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1985-1989

RSC 1985 directors: Trevor Nunn & Terry Hands

STRATFORD

1985: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Hugh Simon, Janet Dale, Timothy Sullivan, Michael Sandford, Mike Murray, Roger Hyams, Richard Conway, Paul Spence, Nicky Henson (as Frank Ford), Lindsay Duncan (as Alice Ford), Francine Morgan, Russell Boulter, Penelope Freeman, Penny Ryder, Arnold Yarrow, Bruce Alexander, Ian Talbot, Graham Turner, Paul Webster, Peter Jeffrey (as Sir John Falstaff), Campbell Morrison, Brian Horstead, Sheila Steafel (as Mistress Quickly), Alexander Wilson, David Bradley, Trevor Martin, Tony Higgins, Justin Meads, Peter Barrett, Donna Basson, Silas Gregory, Rachel Humphries, Paul McGreevey, Rachel McLauchlin, Amelia Newey, Craig Priestley, Lynn Randerson, Mark Randerson, Nicholas Storr, Nicola Swash, Sarah Turner, David Wadham, Louise Wallington, Liane Webb, Daniel Wilson; dir:Bill Alexander [28pp, 8x12; clever "Oct 1959" style programme; cast list, articles, illustrations, photos etc.; VG] £5

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR Postcard
Peter Jeffrey as Sir John Falstaff
Postcard Series 7 No.199 [5"x6.75"; VG] 50p

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR Postcard
Sheila Steafel as Mistress Quickly
Postcard Series 7 No.200 [5"x6.75"; VG] 50p

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR Postcard
Janet Dale as Meg Page, Lindsay Duncan as Alice Ford
Postcard Series 7 No.202 [5"x6.75"; VG] 50p

1985: OTHELLO (RST) dir:Terry Hands

OTHELLO Postcard
Ben Kingsley as Othello, David Suchet as Iago
Postcard Series 6 No.210 [5"x6.75"; VG] 50p

1985: THE DILLEN - Angela Hewins, adapted by Ron Hutchinson (The Other Place)
Dickie Arnold, David Bradley, Susan Colverd, Ron Cook, Max Gold, William Haden, Matthew Hill, Jane Horrocks, Jenifer Landor, Trevor Martin, Margery Mason, Francine Morgan, Peggy Mount, Keith Osborn, Clive Russell, Penny Ryder, Ian Talbot, Graham Turner, Paul Webster and many others; dir:Barry Kyle [12pp, 4x8.25; full cast list, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £2

LONDON

1985: RICHARD III (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Antony Sher (as Richard III), Roger Allam (as Clarence), Paul Gregory, Pete Postlethwaite, Penny Downie (as Lady Anne), Liz Moscrop, Alison Rose, Sarah Woodward, Andrew Jarvis, Charles Millham, Penelope Beaumont, Stephen Simms, Andrew Hall, Nicholas Bell, Malcolm Storry, Martin Milman, Patricia Routledge (as Queen Margaret), Simon Templeman, Brian Parr, Sion Probert, Guy Fithen, John Carlisle (as Edward IV), Ian Mackenzie, Yvonne Coulette, Rupert Baderman, James Holland, Debbie Chasen, Mia Fothergill, Ashley Clark, Adam Nichols, Donald McKillop, Graham McGrath, Jeremy Dimmick, Norman Henry, James Newall, Steve Swinscoe, Jim Hooper, Phillip Dupuy, Christopher Ravenscroft (as Richmond); dir:Bill Alexander [28pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £8

1985: LOVE'S LABOURS LOST (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Kenneth Branagh (as King of Navarre), James Simmons (as Longaville), Jim Hooper (as Dumaine), Roger Rees (as Berowne), George Raistrick, Brian Parr, Richard Easton (as Don Adriano de Armado), Reuben Purchase, Rowena Roberts, Emily Richard (as Princess of France), John Carlisle, Alison Rose, Sarah Woodward, Josette Simon (as Rosaline), James Newall, Andrew Jarvis, John Rogan, Christopher Benjamin (as Holofernes), Norman Henry, Philip Barnes, Nicholas Bell, Guy Fithen, Adam Kotz, Jane Revere, Catherine James; dir:Barry Kyle [28pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6
1985: HENRY V
1985: HENRY V (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Ian McDiarmid (as Chorus), John Carlisle (as Archbishop of Canterbury / Duke of Burgundy), Sebastian Shaw (as Bishop of Ely / King Charles VI), Kenneth Branagh (as King Henry V), Philip Dupuy, James Newall, Pete Postlethwaite, Paul Gregory, Norman Henry, Andrew Jarvis, Stephen Simms, Geoffrey Freshwater, Derek Crewe, John Rogan, Bernard Horsfall, Patricia Routledge (as Mistress Quickly), Sarah Woodward, Martin Jacobs, Sion Probert, Peter Theedom, Malcolm Storry, Nicholas Bell, Nicholas Woodeson, Richard Easton, Ian Mackenzie, Henry Goodman (as Grandpre / Monsieur le Fer), Christopher Ravenscroft, Cecile Paoli (as Katharine), Yvonne Coulette, Jason Dorset, Peter Ferdinando, John Johnson, Matthew Lane, Danny-Joe Macdonald, Luke O'Sullivan; dir:Adrian Noble [28pp, 8x12; cast list, production photos, articles, biographies etc.; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1985: RED NOSES - Peter Barnes (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Sarah Woodward, Yvonne Coulette, Antony Sher, Nicholas Farrell, Jim Hooper, Peter Eyre, Pete Postlethwaite, Richard Easton, Bernard Horsfall, Nicholas Woodeson, Cathy Tyson, Christopher Benjamin; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £7

1985: THE PARTY - Trevor Griffiths (The Pit)
Nicholas Woodeson, Katharine Rogers, Ian Mackenzie, Malcolm Storry, Sarah Berger, James Simmons, Brian Parr, Cecile Paoli, Martin Jacobs, Roger Allam, Ian McDiarmid (as John Tagg); dir:Howard Davies [6pp, 4x8.25 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; VG] £1

1985: WASTE - Harley Granville Barker (The Pit)
James Fleet, Sylvia Coleridge, Eileen Page, Tilda Swinton, Maria Aitken, Judi Dench, David Killick, Mark Dignam, Daniel Massey, Richard Conway, Oliver Ford Davies, Charles Kay, Tony Church, Bruce Alexander; dir:John Barton [6pp, 4x8.25 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; somewhat rumpled, else VG] £1

1985: CAMILLE - Pam Gems (Comedy Theatre)
Frances Barber, Nicholas Farrell, Bernard Horsfall, Polly James, Alphonsia Emmanuel; dir:Ron Daniels [20pp, 6x9; cast list, photos, excellent illustrations, notes, credits; VG] £4

1985: WASTE - Harley Granville Barker (Lyric)
Judi Dench, Daniel Massey, James Fleet, Sylvia Coleridge, Eileen Page, Sara Kestelman, David Killick, David Waller, Oliver Ford Davies, Charles Kay, Tony Church, Gordon Gostelow; dir:John Barton [36pp, 5x8.5; cast photos and biographies, notes, credits; VG] £4

1985: BREAKING THE SILENCE - Stephen Poliakoff (Mermaid)
Jenny Agutter, Edward Rawle-Hicks, Gemma Jones, John Kane, Alan Howard, Paul Rattee, Christopher Saul; dir:Ron Daniels [32pp, 6x8.5; cast photos and biographies, extensive illustrated articles, production photos, notes, credits; VG] £4

ON TOUR

1985: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW and HAPPY END - Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill (RSC/Nat West Tour)
Alfred Molina, Sian Thomas, Linda Polan, Sara Mair-Thomas, Nigel Anthony, Nick Dunning, Geoffrey Freshwater, Richard Garnett, Sonia Ritter; dir:Di Trevis, Stuart Hopps [poster 23x16, folded into 12pp; large size company photo, cast lists, biographies, notes, photographic illustrations; VG] £4

1985 (Spring): RSC NEWS
Photos and Articles including Twenty-fifth Anniversary Season, Stratford-upon-Avon, West End/Tour and London News, MOTHER COURAGE and BREAKING THE SILENCE at The Barbican, Wordworking For All (Cicely Berry and the Voice Department), Interview with Polly James (w.3 photos), RSC Trust, News in Brief, Ninth visit to Newcastle, Design In Stages (interview with Jill Jowett, Design Assistant), David Edgar on The Other Place, Feature on Gwynne Whitby, 1903-1984 (w.photo), On The Door .... by Eileen Woodings etc. - c30 photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

1985 (Summer): RSC NEWS
Photos and Articles including Update on The Swan, Retirement of Kaye Flanagan, News in Brief, Focus on John Stride (w.2 photos), New plays: RED NOSES by Peter Barnes, DOWNCHILD, CRIMES IN HOT COUNTRIES and THE CASTLE by Howard Barker, Interviews with Josette Simon (w.photo), David Burke and Anna Calder-Marshall (w.2 photos), and Nicky Henson (w.2 photos), Angela Hewins on THE DILLEN etc. - 20+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

1985 (Autumn): RSC NEWS
News in Brief, Heroine or Villainess? (Juliet Stevenson talks about Cressida), Ben Kingsley and David Suchet return (w.photos), Announcement of LES MISERABLES at The Barbican, Brief news of Nicky Henson, Derek Jacobi, CAMILLE and LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES, Latest news about The Swan, RSC/Nat West Tour etc. - 6 photos in all [4pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £2

