Ref NoPRG/DAW/THE GAR : F174870
CollectionDaw Programme Collection
TitleFings Ain'T Wot They Used T'Be
Extent1 Item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising a play produced at the Garrick Theatre, on 11th February 1960, entitled FINGS AIN'T WOT THEY USED T'BE.
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE GAR : F174870
Contains photographs and biographies of members of the cast
Also contains various printed advertisements
A list of musical numbers to be performed is given
PhysicalDescription185 mm x 125 mm
Related PersonAbrahams, D.A., theatre licensee
Lytton, James, theatre manager
Ireson, W., box office keeper
Norman, Frank, author
Littlewood, Joan, 1914-2002, director
Albery, Donald, Sir, 1914-1998, (son of Sir Bronson Albery), producer
Bury, John, designer
Bart, Lionel, 1930-1999, composer
Bart, Lionel, 1930-1999, lyricist
Miller, Alan, company manager
Jenkins, Anne, general manager
Miller, Alan, stage manager
Gallon, Dorothy, stage manager
Mallory, Peter, assistant stage manager
Fontana, wardrobe mistress
Melvin, Duncan, press
Thring, Joan, press
Moule, Kenneth, pianist
Black, Ronnie, musician
Jacques, Vic, musician
Sidwell, Roy, musician
Gorman, Stan, musician
Jackman, Bill, musician
Smith, Chris, musician
Eaton, Wallas, 1917-1995, actor
Bury, John, scene constructor
Bury, Margaret, costume designer
Pringle, Bryan, 1935-2002, actor
Joyce, Paddy, actor
Chatto, Tom, actor
Joyce, Yootha, 1927-1980, actor
Sewell, George, actor
Palmer, Toni, actor
Windsor, Barbara, Dame, 1937-, actor
Caddick, Edward, actor
O'Brien, Michael, actor
Morgan, Rick, actor
Adams, Louis, actor
Munroe, Neville, actor
Davies, Mary, actor
Kaufmann, Maurice, 1928-1997, actor
Sheen, Mary, actor
Cording, Barbara, actor
Wilson, Donald, actor
Dark, James, actor
Weera, Anthony, actor
Related OrganisationDonmar Productions Ltd.
Audley Square Playwrights Ltd.
Theatre Workshop
Bishop Sound and Electrical Co., Ltd.
Related PlaceGarrick Theatre, Charing Cross Road, 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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