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1975-1979

RSC 1975 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1975 (18-22 Feb): DOCTOR FAUSTUS - Christopher Marlowe (RST)
Clement McCallin, Richard Mayes, Emrys James (as Mephostophilis), Ian McKellen (as Faustus), Terence Wilton, Malcolm Armstrong, Leon Tanner, Julian Barnes, John Boswall, Jean Gilpin, Meriel Brook, Robert Fyfe, Peter Washtell; dir:John Barton [16pp, 6.6x9.75; cast list, biographies, articles, credits etc.; VG] £2

1975: HENRY IV Part I, HENRY IV Part II, HENRY V, and THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Emrys James (as Henry IV / Chorus / Sir Hugh Evans), Alan Howard (as Henry Prince of Wales / Henry V), Charles Dance (as Prince John), Stephen Jenn, Anthony Naylor, Reginald Jessup, Philip Brack, Clement McCallin, Stuart Wilson (as Hotspur), George Baker, Ann Hasson, Christopher Saul, Bernard Brown, Andre Van Gyseghem, Oliver Ford-Davies, Terence Wilton, Griffith Jones, Yvonne Nicholson, Dan Meaden, Brewster Mason (as Sir John Falstaff), Trevor Peacock, Arthur Whybrow, Tim Wylton, Peter Bourke, Ken Stott, Richard Derrington, Barrie Rutter, Maureen Pryor (as Mistress Quickly), Carolle Rousseau, Sidney Livingstone, Richard Moore, Mikel Lambert, Bob Peck (as Lord Mowbray), Sydney Bromley (as Shallow), Derek Smith, Geoffrey Hutchings, Ludmila Mikael, Philip Dunbar, Yvonne Coulette, Gareth Armstrong (as Fenton), Jeffery Dench (as George Page), Brenda Bruce (as Mistress Page), Ian Richardson (as Frank Ford), Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Alice Ford), Ben Kingsley (as Slender); dir:Terry Hands [52pp, 8.25x11.75; full casts, biographies, 25 rehearsal photographs, illustrated articles, performance schedule etc. etc.; packed with interest, and an uncommon programme; VG] £5

The Other Place

No programmes available.

LONDON

1975: HENRY IV PT.I and II, HENRY V and THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Emrys James (as Henry IV / Chorus / Sir Hugh Evans), Alan Howard (as Henry Prince of Wales / Henry V), Charles Dance (as Prince John), Stephen Jenn, Anthony Naylor, Reginald Jessup, Philip Brack, Clement McCallin, Stuart Wilson (as Hotspur), George Baker, Ann Hasson, Richard Derrington, Bernard Brown, Andre Van Gyseghem, Oliver Ford-Davies, Terence Wilton, Griffith Jones, Yvonne Nicholson, Dan Meaden, Brewster Mason (as Sir John Falstaff), Trevor Peacock, Arthur Whybrow, Tim Wylton, Peter Bourke, Ken Stott, Barrie Rutter, Maureen Pryor (as Mistress Quickly), Matthew Taylor, Huw Higginson, Mikel Lambert, Bob Peck (as Lord Mowbray), Christopher Saul, Yvonne Coulette, Sydney Bromley (as Shallow), Jeffery Dench (as Archbishop of Canterbury / George Page), Geoffrey Hutchings, Carolle Rousseau, Philip Dunbar, Gareth Armstrong (as Fenton), Brenda Bruce (as Mistress Page), Richard Moore, Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Alice Ford), Derek Smith, Douglas Hathaway, Jerry Daly, Ben Kingsley (as Slender); dir:Terry Hands [52pp, 8.25x11.75; full casts, biographies, rehearsal photographs, extensive illustrated articles, etc.; packed with interest; an unusual programme; VG] £5

1975: KING JOHN (Aldwych)
Emrys James, Mike Gwilym, Hilda Braid, Benedict Taylor, Louise Jameson, Ian McKellen, Janet Whiteside, Denis Holmes, Richard Mayes, David Suchet, John Labanowski, Sheila Allen, Clement McCallin, Jonathan Kent, Gavin Campbell, Jeffery Dench; dir:John Barton with Barry Kyle [16pp, 5.25x8.5; illustrated articles, cast biogs etc.; VG] £4

1975: TRAVESTIES - Tom Stoppard (Aldwych)
John Wood, Robert Powell, John Quentin, Harry Towb, John Bott, Meg Wynn Owen, Beth Morris, Frances Cuka; dir:Peter Wood [24pp, 5.25x8.75; articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £4

1975: TRAVESTIES - Tom Stoppard (Albery)
John Wood, Robert Powell, John Quentin, Harry Towb, John Bott, Meg Wynn Owen, Beth Morris, Frances Cuka; dir:Peter Wood [20pp, 5.25x8.75; cast list, biographies, articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; w.ticket (15 Aug)VG] £4

1975: JINGO - Charles Wood (Aldwych)
Anna Massey, John Standing, Michael Williams, Peter Jeffrey, Bernard Lee, Yasuko Nagazumi, Eric Young, Andy Ho, David Yip, Robert McBain, Lee Crawford, Colin Clague; dir:Richard Eyre [28pp, 5.25x8.75; extensive illustrated articles, photographs, biographies etc.; date on cover, else VG] £4

1975: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Aldwych)
Ian Richardson, Susan Fleetwood, Norman Rodway, Estelle Kohler, David Suchet, Tony Church, Mike Gwilym; dir:David Jones [24pp; 5.25x8.75; articles, illustrations, production photographs etc.; VG] £4

1975: HEDDA GABLER - Henrik Ibsen, English version by Trevor Nunn (Aldwych)
Peter Eyre (as George Tesman), Glenda Jackson (as Hedda Tesman), Constance Chapman, Jennie Linden, Timothy West (as Judge Brack), Patrick Stewart (as Eilet Lovborg), Pam St.Clement; dir:Trevor Nunn [28pp, 5.25x8.75; cast list, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1975: TWELFTH NIGHT (Aldwych)
Jane Lapotaire, Nicol Williamson, David Waller, Frank Thornton, Patricia Hayes, Richard Griffiths, Anthony O'Donnell; dir:Peter Gill [24pp, 5.25x8.75; biographies, articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £4

1975: THE MARRYING OF ANN LEETE - Harley Granville Barker (Aldwych)
Paul Rogers, Estelle Kohler, Mike Gwilym, Mia Farrow, John Boswall, Judith Nelmes, Janet Whiteside, Norman Tyrrell, Oliver Cotton, Richard Pasco, Martin Boddey, Denis Holmes, Patrick Godfrey, Jeffry Wickham, Doyne Byrd, Richard Mayes, Emma Williams, Norman Ettlinger, Wilfred Grove, Annette Badland; dir:David Jones [24pp, 5.25x8.75; biographies, articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £4

1975: TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD - Bernard Shaw (Aldwych)
Ken Wynne (as The Monster), Anna Calder-Marshall, Dorothy Reynolds, Patrick Godfrey, Judi Dench (as The Nurse), Ian McKellen (as The Burglar), John Phillips, John McEnery, Joe Melia, John Welsh; dir:Clifford Williams [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, 5 rehearsal photos, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1975: MACBETH (Aldwych)
Patricia Hayes, Sheila Kelley, Anne Dyson, Frank Thornton, Eric Allan, John Price, Nicol Williamson (as Macbeth), Gordon Jackson, Benedict Taylor, Malcolm Tierney (as Macduff), Matthew Guinness, Paul Moriarty, Colin McCormack, Helen Mirren (as Lady Macbeth), Angela Phillips, Michael Parfitt, John Relevy, Mary Duddy, Ian McDiarmid (as Sergeant / Scottish Doctor), Richard Griffiths (as English Doctor / Murderer), Ron Pember, Mark Dowse, Philip York; dir:Trevor Nunn [28pp, 5.25x8.75; cast list, biographies, articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £4

1975: THE RSC NEWSPAPER No.2 (Stratford/Aldwych)
Large-size publication, covering the 1975 Centenary Season at Stratford and in London; HENRY V, HENRY IV Pts.1 and 2, LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, TRAVESTIES, HEDDA GABLER; 'Best Actor' Awards for John Wood (3 photos), 1975 World Theatre Season, 1975 Aldwych Season, portraits of David Jones and Glenda Jackson, Article by Terry Hands, '100 Years of Theatre at Stratford', "Controversial Henrys" (article and photos of Ian Holm, Anthony Quayle, Richard Burton and Harry Andrews, Laurence Olivier and Eric Porter in HENRY V), feature on The Other Place, RSC Membership Scheme, large photo of Glenda Jackson and Patrick Stewart in HEDDA GABLER, photographic features on Emrys James (3 photos), Brewster Mason (3 photos), Alan Howard (5 photos) [12pp, 9.6x14.6 and 6pp, 9.4x9 booking form and repertoire leaflet, covering Mch-Aug; uncommon; horizontal fold, else excellent condition] £5

1975: THE RSC NEWSPAPER No.4 (Stratford/Aldwych)
Large-size publication, covering the 1975 Centenary Season at Stratford and in London; feature on the Centenary Weekend at Stratford (w.2 photos); 5 photos of Brewster Mason, Jeffery Dench, Geoffrey Hutchings, Emrys James, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Brenda Bruce and Ian Richardson in THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR; feature on HENRY IV Part Two (Alan Howard, Brewster Mason, Emrys James, Bob Peck, Ken Stott, and many more - 8 production photos); Article on Graham Greene by Ronald Bryden (w.photo); feature on RICHARD III at The Other Place (w.2 photos); News in Brief; small photos of Mia Farrow, John Wood in TRAVESTIES, and Glenda Jackson in HEDDA GABLER [12pp, 9.6x14.6 and 6pp, 9.4x9 booking form and repertoire leaflet, covering Oct-Dec; uncommon; horizontal fold, else excellent condition] £5

ON TOUR

1975 (7 December): PLEASURE AND REPENTENCE (Malvern Festival)
Brenda Bruce, Clement McCallin, Ian Richardson, William Homewood (guitar); devised and directed by Terry Hands [8pp, 5.25x8.5; biographies, programme details; VG] £2

RSC 1976 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1976: ROMEO AND JULIET (RST) Souvenir Programme
Ian McKellen, Francesca Annis, David Waller, Roger Rees, John Woodvine, Michael Pennington, Greg Hicks, Marie Kean, Richard Griffiths, Paul Shelley, Barbara Shelley; dir:Trevor Nunn [32pp; 7x11.75; w.cast list, articles, illustrations, photos etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1976: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RST) Souvenir Programme
Judi Dench (as Beatrice), Donald Sinden (as Benedick), Cherie Lunghi, Greg Hicks, Robin Ellis, Ian McDiarmid (as Don John), Bob Peck (as Borachio), Peter Woodward, John Woodvine (as Dogberry); dir:John Barton [28pp, 7x11.75; w.cast list, articles, illustrations, photos etc.; VG] £5

