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OLD VIC 1949-1956
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1949-50 OLD VIC SEASON director: Hugh Hunt
Michael Redgrave, Diana Churchill, Yvonne Mitchell, Angela Baddeley, Miles Malleson, Dorothy Green, Angela Baddeley, Baliol Holloway, Nigel Stock, Paul Rogers, Leo McKern, Michael Aldridge, Wanda Rotha, Peter Copley, Walter Hudd, Nigel Stock

1949 (Oct): SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER - Oliver Goldsmith (Old Vic at the Bournemouth Pavilion)
Miles Malleson, Angela Baddeley, Nigel Stock, Diana Churchill, Yvonne Mitchell, Leslie Glazer, William Eedle, Richard Walter, Leo McKern, Paul Rogers, Rosalind Boxall, Brian Smith, Michael Redgrave, Michael Aldridge (as Hastings), Gordon Whiting, Norman Welsh, Rodney Diak, Jane Wenham, Delia Williams, Leo McKern, Walter Hudd; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x4; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1949 (Oct): SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER - Oliver Goldsmith (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
Miles Malleson, Angela Baddeley, Nigel Stock, Diana Churchill, Yvonne Mitchell, Leslie Glazer, William Eedle, Richard Walter, Leo McKern, Paul Rogers, Rosalind Boxall, Brian Smith, Michael Redgrave, Michael Aldridge (as Hastings), Gordon Whiting, Norman Welsh, Rodney Diak, Jane Wenham, Delia Williams, Leo McKern, Walter Hudd; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp; 5x7.25] £4

1949 (Oct): LOVE'S LABOURS LOST (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
Michael Redgrave, Michael Aldridge, Nigel Stock, Leo McKern, George Benson, Paul Rogers, Brian Smith, Walter Hudd, Angela Baddeley, Jane Wenham, Yvonne Mitchell, Diana Churchill, Mark Dignam, Miles Malleson; dir:Hugh Hunt [8pp; 5x7.25; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1950 (Feb): THE MISER - Moliere (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
Miles Malleson, Michael Aldridge, Diana Churchill, Paul Rogers, Leo McKern, Angela Baddeley; dir:Tyrone Guthrie [8pp; 5x7.25; cover slightly marked; photo not included] £4

1950 (Feb): HAMLET (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
Michael Redgrave, Mark Dignam, Wanda Rotha, Yvonne Mitchell, Wilfrid Walter, Peter Copley, Walter Hudd, Paul Rogers; dir:Hugh Hunt [8pp; 5x7.25; VG; photo not included; minor marks, else VG] £3

1949 (Oct-Dec): YELLOW REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Oct-Dec 1949 (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
LOVE'S LABOURS LOST, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY, THE MISER, HAMLET [8pp, 3.75x5; production credits, company list, schedule of performances, booking details, etc.; minor marks, else VG] £2

1949 (Nov-Dec): YELLOW REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Nov-Dec 1949 (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
LOVE'S LABOURS LOST, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY, THE MISER, HAMLET [8pp, 3.75x5; production credits, company list, schedule of performances, booking details, etc.; staples slightly rusty, else VG] £2

1949-50 (Dec-Jan): YELLOW REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Dec 1949 - Jan 1950 (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
LOVE'S LABOURS LOST, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY, THE MISER, HAMLET [8pp, 3.75x5; production credits, company list, schedule of performances, booking details, etc.; staples slightly rusty, else VG] £2

1949-50 (Dec-Feb): YELLOW REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Dec 1949 - Feb 1950 (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
LOVE'S LABOURS LOST, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY, THE MISER, HAMLET [8pp, 3.75x5; production credits, company list, schedule of performances, booking details, etc.; slightly rumpled, staples slightly rusty, else VG] £2

1950 (Jan-Mch): YELLOW REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Jan-Mch 1950 (Old Vic at The New Theatre)
LOVE'S LABOURS LOST, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY, THE MISER, HAMLET [8pp, 3.75x5; production credits, company list, schedule of performances, booking details, etc.; minor marks, slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1949-50: THE OLD VIC THEATRE COMPANY 1949-1950
LOVE'S LABOURS LOST, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY, THE MISER, and HAMLET w.Michael Redgrave, Baliol Holloway, Miles Malleson, Mark Dignam, Walter Hudd, Angela Baddeley, George Benson, Yvonne Mitchell, Michael Aldridge, Nigel Stock, Diana Churchill, Jane Wenham, Paul Rogers, Gordon Whiting, Rosalind Boxall, Hugh Hunt, Berkeley Sutcliffe, Michael Benthall, Alan Barlow, Michel Saint-Denis, Tanya Moisiewitsch, Tyrone Guthrie, George Benda, Laurence Irving [28pp, 7.25x9.75 softback book; 24 photographic portraits, 6 production shots, designs (including 2 in colour) and articles; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £11

1950-51 OLD VIC SEASON director: Hugh Hunt
Peggy Ashcroft, Roger Livesey, Ursula Jeans, Dorothy Tutin, Richard Pasco, Robert Eddison, Leo McKern, Paul Rogers, William Devlin, Alec Clunes

1950 (14 Nov): TWELFTH NIGHT 14 Nov 1950 - Re-opening of The Old Vic Theatre (Old Vic)
Alec Clunes (as Orsino), James Grout, Richard Pasco, Mark Dignam, Roger Livesey (as Sir Toby Belch), Robert Eddison (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Leo McKern, Paul Rogers (as Malvolio), Pierre Lefevre, William Devlin, Paul Hansard, Anthony Van Bridge, Peggy Ashcroft (as Viola), Pauline Jameson, Ursula Jeans (as Olivia), Dorothy Tutin (as Page), Richard Walter, Rupert Davies, Sheila Ballantine; dir:Hugh Hunt [4pp on card; VG] £4