1985 (Winter): RSC NEWS
Photos and Articles including Brief News, Progress with The Swan, RSC Trust, David Edgar on the birth of NICHOLAS NICKLEBY (w.6 photos), Return of Ben Kingsley (w.photo), TROILUS AND CRESSIDA at the RST (w.3 photos), Interview with Peter Jeffrey (w.photo), Feature on LES MISERABLES w.photos of Alun Armstrong, Roger Allam, Trevor Nunn, John Caird and Colm Wilkinson, Di Trevis on the RSC/Nat West Tour, 10th Anniversary Newcastle Season etc. - 30+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

RSC 1986 director: Terry Hands

STRATFORD

1986: THE WINTER'S TALE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Jeremy Irons (as Leontes), Penny Downie (as Hermione and Perdita), Martin Hicks, Richard Parry, Richard Easton, Raymond Bowers, Gillian Barge (as Paulina), Eileen Page, Stanley Dawson, Sean O'Callaghan, Henry Goodman (as Paulina's Steward/Time), Mark Lindley, Susie Fairfax, Cornelia Hayes, Caroline Johnson, David Glover, Brian Lawson, Paul Greenwood, Nathaniel Parker, Joe Melia, Bernard Horsfall, Simon Russell Beale (as Young Shepherd), Roger Watkins, Trevor Gordon, Gary Love, Roger Moss, Patrick Robinson; dir:Terry Hands [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1986: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST) Souvenir Programme
Richard Easton, Janet McTeer (as Hippolyta/Titania), Robert Demeger, Amanda Harris, Paul Greenwood, Martin Jacobs, Joely Richardson, Stanley Dawson, Malcolm Hassall, Roger Moss, Gerard Murphy (as Oberon), Nicholas Woodeson, Cornelia Hayes, Jane Lancaster, Charlotte Williams, Phillipa Stanton, Nichola Swash, Catherine Fleetwood, David Haig (as Quince), Pete Postlethwaite (as Bottom), Paul Venables, Donald McBride, Christopher Ashley, Sean Bean (as Starveling), dir:Bill Alexander [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1986: ROMEO AND JULIET (RST) Souvenir Programme
Roger Watkins, Eileen Page, Sean Bean (as Romeo), Martin Jacobs, Philip Sully, Malcolm Hassall, Jenni George, Cornelia Hayes, David Glover, Stan Pretty, Michael Kitchen (as Mercutio), Robert Morgan, Robert Demeger, Stanley Dawson, Brian Lawson, Patrick Robinson, Timothy Luckett, Paul McGreevey, Simon Townsend, Daniel Wadhams, Richard Moore, Anna Nygh, Niamh Cusack (as Juliet), Hugh Quarshie, Dilys Laye (as Nurse), Donald McBride, Dennis Edwards, John Patrick, Sean O'Callaghan, Lucy Hancock, Caroline Johnson; dir:Michael Bogdanov [32pp, 8x12; cast list, rehearsal photos, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

ROMEO AND JULIET Postcard
Hugh Quarshie as Tybalt
Postcard Series 7 No.217 [5"x6.75"; VG] 50p

Auditorium of the Swan Theatre, 1986

1986: THE ART OF SUCCESS - Nick Dear (The Other Place)
Niamh Cusack, Michael Kitchen, Philip Franks, David Killick, Simon Russell Beale, Dilys Laye, Dinah Stabb, Penny Downie, Susan Porrett, Joe Melia; dir:Adrian Noble [6pp, 5.5x11.7 triple-fold; cast list, rehearsal photos, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £3

LONDON

1986: SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE - Georges Feydeau, adapted by Peter Barnes (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Roger Sloman, Trevor Peacock, Griffith Jones, Janet Dale, Susan Colverd, Ruby Head, Jim Kirby, Lila Kaye, Miriam Karlin, Peter Jones; dir:Terry Hands [28pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, extensive articles, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1986: MISALLIANCE - George Bernard Shaw (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Richard Garnett, Richard McCabe, Caroline Goodall, Elizabeth Spriggs, Joseph O'Conor, Brian Cox, Simon Treves, Jane Lapotaire, Mick Ford; dir:John Caird [28pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1986: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Hugh Simon, Janet Dale (as Meg Page), William Adams, Matthew Shakespeare, Mike Murray, Roger Hyams, Richard Conway, Paul Spence, Nicky Henson (as Ford), Lindsay Duncan (as Alice Ford), Francine Morgan, Russell Boulter, Penelope Freeman, Penny Ryder, Arnold Yarrow, Bruce Alexander, Ian Talbot, Graham Turner, Paul Webster, Peter Jeffrey (as Falstaff), Campbell Morrison, Peter Theedom, Sheila Steafel (as Mistress Quickly), Alexander Wilson, David Bradley, Trevor Martin, Rhys Hopkins, Matthew Lane; dir:Bill Alexander [32pp, 8x12; clever "Oct 1959" style programme; cast list, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5
1986: MEPHISTO
1986: MEPHISTO - Klaus Mann, adapted by Ariane Mnouchkine, translated by Timberlake Wertenbaker (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Alan Rickman, Fiona Shaw, Sean Baker, Russell Boulter, Susan Colverd, Richard Conway, Emma D Inverno, Mark Dignam, Murray Ewan, Penelope Freeman, Ruby Head, Tom Mannion, Clive Merrison, Pauline Moran, Mike Murray, Joseph O'Conor, Clive Russell, Paul Spence, Susan Tracy, Cathy Tyson, Paul Webster, Andrew Yeats; dir:Adrian Noble [28pp; 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £6

1986: THE DANTON AFFAIR - Pam Gems (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Ian McDiarmid (as Robespierre), David Summer, Janine Gore, Thomas Kett, Hilton McRae, Brian Cox (as Danton), Emma D'Inverno, Campbell Morrison, Tom Mannion, Garry Cooper, Vincent Ebrahim, Julian Curry, John Bowler, Richard Conway, Adrian Dunbar, Murray Ewan, Paul McCleary, Michael McNally, Arnold Yarrow, Geraldine Wright, Patrick Bailey, John Dallimore, Martin Milman, Simon Roberts, Paul Spence, Mike Murray, Keith Osborn, Andrew Yeats, Russell Boulter, Griffith Jones, Roger Llewellyn, Oliver Ford-Davies (as Fouquier-Tinville), Michele Costa, Susan Harper-Browne; dir:Ron Daniels [28pp, 8x12; cast list, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1986: A PENNY FOR A SONG - John Whiting (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
David Bradley, Sally George, Brian Cox, Paul Moriarty, Ian McNeice, Elizabeth Millbank, Rudi Davies, Stephen Moore, Mick Ford, Simon Gilby, Daniel Kipling, John Shrapnel, Richard Garnett, Paul Spence, Jim Kirby; dir:Howard Davies [24pp, 8x12; cast list, illustrations, articles, 12+ rehearsal photos, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1986 (Jan): LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Christopher Hampton, from the novel by Choderlos de Laclos (The Pit)
Lindsay Duncan (as La Marquise de Merteuil), Fiona Shaw (as Mme de Volanges), Lesley Manville (as Cecile Volanges), Hugh Simon, Alan Rickman (as Le Vicomte de Valmont), Christopher Wright, Margery Mason, Juliet Stevenson (as La Presidente de Tourvel), Mary Jo Randle, Sean Baker; dir:Howard Davies [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; uncommon; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1986 (Jan): PHILISTINES - Maxim Gorky, version by Dusty Hughes (The Pit)
Fiona Shaw, Lesley Manville, Sean Baker, David Burke, Margery Mason, Ruby Head, Mark Dignam, Clive Russell, Tom Mannion, Anna Calder-Marshall, Christopher Wright, Mary Jo Randle, Griffith Jones; dir:John Caird [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; VG] £1

1986 (Jul): THE DEAD MONKEY - Nick Darke (The Pit)
Frances Barber, Anthony O'Donnell, Bruce Alexander; dir:Roger Michell [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; VG] £2

1986 (Oct): THE ARCHBISHOP'S CEILING - Arthur Miller (The Pit)
Roger Allam, Jane Lapotaire, David de Keyser, Stella Gonet, John Shrapnel; dir:Nick Hamm [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, 9 rehearsal photos, notes, credits; VG] £2

ON TOUR

1986: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RSC/NatWest Tour)
Paul Webster (as Leonato), Rupert Holliday Evans, Fiona Shaw (as Beatrice), Jacqueline Dankworth, Martin Turner, Nigel Terry (as Benedick), Simon Dutton, Paul Rhys (as Claudio), Norman Henry, William Chubb, Susan Harper-Browne, Rachel Joyce, John Bowler, Dick Brannick, Paul McLeary, David Summer; dir:Ron Daniels [6pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, production photos, notes etc.; VG] £2

