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ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
1965-1969


RSC 1965 director: Peter Hall

STRATFORD

1965: LOVE'S LABOURS LOST (RST/7 April 1965) Souvenir Programme
Charles Kay (as King of Navarre), James Laurenson, Michael Pennington, Charles Thomas (as Berowne), William Squire (as Don Armado), Glenda Jackson (as Princess of France), Brewster Mason (as Boyet), Janet Suzman (as Rosaline), David Waller (as Dull), Patsy Byrne, Tony Church (as Holofernes), Timothy West (as Sir Nathaniel); dir:John Barton [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 10 production and rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1965: THE JEW OF MALTA - Christopher Marlowe (RST/14 April 1965) Souvenir Programme
Tony Church (as Machiavel/Ferneze), Eric Porter (as Barabas), James Laurenson(as First Basso), Donald Burton (as Selim Calymath), Jeffery Dench, Katharine Barker (as Abigail), Tim Wylton, David Waller, Helen Weir, Michael Pennington, John Corvin, Peter McEnery (as Ithamore), Patsy Byrne, Timothy West (as Pilia-Borza); dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 6 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

THE JEW OF MALTA Postcard
Eric Porter as Barabas
Postcard Set C No.63 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1965: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RST/15 April 1965) Souvenir Programme
Wiliiam Squire (as Antonio), Michael Pennington (as Lorenzo, for Charles Thomas), Peter McEnery (as Bassanio), Janet Suzman (as Portia), Eric Porter (as Shylock), Charles Kay (as Launcelot Gobbo), Katharine Barker (as Jessica), Timothy West (as Tubal), David Waller (as Duke of Venice); dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 9 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; w.substitution slip; VG] £5

1965: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (RST/19 May 1965) Souvenir Programme
Donald Burton, Timothy West (as Aegeon), Ian Richardson (as Antipholus of Syracuse), Charles Kay (as Antipholus of Ephesus), Michael Williams (as Dromio of Syracuse), Robert Lloyd (as Dromio of Ephesus), Jonathan Hales, Jeffery Dench, Paul Starr, John Corvin, Peter Geddis, Murray Brown, Ted Valentine, James Laurenson, Madoline Thomas (as Aemilia), Susan Engel (as Adriana), Tina Packer (as Luciana), Pamela Buchner, Elizabeth Spriggs, Marshall Jones, Jessica Claridge, Sylvester Morand, Bruce Condell, Cliff Norgate, Robert Walker, Georgina Hale, David Quilter, Helen Weir; dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 9 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1965: TIMON OF ATHENS (RST/1 July 1965) Souvenir Programme
Paul Scofield (as Timon), Tony Church (as Flavius), James Laurenson (as Lucilius), Tim Wylton, David Waller (as Lord Lucullus), William Dysart, Timothy West (as Lord Lucius), Alan Tucker, Stanley Lebor, John Watts, Jeffery Dench, Peter Geddis, Brewster Mason (as Alcibiades), John Kane, Paul Rogers (as Apemantus), Charles Kay, Ted Valentine, Jonathan Hales, Donald Burton, John Corvin, Sylvester Morand, Terence Greenidge, Janet Suzman (as Timandra), Elizabeth Spriggs (as Phrynia), Tina Packer, Ann Curthoys, Helen Weir, Philip Meredith, Paul Starr, Michael Pennington (as Titus), David Quilter, Roger Jones, Laurie Asprey, Robin Culver, David Jaxon, Karl Rigg, John Bell, Frances de la Tour, Estelle Kohler, Jessica Claridge, Robert Grange, Cliff Norgate; dir:John Schlesinger [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 10 rehearsal and production photos, credits etc.; substitition slip tipped in; neat repairs to two pages; an uncommon programme; VG] £5

TIMON OF ATHENS Postcard
Paul Scofield as Timon
Postcard Set C No.64 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1965: Profile Sheet No.2 - Janet Suzman and Eric Porter
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1965: Profile Sheet No.3 - Eric Porter and Patsy Byrne
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1965: Profile Sheet No.5 - Ian Richardson and Tina Packer
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1965: Profile Sheet No.6 - Charles Kay and Charles Thomas
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1965: Profile Sheet No.7 - Peter McEnery and Madoline Thomas
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1965: Profile Sheet No.8 - Michael Williams and Susan Engel
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1965: Profile Sheet No.9 - Tony Church and Brewster Mason
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1965: Profile Sheet No.10 - Timothy West and Robert Lloyd
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1965: Profile Sheet No.12 - James Laurenson and Tim Wylton
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

LONDON

1965 (Mch): THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Aldwych)
Ian Richardson, Michael Williams, Susan Engel, Elizabeth Spriggs, John Normington, Robert Lloyd, Patience Collier; dir:Clifford Williams [16pp; 5.5x8.5; 2 rehearsal photos; ticket for March 15th; cellotape mark on cover, else VG] £4

1965 (Jun): HENRY V (Aldwych)
Ian Holm, Eric Porter or Robert Marsden, Michael Jayston, Paul Hardwick, Patience Collier, John Normington, Ian Hogg, Terence Rigby, Nicholas Selby, Michael Bryant, Philip Brack, Clifford Rose, Michelle Dotrice, Malcolm McDowell; dir:John Barton and Trevor Nunn [16pp; photos, biographies, notes; VG] £4

1965: THE HOMECOMING - Harold Pinter (Aldwych)
Paul Rogers, Ian Holm, John Normington, Terence Rigby, Vivien Merchant, Michael Bryant; dir:Peter Hall assisted by Trevor Nunn [16pp, 5.5x8.5; 6 production photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

RSC 1966 director: Peter Hall

STRATFORD

1966: HENRY IV PART 1 (RST) Souvenir Programme
Tony Church (as King Henry IV), Michael Jayston, Ian Holm (as Prince Hal), Christopher Bidmead, Patrick Stewart, Davyd Harries, Paul Rogers (as Sir John Falstaff), Daniel Moynihan, Terrence Hardiman, Richard Moore, Stanley Illsley, Tim Wylton, John Corvin, Peter Geddis, John Kane, Terence Greenidge, Clifford Norgate, Ted Valentine, Jeffery Dench, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Mistress Quickly), Godfrey Quigley, Norman Rodway (as Hotspur), David Waller (as Worcester), Robert Grange, John Normington, Peter Rocca, Sheila Allen, Estelle Kohler, Dallas Adams, Robert Davis, John Gulliver, Chris Malcolm, John Bell, Angela Down, Brian Gwaspari, Seymour Matthews, Christopher Bond, Robert East, Phillip Hinton, Ian McDonald, Ray Callaghan, Christopher Fagan, Sarah Hyde, Malcolm McDowell, John Challis, Lynn Farleigh, Andrew Jack, Ann McPartland, Bruce Condell, Tom Georgeson, Peter Mair, Derek Steen; dir:John Barton, Trevor Nunn, Clifford Williams [20pp; 8x12.5; photos, pictures, articles; VG] £5