1976: THE WINTER'S TALE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Ian McKellen (as Leontes), Marilyn Taylerson (as Hermione), Richard Porter, Dorian Wathen, Bob Peck (as Camillo), Griffith Jones, Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Paulina), Dennis Clinton, Clyde Pollitt, David Howey, Richard Durden, Peter Woodward, Susan Drury, Judith Harte, Lea Dregorn, John Woodvine (as Polixenes), Nickolas Grace (as Florizel), David Lyon, David Waller (as Old Shepherd), Roger Rees (as Young Shepherd), Michael Williams (as Autolycus), Cherie Lunghi (as Perdita), Pippa Guard, Frances Viner, Leonard Preston, Michael Pennington/Robin Ellis/Tony Church (as Time); dir:John Barton, Trevor Nunn [28pp, 7x11.75; w.cast list, articles, illustrations, cast and rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1976: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (RST) Souvenir Programme
Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Helen), Ivan Beavis, Norman Tyrrell, Tony Church (as Ulysses), Jacob Witkin, Brian Coburn, Robin Ellis (as Achilles), Paul Moriarty, Paul Shelley, Clyde Pollitt, John Nettles (as Thersites), Dennis Clinton, Michael Pennington (as Hector), Richard Durden, Paul Whitworth, Peter Woodward, David Lyon, Mike Gwilym (as Troilus), Nickolas Grace (as Aeneas), Leonard Preston, David Waller (as Pandarus), Richard Griffiths, Paul Brooke, Francesca Annis (as Cressida), Barbara Shelley, Meg Davies, Pippa Guard, Greg Hicks, Keith Taylor, Frances Viner; dir:John Barton and Barry Kyle [28pp, 7x11.75; w.cast list, biographies w.photos, illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

1976: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (RST) Souvenir Programme
Brian Coburn, Griffith Jones, Roger Rees (as Antipholus of Syracuse), Mike Gwilym (as Antipholus of Ephesus), Michael Williams (as Dromio of Syracuse), Nickolas Grace (as Dromio of Ephesus), Judi Dench (as Adriana), Francesca Annis (as Luciana), Paul Brooke, Norman Tyrrell, Barbara Shelley, Robin Ellis, Marie Kean, Richard Griffiths, Jacob Witkin, Keith Taylor, Susan Dury, Meg Davies, Tim Brierley, Paul Whitworth, Peter Woodward, Marjorie Bland, Bobbie Brown, Pippa Guard; dir:Trevor Nunn [32pp, 7x11.75; w.cast list, biographies w.photos, extensive illustrated articles, 11 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

LONDON

1976: IVANOV - Anton Chekhov (Aldwych)
John Wood, Bob Hoskins, Estelle Kohler, Sebastian Shaw, Joe Dunlop, Norman Rodway, Carol Gillies, Mia Farrow, Valerie Colgan, Larry Hoodekoff, Kenneth Cranham, Zoe Wanamaker, Patrick Godfrey, Patience Collier, Richard Simpson, Raymond Marlowe, Doyne Byrd, Steven Beard, Diana Rowan, Clare Shenstone, Norman Tipton; dir:David Jones [24pp, 5.25x8.5; photos, biogs, articles; VG] £4

1976: THE ZYKOVS - Maxim Gorky, version by Jeremy Brooks and Kitty Hunter-Blair (Aldwych)
Paul Rogers, Sheila Allen, Mike Gwilym, David Daker, Patrick Godfrey, Lynsey Baxter, Janet Whiteside, Mia Farrow, Valerie Colgan, Norman Rodway, Gary Bond; dir:David Jones [24pp, 5.25x8.5; articles, illustrations, photos of previous RSC productions of Gorky plays, cast biographies etc.; VG] £4

1976: WILD OATS - John O'Keefe (Aldwych)
Joe Melia, Norman Rodway, Patrick Godfrey, Lisa Harrow, Simon Jones, Doyne Byrd, Jeremy Irons, Alan Howard, Raymond Westwell, Tim Wylton, Zoe Wanamaker, John Bott, Tim Barlow, Bille Brown, James Cormack, Raymond Marlowe, Joe Dunlop, Richard Simpson, Emma Williams, Diana Rowan, Eve Pearce, Ben Cross; dir:Clifford Williams [24pp, 5.25x8.5; articles, illustrations, photographs etc.; VG] £4

1976: HENRY IV Pt.I (Aldwych)
Alan Howard, Brewster Mason, Emrys James, Stuart Wilson, Charles Dance, George Baker, Trevor Peacock, Oliver Ford-Davies, Maureen Pryor, Ann Hasson; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 5.25x8.5; articles, illustrations, 12+ production photographs etc.; VG] £4

1976: HENRY IV Pt.II (Aldwych)
Alan Howard, Brewster Mason, Emrys James, Charles Dance, Trevor Peacock, Oliver Ford-Davies, Maureen Pryor, Ann Hasson, Bob Peck; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 5.25x8.5; articles, illustrations, 10+ production photographs etc.; VG] £4

1976: HENRY V (Aldwych)
Emrys James (as Chorus), Jeffery Dench, Trevor Peacock, Alan Howard (as Henry V), Stephen Jenn, Anthony Naylor, Philip Brack, Barrie Rutter, Dan Meaden, Arthur Whybrow, Reginald Jessup, Tim Wylton, Philip Dunbar, Richard Moore, Peter Bourke, Maureen Pryor, Ken Stott, Richard Derrington, Clement McCallin (as King Charles VI), Geoffrey Hutchings (as The Dauphin), Carolle Rousseau (as Katharine), Bernard Brown, Oliver Ford-Davies (as Montjoy), Yvonne Coulette; dir:Terry Hands [20pp, 5.25x8.5; articles, illustrations, excellent production photographs etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1976: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Aldwych)
Brewster Mason (as Sir John Falstaff), Gareth Armstrong (as Fenton), David Nunn, Jeffery Dench (as George Page), Brenda Bruce (as Mistress Page), Ann Hasson, Steven Warner, Richard Moore (as Frank Ford), Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Alice Ford), Dan Meaden, Trevor Peacock, Ken Wynne, Ken Stott, Richard Derrington, Arthur Whybrow, Jesse Jones, Simon Mowbray, Mark Hamblin, Timothy Bannister, Gethin Stout, Matthew Taylor, Jesse Birdsall, David Elmon, Steve Fletcher, Sydney Bromley (as Shallow), Peter Geddis, Geoffrey Hutchings, Janet Henfrey (as Mistress Quickly), Christopher Saul, Philip Dunbar, Tim Wylton; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 8 producton photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1976: THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE - Bernard Shaw (Aldwych)
Patience Collier, Tom Conti (as Dick Dudgeon), Tony Haygarth, Larry Hoodekoff, Eve Pearce, Alan Tilvern, Ann Way, Zoe Wanamaker, T P McKenna (as Rev Anderson), Estelle Kohler (as Judith Anderson), Richard Simpson, Peter Tilbury, Valerie Colgan, Lynsey Baxter, John Wood (as General Burgoyne), Patrick Godfrey, Bob Hoskins, Steven Beard, Ian Lowe, Joe Dunlop, Norman Tipton, Manning Redwood, Karl Held, Raymond Marlowe; dir:Jack Gold [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 3 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1976: OLD WORLD - Aleksei Arbuzov, translated by Ariadne Nicolaeff (Aldwych)
Peggy Ashcroft (as Lidya Vasilyevna), Anthony Quayle (as Rodion Nikolayevich); dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, illustrated Arbuzov chronology, Peggy Ashcroft and Anthony Quayle by Nicholas de Jongh (w.19 photos), biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1976: THE ICEMAN COMETH - Eugene O'Neill (Aldwych)
Norman Rodway, Harry Towb, Alan Tilvern, Bob Hoskins, David Daker, Hal Galili, Richard Simpson, John Warner, Cy Grant, Patrick Stewart, Patrick Godfrey, Gary Bond, Kenneth Cranham, Patti Love, Paola Dionisotti, Lynda Marchal, Ian Holm (as Hickey), Larry Hoodekoff, Karl Held; dir:Howard Davies [24pp, 5.25x8.5; articles, illustrations, 9 production photographs etc.; VG] £4

1976 (7 Nov): CELEBRITY GALA RECITAL: Pastoral-Historical Comical-Tragical (Aldwych)
Eric Porter, Bill Homewood, Sebastian Shaw, David Waller, Ian McKellen, Estelle Kohler, Beatrix Lehmann, Judi Dench, Alan Howard, Janet Suzman, Anthony Quayle, Peggy Ashcroft, Paul Rogers [8pp, 8.25x11.75; a programme of songs and Shakepeare's verse in aid of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre Centenary Appeal; full details of this Gala Recital; w.ticket (Stalls U5); VG] £4

LONDON (West End)

1976: TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD - Bernard Shaw (Globe)
Ken Wynne, Anna Calder-Marshall, Dorothy Reynolds / Gillian Webb, Patrick Godfrey, Judi Dench, Ian McKellen, John Phillips, Michael Williams, Joe Melia, John Welsh; dir:Clifford Williams [20pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, rehearsal photos, 9 Shaw-related photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1976: THE RSC NEWSPAPER No.5 (Stratford/Aldwych)
Large-size publication, covering the 1976 Season at Stratford and in London; large cover photo of Francesca Annis and Ian McKellen rehearsing ROMEO AND JULIET; Features on Trevor Nunn (w.photo), TRAVESTIES on Broadway, HENRY V on US and European Tour (w.photo), MERRY WIVES at the Aldwych (w.7 photos), THE ZYKOVS at the Aldwych (w.3 photos), Ian McKellen and Francesca Annis (w.5 photos), Donald Sinden (w.4 photos), Ten Faces of Judi Dench (w.10 photos), Howard Davies and SCHWEYK IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR at The Other Place (w.2 photos), Ronald Bryden (Play Advisor to the RSC), News in Brief etc. etc. [12pp, 9.6x14.75 and 4pp booking form and repertoire lists for Stratford and London; uncommon; original horizontal fold, minor marks, else excellent condition] £5

1976: THE RSC NEWSPAPER No.6 (Stratford/Aldwych)
Large-size publication, covering the 1976 Centenary Season at Stratford and in London; large cover photo of Judi Dench and Donald Sinden in MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING; News from Stratford and London; Features on THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE by Bernard Crick, Ian Holm returns to the RSC (w.photo), John Wood plays Ivanov (w.photo), THE ZYKOVS in rehearsal (w.photo), Ivanov - "coping with reality" by Vera Gottlieb, Interview with John Barton (w.3 production photos), Mike Gwilym (w.photo), Marilyn Taylerson (w.photo), 1976 Stratford Season (w.12 excellent production photos), Interview with John Napier (w.2 photos), Barry Kyle on DINGO, The Other Place (w.3 photos), The Three Faces of Bob Peck (w.3 photos), News in Brief etc. etc. [12pp, 9.6x14.75 and 6pp booking form and repertoire lists for Stratford and London; uncommon; original horizontal fold, minor marks, else excellent condition] £5