1986: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RSC/NatWest Tour)
Paul Webster, Rupert Holliday Evans, Simon Dutton, Norman Henry, Dick Brannick, Martin Turner, Rachel Joyce, Paul McCleary, Paul Rhys (as Lorenzo), Susan Harper-Browne, Jacqueline Dankworth, Dick Brannick, Fiona Shaw (as Portia), Norman Henry, John Bowler, David Summer, Nigel Terry (as Shylock), William Chubb, John Bowler; dir:Roger Michell [6pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, production photos, notes etc.; VG] £2
1986 (Spring) RSC NEWS
1986 (Spring): RSC NEWS
Photos and articles including Feature on the new Swan Theatre (w.photos), RICHARD III to tour, Armchair Proms, News in Brief, Stratford Repertoire (w.photos of Jeremy Irons, Sinead Cusack, David Suchet and Jonathan Pryce), Return of Michael Bogdanov, Exhibitions and Exhibits, Revival of NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, Swan Repertoire authors (John Fletcher, Ben Jonson, Aphra Behn and Thomas Heywood), London Repertoire, including MEPHISTO and IL CANDELAIO (w.photos of Ariane Mnouchkine and Adrian Noble), Interview with Alan Rickman (w.photo), MELONS in The Pit (w.photo of Ben Kingsley), Report on 1984/85 Season etc. - 20+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.75; VG] £3

1986 (Summer): RSC NEWS
Photos and articles, including The Queen's Award, Nick Darke on THE DEAD MONKEY, Pam Gems on THE DANTON AFFAIR, Trevor Griffiths on REAL DREAMS, International News, News in Brief, American Friends etc. - 10 photos in all [4pp, 9.75x14.75; VG] £2

1986 (Late Summer Supplement): RSC NEWS
Photos and articles, including Trevor Nunn and the RSC (rebuttal of the Sunday Times allegations against Trevor Nunn and Peter Hall), NICHOLAS NICKLEBY in New York, Peter Barnes on SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE, The revival of A PENNY FOR A SONG (w.photo), MISALLIANCE at The Barbican, David Jones on PRINCIPIA SCRIPTORIAE, Fiona Shaw and Nigel Terry on the RSC/Nat West Tour (w.2 photos), THE ARCHBISHOP'S CEILING in The Pit, FAIR MAID OF THE WEST at The Swan, Book News etc. - 9 photos in all [4pp, 9.75x14.75; split at seam else VG] £1
1986 (Autumn) RSC NEWS
1986 (Autumn): RSC NEWS
Cover photos of Jeremy Irons as Leontes, and Pete Postlethwaite as Bottom; Photos and articles including News, LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES for the West End (w.photo of Lindsay Duncan), Interview with Hugh Quarshie, Feature on Sonja Dosanjh (Stratford Company Manager), The Other Place Repertoire (WORLDS APART by Jose Triana, FLIGHT by David Lan, THE ART OF SUCCESS by Nick Dear, and COUNTRY DANCING by Nigel Williams), Kate Littlewood on WORLDS APART, RSC Collection Exhibition, Return of Sinead Cusack (w.2 photos), Barbican Repertoire: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, MERRY WIVES, and MEPHISTO (w.3 photos), Brian Cox on DANTON'S DEATH, Interview with Fiona Shaw etc. - 20+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.75; VG] £3
1986 (Winter) RSC NEWS
1986 (Winter): RSC NEWS
Photos and articles including Trevor Nunn Hands Over (w.photo of Trevor Nunn and Terry Hands), News in Brief, Brief feature on KISS ME KATE (w.2 photos), Stratford Repertoire: RICHARD II, THE FAIR MAID OF THE WEST and WORLDS APART (w.3 photos), Trevor Peacock on SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE, London Repertoire: MISALLIANCE, PRINCIPIA SCRIPTORIAE etc. - 12+ photos in all [4pp, 9.5x13.25; VG] £2

RSC 1987 director: Terry Hands

STRATFORD

1987: JULIUS CAESAR (RST)
Janet Amsbury, Susan Colverd, Jane Leonard, Roger Allam (as Brutus), Sean Baker (as Cassius), Ian Barritt, Gordon Case, Carlton Chance, William Chubb, Dennis Clinton, Richard Conway, Gregory Doran, Mike Dowling, Steven Elliott, Nicholas Farrell (as Mark Antony), Geoffrey Freshwater, Derek Hutchinson, Piers Ibbotson, Griffith Jones, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Joseph O'Conor (as Julius Caesar); dir:Terry Hands [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1987: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RST) Souvenir Programme
John Carlisle (as Antonio), Michael Cadman, Gregory Doran, Paul Spence, Geoffrey Freshwater, Nicholas Farrell, Antony Sher (as Shylock), Deborah Goodman, Bill McGuirk, Phil Daniels (as Lancelot Gobbo), Arnold Yarrow, David Pullan, Richard Conway, Akim Mogaji, Henrietta Bess, Susan Harper-Browne, Kate Littlewood, Deborah Findlay (as Portia), Pippa Guard, Laban Leake, Hakeem Kae-Kazim; dir:Bill Alexander [36pp, 8x12; cast list, rehearsal photos, photos of past productions, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1987: KISS ME KATE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Paul Jones (as Fred Graham), Jeffery Dench, Fiona Hendley (as Lois Lane), Christopher Brown, Nichola McAuliffe (as Lilli Vanessi), Earlene Bentley, Edward Phillips, Peter Alex Newton, Tim Flavin, Peter Ledbury, Cyril Nri, Emil Wolk, John Bardon, Barry Linehan, Jacqui Boatswain, Nicholas Burge, Richard Calkin, Marisa Campbell, Aidan Cook, Karen Davies, Brenda Garrat-Glassman, Richard Gough, Megan Hughes, Kim Ismay, Michelle Knight, Melanie Marshall, Sian Reeves, Richard Sampson, Tricia Tomlinson, Stephen Tye; dir:Adrian Noble [36pp, 8x12; cast list, extensive biographies with photos, illustrated articles etc.; contains 8-page photographic programme for The Taming Of The Shrew, starring Fred Graham and Lilli Vanessi, December 1948; date on cover, else VG] £5

1987: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alex Jennings (as Lucentio), Bruce Alexander, George Raistrick, Fiona Shaw (as Katherine), Felicity Dean (as Bianca), Trevor Martin, James Fleet, Sally George, Deborah Goodman, David O'Hara, Brian Cox (as Petruchio), Barrie Rutter, Derek Hutchinson, William Chubb, Guy Fithen, Jimmy Gallagher, Griffith Jones, Laban Leake, Dennis Clinton, Piers Ibbotson, Alan Thompson, Shirley King; dir:Jonathan Miller [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1987: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Donald Sumpter (as Orsino), Jeremy Gilley, David Pullan, Harriet Walter (as Viola), Richard Conway, Deborah Findlay (as Olivia), Roger Allam (Sir Toby Belch), Pippa Guard, David Bradley (Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Bruce Alexander, Antony Sher (as Malvolio), Jim Hooper, Arnold Yarrow, Jane Leonard, Kate Littlewood, Jane Whittenshaw, Richard Conway, Paul Spence, Paul Webster, Steven Player, Richard Stone; dir:Bill Alexander [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1987: HYDE PARK - James Shirley (The Swan) Playscript Programme
Programme and Full Play-script; Fiona Shaw, James Fleet, Richard McCabe, John Carlisle, Pippa Guard, Alex Jennings, Felicity Dean; dir:Barry Kyle [76pp, 8.25x7.75; excellent soft-back book (published by Methuen); cast, biographies, photos, extensive articles and commentary, full play-script; VG] £6

1987: THE JEW OF MALTA - Christopher Marlowe (The Swan) Playscript Programme
Programme and Full Play-script; John Carlisle, Alun Armstrong, Janet Amsbury, Michael Cadman, George Raistrick, Geoffrey Freshwater, James Fleet, Bill McGuirk, Dennis Clinton, Ian Bailey, Richard Leaf, Linda Spurrier, Gregory Doran, Stella Gonet, Barrie Rutter, Shirley King, Deborah Goodman, Peter Polycarpou, Akim Mogaji, Phil Daniels; dir:Barry Kyle [76pp, 8.25x7.75; excellent soft-back book (published by Methuen); cast, biographies, photos, extensive articles and commentary, full play-script; VG] £6

1987: THE NEW INN - Ben Jonson (The Swan) Cast List only
Joseph O'Conor, Peter Polycarpou, John Carlisle, Sonia Ritter, Deborah Findlay, Fiona Shaw, Darlene Johnson, Gregory Doran, Mike Dowling, Richard McCabe, Sean Pertwee, Griffith Jones; dir:John Caird [2pp, 8x12; cast list, credits etc.; folds, else VG] £free

1987: ANTONY SHER self-portrait as Vindice in THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY (Swan)
[single 10" x 13" sheet; very minor repaired edge tear, else VG] £1

1987: FASHION - Doug Lucie (The Other Place)
Brian Cox, Stella Gonet, Akim Mogaji, Alun Armstrong, Clive Russell, David Howey, Estelle Kohler, David O'Hara, Linda Spurrier; dir:Nick Hamm [6pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; date on cover (1/4/87), else VG] £2

1987: CYMBELINE (The Other Place)
Michael Cadman, Arnold Yarrow, Guy Fithen, Julie Legrand, Nicholas Farrell (as Posthumus), Harriet Walter (as Imogen), David Bradley (as Cymbeline), Jim Hooper, Bruce Alexander, Henrietta Bess, Richard Conway, Donald Sumpter (as Iachimo), Akim Mogaji, Deborah Goodman, Geoffrey Freshwater, Paul Webster, David O'Hara, Paul Spence; dir:Bill Alexander [6pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; light horizontal bend, else VG] £2

