory note on The Traverse etc.; VG] £5

1965: THE FOUR SEASONS - Arnold Wesker (Saville) Alan Bates, Diane Cilento; dir:Bob Swash [20pp, 6.5x9.25; cast list, 3 large company photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1965: SON OF OBLOMOV - freely adapted from a play by Riccardo Aragno, based on Goncharov's novel (Comedy) Spike Milligan, Ilona Rogers, Bill Owen, Valentine Dyall, Peter Eyre; dir:Frank Dunlop [16pp, 6.5x9.25; cast photos and biographies; minor edge damage, date on cover, else VG] £3

1965: SAY WHO YOU ARE - Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall (Her Majesty's) Ian Carmichael, Patrick Cargill, Dilys Laye, Jan Holden; dir:Shirley Butler [12pp, 6.5x9.25; 4 large cast photos w.biographies; VG] £3

1965: PRESENT LAUGHTER - Noel Coward (Queen's) Anna Palk, Sheila Keith, Drewe Henley, Avice Landon (as Monica), Nigel Patrick (as Garry Esendine), Phyllis Calvert (as Liz), Richard Briers (as Roland Maule), John Lee, Graham Payn, Maxine Audley (as Joanna), Jacqueline Maude; dir:Nigel Patrick [12pp, 6.75x9.25; 5 cast photos; minor marks, rumpled, else VG] £2

1965: PRESENT LAUGHTER - Noel Coward (Queen's) Anna Palk, Sheila Keith, Drewe Henley, Avice Landon (as Monica), Nigel Patrick (as Garry Esendine), Phyllis Calvert (as Liz), Richard Briers (as Roland Maule), John Lee, Graham Payn, Maxine Audley (as Joanna), Jacqueline Maude; dir:Nigel Patrick [12pp, 6.75x9.25 w.photographic cover; 5 cast photos; minor marks, else VG] £3

1965: THE PAPER HAT - Lesley Storm (Globe) Marie Kean, Edward de Souza, Toby Robins, Michael Latimer, Yolande Turner, Fidelma Murphy; dir:Murray MacDonald [12pp, 7.25x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 6 large cast photos and biographies etc.; date on cover (April 28th 1965), slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1965: THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE - Frank Marcus (Duke of York's) Eileen Atkins, Beryl Reid, Lally Bowers, Margaret Courtenay; dir:Val May [12pp, 7x9.4; cast photos w.biographies, notes etc.; VG] £4

1965: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Edward Albee (Garrick) Constance Cummings, Ray McAnally, Pinkie Johnstone, Richard Easton; dir:Alan Scheider [16pp, 4.9x7.25; 3 photos; lightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1965: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Edward Albee (Globe) Constance Cummings, Ray McAnally, Pinkie Johnstone, Richard Easton; dir:Alan Scheider [12pp, 7.1x9.6; 3 photos; lightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1965: A HERITAGE - AND ITS HISTORY - Julian Mitchell, from the novel by Ivy Compton Burnett (Phoenix) Roy Godfrey, Dorothy Reynolds, Christopher Guinee, Alan Howard, James Cairncross, Pamela Lane, Rosalind Knight, Robert Morris, Stuart Hoyle, Vivien Heilbron, Jonathan Cecil, Dilys Hamlett; dir:Frank Hauser [12pp, 7x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 10 biographies with photos etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1965: A LITTLE WINTER LOVE - Alun Owen (Theatre Royal, Stratford East) Stage Sixty: Rachel Herbert, Paul Maxwell, Kenneth Farrington, David McKail, Roger Hammond, Celia Hewitt, Petra Markham; dir:Garry O'Connor [20pp, 5.5x11.5; notes, biographies, photos; minor marks, else VG] £2

Plays: 1966

1966: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Edward Albee (Salisbury Playhouse) Stephanie Cole, Michael Poole, Robin Ellis, Vivien Heilbron; dir:Noreen Craven [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme notes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1966: PRESENT LAUGHTER - Noel Coward (Connaught Theatre, Worthing) Jennifer Clulow, Marjorie Sommerville, John Evitts, Vivienne Burgess, John Hart Dyke (as Garry Essendine), Dorothy Primrose, Julian Curry (as Roland Maule), Denis Thorne, Mark Hawkins, Marika Mann, Jill Johnson; dir:Brian E Cook [8pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; review stapled to cover; cellotape inside, else VG] £2

1966: ANY WEDNESDAY - Muriel Resnik (Wyndham's) Dennis Price, Amanda Barrie, John Fraser, Moira Lister; dir:Frank Dunlop [16pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, 4 cast photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1966: HOW'S THE WORLD TREATING YOU? - Roger Milner (Wyndham's) Brian Stanyon, Thelma Whiteley, Michael Graham Cox, Peter Bayliss, Patricia Routledge, Anna Cropper; dir:Philip Grout [12pp, 4.9x7.2; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; ticket stapled to cover (1 Apr '66); VG] £3

1966: HOW'S THE WORLD TREATING YOU? - Roger Milner (New Arts Theatre) Michael Graham Cox, Anna Cropper, Peter Bayliss, Patricia Routledge, Brian Stanyon, Thelma Whiteley; dir:Philip Grout [8pp, 7.6x8.3; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits; rumpled, else VG] £

1966: LET'S GET A DIVORCE - Victorien Sardou and Emile de Najac, English version by Angela and Robert Goldsby (Mermaid) Hugh Paddick, Fenella Fielding, Barry Foster, Eric Thompson, Patsy Rowlands, Ken Wynne, Daniel Thorndike, Carmen Silvera, Joan Sanderson; dir:Robin Midgeley [32pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, very extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1966: THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING - Christopher Fry (Oxford Playhouse) Oxford Playhouse Company: Simon Ward, John Turner, Marian Diamond, Philip Voss, Anne Woodward, Peter Brett, Leon Eagles, Barbara Jefford, Hugh Paddick, Norman Pitt, John Ingram; dir:Gilbert Vernon [16pp, 5.3x8.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme note, credits etc.; w.ticket (April 16); minor marks, else VG] £3

1966: AMPHITRYON 38 - Jean Giraudoux, translated by S N Behrman (Oxford Playhouse) Oxford Playhouse Company: John Turner, Leon Eagles, Peter Brett, Simon Ward, Peter Needham, Barbara Jefford, Philip Voss, Anne Salinger, Pamela Lane; dir:Frank Hauser [16pp, 5.3x8.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, programme note, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1966: AFTER THE RAIN - John Bowen (Hampstead Theatre Club) Robert James, Andrew Bradford, Geoffrey Todd, Anthony Oliver, Alec McCowen, Valerie White, Douglas Sheldon, Malcolm Rogers, Maureen Pryor, Alan MacNaughtan, William Marlowe, Barbara Young; dir:Vivian Matalon [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; minor creases, else VG] £2

1966: THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE - Frank Marcus (St.Martin's) Eileen Atkins, Beryl Reid, Lally Bowers, Margaret Courtenay; dir:Val May [20pp, 5.4x8.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, cast biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1966: THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE - Frank Marcus (St.Martin's) Andree Melly, Hermione Baddeley, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Margaret Courtenay; dir:Val May [40pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; minor marks on cover, else VG] £4