1976 (Autumn): RSC NEWSPAPER (Stratford/Aldwych)
Large-size publication, covering the 1976 Centenary Season at Stratford and in London; large cover photos of THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE (w.Estelle Kohler, T P McKenna, Tom Conti and John Wood) and TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (w.Mike Gwilym, David Waller and Francesca Annis); Features on ARBUZOV at the Aldwych (w.3 photos), Anthony Quayle (w.photo), Peggy Ashcroft (w.4 photos), RSC On Tour (2 photos), Donald Sinden (w.2 photos), RST Appeal (w.2 photos), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS at Stratford, BINGO and MACBETH at The Other Place (w.2 photos), Celebrity Concerts (w.4 photos), Photos of IVANOV in rehearsal, THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE, ROMEO AND JULIET, THE WINTER'S TALE, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, and TROILUS AND CRESSIDA etc. etc. [8pp, 9.6x14.75; uncommon; original horizontal fold, else excellent condition] £4

1976 (Winter): RSC NEWSHEET
Photos of Anthony Quayle and Peggy Ashcroft in OLD WORLD, Roger Rees and Michael Williams in THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, John O'Keefe and his WILD OATS (w.2 photos), Peter Nicholls on PRIVATES ON PARADE (w.photos of Michael Blakemore and Denis Quilley, and 3 Peter Nicholls productions), 1976 Stratford Season Extended, New Stratford Concerts (w.large photo of David Essex), photos of Peggy Ashcroft and Emrys James etc. [4pp, 7.3x9.5; original horizontal fold, else VG] £2

RSC 1977 director: Trevor Nunn

STRATFORD

1977: CORIOLANUS (RST) Souvenir Programme
Jeffery Dench, Bernard Brown, Graham Crowden (as Menenius), Paul Imbusch, John Burgess, Tim Wylton, Oliver Ford-Davies (as Junius Brutus), Pat Connell, Barrie Rutter, Philip Dunbar, Arthur Whybrow, Richard Derrington, David Shaw-Parker, Matthew Guinness, Iain Mitchell, Alan Howard (as Coriolanus), Maxine Audley (as Volumnia), Fleur Chandler, Yvonne Coulette, Jill Baker, Jamie Glover, Vincent Macauley, Julian Glover (as Tullus Aufidius), Desmond Stokes, Stephen Jenn, Charles Dance, Anthony Naylor, Bille Brown, Michael Bertenshaw; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 8x12; cast list, rehearsal photos, articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1977: HENRY V (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alfred Lynch (as Chorus), Paul Imbusch, Geoffrey Hutchings, Alan Howard (as Henry V), Iain Mitchell, Anthony Naylor, Edwin Richfield, Barrie Rutter, Charles Dance (as Lord Scroop / Williams), Arthur Whybrow, Roy Purcell, Tim Wylton, Philip Dunbar, Jeffery Dench, Richard Derrington, Valerie Lush, Matthew Guinness, David Shaw-Parker, Pat Connell, Clement McCallin (as Charles VI), Stephen Jenn, Barbara Kellerman (as Katharine), Bernard Brown, Oliver Ford-Davies (as Montjoy), Yvonne Coulette; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1977: HENRY VI PTS. 1, 2 & 3 (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alan Howard (as King Henry VI), Graham Crowden (as Gloucester), Jeffery Dench (as Bedford), Edwin Richfield, John Rhys-Davies, Oliver Ford-Davies, Iain Mitchell, Emrys James (as Duke of York), Stephen Jenn, Clement McCallin, Julian Glover (as Warwick), Peter McEnery, David Swift, Barrie Rutter, Ian Gelder, Michael Bertenshaw, Bille Brown, Dan Meaden, Arthur Whybrow, Ian McNeice, David Shaw-Parker, James Laurenson (as Charles the Dauphin / Jack Cade), John Burgess, Philip Dunbar, Jack Klaff (as Clarence), Desmond Stokes, Morris Perry, Richard Derrington, Pat Connell, Anton Lesser (as Richard of York; his professional debut), Charlotte Cornwell (as Joan la Pucelle), Helen Mirren (as Margaret), Yvonne Coulette, Charles Dance (as Buckingham), Anthony Naylor, Alfred Lynch, Roberta Taylor, Myrtle Moss, Ron Cook, Geoffrey Hutchings, Nigel Terry, Bernard Brown, John Waters / Martin Weatherhead (as Richmond / Rutland), Matthew Guinness, Roy Purcell, Anne Raitt, Paul Imbusch, Fleur Chandler; dir:Terry Hands [48pp, 8x12; cast list, biographies w.photos, rehearsal photos, extensive illustrated articles etc.; VG] £6

1977: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST) Souvenir Programme
Patrick Stewart (as Oberon), Marjorie Bland (as Titania), Leonard Preston, Gordon Garrity, Matthew Beacham, Robert Shaw, John Lyddon, Avril Carson, Rod Culbertson, Carmen Du Sautoy, Kevin O'Shea, Paul Wagar, Christopher Whitehouse, Richard Durden, George Raistrick, Paul Whitworth (as Lysander), Pippa Guard (as Hermia), Peter Woodward (as Demetrius), Marilyn Galsworthy (as Helena), Norman Tyrell, Richard Griffiths (as Bottom), Kim Begley, Keith Taylor, Leon Tanner, David Lyon; dir:John Barton [20pp, 7x11.75; w.cast list, articles, illustrated articles, 7 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £6

1977: AS YOU LIKE IT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Michael Follis, Charles Dance (as Oliver de Boys), Peter McEnery (as Orlando), Jeffery Dench, Michael Bertenshaw, John Rhys-Davies, Judith Paris (as Celia), Kate Nelligan (as Rosalind), Graham Crowden, Alan David, Jack Klaff, Dominic Jephcott, Roy Purcell, Bille Brown, Pat Connell, David Shaw-Parker, Jill Baker, Ann Holloway, Roberta Taylor, Oliver Ford-Davies (as Duke Senior), Emrys James (as Jaques), Michael Bulman, Morris Perry, Edwin Richfield, Ian Gelder, Lynsey Baxter, Paul Imbusch, Andrew Coonan, Alberto Fernandez, Owen James, William James; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 8x12; w.cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 10 production photos, 6 past production photos, credits etc.; VG] £5

LONDON

1977: KING LEAR (Aldwych)
Donald Sinden, Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Goneril), Meg Davies, Cherie Lunghi, Marc Zuber, Greg Hicks, John Nettles, Paul Moriarty, Bob Peck (as Kent), Tony Church (as Gloucester), Michael Pennington (as Edgar), Paul Shelley, Michael Williams (as The Fool), David Lyon, David Howey, Clyde Pollitt, Dev Sagoo, Dennis Clinton, Michael Cashman, Jack Galloway, Alfred Molina; dir:Trevor Nunn [32pp, 5.25x8.5; production photos, illustrated articles, biogs, credits etc.; VG] £4

KING LEAR Postcard
Donald Sinden as King Lear, Tony Church as Gloucester
Postcard Series 2 No.131 [5"x6.75"; VG] 50p

1977: PILLARS OF THE COMMUNITY - Henrik Ibsen, version by Inga-Stina Ewbank (Aldwych)
Ian McKellen, Eliza Ward, Howard Taylor, Paola Dionisotti, Paul Brooke, Tony Church, Ivan Beavis, Griffith Jones, Leon Tanner, Marjorie Bland, Duncan Preston, David Waller, Marie Kean, Denyse Alexander, Carmen du Sautoy, Avril Carson, Bobbie Brown, Kim Begley, Alan Cody, Mike Gwilym, Judi Dench; dir:John Barton [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1977: PRIVATES ON PARADE - Peter Nichols (Aldwych)
Nigel Hawthorne, Denis Quilley, David Daker, Emma Williams, Ben Cross, Joe Melia, Tim Wylton, Simon Jones, Ian Gelder, John Venning, Richard Rees; dir:Michael Blakemore [24pp, 5.25x8.5; photos, biographies, illustrated articles, rehearsal photographs, sheet music for theme song etc.; VG] £4

1977: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Aldwych)
Brian Coburn, Griffith Jones, Roger Rees, Mike Gwilym, Michael Williams, Neil Fitzwilliam, Judi Dench, Pippa Guard, Paul Brooke, Norman Tyrrell, Carmen du Sautoy, John Woodvine, Alan Cody, Marie Kean, Richard Griffiths, Jacob Witkin, Keith Taylor, Susan Dury, Meg Davies, Paul Whitworth, Kim Begley, Peter Woodward, Marjorie Bland, Bobbie Brown, Avril Carson; dir:Trevor Nunn [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, 7 production photos, biographies, articles; VG] £4

1977: WILD OATS - John O'Keefe (Aldwych)
Joe Melia, Norman Rodway (as Sir George Thunder), Patrick Godfrey, Lisa Harrow (as Lady Amaranth), Simon Jones, Doyne Byrd, Jeremy Irons (as Harry Thunder), Alan Howard (as Jack Rover), Raymond Westwell, Tim Wylton, Zoe Wanamaker (as Jane), John Bott, Tim Barlow, Bille Brown, James Cormack, Raymond Marlowe, Joe Dunlop, Richard Simpson, Emma Williams, Diana Rowan, Eve Pearce, Ben Cross; dir:Clifford Williams [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles; VG] £4

1977 (May): WILD OATS - John O'Keefe (Aldwych)
Joe Melia, Norman Rodway (as Sir George Thunder), Patrick Godfrey, Lisa Harrow (as Lady Amaranth), Ian Barritt, Doyne Byrd, Jeremy Irons (as Harry Thunder), Alan Howard (as Jack Rover), Raymond Westwell, Tim Wylton, Zoe Wanamaker (as Jane), John Bott, Nick Brimble, James Cormack, Brent Verdon, Raymond Marlowe, Joe Dunlop, Richard Simpson, Jo Anderson, Judith Hepburn, Eve Pearce, Roger Martin; dir:Clifford Williams [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, 14 production photos, illustrated articles; VG] £4

1977: THE ALCHEMIST - Ben Jonson (Aldwych)
John Woodvine (as Subtle), Ian McKellen (as Face), Susan Dury (as Doll Common), Alan Cody, Nickolas Grace, Paul Brooke (as Sir Epicure Mammon), Richard Durden, Jacob Witkin, Roger Rees (as Ananias), Hilton McRae, Bobbie Brown, Ivan Beavis, Leon Tanner, Denyse Alexander, Kim Begley, Ruby Head, Paul Wagar, Ruby Wax; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, photographs, glossary, illustrated articles etc.; VG] £4

