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Revue: 1930s

1937: MEMBERS ONLY - Geoffrey Wright, Robert MacDermot, John Adrian Ross, Nicholas Phipps (Gate Theatre Studio)
Charles Hawtrey, Hermione Gingold, Richard Haydn, Kenneth Carten, Nicholas Phipps, Nadine March, Ann Morrison, Billy Milton, Reginald Beckwith, Gabrielle Brune; dir:Norman Marshall & Geoffrey Wright, des:William Chappell [8pp, 7.1x11; additional material by Diana Morgan, Walter Leigh, Ronald Hill, John Weir, Reginald Beckwith, Harold Plumptre, Arthur Marshall; light vertical crease, VG] £5

1939: IT'S NOT A REVUE - Stafford Byrne, Mary Dunn, Julian Elliston, Temple Abrady, Wainwright Morgan (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Desiree Doudney, Ninian Brodie, Gillian Hume, Frank Drew, Maria Luth, Peter Evans, Marjory Pegram, Allan Bourne Webb, Margery Harper, Robert Meteyard, Catherine Salkeld, Edmund Donlevy, Joanna Lee; dir:Ellen O'Malley and W Johnstone-Douglas [12pp, 7.4x9.75; order of events with casting, credits etc.; uncommon; date on cover, bite out of back page (non-affecting), else VG] £3

Revue: 1940s

1941: BLACK VANITIES - George Black's 3rd intimate rag (Victoria Palace)
Joan Richards, Patricia Leonard, Robert Lindon, Naunton Wayne, Zoe Gail, Jacqueline Elmore, Lucille Gaye, Kenneth Carten, Maurice Leverett, Leo Llewellyn, Bud Flanagan, Chesney Allen, George Stone, Eileen Moore, Frances Day, Cyril Smith, Bubbly Rogers, Sammy Curtis, Debroy Somers and his band; dir:Robert Nesbitt, dances arranged by Wendy Toye, dresses designed by Doris Zinkeisen, Cecil Beaton and Alec Shanks [6pp, 3.75x8.5; full details of order of events, credits, air-raid information etc.; slightly tatty] £3

1941: RISE ABOVE IT - Lesley Julian Jones (Comedy)
Wilfrid Hyde White, Walter Crisham, Carole Lynne, Eric Micklewood, Prudence Hyman, Henry Kendall, Hermione Baddeley, Hermione Gingold, Georgina Cookson, Virginia Winter, Natasha Sokolova, Billy Thatcher, Betty Karina, Lulu Dukes, Evelyn Thorne; dir:Henry Kendall [8pp, 5.75x4.5; slightly tatty] £2

1941: BIG TOP - Herbert Farjeon, Geoffrey Wright, Nicholas Brodzsky, Elsie April, Harry Parr Davies (His Majesty's)
Charles Hickman, Patricia Burke, Fred Emney, Cyril Ritchard, Madge Elliott, Beatrice Lillie, Robin Hood, Babbie McManus, Donald Reed, Heather Boys, John Brandon, Angela Braemer, Enid Seemdon, Pearl Carr, Lee Hanson, Paddie Raymonde, Sabina Gordon, Ruth Warner, Gretchen Franklin, Yoma, Morlais Morgan, Charles Peters, Spencer Thomas, Maurice Leverett, Marcel de Haes, Daphne Peretz, Evette Huntley, Yvonne Robinson; dir:Herbert Mason [4pp, 5x8; running order, casting, credits etc.; VG] £3

1942: WHITHALL FOLLIES - Leslie Julian Jones (Whitehall)
Glen Farmer, Greta Gynt, Vida Hope, John Salew, Lesley Ormond, Pamela Foster, Billy Thatcher, Patricia Morne, Elsie French, John Mott; dir:Alfred Esdaile and Leslie Julian Jones [6pp, 3.3x8 triplefold; running order, casting, credits etc.; VG] £3

1944: SWEETER AND LOWER (Second Edition of Sweet and Low) - J W Pemberton and A A Dubens (Ambassador's)
Hermione Gingold, Henry Kendall, Edna Wood, George Carden, Bonar Colleano [8pp; 5x3.75] £4

1944: SWEETER AND LOWER (Second Edition of Sweet and Low) - J W Pemberton and A A Dubens (Ambassador's)
Hermione Gingold, Henry Kendall, Edna Wood, George Carden, Christopher Hewett [8pp; 5x3.75] £4

1944: SWEETER AND LOWER (Second Edition of Sweet and Low) - J W Pemberton and A A Dubens (Ambassador's)
Hermione Gingold, Henry Kendall, Edna Wood, George Carden, Richard Curnock, Ilena Sylva, Gretchen Franklin, Olive Wright [8pp; 5x3.75] £4

1945: SIGH NO MORE - Noel Coward (Piccadilly)
Cyril Ritchard, Madge Elliott, Joyce Grenfell, Graham Payn, Mantovani and his Orchestra, Vivien Merchant, Gail Kendal, Alan Clive, Daphne Anderson, Irlin Hall, Grant Tyler, Josephine Wray, Tom Linden; Written, Composed and Directed by Noel Coward; choreography by Wendy Toye, George Carden, and Sheila Nicholson; Joyce Grenfell's music by Richard Addinsell [4pp, 5x8; includes Nina, Matelot, and Joyce Grenfell's Du Maurier, This is the End of the News and Travelling Broadens the Mind; uncommon; slightly rumpled, date pencilled on front page, else VG] £4

1945: LESLIE HENSON'S GAIETIES (Saville)
Hermione Baddeley, Leslie Henson, Walter Crisham, Prudence Hyman, Avril Angers, Terence Delany, Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra, Decima Knight, Molly Gay, Joan Alexis, Guy Fane, Gerald Fitzgerald, Freddie Carpenter's Gaiety Girls; produced by Leslie Henson and Freddie Carpenter [4pp, 5x8; full details of each item; music and libretto by Carroll Gibbons, Douglas Furber, Leslie Henson, Vivian Ellis, Hubert Gregg, Edward Horan, Harold Purcell, Denis Waldock, Nicholas Phipps, Greatorex Newman, and Frank Eyton; slightly rumpled, date on cover, else VG] £2

1946 (w/c 12 Aug): TWINKLE (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Eddie Childs, Rupert Rogers, Clarkson Rose, Jeannette Leech, Thelma Bennett, Betty Goode, Renee Heasman, Margaret Burton, Eileen Murphy, Janice Adair, Gordon Holdom, Tommy Reilly, Rex Korda [16pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £2

1946: SWEETEST AND LOWEST (Third Edition of Sweet and Low) - J.W.Pemberton and A.A.Dubens (Ambassador's)
Hermione Gingold, Henry Kendall, George Carden [8pp; slightly rumpled] £4