1966 (w/c 12 Dec): THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE - Frank Marcus (Theatre Royal, Brighton) Andree Melly, Hermione Baddeley, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Margaret Courtenay; dir:Val May [20pp, 5.4x8.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1966: MAN AND SUPERMAN - Bernard Shaw (Theatre Royal, Bristol) Bristol Old Vic company: Frank Middlemass, Joan Morrow, Matthew Roberton, Richard Pasco (as John Tanner), Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Anne Whitefield), Yvonne Coulette, Julia McCarthy, Anna Carteret, John White, Gary Files, Desmond Stokes; dir:Denis Carey [12pp, 5x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1966: THE GAMECOCK - David Grant (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford) Prospect Production: Timothy West, Ann Firbank, Robin Culver, Julian Glover, Gordon Reid, Trevor Baxter, Liza Ross, Janest Hargreaves, Eileen Beldon, Amanda Grinling, Stanley Lebor, Drew Wood, Graham Corry, Garrick Hagon, Martin Potter, James Aubrey, Felicity Taylor, Patricia Fuller, Clive Swift; dir:Toby Robertson [20pp, 5.5x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1966: THE BALLAD OF THE FALSE BARMAN - Colin Spencer (Hampstead Theatre Club) Katherine Barker, Robert Bernal, Anne Berry, Caroline Blakiston, James Bree, Murray Brown, Penelope Keith, Antony Linford, Rod McLennan, Michael Pennington, Josephine Tewson; dir:Robin Phillips [20pp; cast photos; minor marks, else VG] £4

1966: BAREFOOT IN THE PARK - Neil Simon (Piccadilly) Marlo Thomas, John Brandon, Geoffrey Reed, Daniel Massey, Joan Sterndale Bennett, Kurt Kaszar; dir:Richard Benjamin, original production by Mike Nichols [16pp, 5x8.5; cast list, credits, 6 biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1966: MAN AND SUPERMAN - Bernard Shaw (Vaudeville) John Robinson, Judy Wilson, Martin Jarvis, Alan Badel, Sian Phillips, Marie Lohr, Marda Vanne, Zena Walker, Clive Swift, Edward Bishop, Patrick McAlinney; dir:Philip Wiseman [12pp, 6.25x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; 2 production photos; VG] £5

1966: MAN AND SUPERMAN - Bernard Shaw (Garrick) John Robinson, Judy Wilson, Martin Jarvis, Alan Badel, Sian Phillips, Marie Lohr, Marda Vanne, June Thorburn, Terence Rigby, Edward Bishop, Patrick McAlinney; dir:Philip Wiseman [16pp, 6.25x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 6 cast photos, 2 production photos etc.; VG] £4

1966: THE VOYSEY INHERITANCE - Harley Granville-Barker, THEIR VERY OWN & GOLDEN CITY - Arnold Wesker, and SERJEANT MUSGRAVE'S DANCE - John Arden (Royal Court) English Stage Company: Victor Henry, John Castle, Sebastian Shaw, Joseph Greig, Iain Cuthbertson (as Serjeant Musgrave), George Howe, Avril Elgar, Gillian Martell, Roger Booth, Jeffry Wickham, William Stewart, Bernard Gallagher, Richard Butler, Dennis Waterman, John Shepherd, Gwen Nelson, Lucy Fleming, Jean Boht, Rowena Cooper, Timothy Carlton, Jaqueline Harrison, Janet Chappell; dir:Jane Howell, William Gaskill [36pp, 5.5x8.75; Tenth Anniversary 1956-66: Programme 4, with Repertory Calendar for April 4 - June 4; cast lists, illustrated articles about the Royal Court and the plays, 4 production photos, interview with Sebastian Shaw and Gwen Nelson, 24 company photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1966: JUSTICE IS A WOMAN - Jack Roffey & Ronald Kinnoch (Vaudeville) Naunton Wayne, Ewan Roberts, Weyman Mackay, Joyce Heron, Constance Cummings, Cavan Kendall, Ian Dewar, John Marquand, Ronald Mansell, John Dunbar, Colin Douglas, Richard Hurndall, John Cross, Christine Russell, Raymond Adamson, Ronald Leigh-Hunt, Elizabeth Knight, Joy Andrews, Fulton Mackay, David Langton, Veronica Griffiths, Henry Moxon; dir:Anthony Sharp [16pp, 6.5x8.8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 3 cast photos, 3 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1966: THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE - Bernard Shaw (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh) Lennox Milne, Elizabeth Hughes, Richard Kay, Norman Wooland, Hilary Hardiman, Brian Carey, George Cormack, Eileen McCallum, Michael Burrell, Barbara Stuart, Bryan Marshall, Carl Rigg, Leon Sinden, Callum Mill; dir:Clive Perry [16pp, 5.6x8.8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1966: THE ODD COUPLE - Neil Simon (Queen's) Jack Klugman, Victor Spinetti, Ken Wayne, Rex Everhart, Matt Zimmerman, John Sterland, Rosemary Martin, Patricia Brake; originally staged by Mike Nicholls, London production by Harvey Medlinsky [24pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies, large photos of Jack Klugman and Victor Spinetti; VG] £3

1966: THE ODD COUPLE - Neil Simon (Queen's) Ken Wayne, Victor Spinetti, Kensyn Crouch, Barry Linehan, Matt Zimmerman, John Sterland, Rosemary Martin, Patricia Brake; originally staged by Mike Nicholls, London production by Harvey Medlinsky [24pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies, large photos of Ken Wayne and Victor Spinetti, 4 production photos; VG] £4

1966: LOOT - Joe Orton (Criterion) Dermot Tuohy, Sheila Ballantine, Michael Bates, Kenneth Cranham, Simon Ward, David Redmond; dir:Charles Marowitz [32pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1966: THE KING'S MARE - Jean Canolle, adapted by Anita Loos (Garrick) Brian Murphy, Michael Logan, Michael Gwynn, Sydney Tafler, Keith Michell, Roger Ostime, Blake Butler, Glynis Johns, Sheila Burnette, Mollie Maureen, Jane Merrow, Vilma Stuttle, Dennis Tynsley, Stanley Dawson, Reg Templar, Michel Julian, Pamela Marwood; dir:Peter Coe [40pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1966: THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE - Jay Presson Allen, based on the novel by Muriel Spark (Wyndham's) Tony Thawnton, Edith Macarthur, Anna Massey, Vickery Turner, Olivia Hussey, Alison Blair, Jane Carr, Dorothy Reynolds, Andrew Crawford, William Squire, Ann Martin, Andrea Brett, Janice Bowgen, Janet Connelly, Linda Joliffe, Zena Keller, Lavinia Lang, Christine McCormick, Veronica Purnell, Pauline Sarson, Sheila Whitmill; dir:Peter Wood [40pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies, photos etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1966: WHEN DID YOU LAST SEE MY MOTHER? - Christopher Hampton (Comedy) Victor Henry, Julian Holloway, Gwen Watford, Christopher Matthews, Lucy Fleming; dir:Robert Kidd [16pp, 6.5x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, photos etc.; VG] £2

1966: THE LION IN WINTER - William Goldman (Colonial Theatre, NY) Robert Preston, Anne Fielding, Bruce Scott, Dennis Cooney, James Rado, Rosemary Harris, Christopher Walken; dir:Noel Willman [48pp; Playbill Vol.III No.2; biographies, articles etc.] £4

1966: SAY WHO YOU ARE - Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall (Her Majesty's) Ian Carmichael, Patrick Cargill, Dilys Laye, Jan Holden; dir:Shirley Butler [12pp, 6.5x9.25; photos; ticket stapled to cover (8 Jan '66); VG] £3

1966: WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? - Edward Albee (Birmingham Repertory Theatre) Kathleen Michael, Charles Tingwell, Eric Woofe, Ann Penfold; dir:David Buxton [16pp, 7x9; cast list, notes, biographies (w.photos), rehearsal photo; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1966: PUBLIC AND CONFIDENTIAL - Benn W Levy (Duke of York's) Constance Cummings, Betty Woolfe, John Gregson, Peter Copley, Ian McCulloch, Wendy Varnals, Peter Noel Cook; dir:Stuart Burge [16pp, 7x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos; VG] £4

1966: THE ANNIVERSARY - Bill MacIlwraith (Duke of York's) Michael Crawford, Sheila Hancock, Jack Hedley, June Ritchie, Mona Washbourne, James Cossins; dir:Patrick Dromgoole [16pp, 7.1x9.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos; VG] £4

