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Musicals: 1960

1960: MAKE ME AN OFFER - Monty Norman, David Heneker, Wolf Mankowitz (New)
Theatre Workshop production: Daniel Massey, Diana Coupland, Martin Miller, Wally Patch, Sheila Hancock, Dilys Laye, Victor Spinetti, Chuck Julian, Roy Kinnear, Bernard Goldman, Martin Sills, Bernard Martin, Tom Fletcher, Howard Greene, Martin Lawrence, Marjorie Lawrence, Roberta Kirkwood, Mereline Kendall, Frieda Knorr; dir:Joan Littlewood [16pp, 4.9x7.2; cast list, 8 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1960: MAKE ME AN OFFER - Monty Norman, David Heneker, Wolf Mankowitz (New)
Theatre Workshop production: Daniel Massey, Diana Coupland, Meier Tzelniker, Wally Patch, Sheila Hancock, Dilys Laye, Victor Spinetti, Chuck Julian, Roy Kinnear, Bernard Goldman, Martin Sills, Bernard Martin, Tom Fletcher, Howard Greene, Martin Lawrence, Marjorie Lawrence, Roberta Kirkwood, Mereline Kendall, Frieda Knorr; dir:Joan Littlewood [16pp, 4.9x7.2; cast list, production photo, 8 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, bite out of back cover, else VG] £2

1960: IRMA LA DOUCE - Marguerite Monnot, Alexandre Breffort, Julian More, David Heneker, Monty Norman (Lyric)
Clive Revill, Elisabeth Seal, Howard Short, David Evans, Ronald Barker, Frank Olegario, Gerard Hely, John East, John Neville, Julian Orchard, William Thorburn, Harry Goodier, Roy Evans, Roy Desmond, Bill Morgan; dir:Peter Brook [8pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1960: FINGS AIN'T WOT THEY USED TO BE - Lionel Bart, Frank Norman (Garrick)
Theatre Workshop production: Miriam Karlin, James Booth, Wallas Eaton, Glynn Edwards, Barbara Windsor, Toni Palmer, Tom Chatto, Paddy Joyce, Edward Caddick, Yootha Joyce, George Sewell; dir:Joan Littlewood [20pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, 4 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1960: OLIVER! - Lionel Bart (New)
Keith Hamshere (as Oliver), Paul Whitsun-Jones, Hope Jackman, Betty Turner, Barry Humphries (as Mr.Sowerberry), Sonia Fraser, Apple Brook, Trevor Ray, Ron Moody (as Fagin), Martin Horsey, Georgia Brown, Diane Gray, Danny Sewell, George Bishop, Claude Jones, Madeleine Newbury; dir:Peter Coe, designed by Sean Kenny [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, cast photos and biographies, musical numbers, credits etc.; lightly creased, else VG] £4

1960: FOLLOW THAT GIRL - Julian Slade, Dorothy Reynolds (Vaudeville)
Peter Gilmore, Susan Hampshire, James Cairncross, Patricia Routledge, Philip Guard, Robert McBain, Newton Blick, Marion Grimaldi, Bridget Armstrong, Grazina Frame, Betty Wood, John Baddeley, John Davidson, John Morley, David Ryder, Elizabeth Henry, Bernard Dickerson; dir:Denis Carey [12pp, 5x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £1

1960: THE MOST HAPPY FELLA - Frank Loesser (London Coliseum)
John Adams, Libi Staiger (as Cleo), Bernice Adams, Susan Foster, Joan Jemison, Carole Naylor, David Kerr, George Lucas, Brian Todd, Paula Edwards, Helena Leahy, Anna Peters, Gaynor Rees, Bobby Scott Webster, Robin Palmer, David Williams, Frederick Williams, Helena Scott (as Rosabella), William Dickie, Inia Te Wiata (as Tony), Alan Jones, Nina Verushka (as Marie), Jack deLon (as Herman), John Lloyd Parry, Peter Rhodes, Alan Thomas, Art Lund (as Joe), Rico Froehlich, Ralph Farnworth, John Clifford, Jean Speare, Robert Harvey, Walter Midgeley, Lewis Henry, Janina Faye, Kenneth Nash, Peter Hudson; originally directed by Joseph Anthony, re-directed by Jerome Eskow, musical direction by Kenneth Alwyn [20pp, 6.5x8.5; cast list, biographies, 9 cast photos, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1960: ROSE MARIE - Rudolf Friml, Herbert Stothart, Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein (Victoria Palace)
Maggie Fitzgibbon, Andy Cole, James Sharkey, John Martin, Gillian Lynne, Anthony Chinn, Ronnie Stevens, David Whitfield, Stephanie Voss, Rosaline Haddon; dir:Freddie Carpenter [16pp, 5.6x8.75; cast list, 7 cast photos, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1960: WEST SIDE STORY - Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Arthur Laurents (Her Majesty's)
George Chakiris (as Riff), Don McKay, Eddie Roll, Riggs O'Hara, Tony Manning, Tony Adams, Patrick McIntyre, Franklin Fox, Lindsay Dolan, Vincent Logan, Leslie Franzos, Christine Haughton, Derina House, Leander Fedden, Jean Deeks, Sylvia Tysick, Ken Le Roy (as Bernardo), Marlys Watters (as Maria), Mary Preston (as Anita), Ben Gerard, Peter Godeno, Gordon Wales, Don Percassi, Leo Kharibian (as Anxious), Rikki Septimus, Geoff L'Cise, Barry Irwin, Carol Gray, Patsy Porter, Gloria Higdon, Valerie Lloyd, Lina Soriano, Virginia Mason, David Bauer, Ed Devereux, Hal Galili, David Holliday; dir:Jerome Robbins [20pp, 6.75x9.3; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, 3 production photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1960: MY FAIR LADY - Allan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe, adapted from Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Joan Elvin, Terry Williams, Wilhelm Maurer, Linda Gray, Anne Rogers (as Eliza Doolittle), Leonard Weir, Hugh Paddick (as Colonel Pickering), Vernon Joyner, Alec Clunes (as Professor Higgins), Alan Dudley, Reg Templar, Gavin Gordon, Robert Crane, John Moore, Howard Davies, Robin Dunbell, Mostyn Evans, James Hayter (as Alfred Doolittle), Betty Woolfe, Elaine Garreau, Elaine Lovegrove, Maureen Keetch, Freda Sessions, Mercia Glossop, Betty Benfield, Zena Dare (as Mrs Higgins), Alan Burton, Peter Newton, Lee Kenton, Alan Dudley, Charmian Burn, Wallace Stephenson, Margaret Halstan, Willow Stockdale; dir:Moss Hart [24pp, 6.8x9.6; cast list, biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, 5 cast photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

Musicals: 1961

1961: KING KONG A Jazz Musical - Todd Matshikiza, Pat Williams, Ralph Trewhela, Harry Bloom (Princes)
Nathan Mdledle (as King Kong), Peggy Phango (as Joyce), Joe Mogotsi, Stephen Moloi, Patience Gowabe, Ben Masinga, Sophie Mgcina, Aaron Modise, Rufus Khoza, Ronnie Majola, Jerry Tsagane, Ernest Mohlomi, Bennet Masango, Gwigwi Mrwebi, Phyllis Mqomo, Tandi Kumalo, Florence Chembeni, Alton Kumalo, Victor Ndlazelwane, James Thompson, Abigail Kubeka, Hazel Futa (former Miss South Africa 1955), Vinah Bendile, Martha Mdenge, Wanda Makhubu, Tommy Wilson Buson, Lemmy "Special" Mabaso; dir:Leon Gluckman [24pp, 4.8x7.25; cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, glossary, programme notes, credits etc.; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1961: FINGS AIN'T WOT THEY USED TO BE - Lionel Bart, Frank Norman (Garrick)
Theatre Workshop production: Bryan Pringle, Miriam Karlin, Wally Patch, Tom Chatto, Yootha Joyce, Toni Palmer, Barbara Windsor, Victor Spinetti, Edward Caddick, Wallas Eaton, Michael O'Brien, Mary Davies, Mary Sheen; dir:Joan Littlewood [20pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, 4 production photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1961: OKLAHOMA! - Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (Golders Green Hippodrome)
Nita Croft (as Aunt Eller), Kevin Scott (as Curly), Paula Hendrix (as Laurey), Chris Dyson, Vincent Charles, Charles Yates (as Will Parker), Don McManus (as Jud Fry), Susan Irvin (as Ado Annie), Jerry Dane, Jenny Sheridan, Gloria Farndell, Jill Donahue, Judith Lloyd-Thomas, Norman Leggatt, Patricia Martine, Laurie Webb, Bill Futter, Douglas Pearson, John Raven, Janice Whalen, Hein Viljoen; dir:Jerome Whyte, choreography reproduced by Oenone Talbot [12pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1961: OLIVER! - Lionel Bart (New)
Keith Hamshere (as Oliver), Paul Whitsun-Jones, Hope Jackman, Betty Turner, Barry Humphries (as Mr Sowerberry), Sonia Fraser, Apple Brook, Trevor Ray, Ron Moody (as Fagin), Martin Horsey, Georgia Brown, Diane Gray, Danny Sewell, George Bishop, Claude Jones, Madeleine Newbury; dir:Peter Coe, designed by Sean Kenny [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, cast photos and biographies, musical numbers, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £2

