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THEATRE WORLD Magazines: 1940s

Theatre World, January 1940
ThW/Jan 1940 (No.180): Scenes from BLACK VELVET (Roma Beaumont, Vic Oliver, Pat Kirkwood, Carole Lynne, Cyril Smith, Teddy Brown, Anne D'Arcy, Roberta Huby, Sheila Kings, Judy Trevor), LADIES IN RETIREMENT (Mary Clare, Mary Merrall), portraits of Michael Redgrave, Edith Evans, Emlyn Williams, Martita Hunt, reviews, Echoes From Broadway, feature on The Duke of York's Theatre etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; rusty staples, else VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD
Theatre World, February 1940
ThW/Feb 1940 (No.181): Scenes from ALL CLEAR (Beatrice Lillie, Bobby Howes, Adele Dixon, Fred Emney, Robert Eddison), LADIES IN RETIREMENT (Mary Clare, Richard Newton), portraits of Godfrey Tearle, Diana Churchill, small portrait of Vivien Leigh, Echoes From Broadway etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; name on cover, rusty staples, else VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World, March 1940
ThW/Mch 1940 (No.182): Scenes from LIGHTS UP! (Evelyn Laye, Clifford Mollison, Martyn Green, Phyllis Stanley, Betty Hare, Doris Hare, Patrick Dennis, James Hayter - 25 photos), DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS (Beatrix Lehmann, Stephen Murray, Mark Dignam), portraits of Joan Swinstead, Iris Lockwood, Feature on the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, Echoes From Broadway etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; uncommon wartime issue; slight foxing on cover, else VG] £5
Theatre World, April 1940
ThW/Apr 1940 (No.183): Scenes from THE LIGHT OF HEART (Emlyn Williams, Angela Baddeley, Godfrey Tearle, Edward Rees, Anthony Ireland, Gladys Henson, Megs Jenkins, Elliot Mason, Arthur Powell - 27 photos), THE BEGGAR'S OPERA (Roy Henderson, Constance Willis, Audrey Mildmay, Michael Redgrave, Joseph Farrington, Linda Gray, Bruce Flegg - 6 photos); portrait of Phyllis Robins in SHEPHARD'S PIE, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD
Theatre World, May 1940
ThW/May 1940 (No.184): Scenes from JEANNIE (Eric Portman, Barbara Mullen, James Woodburn, Dorothy Hamilton, Diana Caird, Eleanore Wilson, Tatiana Lieven, Albert Lieven, Beatrix Feilden-Kay - 14 photos); full page portrait of Roma Beaumont in BLACK VELVET; portraits of Barbara Mullen and Eric Portman as themselves; photos of Jessie Matthews in COME OUT TO PLAY, Judy Campbell and Betty Ann Davies in NEW FACES, Florence Desmond, Stanley Lupino and Sally Gray in FUNNY SIDE UP, Sonnie Hale and Peggy Rawlings in COME OUT TO PLAY, Mary Alice Collins and Gwynne Whitby in THE WOMEN, Stephen Murray in ABRAHAM LINCOLN; Feature on The St.James' Theatre, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD
Theatre World, June 1940
ThW/Jun 1940 (No.185): Scenes from UP AND DOING (Leslie Henson, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway, Binnie Hale, Enid Lowe, Graham Payn, Patricia Burke, Hedli Anderson, Carroll Gibbons - 21 photos); full-page portraits of Madge Elliott and Cyril Ritchard, and John Gielgud as KING LEAR; portraits of Leslie Henson, Binnie Hale, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway, Carroll Gibbons, and Patricia Burke as themselves; photo of Ernest Thesiger and Irene Vanbrugh in THE GOOD KING CHARLES'S GOLDEN DAYS; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World July 1940
ThW/Jul 1940 (No.186): Scenes from SWINGING THE GATE (Hermione Gingold, Madge Elliott, Hedley Briggs, Robert Helpman (as Margaret Rawlings), Guy Verney, Roberta Huby, Peter Ustinov, Alan Sykes, Ronald Millar, Phillada Sewell, Alec Ross, Ann Wheatley, Elena Raye - 17 photos), REBECCA (Owen Nares, Celia Johnson, Edith Sharpe, George Thorpe, Douglas Jeffries, Margaret Rutherford - 4 photos); photo of Vera Pearce and The Girls in BELLE OF THE BARRAGE; full-page photos of Fay Compton in FAMILY PORTRAIT, Alfred Drayton and Robertson Hare in WOMEN AREN'T ANGELS!, and Hazel Jennings and John Bentley in NEW FACES; portraits of Hermione Gingold, Madge Elliott, Hedley Briggs, Roberta Huby, Ann Wheatley as themselves; The Story of His Majesty's Theatre ( of Beerbohm Tree in TRILBY) [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue; cover slightly grubby, spine partially split, minor marks, else VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, August 1940
ThW/Aug 1940 (No.187): Scenes from WOMEN AREN'T ANGELS (Alfred Drayton, Robertson Hare, Ethel Coleridge, Judy Kelly, Barbara Leake, John Valentine, Elizabeth Kent, Lloyd Pearson, Ruth Maitland, Constance Lorne, John Boxer, Frederick Morant - 17 photos), KING LEAR/Old Vic (John Gielgud, Fay Compton, Cathleen Nesbitt, Andrew Cruickshank, Stephen Haggard, Jessica Tandy - 4 photos), THE TEMPEST/Old Vic (John Gielgud, Jack Hawkins, Jessica Tandy, Marius Goring, Alec Guinness - 4 photos); full-page photo of Leslie Banks and Alastair Sim in COTTAGE TO LET; portraits of Esmond Knight, Robert Donat, Michael Redgrave, Leslie Banks; Starlets In The Limelight - photos of Ann Wheatley, Anna Claire, Betty Ann Davies, and Nita Croft; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; slightly rumpled, spine rubbed, else VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD
Theatre World, September 1940
ThW/Sep 1940 (No.188): Scenes from COTTAGE TO LET (Leslie Banks, George Cole, Frances Ruttledge, Thorley Walter, Pamela Nell, Gillian Lind, George Butler, Alastair Sim, C.Jervis-Walters, Fred Groves, Peter Rosser, Wallace Evennett, Alfred Atkins, Albert Chevalier, Charles Mortimer - 19 photos), CHU CHIN CHOW (Jerry Verno, Dennis Noble, Marjorie Browne, Lyn Harding, Rosalinde Fuller - 3 photos); full-page photo of Anna Konstam in ONCE A CROOK; photos of Dame Marie Tempest in DEAR OCTOPUS, Derek Oldham and Nita Croft in WHITE HORSE INN, Valerie Taylor, Marie Tempest and Leon Quartermaine in DEAR OCTOPUS; full-page portrait of Diana Churchill; further portraits of Leslie Banks, Alastair Sim, Gillian Lind, Katharine Cornell, Eric Johns, Leonora Duse; Introducing Ivor Novello (, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; minor marks on cover, else VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD
Theatre World, October 1940
ThW/Oct 1940 (No.189): Scenes from REBECCA (Owen Nares, Celia Johnson, Margaret Rutherford, Douglas Jefferies, Peter Hicks, Grace Denbigh Russell, Isolde Denham, Raymond Huntley, Edith Sharpe, Mona Harrison, C.V.France, Ronald Ward - 25 photos); full-page photo of Robert Donat in THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE; further photos of Edward Rees, Angela Baddeley and Godfrey Tearle in THE LIGHT OF HEART, Michael Redgrave in THUNDER ROCK, Ivor Novello and Roma Beaumont in THE DANCING YEARS, Alec Guinness in HAMLET, Jessica Tandy in JUPITER LAUGHS, Katharine Cornell and Laurence Olivier in NO TIME FOR COMEDY [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD
Theatre World, November 1940
ThW/Nov 1940 (No.190): Scenes from THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE (Robert Donat, Rosamund John, Roger Livesey, Joyce Redman, Ernest Hare - 11 photos), 'Plays on Tour' (one photo each): UP AND DOING (Cyril Ritchard, Leslie Henson), NEW FACES (Hazel Jennings, John Bentley), COTTAGE TO LET (Leslie Banks, Alastair Sim, Gillian Lind), WOMEN AREN'T ANGELS (Robertson Hare, Alfred Drayton, Judy Kelly); portraits of Edith Evans and Constance Cummings; 3 photos of DISRAELI (Warner Bros. film, known as AN EMPIRE WAS BUILT, with John Gielgud, Fay Compton, Diana Wynyard); Round the Repertory Theatres, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World, December 1940
ThW/Dec 1940 (No.191): Scenes from The Arts Theatre Ballet: THE GLEN, CASSE-NOISETTE, PERSEUS, PAS DE QUATRE, SERENADE (Prudence Hyman, Guy Massey, Molly Lake, Diana Gould, Joan Kent, Keith Lester, Harold Turner, Molly Lake, Helene Wolska, Sara Luzita, Thea Wilmer, Kira Strakhova, Vera Lavrova, Beryl Kay, Angela Hellas, John Pygram, George Gerhardt - 22 photos); full-page portrait of Dorothy Dickson in DIVERSION; further portraits of Jean Forbes-Robertson, Pat Kirkwood, Ethel Waters; photos of Jack Hulbert and Cicely Courtneidge in UNDER YOUR HAT, Teddy Knox and Jimmy Nervo in THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED, and The Lambeth Walk from ME AND MY GIRL; This Year's Pantomimes - photos of Jean Colin, Jessie Matthews, Sheila Douglas-Pennant, Iris Sadler, and Iris Sadler as Widow Twankey; 17th Century Theatre ( of Edith Evans and Michael Redgrave in the 1937 revival of THE COUNTRY WIFE); Echoes From Broadway etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD

Theatre World, January 1941
ThW/Jan 1941 (No.192): LUNCH-TIME SHAKESPEARE - 7-page Pictorial Souvenir (with 15+ photos) on Donald Wolfit's Lunch-Time Shakespeare Season at the Strand Theatre; the plays featured are HAMLET, MERCHANT OF VENICE, AS YOU LIKE IT, VOLPONE, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, TAMING OF THE SHREW, MACBETH, and THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR [28pp, 8.75x11.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD
Theatre World, February 1941
ThW/Feb 1941 (No.193): Scenes from BERKELEY SQUARE (Jean Forbes-Robertson, Rosemary Scott, Andre Van Gyseghem, Tarver Penna, Rosalinde Fuller, Christine Silver, Grey Blake - 17 photos), DIVERSION 2 (Bernard Miles, Dilys Rees, Victoria Kingsley, Joan Sterndale-Bennett, Walter Crisham, Dorothy Dickson, Peter Ustinov, Joanna Horder, Vida Hope, Edith Evans - 3 photos); photos of Virginia Winter (in RISE ABOVE IT), Pauline Grant, John Gielgud, Claire Linden, Richard Waring and Ethel Barrymore in THE CORN IS GREEN/New York, Helen Hayes and Maurice Evans in TWELFTH NIGHT/New York; Feature on Griffith Jones (Wartime difficulties facing our young actors); two photos of bomb damage to the Theatre World premises, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World, March 1941
ThW/Mch 1941 (No.194): Scenes from DEAR BRUTUS (John Gielgud, Muriel Pavlow, Ursula Jeans, Roger Livesey, Margaret Rawlings, Nora Swinburne, George Howe, Ronald Ward, Leon Quartermaine - 15 photos); portraits of Fredda Brilliant, Gordon Harker, Neil Crawford, Phoebe Kershaw, Pamela Brown as Hedda Gabler, Sonnie Hale as Widow Twankey; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World, April 1941