1966: A FRIEND INDEED - William Douglas Home (Cambridge Theatre) Doreen Andrew, David Tomlinson, David Hutcheson, Jane Baxter, Pippa Steel, Simon Williams, Elizabeth Sellars; dir:Jack Minster [16pp, 6.75x9.7; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos; VG] £4

1966: THERE'S A GIRL IN MY SOUP - Terence Frisby (Globe) Donald Sinden, Jill Melford, Jon Pertwee, Anthony Sagar, Zeynep Tarimer, Belinda Carroll, Clive Francis; dir:Robert Chetwyn [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos, 6 production photos etc.; VG] £4

1966: THERE'S A GIRL IN MY SOUP - Terence Frisby (Globe) Donald Sinden, Jill Melford, Jon Pertwee, Anthony Sagar, Zeynep Tarimer, Barbara Ferris, Clive Francis; dir:Robert Chetwyn [24pp, 7.1x9,6; cast list, 7 biographies w.photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

Plays: 1967

1967 (w/c 19 Jun): A LETTER FROM THE GENERAL - Maurice McLoughlin (Wimbledon Theatre) Judith South, Susan Reid, Valerie Newbold, Helen Sessions, Rose-Marie McCarthy, Ronald Mansell, Jasmine Dee, Kenneth Seeger, Henry Moxon; dir:John Gordon Ash [12pp, 5x7.4; cast list, credits etc.; VG] £1

1967 (18-29 Apr): THE KNACK - Ann Jellicoe (Salisbury Playhouse) David Gooderson, David Simeon, Howard Southern, Vivien Heilbron; dir:Donald MacKechnie [12pp, 5x7.3; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1967: BOX AND COX - John Maddison Morton, and THE BELLS - Leopold Lewis (Derby Playhouse) Harry Beety, Pauline Jefferson, Gerald Tarrant, Marius Goring, Nicholas Smith, Mary Laine; dir:Peter C Jackson [12pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1967: THE FIGHT FOR BARBARA - D H Lawrence (Mermaid) Cyd Hayman, Stephen Moore, Adrienne Corri, Iain Reid, Sylvia Coleridge, Geoffrey Lumsden, Robert Cartland; dir:Robin Midgeley [32pp, 5x8; interesting articles, photos; VG] £3

1967: BENITO CERENO - Robert Lowell, from the short story by Herman Melville (Mermaid) Alan Dobie, Peter Eyre, Peter Dennis, Rudolph Walker, Danny Daniels, Stefan Seguev, Tarhall Abdul, Tommy Ansah, Neville Aurelius, Nina Baden-Semper, Elma Betancourt, Calvin Butler, Aldwyn Forde, Devon Hall, Selwyn Hardy, Fitzgerald Mitchell, Rema Nelson, Ilarrio Pedro, Myrtle Robinson, Keith Walker, Anthony Betancourt, Michael Williamson, Brian Forster, Barry Sullivan, John Wright, Melvin Baker, Jonathan Bilson, Billy Hamon, Laurie Heath, Roger Kitter, Frank Knight, Paul Layton, Gary Neilson, Jeremy Ranchey, Barry Tobin; dir:Jonathan Miller [32pp, 5x8; cast list, synopsis of scenes, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1967: TRIFLES & TOMFOOLERIES: Augustus Does His Bit, Press Cuttings, and Passion, Poison & Petrifaction - Bernard Shaw (Mermaid) John Warner, Peter Bayliss, Moira Redmond, Murray Melvin, Hazel Hughes, Anne Kristen, Alan Partington; dir:Robert Chetwyn [32pp, 5x8; cast lists, 16 pages of illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £3

1967: LET'S ALL GO DOWN THE STRAND - Hugh and Margaret Williams (Theatre Royal, Brighton) Hugh Williams, Jane Griffiths, Gladys Cooper, Evelyn Laye, Avice Landon, Dinah Sheridan, Connie Merigold, William Kendall; dir:Murray Macdonald [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £1

1967: HONEYMOON - Malcolm Quantrill (Hampstead Theatre Club) Dinsdale Landen, Caroline Mortimer, Jean Muir; dir:Stephen Dartnell [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1967: THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT - Jean Giraudoux, adapted by Maurice Valency (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford) Oxford Playhouse Company production: Philip Stone, Aidan Turner, James Laurenson, Jonathan Taylor, Clive Merrison, Nigel Ramage, Frank Wilson Taylor, Billy Reilly, Helena de Crespo, Lewis Fiander, David Collings, Stephanie Beacham, Arnold Locke, Michael Lynch, Danny Gray, Nicholas Arnold, Elisabeth Bergner, Philip Voss, Christopher Gable, Maurice Good, Patricia Jessel, Amy Dalby, Janet Henfrey, Anne Ibbotson, Michael Davies, Jessica Shaw; dir:Minos Volanakis, music by Elisabeth Lutyens [20pp, 5.5x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1967: CANDIDA - George Bernard Shaw (Richmond Theatre) Andre Morell, Patricia Leventon, Peter Beton, Meadows White, Joan Greenwood, Larry Aubrey; dir:Robert Peake [32pp; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; date on cover, else VG] £2

1967: BROTHER AND SISTER - Robert Bolt (Theatre Royal, Brighton) Flora Robson, Nigel Stock, Edward Atienza, Priscilla Morgan, Geoffrey Whitehead, Laurence Naismith; dir:Noel Willman [20pp, 5.5x8.4; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £2

1967: THE BURGLAR - Brigid Brophy (Vaudeville) Sian Phillips, Jim Dale, Gerald Flood, James Villiers, Sylvia Childs; dir:Frank Dunlop [12pp, 6.5x8.5; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1967: ACCORDING TO THE EVIDENCE - Felicity Douglas and Henry Cecil, with Basil Dawson (Savoy) Michael Dawson, Muriel Pavlow, Richard Warner, Douglas Wilmer, Naunton Wayne, David Crosse, Michael Gwynn, Richard Blomfield, Carol Mauray; dir:Hugh Goldie [12pp, 6.5x8.5; cast list, credits, biographies, 4 cast photos, 4 production photos etc.; minor marks else VG] £3

1967: ROOTS - Arnold Wesker (Royal Court) Thelma Whiteley, Trevor Peacock, Bridget Turner, Billy Russell, Gwen Nelson, Leslie Anderson, Robert Grange, John Shepherd, Anne Carroll; dir:Jane Howell [20pp, 5.4x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, illustrated articles, credits; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1967: AN EVENING WITH MALCOLM MUGGERIDGE (Hampstead Theatre Club) Malcolm Muggeridge, Eleanor Bron, James Roose-Evans, Norman Shelley; directed by James Roose-Evans [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, photo, notes; date on cover (18 March 1967), else VG] £3

1967: THE BALLAD OF THE FALSE BARMAN - Colin Spencer (Hampstead Theatre Club) Katherine Barker, Robert Bernal, Anne Berry, Caroline Blakiston, James Bree, Murray Brown, Penelope Keith, Antony Linford, Rod McLennan, Michael Pennington, Jayne Morris, Josephine Tewson; dir:Robin Phillips [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, biographies; date on cover (Jan 1967), light vertical bend, else else VG] £2