1961: OLIVER - Lionel Bart (New)
Martin Stephens (as Oliver), Paul Whitsun-Jones, Hope Jackman, Betty Turner, Barry Humphries (as Mr Sowerberry), Julian Nelson, Apple Brook, Trevor Ray, John Bluthal (as Fagin), Martin Horsey, Georgia Brown, Winnie Hunt, Danny Sewell, George Bishop, Claude Jones, Elsie Winsor; dir:Peter Coe, designed by Sean Kenny [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, cast photos, musical numbers, credits etc.; lightly creased, else VG] £3

1961: OLIVER! - Lionel Bart (New)
Royston Thomas (as Oliver), Paul Whitsun-Jones, Hope Jackman, Betty Turner, Barry Humphries (as Mr Sowerberry), Sonia Fraser, Apple Brook, Trevor Ray, Ron Moody (as Fagin), Martin Horsey, Georgia Brown, Diane Gray, Danny Sewell, George Bishop, Claude Jones, Madeleine Newbury; dir:Peter Coe, designed by Sean Kenny [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, cast photos and biographies, musical numbers, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £3

1961: THE MUSIC MAN - Meredith Willson (Adelphi)
Clifford Baker, Keith Galloway, Peter Hudson, Austin Kent, Graham Smith, Evan Thomas, Thomas Walling, Michael Malnick, Vernon Rees, Van Johnson (as Harold Hill), Colin Cunningham, Jimmy Phillips, June Grant, Maureen Hartley, Leonie Jessel, Joan O'Sullivan, Gaynor Rees, Margaret Smith, C.Denier Warren (as Mayor Shinn), Alan Thomas, Peter Rhodes, Frederick Williams, John Lloyd Parry, Bernard Spear, Ben Stevenson, Patricia Lambert (as Marian Paroo), Ruth Kettlewell, Gillian Martindale, Denis Waterman (as Winthrop Paroo), Nan Munro, Doreen Cran, Melanie Rowland, Lily Lapidus, Jessica James, Olwen Griffiths, Doreen Croft, Vernon Rees; dir:Robert Merriman, based on the original production of Morton da Costa [24pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, cast photos and biographies, musical synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1961: THE MUSIC MAN - Meredith Willson (Adelphi)
Keith Galloway, Garth Gislason, Robert Howe, Peter Hudson, Austin Kent, Evan Thomas, Thomas Walling, Michael Malnick, Vernon Rees, Van Johnson (as Harold Hill), Colin Cunningham, Jimmy Phillips, Sheila Francis, Leonie Jessel, Valmai Johnston, Joan O'Sullivan, Gaynor Rees, Margaret Smith, C Denier Warren (as Mayor Shinn), Alan Thomas, Peter Rhodes, Frederick Williams, John Lloyd Parry, Bernard Spear, Ben Stevenson, Maureen Hartley (as Marian Paroo), Ruth Kettlewell, Gillian Ghostling / Gaye Parsons (as Amaryllis), Stephen Ashworth / Trevor Wills (as Winthrop Paroo), Nan Munro, Doreen Cran, Gaye Parsons, Antonia Moss, Lily Lapidus, Jessica James, Olwen Griffiths, Doreen Croft, Vernon Rees; dir:Robert Merriman, based on the original production of Morton da Costa [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, cast photos and biographies, musical synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1961: WILDEST DREAMS - Julian Slade, Dorothy Reynolds (Vaudeville)
Dorothy Reynolds, Anna Dawson, Angus Mackay, John Baddeley, Rosamund Burne, David Rowley, Edward Hardwicke, Cornelia Lucas, Sally Adams, Vanne Terry, Tony Raine, Norman Jones, John Davidson, David Hepburn, Jane Trayner; dir:Nicholas Garland [12pp, 6.5x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, 6 company photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1961: DO RE MI - Jule Styne, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Garson Kanin (Prince of Wales)
Sheila Falconer, Leander Fedden, Jean Mostyn, Anthea Slatter, Maureen Sims, Prunella Ransome, Jenny Till, Sandra Norwood, Michael Ashlin, Maggie Fitzgibbon (as Kay Cram), Max Bygraves (as Hubert Cram), Ron Lucas, Lewis Henry, Steve Arlen (as John Henry Wheeler), Judy Nash, Danny Green, Harry Ross, David Lander, Colin Kemball, George Lucas, Charles Schuller, Jan Waters (as Tilda Mullen), Barry Johns, Jean Castelli, Elizabeth Reid, Norman Mitchell, John Hughes; dir:Garson Kanin, Bernard Gersten [20pp, 6.4x8.75; cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, 4 company photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1961: BYE BYE BIRDIE - Charles Strouse, Michael Stewart, Lee Adams (Her Majesty's)
Peter Marshall (as Albert Peterson), Chita Rivera (as Rose Grant), Ann Chapman, Linda Bywaters, Alexandria Jelec, Sonya Petrie, Ducino Hayes, Paula Hendrix, Judy Brown, Polly Drewe, Juanita Lerena, Mary Willis, Tony Craine, James Land, Nicholas Norman, Vernon Morris, Peter Ardran, Bernard Sharpe, Brian Tucker, Elaine Millar, Sylvia Tysick, Mary Laura Wood, Robert Nichols, Mary Willis, Angela Baddeley (as Mae Peterson), Marty Wilde (as Conrad Birdie), Michael Barker, Rudi Szigeti, Kenneth Nash, Christine Child, Clive Endersby; dir:Gower Champion [16pp, 6.5x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, 3 production photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1961: THE SOUND OF MUSIC - Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, Howard Lindsay, Russel Crouse (Palace)
Jean Bayless (as Maria Rainer), Silvia Beamish, Olive Gilbert, Constance Shacklock, Lynn Kennington, Roger Dann (as Captain von Trapp), Jay Denyer, Diana Beaumont, Barbara Brown, John Coxall/Paul Ellison, Janet Ware/Janet Aust, John Bosch/Robert Langley, Susan Whitnell/Ann Dyer, Ann Dyer/Susan Marshall, Melanie Parr/Diane Cane, Nicholas Bennett, Eunice Gayson, Betty Wood, Harold Kasket, Peter Swanwick, Jack Lorenzo, Marilyn Dougan, Hilary Wontner; dir:Jerome Whyte [16pp, 6.75x9.4; cast list, 6 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1961: WEST SIDE STORY - Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Arthur Laurents (Her Majesty's)
George Chakiris (as Riff), David Holliday, Eddie Roll, Geoff L'Cise, Tony Manning, Tony Adams, Patrick McIntyre, Franklin Fox, Lindsay Dolan, Vincent Logan, Bill Duthie, Leander Fedden, Maureen Sims, Derina House, Sarah Hardenberg, Jean Deeks, Sylvia Tysick, Ken Le Roy (as Bernardo), Roberta D'Esti (as Maria), Mary Preston (as Anita), Ben Gerard, Peter Godeno, Gordon Wales, Don Percassi, Leo Kharibian (as Anxious), Rikki Septimus, Terry Lefco, Barry Irwin, Jill Martin, Coral Ellahi, Carole Gray, Valerie Lloyd, Lina Soriano, Virginia Mason, David Bauer, Ed Devereux, Neville Becker, Fraser Lowden; dir:Jerome Robbins [16pp, 6.75x9.3; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, 4 cast and production photos, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1961: STOP THE WORLD - I WANT TO GET OFF - Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley (Queen's)
Anna Quayle, Jennifer Baker, Susan Baker, Amanda Bayley, Barbara Halliwell, Gloria Johnson, Carole Keith, Virginia Mason, Vivenne St.George, Marti Webb, Robert O'Leary, Anthony Newley; dir:Anthony Newley [16pp, 6.75x9.4; cast list, list of musical numbers, cast photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

Musicals: 1962

1962: SAIL AWAY - Noel Coward (Savoy)
John Hewer, Tony Adams, Edward Steel, Hester Paton Brown, Kim Grant, Stella Moray, Nicolas Chagrin, Gillian Martindale, Grover Dale, Sydney Arnold, Edith Day, Dorothy Reynolds, Sheila Forbes, David Henderson-Tate, David Holliday, Mavis Villiers, Stephen Ashworth, Margaret Christensen, Elaine Strich (as Mimi Paragon), Betty Hare, Liz Brown, Nadine Marzell, Lisa Ostrick, Billy Hamon, David Morris, Michael Reubens, Peter Taylor, Linda Bywaters, Ann Chapman, Susan Dawn, Joyanne Delancey, Venetia Frenandez, Carol Lacy, Jill Rose, Vicky Udall, Michael Boyle, Bernard Eastoe, Keith Galloway, Jan Garry, Robert Howe, Jim Sparrow, Dudley Stevens, David Wright; dir:Noel Coward [16pp, 4.9x7.3; cast list, photos of Elaine Stritch, Noel Coward, Joe Layton and Loudon Sainthill, musical synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £1