ThW/Apr 1941 (No.195): Scenes from DIVERSION NO.2 (Edith Evans, Bernard Miles, Vida Hope, Joan Sterndale-Bennett, Walter Crisham, Dorothy Dickson, Bernard Miles, Dilys Rees, Joanna Horder, Peter Ustinov, Dirk Bogarde (as "Derek Bogaerde"), Joyce Grenfell, Irene Eisinger, Victoria Kingsley - 13 photos), THUNDER ROCK (Walter Hudd, Fredda Brilliant, Townsend Whitling, Cyril Cusack, Christopher Willard, James Dale, Selma Vaz Dias, Nell Carter - 4 photos), NINETEEN NAUGHTY ONE (Eileen Maryon, Eda Peel, John Gregory, Bernard Clifton - 1 photo); full-page portrait of Rex Harrison, further photos of Florence Desmond, Diana Wynyard, Lilli Palmer, Emlyn Williams, Edith Evans, Dorothy Dickson, Joyce Grenfell, Gertrude Lawrence in LADY IN THE DARK, Gene Kelly and Vivienne Segal in PAL JOEY, Ethel Merman in PANAMA HATTIE, Mary Alice Collins, Zoe Gail; Article about Carnival For Britain (Radio City Music Hall broadcast) with small photos of Gertrude Lawrence, C.B.Cochran, Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World, May 1941
ThW/May 1941 (No.196): Scenes from NO TIME FOR COMEDY (Diana Wynyard, Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer, Elisabeth Welch, Arthur Macrae, Walter Fitzgerald - 13 photos), feature on Katharine Cornell (w.2 photos), feature on J M Barrie (, full-page portrait of Muriel Pavlow, photo of David Horne, Mercia Swinburne, Jill Adams, Anne Farrer, Dorothy Hyson, and Christopher Willard in UNDER ONE ROOF/St.Martin's, photo of Peggy McCormack, Roma Milne and Hilde Palmer in ORCHIDS AND ONIONS/Apollo; small photos of Betty Anne Davies and Mona Inglesby; Echoes from Broadway, full text of Exit Entwhistle (by H.C.G.Stevens) etc. [28pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World, June 1941
ThW/Jun 1941 (No.197): Scenes from SHEPHARD'S PIE (Arthur Riscoe, Bobby Howes, Richard Hearne, Vera Pearce, Pat Taylor, Frank Leighton, Benita Lydal, Jack Leopold, Rob Currie - 16 photos); interview with Griffith Jones (w.small photo); small photos of Angela Baddeley, Henry Kendall, Bud Flanagan, and Sybilla Binder; feature on the Wilson Barrett Company (w.6 photos); photo of Barry K.Barnes and Diana Churchill in ON APPROVAL; two small photos of Donald Wolfit and Rosalind Iden in THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL; small photo of Sybil Thorndike, Emlyn Williams and others in THE CORN IS GREEN; small photos of Ivy Tresmand, Lupino Lane (as Bill Snibson in ME AND MY GIRL), Valerie Le May, and George Harold; black & white reproduction of a watercolour by Ernest Thesiger of the destruction of St.Bride's Church, Fleet Street; reviews; Echoes from Broadway; full text of Fleet Nothings (by H.C.G.Stevens) etc. [24pp, 8.75x11.75; cover slightly grubby, spine rubbed, else VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World, July 1941
ThW/Jul 1941 (No.198): Scenes from RISE ABOVE IT (Hermione Baddeley, Walter Crisham, Hermione Gingold, Henry Kendall - 15 photos), KING JOHN/Old Vic (Ernest Milton, Abraham Sofaer, Sybil Thorndike, Renee Ascherson, Lewis Casson, Richard Wordsworth, Esme Church, Ernest Hare, Freda Gaye - 3 photos); full-page portrait of Muriel Barron, photos of Pat Kirkwood, Hermione Baddeley, Hermione Gingold, Sally Gray, Roberta Huby; Echoes from Broadway, Full text of Borderline Case (by H.C.G.Stevens) etc. [24pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] £5
Theatre World, August 1941
ThW/Aug 1941 (No.199): Scenes from BLITHE SPIRIT (Margaret Rutherford, Kay Hammond, Fay Compton, Cecil Parker - 16 photos), QUIET WEEKEND (Glynis Johns, Michael Wilding, Jeanne Stuart, George Thorpe - 4 photos); portraits of Glynis Johns, Judy Campbell, Fay Compton, Kay Hammond, Cecil Parker; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [24pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue; minor marks, 1-inch square label on cover, else VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, September 1941
ThW/Sep 1941 (No.200): Scenes from QUIET WEEKEND (Michael Wilding, Glynis Johns, Marjorie Fielding, George Thorpe - 16 photos); photos of Richard Hearne and Carol Rayne in FUN AND GAMES, Cecil Parker and Fay Compton in BLITHE SPIRIT, Angela Baddeley and Peter Glenville in THE LIGHT OF HEART, Esther McCracken, Arthur Riscoe and his daughter Maureen, Greer Garson; feature on Emlyn Williams (; sketch of Dame Irene Vanbrugh; review of the 1941 Season at Stratford-upon-Avon ( of Godfrey Kenton and Margaretta Scott); portrait of Emlyn Williams in LIGHT OF HEART; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [24pp, 8.75x11.75; VG; uncommon wartime issue] (£5) SOLD
Theatre World Souvenir, Shakespeare Festival 1941
ThW/1941 (Souvenir) - SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, Stratford-upon-Avon 1941: Scenes from RICHARD II (George Hayes, Baliol Holloway, Godfrey Kenton, G.Kay Souper, Michael Ingham, Marcus Insley, Stanley Howlett, C.Rivers Gadsby, G.Hannam Clark, George Manship, John Miller, Robert Marsden, Stanford Holme, Olga Edwardes, Freda Jackson, Mona Berridge, Pamela Alan, Jay Laurier - 3 photos), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Stanley Howlett, Godfrey Kenton, Margaretta Scott, George Hayes, Olga Edwardes, Mona Berridge, Michael Ingham, Marcus Insley, Jay Laurier - 4 photos), TWELFTH NIGHT (George Hayes, Olga Edwardes, Andrew Leigh, Freda Jackson, Jay Laurier, Godfrey Kenton, Margaretta Scott, Baliol Holloway - 4 photos), ROMEO AND JULIET (G.Hannam Clark, David Leith, Pamela Alan, George Manship, John Miller, Baliol Holloway, Robert Marsden, Mona Berridge, Stanley Howlett, Freda Jackson, Michael Ingham, Margaretta Scott, Godfrey Kenton, George Hayes, G.Kay Souper - 4 photos), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Freda Jackson, Baliol Holloway, Jay Laurier - 2 photos), JULIUS CAESAR (Freda Jackson, G.Kay Souper, Godfrey Kenton, Margaretta Scott, George Hayes, Baliol Holloway - 4 photos), THE RIVALS (Freda Jackson, Baliol Holloway, Pamela Alan, George Hayes, Godfrey Kenton, Margaretta Scott - 5 photos); full-page portraits of Margaretta Scott as Juliet; half-page portraits of Margaretta Scott as Beatrice, Jay Laurier as Stephano, Godfrey Kenton as Romeo, Olga Edwardes as Miranda; quarter-page portraits of Baliol Holloway as Cassius, George Hayes as Richard II, Freda Jackson as Mrs.Malaprop [16pp, 8.75x11.75; 30+ photos in all; VG; very uncommon wartime issue] (£6) SOLD
Theatre World, October 1941
ThW/Oct 1941: Scenes from FUN AND GAMES (Carol Rayne, Arthur Riscoe, Vera Pearce, Richard Hearne, Sydney Howard, Frank Leighton, The Raviolis, Frank Tilton - 33 photos); portrait of Frances Day; portrait of Firth Shephard; Echoes From Broadway with photo of Edmund Gwenn in THE WOOKEY, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, November 1941
ThW/Nov 1941: Scenes from THE NUTMEG TREE (Yvonne Arnaud, Frederick Leister - 2 photos), War-Time Story of the Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Companies, w.20 photos: THE CHERRY ORCHARD (Nicholas Hannen, Olive Layton, James Donald, James Dale, Stanford Holme, Athene Seyler, Lucy Griffiths, Walter Hudd, Dorothy Baird), KING JOHN (Lewis Casson, Sybil Thorndike), THE SLEEPING PRINCESS (Margot Fonteyn, Robert Helpmann), FACADE (Margot Fonteyn, Frederick Ashton), LES SYLPHIDES, GISELLE (Margot Fonteyn, Robert Helpmann), LES PATINEURS (Pamela May, Margot Fonteyn, June Brae), FACADE, THE WANDERER (Margot Fonteyn, Robert Helpmann), THE PROSPECT BEFORE US (Mary Honer, Robert Helpmann), DANTE SONATA (June Brae, Robert Helpmann), THE BEGGAR'S OPERA (Ronald Stear, Edith Coates), DON GIOVANNI (Joan Cross, David Lloyd), THE MAGIC FLUTE (Joan Cross, Ronald Stear, David Lloyd), and THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO; BLACK VANITIES (Frances Day, Zoe Gail, Naunton Wayne, Patricia Leonard, Chesney Allen, Bud Flanagan, Robert Lindon -12 photos), NO TIME FOR COMEDY (Diana Wynyard, Lilli Palmer - 2 photos); portrait of Vivien Leigh; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; name on cover, else VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, December 1941
ThW/Dec 1941: Scenes from JUPITER LAUGHS (James Mason, Raymond Lovell, Beatrice Varley, Norman Pitt, Peggy Bryan, Rosemary Scott, Penny Baker, Claude Bailey, Grace Arnold, Lynn Evans - 17 photos), DISTANT POINT (Christopher Willard, Arthur Hambling, Mary Morris, Edmund Willard, Tarver Penna, Maria Britnieva, Esme Percy, Josephine Wilson - 3 photos), OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES (Marie Lohr, Phyllis Dare, Olive Walter, Rene Ray, Pamela Stirling, Derek Blomfield, Henry Edwards, Esma Cannon - 14 photos), JACK AND THE BEANSTALK at the Coliseum (Lorely Dyer, Norman Evans, J.P.Kennedy - 4 photos); features on Private Griffith Jones ( and Anna May Wong (; portrait of Isolde Denham; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; spine rubbed, else VG] (£4) SOLD

Theatre World, January 1942
ThW/Jan 1942 (No.204): Scenes from GET A LOAD OF THIS (Celia Lipton, Vic Oliver, Jeanne Ravel, Dorcas White, The Cairoli Brothers, Jean Barnes, George Gray, Vernon Jon, Daphne and Jack Barker - 18 photos), THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA (John Turnbull, Frank Allenby, Cyril Cusack, Vivien Leigh, Morland Graham, Austin Trevor - 2 photos), CAVALCADE OF MYSTERY (Cecil Lyle, Lucille Lafarge - 7 photos), SKYLARK (Constance Cummings, Hugh Sinclair - 2 photos); portraits of Emlyn Williams and Angela Baddeley, and Coral Browne; photos of Daria Luna, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Christine Adrian, Alicia Markova in LES SYLPHIDES, Edmond Knight in WALTZES FROM VIENNA, Clifton Webb and Mildred Natwick in BLITHE SPIRIT on Broadway, Cecil Parker and Margaret Rutherford in BLITHE SPIRIT in London, and Helen Hayes and John Wengraf in CANDLE IN THE WIND; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, February 1942
ThW/Feb 1942 (No.205): Scenes from THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (Robert Morley, Coral Browne, Cameron Hall, Viola Lyel, Constance Lorne, Ralph Roberts, Daphne Courtney, Peter de Greet, Isa Bowman, Adah Dick, Edie Martin, Sydney Benson, Alec Finlayson, Hugh McDermott, Fred Hastings, Charles Williams, Max Spiro, David Laing, Mary Alice Collins, Edward Cooper, Jerry Verno - 25 photos), WARN THAT MAN! (Gordon Harker, Herbert Rouen, Veronica Rose, Percy Parsons, Rod McPherson, Stanley Groome, Rosamund Paget, Basil Radford, Judy Kelly, Max Adrian, Ethel Coleridge - 9 photos); photos of Edith Evans, Barbara Douglas, Jeanne de Casalis, Sydney Howard, Binnie Hale, Rene Ray, Jean Colin in JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, Arthur Askey and Vera Frances in JACK AND JILL, Nervo and Knox in BABES IN THE WOOD, Vincent Price and Judith Evelyn in ANGEL STREET on Broadway, Patricia Peardon and Lenore Lonergan in JUNIOR MISS; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; cover loose, else VG] £3
Theatre World, March 1942