1966: HENRY IV PART 2 (RST) Souvenir Programme
Peter Geddis, Tony Church (as King Henry IV), Ian Holm (as Prince Hal), Christopher Bidmead, John Bell, Malcolm McDowell, Michael Jayston, Donald Burton, Stanley Illsley, Robert Grange, Ray Callaghan, Derek Steen, Paul Rogers (as Sir John Falstaff), Timothy Darwen, Tim Wylton, Daniel Moynihan, Norman Rodway, John Corvin, John Kane, Phillip Hinton, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Mistress Quickly), Patsy Byrne, Godfrey Quigley, Terrence Hardiman, Richard Moore, Clifford Norgate, Jeffery Dench, Patrick Stewart, Davyd Harries, Christopher Bond, Madoline Thomas, Sheila Allen, Ted Valentine, John Challis, John Normington (as Shallow), David Waller (as Silence), Andrew Jack, Terence Greenidge, John Gulliver, Dallas Adams, Frances de la Tour, Tom Georgeson, Chris Malcolm, Bruce Condell, Robert East, Brian Gwaspari, Ann McPartland, Robert Davis, Christopher Fagan, Sarah Hyde, Peter Rocca, Angela Down, Lynn Farleigh, Peter Mair, Louis Selwyn; dir:John Barton, Trevor Nunn, Clifford Williams [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 10+ rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

HENRY IV Postcard
Paul Rogers as Falstaff
Postcard Set C No.66 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1966: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alan Howard (as Orsino), Phillip Hinton, John Bell, Diana Rigg (as Viola), Daniel Moynihan, Brewster Mason (as Sir Toby Belch), Patsy Byrne, David Warner (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Norman Rodway (as Feste), Estelle Kohler (as Olivia), Ian Holm (as Malvolio), Tim Wylton, Godfrey Quigley, Christopher Bidmead, John Gulliver, Robert Grange, Robert Davis, Stanley Illsley, Dallas Adams, Angela Down, Chris Malcolm, John Challis, Christopher Fagan, Patricia Maynard, Timothy Darwen, Brian Gwaspari, Peter Rocca, Frances de la Tour, Andrew Jack, Louis Selwyn; dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 7 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; w.ticket tipped in (8 September); VG] £5

TWELFTH NIGHT Postcard
Diana Rigg as Viola
Postcard Set C No.67 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

TWELFTH NIGHT Postcard
Ian Holm as Malvolio
Postcard Set C No.68 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1966: HENRY V (RST) Souvenir Programme
Ian Richardson (as Chorus), Tony Church (as Archbishop of Canterbury), Stanley Illsley, Ian Holm (as Henry V), John Bell, Malcolm McDowell (as Thomas, Duke of Clarence), Michael Jayston, Tom Georgeson, Terence Greenidge, Tim Wylton, Peter Geddis, Richard Moore (as Pistol), Ann McPartland (as Hostess, for Elizabeth Spriggs), John Kane, Davyd Harries, David Waller (as Fluellen), Phillip Hinton, Ian McDonald, Godfrey Quigley, John Corvin, Bruce Condell, Jeffery Dench, Patrick Stewart (as Dauphin), Daniel Moynihan, Ted Valentine, Donald Burton, John Challis, Terrence Hardiman, Madoline Thomas, Sarah Hyde (as Katharine), Frances de la Tour (as Alice), Alan Howard (as Duke of Burgundy), Dallas Adams, Robert Davis, Andrew Jack, Philippe Monnet, David Ashford, Robert East, Peter Mair, Clifford Norgate, Christopher Bond, John Gulliver, Chris Malcolm, Derek Steen, Ray Callaghan, Brian Gwaspari, Seymour Matthews; dir:John Barton and Trevor Nunn [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 9 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; substitution slip tipped in; VG] £5

1966: HAMLET (RST) Souvenir Programme
Jeffrey Dench (as Marcellus/Ambassador from England), Donald Burton (as Horatio), Brewster Mason (as Ghost of Hamlet's father / Claudius), David Warner (as Hamlet), Elizabeth Spriggs (as Gertrude), David Waller (as Voltemand/First Gravedigger), Tony Church (as Polonius), Michael Jayston (as Laertes), Estelle Kohler (as Ophelia), Patrick Stewart (as First Player), John Normington (as Player Queen/Osric), Malcolm McDowell (as Second Messenger), Tom Georgeson, Frances de la Tour, Angela Down, Madoline Thomas; dir:Peter Hall [20pp, 8x12.5; photos, pictures, articles; slightly rumpled, else VG] £7

HAMLET Postcard
David Warner as Hamlet
Postcard Set C No.65 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1966: Profile Sheet No.13 - David Waller and John Normington
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1966: Profile Sheet No.14 - Ian Holm and Tony Church
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1966: Profile Sheet No.16 - Michael Jayston and Richard Moore
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1966: Profile Sheet No.17 - Brewster Mason and Elizabeth Spriggs
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1966: Profile Sheet No.18 - David Warner and Estelle Kohler
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1966: Profile Sheet No.19 - Patsy Byrne and Tim Wylton
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1966: Profile Sheet No.21 - Ian Holm and Madoline Thomas
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1966: Profile Sheet No.22 - Ian Richardson and John Kane
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

LONDON

1966: THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR - Nikolai Gogol, translated by Edward O.Marsh, adapted by Jeremy Brooks (Aldwych/19 January 1966)
Paul Scofield, Eric Porter, Paul Rogers, Brewster Mason, Paul Hardwick, David Waller, David Warner, Charles Kay, Patience Collier, Frances de la Tour, Timothy West, Elizabeth Spriggs, Estelle Kohler; dir:Peter Hall [16pp; 5.5x8.5; VG, w.photos] £5