1962: SCAPA! - Hugh Hastings, based on his play Seagulls Over Sorrento (Adelphi)
Roy Scammell, Michael Bretton, John Gordon, Bill Harvey, Bill Fredericks, Dudley Stevens, Lindsay Dolan, John Frost, Trevor Griffiths, Leonard David, David Read, John Rickard, Terry Holland, Michael Manzi, Bill Richards, John Griffin, David Hughes, Pete Murray, Timothy Gray, Edward Woodward, Geffrey Ryan, Max Faulkner, Leon Peers, Denis Wood, Craig Hunter; dir:George Carden [20pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; very light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1962: GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES - Julie Styne, Leo Robin, Joseph Fields and Anita Loos (Princes)
Gerald Stern, Anne Hart, Bernard Sharpe, Franklin Fox, David Hepburn, Brian Tucker, John Griffin, Diana Noble, Dora Bryan (as Lorelei Lee), Donald Stewart, Ronnie Tye, Bob Cole, Anthea Slatter, Diana Noble, Guy Middleton, Totti Truman Taylor, Bessie Love, Robin Palmer, Michael Malnick, John Griffin, Eileen Hughes, Sandra Ingle, Valerie Walsh, Sally Sotham, Clovissa Newcombe, Stanley Fleet, Vanne Terry, John Heawood, Michael Ashlin, Stanley Fleet, Steve Trayner, Bernard Sharpe, Irene Claire, Jack Anderson; dir:Henry Kaplan [20pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, biographies, production photo, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1962: IRMA LA DOUCE - Margaret Monnot, Alexandre Breffort, Julian More, David Heneker, Monty Norman (Streatham Hill Theatre)
Richard Curnock, Mary Preston, Allan Barnes, Raymond Witch, Bryon O'Leary, Frank Olegario, David Ritch, Wally Thomas, Gerard Hely, Michael Barrington, William Thorburn; dir:Peter Brook [12pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £2

1962: BLITZ! - Lionel Bart, Joan Maitland (Adelphi/8 May 1962)
Amelia Bayntun, Bob Grant, Toni Eden, Graham James, Thomas Kempsinski, Toni Palmer, Edward Caddick; dir:Lionel Bart, designed by Sean Kenny [20pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, 7 biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1962: LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS - Laurie Johnson, Lionel Bart, adapted by Bernard Miles from Henry Fielding's Rape Upon Rape (Mermaid)
Humphrey Heathcote, Stanley Platts, Brian Hewitt-Jones, Ralph Turner, Guy Clark, Bernard Miles, Christopher Hancock, Hy Hazell, Richard Goolden, Peter Gilmore, Joss Ackland, Joyce Mandre, Sally Smith, Mary Millar, Laurie Payne, William Stephens, Colin Ellis, David Lloyd Meredith, Llewellyn Rees; dir:Richard Wordsworth [32pp, 4.9x8; cast list, biographies, synopsis of musical numbers, extensive programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1962: WHAT A CRAZY WORLD . . . - Alan Klein (Theatre Royal, E15)
Theatre Workshop production: Cheryl Kennedy, Barry Bethell, Brian Murphy, Avis Bunnage, Malcolm Butterworth, Vivien Grant, David Nott, Malcolm Reid, Larry Dann, Brian Cronin, Tracy Rogers, Harry H Corbett, Joan Pethers, Tony Robinson; dir:Gerry Raffles, setting by John Bury [12pp, 5.4x8.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, production photo, biography of Alan Klein, credits etc.; uncommon; VG] £4

1962: LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE - Rick Besoyan (Comedy)
Edward Bishop (as Chief Brown Bear), Bernard Cribbins (as Corporal "Billy" Jester), Terence Cooper (as Capt. "Big Jim" Warington), John Quayle, Garth Gislason, Tony Marlowe, Brian Harrison, John Orchard, Paul Johnson, John Harvey, Patricia Routledge (as Mary Potts, Little Mary Sunshine), Gita Denise (as Mme. Ernestine von Liebedich), Hilary Tindall, Pat Michael, Julia Carne, Eliza Buckingham, Elizabeth Jill Howard, Anna Dawson, Judy Nash, Joyce Blair (as Nancy Twinkle), Tony Sympson, Roy Evans, Erik Chitty; dir:Paddy Stone [16pp, 5.6x8.6; cast list, production photo, biographies w.photos, musical synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1962: A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM - Stephen Sondheim, Burt Shevelove, Larry Gelbart (Alvin Theatre, New York)
Zero Mostel, Eddie Phillips, George Reeder, David Evans, David Burns, Ruth Kobart, Brian Davies, Jack Gilford, John Carradine, Roberta Keith, Lucienne Bridou, Lisa James, Judy Alexander, Myrna White, Gloria Kristy, Preshy Marker, Raymond Walburn, Ronald Holgate; dir:George Abbott [36pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.6 No.27); cast list, musical numbers, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1962: IRMA LA DOUCE - Marguerite Monnot, Alexandre Breffort, Julian More, David Heneker, Monty Norman (Lyric)
Joe Melia, Mary Preston, Harry Goodier, Raymond Witch, Richard Curnock, Frank Olegario, David Ritch, Wally Thomas, Gerard Hely, Michael Barrington, William Thorburn, Gerald Stern, Roy Evans, Charles Brodie, Stanley Fleet; dir:Peter Brook [12pp, 6.5x9.25; cast list, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1962: LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS - Laurie Johnson, Lionel Bart, adapted by Bernard Miles from Henry Fielding's Rape Upon Rape (Her Majesty's)
Humphrey Heathcote, Stanley Platts, Brian Hewitt-Jones, Ralph Turner, Guy Clark, Bernard Miles, Christopher Hancock, Hy Hazell, Richard Goolden, Peter Gilmore, Joss Ackland, Joyce Mandre, Sally Smith, Mary Millar, Laurie Payne, William Stephens, Colin Ellis, David Lloyd Meredith, Llewellyn Rees; dir:Richard Wordsworth [16pp, 6.7x9.4; large souvenir programme; cast list, company photos, musical numbers, 7 production photos, articles etc.; uncommon; light bend, else VG] £5

1962: FIORELLO! - Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, Jerome Weidman, George Abbott (Piccadilly)
Rick Jones, Janet Don, Sheila Falconer, Peter Bourne, David Lander, Nicolette Roeg (as Marie Fischer), Colin Cunningham, Helen Hurst, Laurie Webb, Bridget Armstrong (as Dora), Derek Smith (as Fiorello H La Guardia), Peter Reeves (as Ben Marino), Bryan Blackburn (as Stanley Wallenstein), Bryon O'Leary, Colin Kemball, Peter Dalton, John Rickard, John Samson, Marion Grimaldi (as Thea), Simon Oates (as Floyd Macduff), Louise Purnell, Janet Don, Gillian Barber, Judy Nash, Sally Mates, Marjorie Yorke, Jane Murdoch, Betty Wheeler, Rod McLennan, John Howard, Peter Marinker, David Waller, Max Latimer, Richard Mercon, Edmund Coulter, Pat Michael; dir:Val May [12pp, 6.8x9.5; cast list, 6 biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1962: MY FAIR LADY - Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe, adapted from Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) Souvenir Book
Tonia Lee, Charles Stapley, James Hayter, Zena Dare, Tom Chatto, Linda Gray, Betty Woolfe, Margaret Halstan, Leonard Weir, Gavin Gordon, Lennard Pearce, Wally Thomas, Elaine Garreau; dir: Moss Hart [24pp, 8.75x11; 5 large cast photos (with biographies), 16 superb production photos, photos and biographies of Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe, Moss Hart, Herman Levin, Oliver Smith, Cecil Beaton, and Hanya Holm; uncommon; VG] £6

Musicals: 1963

1963: OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR - Theatre Workshop, Charles Chilton and the members of the Cast (Theatre Royal, E15/19 March 1963)
Theatre Workshop production: Ann Beach, Fanny Carby, Bettina Dickson, Myvanwy Jenn, Barry Bethell, Brian Cronin, Larry Dann, Griffith Davies, John Gower, Colin Kemball, Murray Melvin, Brian Murphy, George Sewell, Victor Spinetti, Bob Stevenson; dir:Joan Littlewood, setting:John Bury [12pp, 5.5x8.6; cast list, list of musical numbers, band list, extensive notes, credits etc.; uncommon programme for the original production; light vertical bend, else VG] £6

1963: OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR - Theatre Workshop, Charles Chilton and the members of the Cast (Wyndham's)
Theatre Workshop production: Avis Bunnage, Fanny Carby, Judy Cornwell, Myvanwy Jenn, Mary Preston, Barry Bethell, Larry Dann, Griffith Davies, George Giles, John Gower, Tony Holland, Godfrey James, Colin Kemball, Murray Melvin, Brian Murphy, Joseph Powell, George Sewell, Victor Spinetti, Bob Stevenson; dir:Joan Littlewood [20pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, list of musical numbers, extensive notes, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1963: BLITZ! - Lionel Bart, Joan Maitland (Adelphi)
Amelia Bayntun, Bob Grant, Toni Eden, Graham James, Jonathan Burn, Toni Palmer, Edward Caddick; dir:Lionel Bart, designed by Sean Kenny [24pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, 7 biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1963: IRMA LA DOUCE - Marguerite Monnot, Alexandre Breffort, Julian More, David Heneker, Monty Norman (Lyric)
Clive Revill, Elisabeth Seal, Howard Short, David Evans, Ronald Barker, Frank Olegario, Gary Raymond, John East, Keith Michell, Julian Orchard, William Thorburn, Harry Goodier, Roy Evans, Roy Desmond, Bill Morgan; dir:Peter Brook [8pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £1

1963: VIRTUE IN DANGER - James Bernard, Paul Dehn, from Vanbrugh's The Relapse (Mermaid)
Johnnie Parker, Richard Pescud, Mary Denison, Kim Grant, Bryon O'Leary, Alec Bregonzi, Michael ffoulkes, John Moffatt, Peter Ives, Christopher Greatorex, Barrie Ingham, Lewis Fiander, Richard Wordsworth, Paul Tomlinson, Jane Wenham, Alan Howard, Raymond Llewellyn, Patricia Routledge, Alan Dudley, Basil Hoskins, Denise Hirst, Margo Cunningham, Patsy Byrne, Gwen Nelson, Hamlyn Benson, Harold Innocent; dir:Wendy Toye [32pp, 5x8; cast list, musical numbers, extensive illustrated notes, credits etc.; attractive programme; VG] £3