LONDON

1987: THE WINTER'S TALE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Paul Shelley (as Leontes), Penny Downie (as Hermione and Perdita), Nicholas Shelton, Neil Smith, Richard Easton, Raymond Bowers, Gillian Barge (as Paulina), Eileen Page, Stanley Dawson, Sean O'Callaghan, David Glover (as Paulina's Steward), Mark Lindley, Cornelia Hayes, Pia Henderson, Anna Patrick, Nicholas Collett, Simon Cook, Roger Moss, Howard Ward, Roger Watkins, Martin Jacobs, Nathaniel Parker, Joe Melia, Bernard Horsfall, Simon Russell Beale (as Young Shepherd); dir:Terry Hands [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1987: THE BALCONY - Jean Genet, version by Barbara Wright and Terry Hands (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Richard Moore, Dilys Laye, Valerie Buchanan, Vivienne Rochester, Jim Carter, Howard Ward, Robert Demeger, Cornelia Hayes, Stuart Richman, Pia Henderson, Kathryn Pogson, Joe Melia, Malcolm Hassall, Roger Moss, Mark Lindley, Penny Ryder, Francesca Folan, Simon Cook, Gerard Murphy, Trevor Gordon, Stan Pretty, Sidney Cole, Tom Knight, Richard Easton; dir:Terry Hands [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1987: ROMEO AND JULIET (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Roger Watkins, Eileen Page, Sean Bean (as Romeo), Martin Jacobs, Simeon Andrews, Malcolm Hassall, Valerie Buchanan, Cornelia Hayes, David Glover, Stan Pretty, Michael Kitchen (as Mercutio), Robert Morgan, Robert Demeger, Stanley Dawson, Brian Lawson, Patrick Robinson, Philip Dettmer, Alex Hillman, George Thwaites, Andrew Tobias, Richard Moore, Darlene Johnson, Niamh Cusack (as Juliet), Hugh Quarshie, Dilys Laye (as Nurse), Donald McBride, Brian Moorehead, Simon Cook, Sean O'Callaghan, Caroline Lee Johnson, Bridget Lynch-Bloss; dir:Michael Bogdanov [28pp, 8x12; cast list, rehearsal photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1987: RICHARD II (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Jeremy Irons (as King Richard II), Brewster Mason (as John of Gaunt), Michael Kitchen (as Bolingbroke), Richard Moore, Eileen Page, Roger Watkins, Paul Venables, Raymond Bowers, Malcolm Hassall, Simon Cook, David Glover, Bernard Horsfall, Denica Fairman, Richard Easton, Mark Lindley, Nathaniel Parker, Stanley Dawson, Stan Pretty, Edward Jewesbury, John Burgess, Jane Lancaster, John Patrick, Christopher Ashley, Sean O'Callaghan, Rosalind Boxall, Roger Moss; dir:Barry Kyle [28pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1987: THE WIZARD OF OZ - L Frank Baum, Arlen & Harburg, John Kane (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Imelda Staunton, Dilys Laye, Paul Greenwood, John Bowe, Jim Carter, Bille Brown, Tony Church, Mark Haddington, Millie (as Toto); dir:Ian Judge [32pp, 8x12; an attractive programme, packed with interest; cast list, 12+ rehearsal photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc. etc.; VG] £10

1987: OLD YEAR'S EVE - Peter Speyer (The Pit)
Ann Mitchell, Reece Dinsdale, Tony Doyle; dir:Sarah Pia Anderson [6pp, 5.5x11.5 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; VG] £1

1987: DEATHWATCH and THE MAIDS - Jean Genet, translated by David Rudkin (The Pit)
Gerard Murphy, Miles Anderson, Patrick Bailey, Jeremy Pearce; dir:Gerard Murphy and Ultz [6pp, 5.5x11.5 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; VG] £1

1987: SARCOPHAGUS - Vladimir Gubaryev, translated by Michael Glenny, adapted by Michael Birch (Mermaid)
Nicholas Woodeson, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Clare James, Susie Fairfax, Rosie Timpson, John Burgess, John Patrick, David Killick, Carol Gillies, Peter Guinness, Max Gold, Peter Andrew, Christopher Ashley, Paul Venables, Edward Jewesbury, Ruby Head, Tony Church, Tom Knight, Michael Jenner, Michael Shevelew, Bridget Lynch-Blosse, Richard Bremmer, Brian Moorehead, Michael Shevelew, Richard Easton, Seva Novgorodsev; dir:Jude Kelly [24pp, 8x12; cast list, production photos, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1987: THE ROVER - Aphra Behn (Mermaid Theatre) Playscript Programme
Programme and Full Play-script; Hugh Quarshie, Peter Guinness, David Troughton, Jeremy Irons (as Willmore, the Rover), Vivienne Rochester, Tony Armatrading, Geraldine Fitzgerald (as Florinda), Susie Fairfax, Imogen Stubbs (as Hellena), Norman Eshley, Trevor Gordon, Jenni George, Stephanie Beacham, Rosalind Boxall, Togo Igawa, Patrick Robinson, Philip Sully, Stan Pretty, Brian Lawson; dir:John Barton [76pp, 8.25x7.75; excellent soft-back book (published by Methuen); cast, biographies, photos, extensive articles and commentary, full play-script; VG] £6

1987: EVERY MAN IN HIS HUMOUR - Ben Jonson (Mermaid Theatre) Playscript Programme
Programme and Full Play-script; Stuart Richman, David Haig (as Brainworm), Paul Greenwood, Roger Moss, Simon Russell Beale (as Ed Kno'well), Philip Franks, David Troughton (as Cob), Susie Fairfax, Pete Postlethwaite (as Captain Bobadill), Henry Goodman (as Thomas Kitely), Gary Love, Jeremy Pearce, Jane Galloway, Jane Lancaster, Nathaniel Parker, Raymond Bowers, Mark Lindley; dir:John Caird [52pp, 8.25x7.75; excellent soft-back book (published by Methuen); cast, biographies, production photos, synopsis, extensive articles and commentary, full play-script; VG] £6

1987: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Christopher Hampton (Ambassadors) Souvenir Programme
Peter Lennon, Suzanne Bertish (as La Marquise de Merteuil), Kate Spiro (as Mme de Volanges), Jane Snowden (as Cecile Volanges), Jonathan Hyde (as Le Vicomte de Valmont), Andrew Rattenbury, Emma Piper (as La Presidente de Tourvel), Valerie Gogan, Jonathan Cullen; dir:Howard Davies [28pp, 8x12; cast list, 10 production photos, articles, biographies etc.; SIGNED by Jonathan Hyde; VG] £5

1987: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Christopher Hampton (Ambassadors) Souvenir Programme
Andrew Rattenbury, Eleanor David (as La Marquise de Merteuil), Kate Spiro (as Mme de Volanges), Clare Holman (as Cecile Volanges), Jonathan Hyde (as Le Vicomte de Valmont), Simon Mattacks, Eve Pearce, Samantha Bond (as La Presidente de Tourvel), Jacqueline Dankworth, Stephen Simms; dir:Howard Davies [28pp, 8x12; cast list, 10 production photos, articles, biographies etc.; SIGNED by Jonathan Hyde; VG] £5

1987: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Christopher Hampton (Ambassadors) Souvenir Programme
Eleanor David (as La Marquise de Merteuil), Kate Spiro (as Mme de Volanges), Clare Holman (as Cecile Volanges), Andrew Rattenbury, Jonathan Hyde (as Le Vicomte de Valmont), Simon Mattacks, Eve Pearce, Samantha Bond (as La Presidente de Tourvel), Jacqueline Dankworth, Stephen Simms; dir:Howard Davies [24pp, 8x12 (plain cover); cast list, articles, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; w.ticket (22 Apr); VG] £4

1987: KISS ME KATE - Cole Porter (Old Vic)
Paul Jones (as Fred Graham), Jeffery Dench, Fiona Hendley (as Lois Lane), Christopher Brown, Nichola McAuliffe (as Lilli Vanessi), Earlene Bentley, Edward Phillips, Peter Alex Newton, Tim Flavin, Peter Ledbury, Cyril Nri, Emil Wolk, John Bardon, Barry Linehan, Jacqui Boatswain, Nicholas Burge, Richard Calkin, Marisa Campbell, Aidan Cook, Karen Davies, Brenda Garrat-Glassman, Richard Gough, Megan Hughes, Kim Ismay, Michelle Knight, Melanie Marshall, Sian Reeves, Richard Sampson, Tricia Tomlinson, Stephen Tye; dir:Adrian Noble [36pp, 5.25x8.25; cast list, 40+ photos, synopsis, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1987: KISS ME KATE - Cole Porter (Old Vic) Souvenir Programme
Paul Jones (as Fred Graham), Jeffery Dench, Fiona Hendley (as Lois Lane), Christopher Brown, Nichola McAuliffe (as Lilli Vanessi), Earlene Bentley, Edward Phillips, Peter Alex Newton, Tim Flavin, Peter Ledbury, Cyril Nri, Emil Wolk, John Bardon, Barry Linehan, Jacqui Boatswain, Nicholas Burge, Richard Calkin, Marisa Campbell, Aidan Cook, Karen Davies, Brenda Garrat-Glassman, Richard Gough, Megan Hughes, Kim Ismay, Michelle Knight, Melanie Marshall, Sian Reeves, Richard Sampson, Tricia Tomlinson, Stephen Tye; dir:Adrian Noble [32pp, 8x12; cast list, superb production photos, illustrated articles, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; contains 8-page photographic programme for The Taming Of The Shrew, starring Fred Graham and Lilli Vanessi, December 1948; VG] £5