1966: TANGO - Slawomir Mrozek, translated by Nicholas Bethell, adapted by Tom Stoppard (Aldwych/25 May 1966)
Patience Collier, Mike Pratt, Robert Eddison, Michael Williams, Pauline Jameson, Peter Jeffrey, Ursula Mohan; dir:Trevor Nunn [36pp, 6x9; rehearsal photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1966: DAYS IN THE TREES - Marguerite Duras (Aldwych/9 June 1966)
Peggy Ashcroft, George Baker, Frances Cuka; dir:John Schlesinger [36pp; 6x9; rehearsal photos; VG] £4

1966: US - Peter Brook, Denis Cannan (Aldwych/13 October 1966)
Eric Allan, Mary Allen, Jeremy Anthony, Hugh Armstrong, Roger Brierley, Noel Collins, Ian Hogg, John Hussey, Glenda Jackson, Mark Jones, Marjie Lawrence, Joanne Lindsay, Leon Lissek, Robert Lloyd, Ursula Mohan, Pauline Munro, Patrick O'Connell, Mike Pratt, Clifford Rose, Morgan Sheppard, Jayne Sofiano, Barry Stanton, Hugh Sulllivan, Michael Williams, Henry Woolf; dir:Peter Brook [40pp, 6x9; cast list, company photos; uncommon programme for this controversial production; VG] £5

1966: STAIRCASE - Charles Dyer (Aldwych/2 November 1966)
Paul Scofield, Patrick Magee, Roger Lloyd-Pack; dir:Peter Hall [40pp, 6x9; 4 photos; VG] £5

1966: BELCHER'S LUCK - David Mercer (Aldwych/17 November 1966)
Helen Fraser, David Waller, Sebastian Shaw, John Hurt, Sheila Allen; dir:David Jones [40pp; 6x9; rehearsal photos; signed by David Mercer; date on cover, else VG] £4

RSC 1967 director: Peter Hall

STRATFORD

1967: ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (RST) Souvenir Programme
Catherine Lacey (as Countess of Rousillon), Ian Richardson (as Bertram), Estelle Kohler (as Helena), Clive Swift (as Parolles), Alton Kumalo, Hector Ross, Ian Hogg, Sebastian Shaw (as King of France), Brewster Mason (as Lord Lafeu), William Eedle, Ted Valentine, Terence Greenidge, Daniel Moynihan, Phillip Hinton, Colin McCormack, Matthew Roberton, James Vallon, Dallas Adams, Edward Cicciarelli, Elizabeth Spriggs, Natalie Kent, Helen Mirren (as Diana), Patrick O'Connell, Don Henderson, David Ashford, Ray Callaghan, David Kincaid, Katherine Stark, Mike Billington, Oscar James, Chris Malcolm; dir:John Barton [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 8 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1967: CORIOLANUS (RST) Souvenir Programme
Ian Richardson (as Coriolanus), Brewster Mason (as Menenius), Patrick O'Connell, David Weston, Nicholas Selby, Clive Swift, Jeffery Dench, Phillip Hinton, William Eedle, Christopher Bond, John Bell, Peter Rocca, Daniel Moynihan, Catherine Lacey (as Volumnia), Estelle Kohler (as Virgilia), Clare Kelly, Heather Canning, Robin Langford, Edward Cicciarelli (as Titus Aufidius), Hector Ross, Louis Mahoney, Ian Hogg, Ted Valentine, Bruce Myers, Richard Moore, Dallas Adams, Ray Callaghan, Don Henderson, David Kincaid, Roger Lloyd Pack, Chris Malcolm, Matthew O'Sullivan, Anna Volska, David Ashford, Robert Davis, Oscar James, Alton Kumalo, Colin McCormack, Helen Mirren, Matthew Roberton, Richard Williams, Mike Billington, Peter Gordon, Natalie Kent, Edward Lyon, Gerald McNally, Peter Nobbs, James Vallon; dir:John Barton [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 6 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

CORIOLANUS Postcard
Ian Richardson as Coriolanus
Postcard Set C No.70 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1967: MACBETH (RST) Souvenir Programme
Elizabeth Spriggs, Catherine Lacey, Clare Kelly, Sebastian Shaw (as Duncan), Ian Richardson (as Malcolm), Colin McCormack, Daniel Moynihan, Nicholas Selby (as Ross), John Bell, Ted Valentine, David Weston, William Eedle, Paul Scofield (as Macbeth), Brewster Mason (as Banquo), Robin Langford, Vivien Merchant (as Lady Macbeth), Ian Hogg (as Seyton), Clive Swift, Jeffery Dench, Richard Moore, Peter Gordon, Phillip Hinton, Patrick O'Connell, Sheila Allen, Peter Nobbs, Don Henderson, Peter Rocca, Heather Canning, Ray Callaghan, Hector Ross, Edward Cicciarelli, Bruce Myers, Dallas Adams, Robert Davis, Chris Malcolm, Katherine Stark, David Ashford, David Kincaid, Gerald McNally, James Vallon, Mike Billington, Roger Lloyd Pack, Matthew Roberton, Anna Volska; dir:Peter Hall [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, illustrated articles, 8 rehearsal and production photos, credits; 10 photos of Paul Scofield in various roles; SIGNED by Brewster Mason, Paul Scofield and Catherine Lacey; uncommon programme; ticket tipped in (31 Aug); VG] £6

MACBETH Postcard
Paul Scofield as Macbeth
Postcard Set C No.74 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1967: MR PAUL SCOFIELD as Macbeth (RST) Lanchester Portrait
Portrait of Mr Paul Scofield as Macbeth; published by Waldo S Lanchester, 39 Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon [single sheet, 7x9.5; uncommon; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1967: ROMEO AND JULIET (RST) Souvenir Programme
Hector Ross, Clare Kelly, Ian Holm (as Romeo), David Weston, Mike Billington, Ray Callaghan, Nicholas Selby (as Capulet), Sheila Allen, Estelle Kohler (as Juliet), Ian Hogg (as Tybalt), Terence Greenidge, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Nurse), Richard Moore, Phillip Hinton, Peter Gordon, David Kincaid, Oscar James, Bruce Myers, Louis Mahoney, Dallas Adams, Colin McCormack, , Michael Jayston (as Chorus), Jeffery Dench, Norman Rodway (as Mercution), John Bell, Alton Kumalo, Sebastian Shaw (as Friar Laurence), Peter Rocca, William Eedle, Chris Malcolm, Robert Davis, David Ashford, Christopher Bond, Roger Lloyd Pack, Lynn Moore, Ted Valentine, Ann Constant, Edward Lyon, Matthew O'Sullivan, James Vallon, Amaryllis Garnett, Gerald McNally, Matthew Roberton, Anna Volska, Don Henderson, Helen Mirren, Katherine Stark, Richard Williams, Patricia Hope; dir:Karolos Koun [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 6 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