1967: THE ECCENTRICITIES OF A NIGHTINGALE - Tennessee Williams (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford) Sian Phillips, Patrick Barr, Kevin Colson, Elspeth March; dir:Philip Wiseman, des:Stefanos Lazaridis [20pp; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1967: J. B. - Archibald MacLeish (Liverpool Playhouse) Antony Whelan, John Guest, Knight Mantell, Nicholas McArdle, Peter Miles-Johnson, John Downing, Anthea Holloway, John Bray, Jill Shilling, Gloria Parkinson, Christine Akehurst, Gloria Parkinson, Virginia Drinkwater; dir:David Scase [16pp, 5.5x8.6; cast list, cast photos, biographies, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1967: THE DAUGHTER-IN-LAW - D H Lawrence (Royal Court) Anne Dyson, Victor Henry, Gabrielle Daye, Judy Parfitt, Mike Pratt; dir:Peter Gill [24pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1967: FALLEN ANGELS - Noel Coward (Vaudeville) Joan Greenwood, Nicholas Phipps, Ann Lancaster, Peter Myers, Constance Cummings, Bernard Brown; dir:Philip Wiseman [12pp, 6.5x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, 3 production photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1967: MY GIDDY AUNT - Ray Cooney and John Chapman (Savoy) Roger Carey, Manning Wilson, Peter Gray, Guy Slater, Charles Stapley, Irene Handl, Margo Johns; dir:Wallace Douglas [12pp, 6.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 9 biographies w.photos etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1967: WAIT UNTIL DARK - Frederick Knott (Duchess) Brian Murray, Kenneth Hendel, Peter Sallis, Barbara Murray, Michael Griffiths, Gabrielle Wheeler; dir:Anthony Sharp [24pp, 6.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 6 biographies w.photos etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1967: WAIT UNTIL DARK - Frederick Knott (Duchess) Richard Carpenter, Kenneth Hendel, Peter Sallis, Barbara Murray, Michael Griffiths, Gabrielle Wheeler; dir:Anthony Sharp [24pp, 6.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 6 biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1967: THE SACRED FLAME - Somerset Maugham (Duke of York's) John Merivale, Jack Gwillim, Wendy Hiller, Gladys Cooper, Jean Holness, Leo Genn, Lana Morris, Terence Longden; dir:Murray Macdonald [16pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1967: CACTUS FLOWER - Abe Burrows, based on Fleur De Cactus by Pierre Barillet and Jean Pierre Gredy (Lyric) Natasha Pyne, Robin Culver, Margaret Leighton, Jean Harvey, Tony Britton, Rex Garner, Roger Delgado, Mark Hawkins, Sylvia Bidmead, Ian Gardiner; dir:Abe Burrows [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies, 8 photos etc.; scrabble on back cover, else VG] £3

1967: THE MAN IN THE GLASS BOOTH - Robert Shaw (St.Martin's) Donald Pleasence, Mark Heath, Simon Kelly, Lawrence Pressman, Leon Lissek, Terence Lodge, Clifford Elkin, Yootha Joyce, Ian Blair, Mark Powell, Vernon Dobtcheff, Margaret Gibson, Sonia Dresdel, Auton Low, Edwin Kuks; dir:Harold Pinter [36pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1967: THE JUDGE - John Mortimer (Theatre Royal, Brighton) Patrick Wymark, Charles Leno, George Tovey, Michael Pennington, Ernest Clark, Paul Dawkins, Patience Collier, Richard Warner, Jacqueline Pearce, Camilla Serpell, Pippa Benedict, Margaret Gibson, Alan Foss, John Marquand, Henry Moxon; dir:Stuart Burge [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1967: THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD - J M Synge (University Theatre, Manchester) Century Theatre production: Tom Courtenay, Jeffry Wickham, Gerard McLarnon, Bridget Turner, Dilys Hamlett, Kenneth Adams, John Watts, Roger Dwaine, Roslyn de Winter, Patricia Maynard, Rohan McCullough, Anita Good; dir:Michael Elliott [12pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1967: THE JUDGE - John Mortimer (Cambridge Theatre) Patrick Wymark, Charles Leno, George Tovey, Michael Pennington, Ernest Clark, Alan Foss, Patience Collier, Richard Warner, Jacqueline Pearce, Camilla Serpell, Pippa Benedict, Margaret Gibson, John Marquand, Bill Wiesener, Henry Moxon, David Blagden; dir:Stuart Burge [16pp, 6x9.25; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1967: NUMBER 10 - Ronald Millar (Golders Green Hippodrome) Alastair Sim, Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray, John Gregson, Kerry Gardner, Anthony Woodruff, Tom Chatto, Clement McCallin, Paul Bacon, Norman Claridge, dir: David Scase [36pp, 6x9; title page, cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, cast biogs w.photos etc.; lightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1967: GETTING MARRIED (Strand) Ian Carmichael, Alec Clunes, Roland Culver, Raymond Huntley, David Hutcheson, Esmond Knight, Moira Lister, Perlita Neilson, Margaret Rawlings, Googie Withers, Joanna Wake, Timothy Carlton; dir:Frank Dunlop [32pp; cast photos; VG] £4

1967: MRS. WILSON'S DIARY - Richard Ingrams and John Wells (Criterion) Theatre Workshop production: Myvanwy Jenn, Bill Wallis, Stephen Lewis, Peter Reeves, Sandra Caron, Bob Grant, Howard Goorney, Carl Forgione, Kevin Smith, Johnny Lyons, Grumpy; dir:Joan Littlewood [36pp, 6x9; 5+ caricatures; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1967: MRS. WILSON'S DIARY - Richard Ingrams and John Wells (Criterion) Theatre Workshop production: Myvanwy Jenn, Bill Wallis, Stephen Lewis, Peter Reeves, Sandra Caron, Bob Grant, Nigel Hawthorne, Howard Goorney, Carl Forgione, Reg Templar, Johnny Lyons, Grumpy; dir:Joan Littlewood [24pp, 6x9; 5+ caricatures; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1967: HALFWAY UP THE TREE - Peter Ustinov (Queen's) Ambrosine Phillpotts, Bridget Armstrong, Robert Morley, Michael Johnson, Mildred Mayne, Pinkie Johnstone, Robert Raglan, Jonathan Cecil, Mark Dignam; dir:John Gielgud [24pp; production photos; VG] £3

1967: UPROAR IN THE HOUSE - Anthony Marriott and Alistair Foot (Garrick) Bill Treacher, Anna Dawson, Wendy Padbury, Elspet Gray, Leo Franklyn, Brian Rix, Derek Farr, Helen Jessop, Dennis Ramsden, Alan Tilvern, Sheila Mercier, Andrew Sachs, Bernadette Gibson; dir:Wallace Douglas [32pp, 6x9; photos, including production shots; VG] £3

1967: LOOT - Joe Orton (Criterion) Dermot Tuohy, Sheila Ballantine, Michael Bates, Kenneth Cranham, Simon Ward, David Redmond; dir:Charles Marowitz [32pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1967: RELATIVELY SPEAKING - Alan Ayckbourn (Duke of York's) Judy Campbell, Michael Hordern, Richard Briers, Jennifer Hilary; dir:Nigel Patrick [16pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; date on cover (19.10.'67), else VG] £3

1967: HOWARD'S END - Lance Sieveking and Richard Cottrell, from the novel by E M Forster (New) Gwen Watford, Gemma Jones, Peter Furnell, Joyce Carey, Jessica Claridge, Andrew Ray, Carmel McSharry, Michael Goodliffe, Michael Culver, Vanessa Forsyth, Geoffrey Kenion, Kenneth McClellan, Marda Vanne; dir:Frith Banbury [32pp; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1967: A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG - Peter Nichols (Comedy) Joe Melia, Zena Walker, John Carson, Phyllida Law, Joan Hickson; dir:Michael Blakemore [32pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; with attractive full colour flyer; VG] £4

1967: ON APPROVAL - Frederick Lonsdale (St.Martin's) Polly Adams, Dulcie Grey, Michael Denison, Robert Flemyng; dir:Murray Macdonald [36pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1967: LA VISITE DE LA VIELLE DAME - Friedrich Durrenmatt (Comedie de l'Est on Tour) Valentine Tessier, Hubert Gignoux; dir:Gignoux [24pp, 6.25x9; biographies, photos, articles etc.; plus 32pp illustrated brochure, with tour details, company history etc.; VG] £4

1967: AFTER THE RAIN - Trevor Bowen (Duchess) Robert James, Gil Sutherland, Geoffrey Todd, Anthony Oliver, Alec McCowen, Valerie White, Douglas Sheldon, Malcolm Rogers, Maureen Pryor, Alan MacNaughtan, William Marlowe, Barbara Young; dir:Vivian Matalon [20pp, 6.75x9.4; photos; with ticket stapled to cover (17 Jan '67); VG] £3