1946: THE SHEPHARD SHOW - Firth Shephard (Princes Theatre)
Margo Johns, Richard Hearne, Eddie Gray, Eric Anderson, Douglas Byng (in Madame Touchee and Old Father Thames), Margherita Stanley, Irving Davies, Gavin Gordon, Marie Burke, Stella Maris, Phil Trix, Norman Tree, Ronald Boyer, Jeanne Ravel, Arthur Riscoe, Vera Ellis, Mary Scott, Lola Derol, Margo Johns, Maureen Sims, Beryl Fraser, Jennifer Russell; dir:Wendy Toye [8pp, 5x8; order of events, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1946 (w/c 8 Apr): BETTER LATE - Leslie Julian Jones (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Beatrice Lillie (w.Norman Hackforth at the piano), Walter Crisham, Joan Swinstead, George Benson, Bernard Hunter, Grant Tyler, Murray Matheson, Prudence Hyman, Kay Young; dir:Norman Marshall, decor:Rolf Gerard [16pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £2

1946: BETTER LATE - Leslie Julian Jones (Garrick)
Beatrice Lillie, Joan Swinstead, George Benson, Prudence Hyman, Kay Young, Virginia Winter, Bernard Hunter, Walter Crisham, Murray Matheson, Grant Tyler, Anna Marita; dir:Norman Marshall [6pp triple-fold, 3.4x8; charming sketch of Beatrice Lillie on front cover; order of events, credits etc.; uncommon; minor marks, VG] £4

1947: ONE, TWO, THREE! - Mischa Spoliansky, Loftus Wigram (Duke of York's)
Sonnie Hale, Charles Heslop, Anthony Hayes, Binnie Hale, Gail Kendal, Marie Sellar, David Carey, John Paramore, Paddy Johnson, Roy Hartley, Ursula Medley, Patricia Clasper, Tonie Greene, Clemency Denning, Pamela Kail, Freddie Coulson and Barry MacDonald, Ilena Manova [8pp, 5x7.3; order of events, credits etc.; date on cover, minor marks, VG] £4

1947 (w/c 25 Aug): TUPPENCE COLOURED (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Elizabeth Cooper, Denis Martin, Daphne Oxenford, Charlotte Mitchell, John Heawood, Beryl Seton, Franklin Bennett, Angus Menzies, Max Adrian, Felicity Gray, Elisabeth Welch (in Supper Time, La Vie en Rose), Joyce Grenfell (in Odyssey, Nice, The Countess of Coteley, Song and Dance, Artists' Room), Silvia Ashmole, Julia Falls, Andre du Guay; dir:Laurier Lister [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; marks and jottings, slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1947: TUPPENCE COLOURED (Lyric)
Joyce Grenfell (in The Countess of Coteley, Odyssey, Song-and-Dance, and Artists' Room), Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian, Elizabeth Cooper, Denis Martin, Daphne Oxenford, Charlotte Mitchell, John Heawood, Beryl Seton, Franklin Bennett, Angus Menzies, Silvia Ashmole, Julia Falls, Andre du Guay, Felicity Gray, Patricia Page, dir: Laurier Lister [6pp, 5x8; order of events, credits etc.; flimsy, with light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1948 (w/c 23 Feb): THE BOLTONS REVUE (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Billy Milton, Daphne Anderson, Donald Reed, John Warwick, Sheila Mathews, Richard Gilbert, Reg Varney, Rosaline Haddon, Patricia Dainton, Thea Wilmer, Janice Lothian, Claudine Goodfellow, Mary Dean, Pamela Sheppard, Hermione Burton, Dickie Martyn; dir:Billy Milton [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1948 (w/c 2 Aug): TUPPENCE COLOURED (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Company of Four production: Shirley Hall, Denis Martin, Brian Blades, Daphne Oxenford, Charlotte Mitchell, Lynnette Rae, Franklin Bennett, Angus Menzies, Elisabeth Welch (in Sartre Resartus, Beasts of Prey, A Jabberwocky Song, Supper Time, La Vie en Rose, and Sing, Child, Sing), Max Adrian, Joyce Grenfell (in The Countess of Coteley, Nice, Odyssey, Song-and-Dance, I Like Life, and Artists' Room), Patricia Page, Shirley Hall, Daphne Starling, John Heawood, Elizabeth Cooper; dir:Laurier Lister [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; marks and jottings, slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1948 (w/c 8 Nov): ORANGES AND LEMONS (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Company of Four production: Diana Churchill, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian, Charlotte Mitchell, Denis Martin, Brian Blades, Ulla Soderbaum, Nigel Burke, Elizabeth Cooper, Sylvia Rye, Rose Hill, Angus Menzies, Marjorie Dunkels, Kenneth Connor, Daphne Oxenford, Daphne Peretz, Elizabeth Boyd, Shirley Hall, Silvia Ashmole, Ann Lydekker; dir:Laurier Lister [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; photos of Diana Churchill and Elisabeth Welch; included In The D'Oyly Cart by Flanders and Swann; centre pages loose, slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1948 (w/c 7 Jun): A LA CARTE - Alan Melville, Charles Zwar (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Hermione Baddeley, Henry Kendall, Joy O'Neill, Jean Telfer, Michael Anthony, Dick Henderson Jnr., Gordon Bell, Irlin Hall, Pam Trevers, Myrette Morven, Billy Castle, Peter Wright, John Thorpe, Michael Anthony, Nigel Neilson, Cappella and Patricia, Marcel Le Bon; dir:Norman Marshall [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; flimsy, rumpled, else VG] £2

1948: A LA CARTE - Alan Melville, Charles Zwar (Savoy)
Hermione Baddeley, Henry Kendall, Dick Henderson Jnr., Myrette Morven, Marcel Le Bon [8pp, 5x7.25; horizontal fold, else VG] £3

1948: A LA CARTE - Alan Melville, Charles Zwar (Savoy)
Hermione Baddeley, Henry Kendall, Dick Henderson Jnr., Myrette Morven, Marcel Le Bon [12pp, 5x7.25; later edition; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1948: FOUR, FIVE, SIX - Mischa Spoliansky, Alan Melville, Loftus Wigram (Duke of York's)
Binnie Hale, Bobby Howes, Vida Hope, Anthony Hayes, Marie Sellar, Bill Fraser, Maud Long, James Cameron, David Gardner, [8pp; minor marks, tiny tear, else VG] £2

1948: SLINGS AND ARROWS - Hermione Gingold and Charles Hickman (Comedy)
Byfield Riches, Charlotte Bidmead, Christopher Hewett, Diana Maddox, Gretchen Franklin, Gwen Cherrell, Hermione Gingold, John Hewer, Kathleen Stuart, Laurel Grey, Monica Mallory, Pamela Kail, Robert Bishop, Wallas Eaton, Walter Crisham; dir:Charles Hickman [12pp, 5x7.25; running order, casting, credits etc.; flimsy, else VG] £2