ROMEO AND JULIET Postcard
Ian Holm as Romeo, Estelle Kohler as Juliet
Postcard Set C No.71 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1967 (Nov): THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (RST) Souvenir Programme
Michael Williams (as Petruchio), Janet Suzman (as Katharina), June Watts, Terence Hardiman, Tim Wylton, Robert Lloyd, Morgan Sheppard, Donald Burton, Patrick Stewart, Richard Simpson, Charles Thomas, Roy Kinnear (as Baptista), John Kane, Lila Kaye, George Cormack; dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp, 8x12.5; illustrated articles, 15+ rehearsal photos, credits etc.; no formal cast list; VG] £4

1967 (Nov): AS YOU LIKE IT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Patrick Stewart (as Banished Duke), John Kane, June Watts, Frances de la Tour, Roy Kinnear, Tim Wylton, Michael Goldie, Michael Williams (as Orlando), Dorothy Tutin (as Rosalind), Janet Suzman (as Celia), Terrence Hardiman, Alan Howard (as Jaques), George Cormack, Morgan Sheppard, Charles Thomas; dir:David Jones [20pp, 8x12.5; illustrated articles, 18 rehearsal photographs, Dorothy Tutin (10 photos), credits; no formal cast list; VG] £4

AS YOU LIKE IT Postcard
Dorothy Tutin as Rosalind
Postcard Set C No.73 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1967: Profile Sheet No.23 - Michael Williams and Janet Suzman
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1967: Profile Sheet No.24 - Ian Richardson and Brewster Mason
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1967: Profile Sheet No.25 - Patrick Stewart and Morgan Sheppard
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1967: Profile Sheet No.26 - Jeffrey Dench and Nicholas Selby
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1967: Profile Sheet No.27 - Ian Richardson and Elizabeth Spriggs
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1967: Profile Sheet No.28 - Brewster Mason and Estelle Kohler
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2

1967: Profile Sheet No.30 - Estelle Kohler and Ian Holm
[double-sided sheet, 7.5x12; photo and substantial biography of each artist; VG] £2
1967: SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL SOUVENIR
1967: SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, Stratford-upon-Avon Souvenir
Substantial Stratford Festival souvenir, with Paul Scofield on the cover, and features on THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Michael Williams, Janet Suzman, Roy Kinnear, June Watts - 8 photos), CORIOLANUS (Ian Richardson, Catherine Lacey, Brewster Mason, Estelle Kohler - 4 photos), THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY (Ian Richardson, Brenda Bruce, Alan Howard, Helen Mirren, Patrick Stewart, Nicholas Selby - 5 photos), ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (Ian Richardson, Estelle Kohler, Catherine Lacey, Ian Hogg, Sebastian Shaw, Helen Mirren, Elizabeth Spriggs - 5 photos); portraits of Paul Scofield, Estelle Kohler; feature on the 1967 Birthday Celebrations (10 photos); 14 photographs of Stratford [60pp, 7x9.5 card cover; VG] £10

LONDON

1967: THE RELAPSE - Sir John Vanbrugh (Aldwych)
Donald Sinden, Janet Suzman, Patrick Stewart, Charles Thomas, Susan Fleetwood, Alan Howard, Ben Kingsley, Frances de la Tour, Lila Kaye, Roy Kinnear, Roger Rees; dir:Trevor Nunn [32pp, 6x9; cast list, credits, biographies, 5 rehearsal photos, etc.; VG] £4

THE RELAPSE Postcard
Donald Sinden as Lord Foppington
Postcard Set C No.75 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1967: LITTLE MURDERS - Jules Feiffer (Aldwych)
Derek Godfrey, Barbara Jefford, Brenda Bruce, Derek Smith; dir:Christopher Morahan [32pp; 6x9; VG] £4

1967: THE HOLLOW CROWN - John Barton (Aldwych)
Peggy Ashcroft, Donald Sinden, Derek Godfrey, Michael Jayston; dir:John Barton [36pp; 6x9; VG] £5

1967: GHOSTS - Henrik Ibsen (Aldwych)
Peggy Ashcroft, John Castle; dir:Alan Bridges [32pp, 6x9; VG] £6

GHOSTS Postcard
Peggy Ashcroft as Mrs Alving
Postcard Set C No.72 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1967: AS YOU LIKE IT (Aldwych)
Dorothy Tutin, Michael Williams, Charles Thomas, Tim Wylton, Roy Kinnear, Tom Georgeson, Ben Kingsley, Janet Suzman, Patrick Stewart, Alan Howard, Robert Lloyd, Terence Hardiman, John Kane, Robert East, June Watts, Frances de la Tour, Roger Rees; dir:David Jones [32pp, 6x9; date on cover, else VG] £4

1967: THE CRIMINALS - Jose Triana (Aldwych)
Brenda Bruce, Susan Fleetwood, Barrie Ingham; dir:Terry Hands [32pp, 6x9; photos; VG] £4

1967: STAIRCASE - Charles Dyer (Aldwych)
Paul Scofield, Patrick Magee, Roger Lloyd-Pack; dir:Peter Hall [36pp; 6x9; excellent photos; VG] £5

THEATRE-GO-ROUND Tour

1967: UNDER MILK WOOD - Dylan Thomas (Theatre-Go-Round tour)
Hugh Sullivan, Richard Moore, Sheila Allen, Susan Fleetwood, Peter Geddis, Peter Gordon, Bruce Myers; dir:Terry Hands [6pp triplefold, 4x9.75; notes, cast list, repertoire list, company list, credits etc.; uncommon; minor marks, VG] £3

1967: THE PROPOSAL - Anton Chekhov (Theatre-Go-Round tour)
Hugh Sullivan, Susan Fleetwood, Richard Moore; dir:Terry Hands [6pp triplefold, 4x9.75; notes, cast list, repertoire list, company list, photo, credits etc.; uncommon; minor marks, VG] £3

1967: THE DUMB WAITER - Harold Pinter (Theatre-Go-Round tour)
Hugh Sullivan, Richard Moore; dir:David Jones [6pp triplefold, 4x9.75; notes, cast list, repertoire list, company list, photo, credits etc.; uncommon; minor folds and marks, VG] £3