1977: THE DAYS OF THE COMMUNE - Bertolt Brecht, translated by Clive Barker and Arno Reinfrank (Aldwych)
Paul Moriarty, David Lyon, Alfred Molina, Alan Cody, Bob Peck, Nickolas Grace, Mike Gwilym, Christopher Whitehouse, Marie Kean, Greg Hicks, Jesse Birdsall, Steve Fletcher, Bryan Keenan, Ian McKellen, Frances Viner, Cherie Lunghi, Paola Dionisotti, Margaret Ashcroft, Ruby Wax, Denyse Alexander, Lynda Rooke, John Bown, David Howey, Kim Begley, Paul Whitworth, Paul Shelley, Keith Taylor, Ian McDiarmid, Richard Griffiths, Leon Tanner; dir:Howard Davies [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles; VG] £4

1977: ROMEO AND JULIET (Aldwych)
John Bown, Ivan Beavis, Judith Harte, Ian McKellen (as Romeo), Roger Rees (as Benvolio), Greg Hicks (as Balthazar), Duncan Preston, Peter Woodward, John Woodvine, Barbara Shelley, Francesca Annis (as Juliet), Paul Shelley, Norman Tyrrell, Marie Kean (as Nurse), Richard Griffiths, David Howey, Leonard Preston, Griffith Jones, Richard Durden, Michael Pennington (as Mercutio), Paul Whitworth, David Waller (as Friar Lawrence), Dennis Clinton, Clyde Pollitt, Keith Taylor, Jacob Witkin, Bobbie Brown, Avril Carson, Pippa Guard, Judith Harte; dir:Trevor Nunn [16pp, 5.25x8.5; adverts removed; cast list, programme notes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1977: DESTINY - David Edgar (Aldwych)
Ian McDiarmid, Marc Zuber, David Lyon, Michael Pennington, Paul Shelley, Clyde Pollitt, Dennis Clinton, Judith Harte, Paul Moriarty, Frances Viner, Greg Hicks, Leonard Preston, Dev Sagoo, John Nettles, Hubert Rees, Bob Peck, Cherie Lunghi, Judy Monahan, Denyse Alexander, Michael Cashman, Jack Galloway, Alfred Molina, Martin Read; dir:Ron Daniels [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, 6 production photos, biogs, illustrated article, credits etc.; VG] £4

1977: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Aldwych)
Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Helen), Ivan Beavis, Norman Tyrrell, Tony Church (as Ulysses), Martin Read, Brian Coburn, Paul Shelley (as Achilles), Paul Moriarty, Hilton McRae, Kim Begley, Clyde Pollitt, John Nettles (as Thersites), Dennis Clinton, Michael Pennington (as Hector), Richard Durden, Paul Wagar, Kevin O'Shea, Alfred Molina (as Margarelon), Mike Gwilym (as Troilus), Nickolas Grace (as Aeneas), Rod Culbertson, David Waller (as Pandarus), Alan Cody, Francesca Annis (as Cressida), Carmen Du Sautoy, Avril Carson, Christopher Whitehouse; dir:Barry Kyle [28pp, 5.25x8.5; photos, biogs, articles; VG] £4

1977: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Aldwych)
Patrick Stewart (as Oberon), Marjorie Bland, Leonard Preston, Dexter Fletcher, James Coghill, Dan Bethell, Mark Luxford, Kim Begley, Avril Carson, Rod Culbertson, Carmen Du Sautoy, Kevin O'Shea, Paul Wagar, Christopher Whitehouse, Richard Durden, Griffith Jones, Paul Whitworth, Pippa Guard, Peter Woodward, Marilyn Galsworthy, Norman Tyrell, Richard Griffiths (as Bottom), Duncan Preston, Keith Taylor, Leon Tanner, David Lyon; dir:John Barton with Gillian Lynne [32pp, 5.25x8.5; production photos, biogs, articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1977: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Patrick Stewart (as Oberon), Marjorie Bland, Leonard Preston, Dexter Fletcher, James Coghill, Dan Bethell, Mark Luxford, Kim Begley, Avril Carson, Rod Culbertson, Carmen Du Sautoy, Kevin O'Shea, Paul Wagar, Christopher Whitehouse, Richard Durden, Griffith Jones, Paul Whitworth, Pippa Guard, Peter Woodward, Marilyn Galsworthy, Norman Tyrell, Richard Griffiths (as Bottom), Duncan Preston, Keith Taylor, Leon Tanner, David Lyon; dir:John Barton with Gillian Lynne [20pp, 7x11.75; company photos, illustrated articles, 7 production photos etc.; no formal cast list; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1977: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Aldwych)
Ivan Beavis, Dennis Clinton, Judi Dench (as Beatrice), Cherie Lunghi, Eliza Ward, Pippa Guard, Keith Taylor, Bobbie Brown, Avril Carson, Carmen du Sautoy, Marilyn Galsworthy, Greg Hicks, John Bown, Ian McDiarmid (as Don John), Richard Durden, Donald Sinden (as Benedick), Bob Peck, Brian Coburn, Jacob Witkin, Paul Whitworth, Peter Woodward, Kim Begley, John Woodvine (as Dogberry), Norman Tyrrell, David Lyon, Kevin O'Shea, Leon Tanner; dir:John Barton [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, 7 production photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

1977: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Aldwych) Souvenir Programme
Ivan Beavis, Dennis Clinton, Judi Dench (as Beatrice), Cherie Lunghi, Eliza Ward, Pippa Guard, Keith Taylor, Bobbie Brown, Avril Carson, Carmen du Sautoy, Marilyn Galsworthy, Greg Hicks, John Bown, Ian McDiarmid (as Don John), Richard Durden, Donald Sinden (as Benedick), Bob Peck, Brian Coburn, Jacob Witkin, Paul Whitworth, Peter Woodward, Kim Begley, John Woodvine (as Dogberry), Norman Tyrrell, David Lyon, Kevin O'Shea, Leon Tanner; dir:John Barton [20pp, 7x11.75; 20+ photos, articles, no cast list; slightly rumpled else VG] £5

LONDON (Warehouse)

1977: THAT GOOD BETWEEN US - Howard Barker (RSC Warehouse)
Rod Culbertson, Sarah Eyton, Judith Harte, David Howey, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Cherie Lunghi, David Lyon, Ian McDiarmid, Alfred Molina, Judy Monahan, John Nettles, Clyde Pollitt, Kevin O'Shea, Martin Read, Hubert Rees, Patrick Stewart, Paul Wagar, Christopher Whitehouse; dir:Barry Kyle [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1977: THE BUNDLE - Edward Bond (RSC Warehouse)
Bob Peck, Patrick Stewart, Mike Gwilym, Rod Culbertson, Alfred Molina, Clyde Pollitt, Judith Harte, Margaret Ashcroft, Kevin O'Shea, Lynda Rooke, John Nettles, Meg Davies, Paul Moriarty, Frances Viner, Greg Hicks, Martin Read, Christopher Whitehouse, Michael Townsend; dir:Howard Davies [three 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheets (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1977: FACTORY BIRDS - James Robson (RSC Warehouse)
Peter Woodward, Hubert Rees, Norman Tyrrell, Rod Culbertson, Allan Hendrick, Roger Rees (as Nazzer), Hilton McRae (as Mick), Clyde Pollitt, Marilyn Galsworthy, Meg Davies, Avril Carson, Martin Read, Pippa Guard, Dennis Clinton, Ruby Head, Keith Clarke, John Nettles, Paul Wagar; dir:Bill Alexander [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); newsclipping review attached; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1977: BANDITS - C P Taylor (RSC Warehouse)
Paul Moriarty, Clyde Pollitt, Alfred Molina, Judith Harte, Marilyn Galsworthy, David Howey, Hilton McRae, Hubert Rees, Cherie Lunghi, David Lyon, Meg Davies, Bob Peck, Judy Monahan, Greg Hicks, Frances Viner, Paul Shelley; dir:Howard Davies [two 8x13 duplicated sheets (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1977: SCHWEYK IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR - Bertolt Brecht, translated by Susan Davies (RSC Warehouse)
Nicholas Grace, Bob Peck, Ian McDiarmid, Paul Moriarty, Eliza Ward, Michael Williams, Hilton McRae, Paul Brooke, Meg Davies, Frances Viner; dir:Howard Davies [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1977: BINGO - Edward Bond (RSC Warehouse)
Patrick Stewart (as Shakespeare), Paul Shelley, Paul Moriarty, Paul Brooke, David Waller (as Ben Jonson), Duncan Preston, Leonard Preston, Judith Harte, Meg Davies, Frances Viner, Susan Dury; dir:Howard Davies [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1977: MACBETH (RSC Warehouse)
Marie Kean, Judith Harte, Susan Drury, Griffith Jones, Roger Rees (as Malcolm), Greg Hicks, Ian McKellen (as Macbeth), John Woodvine, Bob Peck (as Macduff), Ian McDiarmid, John Bown, Alan Cody, Judi Dench (as Lady Macbeth), David Howey, Matthew Taylor, Ben Broadbent; dir:Trevor Nunn [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1977: FIVE RSC REPERTOIRE LEAFLETS
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and The Other Place, 27 Jun-15 Oct 1977
Aldwych Theatre, 2 May-18 Jun 1977
Aldwych Theatre, 20 Jun-27 Aug 1977
RSC Warehouse (Donmar Theatre), 18 Jul-1 Oct 1977
RSC Warehouse (Donmar Theatre), 3 Oct-19 Nov 1977
[28pp, each 4x8.25; performance schedules, synopses, brief cast lists, production photographs, booking forms, credits etc.; fascinating!; minor marks, else VG] £5

LONDON (West End)

1977 (Aug): WILD OATS - John O'Keefe (Piccadilly Theatre)
Joe Melia, Norman Rodway (as Sir George Thunder), Patrick Godfrey, Lisa Harrow (as Lady Amaranth), Ian Barritt, Doyne Byrd, Jeremy Irons (as Harry Thunder), Lewis Fiander (as Jack Rover), Raymond Westwell, Joe Dunlop, Zoe Wanamaker (as Jane), John Bott, Nick Brimble, James Cormack, Brent Verdon, Raymond Marlowe, Roger Martin, Richard Simpson, Jo Anderson, Judith Hepburn, Eve Pearce, Lawrence Mullin; dir:Clifford Williams [36pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, 14 production photos, extensive notes, credits etc.; tiny edge tear, else VG] £3