ThW/Mch 1942 (No.206): Scenes from THE MORNING STAR (Emlyn Williams, Angela Baddeley, Frederick Lloyd, Roddy Hughes, Elliott Mason, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Gladys Henson, Walter Piers - 18 photos), RISE ABOVE IT (Second Edition) (Wilfred Hyde-White, Georgina Cookson, Guy Verney, Carole Lynne, Walter Crisham, Hermione Baddeley, Henry Kendall, Virginia Winter, Hermione Gingold - 15 photos); further photos of GOODNIGHT CHILDREN (Fred Groves, Patrick Ludlow, Eileen Beldon), OLD ACQUAINTANCE (Edith Evans, Marian Spencer, Ronald Ward), and TWENTY TO ONE (Nita Harvey); portraits of Hermione Baddeley and Hermione Gingold, Katharine Cornell, and Oda Slobodskaya (in SOROTCHINTSI FAIR); letter from Greer Garson (, articles, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; cover partially split, else VG] £4
Theatre World, April 1942
ThW/Apr 1942 (No.207): Scenes from OLD ACQUAINTANCE (Edith Evans, Marian Spencer, Ronald Ward, Muriel Pavlow, Alice Gachet - 17 photos), TALES OF HOFFMANN (Ruth Naylor, Henry Wendon, Sara Luzita, Frank Staff, Esme Percy, Howard Fry, Patrick Hoey, Molly de Gunst, Percy Heming - 4 photos), GANGWAY (Ben Lyon, Bebe Daniels, Tommy Trinder, Roberta Huby, Kim Kendall, Webster Booth, Anne Ziegler, The Bredwins, Lamar and Rosita, Rona Riccardo - 16 photos); further photos of Ivor Novello (in THE DANCING YEARS), Vivien Leigh (in THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA), Richard Tauber (in BLOSSOM TIME), Robert Helpmann and Mary Honer (in COPPELIA), Yvonne Arnaud and Helen Haye (in THE NUTMEG TREE), Esma Cannon (in OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES), Greta Fayne (in TWENTY TO ONE); article on Esmond Knight's intention to return to the theatre after his loss of sight (, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; minor tear to cover, else VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, May 1942
ThW/May 1942 (No.208): Scenes from BLOSSOM TIME (Richard Tauber, Esther Moncrieff, Hella Kurty, Leneen MacGrath, Margaret Yarde, Florence Hunt, John Deverell, Neal Arden, Bertram Dench, Netta Westcott, Bertram Wallis - 17 photos), SKYLARK (Constance Cummings, John Clements, Renee Gadd, Frederick Farley, John Miller, Henry Morell, Hugh Sinclair - 8 photos), THE DANCING YEARS (Roma Beaumont, Peter Graves, Ivor Novello - 2 photos); features on Binnie Hale and Florence Desmond (w.portraits); further photos of Diana Wynyard and Anton Walbrook (in WATCH ON THE RHINE), Malcolm Keen and Sylvia Cecil, and Sonnie Hale and Elsie Randolph (in THE MAID OF THE MOUNTAINS), Todd Duncan and Anne Brown (in PORGY AND BESS), Patricia Leonard (in SCOOP), Yvonne Coulette (in IMMORTAL GARDEN), and Sally Latimer (in INHERITANCE OF EARTH); Tribute to Donald Wolfit (w.2 photos), Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, June 1942
ThW/Jun 1942 (No.209): Scenes from WATCH ON THE RHINE (Diana Wynyard, Anton Walbrook, Athene Seyler, Betty Hardy, Peter Murray Hill, Judy Campbell - 25 photos), FINE AND DANDY (Leslie Henson, Dorothy Dickson, Graham Payn, Douglas Byng - 4 photos), SCOOP (Henry Kendall, Patricia Leonard, Charles Hawtrey - 8 photos); portraits of Ivor Novello and Muriel Barron, Margaretta Scott as Lady Teazle, and Griffith Jones as himself; interview with Yvonne Arnaud, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.8x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, July 1942
ThW/Jul 1942 (No.210): Scenes from FINE AND DANDY (Dorothy Dickson, Graham Payn, Leslie Henson, Stanley Holloway, Douglas Byng, Lois Davis - 28 photos), STRATFORD SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL (Baliol Holloway, George Hayes, George Skillan, Jay Laurier - 4 photos); portraits of Jessie Matthews and Carole Lynne; interview with Helena Pickard (Lady Hardwicke) w.portrait; Echoes From Broadway (photo of Paul Muni and Jessica Tandy), reviews etc. [36pp, 5.8x8.75; VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, August 1942
ThW/Aug 1942 (No.211): Scenes from SKY HIGH (Hermione Baddeley, Hermione Gingold, Walter Crisham, Naunton Wayne, Elizabeth Welch, Zoe Gail, George Gower, Prudence Hyman, Betty Hare, Phyllis Pearce, George Carden - 25 photos), WONDERLAND (Tom Linden, Diana Gould, Barbara Jdanova, Pauline Grant, Audrey Seed, Pat Smylie, David Davenport, Paul Federoff - 15 photos); portrait of Betty Ann Davies; photos of Wanda Rotha, Marjorie Browne, Freda Jackson, Ray Barcia, John Gielgud as MACBETH, Frank Pettingell and Wilfrid Lawson in LIFELINE, Eva Le Gallienne and Joseph Schildkraut in UNCLE HARRY, Gwynne Whitby, Marjorie Fielding and George Thorpe in QUIET WEEK-END; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World September 1942
ThW/Sep 1942 (No.212): Scenes from MACBETH (John Gielgud, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Dorothy Green, Ernest Thesiger, Annie Esmond, Nicholas Hannen, Emrys Jones, John Shepherd, Leon Quartermaine, Michael Gainsborough, George Woodbridge, Thea Holme, David Baxter, Abraham Sofaer, Tarver Penna, Brown Derby, Francis Lister, A. Bromley Davenport, Alan Badel - 18 photos), HAMLET (Robert Helpmann, John Hart, Margot Fonteyn, David Paltenghi, Celia Franca - 5 photos), TWELFTH NIGHT (Raymond Farrell, Mona Inglesby, Nina Tarakanova, Leslie French - 3 photos); portraits of Raymond Lovell in MURDER WITHOUT CRIME, Mary Clare in NO ORCHIDS FOR MISS BLANDISH, Peter Croft in MURDER WITHOUT CRIME, Lupino Lane in ME AND MY GIRL; photos of Adrienne Allen and Ray Barcia; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; spine slightly rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £4
Theatre World, October 1942
ThW/Oct 1942 (No.213): Scenes from WILD ROSE (Jessie Matthews, Richard Hearne, Frank Leighton, Andrea Melandrinos, Andre Randall, Jack Leopold, Elsie Percival, Winifred Davis, Linda Gray, Phil Trix - 27 photos), MURDER WITHOUT CRIME (Raymond Lovell, Peter Croft, Joy Shelton, Margaret Johnston - 14 photos); portraits of John Mills in MEN IN SHADOW, Gypsy Rose Lee in STAR AND GARTER, and Sybil Thorndike as SAINT JOAN; photos of Pamela Brown and Nora Swinburne; Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World November 1942
ThW/Nov 1942 (No.214): Scenes from CLAUDIA (Hugh Sinclair, Pamela Brown, Thorley Walters, Mary Martlew, Lea Seidl, Amy Frank, Frederic Richter - 23 photos), MEN IN SHADOW (John Mills, Derek Elphinstone, Ralph Michael, Paul Bonifas, Robert Wilton, Alice Gachet, Hubert Gregg - 4 photos), FLARE PATH (Kathleen Harrison, Adrianne Allen, Dora Gregory, Leueen MacGrath, George Cole, Martin Walker, Gerard Hinze, Leslie Dwyer, Jack Watling - 9 photos), NIGHT OF THE GARTER (Sydney Howard, Max Kirby, Jack Melford, Marjorie Brooks, Joan Shannon, Rene Ray, Neal Arden - 2 photos); notice of the death of Dame Marie Tempest (; portraits of Leslie Banks and Michael Redgrave in THE DUKE IN DARKNESS, and Mona Inglesby in GISELLE; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, December 1942
ThW/Dec 1942 (No.215): Scenes from DU BARRY WAS A LADY (Frances Day, Arthur Riscoe, Frances Marsden, Teddy Beaumont, Inga Andersen, Jackie Hunter, Bruce Trent, Diane Gardiner, Charles Stone - 31 photos); Feature on The Arts Theatre - Six Months of Progress: with photos of Alec Clunes in SWAN SONG, AWAKE AND SING (Richard Attenborough, Lily Kann, Michael Raghan, Julian Somers, Martin Miller, Vivienne Bennett, Harry Rose - 7 photos), TWELFTH NIGHT (Richard Attenborough, Vivienne Bennett, Jeremy Hawk, Jean Forbes-Robertson, Joyce Redman, Alec Clunes, Denys Blakelock, Russell Thorndike, Walter Hudd - 3 photos), THE SPRINGTIME OF OTHERS (Mary Hinton, Isolde Denham, Jeremy Hawk - 1 photo), MAGIC (Walter Hudd, Graveley Edwards, Julian Randall, Alec Clunes, Penelope Dudley-Ward, Stanford Holme - 1 photo), and HOUSE OF REGRETS (John Ruddock, David Bird, Noel Willman, Gibb McLaughlin, Miki Iveria, Susan Richards, Josephine Middleton, Christine Silver, Max Adrian, Julian Dallas, Lalage Lewis - 5 photos); portraits of Alec Clunes, Cicely Courtneidge in FULL SWING, Ronald Squire and Isabel Jeans in HOME AND BEAUTY, Flora Robson in THE DAMASK CHEEK, and Helena Pickard (Lady Hardwicke) and her 10-year old son Edward Hardwicke; Interview with John Gielgud (; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] £4

Theatre World January 1943
ThW/Jan 1943 (No.216): Scenes from LET'S FACE IT (Bobby Howes, Noele Gordon, Pat Kirkwood - 17 photos), WALTZ WITHOUT END (Jane Carr, Betty Warren, Ivor Sheridan - 9 photos), THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Cyril Ritchard, Peggy Ashcroft, Jean Cadell, J.H.Roberts - 19 photos), PANTOMIMES (Arthur Askey, Lesley Osmond, Polly Ward, Archie Glen, Eddie Gray) etc. [36pp, 5.8x8.75; minor marks, else VG] £4
Theatre World February 1943
ThW/Feb 1943 (No.217): Scenes from THE PETRIFIED FOREST (Constance Cummings, Owen Nares, Hartley Power, Gwyn Nicholls, Robert Beatty, Raymond Mander (as Ruby) - 26 photos), ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (Lilian Braithwaite, Mary Jerrold, Naunton Wayne - 3 photos), BEST BIB AND TUCKER (incl. Tommy Trinder as Carmen Miranda - 5 photos), THE MUSIC OF AMERICA and THE JACKDAW OF RHEIMS (variety shows - 7 photos), THE HOUSE OF JEFFREYS (Sybil Thorndike, Russell Thorndike - 3 photos) etc.; further photos of Katharine Hepburn and Elliott Nugent (in WITHOUT LOVE), Alfred Lunt and Lynne Fontanne (in THE PIRATE); portraits of Roma Beaumont and Nora Swinburne; feature on Hugh Sinclair (; Opportunities in the Legitimate Theatre (speech by Gertrude Lawrence), Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.8x8.75; spine rubbed, minor marks, else VG] £3
Theatre World, March 1943
ThW/Mch 1943 (No.218): Scenes from ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (Lilian Braithwaite, Mary Jerrold, Naunton Wayne - 32 photos), QUIET WEEKEND (Glynis Johns, Geoffrey Edwards, George Thorpe, Marjorie Fielding, Jeanne Stuart, Frank Cellier - 4 photos); further photos of Walter Fitzgerald and Peter Croft (in MURDER WITHOUT CRIME), John Mills and Alise Gachet (in MEN IN SHADOW), Adrianne Allen and George Cole (in FLARE PATH), Athene Seyler and Norris Smith (in WATCH ON THE RHINE); portraits of Coral Browne (in THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER), Cicely Courtneidge, Margot Fonteyn (in APPARITIONS), Mary Hinton, Herminone Baddeley, Dorothy Batley, Jane Carr, and Katharine Cornell; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.8x8.75; spine split and slightly rubbed, else VG] £3
Theatre World April 1943
ThW/Apr 1943 (No.219): Scenes from BRIGHTON ROCK (Richard Attenborough, Dulcie Gray, Hermione Baddeley, Harcourt Williams - 31 photos), A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY (Michael Redgrave, Valerie Taylor - 4 photos), THE MERRY WIDOW (Madge Elliott, Cyril Ritchard, Nancy Evans), Drawings by Stanley Parker, THREE SISTERS (Judith Anderson, Katharine Cornell), THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH (Tallulah Bankhead) etc. [36pp, 5.8x8.75; VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World May 1943