RSC 1968 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1968: AS YOU LIKE IT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Bernard Lloyd, Michael Williams (as Orlando), George Cormack, John York, Clifford Rose (as Duke Frederick), Richard Simpson, John Shrapnel, Patrick Stewart (as Touchstone), Ted Valentine, Philip Manikum, Janet Suzman (as Rosalind), Rowena Cooper (as Celia), Terrence Hardiman (as Duke Senior), Ben Kingsley (as Amiens), Alan Howard (as Jacques), Julian Curry, Ralph Cotterill, Rufus Frampton, Paul Stratford, Richard Moore (as Corin), Bruce Myers (as Silvius), Bryan Robson, Eric Allan, June Watts (as Phebe), Susan Fleetwood (as Audrey), Trevor Adams, Hugh Keays Byrne, Madeleine Cannon, David Firth, Stephen Greif, John Kay, Stuart McGugan, Lyn Moore, Robert Oates, Gareth Thomas; dir:David Jones [20pp, 8x12.5; rehearsal photos, pictures, articles; VG] £5

1968: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (RST) Souvenir Programme
Bryan Robson, Clifford Rose, Sebastian Shaw (as Ulysses), Ted Valentine, Richard Moore, Alan Howard (as Achilles), John Shrapnel, Eric Allan, George Cormack, Norman Rodway, John Kay, Patrick Stewart (as Hector), Bernard Lloyd, David Firth, Stephen Turner, Gareth Thomas, Michael Williams (as Troilus), Ben Kingsley (as Aeneas), Douglas Stender, David Waller (as Pandarus), Stephen Hughes, John York, Philip Manikum, Helen Mirren (as Cressida), Susan Fleetwood, Diane Fletcher; dir:John Barton [22pp, 8x12.5; rehearsal photos, pictures, articles; VG] £5

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA Postcard
Michael Williams as Troilus, Helen Mirren as Cressida
Postcard Set D No.79 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA Postcard
Alan Howard as Achilles
Postcard Set D No.83 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1968: DR FAUSTUS (RST) Souvenir Programme
Clifford Rose, Eric Porter (as Dr.Faustus), Terence Hardiman (as Mephistophilis), Sarah Kestelman (as Lechery); dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 8x12.5; rehearsal photos, pictures, articles; VG] £5

DR FAUSTUS Postcard
Eric Porter as Faustus, Terrence Hardiman as Mephistophilis
Postcard Set D No.78 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1968: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Brewster Mason, Roger Rees, Jeffery Dench, Brenda Bruce (as Mistress Page), Vanessa Miles, David Ludlow, Ian Richardson (as Ford), Elizabeth Spriggs (as Mistress Ford), David Healy, Emrys James, Derek Smith, Lila Kaye (as Mistress Quickly), William McGuirk, Stephan Chase, Gregg Palmer, Sydney Bromley, Peter Geddis, Geoffrey Hutchings, Morgan Sheppard, Walter Sparrow, Don Henderson, John Vaughan; dir:Terry Hands [20pp, 8x12.5; photos, pictures, articles; VG] £5

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR Postcard
Brenda Bruce as Mistress Page, Elizabeth Spriggs as Mistress Ford
Postcard Set D No.77 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR Postcard
Brewster Mason as Falstaff
Postcard Set D No.82 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1968: JULIUS CAESAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Brewster Mason (as Julius Caesar), Barrie Ingham (as Marcus Brutus), Ian Richardson (as Caius Cassius), Derek Smith, Emrys James, William McGuirk, Ron Daniels, Peter Clay, Richard Mayes, Charles Thomas (as Marcus Antonius), Geoffrey Hutchings, Philip Taylor, David Healy, Morgan Sheppard, Frederick Bennett, Brian Forster, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Portia), Christina Greatrex, Sydney Bromley, Alton Kumalo, Jeffery Dench, Lila Kaye, Walter Sparrow, Don Henderson, Ruby Head, Madeleine Cannon, Felicity Gordon, Tony McEwan, Vanessa Miles, Lyn Moore, Susan Sheers, Peter Geddis, Keith Washington, Roger Rees (as Volumnius), Stephan Chase, John Nolan, John Rogan, Oscar James, Peter Messaline, Boyd McKenzie, Gregg Palmer; dir:John Barton [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 4 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1968: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RST) Souvenir Programme
Norman Rodway (as Don Pedro), Terrence Hardiman, Bernard Lloyd (as Claudio), Alan Howard (as Benedick), Sebastian Shaw (as Leonato), George Cormack, John Shrapnel, Patrick Stewart (as Borachio), Ben Kingsley (as Conrade), Rufus Frampton, David Waller (as Dogberry), Clifford Rose (as Verges), Julian Curry, Richard Simpson, Bruce Myers, Peter Gordon, Helen Mirren (as Hero), Janet Suzman (as Beatrice), Susan Fleetwood, Rowena Cooper, Trevor Adams, Eric Allan, Richard Jones Barry, Caroline Burt, Hugh Keays Byrne, Madeleine Cannon, Peter Cochran, Ralph Cotterill, Ian Dyson, David Firth, Stephen Greif, Richard Knott, Glynne Lewis, Stuart McGugan, Philip Manikum, Lyn Moore, Robert Oates, Douglas Stender, Gareth Thomas, Peter Tilbury, Stephen Turner, Paul Stratford, Maggie Wright; dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 7 production and rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Postcard
Alan Howard as Benedick, Janet Suzman as Beatrice
Postcard Set D No.80 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1968: KING LEAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Eric Porter (as King Lear), Julian Curry, John Kay, Patrick Stewart (as Cornwall), Terrence Hardiman (as Albany), David Waller (as Kent), Sebastian Shaw (as Gloucester), Alan Howard (as Edgar), Norman Rodway (as Edmund), Michael Williams (as Fool), John Shrapnel, Ted Valentine, Richard Moore, Ben Kingsley (as Oswald), Richard Simpson, George Cormack, Stephen Greif, Bryan Robson, Bruce Myers, Ralph Cotterill, John York, Gareth Thomas, Trevor Adams, Robert Oates, Sheila Allen (as Goneril), Susan Fleetwood (as Regan), Diane Fletcher (as Cordelia), Richard Jones Barry, Hugh Keays Byrne, Peter Cochran, Ian Dyson, David Firth, Richard Knott, Glynne Lewis, Stuart McGugan, Douglas Stender, Peter Tilbury, Stephen Turner; dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 6 rehearsal and production photos, 7 photos of Eric Porter in various roles, credits etc.; VG] £6

KING LEAR Postcard
Eric Porter as King Lear
Postcard Set D No.76 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