1963: A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM - Stephen Sondheim, Burt Shevelove, Larry Gelbart (Strand/23 Oct 1963)
Frankie Howerd, Ben Aris, George Giles, Malcolm Macdonald, "Monsewer" Eddie Gray, Linda Gray, John Rye, Kenneth Connor, Jon Pertwee, Norma Dunbar, Christine Child, Marion Horton, Vyvyan Dunbar, Faye Craig, Sula Freeman, Isla Blair, Robertson Hare, Leon Greene; dir:George Abbott [24pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, biographies w.9 cast photos, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1963: HOUSE OF CARDS - Peter Greenwell, Peter Wildeblood (Players' Theatre)
Patrick Mower, Ken Robson, John Gibbs, Tony Manning, Geoffrey Hibbert, Francis Egerton, Terry Skelton, Pat Ashton, Vera Christie, Alex Morrow, Jane Fyffe, Joy Hill, Cheryl Thornton, Peta Pelham, Barbara Couper, Valerie Lloyd, Pat Gilbert, Christopher Bidmead, Barbara Evans, Howarth Nuttall, Stella Moray, Brian Blades, David Kane, Gita Denise; dir:Vida Hope, choreography by Terry Gilbert [4pp, 9x11.7; cast list, musical numbers, credits, etc.; horizontal crease, minor marks, rumpled - but very uncommon!; transferred to Phoenix, but only lasted 27 performances] £4

1963: A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM - Stephen Sondheim, Burt Shevelove, Larry Gelbart (Alvin Theatre, New York)
Zero Mostel, Eddie Phillips, George Martin, David Evans, David Burns, Ruth Kobart, Brian Davies, Jack Gilford, John Carradine, Roberta Keith, Lucienne Bridou, Lisa James, Judy Alexander, Myrna White, Gloria Kristy, Preshy Marker, Raymond Walburn, Ronald Holgate; dir:George Abbott [36pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.1 No.19); cast list, musical numbers, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1963: HERE'S LOVE - Meredith Willson (Shubert Theatre, New York)
Laurence Naismith, Craig Stevens, Valerie Lee, Fred Gwynne, Janis Paige, Michael Bennett, Gene Kelton, Bill Stanton, Patrick Cummings, Diane Ball, Sandra Roveta, Patti Pappathatos, Elaine Cancilla, Paul Reed, Salvatore Lombardo, Mara Landi, Kathy Cody, Suzanne France, Reby Howells, David Doyle, Darrell Sandeen, Hal Norman, William Griffis, Bob McClure, Mary Louise, Cliff Hall, Larry Douglas, Arthur Rubin, Leesa Troy, John Sharpe, Bob McClure, Del Horstman, Ronnie Kroll; dir:Stuart Ostrow [28pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.1 No.38); cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, biographies, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1963: THE GIRL WHO CAME TO SUPPER - Noel Coward, Harry Kurnitz, based on a play by Terence Rattigan (Broadway Theatre, New York)
Marian Haraldson, Florence Henderson, Jack Eddleman, Peter Pagan, Maggie Worth, Roderick Cook, Chris Gampel, Jose Ferrer, Donna Monroe, Ruth Shepard, Carey Nairnes, Sean Scully, Murray Adler, Irene Browne, Tessie O'Shea, Lucie Lancaster, Ilona Murai; dir:Joe Layton [49pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.1 No.50); cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, biographies, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1963: LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS - Laurie Johnson, Lionel Bart (Her Majesty's)
Humphrey Heathcote, Stanley Platts, Brian Hewitt-Jones, Ralph Turner, Guy Clark, Joss Ackland, Christopher Hancock, Hy Hazell, Richard Goolden, Peter Gilmore, David Lloyd Meredith, Paddy Glynn, Sally Smith, Joyce Mandre, Laurie Payne, William Stephens, Colin Ellis, Ronald Herdman, Llewellyn Rees; dir:Richard Wordsworth [16pp, 6.7x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, 11 cast and production photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1963: PICKWICK - Cyril Ornadel, Leslie Bricusse, Wolf Mankowitz (Saville)
Norman Warwick, Ian Burford, Alan Mack, Harry Secombe (as Pickwick), Julian Orchard, Gerald James, Oscar Quitak, Arthur Skinner, Robin Wentworth, Teddy Green, Michael Logan, Hilda Braid, Vivienne St.George, Jane Sconce, Geoffrey Wright, Anton Rodgers, Dilys Watling, Jessie Evans, Brendan Barry, Terry Collins, Roger Ostime, Donald Graham, Joan Ismay, Brian Casey, Michael Darbyshire, Tony Sympson, Colin Cunningham, David Harris; dir:Peter Coe [20pp, 6.75x9.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, cast biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1963 (Nov): THE SOUND OF MUSIC - Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (Palace Theatre)
Sonia Rees (as Maria Rainer), Marie Loraine, Olive Gilbert, Constance Shacklock, Diana Dove, Roger Dann (as Captain von Trapp), Jay Denyer, Diana Beaumont, Susan Passmore, David McAlister, Susan Wigmore, Derek Lamden, Melanie Parr, Michelle Hayes, Dorothy Earsdon, Nicholas Bennett, Eunice Gayson, Betty Wood, Harold Kasket, Peter Swanwick, John Wynyard, Veronica Page, Trevor Richins; dir:Jerome Whyte [16pp, 6.75x9.4; large programme; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, 6 cast biographies w.photos; VG] £4

1963: THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE - Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, George Abbott (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane/7 Nov 1963)
John Heawood, Maurice Lane, Robert Crane, John Adams, John Moore, Sonny Farrar, Denis Quilley, Rod McLennan, Peter Ardron, Gavin Gordon, Stanley Beard, Bob Monkhouse, Ronnie Corbett, Adam Deane, Maggie Fitzgibbon, Lynn Kennington, Paula Hendrix, Carlotta Barrow, Kay Fraser, Edward Atienza, Pat Turner, April Olrich, Jean Muir, Aimi MacDonald, Jacqui Daryl, Ben Stevenson, Jeanette Minty, Jill Love, Paul Hansard, Peggy Rowan; dir:Jerome Whyte [16pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, 8 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers etc.; VG] £5

Musicals: 1964

1964: OH WHAT A LOVELY WAR - Theatre Workshop, Charles Chilton and the members of the Cast (Wyndham's)
Theatre Workshop production: Avis Bunnage, Fanny Carby, Myvanwy Jenn, Mary Preston, Clive Barker, Larry Dann, Griffith Davies, Tony Franz, John Gower, Tony Holland, Godfrey James, Colin Kemball, Murray Melvin, Brian Murphy, George Sewell, Victor Spinetti, Bob Stevenson, Reg Templar; dir:Joan Littlewood [20pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, list of musical numbers, extensive notes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1964: A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM - Stephen Sondheim, Burt Shevelove, Larry Gelbart (Strand/23 Oct 1963)
Frankie Howerd (as Pseudolus), Ben Aris, George Giles, Malcolm Macdonald, "Monsewer" Eddie Gray, Linda Gray, John Rye, Kenneth Connor, Jon Pertwee, Norma Dunbar, Christine Child, Marion Horton, Vyvyan Dunbar, Faye Craig, Sula Freeman, Isla Blair, Robertson Hare, Leon Greene; dir:George Abbott [24pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, biographies w.9 cast photos, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1964: MAGGIE MAY - Alun Owen, Lionel Bart (Adelphi)
Stanley Fleet, Stephen Taylor, Janette Gail, Rita McKerrow, Charlotte Howard, Andrea Brett, Janet Webb, Marie Conmee, Harry Goodier, Georgia Brown (as Maggie May), Diana Quiseekay, Vincent Mansi, Stanley Fleet, Fred Evans, Jean Porter, Glenda Sims, Patrick Heffernan, Paul Guess, Michael Harfleet, Paul Farrell, Malcolm Roberts, Michael Coles, Billy Boyle, Geoffrey Hughes, Shaun Curry (as Patrick Casey), John Johnson, Geof. L'Cise, Paula Bell, Vicky Udall, Chris Dyson, David Wilcox, Thomas Fox, David Elias, Francis Sloan, Keith Draper, Vernon Rees, Julia McKenzie; dir:Ted Kotcheff, designed by Sean Kenny [20pp, 5.6x8.4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, 8 photos and biographies; VG] £5

1964: CAMELOT - Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Victor Flattery, Paul Ferris, Raymond Edwards, Brian Hewitt Jones, Miles Malleson, Laurence Harvey, Elizabeth Larner, Maryette Midgley, Elaine Hewitt, Josephine Gordon, Barry Kent, John Scarborough, Cardew Robinson, Nicky Henson, Moyra Fraser, Kit Williams; dir:Robert Helpmann [20pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, 15 cast and company photos and biographies, etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1964: HALF A SIXPENCE - Beverley Cross, David Heneker, based on Kipps by H G Wells (Cambridge Theatre)
Tommy Steele (as Arthur Kipps), John Bull, Norman Allen, Anthony Valentine, Janet Pate, Cheryl Kennedy, Henrietta Holmes, Anne Briley, Arthur Brough, Charles Workman, Constance Lorne, Helen Hurst, Marti Webb (as Ann), Arthur Blake, James Grout, Valerie Smith, Anna Barry (as Helen Walsingham), Diana Landor, Roy Sone, Ian White, David Williams, Brian Beaton, Lesley Judd, Jeff Hall; dir:John Dexter [16pp, 6.7x9.4; cast list, musical synopsis of scenes, programme note, large photo of Tommy Steele, credits etc.; VG] £4