ThW/May 1943 (No.220): Scenes from A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY (Michael Redgrave, Valerie Taylor, Ronald Squire - 24 photos), THEY CAME TO A CITY (Googie Withers, John Clements), WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS (Barbara Mullen, John Stuart, Nicholas Hannen), HEARTBREAK HOUSE (Robert Donat, Edith Evans, Isabel Jeans, Deborah Kerr), THE VAGABOND KING (Webster Booth, Anne Ziegler, Henry Baynton) etc. [36pp, 5.8x8.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] £4
Theatre World, June 1943
ThW/Jun 1943 (No.221): Scenes from LOVE FOR LOVE (John Gielgud, Yvonne Arnaud, Max Adrian, Miles Malleson, Leslie Banks, Angela Baddeley, Leon Quartermaine - 19 photos), PRESENT LAUGHTER and THIS HAPPY BREED (Noel Coward, Judy Campbell, Joyce Carey, James Donald), 1943 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Baliol Holloway, Abraham Sofaer, Patricia Jessel, Anna Konstam), JUNIOR MISS (Betty Marsden, Joan White, Ronald Ward, Peggy Cummins - 17 photos) etc. [36pp, 5.8x8.75; VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World July 1943
ThW/Jul 1943 (No.222): Scenes from THE VAGABOND KING (Ann Ziegler, Webster Booth, Henry Baynton, Syd Walker, Tessa Deane, Sara Gregory - 22 photos), THEY CAME TO A CITY (John Clements, Googie Withers, Frances Rowe, Mabel Terry-Lewis, A.E.Matthews, Norman Shelley, Raymond Huntley, Renee Gadd, Ada Reeve - 18 photos), THE MOON IS DOWN (Lewis Casson, Dorothy Dewhurst, Karel Stepanek, Alan Haines - 5 photos); article on Oxford Summer Festival of the Arts, 1943; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World August 1943
ThW/Aug 1943 (No.223): Scenes from SWEET AND LOW (Walter Crisham, Hermione Gingold, Graham Penley, Edna Wood, Ilena Sylva, Brenda Bruce, Mary Irwin, Bonar Colleano - 29 photos), MAGIC CARPET (Sydney Howard, Graham Payne, Betty Warren, Cyril Fletcher - 5 photos), LISBON STORY (Patricia Burke, Joseph Dollinger, Jack Livesey, Noele Gordon, Arsene Kirilloff, Albert Lieven, Alicia Halama, Czeslaw Konarski - 10 photos), HI-DE-HI ("Monsewer" Eddie Gray, Chesney Allen, Bud Flanagan, Florence Desmond - 6 photos) reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, minor marks, else VG] £4
Theatre World September 1943
ThW/Sep 1943 (No.224): Scenes from IT'S TIME TO DANCE (Jack Buchanan, Elsie Randolph, Fred Emney, Marjorie Brooks, Buddy Bradley, Anthony Howard, Daria Luna, Andrew Leigh - 36 photos), LOTTIE DUNDASS (Sybil Thorndike, Ann Todd, Renee Ascherson, Charles Sewell, John Jarvis, Bruce Winston, Helen Horsey - 16 photos); article on Emlyn Williams ( etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] £4
Theatre World October 1943
ThW/Oct 1943 (No.225): Scenes from PINK STRING AND SEALING WAX (Iris Hoey, David Horne, Philip Friend, Margaret Barton, Audrey Hesketh, Dorothy Hyson, Cecil Bevan, Eric Micklewood, Shelagh Furley - 22 photos), SUNNY RIVER (Evelyn Laye, Edith Day, Bertram Wallis, Kenneth Blain, Dennis Noble, Lionel Trim, Don Avory, Marion Wilson, Ena Burrill, Edna Proud, Bernard Ansell - 16 photos), THE FUR COAT (Jeanne de Casalis, Henry Kendall, Beryl Mason, John Burch - 10 photos), article on 'The New "Lac des Cygnes"' of Margot Fonteyn, portraits of Roslie Crutchley, Leueen MacGrath, Isolde Denham, and Dulcie Gray, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] £4
Theatre World November 1943
ThW/Nov 1943 (No.226): Scenes from MR.BOLFRY (Alastair Sim, Sophie Stewart, Walter Fitzgerald, Alfie Bass, Dorothy Smith, Ronald Millar, Sheila Brownrigg - 22 photos), MY SISTER EILEEN (Coral Browne, Max Bacon, Sally Gray - 4 photos), The new LE LAC DES CYGNES (Margot Fonteyn, Robert Helpmann, Joan Sheldon, Alexis Rassine, Margaret Dale, designed by Leslie Hurry - 5 photos); 4 Sadler's Wells Opera portraits (Ben Williams, Joan Cross, John Hargreaves, Edith Coates); portraits of Peggy Ashcroft and John Clements; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; spine slightly scuffed, else VG] £4
Theatre World December 1943
ThW/Dec 1943 (No.227): Scenes from MY SISTER EILEEN (Sally Gray, Coral Browne, Cyril Renison, Charles Farrell, Elizabeth Hunt, Harry Ross, Graeme Muir, Charles Rolfe, Carl Lacey, Ellis Irving, Virginia Winter, Ian Fleming, James Page, Richard Molinas - 25 photos), TEN LITTLE NIGGERS (Henrietta Watson, Percy Walsh, Terence de Marney - 1 photo), ACACIA AVENUE (Dorothy Hamilton, Gordon Harker, Rhoderick Walker, Yvonne Owen, Miki Hood, Doris Rogers, Alfred Farrell, Hubert Gregg, Megs Jenkins - 10 photos), THE LOVE RACKET (Peggy Carlisle, Arthur Askey, Roy Royston, Carol Raye, Harry Milton, Valerie Tandy, Hugh Morton - 7 photos), THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON (Barry K Barnes, Diana Churchill, Margaret Halstan - 3 photos); articles on The Market Theatre, Conference at Kazan: Non-Russian Soviet Theatres; portraits of Joyce Redman, Elsie Randolph, Peggy Hale in JUNIOR MISS, Peter Graves, Vivienne Bennett, The Lunts, Jane Baxter, Y vonne Arnaud, Ann Todd in LOTTIE DUNDASS; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

Theatre World January 1944
ThW/Jan 1944 (No.228): Scenes from SOMETHING IN THE AIR (Geoffrey Wardwell, Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Ronald Shiner, Peggy Watson, Sabina Gordon, Eunice Crowther, Jean Gillie - 14 photos), PANAMA HATTIE (Bebe Daniels, Claude Hulbert, Ivan Brandt, Betty Blacker, Richard Hearne, Queenie (as Ben Hur), Max Wall - 14 photos), TEN LITTLE NIGGERS (Allan Jeayes, Linden Travers, Percy Walsh, Gwyn Nicholls, Michael Blake, Eric Cowley, Terence de Marney - 12 photos); portraits of Muriel Pavlow, Gladys Henson, Michael Wilding, Hugh McDermott; 2-page interview with Griffith Jones ( etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World February 1944
ThW/Feb 1944 (No.229): Scenes from WHILE THE SUN SHINES (Jane Baxter, Hugh McDermott, Michael Wilding, Douglas Jefferies, Ronald Squire, Eugene Deckers, Brenda Bruce - 26 photos), AN IDEAL HUSBAND (Dame Irene Vanbrugh, Rosemary Scott, Nan Hopkins, Rosamund Greenwood, Ian Lubbock, Roland Culver, Peggy Bryan, Manning Whiley, Martita Hunt, John Vere, John Baker, Townsend Whitling, Esme Percy - 16 photos), HALFWAY TO HEAVEN (Bobby Howes, Sydney Howard, Leslie Perrins, Betty Stockfield, Lesley Brook, H.R.Hignett, J.H.Roberts - 4 photos), THIS TIME IT'S LOVE (Ernest Thesiger, Charles Heslop, Ellen Pollock, Beryl Mason, Evelyn Barnard, Stanley Vilven, Dennis Bowen - 10 photos); Pantomimes (Burton Broon, Evelyn Laye, Sid Plummer, Natasha Sokolova, Rovi Pavinoff, Betty Frankiss); portraits of Robert Donat (at home with pipe), Glynis Johns and Diana Deare in PETER PAN, and Robert Helpmann in JOB; reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World March 1944
ThW/Mch 1944 (No.230): Scenes from ARC DE TRIOMPHE (Mary Ellis, Harcourt Williams, Peter Graves, Gwen Floyd, Raymond Lovell, Vicki Bruce, Netta Westcott, Nesta Ross, Maidie Andrews, Tony de Lungo, Elisabeth Welch, Hilary Allen, Eric Starling - 21 photos), THERE SHALL BE NO NIGHT (Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Terry Morgan, Muriel Pavlow, Gerald Kempinski - 8 photos); portraits of Gabrielle Brune, Robert Helpmann (as Hamlet), Joyce Barbour, Francoise Rosay, Hermione Gingold, and Henry Kendall; cartoon of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne (by Stanley Parker); Tribute to Alice Delysia (; article on Unity Theatre (w.4 photos) etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World April 1944
ThW/Apr 1944 (No.231): Scenes from A SOLDIER FOR CHRISTMAS (Joyce Barbour, Robert Beatty, Trevor Howard, Winifred Hindle, Pauline Letts, Meriel Forbes, Joan Harben, Susan Richmond, Frances Waring - 20 photos), THE DRUID'S REST (Richard Burton, Gladys Henson, Brynmor Thomas, Nuna Davey, Neil Porter, Lyn Evans, Roddy Hughes, Michael Shepley - 13 photos), HAMLET (Robert Helpmann, Basil Sydney, Margot Grahame, Pamela Brown, Dennis Price (as Horatio), Geoffrey Toone - 9 photos); portraits of Joan White, Beatrix Lehmann, Mary Jerrold, Patricia Hicks, Leslie Banks, and Betty Ann Davies; article about Ballet Rambert (; interview with Dorothy Hyson ( etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World May 1944
ThW/May 1944 (No.232): Scenes from SWEETER AND LOWER (Hermione Gingold, Henry Kendall, Gretchen Franklin, Edna Wood, Bonar Colleano, Ilena Sylvia, Richard Curnock, George Carden - 21 photos), THE LILAC DOMINO (Pat Taylor, Graham Payn, Bernard Clifton, Elizabeth French, Billy Holland - 11 photos); article about the 'English National Ballet' ( of Ninette de Valois); portraits of Michael Redgrave and Beatrix Lehmann in UNCLE HARRY, Ena Burrill, Flora Robson in GUILTY (Therese Raquin), Arthur Roscoe, Carole Lynne, Brenda Bruce, Trevor Howard, Dorothy Dickson, Beatrice Lillie etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World June 1944
ThW/Jun 1944 (No.233): Scenes from UNCLE HARRY (Michael Redgrave, Rachel Kempson, Beatrix Lehmann, Ena Burrill, Susan Richards, Keith Campbell, Grace Denbeigh-Russell, Hugh Stewart, John Garside, Lee Fox, Margery Bryce, Donald Finlay - 23 photos), 1944 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Helen Cherry, George Hayes, John Byron, Patricia Jessel, Antony Eustrel, Cliff Weir, Mary Honer, Michael Martin-Harvey, Viola Lyel - 18 photos), portraits of Anna Neagle, Marjorie Sandford etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World July 1944
ThW/Jul 1944 (No.234): Scenes from MEET ME VICTORIA (Lupino Lane, Phyllis Robins, Eddie Lathan, Barry MacDonald, Dorothy Ward, William Norman, Violet Blythe, Doreen Duke, Lauri Lupino Lane, Wallace Lupino, Ann Booth - 17 photos), STRATFORD FESTIVAL (Robert Atkins, John Byron, David Read, Peter Upcher, Viola Lyel, Mary Honer, George Hayes, Antony Eustrel, Helen Cherry, Cliff Weir - 12 photos), Two Years at the Arts Theare (w.18 photos), portrait of John Gielgud etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World August 1944
ThW/Aug 1944 (No.235): Scenes from THE LAST OF MRS.CHEYNEY (Coral Browne, Jack Buchanan, Austin Trevor, Margaret Scudamore, Athene Seyler, - 19 photos); charming portrait of Ursula Jeans and Roger Livesey; portraits of Edna Wood, Ilena Sylva, and Gretchen Franklin (in SWEETER AND LOWER); articles on PYGMALION in Moscow (Maly Theatre w.7 photos), Beatrice Lillie (, Post-War Plans for the Ex-Service Actor; Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World September 1944