1949 (w/c 14 Feb): THE BOLTONS REVUE 1948-49 - Michael Treford (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Lucille Gaye, Sally Hoade, Stanley Beard, Benny Hill, Larry Drew, Marion Crawford, Lisa Veronova, Aud Johansen, June Charlier, Eugenie Sivyer, The Burt Twins, Michael Harding, Marcella Salzer; dir:Colin Chandler [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1949: SAUCE TARTARE - Geoffrey Parsons, Berkeley Fase, Matt Brooks (Cambridge)
Peter Glover, Harold Holness, Dudley Heslop, Jean Bayless, John Briggs, Bernard Eastoe, Enid Smeeden, Terence Theobald, Joan Heal, Chris Grainger, Ray Browne, David Keller, Nina Tarakanova, Patricia Dare, Jan Muzurus, Renee Houston, Ronald Frankau, Muriel Smith, Jessie Matthews, Claude Hulbert, Jack Melford, Diana Monks, Pamela Devis, Audrey Hepburn, Aud Johannsen , Adele Stephens, Roy Byfield-Riches, Sara Luzita, George Gerhardt, Fitzroy Coleman, Cherry Adele, Al Smith, Reuben Francois [8pp, 5x8.25; order of events, cast, credits etc.; staples missing, else VG] £3

Revue: 1950s

1950: TOUCH AND GO - Jean and Walter Kerr, Jay Gorney (Prince of Wales)
Kay Ballard, Helen Gallagher, Jonathan Lucas, David Lober, Sidney James, John Guest, Carole Lynne, John Stevens, Charles Rowley, Beryl Stevens, Valerie Ashton, The Debonairs, Bill Fraser, Desmond Walter Ellis; produced by Robert E Griffiths, staged by Dick Hurran [8pp, 5x7.25; list of items, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1950: TAKE IT FROM US - Charles Reading, Freddie Bretherton, Frank Muir, Denis Norden (Adelphi)
Jimmy Edwards, Joy Nichols, Dick Bentley, Patricia Hartley, Harry Dawson, St Clair & Day, The Costello Twins, Count Le Roy, Maurice St Clair, Gloria Day, Nino The Wonder Dog, Donald Craig, John Vicars, John Fothergill, Frank Brown, Wallas Eaton [12pp, 5x7.6; list of items, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1950: LATIN QUARTER 1950 (London Casino)
Vic Oliver, Sylvie St.Clair, The Beverley Sisters, Walton & O'Rourke, The Clark Brothers, Lela Moore, Fortunia, Les Curibas, Debroy Somers; created and produced by Robert Nesbitt [12pp, 6.4x9.3; 10 cast photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1950: LATIN QUARTER 1950 (London Casino)
Vic Oliver, The Merry Macs, Sylvie St.Clair, Walton & O'Rourke, The Clark Brothers, Lela Moore, The Casavecchia, Fortunia, Les Curibas, Debroy Somers; created and produced by Robert Nesbitt [12pp, 6.4x9.3; 11 cast photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1951 (w/c 14 May): THE LYRIC REVUE (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Company of Four production: Roberta Huby, Hilary Allen, Joan Heal, Graham Payn, Jeremy Hawk, Ian Carmichael, Dora Bryan, Pam Marmont, George Benson, Tommy Linden, Myles Eason, Irlin Hall; dir:William Chappell, decor:Loudon Sainthill [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1951 (w/c 18 Jun): PENNY PLAIN (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Max Adrian, Rose Hill, Patrick Brawn, June Whitfield, Anthony Tancred, Desmond Walter-Ellis, Julian Orchard, Elisabeth Welch (in Festival Calypso, Good Day For Godiva, I've been in a daze for days, and The Patisserie), Joyce Grenfell (in Joyful Noise, Thought For To-Day, A Moment With Tennyson, Running Commentary, Keepsake, and Life and Literature), Moyra Fraser, Anthony Tancred, Marjorie Dunkels, Jimmy Thompson, Delia Williams; dir:Laurier Lister [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £2

1951: PENNY PLAIN (St.Martin's)
Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian, Desmond Walter-Ellis, Rose Hill, Moyra Fraser, Julian Orchard, Jimmy Thompson; dir:Laurier Lister [12pp; written by Alan Melville, Simon Phipps, Paul Dehn, Herbert Farjeon; music by Richard Addinsell, Donald Swann, Charles Zwar, Clifton Parker, Sandy Wilson; lyrics by Joyce Grenfell, Michael Flanders; decor by Hutchinson Scott, Osbert Lancaster, Ronald Searle etc.; "Oct 1951" pencilled on cover, slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1951: LATIN QUARTER of 1951 (London Casino)
Nat Jackley, Jean Carson, Darvas & Julia, Rolly Rolls, Eileen O'Dare, Dick & Dot Remy, Bob Bromley, Peter Dimuantes, Georges Campo, The Art of Monsieur Choppy, Vicky Emra; created and produced by Robert Nesbitt [12pp, 6.4x9.3; 11 cast photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1952 (w/c 21 Apr): RENDEZVOUS - Finn Boe, Michael Trelford, Jack Lemkow (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Jacqueline Giovanni, Bernard Hunter, Roberta Huby, Robert Dorning, Walter Crisham, Sara Lizita, Tutte Lemkow, Keith Campbell, Chili Bouchier, Arthur Young, Diana Dors; dir:Tor Lemkow [20pp, 4.25x5.25; cast list, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers, credits etc.; two punch-holes, flimsy, slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1952 (Jan): THE LYRIC REVUE (Globe)
Diana Decker, Hilary Allen, Joan Heal, Graham Payn, Jeremy Hawk, Ian Carmichael, Dora Bryan, Pam Marmont, George Benson, Myles Eason, Tommy Linden, Irlin Hall; dir:William Chappell [pp, 5x7.25; words, lyrics and music by Gerard Bryant, Charles Zwar, Arthur Macrae, Cole Lesley, Graham Payn, Paul Dehn, Richard Addinsell, Michael Flanders, Marius Ivoire, H F Ellis, Noel Coward (Don't Make Fun Of The Fair), Donald Swann, Sidney Carter, Guy Lafarge, and Philippe Gerard; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1952 (w/c 30 Jun): THE GLOBE REVUE (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
George Benson, Pam Marmont, Timothy Spencer, Jeremy Hawk, Irlin Hall, Myles Eason, Hilary Allen, Joan Heal, Graham Payn, Dora Bryan, Ian Carmichael, Diana Decker; dir:William Chappell, decor:Loudon Sainthill [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; includes Noel Coward's Bad Times Are Just Around The Corner and Kingston By Pass; centre pages loose, flimsy, rumpled; a reading copy] £1