1977 (Sep): WILD OATS - John O'Keefe (Piccadilly Theatre)
Joe Melia, Norman Rodway (as Sir George Thunder), Patrick Godfrey, Lisa Harrow (as Lady Amaranth), Ian Barritt, Doyne Byrd, Jeremy Irons (as Harry Thunder), Lewis Fiander (as Jack Rover), Raymond Westwell, Joe Dunlop, Zoe Wanamaker (as Jane), John Bott, Nick Brimble, James Cormack, Brent Verdon, Raymond Marlowe, Roger Martin, Richard Simpson, Jo Anderson, Judith Hepburn, Eve Pearce, Stephen Whittaker; dir:Clifford Williams [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, 14 production photos, extensive notes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1977: MAN AND SUPERMAN - George Bernard Shaw (Savoy)
James Cossins, Pamela Sholto, Nigel Havers, Richard Pasco (as John Tanner), Susan Hampshire, Renee Asherson, Janet Henfrey, Beth Morris, Nicky Henson, Mark Capri, Harry Towb; dir:Clifford Williams [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, production photographs, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1977 (Spring): RSC NEWSPAPER
Photos & articles including News, Plans for 1977, Awards, announcements, reviews and previews; Seasons at The Other Place, Newcastle, Aldwych etc.; Edgar's DESTINY, the musical COMEDY OF ERRORS, DREAM, WILD OATS, PRIVATES ON PARADE; the McKellen/Dench MACBETH; interview with Michael Williams etc. etc. [8pp, 10x15; original horizontal fold, else VG] £4

1977 (Summer): RSC NEWSPAPER
Casting for Stratford Henries (w.photos of Alan Howard, Alfred Lynch, Helen Mirren, James Laurenson, Graham Crowden and Charlotte Cornwell), Terry Hands on HENRY VI (w.photo), HENRY V Returns (w.photo of Alan Howard), Peter McEnery and Kate Nelligan (w.photos), QUEEN CHRISTINA, THE LORENZACCIO STORY and 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE at The Other Place (w.2 photos), Inga Stina-Ewbank on PILLARS OF THE COMMUNITY at The Aldwych, Shakespeare at The Aldwych (w.5 photos), Howard Davies on Howard Barker and C P Taylor (w.2 photos), Progress at The Barbican (w.3 photos), Diary etc. [8pp, 10x15; original horizontal fold, else VG] £4

1977 (Autumn): RSC NEWSPAPER
Busiest Year Ever for the RSC, Brief features on WILD OATS, MAN AND SUPERMAN and HENRY VI (w.photos of Lewis Fiander, Richard Pasco, Alan Howard and Emrys James), Repertoire at The Aldwych (w.7 photos), Martin Esslin on THE DAYS OF THE COMMUNE, C P Taylor on BANDITS (w.photo), Howard Barker on THAT GOOD BETWEEN US (w.photo), HENRY V, HENRY VI, CORIOLANUS and AS YOU LIKE IT at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre (w. photos of Jeffery Dench, Alan Howard, Julian Glover, Emrys James, Charles Dance, Charlotte Cornwell, John Rhys-Davies, Graham Crowden), THE LORENZACCIO STORY, 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE and THE SONS OF LIGHT at The Other Place (w.2 photos), Pam Gems on QUEEN CHRISTINA (w.photo) etc. [8pp, 10x15; original horizontal fold, else VG] £4

1977 (Winter): RSC NEWSPAPER
RSC's Re-growth and Innovation, PRIVATES ON PARADE for West End (w.photo of Denis Quilley), Return to Newcastle next year, West End successes (w.photo of Lewis Fiander and Sinead Cusack in WILD OATS), Aldwych Repertoire: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, THE DAYS OF THE COMMUNE, THE ALCHEMIST and THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (w.4 photos of Pippa Guard, Paul Whitworth, Marilyn Galsworthy, Peter Woodward, Mike Gwilym, Bob Peck, Nickolas Grace, Frances Viner, Greg Hicks, John Woodvine, Ian McKellen, Bobbie Brown, and Roger Rees), FACTORY BIRDS and MACBETH at The Warehouse (w.2 photos), Photos of AS YOU LIKE IT and CORIOLANUS, Book Reviews, THE SONS OF LIGHT and QUEEN CHRISTINA at The Other Place (w.2 photos) etc. [4pp, 10x15; original horizontal fold, else VG] £3

RSC 1978 directors: Trevor Nunn & Terry Hands

STRATFORD

1978: THE TEMPEST (RST) Souvenir Programme
Dennis Edwards, Donald Douglas, Michael Hordern (as Prospero), Paul Brooke, Alan Rickman (as Ferdinand), Raymond Westwell, James Griffin, Paul Webster, David Suchet (as Caliban), Richard Griffiths (as Trinculo), Paul Moriarty, Conrad Asquith, George Raistrick, Ian Charleson (as Ariel), Sheridan Fitzgerald (as Miranda), Catherine Riding, Carmen du Sautoy, Darlene Johnson, Alan Barker, Susanna Bishop, Bill Buffery, Avril Carson, Ian Reddington, Ruby Wax; dir:Clifford Williams [28pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1978: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (RST) Souvenir Programme
Paul Brooke, Paola Dionisotti (as Katharina), Jonathan Pryce (as Petruchio), David Suchet (as Grumio), Catherine Riding, James Griffin, Conrad Asquith, Zoe Wanamaker (as Bianca), Paul Webster, David Lyon, Anthony Higgins, Ian Charleson (as Tranio), Allan Hendrick, George Raistrick, Geoffrey Freshwater, Bill Buffery, Ian Reddington, Ruby Wax; dir:Michael Bogdanov [28pp; 8x12; cast list, rehearsal photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1978: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Michael Pennington (as The Duke), Jonathan Pryce (as Angelo), Raymond Westwell, Allan Hendrick, John Nettles (as Lucio), Alan Cody, Conrad Asquith, Donald Douglas, Dennis Clinton, Dennis Edwards, Geoffrey Freshwater, Richard Griffiths, Ian Reddington, Alan Barker, James Griffin, Simon Hopkins, Kevin Brannan, Paola Dionisotti (as Isabella), Marjorie Bland, Sheridan Fitzgerald, Diana Berriman, Darlene Johnson, Susanna Bishop, Juliet Stevenson, Ruby Wax; dir:Berry Kyle [20pp; 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1978: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (RST) Souvenir Programme
Richard Griffiths, Ian Charleson (as Longaville), Paul Whitworth, Michael Pennington (as Berowne), Michael Hordern (as Don Armado), Jo James, Carmen du Sautoy (as Princess of France), Alan Rickman (as Boyet), Sheridan Fitzgerald, Avril Carson, Jane Lapotaire (as Rosaline), Alan Cody, David Lyon, Allan Hendrick, Ruby Wax (as Jaquenetta), Denis Clinton, Paul Brooke (as Holofernes), David Suchet (as Sir Nathaniel); dir:John Barton [20pp, 8x12; cast list, photographs, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £7

1978: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alan Howard (as Mark Antony), Jonathan Pryce (as Octavius Caesar), Paul Brooke (as Lepidus), Marjorie Bland (as Octavia), David Lyon, John Bowe, Patrick Stewart (as Enobarbus), John Nettles (as Ventidius/Dolabella), Paul Whitworth, Hilton McRae, Dennis Clinton, Alan Cody, Paul Webster, Alan Rickman (as Thidias/Alexas), David Bradley, David Suchet (as Pompey), George Raistrick, Paul Moriarty, Glenda Jackson (as Cleopatra), Paola Dionisotti (as Charmian), Juliet Stevenson (as Iras), Philip McGough, Richard Griffiths (as Cleopatra's Messenger/A Clown), Raymond Westwell, Alan Barker; dir:Peter Brook [28pp, 7x11.75; w.cast list, articles, illustrations, photos etc.; uncommon programme; VG] £9

LONDON

1978: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Aldwych)
Brian Coburn, Griffith Jones, Roger Rees, Mike Gwilym, Michael Williams, Nickolas Grace, Judi Dench, Pippa Guard, Paul Brooke, Norman Tyrrell, Carmen du Sautoy, John Woodvine, Alan Cody, Marie Kean, Richard Griffiths, Jacob Witkin, Keith Taylor, Susan Dury, Meg Davies, Paul Whitworth, Kim Begley, Peter Woodward, Bobbie Brown, Avril Carson, Frances Viner; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 5.25x8.5; 7 production photos, biographies, articles; VG] £4

1978: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Aldwych)
Patrick Stewart (as Oberon), Marjorie Bland, Leonard Preston, Dexter Fletcher, James Coghill, Dan Bethell, Mark Luxford, Kim Begley, Avril Carson, Rod Culbertson, Carmen Du Sautoy, Kevin O'Shea, Paul Wagar, Christopher Whitehouse, Richard Durden, Griffith Jones, Paul Whitworth, Pippa Guard, Peter Woodward, Marilyn Galsworthy, Norman Tyrell, Richard Griffiths (as Bottom), Duncan Preston, Keith Taylor, Leon Tanner, David Lyon; dir:John Barton with Gillian Lynne [24pp, 5.25x8.5; production photos, biogs, articles; VG] £4

1978: COUSIN VLADIMIR - David Mercer (Aldwych)
Walter Brown, Mark Dignam, Susan Engel, George Baker, Geoffrey Chater, Gaye Brown, Julian Glover, Sheila Reid, Glen Walford, Michael Bertenshaw, Edward Jewesbury; dir:Jane Howell [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, 5 production photos, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1978: THE WAY OF THE WORLD - William Congreve (Aldwych)
John Woodvine, Michael Pennington (as Mirabell), Nickolas Grace, Roger Rees (as Petulant), Bob Peck, David Lyon, Kim Begley, Kevin O'Shea, Christopher Whitehouse, Beryl Reid (as Lady Wishfort), Judi Dench (as Mrs.Millamant), Marjorie Bland, Carmen Du Sautoy, Eliza Ward, Avril Carson, Bobbie Brown, Ruby Wax; dir:John Barton [24pp; 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1978: HENRY V (Aldwych)
Alan Howard, Alfred Lynch, Barrie Rutter, Charles Dance, Arthur Whybrow, Jeffery Dench, Richard Derrington, Matthew Guinness, Geoffrey Hutchings, David Shaw-Parker, Roy Purcell, Stephen Jenn, Barbara Kellermann, Oliver Ford-Davies, Yvonne Coulette; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 5.25x8.5; 7 production photos, biogs, articles; VG] £4