1950-51: TWELFTH NIGHT (Old Vic)
Alec Clunes (as Orsino), James Grout, Richard Pasco, Mark Dignam, Roger Livesey (as Sir Toby Belch), Robert Eddison (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Leo McKern, Paul Rogers (as Malvolio), Pierre Lefevre, William Devlin, Paul Hansard, Anthony Van Bridge, Peggy Ashcroft (as Viola), Pauline Jameson, Ursula Jeans (as Olivia), Dorothy Tutin (as Page), Richard Walter, Rupert Davies, Sheila Ballantine; dir: Hugh Hunt [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, notes, credits etc.; VG] £5

1950-51: BARTHOLOMEW FAIR - Ben Jonson (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, Richard Pasco, Dorothy Tutin, Douglas Wilmer, Alec Clunes, Robert Eddison, Ursula Jeans, Dorothy Green, Mark Dignam, Roger Livesey, Sheila Ballantine, Leo McKern, Rupert Davies, William Devlin, James Grout, George Speaight; dir:George Devine, music:Jani Strasser [8pp; 5x7.25; yellow; light horizontal bend, else VG] £3

1950-51: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Old Vic)
Roger Livesey (as Sir John Falstaff), Alec Clunes (as Ford), Douglas Campbell, William Devlin, Robert Eddison, Mark Dignam, Paul Rogers (as Doctor Caius), Paul Hansard, Rupert Davies, John Blatchley, Douglas Wilmer, Leo McKern, Brian Smith, Richard Pasco, Peter Duguid, James Grout, John Walker, Ursula Jeans (as Mistress Ford), Peggy Ashcroft (as Mistress Page), Dorothy Tutin (as Anne Page), Nuna Davey, Sheila Ballantine, Bernard Kay, Lee Montague; dir:Hugh Hunt [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £4

1950-51: CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S CONVERSION - George Bernard Shaw (Old Vic)
William Devlin, John Blatchley, John Ebdon, John Walker, Ursula Jeans, Mark Dignam, Anthony Van Bridge, Roger Livesey, Rupert Davies, Douglas Wilmer, James Grout, Richard Walter, Douglas Campbell, Lawrence Davidson, Brian Matthew, Richard Pasco; dir:Hugh Hunt [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, synopsis of scenes, credits etc.; VG] £4

1950-51: ELECTRA - Sophocles, and THE WEDDING - Anton Chekhov (Old Vic)
Electra: Robert Eddison, Pierre Lefevre, Leo McKern, Peggy Ashcroft, Pauline Jameson, Catherine Lacey, Paul Rogers, Lee Montague, Margaret Chisholm; The Wedding: Peter Duguid, Nuna Davey, Dorothy Tutin, Norman Ayrton, Paul Hansard, Sheila Ballantine, Leo McKern, Paul Rogers, Pierre Lefevre, Lee Montague, James Wellman, Christopher Burgess, Michael Keir, Rex Robinson, Bernard Kay; dir:Michel Saint-Denis (Electra), George Devine (Wedding) [8pp 5x7.25 yellow; cast lists, credits etc.; minor marks else VG] £3

1950-51: KING HENRY V (Old Vic)
Roger Livesey (as Chorus), Alec Clunes (as King Henry the Fifth), Richard Pasco (as Duke of Gloucester), Edward Thorpe, Mark Dignam, Richard Walter, Anthony Van Bridge, Peter Duguid, James Grout, Rupert Davies, James Wellman, Leo McKern, Pierre Lefevre, William Devlin (as Fluellen), Brian Matthew, John Walker, Robert Eddison (as Pistol), John Blatchley, Brian Smith, Douglas Wilmer, Paul Rogers (as Lewis the Dauphin/Duke of Burgundy), Paul Hansard, Douglas Campbell, John Ebdon, Edward Leslie, Dorothy Green, Dorothy Tutin (as Katherine), Pauline Jameson, Nuna Davey, Joan Poulter, Bernard Kay, Lee Montague; dir:Glen Byam Shaw [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; VG] £4

1951 (Apr): ELECTRA - Sophocles, and THE WEDDING - Anton Chekhov (New Theatre Oxford)
Electra: Robert Eddison, Pierre Lefevre, Leo McKern, Peggy Ashcroft, Pauline Jameson, Catherine Lacey, Paul Rogers, Lee Montague, Margaret Chisholm; The Wedding: Peter Duguid, Nuna Davey, Dorothy Tutin, Norman Ayrton, Paul Hansard, Sheila Ballantine, Leo McKern, Paul Rogers, Pierre Lefevre, Lee Montague, James Wellman, Christopher Burgess, Michael Keir, Rex Robinson, Bernard Kay; dir:Michel Saint-Denis (Electra), George Devine (Wedding) [8pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1951 (Oct): OTHELLO (New Theatre Oxford)
Douglas Campbell (as Othello), Paul Rogers, Irene Worth, Coral Browne, Robert Shaw, Ernest Milton, Nicholas Hannen, Patrick Wymark; dir:Michael Langham [8pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1950 (Nov): YELLOW REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Nov 1950 (Old Vic) First productions at the re-opened Old Vic
TWELFTH NIGHT, BARTHOLOMEW FAIR, HENRY V, ELECTRA and THE WEDDING, CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S CONVERSION [8pp, 3.75x5; production credits, booking information, note on Twelfth Night, company list, announcement of forthcoming productions, details of the Young Vic Company, Bristol Old Vic Company, Old Vic Theatre School, booking details, etc.] £2

1950-51 (Dec-May): WHITE REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Dec-May 1950 (Old Vic)
THE BLACK ARROW, BARTHOLOMEW FAIR, MERCHANT OF VENICE, TWELFTH NIGHT, HENRY V, ELECTRA, THE WEDDING, CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S CONVERSION [single white sheet; 5.75x9; press comments, how to book, etc.] £2