LONDON

1968: MACBETH (Aldwych)
Paul Scofield, Vivien Merchant, Brewster Mason, Ian Richardson, Sebastian Shaw, Nicholas Selby, Elizabeth Spriggs, Catherine Lacey, Ian Hogg, Clive Swift, Jeffery Dench, Sheila Allen; dir:Peter Hall [24pp, 6x9; VG; w.5 production photos; VG] £4

1968: THE RELAPSE - Sir John Vanbrugh (Aldwych)
Charles Thomas, Lynn Farleigh, Michael Jayston, Morgan Sheppard, Don Henderson, Barrie Ingham (as Lord Foppington), Philip Terry, Robert Wilcox, Peter Geddis, Roger Rees, Ruby Head, William McGuirk, Frederick Bennett, Sydney Bromley, Jeffery Dench, Toby Robins, Geoffrey Hutchings, Emrys James, Christina Greatrex, Susan Sheers, Don Henderson, Brewster Mason, Frances de la Tour, Lila Kaye, Derek Smith, Richard Mayes, Robert Wilcox; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 6x9; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1968: ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (Aldwych)
Ian Richardson, Catherine Lacey, Lynn Farleigh, Clive Swift, Ian Hogg, Sebastian Shaw, Brewster Mason, Elizabeth Spriggs, Helen Mirren; dir:John Barton [24pp; 6x9; VG; w.photos] £5

1968: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Aldwych)
Brewster Mason, Elizabeth Spriggs, Brenda Bruce, Lila Kaye, Roger Rees, Ian Richardson, Emrys James, Derek Smith, Ron Daniels; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 6x9; cast list, photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1968: INDIANS - Arthur Kopit (Aldwych)
Barrie Ingham (as Buffalo Bill), Michael Jayston (as General Custer), Geoffrey Hutchings (as Geronimo), Roger Rees, Derek Smith, Emrys James (as Sitting Bull), Morgan Sheppard (as Wild Bill Hickok), Vanessa Miles (as Annie Oakley the Second); dir:Jack Gelber [24pp, 6x9; VG] £4

INDIANS Postcard
Barrie Ingham as Buffalo Bill
Postcard Set D No.81 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1968: UNDER MILK WOOD - Dylan Thomas (Aldwych)
Emrys James, Richard Moore, Sheila Allen, Susan Fleetwood, Peter Geddis, Peter Gordon, Bruce Myers; dir:Terry Hands [24pp; 6x9; biographies etc.; TheatreGoround Production; scribbles on cover, else VG] £2

1968: THE HOLLOW CROWN - John Barton (Aldwych)
Peggy Ashcroft, Donald Sinden, Michael Jayston, Clifford Rose; dir:John Barton [24pp, 6x9; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1968 (July): ROOM FOR COMPANY devised by Gareth Morgan (Aldwych)
George Baker, Paul Rogers, Gaye Brown, Charles Thomas, John Kane; dir:Gareth Morgan [8pp, 6x9; biographies etc.; TheatreGoround Production; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1968: GOD BLESS - Jules Feiffer (Aldwych)
Roy Dotrice, Robert Lloyd, Ram John Holder, Ian Hogg, Barry Stanton, Jeffery Dench, David Healy, Morgan Sheppard; dir:Geoffrey Reeves [32pp, 6x9; notes, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £4

1968: THE LATENT HETEROSEXUAL - Paddy Chayefsky (Aldwych)
Lee Montague, Roy Dotrice, Ian Hogg, Barry Stanton, John Kane, Phillip Hinton, Tim Wylton; dir:Terry Hands [28pp; 6x9; notes, biographies, illustrations etc.; date on cover (7-10-68), else VG] £4

1968: JULIUS CAESAR (Aldwych)
Brewster Mason, Ian Richardson, Barrie Ingham, Derek Smith, Charles Thomas, Geoffrey Hutchings, Lynn Farleigh, William McGuirk, Ron Daniels, Brian Forster, Frederick Bennett, Emrys James, Peter Clay, Richard Mayes, Christina Greatrex, Sydney Bromley, Alton Kumalo, Jeffrey Dench, Lila Kaye, Don Henderson, Roger Rees, Morgan Sheppard, Peter Geddis, Oscar James; dir:John Barton [32pp, 6x9; notes, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £3

1968: JULIUS CAESAR (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Brewster Mason, Ian Richardson, Barrie Ingham, Derek Smith, Charles Thomas, Geoffrey Hutchings, Lynn Farleigh, William McGuirk, Ron Daniels, Brian Forster, Frederick Bennett, Emrys James, Peter Clay, Richard Mayes, Christina Greatrex, Sydney Bromley, Alton Kumalo, Jeffrey Dench, Lila Kaye, Don Henderson, Roger Rees, Morgan Sheppard, Peter Geddis, Oscar James; dir:John Barton [20pp, 8x12.5; rehearsal and production photos, pictures, articles; no formal cast list; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1968: INDIANS - Arthur Kopit (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Sydney Bromley, Gaye Brown (as Belle Starr), Ron Daniels, Jeffery Dench, Peter Geddis (as Billy the Kid), David Healy, Geoffrey Hutchings, Barrie Ingham (as Buffalo Bill), Emrys James (as Sitting Bull), Michael Jayston (as General Custer), Daniel Moynihan (as Jesse James), Morgan Sheppard (as Wild Bill Hickok), Derek Smith; dir:Jack Gelber [22pp, 8x12.5; very extensive illustrated articles; no formal cast list; VG] £4

1968-69: REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Dec 1968-Feb 1969 (Aldwych)
A DELICATE BALANCE, GOD BLESS, THE LATENT HETEROSEXUAL, JULIS CAESAR, THE RELAPSE, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR; with Peggy Ashcroft, Michael Hordern, Elizabeth Spriggs, Sheila Hancock, Roy Dotrice, Barry Stanton, Ian Hogg, John Kane, Brewster Mason, Barrie Ingham, Ian Richardson, Charles Thomas, Derek Smith, Michael Jayston, Jeffery Dench, Emrys James, Frances de la Tour, Lila Kaye, Brenda Bruce, Roger Rees etc. - Complete performance schedule, company list, booking details; fascinating! [4pp, 5.4x9; VG] £3