Plays: 1968

1968: HADRIAN VII - Peter Luke (Mermaid) Douglas Rain, Jessica Dunning, Oliver Ford-Davies, Donald Eccles, Peggy Aitchison, Patrick McAlinney, William Bond, Brian Tully, John Gay, Brian Coburn, Dennis Edwards, Michael Menaugh, Simon Charles, Anthony King, Graham Leaman, Raymond Graham, Jeffrey Sacks, John C Wright, Roger Clayton, Alan Helm, Laurence Terry, David Ralph, Edmund Thomas, Ian Sharpe; dir:Peter Dews [32pp, 5x8; extensive articles, notes and photos; minor marks, else VG] £4

1968: HADRIAN VII - Peter Luke (Mermaid) Alec McCowen, Margaret Courtenay, Alan MacNaughtan, Donald Eccles, Peggy Aitchison, Patrick McAlinney, Paddy Ward, Brian Tully, Otto Diamant, Brian Coburn, Aidan Turner, Vivian Mackerrell, Patrick Marley, Bernard Clifton, Tom Dickson, Graham Leaman, Clifford Norgate, Jeffrey Sacks, Roger Clayton, Alan Helm, Laurence Terry, Peter Kenton, David Ralph, Tom Dickson, Alan Helm, Christopher Masters; dir:Peter Dews [32pp, 5x8; extensive articles, notes and photos; minor marks, else VG] £4

1968: HADRIAN VII - Peter Luke (Mermaid) Alec McCowen, Margaret Courtenay, Alan MacNaughtan, Donald Eccles, Peggy Aitchison, Patrick McAlinney, William Bond, Brian Tully, Otto Diamant, Brian Coburn, Dennis Edwards, Vivian Mackerrell, Patrick Marley, Anthony King, Graham Leaman, Raymond Graham, Jeffrey Sacks, John C Wright, Roger Clayton, Alan Helm, Laurence Terry, David Ralph, Edmund Thomas, Anthony King, Ian Sharpe, David Ralph; dir:Peter Dews [32pp, 5x8; extensive articles, notes and photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1968: HADRIAN VII (Mermaid Theatre) Postcard
[6"x4" Gordon Fraser postcard; VG] £1

1968: RELATIVELY SPEAKING - Alan Ayckbourn (Intimate Theatre, Palmer's Green) Rodney Diak, Janet Waldron, Philip Friend, Nicolette Roeg; dir:David Butler [16pp, 5.5x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £1

1968 (Nov): SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH - Tennessee Williams (Palace Theatre, Watford) Christopher Gable, Vivien Merchant, Hayne Ryan, Roy Stephens, John Savident, Kenneth Cranham, Bessie Love, Lans Traverse, Gavin Hardy, Betty McDowall; dir:Giles Havergal, des:Philip Prowse [12pp; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies, notes; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1968 (w/c 26 Feb): ENTER A FREE MAN - Tom Stoppard (Theatre Royal, Brighton) Michael Hordern, Megs Jenkins, Vanessa Forsyth, Roland Curram, Maria Charles, Liam Gaffney, Roy Holder, Kenneth McClellan; dir:Frith Banbury [20pp; cast biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1968 (w/c 4 Mch): RELATIVELY SPEAKING - Alan Ayckbourn (Theatre Royal, Brighton) John Carlisle, Anne Lawson, Raymond Francis, Evelyn Laye; dir:Donald Sinden [20pp; cast biographies, credits etc.; "direct from over 380 performances at the The Duke of York's Theatre, London"; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1968: THE OUTCRY - Henry James (Arts Theatre of London) Vincent Worth, Michael Latimer, Helen Christie, Deborah Youlten, Murray Kash, Anna Barry, Kenneth Farrington, George Coulouris, John Garretty; dir:Campbell Allen [12pp, 5.5x8.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, programme notes etc.; VG] £2

1968: PYGMALION - Bernard Shaw (Colchester Theatre) Keith Grenville, Barbara Barnett, Damien Thomas, Kenneth Bryers, Vyvian Hall, Monica Stewart; dir:David Buxton [8pp; cast photos; minor marks, else VG] £2

1968: MONTSERRAT - Emmanuel Robles, adapted by Lilian Hellman (Vanbrugh Theatre Club) R.A.D.A. production: Thomas Chesleigh, Jeffery Pomerantz, Hugh Ross (as Montserrat), David Bradley, Robert Ashley, Tim Fearon, Desmond McNamara, Jeffrey Shankley, Michael Murray, Richard Beckinsale (aged 20), Andrew Neil, Virginia Scott-King, Raymond Skipp, Jean Leppard, A G Milner; dir:Heinz Bernard [4pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, credits etc.; VG] £3

1968: RING ROUND THE MOON - Jean Anouilh (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Robert Eddison, John Standing, Angela Thorne, Moyra Fraser, Kenneth Fortescue, Isabel Jeans, Daphne Newton, Bill Fraser, John Warner, Maureen O'Brien, Flora Robson, Geoffrey King, Patrick Marley, Paul Hastings; dir:Noel Willman [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: MOONEY AND HIS CARAVANS - Peter Terson, THE HA-HA - adapted from Jennifer Dawson's novel by Richard Eyre (Hampstead Theatre Club) Mooney: Barry Evans, Diana Bishop, dir:James Ferman; Ha-Ha: James Laurenson, Miriam Margolyes, Rosemary McHale, Angela Pleasance, Pamela Vezey; dir:Richard Eyre [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast lists, credits, theatre notes etc.; VG] £3

1968: CANDIDA - George Bernard Shaw (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford) Charles Tingwell, Susanna Pinney, Steven Barnes, Arthur Brough, Moira Redmond, Royce Mills; dir:Giles Havergal [20pp, 5.5x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, programme note, credits etc.; very light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1968: THE SECRETARY BIRD - William Douglas Home (Savoy) Kenneth More, Jane Downs, Terence Longden, Katherine Parr, Judith Arthy; dir:Philip Dudley [16pp, 6.5x8.7; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits; 10 cast and production photos; VG] £4

1968: THE QUEEN'S HIGHLAND SERVANT - William Douglas Home (Savoy) Pamela Stanley (as Queen Victoria), Nicolette Bernard, Archie Duncan (as John Brown), Ronald Adam, David Crosse (for Richard Gale), Frederick Peisley, Sean Arnold, Jeffrey Segal, Ernest Hare, David Garth, Norman Pitt, Neil Williams, Raymond Young; dir:Hugh Goldie [12pp, 6.5x8.7; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, 8 biographies w.photos, note on The Queen's Ghillie by William Douglas Home; date on cover, else VG] £3

1968: THE PROMISE - Aleksei Arbuzov (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry) Tina Packer, Paul Moriarty, Sean Barrett [16pp, 5.75x8.75; cast list, biographies, programme notes, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £2

1968: THE RULING CLASS - Peter Barnes (Nottingham Playhouse) Peter Whitbread, Timothy Block, Dudley Jones, Ronald Magill, David Dodimead, Peter Eyre, Moira Redmond, Francis Thomas, Derek Godfrey, David Neal, Joan White, Elizabeth Tyrrell, Vivienne Martin, Ken Hutchison, Ben Lefevre, Laurence Harrington, Nicholas Clay, John Manford, Richard Harbord; dir:Stuart Burge [20pp, 5.7x8.9; cast list, biographies, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1968: JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK - Sean O'Casey (Theatre Royal, Bristol) Peter Whitbread (as Jack Boyle), Thelma Whiteley (as Juno), Desmond Gill, Susan Tebbs, Donald Pelmear, Doreen Keogh, Ian Marter, Thelma Barlow, David Calder, Alan Moore, Brian Ralph, Myles Hoyle, Patrick Horne, Sarah Lewis, Christopher Ashley; dir:Antony Tuckey [16pp, 4.75x9; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; minor marks else VG] £3