1951 (Feb-Jun): REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Feb-June 1951 Festival of Britain (Old Vic)
Peggy Ashcroft, Roger Livesey, Ursula Jeans, Alec Clunes in TWELFTH NIGHT, BARTHOLOMEW FAIR, HENRY V, ELECTRA, THE WEDDING, CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S CONVERSION, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR [4pp; 3.75x5; performance schedule; see scan above - A+] £2

1951 (Jan): THE VIC-WELLS ASSOCIATION Magazine No.49 January 1951 (Old Vic)
Issue of The Vic-Wells Association Magazine relating to the re-opening of the Old Vic in November 1950: Prologue spoken by Dame Edith Evans at the re-opening of the Old Vic, Curtain fall speech by Hugh Hunt, 14th November 1950, Red Letter Day by Harcourt Williams, The Opening of The Royal Coburg Theatre by R P Mander, Message from The Chairman, L L'Estrange Malone, notices etc. [12pp, 5.5x8.5; uncommon; tiny split to spine, else VG] £5

1951-52 OLD VIC SEASON director: Hugh Hunt
Irene Worth, Paul Rogers, Kenneth Griffith, Jill Balcon, Douglas Campbell, Coral Browne, Donald Wolfit, Alan Badel, Stephen Murray, Leo McKern, Andre Morell, Richard Pasco, John Neville, Robert Shaw

1951 (w/c 24 Sep): OTHELLO (Old Vic at The Pavilion, Bournemouth)
James Ottaway, Nicholas Hannen, Rupert Davies, Ernest Milton, Douglas Campbell (as Othello), Robert Shaw, Paul Rogers (as Iago), Douglas Wilmer, Anthony Van Bridge, Irene Worth (as Desdemona, "her first Shakespearean role"), Coral Browne (as Emilia), Ninka Dolega, Daniel Thorndike, Patrick Wymark, Christopher Hancock; dir:Michael Langham [4pp, 4.5x6.75; Prior to production at The Old Vic Theatre, London (on October 31st); VG] £3



1951-52: TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT - Christopher Marlowe (Old Vic/24 Sep 1951)
Donald Wolfit, Kenneth Griffith, David Waller, John Blatchley, Reginald Tate, George Murcell, Jill Balcon, Richard Pasco, Lee Montague, John Abineri, Leo McKern, Margaret Rawlings, Wolfe Morris, Peter Coke, David Greene; dir:Tyrone Guthrie [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; photos not included; minor marks, else VG] £5

1951 (Oct): small flyer for TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT and THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE (Old Vic at Shakespeare Memorial Theatre)
Donald Wolfit, Margaret Rawlings, Reginald Tate, Jill Balcon, Leo McKern, Kenneth Griffith, Richard Pasco; Tamburlaine dir:Tyrone Guthrie, Clandestine Marriage dir:Hilton Edwards [single orange sheet; 4.5x7; full company list, comments on the productions; see scan above - A+] £2

1951-52: OTHELLO (Old Vic/31 Oct 1951)
Douglas Campbell (as Othello), Paul Rogers, Irene Worth, Coral Browne, Robert Shaw, Ernest Milton, Nicholas Hannen; dir:Michael Langham [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1951-52: THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE - George Colman and David Garrick (Old Vic/5 Dec 1951)
Joan Poulter, Charmian Eyre, Peter Coke, Ernest Hare (as Mr Sterling), Rosalind Iden (as Miss Sterling), Wynne Clarke, Sheila Cooper, John Blatchley, Leo McKern (as Brush), Yvonne Bonnamy, Donald Wolfit (as Lord Ogleby), Andre Morell, John Abineri, John Phillips, Wolfe Morris, Robert Welles, David Waller, Wolfe Morris, Richard Pasco, Lee Montague; dir:Hilton Edwards [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; minor marks, slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1951-52: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Old Vic/26 Dec 1951)
Douglas Campbell, Jan Bashford, Anthony Van Bridge, Jane Wenham, Irene Worth (as Helena), Robert Shaw (as Lysander), Douglas Wilmer, Daniel Thorndike, Alan Badel (as Quince), James Ottaway, Paul Rogers (as Bottom), John Walker, Rupert Davies, Percy Herbert, Kenneth Griffith (as Oberon), Jill Balcon (as Titania), Terry Wale, Spencer Chapman, Kenneth Ingram, Kenneth Bovaird, Peter Soinne, Patrick Wymark; dir:Tyrone Guthrie [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1951-52: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Old Vic/19 Feb 1952)
Bristol Old Vic Company: John Neville (as Valentine), Laurence Payne (as Proteus), Newton Blick, Pamela Alan (as Julia), Patricia Blyton, Norman Tyrrell, Gudrun Ure (as Silvia), Michael Aldridge (as Launce), William Squire, Norman Tyrrell, Peter Howell, Eleanor Drew, Robert Wilson, Jane Chapman, Julian Slade, Myrfyn Owen, Kenneth Cope, Christopher Burgess, David Edwards, Robert Harris; dir:Denis Carey [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1951-52: KING LEAR (Old Vic/3 Mch 1952)
Andrew Morell, John Phillips (as Gloucester), Lee Montague (as Edmund), Freda Jackson (as Goneril), Ernest Hare, Coral Browne (as Regan), David Waller, Stephen Murray (as King Lear), Daphne Slater (as Cordelia), Philip Mellor, Philip Pearman, Peter Coke (as Edgar), John Blatchley, Robert Welles, Leo McKern (as Fool), Robert Gage, Richard Pasco (as Old Man), Wolfe Morris, John Colicos, Rex Robinson, John Abineri, Yvonne Bonnamy, Joan Poulter; dir:Hugh Hunt[8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1951-52: THE OTHER HEART - James Forsyth (Old Vic/15 Apr 1952)
Paul Rogers, John Horsley, Percy Herbert, Philip Mellor, Douglas Campbell, Kenneth Griffith, Alan Badel, Douglas Wilmer, Daniel Thorndike, Patrick Wymark, Sheila Ballantine, Marie Ney, Irene Worth, Anthony Van Bridge, Rupert Davies, James Ottaway, Joan Plowright, Roger Gage, Rex Robinson, John Walker; dir:Michael Langham [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1951-52: TIMON OF ATHENS (Old Vic/28 May 1952)
Andre Morell (as Timon), Peter Coke (as Alcibiades), Leo McKern (as Apemantus), John Phillips, David Waller, John Colicos, Ernest Hare, Graham Squire, Peter Sallis, Donald Finlay, Jack Cunningham, Robert Welles, Will Leighton, Lee Montague, Richard Pasco (as Lucilius), John Abineri, John Blatchley, Wolfe Morris, Murray Gilmore, Joan Poulter, Yvonne Bonnamy, Cyril Crook, David Hall, Colin Mann, Philip Mellor, Antony Vercoe, George Vernon, David Watkin-Jones; dir:Tyrone Guthrie [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1952 (30 June-19 July): THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Old Vic)
Bristol Old Vic Company: John Neville (as Valentine), Laurence Payne (as Proteus), Newton Blick, Pamela Alan (as Julia), Patricia Blyton, Peter Howell, Norman Tyrrell, Gudrun Ure (as Silvia), Michael Aldridge (as Launce), Myles Redge, William Squire, Eleanor Drew, Robert Wilson, Jane Chapman, Julian Slade, Myrfyn Owen, Kenneth Cope, Christopher Burgess, David Edwards, Robert Harris; dir:Denis Carey [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1952 (21 July-2 August): HENRY VI Part III (Old Vic)
Birmingham Repertory Company: Jack May (as Henry VI), John Greenwood, Redmond Phillips, Alan Rowe, Bernard Hepton, William Driver, Michel Bazalgette, Alan Nunn, Alan Bridges (as Duke of York), Basil Henson (as Edward IV), Christine Finn, Alfred Burke (as Clarence), Paul Daneman (as Richard of Gloucester), William Avenell, Edgar Wreford, Hugh O'Neill, Anthony Newlands, Rosalind Boxall (as Queen Margaret), Josee Richard, Edna Bigland, Ann Kindred, Rae Lawley, Michael Ramsey, Michael Bell, Neville Challoner, Keith Davies, Philip Dudley, George Fredericks, Kenneth Greed, Brian Hankins, John Probert; dir:Douglas Seale [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow] £3