1952: THE GLOBE REVUE (Globe)
Dora Bryan, Pam Marmont, Graham Payn, Jeremy Hawk, Hilary Allen, Myles Eason, George Benson, Ian Carmichael, Diana Decker, Joan Heal, Irlin Hall, Timothy Spencer, Honor Blair; dir:William Chappell [8pp, 5x7.25; words, lyrics and music by Noel Coward (Kingston By Pass and There Are Bad Times Just Around The Corner), Richard Kayne, Paul Dehn, Arthur Macrae, Richard Addinsell, Donald Swann, Peter Myers, Alec Grahame, Ronald Cass, Sidney Carter, Sandy Wilson, Charles Zwar, Kay Thompson, and Gerard Bryant; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1952: PENNY PLAIN (St.Martin's)
Joyce Grenfell, Elisabeth Welch, Max Adrian, Desmond Walter-Ellis, Rose Hill, Moyra Fraser, Julian Orchard, Jimmy Thompson; dir:Laurier Lister [8pp, 5x7; written by Alan Melville, Simon Phipps, Paul Dehn, Herbert Farjeon; music by Richard Addinsell, Donald Swann, Charles Zwar, Clifton Parker, Sandy Wilson; lyrics by Joyce Grenfell, Michael Flanders; decor by Hutchinson Scott, Osbert Lancaster, Ronald Searle etc.; VG] £6

1952: LONDON LAUGHS (Adelphi)
Jimmy Edwards, Vera Lynn, Tony Hancock, Erica Yorke, Natalie Raine, Derek Rosen, Jane Shore, Pauline Johnson, Michael Dalton; produced by Alec Shanks and Joan Davis, comedy direction by Richard Bird [12pp, 5x7.25; photo of Vera Lynn; VG] £5

1952: BELLS OF ST MARTIN'S (St Martin's)
Douglas Byng, Hattie Jacques, Roma Milne, Richard Waring, Joan Sims, Pamela Hill, Patricia Kelly, John Rutland, John Cronin, Peter Felgate, Peter Glover, Joan Elvin, Terence Theobold, Gillian Barton; dir:W Lyon-Shaw [12pp, 5x7.25; running order, credits etc.; VG] £3

1953 (w/c 14 Dec): AT THE LYRIC (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Hermione Baddeley, Dora Bryan, Eric Berry, Ian Carmichael, Rachel Roberts, Myles Eason, Shirley Eaton, Richard Logan, John Walters, Leo Ciceri, Marjorie Dunkels, Vivienne Martin; dir:William Chappell [16pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1953: LONDON LAUGHS (Adelphi)
Jimmy Edwards, Vera Lynn, Tony Hancock, Erica Yorke, Natalie Raine, Derek Rosen, Jane Shore, Corinne Mills, Michael Dalton; produced by Alec Shanks and Joan Davis, comedy direction by Richard Bird [12pp, 5x7.25; photo of Vera Lynn; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1953 (w/c 23 Mch): AIRS ON A SHOESTRING (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Moyra Fraser, Max Adrian, Denis Quilley, Charles Ross, Jack Gray, Carole Newton, Bernard Hunter, Patricia Lancaster, Betty Marsden, Sally Rogers, Eileen Price, Peter Reeves; dir:Laurier Lister [16pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; centre pages loose, jottings, slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1953: AIRS ON A SHOESTRING (sucessor to Penny Plain) (Royal Court)
Max Adrian, Moyra Fraser, Sally Rogers, Betty Marsden, Denis Quilley; devised and directed by Laurier Lister, staged by Alfred Rodrigues [8pp, 4.9x7.25; words, music and lyrics by Michael Flanders and Donald Swann, Virginia Graham, John Pritchett, Nicholas Phipps, Geoffrey Wright, Charlotte Mitchell, Madeleine Dring, Julian More, Andrew Davidson, Laurence Fleming, Jack Gray, David Climie, Jimmy Wilson, Peter Hilary Green, Jerry Mann, Arthur Benjamin, Richard Waring, Joyce Grenfell, Richard Addinsell, Justin Richardson, Charles Zwar, Mary Dunn, Lindsey Kyme, Jack Gray, Dolores Claman, Arthur Macrae, Hugh Martin; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1953: HIGH SPIRITS - Peter Myers, Alec Grahame and David Climie, music by John Pritchett and Ronald Cass (London Hippodrome)
Cyril Ritchard, Diana Churchill, Ian Carmichael, Thelma Ruby, Dilys Lay, Patrick Cargill, Ronnie Stevens, Leslie Crowther, Maxwell Coker, Joan Sims, Marie Bryant, Eleanor Fazan, Valerie Carton; directed by William Chappell [8pp, 5x7.25; VG] £4

1954 (w/c 7 Jun): BITS AND PIECES (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Thorley Walters, Donald Price, Rosaline Haddon, Doreen Arden, Hilda Dixon, June Laverick, Desmond Walter-Ellis, Cicely Courtneidge, Dorsal Finn; dir:Laurence Green [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1954: GOING TO TOWN - Alan Melville, Kenneth Leslie-Smith, Charles Zwar, Paul Dehn, Marjorie Dunkels, James Bernard (St.Martin's)
Hermione Baddeley, Dora Bryan, Ian Carmichael, Eric Berry, Rachel Roberts, Marjorie Dunkels, Myles Eason, Shirley Eaton, Leo Ciceri, Richard Logan; dir:William Chappell [8pp, 5x7.3; full details of all the sketches, credits etc.; VG] £3

1954 (w/c 19 Apr): INTIMACY AT 7.45 - Peter Myers, Alec Grahame, David Climie, John Pritchett, Ronald Cass (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Aud Johansen, Dilys Laye, Geoffrey Hibbert, Ronnie Stevens, Digby Wolfe, Ron Moody, Joan Heal, Joan Sims, Eleanor Fazan, Peter Felgate; dir:Michael Charnley, Ronnie Stevens [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; two punch holes, rumpled, jottings, a reading copy only] £1

1954: INTIMACY AT 8.30 - Peter Myers, Alec Grahame, David Climie, John Pritchett, Ronald Cass (Criterion)
Joan Heal, Joan Sims, Ron Moody, Ronnie Stevens, Dilys Lay, Aud Johansen, Geoffrey Hibbert, Digby Wolfe, Eleanor Fazan, Peter Felgate; dir:Michael Charnley [8pp; date on cover, else VG] £3

1954: COCKLES AND CHAMPAGNE - Maureen Stevens (Saville Theatre)
Pauline Johnson, Renée Houston, Patricia Dare, Diana Monks, Naida Buckingham, Annette Chappell, Judith Whitaker, Frances Pigeon, Fenella Fielding, Gay Clark, Christina Lubicz, Valerie French, Norah Boylan, Elizabeth Seal, Gloria George, Alma Booker, Miriam Karlin, Frances King, Phyllis Neilson-Terry, Robert Stevenson, Pierre Dudan, Patricia Burke, Terence Theobold, Tommy Shaw; devised and staged by Cecil Landen [12pp, 5x7.25; light vertical bend, else VG] £4

1954 (17 Feb): AIRS ON A SHOESTRING (Royal Court)
Max Adrian, Moyra Fraser, Sally Rogers, Betty Marsden, Denis Quilley, Charles Ross, Bernard Hunter, Peter Reeves, Patricia Lancaster; devised and directed by Laurier Lister, staged by Alfred Rodrigues [8pp, 4.9x7.25; words, music and lyrics by Michael Flanders and Donald Swann, Virginia Graham, John Pritchett, Nicholas Phipps, Geoffrey Wright, Charlotte Mitchell, Madeleine Dring, Geoffrey Brown, David Climie, Jimmy Wilson, Peter Hilary Green, Jerry Mann, Arthur Benjamin, Richard Waring, Joyce Grenfell, Richard Addinsell, Justin Richardson, Mary Dunn, Lindsey Kyme, Jack Gray, Dolores Claman; date written on cover] £3