ThW/Sep 1944 (No.236): Scenes from ARMS AND THE MAN (Ralph Richardson, Laurence Olivier, Margaret Leighton, Sybil Thorndike, Joyce Redman, Nicholas Hannen - 19 photos), PEER GYNT (Ralph Richardson, Laurence Olivier, Sybil Thorndike - 5 photos), SADLER'S WELLS BALLET (portraits of Robert Helpmann, Margot Fonteyn, Beryl Grey, Julia Farron, Celia Franca, Margaret Dale, Joan Sheldon, Peggy Van Praagh); portraits of Peggy Ashcroft, Judy Campbell; Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; name on cover, slightly rumpled else VG] £3
Theatre World October 1944
ThW/Oct 1944 (No.237): Scenes from TO-MORROW THE WORLD (David O'Brien, Jean Cadell, Angela Glynne, Robert Harris, Elizabeth Allan, Lilly Kann, Julian Mitchell, Tony Millen, Billy Darren, Derek Lansiaux - 29 photos), THE BANBURY NOSE (Roger Livesey, Michael Shepley, Hugh Burden, Richard Wordsworth, Marione Everall, Ursula Jeans, Richard Hart, Christine Silver, Isolde Denham - 7 photos); portraits of Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt (in THERE SHALL BE NO NIGHT), Kay Hammond, Jane Baxter, Rachel Kempson, Phyllis Monkman; feature on Sonia Dresdel (; Echoes From Broadway, etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World November 1944
ThW/Nov 1944 (No.238): Scenes from RICHARD III (Laurence Olivier, Joyce Redman, Margaret Leighton, Sybil Thorndike, Michael Warre, Nicholas Hannen, Harcourt Williams, George Relph, Maurice Nicholas, Bay White, Charles Leno, Sydney Tafler, Nancy Nevinson, Ralph Richardson - 19 photos), PEER GYNT (Ralph Richardson, Sybil Thorndike, Joyce Redman, Margaret Leighton, Nicholas Hannen, Vida Hope, Harcourt Williams, George Relph, Laurence Olivier - 14 photos); portraits of Fay Compton, Angela Baddeley, Vivienne Bennett; Echoes From Broadway, etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; name on cover, slightly rumpled else VG] £4
Theatre World December 1944
ThW/Dec 1944 (No.239): Scenes from HAMLET (John Gielgud, Leslie Banks, Marian Spencer, Miles Malleson, Peggy Ashcroft - 23 photos), MIRACLE IN THE GORBALS (Robert Helpmann), portraits of Hermione Gingold, Kay Hammond and John Clements in PRIVATE LIVES, Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £5

Theatre World, January 1945
ThW/Jan 1945 (No.240): Scenes from NO MEDALS (Pauline Tennant, Fay Compton, Valerie White, Frederick Leister, Thora Hird), BLITHE SPIRIT (Penelope Ward, Beryl Measor, Nicholas Phipps), THREE'S A FAMILY (Vera Pearce, Morland Graham), THE MAGISTRATE (Denys Blakelock, Derek Blomfield, Newton Blick, Helen Cherry), IT DEPENDS WHAT YOU MEAN (Alastair Sim, Margaret Barton, Alec Faversham, Angela Baddeley, Wilfred Hyde White), The Problem of the Prodigy (article about Sir Cedric Hardwicke and his 12-year old son Edward Hardwicke), New shows of the month (incl.Ellen Pollock in PYGMALION), portrait of Clive Brook, Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, February 1945
ThW/Feb 1945 (No.241): Scenes from THE CIRCLE (Yvonne Arnaud, Leslie Banks, Rosalie Crutchley, John Gielgud, Cecil Trouncer - 17 photos), A NIGHT IN VENICE (Daria Bayan, Henry Wendon, George Howe, Jerry Verno - 9 photos), Portrait of Nora Swinburne, review of UNCLE VANYA (Old Vic Company), Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, March 1945
ThW/Mch 1945 (No.242): Scenes from LOVE IN IDLENESS (Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne - 19 photos), COSI FAN TUTTE at Sadler's Wells (Joan Cross, Peter Pears, Owen Brannigan), EMMA (Anna Neagle), UNCLE VANYA (Laurence Olivier, Ralph Richardson, Sybil Thorndike, Margaret Leighton, Harcourt Williams, Joyce Redman - 17 photos), ENSA and the Drama by Peter Noble, portraits of Evelyn Laye and Diana Wynyard, two studies of Anna Neagle as Emma etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, April 1945
ThW/Apr 1945 (No.243): Scenes from THREE WALTZES (Evelyn Laye, Esmond Knight, Madoline Thomas, Fred Berger, Charles Goldner, Frances Clare - 24 photos), PRIVATE LIVES (John Clements, Kay Hammond, Raymond Huntley - 14 photos), EMMA (Anna Neagle, Ambrosine Philpotts, Frank Allenby, Graveley Edwards), Feature on Mary Clare, Unusual portrait of Vivien Leigh, Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, May 1945
ThW/May 1945 (No.244): Scenes from THE YEARS BETWEEN (Clive Brook, Nora Swinburne, Ronald Ward, John Gilpin - 19 photos), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Leslie Banks, Isobel Dean), IRENE (Pat Taylor, Frank Leighton, Arthur Riscoe), 5 portraits from the 1945 Stratford-upon-Avon Season (Claire Luce, Moira Lister, Antony Eustrel, George Skillan, Robert Atkins), Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; name on cover, slightly rumpled, else VG] £3
Theatre World, June 1945
ThW/Jun 1945 (No.245): Scenes from GAY ROSALINDA (Cyril Ritchard, Ruth Naylor, Irene Ambrus, Peter Graves, Jay Laurier, conducted by Richard Tauber), 1945 STRATFORD-UPON-AVON FESTIVAL (David Read, Tristan Rawson, Antony Eustrel, Claire Luce, George Skillan, Viola Lyel, Moira Lister, Robert Atkins, W.E.Holloway, Peter Bell - 19 photos and review), Sadler's Wells Ballet Season, portrait of Sophie Stewart and Richard Bird in THE LADY FROM EDINBURGH, Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, July 1945
ThW/Jul 1945 (No.246): Scenes from THE WIND OF HEAVEN (Emlyn Williams, Diana Wynyard), THE DUCHESS OF MALFI (Peggy Ashcroft, John Gielgud, Leslie Banks, Cecil Trouncer, Leon Quartermaine - 11 photos), MADAME LOUISE (Constance Lorne, Robertson Hare, Lesley Brook, Alfred Drayton), KING HENRY VIII at Stratford-upon-Avon, Feature on Claire Luce, Short feature on PETER GRIMES with photo of Peter Pears, Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, August 1945
ThW/Aug 1945 (No.247): Scenes from LADY FROM EDINBURGH (Sophie Stewart, Richard Bird, Dulcie Gray), THE NIGHT AND THE MUSIC (Vic Oliver, Jill Manners), SWEETER AND LOWER (Henry Kendall), JACOBOWSKY AND THE COLONEL (Karel Stepanek, Michael Redgrave, Esme Percy, Rachel Kempson, Frith Banbury), Photos and feature on The Ballet Jooss at the Winter Garden, Portrait of Frank Leighton and Angela Baddeley in CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY, Photos of Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth, Mary Jerrold and Lilian Braithwaite in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, and Robert Harris and Elizabeth Allan in TOMORROW THE WORLD, Feature on Peter Graves, Short feature on Donald Wolfit's Company, Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, September 1945
ThW/Sep 1945 (No.248): Scenes from THE FIRST GENTLEMAN (Robert Morley, Philip Friend, Wendy Hiller, Wilfred Walter), SWEET YESTERDAY (Webster Booth, Anne Ziegler, Doris Hare - 15 photos), INTERNATIONAL BALLET (Mona Inglesby, Rovi Pavinoff, Leslie French, Algeranoff), Photos of Ivor Novello and Roma Beaumont in PERCHANCE TO DREAM, and Mary Morris and John Mills in DUET FOR TWO HANDS, Feature on the Musical Director Herbert Menges, and on THE HAUNTED BALLROOM (Robert Helpmann), Article on C.E.M.A., Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, October 1945
ThW/Oct 1945 (No.249): Scenes from PERCHANCE TO DREAM (Ivor Novello, Roma Beaumont, Margaret Rutherford, Muriel Barron, Olive Gilbert - 19 photos), DUET FOR TWO HANDS (John Mills, Mary Morris, Elspeth March - 12 photos), THE WANDERER (Robert Helpmann, Margot Fonteyn), Portrait of Laurence Olivier, Feature on Isabel Jeans, Story of a Stalag Stage by John McMillan (, Article on Theatre in the Channel Islands under the German occupation, etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; name on cover, else VG] £4
Theatre World, November 1945
ThW/Nov 1945 (No.250): Scenes from LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN (Dorothy Hyson, Isobel Jeans, Griffith Jones, Athene Seyler, Geoffrey Toone, directed by John Gielgud, designed by Cecil Beaton - 17 photos), HENRY IV Parts One and Two Old Vic Company at the New Theatre (Ralph Richardson, Laurence Olivier, Sybil Thorndike, Margaret Leighton, Michael Warre, Joyce Redman, Nicholas Hannen), GISELLE (Margot Fonteyn, Robert Helpmann), Article on the Old Vic Theatre Company's second season, Sybil Thorndike on Greek Tragedy (, The Vaudeville Theatre 1870-1945, Echoes From Broadway etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, December 1945
ThW/Dec 1945 (No.251): Scenes from OEDIPUS and THE CRITIC (Laurence Olivier (as Oedipus / Puff), Ralph Richardson (as Tiresias / Earl of Burleigh), Ray Jackson, George Curzon, Sybil Thorndike (as Jocasta / Justice's Lady), Nicholas Hannen (as Chorus Leader / Governor of Tilbury), Miles Malleson (as First Messenger / Sir Fretful Plagiary), George Relph (as The Herdsman / Dangle), Jane Wenham, Elizabeth Osman, Michael Warre, Paul Stevenson, Michael Raghan, George Rose, Joyce Redman, Nicolette Bernard, Sydney Tafler, John Garley, Peter Copley, Robin Lloyd - 27 photos), FOLLOW THE GIRLS (Arthur Askey, Evelyn Dall - 3 photos), SIGH NO MORE (Madge Elliott, Cyril Ritchard, Joyce Grenfell, Graham Payn - 3 photos), THE HASTY HEART (Frank Leighton, Emrys Jones, Margaretta Scott, Orlando Martins, Nicholas Parsons, Jerry Verno, John McLaren - 3 photos), THE CURE FOR LOVE (Wilfred Pickles, Rene Ray - 2 photos), BIG BOY (Richard Hearne, Fred Emney - 1 photo); Portrait of Emlyn Williams; Article on The Ballet Rambert ( of Sally Gilmour as Giselle); Interview with Robert Morley (; Feature on Henry Wendon (; photos of Cicely Courtneidge, Googie Withers, Sonia Desdel, Edna Wood, and Ruth Naylor; The Buskers Come Back by John McMillan; Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] (£5) SOLD

Theatre World, January 1946
ThW/Jan 1946 (No.252): Scenes from THE HASTY HEART (Emrys Jones, Margaretta Scott, Nicholas Parsons, Jerry Verno - 22 photos), HENRY IV Parts One and Two (Ralph Richardson, Laurence Olivier, Margaret Leighton, Sybil Thorndike, Peter Copley, Brian Parker, Miles Malleson - 24 photos), MADAME BUTTERFLY at Sadler's Wells, Article ( on The New Yiddish Theatre, Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, February 1946
ThW/Feb 1946 (No.253): Scenes from UNDER THE COUNTER (Cicely Courtneidge, Thorley Walters, Hartley Power - 21 photos), THE WAY TO THE TOMB (Robert Speaight, Eric Shilling, Norman Tyrrell, Frank Napier, Edward Huberman, Pamela Alan, Eleanor Summerfield; music by Benjamin Britten - 10 photos), CINDERELLA (Lois Green, Bud Flanagan, Angela Glynne, Jean Adrienne), Portraits of Dame Edith Evans as Mrs.Malaprop, and Pamela Brown, Articles on Walter Crisham and Nora Swinburne, Echoes From Broadway (including review and photo of Maurice Evans as Hamlet) etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, March 1946