1987: KISS ME KATE - Cole Porter (Alhambra Theatre, Bradford) Souvenir Programme
Paul Jones (as Fred Graham), Jeffery Dench, Fiona Hendley (as Lois Lane), Christopher Brown, Nichola McAuliffe (as Lilli Vanessi), Earlene Bentley, Edward Phillips, Peter Alex Newton, Tim Flavin, Peter Ledbury, Cyril Nri, Emil Wolk, John Bardon, Barry Linehan, Jacqui Boatswain, Nicholas Burge, Richard Calkin, Marisa Campbell, Aidan Cook, Karen Davies, Brenda Garrat-Glassman, Richard Gough, Megan Hughes, Kim Ismay, Michelle Knight, Melanie Marshall, Sian Reeves, Richard Sampson, Tricia Tomlinson, Stephen Tye; dir:Adrian Noble [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies, excellent illustrations throughout etc.; a packed programme!; contains 8-page photographic programme for The Taming Of The Shrew, starring Fred Graham and Lilli Vanessi, December 1948; VG] £5
1987 (Spring) RSC NEWS
1987 (Spring): RSC NEWS
Photos and articles, including 1987 Record-Breaking Season, Official Opening of The Swan, SARCOPHAGUS in The Pit, ROMEO AND JULIET at The Barbican with Sean Bean and Niamh Cusack (w.photo), Interview with Bill Dudley (w.3 photos), Imelda Staunton on THE FAIR MAID OF THE WEST, Transferring to The Mermaid: THE ROVER, EVERY MAN IN HIS HUMOUR and THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN (w.3 photos), Dr Robert Wilcher on Ben Jonson, Playwrights at The Other Place (Doug Lucie, Heidi Thomas and John Berger), Photos of six member of the Stratford Company (Antony Sher, Harriet Walter, Bruce Alexander, Brian Cox, Alun Armstrong and Geoffrey Freshwater), Stratford Directors (Jonathan Miller, Nicholas Hytner, Sarah Pia Anderson, Deborah Warner, Di Trevis and Roger Michell), Three writers at The Swan (Christopher Marlowe, Cyril Tourneur and James Shirley - w.illustrations) etc. - c20 photos in all [8pp, 9.5x13.25; VG] £3
1987 (Summer) RSC NEWS
1987 (Summer): RSC NEWS
Photos and articles, including Handing Over (a survey of Trevor Nunn's 20 years at the RSC, w.10 photos), The new Theatre Museum, The Wars of the Roses Reunion, Interview with Antony Sher (w.photo), Interview with Deborah Findlay (w.photo), A QUESTION OF GEOGRAPHY at The Other Place, Shakespeare on the Yiddish Stage, Interview with Lesley Hutchinson, Roger Michell on Vaclav Havel's TEMPTATION, THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY at The Swan (w.photo), Barbican Retrospective of Jean Genet's work, London Repertoire: FLIGHT, THEY SHOOT HORSES DON'T THEY?, THE GREAT WHITE HOPE w.Hugh Quarshie, and THE STORM, LES MISERABLES on Broadway etc. - 20+ photos in all [8pp, 9.5x13.25; VG] £3

1987 (Autumn 1): RSC NEWS
Photos and articles, including Recently Opened in Stratford: TWELFTH NIGHT, INDIGO and THE JEW OF MALTA (w.3 photos), Recently opened in London: THE BALCONY, THE STORM and THEY SHOOT HORSES DON'T THEY? (w.3 photos), Richard Burton Drama Award, RSC On The Road, American Awards, New Faces in London (Tony Armatrading, Frances Tomelty and Greg Hicks), Forthcoming WIZARD OF OZ at The Barbican, SARCOPHAGUS transfers to The Mermaid, RSC Finances, Royal Insurance sponsorship etc. - 12+ photos in all [6pp, 9.5x13.25; VG] £2

1987 (Autumn 2): RSC NEWS
Photos and articles, including Four-Part Harmony: feature on CARRIE and THE WIZARD OF OZ (w.photos of Linzi Hateley, Barbara Cook, Dilys Laye and Imelda Staunton), Brewster Mason Obituary (w.photo), The Wars of the Roses Reunion (w.photo), Winter Visitors, Features on David Bradley and Alex Jennings (w.photos), Stratford Repertoire: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, A QUESTION OF GEOGRAPHY and THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY (w.photos), Nicholas Hytner's MEASURE FOR MEASURE (w.3 photos), London Repertoire: THE WINTER'S TALE and OLD YEAR'S EVE, Feature on Gerard Murphy (w.2 photos), Feature on Peggy Ashcroft (w.4 photos), Christmas Books, RSC/Nat West Tour etc. - 25+ photos in all [8pp, 9.5x13.25; coffee mug mark on cover, else VG] £3

RSC 1988 director: Terry Hands

STRATFORD

1988: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RST) Souvenir Programme
Antony Brown, Raymond Bowers, Julia Ford, Denise Armon, Caroline Harding, Maggie Steed (as Beatrice), Edward Harbour, David Lyon, Robert Demeger, Ralph Fiennes (as Claudio), Clive Merrison (as Benedick), Roger Watkins, Patrick Robinson, Candida Gubbins, Jo James, Ken Sabberton, David Waller, Jeffrey Segal, Darryl Forbes-Dawson, Richard Bremmer, Simon Dormandy; dir:Di Trevis [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £8

1988: THE PLANTAGENETS (RST) Souvenir Programme
Ralph Fiennes (as Henry VI), Raymond Bowers, David Waller, Cherry Morris, Nicholas Smith, Antony Brown, Tom Fahy, Oliver Cotton (as Buckingham), Robert Demeger, Mark Hadfield, Trevor Gordon, Jeffrey Segal, David Calder (as Duke of York), David Lyon, David Morrissey (as Clarence), Simon Dormandy (as Richmond), Richard Bremmer, Penny Downie (as Queen Margaret), Darryl Forbes-Dawson, Edward Harbour, Patrick Robinson, Julia Ford, Roger Watkins, Denise Armon, Ken Sabberton, Cissy Collins, Jo James, Jason Watkins, Caroline Harding, Anthony Dixon, Kathleen Christof, Lyndon Davies, Kevin Doyle, Jaye Griffiths, Candida Gubbins, Ken Bones (as Edward IV), Anton Lesser (as Richard III), Marjorie Yates, Joanne Pearce, William Bowers, Thomas Horton, Joel Morris, Kit Tomlinson, Edward Peel, Lee Barton, Paul Curran, Lee Broom, Guy Newey, Geraldine Alexander (as Lady Anne); dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8x12; adapted from HENRY VI PTS.I, II & III and RICHARD III; cast lists for all three plays, rehearsal photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £7

1988: MACBETH (RST) Souvenir Programme
Pip Hinton, Vivienne Rochester, Joanna Roth, Nicholas Selby, Duncan Bell (as Malcolm), James Purefoy (as Donalbain/Cream-Faced Loon), Campbell Morrison, Colin McCormack, Desmond Barrit (as Ross/Porter), Mark Sproston, Peter Lennon, Stephen Jacobs, Miles Anderson (as Macbeth), Tony Armatrading, Amanda Root (as Lady Macbeth), David Solomon, Benjamin Fellows, Wayne Mason, Ken Shorter, John Bott, Maureen Beattie, David Clark, Benjamin Rand, Henrietta Smethurst, Hannah Young, Jamie Macaro, John Paul Streets, Jill Spurrier, Patrick Miller; dir:Adrian Noble [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1988: THE TEMPEST (RST) Souvenir Programme
Nicholas Selby, Colin McCormack, John Wood (as Prospero), Richard Haddon Haines, James Purefoy (as Ferdinand), Alfred Burke, Stephen Jacobs, Patrick Miller, Duncan Bell (as Ariel), John Kane (as Caliban), Desmond Barrit, Campbell Morrison, Peter Lennon, Ken Shorter, Melanie Thaw (as Miranda), Vivienne Rochester, Cate Hamer, Julia Lintott, Stephen Gordon, Paul Hargreaves, Heather Osborne, Joanna Roth, Sharon Buchanan, Stephanie Hallworth, Sarah Hamilton, Jemma Hicks, Hannah Langley, Sian Lewis; dir:Nicholas Hytner [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1988: TWELFTH NIGHT (Royal Shakespeare Theatre) Souvenir Programme
Donald Sumpter, Jeremy Gilley, David Pullan, Harriet Walter (as Viola), Richard Conway, Deborah Findlay, Roger Allam (as Sir Toby Belch), Pippa Guard, David Bradley, Bruce Alexander, Antony Sher (as Malvolio), Jim Hooper, Arnold Yarrow, Jane Leonard, Kate Littlewood, Jane Whittenshaw, Paul Spence, Paul Webster; dir:Bill Alexander [36pp, 8x12; cast list, production photos, articles, biographies etc.; date on cover, else VG] £5

1988: KING JOHN (The Other Place)
Nicholas Woodeson (as King John), Cherry Morris, Jo James, Julia Ford, Richard Bremmer, Edward Harbour, Darryl Forbes-Dawson, David Morrissey (as Faulconbridge), Denise Armon, Patrick Robinson, Lyndon Davies, Susan Engel (as Constance), David Lyon, Ralph Fiennes (as Lewis the Dauphin), Roger Watkins, Robert Demeger, Antony Brown (as Cardinal Pandulph); dir:Deborah Warner [4pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies, credits; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