1968: MRS. MOUSE, ARE YOU WITHIN? - Frank Marcus (Theatre Royal, Bristol) Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Angela Down, Peter Whitbread, John Warner, Lee Davis; dir:Val May [16pp, 4.75x9; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1968: THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND - Tom Stoppard, and THE AUDITION - Sean Patrick Vincent, music by Andrew Lawson-Johnston (Criterion) Richard Briers (as Moon), Ronnie Barker (as Birdboot), Josephine Tewson (as Mrs Drudge), Robin Ellis, Patricia Shakesby, Carolin Blakiston, Antony Webb, Hugh Walters, David Baxter, George King, Jean Hart, Jill Johnson, Ronald Cream, Mervyn Pascoe; dir:Robert Chetwyn, David Calderisi [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1968: A BOSTON STORY - Ronald Gow, based on Watch and Ward by Henry James (Duchess) Tony Britton, Rosmond Burne, Basil Hoskins, Dinah Sheridan, Nicola Pagett, Patrick Mower; dir:Malcolm Farquhar [28pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1968: LOOK BACK IN ANGER - John Osborne (Criterion) Victor Henry, Jane Asher, Martin Shaw, Caroline Mortimer, Edward Jewesbury; dir:Anthony Page [28pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1968: THE ITALIAN GIRL - James Saunders and Iris Murdoch (Wyndham's) Richard Pasco, Timothy West, Elizabeth Sellars, Deborah Grant, Christopher Guinee, Imogen Hassall, Jane Wenham; dir:Val May [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1968: SOLDIERS - Rolf Hochhuth (New) John Colicos (as Winston Churchill), Raymond Huntley, Patrick Waddington, Joanna Dunham, George Coulouris, John Carlisle, Russell Hunter, Ernest Bale, William Russell, Alec Clunes; dir:Clifford Williams [28pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos, programme notes etc.; VG] £4

1968: RELATIVELY SPEAKING - Alan Ayckbourn (Duke of York's) Judy Campbell, Colin Gordon, Philip Guard, Polly Adams; dir:Nigel Patrick [16pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1968: YOU KNOW I CAN'T HEAR YOU WHEN THE WATER'S RUNNING - Robert Anderson (New) Mason Adams, Robert Robinson, Nicole Shelby, Tom Ewell, Rosemary Murphy; dir:Jose Ferrer [28pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1968: JANIE JACKSON - Robert P Hillier (New) Marlene Warfield, Earl Cameron, Adelaide Hall, Peter Newton, Horace James, Calvin Butler, Rudolph Walker; dir:Peter Cotes [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1968: TIME PRESENT - John Osborne (Duke of York's) English Stage Company: Valerie Taylor, Sarah Taunton, Katharine Blake, Jill Bennett, Geoffrey Frederick, Tom Adams, Kika Markham, Harry Landis; dir:Anthony Page [16pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies 4 full-page cast sketches etc.; slight vertical bend, else VG] £3

1968: SPITTING IMAGE - Colin Spencer (Duke of York's) Julian Holloway, Derek Fowlds, Susan Williamson, Frank Middlemass, Lally Bowers, Di Seaney, Michael Irving, Barbara Bolton, Philip Woods; dir:James Roose-Evans [16pp, 6x9; cast list, eight biographies w.photos, credits; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1968: LITTLE BOXES - John Bowen (Duchess) David Cook, Sylvia Coleridge, Anna Cropper, Peter Howell, June Jago, Elizabeth MacLennan, Frank Middlemass, Larry Noble, Maureen Pryor; dir:Philip Grout [28pp, 6x9; cast photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1968: FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES - John Herbert (Comedy) Al Mancini, Peter Marinker, Louis Negin, Robert Howay, George Margo, John Higgins, Robert Sherman, Tony Sibbald, Carl Oatley; dir:Charles Marowitz [32pp, 6x9; cast photos; minor marks, else VG] £4

1968: BRIEF LIVES - James Aubrey, adapted by Patrick Garland (Criterion) Roy Dotrice; dir:Patrick Garland [28pp, 6x9; photos] £2

1968: JIMMY SHINE - Murray Schisgal (Brooks Atkinson Theatre, NY) Dustin Hoffman [76pp, 6x9; Playbill Vol.5 No.11; interview with Hoffman; photos, articles etc.] £4

1968: NOT NOW DARLING - Ray Cooney and John Chapman (Strand) Ann Sidney, Bernard Cribbins, Carmel McSharry, Pearl Hackney, Donald Sinden, Brian Wilde, Jill Melford, Tom Gill, Shirley Stelfox, Mary Kenton, David Hargreaves; dir:Patrick Cargill [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1968: OH, CLARENCE! - John Chapman (Strand) Agnes Lauchlan, James Hayter, David Rowlands, Naunton Wayne, Janice Gordon, Tamara Ustinov, Peggy Mount, April Walker, Jon Pertwee, David Morton, Robertson Hare, Austin Trevor, Brian Cullis; dir:Charles Hickman [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, 8 excellent production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: DEAR OCTOPUS - Dodie Smith (Piccadilly) Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Lally Bowers, Dorothy Primrose, Ursula Howells, Richard Todd, Geoffrey Kenion, Madelyn Fletcher, Gary Warren, Christopher Reynolds, Nicola Novello, Joyce Carey, Valerie White, Cyril Wheeler, Pamela Coveney, Perlita Neilson, Constance Lorne, Dorothy Batley; dir:Frith Banbury [24pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, cast biographies with photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: DEAR OCTOPUS - Dodie Smith (Strand) Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Lally Bowers, Dorothy Primrose, Ursula Howells, Richard Todd, Geoffrey Kenion, Madeleine Fletcher, Gary Warren, Christopher Reynalds, Vivienne Holden, Joyce Carey, Valerie White, Cyril Wheeler, Pamela Coveney, Perlita Neilson, Constance Lorne, Dorothy Batley; dir:Frith Banbury [28pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, cast biographies with photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: HAY FEVER - Noel Coward (Strand) Linda Marlowe, Peter Gale, Dorothy Primrose, Mary Kerridge (as Judith Bliss), John Counsell (as David Bliss), Edmund Pegge, Shirley Cain, Michael Malnick, Jenny Counsell; dir:Joan Riley [24pp, 7.25x9.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, cast biographies with photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

Plays: 1969

1969 (w/c 14 Apr): MR. PLUTO'S PURSUIT - John M Smith (Leas Pavilion, Folkestone) Arthur Brough Players: Renee Bourne-Webb, John Clegg, Peter McCredie, Susanna Pinney, Michael Walker, Lawrence Sewell, Sally Goldie; dir:David Blagden [12pp, 5x7.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; "Our Fortieth Season"; VG] £3

1969: AARON THY BROTHER - Conor Farrington (Peacock at The Abbey Theatre, Dublin) Martin Dempsey, Seamus Newham, Kathleen Barrington, Leslie Lalor, Mark Mulholland, Pat Laffan, Eamon Howard, Edward Stapleton, Dominic Roche, Edward Byrne, Joe Dowling, Eamon Kelly, Alan Devlin, Patrick Duggan, Robert Carlile, John Kavanagh, Des Ellis; dir:Sean Cotter [8pp, 5x8.1; cast list, notes, biographies, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £4

1969: THE DISORDERLY WOMEN - John Bowen (Stables Theatre Club) Maureen Lipman (aged 22), Richard Howard, Carla Challenor, Robert Morris, Andre van Gyseghem, Celia Hewitt, Ann Rye, Maureen Pryor, Marion Winton, William Roache, Vivienne Davies, William Simons, John Fraser; dir:John Bowen [8pp, 8.1x5.9; brief cast biographies, rehearsal photo; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1969: ONE FOR THE POT - Ray Cooney and Tony Hilton (Castle Theatre, Farnham) Eve Shickle, Christine Welch, Peter Polak, Jonathan Adams (as Jonathan Hardcastle), John Dallimore, Adrian Reynolds, Frank Moorey, Gavin Reed (as Hickory Wood), Tina Bicat; dir:Rex Doyle [12pp, 5.5x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies etc.; VG] £2