ThW/Mch 1946 (No.254) - cover: Peter Pears as PETER GRIMES; Scenes from GOLDEN EAGLE - Clifford Bax (Arthur Wontner, Claire Luce, Harry Fine, John Byron, David Horne, Townsend Whitling, Torin Thatcher - 3 photos), SONG OF NORWAY (Halina Victoria, John Hargreaves, Charles Doran - 1 photo), THE RIVALS (Edith Evans, Pauline Jameson, Michael Gough, Audrey Fildes, Anthony Quayle, Jean Wilson, Peter Cushing, Morland Graham, Charles Lamb, Brefni O'Rourke, Reginald Beckwith - 5 photos), Prokofiev's CINDERELLA (premiere at the Bolshoi - 4 photos); Extensive Sadler's Wells Opera feature, including PETER GRIMES (Peter Pears, Joan Cross, Owen Brannigan, Valetta Iacopi, Edmund Donlevy, Leonard Thompson, Roderick Jones, Tom Culbert - commentary and 9 production photos), THE BARTERED BRIDE (Arthur Servent, Rose Hill, Olwen Price, Gilbert Bailey - 4 photos), MADAM BUTTERFLY (Victoria Sladen, Roderick Jones, Valetta Iacopi - 5 photos), and notes on leading members of Sadler's Wells Opera (15 photos); portraits of Valerie Taylor, Margaret Johnson, Robert Adams, Alec Clunes (as Hamlet), Mark Dignam (in THE THUNDERBOLT), Margaret Vines (as Lady Teazle), Olga Lindo (in GETTING MARRIED), Roy Malcolm (as Polonius), Peter Streuli (as Sir Oliver Surface), Bertram Shuttleworth in THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL), Pauline Bentley, Wendy Hiller (in THE FIRST GENTLEMAN); article on THE SLEEPING BEAUTY and the re-opening of Covent Garden Opera House (20 Feb 1946); Echoes From Broadway (including photo of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in Terence Rattigan's O MISTRESS MINE), feature on Ivor Novello ( [40pp; 5.9x8.75; a packed edition!; VG] £5
Theatre World, April 1946
ThW/Apr 1946 (No.255): Scenes from SONG OF NORWAY (Janet Hamilton-Smith, John Hargreaves, Halina Victoria, Jan Lawski, Bernard Ansell, Charles Doran, Colin Cunningham, John Pygram - 19 photos), THE GUINEA PIG (Robert Flemyng, Cecil Trouncer), Article on THE SLEEPING BEAUTY at Covent Garden (Margot Fonteyn, Robert Helpmann, Moira Shearer; designed by Oliver Messel), Portrait of Alexandra Danilova, THE CIRCLE produced in Moscow (, Barry Jackson on The New Idea at Stratford, W.St.John Tayleur on The Theatre in Paris and Brussels, Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, May 1946
ThW/May 1946 (No.256): Scenes from THE GUINEA-PIG (Derek Blomfield, Robert Flemyng, Cecil Trouncer, Edith Sharpe, Rachel Gurney, William Mervyn, Denholm Elliott, Joan Hickson - 20 photos), The Company of Four in THE SHOUTING DIES, THE TROJAN WOMEN, THE HAPPY JOURNEY TO TRENTON AND CAMDEN, SPRING 1600, DEATH OF A RAT, THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE, TO-MORROW'S CHILD (Margaret Johnston, John Slater, Marie Ney, Andrew Cruickshank, Eileen Herlie, Robert Harris, Pamela Brown, Alastair Sim, Walter Crisham, Frederick Valk, Irene Worth, Nigel Patrick, Sheila Sim - 12 photos), Article on ADAM ZERO (Robert Helpmann's new ballet at Covent Garden), Composite study of Hermione Gingold, Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; minor marks, else VG] £4
Theatre World, June 1946
ThW/Jun 1946 (No.257): Scenes from MAKE IT A DATE (Max Wall, Leigh Stafford, Marianne Davis, Avril Angers, Terence Delaney - 23 photos), ADAM ZERO (Robert Helpmann, Jean Bedells, June Brae - 2 photos), THE CAVE AND THE GARDEN (Bill Shine, Joan Sterndale Bennett), BALLETS NEGRES (Berto Pasuka - 6 photos), Portrait of Beatrice Lillie and article, Repertory at Oldham (w.5 photos), Article on Jack Hulbert, Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; rusty staples, else VG] £4
Theatre World, July 1946
ThW/Jul 1946 (No.258): Scenes from THE KINGMAKER (John Clements, Kay Hammond, Robert Eddison, Irene Vanbrugh - 21 photos), HERE COME THE BOYS (Jack Hulbert, Bobby Howes, Leni Lynn, Ruthene Leclerc), Ballet at Sadler's Wells (4 photos), Portrait of Donald Wolfit in REDEMPTION, Echoes From Broadway (review of the Old Vic's New York Season) etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, August 1946
ThW/Aug 1946 (No.259): Scenes from SWEETEST AND LOWEST (Henry Kendall, Hermione Gingold, Edna Wood, Gretchen Franklin, George Carden - 21 photos), FRIEDA (Barbara Everest, Ursula Howells, Jack Allen, Richard Warner - 13 photos), Photo of John Gielgud and article, Portraits of Alicia Alonso, Nora Kaye, Andre Eglevsky, Lucia Chase, Hugh Laing, and Irina Baronova, Feature on Glen Byam Shaw and Angela Baddeley, Review of the 1946 Stratford-upon-Avon Festival, Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, September 1946
ThW/Sep 1946 (No.260): Scenes from CRIME AND PUNISHMENT (John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Peter Jones - 24 photos), 1946 STRATFORD-UPON-AVON FESTIVAL (Paul Scofield, David O'Brien, David King-Wood, Valerie Taylor, Robert Harris, Hugh Griffith - 12 photos), Portrait of Constance Cummings, Article on The Wilson Barrett Company (, Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, October 1946
ThW/Oct 1946 (No.261): Scenes from BIG BEN (Carole Lynne, Trefor Jones, Noelle Gordon, Lizbeth Webb, Joan Young, David Davies, Donald Reed - 17 photos), LA BOHEME and DON PASQUALE at the Cambridge Theatre (Daria Bayan, Lester Ferguson, Ian Wallace, Martin Lawrence, Tony Sympson, Mariano Stabile, Alda Noni - 6 photos), Article on Douglas Rye (P.O.W. in Singapore), Portrait of Sid Field, Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, November 1946
ThW/Nov 1946 (No.262): Scenes from CLUTTERBUCK (Naunton Wayne, Basil Radford, Patricia Burke, Constance Cummings - 15 photos), BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD (A.E.Matthews, Mary Jerrold, Michael Gough, Andrew Leigh), FOOLS RUSH IN (Glynis Johns, Derek Farr, Joyce Barbour, Bernard Lee), Portrait of Laurence Olivier as King Lear, Articles on Vivien Leigh and Irina Baronova, Echoes From Broadway etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, December 1946
ThW/Dec 1946 (No.263): Scenes from KING LEAR (Laurence Olivier, Joyce Redman, Harry Andrews, Margaret Leighton, Nicholas Hannen, Pamela Brown, Peter Copley, Michael Warre, Alec Guinness - 18 photos), THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH (Vivien Leigh, George Devine, Ena Burrill - 9 photos), THE FAMILY REUNION (Alan Wheatley, Catherine Lacey), FOOLS RUSH IN (Glynis Johns, Derek Farr, Joyce Barbour, Bernard Lee - 9 photos), Articles on Robert Helpmann and Sid Field, Portrait of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, Portrait of Claire Luce as Becky Sharp, Echoes From Broadway etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; minor marks, else VG] £4

TheatreWorld, January 1947
ThW/Jan 1947 (No.264): Scenes from CYRANO DE BERGERAC (Ralph Richardson, Margaret Leighton, Alec Guinness, Michael Warre, Harry Andrews, Nicholas Hannen, Peter Copley - 16 photos), THE WINSLOW BOY (Emlyn Williams, Frank Cellier, Angela Baddeley, Kathleen Harrison, Michael Newell - 12 photos), MESSAGE FOR MARGARET (Flora Robson, Barbara Couper), Tom Arnold's ICE REVUE (Cecilia Colledge, Olive Robinson, Armand Perren - 3 photos), Features on Coral Browne and Flora Robson, Portrait of Lupino Lane, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in War-Time and after, Review of THE FAIRY QUEEN at Covent Garden, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, February 1947
ThW/Feb 1947 (No.265): Scenes from THE GLEAM (Honor Blackman, Elspeth March, John Robinson, Wyndham Goldie - 19 photos), LADY FREDERICK (Coral Browne, Phyllis Dare, Edwin Styles, Vernon Greeves - 9 photos), THE MAN FROM THE MINISTRY (Clifford Mollison, Beryl Mason), Portraits of Yolande Donlan, Alicia Markova in CAMILLE and Edith Evans as Cleopatra, Interview with Mary Martin, George Devine and The Young Vic, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, March 1947
ThW/Mch 1947 (No.266): Scenes from ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Godfrey Tearle, Edith Evans, Nancy Nevinson, David Greene, George Howe, Michael Goodliffe, Richard Warner, Olaf Pooley, Mark Dignam, Anthony Quayle, Helen Christie, Philip Guard - 22 photos); portraits of Leonide Massine, Diana Wynyard, Diana Churchill, Celia Franca, James Bailey; Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [36pp, 5.9x8.75; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, April 1947
ThW/Apr 1947 (No.267): Scenes from THE ALCHEMIST (Joyce Redman, Ralph Richardson, George Relph, Alec Guinness, Nicholas Hannen, Michael Warre, Peter Copley, Margaret Leighton - 17 photos), THE KING STAG (Young Vic production; John Byron, Rupert Davies, John Glen, Jean Wilson, Hattie Jacques, Stuart Burge - 11 photos), THE THREE-CORNERED HAT at Covent Garden (Massine, Margot Fonteyn, Moira Shearer, Beryl Grey; designed by Picasso), Echoes From Broadway, including review and photo of THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (John Gielgud, Robert Flemyng), Portrait of Robert Helpmann, reviews etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] £4
Theatre World May 1947
ThW/May 1947 (No.268): Scenes from THE EAGLE HAS TWO HEADS (Eileen Herlie, James Donald, Cicely Paget-Bowman, Raymond Jaquarello - 18 photos), THE WHITE DEVIL (Robert Helpmann, Margaret Rawlings, Andrew Cruickshank, Hugh Griffith, Martita Hunt - 13 photos), BACK TO METHUSELAH (Vivienne Bennett, Adrian Cairns, Joan Haythorne, Geoffrey Dunn), Feature on Margaret Rawlings, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; minor marks, else VG] £4
Theatre World, June 1947
ThW/Jun 1947 (No.269): Scenes from BORN YESTERDAY (Hartley Power, Yolande Donlan, Michael Balfour, Bessie Love, Launce Maraschal - 20 photos), NOW BARABBAS (Julian Somers, Stanley Rose, Harry Quarshie, Tristan Rawson, Denis Webb, Violet Gould, John Baron, John Lawson - 8 photos), TOGETHER AGAIN (The Crazy Gang - 7 photos), 1066 AND ALL THAT (Leslie Henson, Doris Hare, Wallas Eaton), Feature on Anthony Burke, Interview with Noel Coward, Portrait of Georges Guetary, The Season at Stratford, Feature on Douglass Montgomery, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; minor marks, else VG] £4
Theatre World, July 1947
ThW/Jul 1947 (No.270): Scenes from BLESS THE BRIDE (Lizbeth Webb, Georges Guetary, Brian Reece, Betty Paul, Eric Fort, Anona Winn, Babatunde Macaulay - 19 photos), JANE (Yvonne Arnaud, Irene Browne, Ronald Squire - 13 photos), WE PROUDLY PRESENT (Ena Burrill, Anthony Forwood, Peter Graves), RIGOLETTO at the Cambridge Theatre (Marko Rothmuller, Antonio Salvarezza, Daria Bayan - 3 photos), Feature on Ursula Jeans, Echoes From Broadway (including review of John Gielgud's production of LOVE FOR LOVE, reviews etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, August 1947