1978: HENRY VI Part One, Part Two and Part Three (Aldwych)
Alan Howard (as Henry VI), Graham Crowden (as Duke of Gloucester), Jeffery Dench, Edwin Richfield, John Rhys-Davies, Oliver Ford-Davies, David Hobbs, Emrys James (as Duke of York), Stephen Jenn, Morris Perry, Julian Glover (as Warwick), Peter McEnery, David Swift, Barrie Rutter, Iain Mitchell, Michael Bertenshaw, Bille Brown, Dan Meaden, Arthur Whybrow, Ian McNeice, David Shaw-Parker, James Laurenson (as Charles the Dauphin, Jack Cade), John Burgess, Philip Dunbar, Jack Klaff, Desmond Stokes, Richard Derrington, Pat Connell, Anton Lesser (as Richard of Gloucester), Charlotte Cornwell (as Joan la Pucelle), Helen Mirren (as Queen Margaret), Yvonne Coulette, Charles Dance (as Buckingham), Anthony Naylor, Alfred Lynch, Roberta Taylor, Myrtle Moss, Ron Cook, Geoffrey Hutchings, Nigel Terry, Bernard Brown, Adam Rhodes, Matthew Guinness, Roy Purcell, Anne Raitt, Fleur Chandler; dir:Terry Hands [40pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, lots of photos, biographies, illustrated articles - a packed programme; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1978: THE DANCE OF DEATH - August Strindberg, translated by Michael Meyer (Aldwych)
Emrys James, Sheila Allen, Deirdra Morris, Myrtle Moss, Alan David, Lynsey Baxter, Richard Derrington, Michael Bertenshaw; dir:John Caird [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1978: THE ALCHEMIST - Ben Jonson (Aldwych)
John Woodvine (as Subtle), Ian McKellen (as Face), Susan Dury (as Doll Common), Alan Cody, Nickolas Grace, Paul Brooke (as Sir Epicure Mammon), Richard Durden, Jacob Witkin, Roger Rees (as Ananias), Hilton McRae, Bobbie Brown, Ivan Beavis, Leon Tanner, Denyse Alexander, Kim Begley, Ruby Head, Ruby Wax, Paul Wagar; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, photographs, glossary, illustrated articles etc.; VG] £4

1978: CORIOLANUS (Aldwych)
Jeffery Dench, Bernard Brown, Graham Crowden (as Menenius), Paul Imbusch, John Biggerstaff, John Burgess, Oliver Ford-Davies, Pat Connell, Barrie Rutter, Philip Dunbar, Arthur Whybrow, Richard Derrington, David Shaw-Parker, Matthew Guinness, Iain Mitchell, Alan Howard (as Coriolanus), Maxine Audley (as Volumnia), Jill Baker, Yvonne Coulette, Deirdra Morris, Jamie Glover, Adam Rhodes, Julian Glover (as Aufidius), Desmond Stokes, Stephen Jenn, Charles Dance, David Hobbs, Bille Brown, Michael Bertenshaw; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, 14 production photos, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1978: CORIOLANUS (Aldwych)
Jeffery Dench, Bernard Brown, Graham Crowden (as Menenius), Paul Imbusch, Mike Hall, John Burgess, Oliver Ford-Davies, Ian McNeice, Barrie Rutter, Philip Dunbar, Arthur Whybrow, Richard Derrington, David Shaw-Parker, Ron Cook, Iain Mitchell, Alan Howard (as Coriolanus), Maxine Audley (as Volumnia), Jill Baker, Yvonne Coulette, Deirdra Morris, Adam Rhodes, Julian Glover (as Aufidius), Edward Jewesbury, Stephen Jenn, Charles Dance, David Hobbs, Bille Brown, Michael Bertenshaw; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, 14 production photos, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1978: THE CHANGELING - Thomas Middleton and William Rowley (Aldwych)
James Laurenson, Philip Dunbar, Roger Martin, David Shaw-Parker, Diana Quick (as Beatrice-Joanna), Jill Baker, Emrys James (as de Flores), Bernard Brown, Arthur Whybrow, Barrie Rutter, David Hobbs, John McEnery, Julian Glover, Charles Dance, Charlotte Cornwell, Stephen Jenn, Michele Copsey, Rory Edwards, Kenneth McClellan, Peter Tullo; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1978: AS YOU LIKE IT (Aldwych)
Charles Dance, James Laurenson (as Orlando), Jeffery Dench, Roger Martin, John Burgess, Cherie Lunghi (as Celia), Charlotte Cornwell (as Rosalind), Paul Imbusch, Alan David, Jeffery Kissoon, Ian McNeice, Peter Tullo, Omar Ebrahim, Rory Edwards, Mike Hall, Oliver Ford-Davies, Emrys James (as Jacques), Michael Bulman, Edwin Richfield, Peter Clough, Jane Carr, Ann Holloway, Christopher Fitz-Gibbon, Simon Henderson, William Smoker, Deirdra Morris, Iain Mitchell; dir:Trevor Nunn with John Caird [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1978: THE WOMEN-PIRATES ANN BONNEY & MARY READ - Steve Gooch (Aldwych)
John Burgess, Jeffery Kissoon, Yvonne Coulette, Jill Baker, Charlotte Cornwell (as Polly / Mary Read), Perry Green, Abigail Knight, Denyse Alexander, Edwin Richfield, Diana Quick (as Peg / Ann Bonney), Geoffrey Hutchings, Ron Cook, Charles Dance (as Vosquin / Blackie), Alan David, David Hobbs, Deirdra Morris, Philip Dunbar, Jeffery Dench, Ian McNeice, Stephen Jenn, Nigel Terry (as Rackham), Peter Clough, Mike Hall, Bille Brown; dir:Ron Daniels [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, credits; VG] £4

1978: FOUR RSC REPERTOIRE LEAFLETS
Royal Shakespeare Theatre and The Other Place, 2 Oct 1978-27 Jan 1979
Aldwych Theatre, 4 Apr-27 May, 31 May-22 Jul, 30 Oct-30 Dec 1978
[36pp, each 4x8.25; performance schedules, synopses, brief cast lists, production photographs, booking forms, credits etc.; fascinating!; minor marks, else VG] £4

LONDON (Warehouse)

1978: SAVAGE AMUSEMENT - Peter Flannery (RSC Warehouse)
Iain Mitchell, David Threlfall, Charles Wegner, Jill Baker, Lesley Manville, Denyse Alexander, Mike Hall, Deirdra Morris, David Shaw-Parker; dir:John Caird [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); newsclipping review attached; folded & knocked, else VG] £1

1978: FROZEN ASSETS - Barrie Keeffe (RSC Warehouse)
Allan Hendrick, David Waller, Ruby Head, Marjorie Bland, David Howey, Martin Read, Marilyn Galsworthy, Alfred Molina, John Nettles, Kevin O'Shea, Clyde Pollitt, Denyse Alexander; dir:Barry Kyle [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); 2 newsclipping reviews attached; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1978: 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE - John Ford (RSC Warehouse)
Matthew Guinness, Simon Rouse (as Giovanni), Geoffrey Hutchings (as Vasques), Dominic Jephcott, Bernard Brown, Paul Imbusch, Nigel Terry, Valerie Lush, Barbara Kellermann (as Annabella), Peter Clough, Ron Cook, Alan David, Fleur Chandler, Anne Raitt, Roy Purcell, Gordon Kember; dir:Ron Daniels [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); newsclipping review attached; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1978: THE JAIL DIARY OF ALBIE SACHS - adapted by David Edgar (RSC Warehouse)
Peter McEnery (as Albie Sachs), Peter Clough, John Burgess, Philip Dunbar, Charles Dance, Jeffery Kissoon, Ian McNeice, Edwin Richfield, John Burgess; dir:Howard Davies [two 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheets (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1978: DINGO - Charles Wood (RSC Warehouse)
Paul Shelley, Paul Moriarty, Richard Griffiths, John Bown, Ian McDiarmid, Keith Taylor, Paul Whitworth, Greg Hicks, Alfred Molina, Allan Hendrick, Martin Read; dir:Barry Kyle [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1978: THE DANCE OF DEATH - August Strindberg, translated by Michael Meyer (RSC Warehouse)
Sheila Allen (as Alice), Anton Lesser (as Allan), Myrtle Moss, Emrys James (as Edgar), Fleur Chandler, Lynsey Baxter, Alan David, Michael Bertenshaw, Myrtle Moss; dir:John Caird [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1978: A & R - Pete Atkin (RSC Warehouse)
Barrie Rutter, David Shaw-Parker, Pete Atkin, Charles Wegner, Nigel Garvey, Anne Raitt, Michael Bertenshaw, David Threlfall, Nicholas Le Prevost (as Nick Le Prevost); dir:Walter Donohue [two 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheets (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1978: SEVEN RSC WAREHOUSE REPERTOIRE LEAFLETS
RSC Warehouse (Donmar Theatre), 16 Jan-11 Mch, 10 Apr-27 May, 30 May-22 Jul, 24 Jul-7 Oct, 24 Jul-7 Oct (v.2), 9 Oct-9 Dec, and 11 Dec-10 Mch 1979
[46pp, each 4x8.25; performance schedules, synopses, brief cast lists, production photographs, booking forms, credits etc.; fascinating!; minor marks, else VG] £7

LONDON (West End)

1978: PRIVATES ON PARADE - Peter Nichols (Piccadilly)
Nigel Hawthorne, Denis Quilley, Shaun Curry, Emma Williams, Neil McCaul, Joe Melia, Tim Wylton, Simon Jones, Ian Gelder, Cecil Cheng, Eiji Kusuhara; dir:Michael Blakemore [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, photos, biographies, illustrated articles, 12+ production photographs, sheet music for theme song etc.; VG] £4

ON TOUR

1978: TWELFTH NIGHT and THREE SISTERS (Small Scale Tour) Souvenir Programme
Edward Petherbridge (as Orsino; Vershinin), Alec Wallis, Clyde Pollitt, Emily Richard (as Viola; Irina), Griffith Jones, Ian McKellen (as Sir Toby Belch; Andrei), Bridget Turner, Roger Rees (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek; Tusenbach), Christopher Hancock, Suzanne Bertish (as Olivia; Masha), Bob Peck (as Malvolio; Soliony), Patrick Godfrey, Jeremy Blake, Susan Tracy (as Natalya), Rose Hill; dir:John Amiel (12th Night), Trevor Nunn (3 Sisters) [20pp, 7x11.75; introduction by Ian McKellen; cast lists, 20+ production photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc. - a packed programme; VG] £5

1978 (Spring): THE RSC NEWSPAPER (Stratford/London)
Large-size publication, containing a Summary of 1978 Plans (with small photos of Stacy Keach, Glenda Jackson, Ian Richardson, Patrick Stewart, Jane Lapotaire, and Michael Pennington), a full-page collage of Scenes from HENRY V and HENRY VI Parts One, Two and Three at the Aldwych (April/May), feature on the New Season at the Warehouse (THE LORENZACCIO STORY, 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE and THE DANCE OF DEATH - 9 production photos), Barry Kyle interviewed by Tony Coult, Feature on Michael Bogdanov (w.2 production photos of THE TAMING OF THE SHREW), New members of the Stratford company: Michael Hordern, Paola Dionisotti, Jonathan Pryce (w.6 photos), feature on The Other Place, Book reviews, Progress report on the Barbican Theatre, RSC Awards etc. [8pp, 9.8x14.8; uncommon; original horizontal fold, else excellent condition] £4