1964: LITTLE ME - Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh, Neil Simon (Cambridge Theatre)
Bruce Forsyth, Eileen Gourlay, Avril Angers, Bernard Spear, David Henderson-Tate, Enid Lowe, Laurie Webb, Jack Francois, Bee Duffell, Swen Swenson; dir:Cy Feuer and Bob Fosse, reproduced by Arthur Lewis [16pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, 5 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; rumpled, light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1964: ROBERT AND ELIZABETH - Ron Grainger, Ronald Millar, based on The Barretts of Wimpole Street by Rudolph Besier (Lyric)
Perry Johnson, Dean Viner, Bryon O'Leary, David Sinclair, Charles West, Ken Robson, Patrick McIntyre, Alan Dudley, Rex Rainer, Louis Godfrey, Jill Love, Patsy Porter, David Kelsey, John Clements (as Edward Moulton-Barrett), Angela Richards, Mary Denison, John Tillinger, Rod McLennan, John McGee, Ivor Danvers, John Parker, Michael Ridgway, Sarah Badel, Gordon Wilcock, Jeremy Lloyd, David Jennings, Stella Moray, June Bronhill (as Elizabeth Barrett), Cynthia Morey, Robert Vahey, Keith Michell (as Robert Browning), Barbara Leigh; dir:Wendy Toye [16pp, 7x9.75; cast list, 8 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; date on cover, else VG] £3

1964: CAMELOT - Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe, based on The Once and Future King by T.H.White (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) Souvenir Brochure
Laurence Harvey, Elizabeth Larner, Miles Malleson, Cardew Robinson, Moyra Fraser, Barry Kent, Nicky Henson; dir:Robert Helpmann [20pp, 8.5x10.75; 15 cast and company photos w.biographies, synopsis, 16 production photos (10 in colour), colour costume designs, credits etc.; VG] £6

1964: DIVORCE ME, DARLING! - Sandy Wilson (Players' Theatre)
Violetta (as Hortense), Shaun Warner, Rissa Cooper, Nick Norman, Robert Parvin, Vicky Clayton, Jenny Wren (as Nancy), Maria Charles (as Dulcie), Cy Young (as Bobby van Husen), Patricia Michael (as Polly), Joan Sterndale Bennett (as Madame K), Ken Parry, Harry Naughton, Charles Yates, Harry Haythorne, Anna Sharkey, Ed Graham, Joyce Barbour, Keith Smith, Angela Easterling, Jackie Sands, Sylvia Ellis, Geoffrey Hibbert (as Lord Brockhurst), Fred Stone, Philip Gilbert (as Tony), Irlin Hall, Betty Wheeler, Brian Cullis, Bill Drysdale, Freddy Eldret, Ed Graham; dir:Steven Vinaver [4pp, 8.9x11.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; date on cover, rumpled and folded, but uncommon] £2

Musicals: 1965

1964: THE BOY FRIEND - Sandy Wilson (Ipswich Arts Theatre)
Liz Moscrop, Gayna Martine, Tina Martin, Jenny Kingman, Annette Ashendon, Judy Nash, Michael Hamer, Deryk Parkin, Peter Griffin, Grahame Phillips, Vivienne Martin, David Crichton, Alan Gray, Norman Warwick, Peter Street, Celia Helda; dir:Sandy Wilson [12pp, 4.75x7.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £1

1964: NO NO NANETTE - Vincent Youmans, Frank Mandel, Otto Harbach, Irving Caesar (Marlowe Theatre, Coventry)
Susan Kenion, Lyn Hooker, Brian Lawson, Jill Howard, Bronwen Williams, Robert Swann, Peter MacKriel, Jeanna L'Esty, Anni Lee Taylor, Jennifer Tudor; dir:Anne Stutfield [8pp, 4.9x7.3; cast list, credits etc.; VG] £1

1965: MAGGIE MAY - Lionel Bart, Alun Owen (Adelphi)
Barry Humphries, Stephen Taylor, Janette Gail, Margo Cunningham, Charlotte Howard, Margaret Howe, Janet Webb, Marie Conmee, Andrew Keir, Georgia Brown, Diana Quiseekay, Vincent Mansi, Stanley Fleet, Fred Evans, Carol Bird, Jacqueline Lewis, Terry Brooks, Peter Newton, Paul Farrell, Shaun Curry, Michael Forrest, Billy Boyle, Geoffrey Hughes, Kenneth Haigh, John Johnson, Geof. L'Cise, Paula Bell, Vicky Udall, Chris Dyson, David Wilcox, Thomas Fox, David Elias, Francis Sloan, Keith Draper, Vernon Rees, Julia McKenzie; dir:Ted Kotcheff, designed by Sean Kenny [20pp; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, 8 photos and biographies; VG] £5
1965: TWANG!!
1965: TWANG!! - Lionel Bart, Harvey Orkin (Shaftesbury/20 December 1965)
Frank Coda, Howard Goorney, Philip Newman, Clive Barker, Kent Baker, Bernard Bresslaw (as Little John), Ronnie Corbett, George A Cooper, Elric Hooper, James Booth (as Robin Hood), Bob Grant, Toni Eden (as Maid Marian), Barbara Windsor (as Delphina), Maxwell Shaw, Ben Aris, Maurice Bush, Long John Baldry, Tudor Davies, Lesley Judd; dir:Joan Littlewood, then Bert Shevelove, designed by Oliver Messel [16pp, 5.6x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, 8 company photos; lasted only 43 performances and hence uncommon; slightly rumpled, else VG] £7

1965: THE ROSE AND THE RING - John Dalby, based on the fireside pantomime by William Makepeace Thackeray (Yvonne Arnaud)
Richard Curnock, Pamela Cundell, Denise Hirst, Alfred Hoffman, Raymond Hardy, Myvanwy Jenn, Thelma Ruby, Patricia Martine, Bronwen Williams, Tony Adams, Peter Woodthorpe, Roy Jamieson, Richard Scott, Helen Doughty, Andrew Ruffhead, Jenny Berg, Sean Arnold, Martin Jenkins, Dudly Stevens, Auton Low, Michael Malnick, Raymond Hardy, Karen Ford, Pamela Beesley, Margaret Jordan; dir:Dennis Maunder [20pp, 5.5x8.6; cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits, biographies, notes etc.; VG] £2

1965: PICKWICK - Cyril Ornadel, Leslie Bricusse, Wolf Mankowitz (Saville)
Craig Hunter, Ian Burford, Alan Mack, Harry Secombe (as Pickwick), Julian Orchard, Gerald James, Oscar Quitak, Terence Rigby, Norman Warwick, Michael Logan, Hilda Braid, Judy Nash, Beverley Bennett, Geoffrey Wright, Barry Ingham, Jeanette Ranger, Hope Jackman, Brendan Barry, Terry Collins, Roger Ostime, Donald Graham, Joan Ismay, Brian Casey, Robin Wentworth, Michael Darbyshire, Tony Sympson, Colin Cunningham, David Harris; dir:Peter Coe [20pp, 6.5x9.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, cast biographies w.photos, programme notes, credits etc.; minor tear to cover, else VG] £2

1965: CAMELOT - Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Victor Flattery, Paul Ferris, Raymond Edwards, Brian Hewitt Jones, John Scarborough (as Merlin), Paul Daneman (as Arthur), Elizabeth Larner (as Guinevere), Felicity Page, Diana Beall, Josephine Gordon, Barry Kent, Peter Johnston, Cardew Robinson, Bernard Sharpe, Moyra Fraser, Derek Lamden; dir:Robert Helpmann [20pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, 15 cast and company photos and biographies, etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1965: ROBERT AND ELIZABETH - Ron Grainger, Ronald Millar, based on The Barretts of Wimpole Street by Rudolph Besier (Lyric)
Perry Johnson, Dean Viner, Bryon O'Leary, David Sinclair, Charles West, Ken Robson, Patrick McIntyre, Alan Dudley, Rex Rainer, Louis Godfrey, Jill Love, Janice Graham, David Kelsey, John Clements (as Edward Moulton-Barrett), Angela Richards, Mary Denison, John Tillinger, Rod McLennan, John McGee, Ivor Danvers, John Parker, Michael Ridgway, Sarah Badel, Gordon Wilcock, Jeremy Lloyd, David Jennings, Stella Moray, June Bronhill (as Elizabeth Barrett), Paddy Frost, Robert Vahey, Kevin Colson (as Robert Browning), Elaine Howells, Wendy Eathorne; dir:Wendy Toye [16pp, 7x9.75; cast list, 8 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

Musicals: 1966

1966: LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS - Laurie Johnson, Lionel Bart (Salisbury Playhouse)
Michael Stroud, Raymond Bowers (as Squeezum), Chris Harris, Sarah Buchanan (as Mrs Squeezum), Jonathan Cecil, Gerard Hely, Howard Southern, Elisa Mitchell (as Hilaret), Stephanie Cole, John Swindells, David Gooderson, David Simeon, Roger Clissold, Brian Jones, Christopher Biggins, Peter Kellet, Charles Waite, Camilla Lumsden, Sonia Woolley; dir:Oliver Gordon and Rae Landor [16pp, 5x7.25; cast list, company and staff photograph, programme notes, musical numbers etc.; rumpled - a reading copy only] £1