ThW/Aug 1947 (No.271): Scenes from OKLAHOMA! (Harold Keel, Betty Jane Watson, Walter Donahue, Marek Windheim, Henry Clarke, Wm.J.McCarthy, Mary Marlo, Dorothea Macfarland - 16 photos), OFF THE RECORD (Hubert Gregg, Pamela Matthews, Hugh Wakefield, Tom Gill - 10 photos), HE WHO GETS SLAPPED (Robert Helpmann, Audrey Fildes, Ernest Milton, Alfie Bass, Erich Pohlmann, Margaret Diamond, Leonard White - 14 photos and feature: A tribute to a brilliant but unlucky production), Features on Georges Guetary and Peggy Ashcroft, Ballet Rambert's forthcoming Australian Tour, Portrait of Margaret Leighton, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; a few light marks, else VG] £4
Theatre World, September 1947
ThW/Sep 1947 (No.272): Scenes from DEEP ARE THE ROOTS (Gordon Heath, Betsy Drake, Faith Brook, Allan Jeayes, Alexander Gauge, Patrick Barr - 19 photos), 1947 STRATFORD FESTIVAL (John Ruddock, Douglas Seale, Paul Scofield, Myles Eason, Laurence Payne, John Harrison, Daphne Slater, Walter Hudd, Beatrix Lehmann, Donald Sinden, John Blatchley, Dudley Jones, Joy Parker, Robert Harris - 14 photos), EDWARD, MY SON (Robert Morley, Peggy Ashcroft, John Robinson, Leueen Macgrath - 15 photos), BALLET RUSSE at Covent Garden (Olga Morosova, Vladimir Dokoudovsky, Moussia Larkina, Helen Komarova, Barbara Lloyd), Feature on Gordon Heath (On Being a Negro Actor), Feature on Frinton Summer Theatre w.3 photos, Portrait of Sybil Thorndike and Lewis Casson in THE LINDEN TREE, etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, October 1947
ThW/Oct 1947 (No.273): Scenes from DR.ANGELUS (Alastair Sim, Jane Aird, George Cole, Molly Urquhart - 16 photos), THE LINDEN TREE (Sybil Thorndike, Lewis Casson, Freda Gaye, John Dodsworth, Sonia Williams, Tilsa Page, Everley Gregg - 9 photos), LIFE WITH FATHER (Leslie Banks, Sophie Stewart, Roland Bartrop, Dorothy Gordon, Phillip Hillman - 7 photos), UNCLE VANYA at the Moscow Art Theatre (3 photos), Features on Dolores Gray and Harold Keel, Portrait of Yvonne Arnaud in JANE, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; very lightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, November 1947
ThW/Nov 1947 (No.274): Scenes from PEACE IN OUR TIME (Elspeth March, Dora Bryan, George Lane, Dandy Nichols, Alan Badel, Bernard Lee, Hazel Terry, Kenneth More, Ralph Michael, Philip Guard, Michael Kent - 17 photos), PRESENT LAUGHTER (Noel Coward, Joan Swinstead, Hugh Sinclair, Billy Thatcher, Daphne Newton, Avis Scott, Joyce Carey, Moira Lister - 9 photos), The Company of Four in THE THRACIAN HORSES, THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV, CASTE, GALWAY HANDICAP, THE ROSSITERS, THE PLAY'S THE THING, PYGMALION (Eileen Herlie, John Justin, Geoffrey Dunn, Frederick Valk, Pierre Lefevre, Ernest Milton, Laurier Lister, Brenda Bruce, Frith Banbury, Morland Graham, Max Adrian, Arthur Sinclair, Margaret Diamond, Diana Wynyard, Irene Worth, Clive Brook, Alec Clunes, Mervyn Johns, Margaret Halstan - 14 photos), Portrait of Hilda Simms in ANNA LUCASTA, Article (Broadway - Critics and Casts) by James Mason, Features on Sybil Thorndike and Ram Gopal, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; very lightly rumpled, else VG] (£4) SOLD
Theatre World, December 1947
ThW/Dec 1947 (No.275): Scenes from THE TAMING OF THE SHREW by the Old Vic Company (Trevor Howard, Patricia Burke, Bernard Miles, Peter Copley, George Rose, Harry Andrews, George Relph, Renee Asherson, Mark Dignam, Cecil Winter, Frank Duncan - 22 photos), THE CHILTERN HUNDREDS (Marjorie Fielding, A.E.Matthews, Peter Coke, Diane Hart - 15 photos), SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE BALLET (Anne Heaton, Donald Britton, Maryon Lane, Elaine Fifield - 4 photos), GISELLE at Covent Garden (Margot Fonteyn, Alexis Rassine - 6 photos), Portrait of Rosamund John and James Donald in YOU NEVER CAN TELL, Features on Beryl Kaye and Harry Andrews, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; very lightly rumpled, else VG] £4

Theatre World, January 1948
ThW/Jan 1948 (No.276): Scenes from ANNA LUCASTA (Hilda Simms, Frank Silvera, Edith Whiteman, Georgia Burke, Don Proctor, Frederick O'Neal, Earle Hyman, Betty Haynes - 19 photos), HAPPY AS LARRY (Liam Redmond, Sheila Manahan, Fred Johnson, Edward Byrne, Christopher Steele, Wilfred Brambell, Norman Tyrrell, Michael Gwynn - 11 photos), YOU NEVER CAN TELL (James Donald, Brenda Bruce, David Peel, Ernest Thesiger, Rosamund John, Francis Lister - 11 photos), Feature on Hilda Simms, Portrait of John Clements, Echoes From Broadway (incl. reviews and photos of Marlon Brando and Jessica Tandy in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, and Godfrey Tearle and Katharine Cornell in ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA), reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, February 1948
ThW/Feb 1948 (No.277): Scenes from SAINT JOAN (Celia Johnson, Alec Guinness, Patricia Burke, John Clements, Frank Duncan, Harry Andrews, Mark Dignam, Kenneth Connor, Peter Copley, Bernard Miles - 22 photos), MACBETH (Ena Burrill, Michael Redgrave, Clement McCallin - 3 photos), RICHARD III (Alec Guinness, Mark Dignam, Harry Andrews, Peter Copley, Bernard Miles, George Relph, Renee Asherson, Penelope Munday - 10 photos), THE SNOW QUEEN at the Young Vic (Alfred Burke, Stuart Burge, Harold Lang, Gillian Hicks - 4 photos), Features on Celia Johnson and E.Martin Browne, Article on Charles Macready, Portraits of Margaret Rutherford, Mady Christians, Emrys Jones, Selma Vaz Dias, and Cyril Ritchard and Madge Elliott in THE RELAPSE, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, March 1948
ThW/Mch 1948 (No.278): Scenes from THE HIDDEN YEARS (Ray Jackson, Anthony Oliver, Brian Peck, Dale Rogers, Arnold English, Anthony Tancred, James Hayter, Robert Webber, Nigel Clarke, Anthony Marlowe - 13 photos), THE MASTERSINGERS at Covent Garden (Victoria Sladen, Hans Hotter, Frank Sale - 3 photos), MAM'ZELLE ANGOT, CHECKMATE, PARURES, LES RENDEZVOUS (Alexander Grant, Michael Somes, Margot Fonteyn, Moira Shearer, Beryl Grey, Maryon Lane, David Poole, Michael Boulton, Elaine Fifield - 9 photos), MOUNTAIN AIR (Martin Miller, Avice Landone, Geoffrey Sumner, Margaret Goodman - 5 photos), THE SHOEMAKER'S HOLIDAY and NOAH at the Young Vic (Harold Lang, Merula Salaman, Stuart Burge, Alfred Burke, Anthony van Bridge, Max Miradin - 6 photos), BLOOD by Ballets Negres (Cherry Adele, Ben Johnson, Berto Pasuka - 3 photos), Features ( on Mae West (appearing in DIAMOND LIL) and the designer Berkeley Sutcliffe, The Story of the Theatre Programme by Mander and Mitchenson, Portrait of Gladys Cooper, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, April 1948
ThW/Apr 1948 (No.279): Scenes from THE INDIFFERENT SHEPHERD (Gladys Cooper, Francis Lister, Andrew Cruickshank, Charmian Eyre, Francis Lister, Anna Turner, Peter Street - 15 photos), THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR (Alec Guinness, Harry Andrews, Kenneth Connor, Bernard Miles, Peter Copley, George Rose, Michael Raghan, Renee Asherson, Rosalind Atkinson - 11 photos), COCKPIT (Harry Locke, Joseph O'Conor, Lilly Molnar, Diana Graves, Eileen Way, Tatiana Lieven, Phyllis Mander, Dudley Jones - 8 photos), Features ( on Ray Jackson and Gladys Cooper, Drama on Television, Portrait of Ralph Richardson, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, May 1948
ThW/May 1948 (No.280): Scenes from THE RELAPSE (Cyril Ritchard, Madge Elliott), CORIOLANUS by the Old Vic Company (John Clements, Alec Guinness), THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD (Liam Redmond, Hugh Griffith), FALSTAFF-Verdi (Mariano Stabile) etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, June 1948
ThW/Jun 1948 (No.281): Scenes from THE PARAGON (Walter Fitzgerald), CARISSIMA (Lester Ferguson), FRENZY (Joan Greenwood, Denholm Elliott), ROYAL CIRCLE (Ralph Richardson, Lilian Braithwaite, Lyndon Brook, Meriel Forbes - 14 photos) etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, July 1948
ThW/July 1948 (No.282): Scenes from THE GIOCONDA SMILE (Pamela Brown), LITTLE LAMBS EAT IVY (Joan Haythorne), KING JOHN, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, HAMLET, and THE TAMING OF THE SHREW at Stratford (Robert Helpmann, Paul Scofield, Anthony Quayle) etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, August 1948
ThW/Aug 1948 (No.283): Scenes from THE HAPPIEST DAYS OF YOUR LIFE (Margaret Rutherford, Viola Lyel, George Howe, Molly Weir - 17 photos), Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh Australian Old Vic Tour - 10 unusual photos, BOB'S YOUR UNCLE (Leslie Henson), portraits of Eric Portman, Helen Hayes, Michael Gough etc. [44pp, 5.8x8.75; VG] £5
Theatre World, September 1948
ThW/Sep 1948: Feature on ARTS THEATRE FESTIVAL with scenes from ROSMERSHOLM (4 photos), TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD (7 photos), and TARTUFFE (9 photos), and portraits of 15 leading players (Marius Goring, Stanley Van Beers, Michael Brennan, Stafford Byrne, Joyce Hodgkinson, Charles Lloyd Pack, Daphne Slater, Lucie Mannheim, Elwyn Brook-Jones, Richard Gale, Joyce Heron, Geoffrey Hibbert, Pamela Stirling, Eileen Thorndike, Wilfrid Walter); scenes from CAGE ME A PEACOCK (Yolande Donlan, Roy Dean, Simon Lack, Bill O'Connor, Linda Gray, Richard Littledale, Joan Blake, David Dulac, George Bradford - 16 photos); photo of HAMLET at Stratford (Paul Scofield, Anthony Quayle, Diana Wynyard, Noel Willman, John Kidd); portraits of Peter Cotes and Joan Miller, Sophie Tucker, Helen Hayes, Clive Brook and Brenda Bruce, Bruce Trent, Basil Sydney and Joyce Redman (in CRIME PASSIONEL), Dulcie Gray and Michael Denison, Juna Tremayne; portraits of Helen Hayes, Frances Heflin and Phil Brown (in THE GLASS MENAGERIE), Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, October 1948
ThW/Oct 1948 (No.285): Scenes from THE GLASS MENAGERIE (Helen Hayes), DON'T LISTEN LADIES (Ferdy Mayne, Constance Cummings, Betty Marsden), OTHELLO and TROILUS AND CRESSIDA at Stratford (Godfrey Tearle, Paul Scofield), EDEN END (Angela Baddeley), CRIME PASSIONEL (Basil Sydney, Michael Gough, Joyce Redman) etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, November 1948
ThW/Nov 1948 (No.286): Scenes from PLAYBILL: The Browning Version & A Harlequinade (Eric Portman, Mary Ellis, Hector Ross, Peter Scott, Campbell Cotts, Henryetta Edwards, Anthony Oliver, Marie Lohr, Kenneth Edwards, Hector Ross, Patrick Jordan, Thelma Ruby, Noel Dyson, Peter Scott - 28 photos), JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN/Manchester (Wensley Pithey, Joan Miller, Antony Kearey, Ilona Ference, Brian Haynes - 3 photos), TWELFTH NIGHT/Old Vic Company (Cedric Hardwicke, Jane Baxter, Faith Brook, Mark Dignam, Harry Andrews, Pauline Jameson, Peter Copley, Robert Eddison, Timothy Bateson, John Garley, Cecil Winter - 14 photos); photos of Griffith Jones, Irene Worth, Constance Cummings and Francis Lister in DON'T LISTEN, LADIES!, Elizabeth Theilmann; large photo of Hermione Gingold; features on Eric Portman ( and Max Oldaker (; Echoes From Broadway, etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, December 1948