1952 (11 Jul): WILLIAM POEL COMMEMORATION 11th July 1952 (Old Vic)
Edith Evans, Robert Atkins, Lewis Casson, Russell Thorndike, Margaret Halstan, Adele Dixon, Ernest Milton, Esme Percy, Barbara Jefford, Robert Speaight, Hermione Gingold, Helen Haye [8pp; 5.25x8.25; rumpled, and non-affecting bite out of inner page; 2 newspaper clippings tipped in; highly unusual] £5

1951-52 (Sep-Jun): REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Sep 1951 - Jun 1952 (Old Vic)
Donald Wolfit, Reginald Tate, Nicholas Hannen, Ernest Milton, Paul Rogers, Peter Coke, Leo McKern, Douglas Campbell, Kenneth Griffith, Ernest Hare, Douglas Wilmer, John Blatchley, Anthony van Bridge, Rupert Davies, John Phillips, James Ottaway, Robert Shaw, Wolfe Morris, David Waller, Richard Pasco, James Grout, Robert Welles, John Walker, Michael Godley, Margaret Rawlings, Irene Worth, Coral Browne, Rosalind Iden, Jill Balcon, Ninka Dolega, Jane Wenham, Avril Conquest in TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT, OTHELLO, THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, KING LEAR, THE OTHER HEART, TIMON OF ATHENS [12pp; 3.75x4.5; company list, notes on the plays, performance schedule, ticket information, Season Ticket form etc.; staples slightly rusty, else VG] £3

1952-53 OLD VIC SEASON director: Hugh Hunt
Peter Finch, Claire Bloom, Alan Badel, Paul Rogers, Irene Worth, Robert Donat, Alexander Knox, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Laurence Payne, Robin Bailey, William Devlin, Jack May, Edgar Wreford, Richard Pasco, Daphne Heard, Phyllida Law, Andree Melly, Alan Dobie, James Maxwell, Douglas Rain, Eric Thompson