1969: CANNIBAL CRACKERS - John Fraser (Hampstead Theatre Club) Jessie Evans, Adam Verney, Michael Bates, Rodney Diak, Robert McComb, Hilda Braid, Georgine Anderson; dir:Robert Chetwyn [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits, biographies etc.; VG] £2

1969: LIFE PRICE - Michael O'Neill and Jeremy Seabrook (Royal Court) June Brown, Christine Hargreaves, Mary MacLeod, Tina Packer, June Watson, Diana Coupland, Derek Carpenter, Anthony Sagar, Thelma Whiteley, Alec Ross, Philip Woods, Edward Clayton, James Mellor, Yvonne Antrobus, Anthony Douse, Julie Kennard, Allan Mitchell, Patrick Godfrey; dir:Peter Gill [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: HIDE OUT - Alan Thornhill (Westminster Theatre) Victor Lucas, Miranda Forbes, Mary Jones, Geoffrey Colvile, Lisa Rayne, Philip Friend, Antony Higginson, David Steuart, Richard Warner, David Beale, Robin Bowne, Michael Knowles; dir:Henry Cass [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1969 (w/c 17 Jun): THE LONG, THE SHORT AND THE TALL - Willis Hall (Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon) Kenneth Gilbert, Anthony Morton, Howell Evans, Melvyn Hayes, Teddy Green, Anthony Booth, David Lloyd Meredith, David Grey; dir:George Roman [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1969: THE ENTERTAINER - John Osborne (Nottingham Playhouse) Nottingham Playhouse Company: David Bird, Kika Markham, Denis Quilley (as Archie Rice), Kathleen Michael, Richard Horbord, John Shorter, Bruce Myles, Yvonne Lamounte; dir:William Chappell [20pp, 5.7x8.9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD - J M Synge (Nottingham Playhouse) Nottingham Playhouse Company: Barrie Rutter (as Christy Mahon), John Shorter, Alan Foss, Cherith Mellor, Colette O'Neill, Bruce Myles, John Joyce, John Manford, Penelope Wilton, Jean Gilpin, Evadne Sefton, Richard Harbord, Nicholas Clay, Paul Coulthard, Gabriel Prendergast, Katie Rogers, Keith Haughton, Frank Kenny, Colin Richardson; dir:T P McKenna [20pp, 5.7x8.9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: THE DEMONSTRATION - David Caute (Nottingham Playhouse) Nottingham Playhouse Company: Robert East, Cherith Mellor, Nicholas Clay, Alec Heggie, Penelope Wilton, Marius Goring, Francis Thomas, Bruce Purchase, Anna Wing, Jon Whatson, Trevor T Smith, Lois Baxter, Bruce Myles, John Manford, Martin Thurley, Helen Lloyd, Donald Gee, Frank Middlemass, Peter Whitbread, Peter Eyre, Leo Dolan, Jane Fox, Michael Jeffries, Jay Truscott, David Plowright, Christopher Wood, Tony White, David Clough, Rupert Auchterlonie, Michael Barnard, Irwin Bottomley, Chris Brierley, Susan Carter, Wendy Cole, Robert B Davidson, Sara Davidson, Lynne Davey, Beverley Eades, Bob Evans, Simon Garbutt, Stu Harrison, Nicolette Hughes, Judy Kelham, Andrew Mackay, Pauline Martine, Cassandra Mellor, Jim Miller, Lawrence Morgan, Chris Penter, Carol Robins, John Ruddy, Alec Sabin, Kevin Cole; dir:Stuart Burge [20pp, 5.7x8.9; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1969: WIDOWERS' HOUSES - Bernard Shaw (Nottingham Playhouse) Nottingham Playhouse Company: Frank Middlemass, Robin Ellis, Anthony Newlands, Nicola Pagett, Francis Thomas, Nicholas Clay, Larry Noble, Penelope Wilton; dir:Michael Blakemore [20pp, 5.7x8.9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: WIDOWERS' HOUSES - Bernard Shaw (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford) Nottingham Playhouse Company: Frank Middlemass, Robin Ellis, Anthony Newlands, Nicola Pagett, Francis Thomas, Nicholas Clay, Larry Noble, Penelope Wilton; dir:Michael Blakemore [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £3

1969: THE BOOTLEG GENTLEMAN adapted from Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme by Michael Bogdanov (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford) Bill Wallis, Lewis Fiander, Maggie Jones, Rita Merkelis, John Rye, Debbie Bowen, Bob Hornery, Michael da Costa; dir:Michael Bogdanov [20pp; extensive notes; minor marks, else VG] £3

1969: DEAD SILENCE! - Monte Doyle (Whitehall) John Horsley, Anthony King, Iain Blair, John D Collins, Alfred Marks, Russell Napier, Emrys Jones, Elisabeth Murray, Carol Passmore, Brian Badcoe, Peggy Thorpe-Bates, Carl Rigg; dir:Jordan Lawrence [16pp, 6.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; ] £3

1969: HADRIAN VII - Peter Luke (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Douglas Rain, Jessica Dunning, Oliver Ford-Davies, Donald Eccles, Peggy Aitchison, Patrick McAlinney, William Bond, Frederick Farley, John Gay, Brian Coburn, Dennis Edwards, Christopher Masters, Simon Charles, Lawrence Beattie, Raymond Graham, Graham Leaman, Desmond Stokes, John C Wright, Ian East, Alan Helm, Peter Sergeant, Robert Luckham, David Ralph, Mark Johnson; dir:Peter Dews [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, programme note, production photo, 12 cast photos, article on Rolfe, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1969: HADRIAN VII - Peter Luke (Theatre Royal, Haymarket) Paul Daneman, Madeleine Newbury, Norman Wooland, Donald Eccles, Peggy Aitchison, Patrick McAlinney, Raymond Graham, Frederick Farley, John Gay, Brian Coburn, Dennis Edwards, Henry Knowles, Patrick Cato, Bernard Clifton, John Ingram, Desmond Stokes, John C Wright, David Bedard, Philippe Chambers, Martin Cort, Ian East, Paul Gregory, Philip Miller, Gordon Winter; dir:Peter Dews [16pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, programme note, production photo, 12 cast photos, article on Rolfe, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: RELATIVELY SPEAKING - Alan Ayckbourn (Theatre Royal, Bristol) Royce Mills, Mel Martin, John Hussey, Eleanor Bron; dir:David Phethean [16pp, 4.9x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1969: MAJOR BARBARA - Bernard Shaw (Theatre Royal, Bristol) Sonia Dresdel, Simon Cadell, Jeremy Irons, Mel Martin, Eleanor Bron (as Major Barbara), Royce Mills, Stephen Moore, John Hussey (as Andrew Undershaft), Hazel Clyne, Tim Pigott-Smith, Julie Hallam, Richard Beale, Chris Harris, Audrey Noble, Michael Hadley; dir:Val May [16pp, 4.9x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969 (19-20 May): STRIPED DREAM (Sadler's Wells) The Black Theatre Of Prague: Milada Anderlova, Renata Tumova, Eva Schoberova, Jarmila Pohlova, Jiri Anderle, Frantisek Kratochvil, Frantisek Spergr; dir:Jiri Srnec [16pp, 5.25x9; with flyer, containing booking details and substantial programme note about the company; VG] £1