ThW/Dec 1948 (No.287): Scenes from THE WAY OF THE WORLD (Edith Evans, Pauline Jameson, Harry Andrews, Faith Brook, Robert Eddison, Peter Copley, Mark Dignam, Mary Martlew, Penelope Munday, June Brown, Nigel Green - 17 photos), DON'T LISTEN LADIES! (Constance Cummings, Francis Lister, D.A.Mehan, Ada Reeve, Betty Marsden - 4 photos), THE PERFECT WOMAN (Sonnie Hale, Charles Heslop, Ellen Pollock - 7 photos), RAIN ON THE JUST (Marie Ney, Geoffrey Keene, Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray - 9 photos), Features on Margaret Rutherford, the Leichner Lunch at the Savoy, and The Van (Italian Touring Company), Portrait of Gertrude Lawrence, The Story of the Royalty Theatre, Morecambe, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

Theatre World, January 1949
ThW/Jan 1949 (No.288): Scenes from SLINGS AND ARROWS (Walter Crisham, Hermione Gingold, Wallas Eaton, Christopher Hewett, Gretchen Franklin, Diana Maddox - 17 photos), THE CHERRY ORCHARD (Edith Evans, Robert Eddison, Harry Andrews, Mark Dignam, Josephine Stuart, Cedric Hardwicke, Faith Brook, Peter Copley - 12 photos), THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL (John Gielgud, Nora Nicholson, Sybil Thorndike, Rachel Kempson, Walter Hudd - 3 photos), DON JUAN at Covent Garden (Robert Helpmann, Margot Fonteyn, Moira Shearer), SELINA and CAPRIOL SUITE at Sadler's Wells (Elaine Fifield, David Gill, Michael Boulton, Patricia Miller), SIEGFRIED at Covent Garden (Set Svanholm), SIMON BOCCANEGRA at Sadler's Wells (Arnold Matters, Joyce Gartside, James Johnston) and review, Features ( on Hermione Gingold and John Gielgud, Portraits of Mai Zetterling, Pamela Brown, Paul Scofield, Myles Eason, and Jane Baxter, The Society for Theatre Research by George Devine, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, February 1949
ThW/Feb 1949 (No.289): Scenes from SEPTEMBER TIDE (Gertrude Lawence, Michael Gough, Anne Leon, Cyril Raymond, Dandy Nichols, Bryan Forbes - 21 photos), THE WILD DUCK (Fay Compton, Anton Walbrook, Robert Harris, Nigel Clarke, Miles Malleson, Mai Zetterling, Walter Fitzgerald - 10 photos), PETER PAN (Joan Hopkins, Judith Stott, George Curzon, Morland Graham, Jane Welsh, Derek Rock, Michael Cleveland - 7 photos), Portraits of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh in THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Peggy Ashcroft, Alicia Markova in CASSE NOISETTE, and Alexandra Danilova and Frederick Franklin, Features ( on Frederick Ashton and Gertrude Lawrence, London's 17th Century Theatreland, The Story of Drottningholm (w.3 photos), Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; staples rusty, slightly rumpled, else VG] £5
Theatre World, March 1949
ThW/Mch 1949 (No.290): Scenes from TRAVELLER'S JOY (Yvonne Arnaud, Arthur Macrae, Dora Bryan, Derek Aylward, Charles Victor, Helen Christie, Alexander Gauge - 18 photos), MISS MABEL (Mary Jerrold, Richard Warner, Clive Morton, Peter Murray - 8 photos), HIGH BUTTON SHOES (Hermene French, Sydney James, Kay Kimber, Michael Nicholls, Peter Felgate, Joan Heal, Jack Cooper - 13 photos), THE WAY BACK (Richard Attenborough - 3 photos), ORANGES AND LEMONS (Diana Churchill, Max Adrian, Rose Hill, Elisabeth Welch, Kenneth Connor, Charlotte Mitchell - 4 photos), Features ( on Diana Churchill and Sid Field, Portrait of Peggy Ashcroft and Ralph Richardson in THE HEIRESS, English Plays in Moscow, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, April 1949
ThW/Apr 1949 (No.291): Scenes from ANTIGONE and THE PROPOSAL by the Old Vic Company (Viven Leigh, Laurence Olivier, George Cooper, George Relph, Terence Morgan, Thomas Heathcote, Peter Cushing, Peggy Simpson - 17 photos), ORANGES AND LEMONS (Diana Churchill, Max Adrian, Elisabeth Welch, Daphne Oxenford, Charlotte Mitchell - 9 photos), THE FOOLISH GENTLEWOMAN (Sybil Thorndike, Lewis Casson, Isabel Dean, Nigel Green - 3 photos), THE HUMAN TOUCH (Alec Guinness, Sophie Stewart, John Laurie - 2 photos), MISS JULIE (Joan Miller, Duncan Lamont, Ilona Ference), CINDERELLA at Covent Garden (Moira Shearer, Robert Helpmann, Frederick Ashton, Alexander Grant), The Season's Ballet (photos of Margot Fonteyn, Roland Petit, Ballets Negres, Moira Shearer), Photographic feature on Viven Leigh and Laurence Olivier (3 photos), Features ( on Peggy Ashcroft and Noel Langley, Portraits of Alexandra Danilova, Kay Hammond and John Clements, Angela Baddeley, and Rosalyn Boulter, Sheila Burrell, Judy Campbell, Joyce Barbour, and Margaret Lockwood, The International Theatre Institute, The Strindberg Centenary, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; staples rusty, slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, May 1949
ThW/May 1949 (No.292): Scenes from THE HEIRESS (Ralph Richardson, Peggy Ashcroft, Donald Sinden, James Donald - 21 photos), THE FOOLISH GENTLEWOMAN (Sybil Thorndike), A WOMAN'S PLACE (Leslie Banks, Elizabeth Allan), SUMMER IN DECEMBER (Irene Handl, Frank Lawton), portrait of Edith Evans, Echoes From Broadway, The Story of the Crescent Theatre Birmingham, Dinner with Danilova by Eric Johns, article on Peter Finch etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; staples rusty, slightly rumpled, else VG] £4
Theatre World, June 1949
ThW/Jun 1949 (No.293): Scenes from DAPHNE LAUREOLA (Edith Evans, Peter Finch, Frank Pettingell, Felix Aylmer, Diana Graves, Kenneth Hyde, Anna Turner, Peter Williams - 20 photos), BELINDA FAIR (Adele Dixon, Jerry Verno, Daphne Anderson, Ferdy Mayne - 8 photos), BLACK CHIFFON (Flora Robson, Anthony Ireland, Rachel Gurney - 3 photos), ADVENTURE STORY (Paul Scofield, Raymond Westwell, Cecil Trouncer, Robert Flemyng, Nicholas Hannen, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Joy Parker - 3 photos), CARMEN and GIANNI SCHICCHI at Sadler's Wells (Anna Pollak, James Johnston, Edmund Donlevy - 2 photos), photo of Harry Andrews, Anthony Quayle and Diana Wynyard in MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at Stratford, Features ( on Peter Brook and Kay Hammond, Oberammergau 1950 (3 photos), Portraits of Danny Kaye, Claire Bloom, and Peter Ustinov, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, July 1949
ThW/Jul 1949 (No.294): Scenes from THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING (Pamela Brown, John Gielgud, Nora Nicholson, Claire Bloom, Richard Leech, Richard Burton, Harcourt Williams, Peter Bull, Esme Percy - 19 photos), ONE WILD OAT (Robertson Hare, Constance Lorne, Robert Morton, Arthur Riscoe, John Stone, Horace Sequeira - 15 photos), THE BEAUX' STRATAGEM (Robert Eddison, John Clements, Kay Hammond, Gwen Cherrell - 9 photos), photos of Adele Dixon in BELINDA FAIR, THE HEIRESS (Ralph Richardson, Peggy Ashcroft, Donald Sinden), and Sybil Thorndike in THE FOOLISH GENTLEWOMAN, Portrait of Henry Kendall, Features ( on Peter Cotes, Pamela Brown, The Bristol Old Vic, The British Theatre Exhibition, and the Marquis de Cuevas' Grand Ballet de Monte Carlo (Ethery Pagava, George Skibine, Rosella Hightower, Andre Eglevsky), Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, August 1949
ThW/Aug 1949 (No.295): Scenes from BLACK CHIFFON (Flora Robson, Wyndham Goldie, Rachel Gurney, Owen Holder, Anthony Ireland - 14 photos), ON MONDAY NEXT (Henry Kendall, Olga Lindo, Beryl Mason, Leslie Phillips, Richard Goolden - 12 photos), MACBETH, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, CYMBELINE, OTELLO, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at Stratford (Diana Wynyard, Godfrey Tearle, Harry Andrews, Anthony Quayle, Clement McCallin, John Slater, Leon Quartermaine, Penelope Munday, Pat Sandys, George Rose, William Squire, Michael Gwynn, Michael Bates, Kathleen Michael, Wynne Clark - 22 photos), Portraits of Paul Muni, Cicely Courtneidge, and Sir Charles Cochran, Features ( on Flora Robson, The Malvern Festival, The Marquis de Cuevas' Ballet, Robert Rietty, The Beginnings of English Drama, Echoes From Broadway, reviews etc. [44pp, 5.9x8.75; light marks, else VG] £4
Theatre World, September 1949
ThW/Sep 1949 (No.296): Scenes from LOVE IN ALBANIA (Peter Ustinov, Brenda Bruce, Robin Bailey, Peter Jones - 15 photos), YOUNG WIVES' TALE (Naunton Wayne, Joan Greenwood - 17 photos), HER EXCELLENCY (Cicely Courtneidge, Thorley Walters - 9 photos), Tribute to Ethel Barrymore by Emlyn Williams, Malvern Festival 1949, Echoes From Broadway, Article on Peter Ustinov, The Goethe Year in Germany, portrait of Siobhan McKenna etc. [44pp, 5.8x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, October 1949
ThW/Oct 1949 (No.297): Scenes from DEATH OF A SALESMAN (Paul Muni, Henry Oscar, Katharine Alexander, Kevin McCarthy - 19 photos), SUMMER'S DAY DREAM (Herbert Lomas, John Westbrook, Adrienne Corri), BRIGADOON (Phil Hanna, Hiram Sherman, Noele Gordon, Patricia Hughes), SAUCE TARTARE (Renee Houston, Claude Hulbert), Edinburgh Festival 1949, portrait of Michael Redgrave etc. [40pp, 5.8x8.75; VG] £4
Theatre World, November 1949
ThW/Nov 1949 (No.298): Scenes from LOVE'S LABOURS LOST and SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER by the Old Vic Company (Michael Redgrave, Angela Baddeley, Baliol Holloway, Mark Dignam, Miles Malleson, Rosalind Boxall, George Benson, Paul Rogers, Brian Smith, Diana Churchill, Jane Wenham, Yvonne Mitchell, Walter Hudd, Nigel Stock, Gordon Whiting, Michael Aldridge, Norman Welsh, Rodney Diak, William Eedle), A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (Eileen Way, Vivien Leigh), TOP SECRET (Beryl Measor, Tom Gill, Hugh Wakefield), BUOYANT BILLIONS (Dermot Walsh, Frances Day, John Longden), MASTER OF ARTS (Roland Culver, David O'Brien, Ursula Howells, John Miller, Enid Sass, Michael Atkinson, Margot Lister - 15 photos), full-page portrait of Vivien Leigh etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; VG] £5
Theatre World, December 1949
ThW/Dec 1949 (No.299): Scenes from A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (Vivien Leigh, Bonar Colleano - 21 excellent photographs), article on STREETCAR, article on The Company of Four (review of the last two years w.15 production shots featuring Paul Scofield, Isabel Jeans etc.); portraits of Hermione Gingold, Hermione Baddeley, John Gielgud, Margaret Leighton, Flora Robson; scenes from TREASURE ISLAND, BLACK CHIFFON etc. [40pp, 5.9x8.75; spine slightly rubbed, else VG] £5

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