Ref NoPRG/DAW/THE ALD : F174965
CollectionDaw Programme Collection
TitleThe Relapse, Or Virtue In Danger
Extent1 Item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising a play produced at the Aldwych Theatre, on 15th August 1968, entitled THE RELAPSE, OR VIRTUE IN DANGER.
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE ALD : F174965
Date taken is the date of te first performance at the Aldwych Theatre
Contains biographies of the author and members of the cast and crew
Also contains various printed articles about London theatre and details of the Royal Shakespeare Company
Also contains various printed advertisements
Also featured various extra actors
PhysicalDescription225 mm x 150 mm
Related Persontheatre manager : Meaden, Howard
Hallett, John, managing director
Stevens, Frank, stage manager
Nunn, Trevor , 1940-, Sir, director
Vanbrugh, John, Sir, 1664-1726, author
Morley, Christopher, designer
Samuel, Reg, assistant designer
Allen, Susan, assistant designer
Woolfenden, Guy , 1937-, composer
Read, David, lighting effects
Broome, John, movement
Thomas, Charles, actor
Farleigh, Lynn, actor
Jayston, Michael, 1935-, (born Michael James), actor
Sheppard, William Morgan, (also credited as Morgan Sheppard, Bill Morgan, Bill Morgen, W. Morgan Shepard, W. Morgan Sheppard), actor
Henderson, Don, 1932-1997, actor
Terry, Phillip , 1909-1993, (husband of Joan Crawford), actor
Wilcox, Robert, actor
Geddis, Peter, actor
Rees, Roger, 1944-, actor
Head, Ruby, actor
McGuirk, William, actor
Bennett, Frederick, (sometimes credited as Frederick B. Bennett), actor
Bromley, Sydney, 1909-1987, actor
Dench, Jeffrey, actor
Robins, Toby, actor
James, Emrys, 1930-1989, actor
Greatex, Christina, actor
Sheers, Susan, actor
Mason, Brewster, 1922-1987, actor
Tour, Frances de la, 1944-, actor
Kaye, Lila , 1929-, actor
Smith, Derek, 1931-, actor
Mayes, Richard, actor
Related OrganisationMichael Codron Ltd.
Royal Shakespeare Company
Related PlaceAldwych Theatre, Aldwych, Westminster, London, England
CategoryTheatre programme
Access conditionsThis material is available for consultation at the University of Kent's Special Collections & Archives reading room, Templeman Library, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NU (
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