1952-53: AN ITALIAN STRAW HAT - Eugene Labiche (18 Nov 1952/Old Vic)
Jane Wenham, Wolfe Morris, William Squire, Laurence Payne (as Fadinard), John Phillips, Yvonne Coulette, Newton Blick, Gudrun Ure, Michael Redington, Noel Dyson, Paul Rogers, Barbara Cavan, John Warner, George Murcell, Barbara Grimes, Peter Finch, Denis Raymond, John Breslin, Marjorie Field, Daphne Heard, Phyllida Law, Andree Melly, Alan Dobie, James Maxwell, Douglas Rain, Eric Thompson; dir:Denis Carey [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1952-53: ROMEO AND JULIET (Old Vic/15 Sep 1952)
William Devlin (as Chorus/Escalus), Wolfe Morris, George Murcell, Hugh David, John Breslin, Laurence Payne, William Squire, Rupert Harvey, Daphne Heard, John Phillips, Yvonne Coulette, Peter Finch (as Mercutio), John Warner, Alan Badel (as Romeo), Newton Blick, Athene Seyler (as Nurse), Claire Bloom (as Juliet), Robert Welles, Lewis Casson (as Friar Laurence), Alan Dobie, John Breslin, Churton Fairman, Bernard Kilby, James Maxwell, Donald Pickering, Douglas Rain, Denis Raymond, Lloyd Reckord, Bruce Sharman, Eric Thompson, Barbara Grimes, Phyllida Law, Andree Melly; dir:Hugh Hunt [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1952-53: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Old Vic/6 Jan 1953)
Douglas Campbell (as Antonio), Patrick Wymark, Tony Van Bridge, Robert Urquhart, William Squire, Richard Gale, Jane Wenham, Irene Worth (as Portia), James Maxwell, Eric Thompson, Paul Rogers (as Shylock), George Murcell, Kenneth Connor, Newton Blick, John Breslin, Claire Bloom (as Jessica), John Warner, Wolfe Morris, Daniel Thorndike, Barbara Grimes, Phyllida Law, Andree Melly, Alan Dobie, Bernard Kilby, Douglas Rain, Denis Raymond, Lloyd Reckord, Bruce Sharman; dir:Hugh Hunt [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1952-53: JULIUS CAESAR (Old Vic/24 Feb 1953)
Douglas Campbell (as Caesar/Octavius Caesar), William Squire (as Casca), Robin Bailey (as Mark Antony), William Devlin (as Brutus), Paul Rogers (as Cassius), Newton Blick, James Maxwell, Terry Wale, John Warner, Daniel Thorndike, Patrick Wymark, Helen Cherry (as Portia), Bernard Kilby, Bruce Sharman, Percy Herbert, Eugene Leahy, Tony Van Bridge, Denis Raymond, Wolfe Morris, Douglas Rain, Alan Dobie, George Murcell, Garth Adams, Peter Augustine, John Beary, David Benson, Denzil Ellis, Norman Fraser, Philip Gale, Pat Horgan, Alan John, Gerald Limbrick, Johan Malherre, Henry Mara, Desmond Rayner, John Stockbridge, Eric Thompson, Barbara Grimes, Phyllida Law; dir:Hugh Hunt [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1952-53: MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL - T S Eliot (Old Vic/31 Mch 1953)
Robert Donat (as Archbishop Thomas Becket), Alan Dobie, Wolfe Morris, Patrick Wymark, Bruce Sharman, John Warner, Douglas Campbell, Newton Blick, William Squire, Paul Rogers, Robin Bailey, Daniel Thorndike, John Phillips, Eric Thompson, Yvonne Coulette, Phyllida Law, Andree Melly, Janet Joye, Irene Sutcliffe; dir:Robert Helpmann [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1952-53: KING HENRY VIII (Old Vic/6 May 1953)
Wynne Clark, Leo Genn, John Phillips, Eric Thompson, Patrick Wymark, Alexander Knox (as Cardinal Wolsey), Laurence Hardy, David Waller, Garth Adams, Paul Rogers (as King Henry VIII), Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies (as Queen Katharine), Wolfe Morris, Robert Hardy, James Ottaway, Alan Dobie, Bernard Kilby, Jeanette Sterke, Newton Blick, John Warner, Bruce Sharman, Daniel Thorndike, Timothy Bateson, Margaret Courtenay, Norman Fraser, Denis Raymond, Terry Wale, William Squire (as Cranmer), Phyllida Law; dir:Tyrone Guthrie [12pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1952 (6 May): KING HENRY VIII - Gala in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen (Old Vic)
Wynne Clark, Leo Genn, John Phillips, Eric Thompson, Patrick Wymark, Alexander Knox (as Cardinal Wolsey), Laurence Hardy, David Waller, Garth Adams, Paul Rogers (as King Henry VIII), Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies (as Queen Katharine), Wolfe Morris, Robert Hardy, James Ottaway, Alan Dobie, Bernard Kilby, Jeanette Sterke, Newton Blick, John Warner, Bruce Sharman, Daniel Thorndike, Timothy Bateson, Margaret Courtenay, Norman Fraser, Denis Raymond, Terry Wale, William Squire (as Cranmer), Phyllida Law; dir:Tyrone Guthrie [8pp, 5x7.5; card cover; slightly rumpled, else ] £3

1953: HENRY VI Part I (Old Vic/13 July 1953)
Birmingham Repertory Company: Jack May (as Henry VI), Edgar Wreford (as Duke of Gloucester), William Driver, John Unicomb, Alfred Burke, Alan Rowe, John Arnatt (as Duke of York), Peter Henchie, Hugh O'Neill, Richard Pasco (as Duke of Suffolk), Alan Bridges, John Greenwood, Norman Pitt, Eric Jones, John Rollason, Redmond Phillips, Bernard Hepton (as Charles the Dauphin), William Avenell, Kenneth Williams (as Burgundy), Frederick Treves, Alan Nunn, Rosalind Boxall (as Margaret), Nancie Jackson (as Joan la Pucelle), Eleanore Bryan, Barbara Burke, Kathleen Canty, Jean Robbins, Dorothy White, Ivan Booth, Philip Dudley, Kenneth Greed, Neville Hodgson, Michael Robbins, Robert Stafford, David Sutton, Humphrey Stanbury; dir:Douglas Seale [8pp, 5x7.25 (yellow); cast list, synopsis, credits etc.; minor marks else VG] £4

1953: HENRY VI Part II (Old Vic/14 July 1953)
Birmingham Repertory Company: Jack May (as Henry VI), Edgar Wreford (as Duke of Gloucester), Alfred Burke, John Arnatt (as Duke of York), Alan Bridges, Alan Rowe, Richard Pasco (as Duke of Suffolk), Peter Henchie, John Unicomb, Alan Nunn, Frederick Treves, Bernard Hepton (as Earl of Warwick), Eric Jones, Kenneth Williams (as John Hume/Smith), Norman Pitt, John Greenwood, Redmond Phillips, William Driver, William Avenell (as Jack Cade), Rosalind Boxall (as Queen Margaret), Nancie Jackson, Jean Robbins, Kathleen Canty, Eleanore Bryan, Barbara Burke, Dorothy White, Ivan Booth, Philip Dudley, Kenneth Greed, Neville Hodgson, Hugh O'Neill, Michael Robbins, Jon Rollason, Robert Stafford, Humphrey Stanbury, David Sutton; dir:Douglas Seale [8pp, 5x7.25 (yellow); cast list, synopsis, credits etc.; minor marks else VG] £4