LONDON

1988: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alex Jennings (as Lucentio), Barrie Rutter, George Raistrick, Fiona Shaw (as Katherine), Felicity Dean (as Bianca), Trevor Martin, James Fleet, Henrietta Bess, Kate Littlewood, Piers Ibbotson, Brian Cox (as Petruchio), Derek Hutchinson, Guy Fithen, William Chubb, Philip Childs, Evan Russell, Griffith Jones, Laban Leake, Dennis Clinton, Michael Loughnan, Shirley King; dir:Jonathan Miller [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1988: TWELFTH NIGHT (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Donald Sumpter, Jeremy Gilley, David Pullan, Harriet Walter (as Viola), Michael Loughnan, Deborah Findlay, Roger Allam (as Sir Toby Belch), Pippa Guard, David Bradley, Bruce Alexander, John Carlisle (as Malvolio), Jim Hooper, Arnold Yarrow, Jane Leonard, Kate Littlewood, Stephen Oxley, Paul Spence, Paul Webster; dir:Bill Alexander [32pp, 8x12; cast list, production photos, articles, biographies etc.] £5

1988: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
John Carlisle (as Antonio), Michael Cadman, Gregory Doran, Paul Spence, Geoffrey Freshwater, Nicholas Farrell, Antony Sher (as Shylock), Deborah Goodman, Bill McGuirk, Phil Daniels (as Lancelot Gobbo), Arnold Yarrow, David Pullan, Richard Conway, Akim Mogaji, Henrietta Bess, Jimmy Gallagher, Kate Littlewood, Deborah Findlay (as Portia), Pippa Guard, Laban Leake, Hakeem Kae-Kazim; dir:Bill Alexander [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1988: THE JEW OF MALTA - Christopher Marlowe (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
John Carlisle, Alun Armstrong (as Barabas), Janet Amsbury, Gary Powell, George Raistrick, Geoffrey Freshwater, James Fleet, Bill McGuick, Dennis Clinton, Ian Bailey, Richard Leaf, Linda Spurrier, Gregory Doran, Stella Gonet, Steven Elliott, Shirley King, Emma Hitching, Peter Polycarpou, Carlton Chance, Patrick Cremin, Laban Leake, Stephen Oxley, Phil Daniels; dir:Barry Kyle [32pp, 8x12; cast list, production photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1988: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Roger Allam (as The Duke), Mark Dignam, John Shrapnel (as Angelo), Alex Jennings (as Lucio), Carlton Chance, Linda Spurrier, Phil Daniels, David Howey, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Kate Littlewood, Michael Loughnan, Josette Simon (as Isabella), Franchine Mulrooney, Bill McGuirk, George Raistrick, David Pullan, Patrick Cremin, Janet Amsbury, Derek Hutchinson, Gordon Case, Richard Doubleday, Richard Leaf, Gary Powell, Evan Russell, Naomi Wirthner; dir:Nicholas Hytner [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1988: THREE SISTERS - Anton Chekhov, version by John Barton (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Bruce Alexander, Deborah Findlay (as Olga), Harriet Walter (as Masha), Stella Gonet (as Irina), David Bradley, Pippa Guard, Lala Lloyd, Griffith Jones, Brian Cox (as Vershinin), David Howey, Nicholas Farrell (as Tusenbach), Joseph O'Conor, Akim Mogaji, William Chubb, Emma Hitching, Laban Leake, Michael Loughnan, Gary Powell, Helen Sheals, Gordon Warnecke; dir:John Barton [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5
1988: THE CHURCHILL PLAY
1988: THE CHURCHILL PLAY - Howard Brenton (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Colin Welland, Gary Powell, Phil Daniels, Derek Hutchinson, James Ellis, Richard Doubleday, Sean Baker, Richard McCabe, Geoffrey Freshwater, Patrick Cremin, Ian Barritt, Shirley King, James Fleet, Felicity Dean, Philip Childs, Keith Goozee, Roger Tebb, Gordon Warnecke, William Chubb, Michael Loughnan, Jane Leonard; dir:Barry Kyle [32pp; 8x12; cast list, biographies, 12+ rehearsal photos, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1988: A QUESTION OF GEOGRAPHY - John Berger and Nella Bielski (The Pit)
Harriet Walter, Clive Russell, Guy Fithen, Richard Leaf, Jimmy Gardner, Linus Roache, Peter Polycarpou, Susan Colverd, John Carlisle (for Mark Dignam), John Berger (for John Carlisle), Sonia Ritter; dir:John Caird [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits, substitution slip etc.; VG] £2

1988: THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY - Cyril Tourneur (The Pit)
Antony Sher (as Vindice), Sean Baker, Linda Spurrier, Stella Gonet, Ian Barritt, Julie Legrand, Mike Dowling, Jim Hooper, Nicholas Farrell, Phil Daniels, Steven Elliott, Bil McGuirk, Richard Leaf, Ian Bailey, Patrick Cremin, Henrietta Bess, Emma Hitching, Raymond Stevenson, Jimmy Gallagher; dir:Di Trevis [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, notes, illustrations, credits; VG] £2

1988: TITUS ANDRONICUS (The Pit)
Jim Hooper, Mike Dowling, Brian Cox (as Titus), Donald Sumpter, Derek Hutchinson, Ian Bailey, Linus Roach, Patrick Cremin, Sonia Ritter, Jeremy Gilley, Richard Leaf, Steven Elliott, Dennis Clinton, Emma Hitching, Estelle Kohler (as Tamora), Piers Ibbotson, Richard McCabe, Peter Polycarpou (as Aaron); dir:Deborah Warner [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; VG] £3

1988: DIVINE GOSSIP - Stephen Lowe (The Pit)
Stella Gonet, Linus Roache, Nicholas Farrell, Pippa Guard, Sean Baker, Ann Mitchell, Geoffrey Freshwater, Jim Hooper, Arnold Yarrow, Deirdre Doone, Philip Day, Emma Hitching, Helen Sheals, Roger Tebb, Mark Zingale; dir:Barry Kyle [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; VG] £2

1988: CYMBELINE (The Pit)
Michael Cadman, Arnold Yarrow, Guy Fithen, Shirley King, Nicholas Farrell (as Posthumus), Harriet Walter (as Imogen), David Bradley (as Cymbeline), Jim Hooper, Bruce Alexander, Henrietta Bess, Richard Conway, Donald Sumpter (as Iachimo), Akim Mogaji, Deborah Goodman, Trevor Martin, Paul Webster, David O'Hara, Paul Spence; dir:Bill Alexander [6pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; light horizontal bend, else VG] £2

1988: SPECULATORS - Tony Marchant (The Pit)
Philip O'Brien, Stanley Dawson, Richard Bremmer, Gary Love, Howard Ward, Simon Russell Beale, Amanda Harris, Gerard Murphy, Robert Demeger, Nimmy March, Roger Moss, Jane Lancaster, Di Botcher, Raymond Bowers; dir:Barry Kyle [6pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; date on cover (26/2/88), else VG] £1

1988: HYDE PARK - James Shirley (The Pit)
James Fleet, Richard McCabe, Paul Spence, Bill McGuirk, John Carlisle (as Lord Bonvile), David Pullan, Gregory Doran, Kate Littlewood, Fiona Shaw (as Mistress Carol), Alex Jennings (as Fairfield), Paul Webster, Felicity Dean, Jane Leonard, Jeremy Gilley, Jimmy Gallagher, Franchine Mulrooney; dir:Barry Kyle [6pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, programme notes, credits etc.; date on cover (5/8/88), else VG] £1

1988: OEDIPUS - Seneca (Almeida)
John Shrapnel, Julie Legrand, Phil Daniels, Trevor Martin, Sally George; dir:Donald Sumpter [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triple-fold; cast list, notes, credits; light horizontal bend, else VG] £1

1988: KISS ME KATE - Cole Porter, Sam & Bella Spewack (Savoy)
James Smillie (as Fred Graham), Edward Philips, Andree Bernard (as Lois Lane), David Hitchen, Nichola McAuliffe (as Lilli Vanessi), Melanie Marshall, Reginald Jessup, Peter Alex Newton, Tim Flavin, Peter Ledbury, Richard Calkin, Anthony O'Donnell, Berwick Kaler, Barry Linehan, Jacqui Boatswain, Chico Andrade, Carol Brooke, Raymond Chai, Roy Davison, Caroline Dillon, Freddie Fairfax, Sharon George, Angela Hercules-Joseph, Liz Izen, Danny Lane, Stephanie Lunn, Gayna Martine, Leslie Meadows, Mikaela Ryden Taube, Vinnette; dir:Adrian Noble [32pp, 6x8.5; cast list, 40+ photos, synopsis, biographies, illustrated articles etc.; VG] £4