1954 (Jul): AIRS ON A SHOESTRING (Royal Court)
Max Adrian, Sally Rogers, Betty Marsden, Rose Hill, Patricia Lancaster, Denis Quilley, Charles Ross, Bernard Hunter, Carole Newton, Denver Hall, Daphne Peretz, Naomi Dunning, Peter Reeves; devised and directed by Laurier Lister, staged by Alfred Rodrigues [12pp, 4.9x7.25; words, music and lyrics by Michael Flanders and Donald Swann, Virginia Graham, John Pritchett, Nicholas Phipps, Geoffrey Wright, Charlotte Mitchell, Madeleine Dring, Richard Waring, Francis Essex, Geoffrey Brown, Jimmy Wilson, Joyce Grenfell, Jerry Mann, Arthur Benjamin, Richard Addinsell, Justin Richardson, Charles Zwar, Mary Dunn, Michael Kenyon, Leopold Antelme, Jack Gray, Dolores Claman, Arthur Macrae, Hugh Martin; VG] £3

1954: OUT OF THE BLUE (Phoenix) 1954 Cambridge Footlights Revue
Jonathan Miller (aged 20), Leslie Bricusse, Frederic Raphael, Brian Marber, Bernard Barr, John Pardoe, John Preston Bell, John Quashie-Idun, Trevor Williams, Robin Bazeley-White, Peter Stephens, David Conyers, Dermot Hoare, Neil Sutherland; devised and produced by Leslie Bricusse [8pp; 7.25x9.5; w.14 photos of the very young cast!; cover lightly marked, contents fine; highly unusual programme] £9

1955: INTIMACY AT 8.30 - Peter Myers, Alec Grahame, David Climie, John Pritchett, Ronald Cass (Criterion)
Aud Johansen, Pip Hinton, Hugh Paddick, Ronnie Stevens, Digby Wolfe, Ron Moody, Peter Felgate, Joan Heal, Joan Sims, Eleanor Fazan; dir:Michael Charnley [8pp; VG] £3

1955: FROM HERE & THERE - Jack Gray, Jerry de Bono, Dolores Claman (Royal Court)
Laurier Lister's New Anglo-American Revue: Betty Marsden, June Whitfield, James MacColl, Richard Tone, Charles Zwar, Geoffrey Wright, Stanley Barrett, Ellen Martin, Michael Mason, Myra de Groot, Charlotte Mitchell, Peter Tuddenham, Denny Bettis, April Olrich, Peter Mander; staged by John Heawood [12pp, 4.8x7.3; additional material by Richard Addinsell, Paul Dehn, Madeleine Dring, James MacColl, Charlotte Mitchell, Justin Richardson, Jimmy Wilson, Geoffrey Wright, Charles Zwar; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1955: BETWEEN THE LINES (Scala) 1955 Cambridge Footlights Revue
Jonathan Miller (aged 21), Alan Vening, Roddy McKelvie, Trevor Williams, Brian Marber, Peter Woodthorpe, Rory McEwen, John Ticehurst, John Pardoe, Tim Berington, Brian Welsh, Willie Eustace, Julian Jebb, Tony Westcott, Ted Taylor, Allan Mitchell [12pp, 7.25x9.5; w.16 photos of the very young cast!; minor marks on cover, light vertical fold, contents fine; another highly unusual programme] £9

1955 (w/c 12 Sep): THE PUNCH REVUE (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Paul Daneman, Alfie Bass, Rosaline Haddon, Binnie Hale, Joyce Blair, James Browne, Wendy McClure, Annette Gibson, Malcolm Goddard, Andrew Downie, Sheila Kennedy, Denis Martin, John Palmer; dir:Vida Hope [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, photo of Binnie Hale, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1955: THE PUNCH REVUE (Duke of York's)
Paul Daneman, Alfie Bass, Binnie Hale; dir:Vida Hope [16pp; 8.75x11.25; 11 photos, articles, 6 Searle cartoons; very nice full programme; uncommon; minor edge damage, rumpled, else VG] £3

1955: LA PLUME DE MA TANTE (Garrick)
Robert Dhery, Jacques Legras, Colette Brosset, Christian Duvaleix, Pierre Olaf, Nicole Parent, Laurence Soupault, Frank Daubray, Roger Caccia; staged by Alec Shanks [16pp, 4.75x7.25; music by Gerard Calvi, English lyrics by Ross Parker; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1955-56 (20 Dec - 7 Jan): FRESH AIRS - Michael Flanders, Donald Swann (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Max Adrian, Moyra Fraser, Rose Hill, Bernard Hunter, Julian Orchard, Ann Pidgeon, Patricia Lancaster, Robert Gard, Graham McCormack, Hermione Harvey, Diana Murdoch; dir:Laurier Lister and Max Adrian [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; VG] £3

1956: FRESH AIRS - Michael Flanders, Donald Swan (Comedy)
Max Adrian, Moyra Fraser, Rose Hill; directed by Laurier Lister and Max Adrian [12pp, 5x7.25; VG] £3

1956: UNITED NOTIONS - Arthur Lesser, Ross Parker (Adelphi)
Tommy Trinder, Ann Hart, Guy Tanno, Dorothy Matthews, Ellen Cobb, Joe Ward Russell, George Tapps, Patachou, John Forde, The Piero Brothers, Michael Burchill, Alfred Hughes, Peter Regan, Bill Richards, Sheila Browning, Denise Shaune, Ann Berreclouth, Sandra Blair, Pamela Pearce, Margaret Hurst, Valerie Bowstad, Judy Lambert, Maree Salter, Doreen Hermitage, Gloria Gordon, Sandra Sedeck, Shirley Duncan, Roslyn Ellis, Barbara Mason, Beryl Denise, Norman Caldas, Bobbie Drage, Tom Fairlie, Geoff L'Cise, Dickie Martyn, Bill Owen, Barrie Wilkinson, Arthur Wilman; dir:Arthur Lesser [12pp, 4.9x7.25; running order with casting, credits etc.; VG] £3

1956: REPRISE (The Edinburgh Festival Revue) - Peter Myers, John Pritchett, Ronald Cass, Stanley Myers, David Climie, Alec Grahame, Lionel Harris, Norman Dannatt, Eric Maschwitz, Norman Hackforth, Alan Melville, (King's Theatre, Southsea)
Betty Paul, Johnny White, Joe Ritchie, Bryan Ryman, Patricia Cree, Morna Watson, Jennifer Walmesley, Bernard Hunter, Stella Chapman, Hugh Willis, Susan Chapman, Hugh Willis; dir:John Regan [8pp, 4.6x7.2; uncommon; rumpled, minor marks, else VG] £2