1953: HENRY VI Part III (Old Vic/15 July 1953)
Birmingham Repertory Company: Jack May (as Henry VI), John Greenwood, Redmond Phillips, Alan Rowe, John Unicomb, Richard Pasco (as Earl of Oxford), Norman Pitt, Alan Nunn, John Arnatt (as Duke of York), Alan Bridges (as Edward IV), Kenneth Williams (as Rutland), Alfred Burke (as Clarence), Edgar Wreford (as Duke of Gloucester), Hugh O'Neill, William Avenell, Bernard Hepton (as Earl of Warwick), Frederick Treves, Eric Jones, William Driver, Peter Henchie, Rosalind Boxall (as Margaret), Eleanore Bryan, Nancie Jackson, Barbara Burke, Kathleen Canty, Jean Robbins, Dorothy White, Ivan Booth, Philip Dudley, Kenneth Greed, Neville Hodgson, Michael Robbins, Jon Rollason, Robert Stafford, Humphrey Stanbury, David Sutton; dir:Douglas Seale [8pp, 5x7.25 (yellow); cast list, synopsis, credits etc.; tiny edge tear, else VG] £4

1953 (w/c 6 July): HENRY VIII (Old Vic at The Opera House, Manchester)
Old Vic Company: Wynne Clark, Robert Eddison (as Duke of Buckingham), John Phillips, Eric Thompson, Patrick Wymark, Alexander Knox (as Cardinal Wolsey), David Waller, Dennis Chinnery, Garth Adams, Paul Rogers (as King Henry VIII), Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies (as Queen Katharine), Wolfe Morris, Tony Van Bridge, James Ottaway, Alan Dobie, Bernard Kilby, Jeanette Sterke, Newton Blick, John Warner, Michael Reddington, Daniel Thorndike, David Terence, Margaret Courtenay, Norman Fraser, Denis Raymond, Terry Wale, Douglas Wilmer (as Cranmer), Phyllida Law; dir:Tyrone Guthrie [12pp, 5.75x9; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1953 (w/c 27 July): HENRY VIII (Old Vic at New Theatre Oxford)
Old Vic Company: Wynne Clark, Robert Eddison (as Duke of Buckingham), John Phillips, Eric Thompson, Patrick Wymark, Alexander Knox (as Cardinal Wolsey), David Waller, Dennis Chinnery, Garth Adams, Paul Rogers (as King Henry VIII), Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies (as Queen Katharine), Wolfe Morris, Tony Van Bridge, James Ottaway, Alan Dobie, Bernard Kilby, Jeanette Sterke, Newton Blick, John Warner, Michael Reddington, Daniel Thorndike, David Terence, Margaret Courtenay, Norman Fraser, Denis Raymond, Terry Wale, Douglas Wilmer (as Cranmer), Phyllida Law; dir:Tyrone Guthrie [8pp, 5.5x8.75; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £2

1953-54 OLD VIC SEASON director: Michael Benthall
HAMLET, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, KING JOHN, TWELFTH NIGHT, CORIOLANUS, and THE TEMPEST
Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, John Neville, Michael Hordern, Fay Compton, Robert Hardy, Paul Daneman

1953-54: HAMLET (Old Vic)
Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, Michael Hordern, Fay Compton; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; 4 photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1953-54: THE TEMPEST (Old Vic)
Michael Hordern, Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, John Neville, Robert Hardy; dir:Robert Helpmann [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; 4 portrait photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1953-54: CORIOLANUS (Old Vic)
Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, Fay Compton, Paul Daneman; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; 4 photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1954 (23 Apr): SHAKESPEARE BIRTHDAY PERFORMANCE (Old Vic)
Richard Burton (as Prologue, Hamlet, Sir Toby Belch, Coriolanus), John Neville (as Bertram, Lewis the Dauphin, Cominius), John Dearth, Edgar Wreford, Michael Hordern (as Parolles, Malvolio, Prospero), Bruce Sharman, Robert Gillespie, John Greenwood, David Rose, Job Steward, Clifford Williams, Claire Bloom (as Ophelia, Viola, Virgilia), Laurence Hardy, William Squire, Paul Daneman, Fay Compton (as Constance, Volumnia), Ronald Hines, John Lamin, Neville Teede, Barbara Clegg, Gwen Cherrell, Nina Marriott, Mary Steele, Christopher Cresswell, Timothy Bateson, David William, Robin Barbary, Jeremy Geidt, Neil Landor, James Maxwell, Michael Ramsey, Stephen Rich, Arthur Skinner, Robert Hardy (as Ariel); dir:Michael Benthall [12pp, 5x7.25; yellow; cast lists, 6 character photos (Michael Hordern as Malvolio, Richard Burton as Sir Toby Belch, Claire Bloom as Ophelia, Fay Compton as Gertrude, Richard Burton and Claire Bloom as Hamlet and Ophelia, and Fay Compton as Constance) and 8 production photos (Hamlet, Twelfth Night x 2, King John, Coriolanus x 2, All's Well That Ends Well x 2), credits etc.; uncommon; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1953-54: TWELFTH NIGHT (Old Vic)
John Neville (as Orsino), Robin Barbary, James Maxwell, Claire Bloom (as Viola), Ronald Hines, Richard Burton (as Sir Toby Belch), Barbara Clegg, William Squire, Paul Daneman, Gwen Cherrell (as Olivia), Michael Hordern (as Malvolio), Edgar Wreford, Robert Hardy, Bruce Sharman, Bernard Horsfall, Arthur Skinner, Robert Gillespie, Clifford Williams; dir:Denis Carey [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1953-54: KING JOHN (Old Vic)
Michael Hordern (as King John), Viola Lyel (as Queen Elinor), Robert Hardy, Maxwell Gardiner, Neville Teede, John Dearth, David William, Bernard Horsfall, Richard Burton (as Faulconbridge), Nancy Stewart, Jeremy Geidt, William Squire, John Neville (as Lewis the Dauphin), Nicky Edmett, Fay Compton (as Constance), Laurence Hardy, James Maxwell, Gwen Cherrell, Ronald Hines, Edgar Wreford, John Lamin, Michael Ramsey, Paul Daneman, Robert Gillespie, Robin Barbary, Timothy Bateson, John Greenwood, Anthony Lang, David Rose, Bruce Sharman, Arthur Skinner, Job Stewart, Clifford Williams; dir:George Devine [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; cast list, credits etc.; 4 photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1953-54: ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (Old Vic)
Fay Compton (as Countess of Rossillion), John Neville (as Bertram), William Squire, Claire Bloom (as Helena), Anthony Lang, Michael Hordern (as Parolles), Ronald Hines, Laurence Hardy, John Dearth, Edgar Wreford, Michael Ramsey, David William, Bernard Horsfall, Arthur Skinner, Maxwell Gardiner, Jeremy Geidt, John Lamin, Timothy Bateson, Viola Lyel, Gwen Cherrell, Barbara Clegg, Bruce Sharman, Robert Gillespie, John Greenwood, David Rose, Job Stewart, Clifford Williams; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; cast list, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1953 (Sep-Oct): REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Sep-Oct 1953 (Old Vic)
Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, Michael Hordern, Fay Compton, John Neville, Robert Hardy, John Wood in HAMLET, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL [8pp; 3.5x4.5; performance schedule, casting, prices, notes; rumpled] £2