1966: STRIKE A LIGHT! - Gordon Caleb, Joyce Adcock, John Taylor (Piccadilly)
Jeannie Carson (as Sarah Chapman), Josephine Blake (as Keziah), Veronica Page, Vilma Hollingbery, Virginia Drinkwater, Vicki Clayton, Linda Bywaters, Sue Robinson, Janet Pate, Jenny Kingman, Frances Monks, Jill Coram, Sheila Coxhill, Linda Hall, Pamela Beesley, Julia Dray, Jane Langdale, Phillippa Marley, Gabrielle Parker, Diana Roberts, Carole Mudie, Evelyn Laye (as Annie Besant), Angela Easterling, Linda Rusby, John Fraser (as Tommy), Charles West (as Herbert Burrows), Godfrey Jackman, Ben Aris, Graham James, Freddie Stevens, Raymund Dring, Adrian Lawson, Eric Vietheer, John Parson, Tom Carty, Roy Durbin, Barry Lines, Roger Sutton, Marc Urquhart, Gerald Tebbutt, David Henderson; dir:David Scase [16pp, 5x8.5; cast list, musical numbers, biographies w.photos, orchestra list, author's note, credits etc.; lasted only 30 performances, hence uncommon; VG] £4

1966: CHARLIE GIRL - David Heneker, John Taylor, Hugh and Margaret Williams, Ray Cooney, Ross Taylor (Adelphi)
Terry Skelton, Alan Angel, Roy Francis, Bill Bradley, Lyn Ashley, Jane Murdoch, Ronald Rich, Terry Williams, Fred Haggerty, Adrian Barry, Anna Neagle, Christine Holmes, Derek Nimmo, Joe Brown, David Toguri, Peter Regan, Hy Hazell; dir:Wallace Douglas [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, 5 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; date on cover, else VG] £3

1966 (May): COME SPY WITH ME - Bryan Blackburn (Golders Green Hippodrome)
Richard Wattis, Jenny Logan, Angela Bracewell, Janet Mahoney, Paula Bell, Gary Miller, Barbara Windsor, Barrie Gosney, Riggs O'Hara, Valerie Walsh, Rose Hill, Craig Hunter, Bruno Noli, Danny La Rue, Rene Sartoris; dir:Ned Sherrin [16pp, 5.7x8.5; cast list, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1966: COME SPY WITH ME - Bryan Blackburn (Whitehall)
Richard Wattis, Jenny Logan, Angela Bracewell, Janet Mahoney, Paula Bell, Gary Miller, Barbara Windsor, Barrie Gosney, Riggs O'Hara, Valerie Walsh, Rose Hill, Craig Hunter, Bruno Noli, Danny La Rue, Rene Sartoris; dir:Ned Sherrin [16pp, 6.5x8.5; cast list, list of musical numbers, 9 cast biographies with photos; VG] £4

1966: JOEY JOEY - Ron Moody, Keith Waterhouse, Willis Hall (Saville)
Ron Moody (as Joseph Grimaldi), Teddy Green, Joe Baker, Gordon Rollings, Johnny Hutch, Rodney Myers, Maurice Lane, Elizabeth Edmiston, Heather Clifton, Julia McKenzie, Peter Pratt (as John Philip Kemble), Glenn Willcox, Stanley Fleet, Dickie Harris, Jill Rose, Linda Lawrence, Barry Kennington, Jamie Fraser, Ann Hamilton, Barrie Wilkinson, Nigel Grice, Vivienne Martin, Peta Pelham, James Land, Irene Claire, Stella Claire, Fred. Leopold, Jun., Elwyn Hughes; dir:Arthur Lewis [40pp, 6x9; cast list, musical numbers, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1966: ON THE LEVEL - Ron Grainger, Ronald Millar (Saville)
Earle Cross, Sheila White (as Eileen), Brian Hewitt-Jones, Kenneth Waller, Tim Kynman, John Horsley, Barrie Ingham (as Clancy Pettinger, replacing Leslie Phillips who left before opening night), Angela Richards (as Kathie), Gary Bond (as Joe), Sandra Michaels (as Marie-Luce), Rod McLennan (as Chuck), Bernard Sharpe, Phyllida Law (as Fiona), Barney Gilbraith, Irlin Hall, Robert Cawdron, Carolyn Hudson, Bobby Bannerman, Caryl Little, Richard Fox, Caroline Haig, Vanessa Howard, Noel Tovey, Joseph Saber, Terry Mitchell, Paddy Glynn, Joyce Dalton, Trevor Willis, Brian Forster; dir:Wendy Toye [36pp, 6x8.9; cast list, musical numbers, biographies w.photos, orchestra list, credits etc.; VG] £4

1966: JORROCKS - David Heneker, Beverley Cross, based on the novels of R.S.Surtees (New)
Eileen Shaw, Ray Edwards, Richard Stilgoe, Joss Ackland (as John Jorrocks), Bernard Lloyd, Cheryl Kennedy, David Wheldon Williams, Derry Daniels, Richard Keene, Thelma Ruby, Veronica Clifford, Paul Eddington, Helen Lindsay, Graham James, Willoughby Goddard, Michael Malnick, Peter Whitbread, Ted Richards, Gwyn Jones, Roy Durbin, George Giles, Lewis Henry, Tony Kemp, Barry Lines, Wallace Stephenson, Linda Bywaters, Jackie Dalton, Valerie Minifie, Sue Robinson, Marjorie Ward, Ruthann Webb, Harry Goodier, Gay Soper, Eve Tunstall; dir:Val May [40pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1966: THE MATCHGIRLS - Tony Russell, Bill Owen (Globe)
Vivienne Martin, Julia Sutton, Pat Ashton, Cheryl Kennedy, Prunella Ransome, Apple Brook, Rosemary Jose, Louanne Richards, Judith Paris, Olivia Breeze, Valerie Smith, Wendy Lampard, Jane Kells, Suzanne Kerchiss, Tessa Bremner, Lesley Judd, Penny Durrell, Gerard Hely, Marion Grimaldi, Neil Fitzwilliam, Ray Davis, Thomas Kyffin, Jan Colet, Kim Grant, Vivienne Ross, Bill Harvey, Leslie Meadows, Norman Warwick; dir:Gillian Lynne [12pp, 7x9.3; cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes and songs, credits etc.; VG] £4

1966: HELLO, DOLLY! - Jerry Herman, Michael Stewart, based on the original play by Thornton Wilder (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Mary Martin, Judith Drake, Mark Alden, Penny Everton, Venetia Fernandez, Loring Smith, Beverlee Weir, Garrett Lewis, Johnny Beecher, Marilynn Lovell, Coco Ramirez, Betty Winsett, Robert Hocknell, Skedge Miller, Alan Page; dir:Gower Champion [20pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

Musicals: 1967

1967: CHARLIE GIRL - David Heneker, John Taylor, Hugh and Margaret Williams, Ray Cooney, Ross Taylor (Adelphi)
Terry Skelton, Alan Angel, Roy Francis, Bill Bradley, Bridget McConnel, Olivia Hamnett, Ronald Rich, Tony Oakman, Fred Haggerty, Glenn Willcox, Anna Neagle, Christine Holmes, Derek Nimmo, Joe Brown, David Toguri, Peter Regan, Hy Hazell; dir:Wallace Douglas [20pp, 5.5x8.5; cast list, 5 cast photos and biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1967: THE ADVENTURES OF TOM RANDOM - N C Hunter, John Dalby (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford)
John Fraser, Jane Downs, Bryan Poyser, Russell Hunter, Rose Hill, George Benson, Carl Oatley, Charles Duff, Walter McManagle, Ken Doudney, Susan Sloman; dir:Laurier Lister [20pp, 5.5x8.6; cast list, credits, biographies; minor tear inside, else VG] £2