1956: CRANKS - John Cranko (St.Martin's)
Hugh Bryant, Anthony Newley, Annie Ross, Gilbert Vernon; music: John Addison, decor: John Piper [8pp, 5.7.25; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1956: CRANKS - John Cranko (Duchess)
Hugh Bryant, Anthony Newley, Annie Ross, Gilbert Vernon; music: John Addison, decor: John Piper [8pp, 5.7.25; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1956 (w/c 21 May): FOR AMUSEMENT ONLY - Peter Myers, Ronald Cass, John Pritchett (Theatre Royal, Brighton)
Audrey Nicholson, Thelma Ruby, Jimmy Thompson, Hugh Paddick, Dilys Laye, Barry Took, Vivienne Martin, Ronnie Stevens, Ron Moody, Michael Charnley, Noel Rossana, Barbara Young, Judy Carne; dir:Michael Charnley [20pp, 4.25x5.25; running order, cast details, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1956: FOR AMUSEMENT ONLY - Peter Myers, Ronald Cass, John Pritchett (Apollo)
Audrey Nicholson, Thelma Ruby, Jimmy Thompson, Hugh Paddick, Dilys Laye, Ronnie Stevens, Vivienne Martin, Barry Took, Ron Moody, Michael Charnley, Barbara Young, Noel Rosanna, Judy Carne; dir:Michael Charnley [8pp, 5.7.25; order of events, credits etc.; VG] £3

1957: AT THE DROP OF A HAT - Michael Flanders, Donald Swann (Fortune)
Michael Flanders, Donald Swann [4pp] £4

1957: LA PLUME DE MA TANTE (Garrick)
Robert Dhery, Jacques Legras, Roger Caccia, Colette Brosset, Philippe Dumat, Pierre Olaf, Laurence Soupault, Frank Daubray, Michael Austin Kent, Pamela Austin, Coka Brossecola, Maureen Hill, The Garrick Rockettes; staged by Alec Shanks [16pp, 4.75x7.25; music by Gerard Calvi, French lyrics by Francis Blanche, English lyrics by Ross Parker; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1957: SHARE MY LETTUCE - Bamber Gascoigne (Comedy)
Maggie Smith, Kenneth Williams, Barbara Evans, Johnny Greenland, Roderick Cook, Heather Linson, Kenneth Mason, Philip Gilbert; dir:Eleanor Fazan [12pp, 4.75x7.25; running order, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1958 (23 June): FOR ADULTS ONLY- Peter Myers, Alec Grahame (Strand)
Miriam Karlin, Hugh Paddick, Ron Moody, Patricia Lancaster, Barry Took, Josephine Gordon, Frederick Jaeger, Geoffrey Webb, Gladys Tudor, Margaret Rubel, Diana Payne, Helen Cotterill, Derina House, Louie Ramsay, Richard Waring; direction and choreography by Michael Charnley [12pp, 4.9x7.25; list of items, credits; rumpled, else VG] £2

1958 (8 Sept): FOR ADULTS ONLY- Peter Myers, Alec Grahame (Strand)
Miriam Karlin, Hugh Paddick, Ron Moody, Patricia Lancaster, Barry Took, Josephine Gordon, Frederick Jaeger, Geoffrey Webb, Gladys Tudor, Margaret Rubel, Diana Payne, Helen Cotterill, Derina House, Louie Ramsay, Richard Waring; direction and choreography by Michael Charnley [20pp, 4.9x7.25; list of items, credits, company photos and biographies; VG] £3

1958 (22 Sept): FOR ADULTS ONLY- Peter Myers, Alec Grahame (Strand)
Miriam Karlin, Hugh Paddick, Ron Moody, Patricia Lancaster, Barry Took, Josephine Gordon, Frederick Jaeger, Geoffrey Webb, Gladys Tudor, Margaret Rubel, Diana Payne, Helen Cotterill, Derina House, Louie Ramsay, Richard Waring; direction and choreography by Michael Charnley [20pp, 4.9x7.25; list of items (slightly different), credits, company photos and biographies; "26 Sept" on cover, else VG] £3

1958 (27 Oct): FOR ADULTS ONLY- Peter Myers, Alec Grahame (Strand)
Miriam Karlin, Hugh Paddick, Ron Moody, Patricia Lancaster, Barry Took, Josephine Gordon, Frederick Jaeger, Geoffrey Webb, Gladys Tudor, Margaret Rubel, Diana Payne, Toni Palmer, Derina House, Louie Ramsay, Richard Waring; direction and choreography by Michael Charnley [20pp, 4.9x7.25; list of items (slightly different again), credits, company photos and biographies; VG] £3

1958: AH! QUELLE FOLIE (Winter Garden Theatre)
Veronica Bell, Colette Fleuriot, Dolly Pick, staged by Michel Gyarmarthy [12pp; large photos of Veronica Bell and Colette Fleuriot; VG] £3

1958: LIVING FOR PLEASURE - Arthur Macrae, Richard Addinsell (Garrick)
Dora Bryan, Daniel Massey, George Rose, Janie Marden, Patience Collier, Susan Beaumont; dir:William Chappell [12pp; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1958: LIVING FOR PLEASURE - Arthur Macrae, Richard Addinsell (Garrick)
Dora Bryan, Daniel Massey, George Rose, Janie Marden, Patience Collier, Lynda Baron; dir:William Chappell [16pp; VG] £4

1959: PIECES OF EIGHT - Peter Cook, Harold Pinter, Sandy Wilson, John Law, Lance Mulcahy (Apollo)
Kenneth Williams, Fenella Fielding, Myra de Groot, Peter Reeves, Josephine Blake, Terence Theobold, Valerie Walsh, Peter Brett; directed and staged by Paddy Stone [8pp, 5x7.25; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1959: PIECES OF EIGHT - Peter Cook, Harold Pinter, Sandy Wilson, John Law, Lance Mulcahy, Edward Scott (Apollo)
Kenneth Williams, Fenella Fielding, Lorna Wood, Peter Reeves, Josephine Blake, Terence Theobold, Valerie Walsh, Ben Aris; directed and staged by Paddy Stone [8pp, 5x7.25; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1959: ONE TO ANOTHER (Apollo)
Beryl Reid, Patrick Wymark, Joe Melia, Patsy Rowlands, Sheila Hancock, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Barbara Evans; dir:Eleanor Fazan [8pp, 5x7.4; list of items, credits etc.; written by Robert Benchley, John Cranko, Bamber Gascoigne, Joseph Horowitz, Roddy Maude-Roxby, John Mortimer, David Nobbs, Dorothy Parker, Harold Pinter, Humphrey Searle, N.F.Simpson and others; VG] £4