1953 (Oct-Nov): REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Oct-Nov 1953 (Old Vic)
Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, Michael Hordern, Fay Compton, John Neville, Robert Hardy, John Wood, Paul Daneman in HAMLET, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, KING JOHN [8pp, 3.5x4.5; performance schedule, casting, prices, notes] £3

1954-55 OLD VIC SEASON director: Michael Benthall
MACBETH, LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, RICHARD II, AS YOU LIKE IT, HENRY IV Part 1, and HENRY IV Part 2
Paul Rogers, Ann Todd, John Neville, Eric Porter, Virginia McKenna, Robert Hardy, John Wood

1954-55: MACBETH (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, Ann Todd, John Neville, Eric Porter (as Banquo), Rachel Roberts, Clifford Williams (as a Witch), Robert Hardy (as Duncan), Paul Daneman, John Wood (as Lennox), Alan Dobie, Laurence Hardy, Geoffrey Chater, Aubrey Morris, Gwen Cherrell, Bunny May (as son to Macduff), Charles Gray, Ronald Fraser, John Woodvine; dir: Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 5 photos; with ticket!] £5

1954-55: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, John Neville, Eric Porter, Ann Todd, Robert Hardy, Aubrey Morris, Michael Bates, Bunny May, Rachel Roberts, Gwen Cherrell, Virginia McKenna, Paul Daneman, Laurence Hardy, Charles Gray, Geoffrey Chater, Ronald Fraser, Clifford Williams, John Woodvine, Alan Dobie, John Wood; dir:Frith Banbury [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; 5 photos] £4

1954-55: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, Ann Todd, Eric Porter; dir:Denis Carey [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; 5 photos] £4

1954-55: AS YOU LIKE IT (Old Vic)
Virginia McKenna, Paul Rogers, John Neville, Eric Porter; dir:Robert Helpmann [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; 5 photos] £4

1954-55: RICHARD II (Old Vic)
John Neville, Eric Porter, Virginia McKenna; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; 5 photos; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1954-55: HENRY IV PT I (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, Robert Hardy, John Neville, Eric Porter, Ann Todd; dir:Douglas Seale [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; 5 photos] £4

1954-55: HENRY IV PT II (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, Charles Gray, John Woodvine, Daniel Thorndike, Geoffrey Chater, Rachel Roberts, Ronald Fraser, Robert Hardy, Michael Bates, Ann Todd, Job Stewart, Gwen Cherrell, John Neville, Eric Porter, John Wood, Paul Daneman, Alan Dobie, Clifford Williams; dir:Douglas Seale [8pp, 5x7.25 yellow; 5 photos] £4

1954 (Nov)-1955 (Jan): REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Nov 1954-Jan 1955 (Old Vic)
Ann Todd, Paul Rogers, Virginia McKenna, John Neville, Eric Porter, Laurence Hardy, Gwen Cherrell, Robert Hardy, Paul Daneman, Meredith Edwards, Michael Bates, Eleanore Bryan, Rachel Roberts, Mary Hignett, Alan Dobie, Clifford Williams, Nicholas Amer, Geoffrey Chater, Aubrey Morris, Job Stewart, Robin Barbary, John Wood, Robert Gillespie, Christopher Burgess, Ronald Fraser, Charles Gray, Raymond Llewellyn, Brian Rawlinson, Anthony White, Arthur Blake, Murray Hayne, Donald Moffat, Loretta Davett, Anne Robson, Jane Jacobs, Kerrigan Prescott, Bunny May, John Woodvine in MACBETH (dir: Michael Benthall), LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (dir: Frith Banbury), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (dir: Denis Carye), RICHARD II (dir: Michael Benthall) [8pp, 3.5x4.5; performance schedule, company list, prices, notes, theatre details etc.] £3