1967: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF - Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, Joseph Stein (Her Majesty's) Original London Cast
Topol, Miriam Karlin, Rosemary Nicols, Linda Gardner, Caryl Little, Joy Measures, Diane Robillard, Cynthia Grenville, Jonathan Lynn, Sandor Elès, Paul Whitsun-Jones, Tony Sympson, Terence Soall, Brian Hewitt-Jones, George Little, Stanley Fleet, Heather Clifton, Susan Paule, Derek Birch, Tim Goodman, Anna Tzelniker, Peter Ardran, Geoff L'Cide, Gerard Hunt, Peter Johnston, Louis Godfrey, Austin Kent, Chris Blackwell, Maurice Lane, Barry Moreland, Jamie Fraser, Sally Mates, Norma Dunbar, Vanessa Harris, Terry Callahan, Avril Fane, Michael Jones, Barrie Irwin, Timothy Hext, Marc Urquhart; dir:Jerome Robbins, staged by Richard Altman [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1967: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF - Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, Joseph Stein (Her Majesty's)
Topol, Miriam Karlin, Rosemary Nicols, Dilys Watling, Caryl Little, Joy Measures, Diane Robillard, Cynthia Grenville, Jonathan Lynn, Sandor Elès, Paul Whitsun-Jones, Tony Sympson, Terence Soall, Brian Hewitt-Jones, George Little, Stanley Fleet, Heather Clifton, Susan Paule, Derek Birch, Tim Goodman, Anna Tzelniker, Peter Ardran, Geoff L'Cide, Gerard Hunt, Peter Johnston, Louis Godfrey, Austin Kent, Chris Blackwell, Maurice Lane, Barry Moreland, Jamie Fraser, Sally Mates, Norma Dunbar, Vanessa Harris, Terry Callahan, Avril Fane, Michael Jones, Barrie Irwin, Timothy Hext, Marc Urquhart; dir:Jerome Robbins, staged by Richard Altman [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1967: HELLO, DOLLY! - Jerry Herman, Michael Stewart, based on the original play by Thornton Wilder (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Dora Bryan, Olwen Griffiths, Peter Dixon, Penny Everton, Venetia Fernandez, John Blythe, Sonya Petrie, Gordon Clyde, Billy Boyle, Jill Martin, Sylvia Tysick, Betty Winsett, Richard Avon, Vernon Rees, Alan Page; dir:Gower Champion [24pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, biographies, 2 photos of Dora Bryan, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1967: HELLO, DOLLY! - Jerry Herman, Michael Stewart, based on the original play by Thornton Wilder (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Dora Bryan, Olwen Griffiths, Peter Dixon, Penny Everton, Venetia Fernandez, Bernard Spear, Sonya Petrie, Gordon Clyde, Billy Boyle, Jill Martin, Sylvia Tysick, Betty Winsett, Richard Avon, Vernon Rees, Alan Page; dir:Gower Champion [20pp, 6.75x9.5; cast list, biographies, 2 photos of Dora Bryan, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1967: THE BOY FRIEND - Sandy Wilson (Comedy)
Ann Beach, Frances Barlow, Jacqueline Clarke, Mary Hewing, Elizabeth Edmiston, Cheryl Kennedy (as Polly Browne), Mark Moser, David Lloyd Jones, Trevor Jones, Marion Grimaldi (as Madame Dubonnet), Nicholas Bennett, Jeremy Hawk, Tony Adams (as Tony), Geoffrey Hibbert, Celia Helda, Bruce Heighley, Royce Mills, Noel Tovey, Suzanne Kerchiss, Kate Hudson; dir:Sandy Wilson [32pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.2 No.12); cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, biographies w.photos, orchestra list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1967: THE BOY FRIEND - Sandy Wilson (Comedy)
Louise Dunn, Frances Barlow, Jacqueline Clarke, Mary Hewing, Elizabeth Edmiston, Cheryl Kennedy (as Polly Browne), Mark Moser, David Lloyd Jones, Trevor Jones, Marion Grimaldi (as Madame Dubonnet), Nicholas Bennett, Jeremy Hawk, Tony Adams (as Tony), Geoffrey Hibbert, Celia Helda, Bruce Heighley, Jan Colet, Noel Tovey, Suzanne Kerchiss, Kate Hudson; dir:Sandy Wilson [24pp (Playbill Vol.3 No.1); cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, biographies w.photos, orchestra list, credits etc.; w.colourful flyer and ticket stapled to cover (28 Dec '67)] £3

1967: THE FOUR MUSKETEERS - Laurie Johnson, Herbert Kretzmer, Michael Pertwee (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
John Moore, Harry Secombe (as D'Artagnan), Dugald Currie, Jeremy Lloyd, Glyn Owen, Vivienne Ross, John Junkin, Stephanie Voss, Roger Ostime, Richard Manuel, Aubrey Woods (as Cardinal Richelieu), Tearlach Bruce, Elizabeth Larner (as Milady), George Reibbitt, Kenneth Connor (as King Louis the Thirteenth), John Banks, Stephen Taylor, Sheena Marshe, Barry Kennington; dir:Peter Coe, designed by Sean Kenny and Loudon Sainthill [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1967: THE DESERT SONG - Sigmund Romberg (Palace Theatre)
John Hanson, Patricia Michael, Tony Hughes, Raymond Duparc, Lita Scott, Doreen Kay, George Hancock, Carol Dorée, Martin Carroll, Dermod Gloster, Victor Flattery; dir:Joan Davis [16pp, 6x9; cast list, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, biographies (w.large photos of John Hanson and Patricia Michael); vertical bend, else VG] £2

1967: YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN - Clark Gesner, John Gordon, based on the Comic Strip Peanuts by Charles M.Schulz (Theatre 80 St.Marks, New York)
Bob Balaban, Gary Burghoff (as Charlie Brown), Karen Johnson, Skip Hinnant, Bill Hinnant, Reva Rose; dir:Joseph Hardy [4pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1967: MAME - Jerry Herman, Jerome Lawrence, Robert E.Lee, based on the novel Auntie Mame by Patrick Dennis (Winter Garden, New York)
Angela Lansbury, Anne Francine, Jane Connell, Willard Waterman, Stuart Getz; dir:Gene Saks [72pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.4 No.10); cast list, biographies, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; a full programme; some small marks throughout, and tiny tear to back cover] £3

Musicals: 1968

1968: THE BEGGAR'S OPERA - John Gay, David Turner, Benjamin Pearce Higgins (Apollo)
Prospect production: Richard Durden, James Cossins (as Mr Peachum), Hy Hazell (as Mrs Peachum / Mrs Trapes), Jan Waters (as Polly Peachum), Peter Kenton, Peter Gilmore (as Macheath), David Calder, Drew Wood (for Tony Robinson), Gordon Reid, Adam Deane, Peter Forest, Kenneth Shanley, Angela Richards (as Jenny Diver), Carol Gillies, Marjorie Keys, Jessie Barclay, Margaret Blay, Pamela Miles, Suzanne Heath, Vivian Brooks, Guy Pierce, Alan Tennock, John Cater (as Mr Lockit), Frances Cuka (as Lucy Lockit); dir:Toby Robertson [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, 3 production photos, extensive programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: THE YOUNG VISITERS - Ian Kellam, Michael Ashton, based on the novel by Daisy Ashford (Piccadilly)
Jill Riddick, Anna Sharkey, Vivienne Ross, Rita McKerrow, Kathy Dunkerley, Alfred Marks (as Mr. Alfred Salteena), Pauline Hughes, Judy Monks, Beryl Braham, Jan Waters (as Miss Ethel Monticue), Pat Smith, Albin Pahernik, Frank Blanch, Walter Cartier, Sean Bartley, Simon Gilbert, Frank Thornton, Barry Justice, Clive Morton, Tom Chatto, Philip Summerscales, Richard Colson, Jonathan Poole, Colette Gleeson, Cathie Sneddon; dir:Martin Landau [24pp, 5.9x8.8; cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1968: CANTERBURY TALES - Nevill Coghill, Martin Starkie, Richard Hill, John Hawkins (Phoenix)
Michael Logan, Trevor Baxter, Nicky Henson, Pamela Charles, Nancy Nevinson, Daniel Thorndike, John Rutland, George Raistrick, Jessie Evans, Kenneth J Warren, Wilfrid Brambell, Billy Boyle, Kevin Brennan, James Ottaway, Gay Soper, Julian Grant, Raewyn Blade, Delia Lindsay, Judy Monks, Bob Appleby, Marc Arnall, Bob Hogan, Keith Mackintosh, Humphrey Taylor, Kay Fraser, Cheryl Groenwald, Pamela Moncur, Judy Monks; dir:Vlado Habunek [24pp, 6x8.9 (Playbill Vol.3 No.5); cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: CANTERBURY TALES - Nevill Coghill, Martin Starkie, Richard Hill, John Hawkins (Phoenix)
Michael Logan, Trevor Baxter, Nicky Henson, Pamela Charles, Nancy Nevinson, Daniel Thorndike, John Rutland, George Raistrick, Jessie Evans, Kenneth J Warren, George Benson, Billy Boyle, Kevin Brennan, James Ottaway, Gay Soper, Roy North, Humphrey Taylor; dir:Vlado Habunek [28pp, 6x8.9 (Playbill Vol.3 No.12); cast list, biographies w.photos, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1968: CANTERBURY TALES - Nevill Coghill, Martin Starkie, Richard Hill, John Hawkins (Phoenix) Song Album
Wilfred Brambell, Jessie Evans, Kenneth J Warren, Nicky Henson, Billy Boyle, Pamela Charles, Gay Soper, Michael Logan, Kevin Brennan, Daniel Thorndike, James Ottaway, Nancy Nevinson, John Rutland, Trevor Baxter, George Raistrick; dir:Vlado Habunek [32pp, 8.4x11; Song Album for the show, containing the piano music for 7 songs (e.g. I Have A Noble Cock, Where are the Girls of Yesterday? etc.) w.lyrics and chord symbols, 15 excellent production photos, programme notes, the story of the show etc.; VG] £5

1968: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF - Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, Joseph Stein (Her Majesty's)
Alfie Bass, Avis Bunnage, Norma Dunbar, Dilys Watling, Caryl Little, Joy Measures, Sue Mornie, Cynthia Grenville, Jonathan Lynn, Sandor Elès, Paul Whitsun-Jones, Tony Sympson, Terence Soall, Brian Hewitt-Jones, George Little, Stanley Fleet, Heather Clifton, Susan Paule, Derek Birch, Tim Goodman, Anna Tzelniker, Peter Ardran, Geoff L'Cide, Gerard Hunt, Peter Johnston, Louis Godfrey, Austin Kent, Chris Blackwell, Maurice Lane, Barry Moreland, Jamie Fraser, Sally Mates, Pauline Anthony, Vanessa Harris, Terry Callahan, Avril Fane, Michael Jones, Barrie Irwin, Timothy Hext, Marc Urquhart; dir:Jerome Robbins, staged by Richard Altman [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, musical numbers, credits etc.; date on cover, else VG] £3