Revue: 1960s

1960: AND ANOTHER THING ... - Ted Dicks, Myles Rudge (Fortune)
Bernard Cribbins, Donald Hewlett, Anton Rogers, Dennis Wood, Lionel Blair, Penny Newington, Joyce Blair, Anna Quayle, Sandra Caron, Richard Caswell; dir:Charles Ross, choreography by Lionel Blair and Bob Stevenson [8pp, 4.9x7.25; additional material by Alan Melville, Charles Zwar, Lionel Bart, Barry Cryer, Robert Tanitch, Christopher Dandy; order of events, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1960: THE BILLY BARNES REVUE - Billy Barnes, Bob Rodgers (Lyric Opera House, Hammersmith)
Joyce Jameson, Ann Guilbert, Patti Regan, Jackie Joseph, Ronnie Stevens, Ted Rogers, Terence Cooper, Richard Owens; dir:Bob Rodgers, George Eckstein, Freddie Carpenter [20pp, 5x7.25; order of events, credits etc.; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1960: NEW CRANKS - John Cranko (Lyric Hammersmith)
Bernard Cribbins, Gillian Lynne, Carole Shelley, Johnny Wade, Billy Wilson, Yolanda [20pp, 5x7; order of events, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1960: PIECES OF EIGHT - Peter Cook, Harold Pinter, Sandy Wilson, John Law, Lance Mulcahy, Laurie Johnson (Apollo)
Kenneth Williams, Fenella Fielding, Lorna Wood, Peter Reeves, Josephine Blake, Terence Theobold, Valerie Walsh, Ben Aris; directed and staged by Paddy Stone [8pp, 5x7.25; VG] £4

1960: PIECES OF EIGHT - Peter Cook, Harold Pinter, Sandy Wilson, John Law, Lance Mulcahy, Laurie Johnson (Apollo)
Kenneth Williams, Fenella Fielding, Myra de Groot, Peter Reeves, Josephine Blake, Terence Theobold, Valerie Walsh, Peter Brett; directed and staged by Paddy Stone [8pp, 5x7.25; date on cover, else VG] £4

1961: ONE OVER THE EIGHT - Peter Cook, John Mortimer, N P Simpson, Steven Vinaver, Carl Davis, Stanley Daniels, John Bird (Golder's Green Hippodrome)
Sheila Hancock, Kenneth Williams, Irving Davies, Robin Hawdon, Sheila O'Neill, John Howard, Lance Percival, Lynda Baron, Toni Eden; dir:Paddy Stone [12pp, 5x7.25; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1961: ONE OVER THE EIGHT - Peter Cook, John Mortimer, Lionel Bart, N P Simpson, Steven Vinaver, Carl Davis, Stanley Daniels, John Bird (Duke of York's)
Sheila Hancock, Kenneth Williams, Irving Davies, Lance Percival, Sheila O'Neill, Lynda Baron, Robin Hawdon, Toni Eden, John Howard; dir:Paddy Stone [8pp, 5x7.25; VG] £4

1961: ON THE BRIGHTER SIDE (Phoenix)
Stanley Baxter, Betty Marsden, Pip Hinton, David Kernan, Judy Carne, Ronnie Barker, Una Stubbs, Bob Stevenson, Greta Hamby, Victor Duret, Amanda Barrie, Elisabeth Counsell, Allan Barnes; devised and directed by James Gilbert, Alfred Rodrigues [12pp, 6.75x9.25; written by Sean Vincent, Ian Fraser, Neville Phillips, Alec Grahame, George Hall, Brad Ashton, Robb Stewart, Richard Waring, Robert Gould, Lance Mulcahy, Stanley Daniels, Ray Jessel, David Cumming, Derek Collyer, Kenneth Williams, Dennis Wilson, Johnny Speight, Gerry Donovan, Stanley Myers, Vivian Ellis, Eric Merriman, David Campton, Barry Cryer, Peter Myers, Ken Hoare; order of events, artists photos, biographies, credits etc.; light horizontal bend, else VG] £4

1961: BEYOND THE FRINGE - Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, Alan Bennett (Fortune)
Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Jonathan Miller [12pp; cast photos; rumpled, else VG] £2

1961: MAGIC LANTERN from Czechoslovakia (Saville)
Irena Kacirkova, Sylva Danickova; dir:Alfred Radok, Jan Rohac, Milos Forman, Vladimir Svitacek, Wendy Toye; Artistic Director:Zdenek Mahler; Chief Scenic Designer:Josef Svoboda [12pp; VG] £4

1961: THE LORD CHAMBERLAIN REGRETS ...! - Peter Myers, Alec Grahame, Ronald Cass, John Pritchett (Saville)
Joan Sims, Ronnie Stevens, Millcent Martin, Barrie Gosney, Josephine Gordon, Gordon Clyde, David Morton, Aubrey Woods, Joan Palethorpe, Barbara Robinson, Peter Gardner, Judy Huxtable [16pp, 6.7x9.1; order of events and casting, large cast photos and biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1962 (Jan): 4 TO THE BAR (Oxford Playhouse)
Ian Wallace, Bryan Blackburn, Peter Reeves, Rose Hill; dir:Charles Ross [16pp, 5.5x8; programme, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1962 (Apr): 4 TO THE BAR (Criterion)
Ian Wallace, Bryan Blackburn, Peter Reeves, Rose Hill; dir:Charles Ross [16pp, 4.9x7.25; cast list, running order, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; rumpled, light vertical bend, else VG] £2

1962: BEYOND THE FRINGE - Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, Alan Bennett (Fortune)
Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Jonathan Miller [12pp; cast photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1962: BEYOND THE FRINGE - Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, Alan Bennett (Fortune)
Terence Brady, Joe Melia, Robin Ray, Bill Wallis [12pp; second cast; lightly rumpled, else VG; uncommon; VG] £3

1962: CLAP HANDS The New Revue from Canada (Lyric Opera House, Hammersmith)
Dave Broadfoot, Corinne Conley, Eric House; dir:John Gray [16pp; VG] £3

1962: ONE OVER THE EIGHT - Peter Cook, John Mortimer, Lionel Bart, N.P.Simpson, Steven Vinaver, Carl Davis, Stanley Daniels, John Bird (Golder's Green Hippodrome)
Kenneth Connor, Sheila Hancock, John Howard, Lance Percival, Sheila O'Neill, Lynda Baron, Ben Aris, Toni Eden, Roy Desmond; dir:Paddy Stone [12pp, 5.7.25; order of events, credits etc.; VG] £3

1962: THE PREMISE (Comedy)
Francis Dux, Al Mancini, Gayle Coffin, David Dozer; dir:Theodore J.Flicker [16pp; VG] £3

1962: TAKE TO THE HILLS! Charity Revue (Scala) Souvenir Brochure
Patrick Mower, Ian Hamilton, Brian Marber, Gemma Jones, Acker Bilk, Hughie Green, Michael Flanders, Donald Swann, Larry Adler, Joan Heal; dir:Gerald Harper [40pp, 9x11; substantial brochure, w.order of events, credits, 4 full-page photos (H.M.The Queen, The Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and H.R.H.Princess Alice); VG] £4