1978 (Summer): RSC NEWSPAPER
Photos and articles, including Barbican Appeal (w.photo), News in Brief, Alan Howard is Antony (w.photo), Newcastle 1978, PRIVATES ON PARADE (w.photo), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS on TV (w.photo), Small Tour, Focus on Emrys James (w.5 photos), COUSIN VLADIMIR by David Mercer (w.photo), Steve Gooch on THE WOMEN-PIRATES ANN BONNEY & MARY READ (w.photo), David Edgar on THE JAIL DIARY OF ALBIE SACHS (w.photo), SAVAGE AMUSEMENTS at The Warehouse (w.photo), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW and THE TEMPEST at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre (w.4 photos), Focus on Designers (w.photos of Chris Dyer, Ralph Koltai, Kit Surrey, Sally Jacobs and Christopher Morley), Focus on Jane Lapotaire, Plays at The Other Place w.photo of Patrick Stewart and Avril Carson in THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, Saturday Sessions, Howard Brenton on THE CHURCHILL PLAY, and Pam Gems on PIAF at The Other Place, RSC Diary etc. [8pp, 9.75x14.75; VG condition] £4

1978 (Autumn): RSC NEWSPAPER
Photos and articles, including News in Brief, Terry Hands and Trevor Nunn Joint Artistic Directors (w.2 photos), Winter Visitors, Aldwych/Warehouse Repertoire Changes (w.photos), MEASURE FOR MEASURE and LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre (w.4 photos), Focus on Glenda Jackson (w.photo), David Rudkin on THE JUDGEMENT OF HIPPOLYTUS, Tony Church on THE SECOND SHEPHERDS' PLAY, Feature on Charlotte Cornwell (w.4 photos), SARATOGA, THE CHANGELING, COUSIN VLADIMIR (w.photos of Gaye Brown, George Baker, Susan Engel, Sheila Reid, Walter Brown and Jane Howell), Photos of CAPTAIN SWING, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, THE CHURCHILL PLAY, SAVAGE AMUSEMENTS and A & R, Book Review etc. [8pp, 9.75x14.75; VG condition] £4

1978 (Winter): RSC NEWSPAPER
Photos and articles, including Danny La Rue in Concert (w.photo), Stratford Winter Visitors (w.4 photos), Television Workshops at The Warehouse, RSC Barbican Appeal, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA w.Glenda Jackson, Alan Howard, Paola Dionisotti and Juliet Stevenson (2 photos), and PIAF w.Jane Lapotaire and Zoe Wanamaker (2 photos), Dennis Waterman on SARATOGA (w.photo), The Mike Leigh Play, The Aldwych Repertoire: CORIOLANUS, THE CHANGELING, COUSIN VLADIMIR and AS YOU LIKE IT (w.4 photos), Christmas at The Warehouse etc. [4pp, 9.75x14.75; VG condition] £3

RSC 1979 directors: Trevor Nunn & Terry Hands

STRATFORD

1979: JULIUS CAESAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
John Woodvine (as Julius Caesar), Ben Kingsley (as Brutus), James Laurenson (as Cassius), Nigel Terry, Jeffery Dench, Tim Brierley, Nick Ellsworth, Mark Tandy, Nicholas Gecks, Timothy Kightley, John Matshikiza, David Threlfall (as Mark Antony), Peter Clough, Christopher Ravenscroft, Terence Harvey, Stephen Rashbrook, David Creedon, Neil Phillips, William Maxwell, Norman Tyrrell, Emma Williams (as Portia), Jane Downs (as Calphurnia), Shirley King; dir:Barry Kyle [32pp; 8x12; cast list, photos, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1979: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Gareth Thomas, John Matshikiza, Terence Harvey, Cherie Lunghi (as Viola), Alan Gill, Willoughby Goddard, Jane Downs, John McEnery, Geoffrey Hutchings, Kate Nicholls (as Olivia), John Woodvine (as Malvolio), Christopher Ravenscroft, Stephen Rashbrook, Norman Tyrrell, William Maxwell; dir:Terry Hands [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1979: OTHELLO (RST) Souvenir Programme
Donald Sinden (as Othello), James Laurenson, Bob Peck (as Iago), Suzanne Bertish (as Desdemona), Susan Tracy, John McEnery, Willoughby Goddard, Jeffery Dench, Norman Tyrrell, Roderick Horn, David Creedon, Alan Gill, Stephen Rashbrook, Mark Tandy, Gareth Thomas, Terence Harvey, Neil Phillips, John Matshikiza, Teddy Kempner, Cathryn Harrison, Shirley King; dir:Ronald Eyre [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, c15 rehearsal photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

OTHELLO Postcard
Donald Sinden as Othello
Postcard Series 4 No.151 [5"x6.75"; VG] 50p

1979: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Bob Peck (as George Page), Jane Downs, Kate Nicholls, Aaron Reece / Jonathan Kirkbride, Ben Kingsley (as Frank Ford), Susan Tracy (as Alice Ford), Nicholas Gecks, Terence Harvey, David Lloyd Meredith, Geoffrey Hutchings, Lila Kaye (as Mistress Quickly), Teddy Kempner, Timothy Kightley, David Creedon, Alan Gill, Cathryn Harrison, Shirley King, Richard Barlow, Matthew Beacham, Fraser Garrity, Timothy Gearey, Simon Johnson, David Laurens, Stuart Lyall, Mark Randerson, Nicholas Storr, Mark Trevor, Simon Twigger, Dorian Wathern, Martin Weatherhead, Martyn West, John Woodvine (as Falstaff), John McEnery (as Pistol), Ian McNeice, Norman Tyrrell, Matthew Brace / Gordon Garrity, Tim Brierley, Patrick Godfrey (as Shallow), David Threlfall (as Slender), Timothy Spall (as Peter Simple); dir:Trevor Nunn and John Caird [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1979: CYMBELINE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Ben Kingsley (as Iachimo), Hubert Rees, Terence Harvey, Timothy Kightley, Clyde Pollitt, Nicholas Gecks, Griffith Jones, David Creedon, Alan Gill, Teddy Kempner, Timothy Spall, David Threlfall, Jeffery Dench (as Cymbeline), Heather Canning, Judi Dench (as Imogen), Roger Rees (as Posthumus Leonatus), Geoffrey Hutchings, Bob Peck, Cathryn Harrison, Roderick Horn, Donna Champion, Shirley King, Patrick Godfrey (as Belarius), Tim Brierley, Robert Gwilym; dir:David Jones [32pp, 8x12; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, 10 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £6

1979: THREE SISTERS - Chekhov (The Other Place/3 Oct)
Timothy Spall (as Andrei), Susan Tracy, Janet Dale, Suzanne Bertish (as Masha), Emily Richard, Patrick Godfrey, Edward Petherbridge (as Vershinin), Roger Rees (as Tusenbach), Bob Peck (as Soliony), Griffith Jones, Teddy Kempner, Roderick Horn, Clyde Pollitt, Rose Hill, Cathryn Harrison, Richard Springate; dir:Trevor Nunn [duplicated sheet 8x12.75 (only programme issued); cast list, credits, programme note (quote from Prologue to Russlan and Lyudmila), etc.; VG] £2

LONDON

1979: AS YOU LIKE IT (Aldwych)
Charles Dance (as Oliver), James Laurenson (as Orlando), Jeffery Dench, Roger Martin, John Burgess, Cherie Lunghi (as Celia), Charlotte Cornwell (as Rosalind), Paul Imbusch, Alan David, Jeffery Kissoon, Ian McNeice, Peter Tullo, Omar Ebrahim, Rory Edwards, Mike Hall, Oliver Ford-Davies, Emrys James (as Jacques), Michael Bulman, Edwin Richfield, Peter Clough, Janine Duvitski, Ann Holloway, Giles Ashton, Paul Ellison, Christopher Fitz-Gibbon, Deirdra Morris, Iain Mitchell; dir:Trevor Nunn with John Caird [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1979: ONCE IN A LIFETIME - Moss Hart and George S Kaufman (Aldwych)
Richard Griffiths, Zoe Wanamaker, Peter McEnery, Keith Hodiak, Gaye Brown, Toria Fuller, Susannah Fellows, Helen Brammer, Allan Hendrick, Michael Bertenshaw, Kate Fitzgerald, George Raistrick, Darlene Johnson, Cheryl Hall, Diana Van Fossen, Ian Reddington, Brian Abbott, Susan Dury, Jocelyn Cunningham, Philip McGough, Valerie Lush, John Nettles, Arthur White, Geoffrey Freshwater, Juliet Stevenson, David Suchet, David Bradley, Carmen Du Sautoy, Bill Buffery, Alan Barker, Ian Charleson, Paul Brooke, Stuart Organ, Michael Siberry; dir:Trevor Nunn [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1979: THE WHITE GUARD - Mikhail Bulgakov, translated by Michael Glenny (Aldwych)
John Nettles (as Alexei), Allan Hendrick, Juliet Stevenson (as Yeliena), Richard Griffiths, Patrick Stewart, Geoffrey Freshwater, Michael Pennington, John Bowe, Bill Dean, George Raistrick, Donald Douglas, Dennis Edwards, Dennis Clinton, Philip McGough, Malcolm Storry, Alan Barker, James Griffin, Bill Buffery, Conrad Asquith, Michael Bertenshaw, Brian Abbott, Ian Reddington, James Adams, Sebastian Allen, Danny Brooks, Eric Carlson, John Fortnum, Simon Grigsby, Philip Inman, Adam Shaw, Nicholas Turner, James Wolfe; dir:Barry Kyle [24p, 5.25x8.5; cast list, photos, biogs, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1979: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Aldwych)
Alan Howard (as Mark Antony), Jonathan Pryce (as Octavius Caesar), Paul Brooke, Juliet Stevenson, Patrick Stewart (as Enobarbus), John Bowe, Alan Barker, Hilton McRae, Dennis Clinton, Alan Cody, Philip McGough, Paul Webster, Paul Whitworth, David Bradley, David Suchet, Paul Moriarty, Brian Abbott, Glenda Jackson (as Cleopatra), Paola Dionisotti, George Raistrick, Richard Griffiths; dir:Peter Brook [32pp, 5.25x8.5; production photos, biographies, articles etc.; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1979: CORIOLANUS (Aldwych)
Bernard Brown, Roy Purcell, Graham Crowden (as Menenius), Paul Imbusch, Mike Hall, John Burgess, Oliver Ford-Davies, Pat Connell, Barrie Rutter, Philip Dunbar, Arthur Whybrow, Richard Derrington, David Shaw-Parker, Ron Cook, Iain Mitchell, Alan Howard (as Coriolanus), Maxine Audley (as Volumnia), Jill Baker, Ruth Rosen, Deirdra Morris, Jamie Glover, Adam Rhodes, Charles Dance (as Aufidius), Desmond Stokes, Stephen Jenn, Peter Tullo, David Hobbs, Bille Brown; dir:Terry Hands [24pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, c10 production photos, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1979: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Aldwych)
Richard Griffiths, Ian Charleson, Paul Whitworth, Michael Pennington, Tony Church, Carmen Du Sautoy, Alan Rickman (as Boyet), Oliver Ford-Davies, Jane Lapotaire, David Lyon, Ruby Wax, Michael Bertenshaw, David Suchet; dir:John Barton [24pp, 5.25x8.5; production photos, biographies, articles etc.; slightly rumpled, minor marks, else VG] £4