1955 (Apr-May): REPERTOIRE LEAFLET Apr-May 1955 (Old Vic)
Ann Todd, Paul Rogers, Virginia McKenna, John Neville, Eric Porter, Laurence Hardy, Gwen Cherrell, Robert Hardy, Paul Daneman, Meredith Edwards, Michael Bates, Eleanore Bryan, Rachel Roberts, Mary Hignett, Daniel Thorndike, Alan Dobie, Clifford Williams, Nicholas Amer, Geoffrey Chater, Aubrey Morris, Job Stewart, Robin Barbary, John Wood, Robert Gillespie, Ronald Fraser, Charles Gray, Raymond Llewellyn, Brian Rawlinson, Anthony White, Arthur Blake, Murray Hayne, Donald Moffat, Loretta Davett, Anne Robson, Jane Jacobs, Kerrigan Prescott, Stephen Rich, John Woodvine, Bunny May in AS YOU LIKE IT, MACBETH, RICHARD II, HENRY IV PT I, HENRY IV PT II [6pp; 3.5x4.5; performance schedule, company list, prices, notes] £3

1955-56 OLD VIC SEASON director: Michael Benthall
JULIUS CAESAR, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, THE WINTER'S TALE, HENRY V, OTHELLO, TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, ROMEO AND JULIET, MACBETH, and RICHARD II
Richard Burton, John Neville, Paul Rogers, Rosemary Harris, Wendy Hiller, Coral Browne, Charles Gray, Margaret Rawlings, Zena Walker, Richard Wordsworth, Claire Bloom, Gerald Cross

1955 (Aug-Sep): JULIUS CAESAR (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh)
Old Vic Company: John Woodvine, Charles Gray, Clifford Williams, Gerald Cross (as Caesar), Rosemary Harris, John Neville (as Marc Anthony), Paul Rogers (as Brutus), Richard Wordsworth (as Cassius), John Wood (as Decius Brutus), Wendy Hiller (as Portia), Margaret Courtenay, Annette Crosbie; dir:Michael Benthall [16pp, 5.75x9; uncommon programme; VG] £5

1955-56: OTHELLO (Old Vic)
Richard Burton (as Othello), John Neville (as Iago), Rosemary Harris, Wendy Hiller; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 8 photos] £8

1955-56: OTHELLO (Old Vic)
Richard Burton (as Iago), John Neville (as Othello), Rosemary Harris, Wendy Hiller; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 8 photos] £8

1955-56: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Old Vic)
Wendy Hiller, Margaret Rawlings, Paul Rogers; dir:Douglas Seale [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 8 photos] £4

1955-56: THE WINTER'S TALE (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, John Neville, Wendy Hiller, Charles Gray, Zena Walker; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 8 photos] £4

1955-56: HENRY V (Old Vic)
Richard Burton, John Neville, Jack Gwillim, Denis Holmes, Harold Kasket, John Woodvine, James Villiers, Aubrey Morris, Job Stewart, Richard Wordsworth, Rachel Roberts, John Greenwood, Peter Needham, Derek Francis, Edward Harvey, Bryan Pringle, Gerald Cross, John Wood (as the Dauphin), Charles Gray, Anthony White, Dudley Jones, John Fraser, Zena Walker, Keith Taylor, Tom Kneebone, Clifford Williams, Ronald Allen, David Saire, Derry Nesbitt, Margaret Courtenay, Nicholas Richardson, Annette Crosbie, Gillian Neason; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 8 cast photos; VG] £5

1955-56: JULIUS CAESAR (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, John Neville, Richard Wordsworth, Rosemary Harris; dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 8 photos] £4

1955-56: MACBETH (Old Vic)
Paul Rogers, Coral Browne, Charles Gray, Jeremy Brett (as Malcolm); dir:Michael Benthall [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 6 photos] £4

1955-56: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Old Vic)
John Neville, Rosemary Harris, John Woodvine, John Wood, Denis Holmes, James Villiers, Paul Rogers, Wendy Hiller, Margaret Courtenay, Rachel Roberts, Derek Francis, Dudley Jones, Laurence Hardy, Charles Gray, Jeremy Brett, Clifford Williams, Gerald Cross, Fraser Kerr, Derek New, Bryan Pringle; dir:Tyrone Guthrie - famous modern dress production [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 8 cast photos] £5

1955-56: ROMEO AND JULIET (Old Vic)
John Neville, Claire Bloom, Paul Rogers, Charles Gray, Jeremy Brett (as Paris), John Woodvine, Jack Gwillim, Daniel Moynihan, Peter Bowles (as Abraham), Jennifer Wilson, Margaret Courtenay, Wynne Clark, Fraser Kerr, James Villiers, Annette Crosbie; dir:Robert Helpmann [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; 6 photos] £4

1956 OLD VIC Summer Season
Moira Shearer, Derek Godfrey, Peter O'Toole, Alan Dobie, Doreen Aris, Albert Finney

1956 (Summer): MAJOR BARBARA (Old Vic)
Bristol Old Vic Company: Marie Burke, Michael Meacham, Antony Tuckey, Phyllida Law, Moira Shearer (as Barbara), Derek Godfrey, Graham Crowden, Joseph O'Conor, Phillada Sewell, Edward Hardwicke, Sonia Fraser, Peter O'Toole, Alan Dobie, Eve Watkinson, Patrick Blackwell; dir:John Moody [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; cast list, credits, producer's note etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1956 (Summer): CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA (Old Vic)
Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company: Kenneth Mackintosh, Geoffrey Bayldon (as Caesar), Doreen Aris (as Cleopatra), Nancie Jackson, Charmian Eyre, Jill Forest, Jacqueline Wilson, Bunny May, Eric Jones, Robert Chetwyn, Ronald Hines, Bernard Hepton, Geoffrey Taylor, Michael Robbins, Colin George, Alan Rowe, Mark Kingston, Kross Leigh, Nicholas Courtney, John Howlett, Mark Brackenbury, Angus Mackay, Albert Finney (as Belzanor); dir:Douglas Seale [8pp, 5x7.25; yellow; cast list, credits, programme notes etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4


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