1963: AN EVENING OF BRITISH RUBBISH (Comedy) Professor Bruce Lacey, Joyce Grant, Ivor Cutler, The Alberts; dir:Gordon Flemyng [12pp; fold-out programme] £4

1963: SIX OF ONE - Francis Essex (Adelphi/26 Sep 1963)
Dora Bryan, Richard Wattis, Dennis Lotis, Amanda Barrie, John Hewer, Sheila O'Neill, Coralie Persse, Elaine Taylor [20pp, 5.4x8.5; running order, 15 cast photos; VG] £4

1963: AT THE DROP OF ANOTHER HAT - Michael Flanders, Donald Swann (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Michael Flanders, Donald Swann [12pp, 5.5x8.5; 3 photos; horizontal crease, else VG] £4

1963: CLAP HANDS (Prince Charles)
David Broadfoot, Corinne Conley, Jack Creley, Eric House, Araby Lockhart, Peter Mews; dir:John Gray [12pp in creased folder; cast biographies and photos; VG] £3

1963: ALL SQUARE - Alan Melville, Charles Zwar (Vaudeville)
Beryl Reid, Naunton Wayne, Joyce Blair, Robin Hunter, John Warner, Robin Palmer, Anna Dawson, Nicky Henson, Joyanne Delancey, Julian Holloway, Jane Murdoch, Karen Clare; dir:Charles Hickman [12pp, 6.6x8.9; cast list, order of events, 6 cast photos, production photo, credits etc.; light vertical bend, else VG] £3

1964: NIGHTS AT THE COMEDY devised by Dan Farson (Comedy Theatre)
Queenie Watts, Ida Barr, Jimmy Tarbuck, Marie Lloyd Jnr, Jimmy James, Sulky Gowers, Kim Cordell, Karl King and the Vendettas, The Little Beavers, The Tray, Mrs Shufflewick, The Corvettes, Jacky Carlton, Polly Perkins, Vic Perry, Paula Pearson; dir:Eleanor Fazan [16pp, 5.6x8.5; VG] £4

1964: WAIT A MINIM! - Leon Gluckman (Fortune) South African revue
Andrew Tracey, Paul Tracey, Jeremy Taylor, Kendrew Lascelles, Michel Martel, April Olrich, Dana Valery; dir:Leon Gluckman [12pp, 6.75x9.75; opened 9 Apr 1964; cast photos and biographies; VG] £4

1965: WAIT A MINIM! - Leon Gluckman (Fortune) South African revue
Andrew Tracey, Paul Tracey, Jeremy Taylor, Kendrew Lascelles, Michel Martel, April Olrich, Dana Valery, Jane Fyffe; dir:Leon Gluckman [12pp, 6.75x9.75; opened 9 Apr 1964; 8 cast photos and biographies; date on cover (25/2/65); slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1965: AT THE DROP OF ANOTHER HAT - Michael Flanders, Donald Swann (Globe)
Michael Flanders, Donald Swann [12pp; 3 photos] £5

1966: WAIT A MINIM! - Leon Gluckman (Fortune) South African revue
Andrew Tracey, Paul Tracey, Kendrew Lascelles, Michel Martel, Nigel Pegram, April Olrich, Dana Valery, Sarah Atkinson; dir:Leon Gluckman [12pp, 6.75x9.75; opened 9 Apr 1964; cast photos and biographies; VG] £4

1966 (27 Nov): GREEN ROOM RAGS (Adelphi)
John Blythe, Ronald Leigh-Hunt, Glenn Melvyn, Trevor Richins, Tony Sympson, Bill Tasker, Harry Locke, Archie Menzies, Charles Simon, Jack Allen, Kathleen Helm, Arthur White, Glenn Melvyn, Ivor Emmanuel, Patricia Bredin, Clifford Mollison, Lee Menzies, Dickie Henderson, Brian De Salvo, John Morris, Michael Powell, Robert Wellman, Peter Wellman, Hugh Paddick, Joan Sterndale Bennett, Bruce Allen, Doris Rogers, Leslie Sarony, Henry McGee, The Konyots, Christine Yates, Van Doren, Georgia Brown, Sydney Jerome Orchestra conducted by Ivan Dozin [6pp, 5x9.5 triple-fold; order of events with casting, Foreword (by Arnold Bennett), credits etc.; uncommon; VG] £4

Revue: 1970s

1970: OH! CALCUTTA - John Dankworth, John Cotgrave, Dan Greenburg, Allen Jones, John Lennon, Jacques Levy, David Newman, Robert Benton, Joe Orton, Sam Shepard, Clovis Trouille, Sherman Yellen, and Kenneth Tynan (Roundhouse)
First London production (opened on 27th July): Brenda Arnau, Domini Blythe, Anthony Booth, Jonathan Burn, Pamela Farbrother, Sebastian Graham-Jones, Linda Marlowe, Richard Monette, Jenny Runcare, Noel Tovey; dir:Clifford Williams [12pp, 6x9; running order, cast biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1974: OH! CALCUTTA! - Kenneth Tynan, John Dankworth, Richard Huggett, Eugene Ionesco, Joe Orton, Sam Shepard and others (Duchess)
Peter Banks, Peter Daly, Bernard Finch, Caroline Grenville, Elric Hooper, James Lister, Helen Sparks, Clare Rees, Caroline Noh, Jackie Skarvellis, Rosalind Strang; dir:Clifford Williams [28pp, 5.25x8.75; interview with Tynan] £4

1975: SMALL AND BRASSY - Neville Phillips, Robb Stewart (King's Head)
Christopher Benjamin, Christine Edmonds, Mary Millar, Royce Mills; dir:Stewart Trotter [4pp, slightly rumpled] £3

1976: LA GRANDE EUGENE - Frantz Salieri (Round House)
Petit Theatre de Nuit de Frantz Salieri: Christophe Basso (as Erna Von Scratch), Luc Chevalier (as Belle De May), Jose-Christian Niego (as Josepha Badabou), Alain Deshayes, James Cameron, Bruno Tonioli, Ladislav Pergler, Thierry Le Bourgeois, Peter Althoff, Patrick Louis-Sidney, Jean-Francois Decarufel; dir:Frantz Salieri [24pp, 5.25x8.5; order of events, cast list, 13 cast and company photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

Revue: 1980s

1983: THIS THING CALLED LOVE - Alec Grahame, David Kernan and John Moffatt (Theatre Royal, Windsor)
Anna Dawson, Jennie Linden, David Kernan, John Moffatt; dir:Wendy Toye [24pp, 7.25x9.75; running order, extensive cast biographies (w.photos) etc.; VG] £4

1985: JUST A VERSE & CHORUS - Weston, Lee, Hudd (Churchill Theatre, Bromley)
Roy Hudd, Billy Dainty, Caro Gurney, Graham Hoadly, Tony Jackson, Sally Smith; dir:Patrick McIntyre [28pp, 5.75x8.25; cast list, running order, biographies w.photos, extensive article about R P Weston and Bert Lee etc.; VG] £4


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