1968: THE BOY FRIEND - Sandy Wilson (Comedy)
Louise Dunn, Frances Barlow, Jacqueline Clarke, Mary Hewing, Elizabeth Edmiston, Cheryl Kennedy (as Polly Browne), Mark Moser, David Lloyd Jones, Joseph Saber, Marion Grimaldi (as Madame Dubonnet), Nicholas Bennett, Jeremy Hawk, Tony Adams (as Tony), Geoffrey Hibbert, Celia Helda, Terence Connelly, Brian Harding-Madge, Jan Colet, Suzanne Kerchiss, Joan Ryan; dir:Sandy Wilson [28pp (Playbill Vol.3 No.6); cast list, synopsis of scenes, musical numbers, biographies w.photos, orchestra list, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: HAIR - Galt MacDermot, Gerome Ragni, James Rado (Shaftesbury)
Paul Nicholas, Ethel Coley, Tim Curry, Kookie Eaton, Vince Edward, Michael Feast, Lucy Fenwick, Andy Forray, John Gulliver, Oliver Tobias, Gary Hamilton, Marsha Hunt, Colette Kelly, Linda Kendrick, Sonja Kristina, Diane Langton, Annabel Littledale, Rohan McCullough, Elaine Paige, Annabel Leventon, Leighton Robinson, Linbert Spencer, Gloria Stewart, Peter Straker, Joanne White, Liz White, Sheila Wilkinson, Jimmy Winston; dir:Tom O'Horgan [24pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.4 No.1); cast list, musical numbers, orchestra list, biographies, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1968: THE EDUCATION OF HYMAN CAPLAN - Paul Nassau, Oscar Brand, Benjamin Bernard Zavin, based on the stories by Leo Rosten (Alvin Theatre, NY)
Tom Bosely, Barbara Minkus, Nathaniel Frey, Gary Krawford, Honey Sanders, Dick Latessa, Beryl Towbin, David Gold, Donna McKechnie, Dorothy Emmerson, Mimi Sloan, Rufus Smith, Stephen Bolster, Wally Engelhardt, Dick Ensslen, David Ellin, Susan Camber, Hal Linden; dir:George Abbott [64pp (Playbill Vol.5 No.4); cast list, musical numbers, biographies, credits etc.; a full programme] £4

1968: SWEET CHARITY - Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields, Neil Simon (Prince of Wales)
Gretchen Wyler (as Charity), Rod McLennan, John Keston, Sheila O'Neill, Joyanne Delancey, Laurie Webb, Fred Evans, Norma West, Paula Kelly, Josephine Blake, Roger de Courcey; dir:Bob Fosse [24pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.3 No.8); cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1968: NOËL COWARD'S SWEET POTATO - Noel Coward (Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York)
George Grizzard, Dorothy Loudon, Carole Shelley, Arthur Mitchell, Tom Kneebone, Bonnie Schon, Ian Tucker, Robert LuPone, Stephen Reinhardt; dir:Lee Theodore [single sheet, 6x9; cast list, list of musical numbers, credits etc.; uncommon; date written on front (Friday 20-9-68), else VG] £2

1968: CABARET - John Kander, Fred Ebb (Palace Theatre) Souvenir Brochure
Judi Dench, Lila Kedrova, Peter Sallis, Kevin Colson, Barry Dennen, Pamela Strong, Richard Owens, dir:Harold Prince [24pp, 9.1x11.25; over 50 photographs in all, 24 production photos, 18 cast and production team photos, and 9 costume designs, artist and production team biographies, On the way to the Cabaret by Fred Ebb, credits etc.; slightly rumpled with very minor marks, else VG] £6

Musicals: 1969

1969: CHARLIE GIRL - David Heneker, John Taylor, Hugh and Margaret Williams, Ray Cooney, Ross Taylor (Adelphi)
Ronnie Grainge, Alan Angel, Roy Sone, Robin Bowering, Jean Mostyn, Olivia Hamnett, Ronald Rich, Tony Oakman, Fred Haggerty, Glenn Willcox, Evelyn Laye, Christine Holmes, Derek Nimmo, Gerry Marsden, Roy Allen, Robert Colman, Ursula Smith; dir:Wallace Douglas [16pp, 5.5x8.6; cast list, scenes and musical numbers, cast photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: THE BOY FRIEND - Sandy Wilson (Theatre Royal, Bristol)
Bristol Old Vic company: Gwyneth Powell, Trudi Van Doorn, Julie Hallam, Judy Bowen, Mary Ashton, Elizabeth Power (as Polly Brown), John Begg, Jeremy Irons (as Pierre), Anthony Bowers, Eleanor Bron (as Mme.Dubonnet), Ray Davis, John Hussey, Royce Mills (as Tony), Michael Rothwell, Daphne Goddard, Simon Cadell (as Gendarme / Waiter), Phillipa Vaizey; dir:David Phethean [16pp, 5x9; cast, synopsis of scenes, list of musical numbers, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: CANTERBURY TALES - Nevill Coghill, Martin Starkie, Richard Hill, John Hawkins (Phoenix)
Michael Logan, Trevor Baxter, Nicky Henson, Pamela Charles, Nancy Nevinson, Daniel Thorndike, John Rutland, George Raistrick, Wynne Clark, Kenneth J Warren, George Benson, Billy Boyle, John Rutland, Daniel Thorndike, Kevin Brennan, Gavin Gordon, Gay Soper, Roy North, Humphrey Taylor; dir:Vlado Habunek [24pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.4 No.4); cast, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, cast biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: CANTERBURY TALES - Nevill Coghill, Martin Starkie, Richard Hill, John Hawkins (Phoenix)
Michael Logan, Trevor Baxter, Roy North, Pamela Charles, Nancy Nevinson, Daniel Thorndike, John Rutland, Howard Bell, Wynne Clark, Kenneth J Warren, George Benson, Billy Boyle, John Rutland, Daniel Thorndike, George Raistrick, Gavin Gordon; dir:Vlado Habunek [24pp, 5.2x9; cast, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, cast biographies w.photos, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1969: AS DOROTHY PARKER ONCE SAID - Sandy Wilson, Dorothy Parker, Leslie Lawton (Fortune)
Park Theatre Company: Libby Morris, David Ellen, Marcella Markham, Paul Maxwell, Virginia Stride; dir:Bill Hays [24pp, 6x9 (Playbill Vol.4 No.7); cast, synopsis of scenes/musical numbers, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1969: ANN OF GREEN GABLES - Norman Campbell, Donald Harron, adapted from the novel by L. M. Montgomery (New)
Joan Ryan, Bettina Dickson, Marion Wilson, Ian Burford, Betty Benfield, Kathy Dunkerley, Barbara Miller, Colette Gleeson, Kenneth Waller, Laurie Webb, Jonathan Poole, Philip Summerscales, Barbara Hamilton, Polly James (as Anne Shirley), Hiram Sherman, Pat Starr, Susan Anderson, Liz Edmiston, Janis Dunning, Josie Ashcroft, Judith Cox, Rita Henderson, Robert Ainslie (as Gilbert Blythe), Roy Urbach, Gerard Hunt, John Chester; dir:Alan Lund [24pp, 6x9; cast list, musical numbers, 12 company photos, articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: PROMISES, PROMISES - Burt Bacharach, Hal David, Neil Simon, based on The Apartment by Bill Wilder and I A L Diamond (Prince of Wales)
Anthony Roberts, James Congdon, Betty Buckley, Elliott Cairnes, Ronn Carroll, Anna Macleod, Jay Denyer, Ivor Dean, Donna McKechnie, Jack Kruschen, Don Fellows, Jenny Lyons, Miranda Willis, Frank Blanch, Angela Norvick, Susi Pink, Albin Pahernik, Ray Cornell, Lyndsey Williams, Kelly Britt, Cristina Avery, Dennie Baylis, Ian Bundy, Kevin Rowland, Adam Scott, Tom Tucker, Jack Webster, Barbara Rhodes, Elizabeth Whiting, Carol Todd, Jody Hall, Toni Eden, Eula Parker, Susan Paule; dir:Charles Blackwell, Michael Bennett [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, list of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF - Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, Joseph Stein (Her Majesty's)
Lex Goudsmit, Hy Hazell, Norma Dunbar, Jill Martin, Mia Nardi, Darlene Kozinuk, Sue Mornie, Anna Tzelniker, Jamie Fraser, Geoff L'Cise, Gabor Baraker, Tony Sympson, Heinz Bernard, Brian Ralph, Barry Martin, Stanley Fleet, Heather Clifton, Liza Martin, Austin Kent, Maurice Lane, Cynthia Morey, Antonio Vargas, John Parsons, Richard Morris, Peter Johnston, Reg Bundy, Roy Greenslade, Chris Blackwell, Ted Merwood, Mark Moser, Clifton Todd, Liza Martin, Doreen Croft, Pauline Antony, Vanessa Harris, Terry Callahan, Avril Fane, Vincent Mansi, Heather Clifton, Colin Couch, Timothy Hext, Gess Whitfield; dir:Jerome Robbins, staged by Richard Altman [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: THE BOY FRIEND - Sandy Wilson (Theatre Royal, Windsor)
Felicity Harrison, Caryl Little, Frances Alford, Jenny Till, Paula Dunn, Susan Maudslay (as Polly), Rex Stallings, Alan Johns, George Rutland, Katy Sadler (as Madame Dubonnet), Freddie Eldrett, Tony Bateman, Roy Desmond (as Tony), Barrie Gosney, Elaine Garreau, John Plews; dir:Noel Tovery [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies w.photos, musical numbers, credits etc.; VG] £3

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