1988: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Christopher Hampton (Ambassadors) Souvenir Programme
Philip Eason, Susan Tracy (as La Marquise de Merteuil), Penelope Beaumont (as Mme de Volanges), Amanda Royle (as Cecile Volanges), Greg Hicks (as Le Vicomte de Valmont), Paraic Cullen, Venetia Barrett, Emma Piper (as La Presidente de Tourvel), Julia Blalock, Louis Hilyer; dir:Howard Davies [28pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, many photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1988: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Christopher Hampton (Ambassadors) Souvenir Programme
Peter Lennon, Suzanne Bertish (as La Marquise de Merteuil), Kate Spiro (as Mme de Volanges), Jane Snowden (as Cecile Volanges), Jonathan Hyde (as Le Vicomte de Valmont), Andrew Rattenbury, Yvonne Coulette, Emma Piper (as La Presidente de Tourvel), Valerie Gogan, Jonathan Cullen; dir:Howard Davies [28pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 10 production photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1988 (Spring): RSC NEWS
Photos and Articles including What's New For 88? (forthcoming Stratford and London Repertoire), Cast Changes: Nichola McAuliffe and James Smilie in KISS ME KATE, and Suzanne Bertish and Jonathan Hyde in LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES (w.photos), New plays by Robert Holman, Timberlake Wertenbaker and Nick Darke at The Other Place, Adrian Noble's Stratford Plans (w.photos of John Wood, Ralph Fiennes and Anton Lesser), Current London Repertoire: THE WINTER'S TALE, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and THE WIZARD OF OZ (w.photos), Coming Soon! (to London): TWELFTH NIGHT w.Harriet Walter, THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY w.Antony Sher, THE JEW OF MALTA w.Alun Armstrong, CYMBELINE w.David Bradley, Nicholas Farrell and Harriet Walter, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE w.Antony Sher, FASHION w.Brian Cox, JULIUS CAESAR w.Sean Baker and Roger Allam, TITUS ANDRONICUS w.Donald Sumpter, TEMPTATION w.John Shrapnel (9 photos), THE MAHABHARATA coming to Glasgow etc. - 20+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

1988 (Summer): RSC NEWS
Photos and Articles including Adrian Noble on THE PLANTAGENETS, Interview with Simon Russell Beale (w.photo), Interview with Miles Anderson and Amanda Root, Deborah Warner's KING JOHN, Young Faces at Stratford (w.photos of Lyndon Davies, Timothy Stark, Jo James, Melanie Thaw and Linus Roache), Forthcoming London Repertoire (THREE SISTERS, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, THE BITE OF THE NIGHT, DIVINE GOSSIP, and HYDE PARK), Season at The Almeida (HELLO AND GOODBYE, KEEPING TOM NICE and OEDIPUS), Feature on Peter Brook, Two 1988 RSC Tours, News and much else - 15+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

1988 (Autumn): RSC NEWS
Photos and Articles including Guess Who's Coming For Christmas?: the return of THE WIZARD OF OZ (w.photo), RSC/British Telecom and RSC/Royal Insurance Tours, Cordelia Monsey on research for Edward Bond's RESTORATION, KING LEAR at The Other Place, Brief feature on Richard Haddon Haines, Features on Ralph Fiennes and Julia Ford (w.photos), Sarah Pia Anderson on the Frank McGuinness workshop, Nick Darke's new play CAMPESINOS, London Repertoire (ELECTRA, THE CHURCHILL PLAY, THREE SISTERS, and THE BITE OF THE NIGHT), Fundraising Galas, Stephen Lowe on DIVINE GOSSIP, Feature on Donald Sumpter (w.photo), Bookshelf etc. - 15+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

RSC 1989 director: Terry Hands

STRATFORD

1989: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST) Souvenir Programme
John Carlisle (as Theseus/Oberon), Clare Higgins (as Titania/Hippolyta), Russell Enoch, Amanda Bellamy, Paul Lacoux, Stephen Simms, Sarah Crowden, Paul Webster, David Troughton (as Bottom), Graham Turner (as Flute), Dhobi Oparei, David Shaw-Parker, Jimmy Gardner, Richard McCabe (as Puck), Liza Hayden, Keith Goozee, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Andrew Havill, Neil Richardson, Sharon Hinds, Polly Kemp, Jacqueline Leonard, Krishnan Chauhan, Mandip Jheeta, Charlotte Bridgewater, Fiona Gibson, Robert Handy, Zachary Gregory, Curtis Mason, Mark Seavers, Chloe Trotman, Jodie Ball; dir:John Caird [36pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1989: ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (RST) Souvenir Programme
Gwen Watford (as The Countess), Paul Venables (as Bertram), Patricia Kerrigan (as Helena), Bruce Alexander, Randal Herley, Geoffrey Freshwater, Maxwell Hutcheon, Sarah Booth, Judith Brydon, Jane Gwilliams, Sarah McVicar, Andrew Hesker, Andrew Tansey, Thomas Horton, Tamsin Rand, Elizabeth Sandle, Richard Sandle, Hugh Ross, Clifford Rose, Howard Ward, Rob Edwards, Ian Driver, Jason Flemyng, Daniel James, David Joyce, Niall Refoy, Steven Waddington, Michael Cadman, Helen Blatch, Suzan Sylvester; dir:Barry Kyle [40pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; somewhat rumpled, else VG] £3

1989: PERICLES (The Swan)
Rudolph Walker, Nigel Terry (as Pericles), Suzan Sylvester (as Marina), Michael Cadman, Sarah McVicar, Niall Refoy, Ian Driver, Daniel James, Harry Miller, Ade Sapara, Steven Waddington, Randal Herley, Peter Theedom, Jane Maud, Helen Blatch, Sarah Booth, Jane Gwilliams, Rob Edwards, Dennis Clinton, Russell Dixon, Sally Edwards (as Thaisa); dir:David Thacker [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast list, programme notes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1989: SINGER - Peter Flannery (The Swan)
Joe Melia, Mick Ford, Antony Sher, Malcolm Storry, Russell Dixon, Eric Francis, Harry Miller, Craig Pinder, Peter Theedom, Mark Williams, Alan Cumming, Adrian Hilton, Jane Maud, Helena McCarthy, Cassie Stuart, Clara Onyemere, Ade Sapara, Solomon Onyemere, Lucy Ellis, George Malpas, Joseph O'Conor, Amanda Harris; dir:Terry Hands [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast list, programme notes, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

LONDON

1989: THE TEMPEST (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Nicholas Selby, Colin McCormack, John Wood (as Prospero), Richard Haddon Haines, James Purefoy (as Ferdinand), Alfred Burke, Paul Hargreaves, Patrick Miller, Duncan Bell (as Ariel), John Kane (as Caliban), Desmond Barrit, Campbell Morrison, Peter Lennon, Ken Shorter, Melanie Thaw (as Miranda), Darlene Johnson, Cate Hamer, Julia Lintott, Michael Bott, Maggie Carr, Stephen Gordon, Paul Hargreaves, Peter Lennon, Patrick Miller, Ken Shorter, Julia Tarnoky, Leona Asamoah, Charlotte Hawkins, Nicole Merton, Jennifer Minott, Emma Preston, Leigh Saville; dir:Nicholas Hytner [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1989: MACBETH (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Pip Hinton, Vivienne Rochester, Candida Gubbins, Nicholas Selby, Duncan Bell (as Malcolm), James Purefoy (as Donalbain/Cream-Faced Loon), Ken Shorter, Colin McCormack, Desmond Barrit (as Ross/Porter), Mark Sproston, Peter Lennon, Kenn Sabberton, Miles Anderson (as Macbeth), Tony Armatrading (as Banquo), Amanda Root (as Lady Macbeth), Patrick Miller, Curt Clement-Fletcher, Harry Jameson, John Bott, Maureen Beattie, Paul Fowling, Nimer Rashed, Allison Hamilton, Sarah Morrish, Jamie Bradley, Jethro Ross-Wood, Jill Spurrier, Michael Gardiner, Ian Embleton; dir:Adrian Noble [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1989: THE PLANTAGENETS (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Ralph Fiennes (as Henry VI), Raymond Bowers, David Waller, Cherry Morris, Nicholas Smith, Julian Curry, Tom Fahy, Oliver Cotton (as Buckingham), Robert Demeger, Mark Hadfield, Trevor Gordon, Jeffrey Segal, David Calder (as Duke of York), David Lyon, David Morrissey (as Clarence), Simon Dormandy (as Richmond), Richard Bremmer, Penny Downie (as Queen Margaret), Michael Gardiner, Edward Harbour, Mark Strong, Joanne Pearce, Roger Watkins, Cissy Collins, Ken Sabberton, Simon Downes, Kathleen Christof, Michael Bott, Jack James, Caroline Harding, Christian Dixon, Lyndon Davies, Kevin Doyle, Jaye Griffiths, Candida Gubbins, Julia Tarnoky, Ken Bones (as Edward IV), Anton Lesser (as Richard III), Marjorie Yates, Paul Cuttle, Neil Smith, Ned Mendez, Warren Wald, Edward Peel, Duncan Beiny, James Holland, Joseph Arton, James Goodwin, Geraldine Alexander (as Lady Anne); dir:Adrian Noble [40pp, 8x12; adapted from HENRY VI PTS.I, II & III and RICHARD III; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1989 (5 Feb): THE SUNDAY TIMES Supplement
Contains a 5-page feature on THE PLANTAGENETS, the RSC's nine-hour epic, starring Ralph Fiennes; with illustrated articles, colour character photos of Penny Downie (as Queen Margaret), Ralph Fiennes (as Henry VI), Ken Bones (as Edward IV), Anton Lesser (as Richard III), and portraits of 11 other leading actors; synopsis, booking form for the London performances etc. [76pp, 10x12.5; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1989: THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER - Moss Hart and George S Kaufman (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Marjorie Yates, Marie Mullen, James Purefoy, Stephen Gordon, Melanie Thaw, Marjie Lawrence, Penny Jones, Elizabeth Stewart, Richard Haddon Haines, Maureen Beattie, Jeffrey Segal, John Wood (as Sheridan Whiteside), Cherry Morris, Ralph Fiennes, Michael Gardiner, Paul Sykes, Simon Downes, Ian Embleton, Ken Shorter, Dominic Rickhards, Mark Strong, Estelle Kohler, Barrie Ingham, Desmond Barrit; dir:Gene Saks [32pp, 8x12; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1989: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
John Carlisle (as Theseus/Oberon), Clare Higgins (as Titania/Hippolyta), Russell Enoch, Amanda Bellamy, Paul Lacoux, Stephen Simms, Sarah Crowden, Paul Webster, David Troughton (as Bottom), Graham Turner (as Flute), Dhobi Oparei, David Shaw-Parker, Jimmy Gardner, Richard McCabe (as Puck), Liza Hayden, Ian Embleton, Keith Goozee, Andrew Havill, Neil Richardson, Sharon Hinds, Polly Kemp, Jacqueline Leonard, Halal Miah, Henry Toller, Victoria Avery, Stephanie Bagshaw, John Bingham, Andrew Dicks, Carlie Gabriel, Kemal Ibrahim, Karl Maddix, Lisa O'Connell; dir:John Caird [36pp, 8x12; cast list, production photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1989: THE MASTER BUILDER - Henrik Ibsen, translated by Michael Meyer (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Alfred Burke, Duncan Bell, Geraldine Alexander, John Wood (as Solness), Marjorie Yates, John Bott, Joanne Pearce (as Hilde Wangel), Teresa Banham, Penny Jones, Lynn Kitch, Marjie Lawrence, Elizabeth Stewart, Richard Conway, Ian Embleton, Michael Gardiner; dir:Adrian Noble [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1989: KING JOHN (The Pit)
Nicholas Woodeson (as King John), Cherry Morris, Jack James, Caroline Harding, Richard Bremmer, Edward Harbour, Simon Dormady, David Morrissey (as Faulconbridge), Cissy Collins, Patrick Robinson, Nehme Fadlallah, Susan Engel (as Constance), David Lyon, Ralph Fiennes (as Lewis the Dauphin), Roger Watkins, Robert Demeger, Julian Curry (as Cardinal Pandulph); dir:Deborah Warner [4pp, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, notes; date on cover (6/6/89), else VG] £1