1969: PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM - Woody Allen (Globe) Dudley Moore, Patricia Brake, Bill Kerr, Terence Edmond, Lorna Heilbron, Anne de Vigier, Jennifer Clulow, Juliet Kempson, Angela Ryder, Vicki Michelle, Vivienne Cohen; dir:Joseph Hardy [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: FORTY YEARS ON - Alan Bennett (Apollo)
Emlyn Williams, Paul Eddington, Alan Bennett, Heather Chasen, Gwen Nelson, Nicholas Young, John Gould, Anthony Andrews, Roger Brain, Andrew Branch, William Burleigh, Iain Burton, Sean Bury, Philip Chappell, Thomas Cockrell, George Fenton, Freddie Foot, Rufus Frampton, Paul Guess, Dickie Harris, Stephen Leigh, Keith McNally, Stephen Price, Colin Reese, Peter Richardson, Paul Sanders, Merlin Ward, Robert Wilcox; dir:Patrick Garland [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, 6 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: SO WHAT ABOUT LOVE? - Leonard Webb (Criterion) Sheila Hancock, John Thaw, Ann Bell, Peter Blythe; dir:Herbert Wise [20pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: HIS HERS AND THEIRS - Hugh and Margaret Williams (Apollo) Gladys Cooper, Roland Culver, Faith Brook, Simon Williams, Jacqueline Maude, Belinda Carroll [24pp, 6x9; cast photos, set design; minor marks, else VG] £4

1969: THE PRICE - Arthur Miller (Duke of York's) Alan White, Beth Harris, Robert MacLeod, David Bauer; dir:Arthur Miller [16pp, 6x9; cast photos; minor marks, else VG] £3

1969: THE PRICE - Arthur Miller (Duke of York's) Albert Salmi, Kate Reid, Harold Gray, Shepperd Strudwick; dir:Arthur Miller [16pp, 6x9; two production photos, cast photos and biographies; VG] £4

1969: LOVERS - Brian Friel (Fortune) Park Theatre Company: Joe Lynch, Fidelma Murphy, Eamon Morissey, Anna Manahan, Ruth Durley; dir:Hilton Edwards [24pp, 6x9; cast photos; VG] £3

1969: THERE'LL BE SOME CHANGES MADE - Alun Owen (Fortune) Park Theatre Company: Gemma Jones, Carmen Munroe, David Battley, Alan Lake; dir:Donald McWhinnie [24pp, 6x9; cast photos; VG] £3

1969: HONOUR & OFFER - Henry Livings (Fortune) Park Theatre Company: John Sharp, Ursula Smith, Ken Wynne, Ray Mort; dir:John Neville [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1969: NOT NOW DARLING - Ray Cooney and John Chapman (Strand) Donald Sinden, Bernard Cribbins, Jill Melford, Mary Kenton, Brian Wilde, Carmel McSharry; dir:Patrick Cargill [24pp, 6x9; cast photos; minor marks, else VG] £4

1969: BRIEF LIVES John Aubrey, adapted by Patrick Garland (Criterion) Roy Dotrice; dir:Patrick Garland [24pp, 6x9; photos etc.; light vertical bend, minor marks, else VG] £2

1969: THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO UI - Bertolt Brecht (Saville) Leonard Rossiter, Christopher Benjamin, Sheila Ballantine, Stephen Churchett; dir:Michael Blakemore [24pp, 6x9; photos; VG] £4

1969: LOOT - Joe Orton (Oxford Playhouse) Lincoln Theatre Company production: John Halstead, Brian Tree, Derek Fuke, Ronald Hackett, Joanna Tope, Martin Duncan; dir:Philip Hedley [20pp, 6x9; photos, notes, biographies; VG] £2

1969: CONDUCT UNBECOMING - Barry England (Queen's) Jeremy Clyde, Paul Jones, Michael Barrington, Peter Howell, Tony Steedman, Martin Friend, Donald Pickering, Jonathan Elsom, Rowland Davies, Ian Marter, Gareth Hunt, Stewart Bevan, Peter Smart, Peter Bland, Sean Street, Maxine Audley, Gwynne Whitby, Saja Kumari, Cherina Mann, Vivienne Dixon, Almond Plomley, John Guest, Michael Hamilton, Laurence Rooke; dir:Val May [24pp, 6x9; biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: CONDUCT UNBECOMING - Barry England (Queen's) Jeremy Clyde, Paul Jones, Michael Barrington, Peter Howell, Tony Steedman, Martin Friend, Donald Pickering, Jonathan Elsom, Rowland Davies, Malcolm Bullivant, Gareth Hunt, Stewart Bevan, Peter Smart, Peter Bland, Sean Street, Maxine Audley, Gwynne Whitby, Saja Kumari, Cherina Mann, Lynn Moore, Almond Plomley, John Guest, Michael Hamilton, Laurence Rooke; dir:Val May [24pp, 6x9; biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: THE BOYS IN THE BAND - Mart Crowley (Wyndham's) Kenneth Nelson, Frederick Combs, Tom Aldredge, Keith Prentice, Laurence Luckinbill, Reuben Greene, Peter White, Robert La Tourneaux, Leonard Frey; dir:Robert Moore [24pp, 6x9; biographies, photos etc.; VG] £4

1969: THE BOYS IN THE BAND - Mart Crowley (Wyndham's) Douglas Lambert, Graham James, Terry Scully, Tony Anholt, William Gaunt, Neville Aurelius, Donald Douglas, John Hamill, John Carlisle; dir:Robert Moore [24pp, 6x9; biographies, photos etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1969: ON A FOGGY DAY - John Kerr (St.Martin's) Siobhan McKenna, Margaret Lockwood, Kenneth Connor, Saeed Jaffrey; dir:Charles Hickman [16pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1969: PLAZA SUITE - Neil Simon (Lyric) John Leeson, Rosemary Harris, Paul Rogers, Antony Stamboulieh, Gillian Lewis; dir:Harvey Medlinsky [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1969: MIXED DOUBLES - Alan Ayckbourn, John Bowen, Lyndon Brook, David Campton, George Melly, Alun Owen, Harold Pinter, James Saunders, Fay Weldon (Comedy) Vivien Merchant, Nigel Stock, Andree Melly, Oscar Quitak, Victor Maddern; dir:Alexander Dore [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1969: THE RULING CLASS - Peter Barnes (Piccadilly) Derek Godfrey, Peter Whitbread, Robert Robinson, Dudley Jones, Ronald Magill, David Dodimead, Jonathan Cecil, Irene Hamilton, Brown Derby, David Neal, Ann Heffernan, Elizabeth Tyrrell, Vivienne Martin, Ken Hutchison, Terence Ratcliffe, Laurence Harrington, Vicky Clayton, C.Denier Warren, Timothy Welsh; dir:Stuart Burge [24pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; minor marks else VG] (£4) SOLD

1969: THE YOUNG CHURCHILL - David Aukin, John Gilbert, Robin Midgley (Duchess) John Robinson, Avice Landon, A.J.Brown, Clive Swift; dir:Robin Midgley [28pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; date on cover, else VG] £4

1969: THE HOTEL IN AMSTERDAM - John Osborne (Duke of York's) English Stage Company: Geoffrey Wright, Joss Ackland, Kenneth Haig, Isabel Dean, Judy Parfitt, Elizabeth Bell, David Burke, Derek Woodward, Claire Davidson; dir:Anthony Page [16pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; marks on cover, else VG] £2

1969: THE MOUSETRAP - Agatha Christie (Ambassadors) Anne Godley, Neville Barber, Christopher Dunham, Dorothy Batley, Hugh Moxey, Stephanie Cole, Gabor Vernon, Ian Cullen; dir:Joan Knight [16pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies w.photos etc.; names and date (November 1st 1969) on cover, else VG] £1

1969: HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL - Robert Tanitch (Cambridge Theatre) Eunice Black, Hermione Gingold, Christopher Robbie, Richard Vernon, William Kendall, Ricardo Hermanny, Bail Hoskins, Harold Kasket, Richard Hurndall, Powell Jones, Bob Hornery, Graham Corry, Michael Fleming; dir:Malcolm Farquhar [16pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, 6 biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3


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