1979 (Sep): LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Aldwych)
Richard Griffiths, Ian Charleson, Paul Whitworth, Michael Pennington, Tony Church, Anthony Robb / Sam Monck, Carmen Du Sautoy, Oliver Ford Davies (as Boyet), Sheridan Fitzgerald, Avril Carson, Jane Lapotaire, Dennis Edwards, David Lyon, Allan Hendrick, Ruby Wax, Michael Bertenshaw, Paul Brooke, David Suchet; dir:John Barton [32pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, 6 production photos, biographies, articles etc.; VG] £4

1979: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Aldwych)
Michael Pennington (as The Duke), David Suchet (as Angelo), Raymond Westwell, Allan Hendrick, John Nettles (as Lucio), Alan Cody, Conrad Asquith, Donald Douglas, Dennis Clinton, Dennis Edwards, Geoffrey Freshwater, Richard Griffiths, Ian Reddington, Alan Barker, Michael Siberry, Paul Lyons, Brian Milligan, Sinead Cusack (as Isabella), Natasha Parry, Sheridan Fitzgerald, Diana Berriman, Darlene Johnson, Juliet Stevenson, Valerie Testa, Ruby Wax; dir:Barry Kyle [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, production photos, biogs, articles etc.; VG] £4

1979: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Aldwych)
Paul Brooke, Paola Dionisotti (as Katharina), Jonathan Pryce (as Petruchio), David Suchet (as Grumio), Juliet Stevenson, James Griffin, Conrad Asquith, Zoe Wanamaker (as Bianca), Paul Webster, David Lyon, Anthony Higgins, Ian Charleson (as Tranio), Allan Hendrick, George Raistrick, Geoffrey Freshwater, Alan Barker, Bill Buffery, Ian Reddington, Ruby Wax; dir:Michael Bogdanov [24pp, 5.25x8.5; photos, biographies, articles etc.; VG] £4

1979: WILD OATS (Aldwych)
Malcolm Storry, Norman Rodway (as Sir George Thunder), Paul Webster, Sinead Cusack (as Lady Amaranth), Brian Abbott, Philip McGough, John Nettles (as Harry Thunder), Alan Howard (as Jack Rover), Raymond Westwell, Allan Hendrick, Zoe Wanamaker or Ruby Wax (as Jane), Donald Douglas, Conrad Asquith, Bill Buffery, Ian Reddington, Arthur White, George Raistrick, Alan Barker, Jocelyn Cunningham, Kate Fitzgerald, Eve Pearce; dir:Clifford Williams [6pp (adverts removed), 5.25x8.5; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £2

1979: CHILDREN OF THE SUN - Maxim Gorky, translated by Jeremy Brooks and Kitty Hunter Blair (Aldwych)
John Burgess, Norman Rodway, Sinead Cusack, Valerie Lush, Malcolm Storry, Edward Peel, Alan Howard, Natasha Parry, Susan Dury, Arthur White, Brian Abbott, Carmen Du Sautoy, John Shrapnel, Paul Webster, Jenny Lipman, Kate Fitzgerald, Dennis Edwards, Eileen Carrdus, Philip Fox, Jimmy Gardner, Joseph Greig, Peter Holmes, Arthur Kohn, Valerie Testa, Stuart Organ, Diana Van Fossen; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 5.25x8.5; cast list, production photo, biographies, articles etc.; VG] £4

1979: THREE RSC REPERTOIRE LEAFLETS
Aldwych Theatre, 1 Jan-24 Mch 1979
Aldwych Theatre, 11 Jun-8 Sep 1979
Newcastle Theatre Royal and Gulbenkian Studio, 20 Feb-7 Apr 1979
[24pp, each 4x8.25; performance schedules, synopses, brief cast lists, production photographs, booking forms, credits etc.; fascinating!; minor marks, else VG] £3

LONDON (Warehouse)

1979: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RSC Warehouse)
David Bradley, Michael Bertenshaw, Alan Cody, John Nettles, Paul Whitworth, John Bowe, Lisa Harrow (as Portia), Diana Berriman, Dennis Clinton, Patrick Stewart (as Shylock), Donald Douglas, Hilton McRae, Tony Church, Avril Carson, Dennis Edwards; dir:John Barton [double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); folded, else VG] £4

1979: MEN'S BEANO - Nigel Baldwin (RSC Warehouse)
Paul Moriarty, Anthony Higgins, James Griffin, Bill Buffery, Philip McGough, George Raistrick, Jimmy Gardner, Joseph Greig, Cheryl Hall, Susannah Fellows, Kate Fitzgerald; dir:Bill Alexander [double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); folded, else VG] £2

1979: THE HANG OF THE GAOL - Howard Barker (RSC Warehouse)
Edward Jewesbury, Lynn Farleigh, Colin McCormack, Charles Wegner, Iain Mitchell, Jeffery Kissoon, Christopher Benjamin, Nigel Terry, Fulton Mackay, Gaye Brown, Nicholas Le Prevost, Michele Copsey; dir:Bill Alexander [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1979: LOOK OUT .... HERE COMES TROUBLE! - Mary O'Malley (RSC Warehouse)
Edwin Richfield, Brian Hayes, Deirdra Morris, Charles Wegner, Jane Carr, Nicholas Le Prevost, Gaye Brown, Maxine Audley, Peter Clough, John Rogan, Doreen Keogh, Jeffery Kissoon, Denyse Alexander, Nigel Terry; dir:John Caird [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1979: SORE THROATS - Howard Brenton (RSC Warehouse)
Paola Dionisotti, Malcolm Storry, Ruby Wax; dir:Barry Kyle [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1979: THE INNOCENT - Tom McGrath (RSC Warehouse)
Paul Moriarty, David Lyon, Sheridan Fitzgerald, Anthony Higgins, David Bradley, Ian Charleson, Avril Carson, Mark Windsor, Hilton McRae, Alan Cody, Ruby Wax, Darlene Johnson, Eve Pearce; dir:Howard Davies [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); newsclipping review attached; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1979: THE CHURCHILL PLAY - Howard Brenton (RSC Warehouse)
Geoffrey Freshwater, Bill Dean, Bill Buffery, Hilton McRae, Raymond Westwell, David Bradley, Malcolm Storry, Philip McGough, Paul Webster, Valerie Lush, Paul Moriarty, John Bowe, John Nettles, Juliet Stevenson, James Griffin, Ian Reddington, Skippy, George Raistrick, Darlene Johnson, Donald Douglas; dir:Barry Kyle [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); newsclipping review attached; slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1979: CAPTAIN SWING - Peter Whelan (RSC Warehouse)
John Bowe, David Bradley, Zoe Wanamaker, Malcolm Storry, Kate Fitzgerald, Paul Webster, Michael Bertenshaw, Helen Brammer, Hilton McRae, Paul Moriarty, Philip McGough, George Raistrick, Paul Whitworth, Valerie Lush, David Lyon, Anthony Higgins, Bill Buffery; dir:Bill Alexander [single 8x13 double-sided duplicated sheet (only programme issued); slightly rumpled, else VG] £1

1979: THREE RSC WAREHOUSE REPERTOIRE LEAFLETS
RSC Warehouse (Donmar Theatre), 9 Apr-9 Jun, 11 Jun-8 Sep, 10 Dec 1979-29 Mch 1980
[22pp, each 4x8.25; performance schedules, synopses, brief cast lists, production photographs, booking forms, credits etc.; fascinating!; minor marks, else VG] £3
1979 (Spring) RSC Newspaper
1979 (Spring): RSC NEWSPAPER
Large-size publication, containing a Summary of 1979 Plans (with small photos of Peggy Ashcroft, Donald Sinden and Judi Dench), Focus on Ben Kingsley (w.3 photos), and Features on CYMBELINE and TWELFTH NIGHT in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre (w.7 photos), THE SUICIDE and other activities at The Other Place (w.photo), Features on the Stratford Centenary (w.photo), Plans for the Stratford's Third Theatre [The Swan] (w.2 photos), London Season at the Aldwych (w.2 photos), THE WHITE GUARD (w.photo), Barbican Progress (w.photo), Tom McGrath (w.photo), Newcastle Entertains etc. etc. [8pp, 9.75x14.75; original horizontal fold, else VG condition] £3

1979 (Summer): RSC NEWSPAPER
Large-size publication containing photos and articles, including News in Brief, CORIOLANUS w.Ian McKellen in Paris, RST and The Other Place Repertoire (w.photos of MERRY WIVES, CYMBELINE, JAIL DIARY OF ALBIE SACHS, PERICLES), Focus on Ronald Eyre (w.photo), Focus on David Threlfall (w.photo), Peter Tegel on BAAL, Aldwych and Warehouse Repertoire (w.photos of THREE SISTERS, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, WILD OATS, LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE w.Patrick Stewart and HIPPOLYTUS), Forthcoming production of ONCE IN A LIFETIME, Howard Brenton's SORE THROATS, Book Reviews etc. - c20 photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.75; VG condition] £3

1979 (Autumn): RSC NEWSPAPER
Large-size publication containing photos and articles, including News in Brief, Small Scale National Tour, Aldwych and Warehouse Repertoire w.photos of LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST and THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, Douglas Fairbanks Jnr. on Hollywood in the 1930s, Jeremy Brooks on CHILDREN OF THE SUN, Nigel Baldwin on his play MEN'S BEANO, Peter Whelan on his play CAPTAIN SWING, TWELFTH NIGHT at Stratford (w.3 photos), Focus on Judi Dench (w.photo), Focus on Susan Tracy (w.photo), Focus on Peter McEnery (w.photo), Behind The Scenes I - Wigs and Make-Up, Book Review etc. - c20 photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.75; VG condition] £3

1979-80 (Winter): RSC NEWSPAPER
Large-size publication containing photos and articles, including News in Brief, Stratford Repertoire (w.photos of JULIUS CAESAR w.John Woodvine, OTHELLO w.Donald Sinden, THREE SISTERS, ANNA CHRISTIE and BAAL), Focus on Barry Kyle (w.photo), Behind The Scenes II - Props, Winter Visitors, Double-page spread on THE GREEKS, including interviews with John Barton, Tony Church, Kenneth Cavander, Janet Suzman, and John Napier (w.photos), London Repertoire (w.photos of ONCE IN A LIFETIME, CHILDREN OF THE SUN, PIAF, SORE THROATS, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, and THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE) etc. - 25+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.75; VG] £3

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