RSC 1969 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1969: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Brewster Mason (as Sir John Falstaff), Roger Rees (as Fenton), Jeffery Dench (as Master Page), Brenda Bruce (as Mistress Page), Susan Sheers, David Allen, Ian Richardson (as Master Ford), Elizabeth Spriggs (as Mistress Ford), Denis Holmes, Emrys James, Derek Smith, Lila Kaye (as Mistress Quickly), David Bailie, Gordon Reid, Philip Taylor, Juliet Aykroyd, John Berwyn, Diana Chappell, Janet Henfrey, Myles Hoyle, Alton Kumalo, Anthony Langdon, Boyd Mackenzie, James Vallon, Janet Whiteside, Graham Allman, Ian Brown, Reuben Bullivant, Gary Burfield, Graham Guise, Peter Potts, Sydney Bromley, Peter Geddis, Geoffrey Hutchings, Morgan Sheppard, Anthony Pedley, Don Henderson, John Koeune; dir:Terry Hands [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 6 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1969: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Judi Dench (as Viola), Gordon Reid, Morgan Sheppard, Charles Thomas (as Orsino), Roger Rees, Myles Hoyle, John Forgeham, Richard Mayes, Adrian Harman, Don Henderson, Peter Messaline, James Vallon, Lisa Harrow (as Olivia), Brenda Bruce, Bill Fraser (as Sir Toby Belch), Barrie Ingham, Emrys James, Donald Sinden (as Malvolio), Peter Geddis, Philip Taylor, Michael Shannon; dir:John Barton [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies w.photos, illustrated articles, credits; a definitive production; w.three tickets tipped in (15 Sep, 16 Sep, 18 Sep); VG] £5

TWELFTH NIGHT Postcard
Donald Sinden as Malvolio
Postcard Set D No.88 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1969: HENRY VIII (RST) Souvenir Programme
Donald Sinden (as Henry VIII), Peggy Ashcroft (as Queen Katharine), Brewster Mason (as Cardinal Wolsey), Anthony Pedley, John Berwyn, Emrys James (as Cranmer), Jeffery Dench, Richard Pasco (as Buckingham), Denis Holmes, Anne Dyson, John Forgeham, Nicholas Selby, Basil Clarke, Janet Whiteside, Bill Fraser, Michael Shannon, James Vallon, Don Henderson, Anthony Langdon, Peter Messaline, Philip Taylor, Richard Mayes, Roger Rees, Myles Hoyle, Boyd Mackenzie, David Bailie, Sydney Bromley, Diana Chappell, Lisa Harrow, Janet Key, Geoffrey Hutchings, Morgan Sheppard, Juliet Aykroyd, Peter Nobbs, Paul Bailey, Stephen Barford, Colin Hathaway, Jonathan Deans, Keith Tyler, Stephen Morris; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies w.photos, extensive illustrated articles, credits; VG] £5

HENRY VIII Postcard
Peggy Ashcroft as Queen Katharine
Postcard Set D No.89 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

HENRY VIII Postcard
Donald Sinden as Henry VIII
Postcard Set D No.90 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1969: WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN - Thomas Middleton (RST) Souvenir Programme
Brewster Mason (as Duke of Florence), Jeffery Dench, Basil Clarke, Elizabeth Spriggs (as Livia), Nicholas Selby (as Hippolito), Susan Fleetwood (as Isabella), Alton Kumalo, Charles Thomas, Derek Smith, Peter Geddis, Richard Pasco (as Leantio), Anne Dyson, Judi Dench (as Bianca), Janet Key, Diana Chappell, Richard Mayes, Denis Holmes, John Berwyn, Laurence Burns, John Forgeham, John Hallam, Janet Henfrey, Boyd Mackenzie, Michael Shannon, Janet Whiteside, David Allen, Graham Allman, Ian Brown, Reuben Bullivant, Graham Guise, John Koeune, Peter Potts; dir:Terry Hands [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, large company photo, credits etc.; VG] £5

1969: PERICLES (RST) Souvenir Programme
Emrys James (as Gower / Helicanus), Ian Richardson (as Pericles), Susan Fleetwood (as Thaisa / Marina), Morgan Sheppard, Alton Kumalo, Juliet Aykroyd, Roger Rees, Philip Taylor, Basil Clarke, Geoffrey Hutchings, Boyd Mackenzie, Brenda Bruce, Denis Holmes, Anthony Pedley, Derek Smith, James Vallon, Michael Shannon, Myles Hoyle, David Bailie, Janet Henfrey, John Hallam, John Berwyn, Sydney Bromley, Lisa Harrow, Susan Sheers; dir:Terry Hands [20pp, 8x12.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 9 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; w.ticket tipped in (19 Sep); VG] £5

PERICLES Postcard
Ian Richardson as Pericles
Postcard Set D No.85 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1969: THE WINTER'S TALE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Barrie Ingham (as Leontes), Judi Dench (as Hermione / Perdita), Jeremy Richardson, Nicholas Selby, Morgan Sheppard, Brenda Bruce (as Paulina), Anthony Pedley, Philip Taylor, John Hallam, Michael Shannon, Basil Clarke, Myles Hoyle, Roger Rees, Denis Holmes, Boyd Mackenzie, James Vallon, Janet Henfrey, Juliet Aykroyd, Lisa Harrow, Susan Sheers, Janet Whiteside, Alton Kumalo, Richard Pasco (as Polixenes), David Bailie, John Berwyn, Derek Smith (as Autolycus), Sydney Bromley, Geoffrey Hutchings; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 8x12.5; cast list, photos, pictures, illustrated articles; a lovely souvenir of a definitive production; minor marks, else VG] £7

THE WINTER'S TALE Postcard
Judi Dench as Hermione
Postcard Set D No.86 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

THE WINTER'S TALE Postcard
Barrie Ingham as Leontes
Postcard Set D No.87 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

LONDON

1969 (9 Jan): A DELICATE BALANCE - Edward Albee [British Premiere] (Aldwych)
Peggy Ashcroft, Michael Hordern, Elizabeth Spriggs, Patience Collier, John Welsh, Sheila Hancock; dir:Peter Hall [6pp; 5x10; card programme for 'Gala Preview' on 9 January 1969; neat vertical crease] £2

1969: A DELICATE BALANCE - Edward Albee [British Premiere] (Aldwych)
Peggy Ashcroft, Michael Hordern, Elizabeth Spriggs, Patience Collier, John Welsh, Sheila Hancock; dir:Peter Hall [24pp, 6x9; cast list, notes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