1989: THE LOVE OF THE NIGHTINGALE - Timberlake Wertenbaker (The Pit)
David Acton, Stephen Gordon, Patrick Miller, James Smith, Marie Mullen, Katy Behean, Darlene Johnson, Peter Lennon, Claudette Williams, Cate Hamer, Jill Spurrier, Tony Armatrading, Jenni George, James Black, James Pratt; dir:Garry Hynes [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, notes; VG] £3
1989: THE PLAIN DEALER
1989: THE PLAIN DEALER - William Wycherley (The Pit)
David Calder, Tom Fahy, Trevor Gordon, Kevin Doyle, Pip Donaghy, Geraldine Alexander, Marjorie Yates, Jason Watkins, Joanne Pearce, Jaye Griffiths, Cissy Collins, Christian Dixon, Kathleen Christof, Mark Hadfield, Nicholas Smith, Edward Peel; dir:Ron Daniels [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, notes, credits; VG] £3

1989: THE MAN OF MODE - George Etherege (The Pit)
Miles Anderson (as Mr Dorimant), John Bott, Jane Cox, Pip Donaghy, David Acton, Mark Sproston, Joan Blackham, Jenni George, Joe Melia (as Old Bellair), Dominic Rickhards, Paul Sykes, Marie Mullen (as Mrs Loveit), Maureen Beattie, Katy Behean (as Bellinda), Amanda Root (as Harriet), Claudette Williams, Patricia Lawrence, Ian Embleton, Simon Russell Beale (as Sir Fopling Flutter), Timothy Stark, Charles Miller, Anthony Watson; dir:Garry Hynes [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, notes, credits; VG] £3

1989: SOME AMERICANS ABROAD - Richard Nelson (The Pit)
Anton Lesser, Oliver Cotton, Simon Russell Beale, Amanda Root, Diane Fletcher, Kate Byers, Patricia Lawrence, John Bott, Candida Gubbins, Joe Melia, Caroline Harding; dir:Roger Michell [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, notes, credits; date on cover (17/7/89), else VG] £2

1989: PLAYING WITH TRAINS - Stephen Poliakoff (The Pit)
Lesley Sharp, Simon Russell Beale, Lesley Dunlop, Michael Pennington, Mark Lewis Jones, Robert Demeger, Ralph Fiennes, William Chubb; dir:Ron Daniels [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, notes, credits; date on cover (30/11/89), else VG] £2
1989: ACROSS OKA
1989: ACROSS OKA - Robert Holman (The Pit)
Alfred Burke, Edward Rawle-Hicks, Patricia Lawrence, Jane Cox, Christopher Rozycki, Joan Blackham, Timothy Stark; dir:Sarah Pia Anderson [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, photos, notes, credits; date on cover (27/7/89), else VG] £2

1989: MARY AND LIZZIE - Frank McGuinness (The Pit)
Maureen Beattie (as Mary Burns), Lesley Sharp (as Lizzie Burns), Kate Byers, Maggie Carr, Jane Cox, Candida Gubbins, Caroline Harding, Louise Kerr, Cate Hamer, Pip Hinton, Nicholas Woodeson (as A Magical Priest / Queen Victoria), Darlene Johnson, Robert Demeger (as A Pig / Father), Simon Dormandy (as Karl Marx), Simon Russell Beale (as Frederick Engels), Katy Behean, Timothy Stark; dir:Sarah Pia Anderson [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, notes, credits; date on cover (25/9/89), else VG] £2

1989: RESTORATION - Edward Bond (The Pit)
Simon Russell Beale (as Lord Are), Mark Sproston, Duncan Bell (as Bob Hedges), Colin McCormack, Melanie Thaw, Vivienne Rochester (as Rose), Pip Hinton, Joe Melia, Paul Hargreaves, Alfred Burke, Jane Cox, Patricia Lawrence, Timothy Stark; dir:Roger Michell [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.8x8.25; cast, biographies, notes, credits; date on cover (9/5/89), else VG] £2

1989: OTHELLO (The Young Vic)
Michael Grandage (as Roderigo), Ian McKellen (as Iago), Clive Swift, Willard White (as Othello), Sean Baker, Brian Lawson, David Hounslow, John Burgess, Imogen Stubbs (as Desdemona), Philip Sully, Zoe Wanamaker (as Emilia), Marsha Hunt; dir:Trevor Nunn [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; cast, biographies, notes, credits; VG] £4

1989 (Spring): RSC NEWS
News of the forthcoming 1989 Stratford and London Season, THE WIZARD OF OZ at Stratford (w.3 photos), Focus on Mark Rylance, Gerard Murphy, Harriet Walter, David O'Hara (w.photos), Rebuilding of The Other Place, Awards for The Swan Theatre, London Repertoire: THE PLANTAGENETS w.Ralph Fiennes and Anton Lesser, MACBETH w.Miles Anderson, THE LOVE OF THE NIGHTINGALE, ACROSS OKA, THE TEMPEST w.John Wood, KING JOHN w.David Morrissey, RESTORATION w.Simon Russell Beale, THE PLAIN DEALER w.David Calder, and THE MAN OF MODE w.Miles Anderson and Simon Russell Beale (w.12+ photos), News etc. - 25+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

1989 (Summer): RSC NEWS
Trevor Nunn to direct OTHELLO at The Other Place with Willard White, Ian McKellen, Imogen Stubbs and Zoe Wanamaker, News of The Rose Theatre in Southwark, Stratford Repertoire (A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM w.David Troughton and John Carlisle, HAMLET w.Mark Rylance, Clare Higgins and John Ramm, ROMEO AND JULIET w.Mark Rylance and Georgia Slowe, DOCTOR FAUSTUS w.Gerard Murphy - 7 photos), Dr Robert Wilcher on THE SILENT WOMAN, Feature on Rebecca Saire and Georgia Slowe (w.photos), Forthcoming Season at The Almeida, Tribute to Emrys James (1928-1989) by Terry Hands, Joining Up - Jeffrey Segal joins the RSC, RSC Tours 1989, Bookshelf, Letters etc. - 20+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

1989 (Autumn): RSC NEWS
Forthcoming productions of SHOW BOAT and A CLOCKWORK ORANGE w.Phil Daniels, SINGER w.Antony Sher, Malcolm Storry and Mick Ford (3 photos), Four Stratford actors: Charles Dance, Sophie Thompson, Suzan Sylvester and Gwen Watford (w.photos), Peter Holland on ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, Winter Visitors, Roger Warren on PERICLES, Photos of AS YOU LIKE IT w.Sophie Thompson, and OTHELLO w.Willard White and Ian McKellen, Stephen Poliakoff on his new play PLAYING WITH TRAINS in The Pit (w.photo), Small feature on Michael Pennington (w.photo), New Work at The Almeida, Theatre For The Working Man: John Gorman on the early days of the Unity Theatre, Bookshelf, News, Mark Dignam (1909-1989) Obituary (w.photo) etc. - 20+ photos in all [8pp, 9.75x14.5; VG] £3

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