A DELICATE BALANCE Postcard
Elizabeth Spriggs as Claire
Postcard Set D No.84 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1969: LANDSCAPE and SILENCE - Harold Pinter (Aldwych)
Peggy Ashcroft, David Waller, Anthony Bate, Frances Cuka, Norman Rodway; dir:Peter Hall [28pp, 6x9; notes, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1969: BARTHOLOMEW FAIR - Ben Jonson (Aldwych)
John Kane, Terrence Hardiman, Helen Mirren (as Win-The-Fight Littlewit), Patience Collier, Willoughby Goddard, Ben Kingsley (as Ned Winwife), Norman Rodway, Alan Howard (as Bartholomew Cokes), Clifford Rose, Hildegard Neil, Domini Blythe, Sebastian Shaw (as Justice Adam Overdo), Patrick Stewart (as Lantern Leatherhead), Ruby Head, Glynne Lewis, Robert Oates, Lila Kaye, Ralph Cotterill, Richard Moore, Bruce Myers, Julian Curry, Mary Rutherford, Bernard Lloyd, Phillip Manikum, Ted Valentine, George Cormack, Richard Jones Barry, Hugh Keays Byrne, Ian Dyson, John York, David Stern, Vernon Morris, Valerie Minifie, Paul Arlington, Martin Bax, Peter Cochran, David Forbes, Peter Harlowe, Stephen Turner, David Papworth, Stephen Papworth, Paul Swift; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 6x9; notes, biographies etc.; date on cover, else VG] £4

1969: THE SILVER TASSIE - Sean O'Casey (Aldwych)
David Waller, Patience Collier, Helen Mirren, Frances Cuka, Richard Moore, Patrick Stewart, Sara Kestelman, Ben Kingsley, John Kane, Julian Curry, Bernard Lloyd; dir:David Jones [24pp; 6x9; notes, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1969: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Aldwych)
Anthony Bate, Clifford Rose, Bernard Lloyd, Alan Howard (as Benedick), Sebastian Shaw, Patrick Stewart (as Borachio), Ben Kingsley (as Conrade), David Waller (as Dogberry), Julian Curry, Helen Mirren (as Hero), Janet Suzman (as Beatrice), Sara Kestelman; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 6x9; notes, biographies etc.; date on cover, else VG] £4

1969: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Anthony Bate, Clifford Rose, Bernard Lloyd, Alan Howard (as Benedick), Sebastian Shaw, Patrick Stewart (as Borachio), Ben Kingsley (as Conrade), David Waller (as Dogberry), Julian Curry, Helen Mirren (as Hero), Janet Suzman (as Beatrice), Sara Kestelman; dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp, 8x12.5; cast photos, illustrated articles, 10 rehearsal photos, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1969: THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY - Cyril Tourneur (Aldwych)
David Waller, Alan Howard (as Lussurioso), Norman Rodway (as Spurio), Ian Richardson (as Vendice), Patrick Stewart (as Hippolito), Lila Kaye, Helen Mirren (as Castiza), Clifford Rose; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1969: THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY - Cyril Tourneur (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Ian Richardson, Alan Howard, Patrick Stewart, Helen Mirren; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp; 8x12.5; photos, pictures, articles; no formal cast list; VG, w.light marks] £6

THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY Postcard
Ian Richardson as Vendice
Postcard Set C No.69 [4"x6"; VG] 50p

1969: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Aldwych)
Brewster Mason (as Sir John Falstaff), Roger Rees (as Fenton), Jeffery Dench, Brenda Bruce (as Margaret Page), Vanessa Miles, David Ludlow, Ian Richardson (as Frank Ford), Elizabeth Spriggs (as Alice Ford), David Healy, Emrys James, Derek Smith, Lila Kaye (as Mistress Quickly), William McGuirk, Stephan Chase, Gregg Palmer, Frederick Bennett, Peter Clay, Ron Daniels, Felicity Gordon, Christina Greatrex, Ruby Head, Boyd Mackenzie, Richard Mayes, Tony McEwan, John Nolan, Susan Sheers, Philip Taylor, Keith Washington, Carson Green, Stephen Papworth, Paul Swift, Peter Nobbs, Paul Turnell, Robert Wilcox, Sydney Bromley, Peter Geddis, Geoffrey Hutchings, Morgan Sheppard, Walter Sparrow, Don Henderson, John Vaughan; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 6x9; cast list, photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

1969: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Aldwych)
Bryan Robson, Clifford Rose, Sebastian Shaw (as Ulysses), Ted Valentine, Richard Moore, Alan Howard (as Achilles), Richard Jones Barry, Bruce Myers, George Cormack, Norman Rodway (as Thersites), Peter Cochran, Patrick Stewart (as Hector), Stephen Turner, David Firth, Paul Hastings, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Michael Williams (as Troilus), Ben Kingsley (as Aeneas), J D Stender, David Waller (as Pandarus), Ralph Cotterill, John York, Phillip Manikum, Helen Mirren (as Cressida), Sara Kestelman (as Cassandra), Hildegard Neil (as Helen / Andromache), Paul Arlington, Martin Bax, Domini Blythe, Ian Dyson, David Forbes, Peter Harlowe, Ruby Head, Glynne Lewis, Valerie Minifie, Vernon Morris, Robert Oates, Mary Rutherford, David Stern; dir:John Barton [28pp, 6x9; cast list, biographies, articles, credits; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1969: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Bernard Lloyd (as Troilus, for Michael Williams), Helen Mirren, Alan Howard, Patrick Stewart, Sara Kestelman, Hildegard Neil, Clifford Rose, Sebastian Shaw, Norman Rodway, Ben Kingsley, David Waller; dir:John Barton [22pp, 8x12.5; excellent rehearsal and production photos, pictures, articles, biographies; no formal cast list; w.2 substitution slips and tickets (21 Oct + 8 Nov) tipped in; VG] £4

1969: DUTCH UNCLE - Edward Albee (Aldwych)
Warren Mitchell, Megs Jenkins, John Alderton, Frances de la Tour, Patrick Magee, Nigel Anthony; dir:Peter Hall [24pp; 6x9; cast list, biographies, credits] £3

ON TOUR

1969: WHEN THOU ART KING [from Henry IV Pts.1 & 2, and Henry V] (Theatregoround) Souvenir Programme
Brewster Mason (as Sir John Falstaff), Charles Thomas (as Hal, later Henry V), Don Henderson, Jeffery Dench (as Henry IV etc.), Peter Geddis, Richard Mayes, John Forgeham, Gordon Reid, Anne Dyson (as Mistress Quickly), Janet Key (as Lady Percy, Katherine etc.), Diana Chappell, Anthony Langdon; dir:John Barton and Gareth Morgan [16pp, 8x12.5; cast lists, biographies, rehearsal photos, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4


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