Ref NoPRG/JMS/F236103
AltRefNoF236103
CollectionRonald James Programme Collection
TitleTheatre programme: King Henry The Fourth, Part II
Date1951
Extent1 item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising a play, to be produced at The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in 1951, entitled 'King Henry the Fourth, Part II'.
NotesIncludes on the plays relating to Henry V or Henry IV
Includes a note to explain that actor Timothy Harley would be substituted by Keith Faulkner.
SubjectDrama
PhysicalDescription378mm x 258mm
Black ink on white paper
EventKing Henry The Fourth, Part II
Related PersonShakespeare, William (1564-1616) Dramatist
Quayle, Anthony, director
Squire, William, 1916-1989 (Welsh actor, sometimes credited as William Squires), actor
Andrews, Harry, 1911-1989, actor
Burton, Richard, 1925-1984, actor
Barry, Brendan, actor
Gay, John, actor
Meacham, Michael, actor
Jackson, Peter, actor
Gwillim, Jack, actor
Ferrey, Michael, actor
Gwynn, Michael, 1916-1976, actor
Marsh, Reginald, actor
Hoskins, Basil, actor
Gauge, Alexander, actor
Hardy, Robert, 1925-, actor
Williams, Peter, actor
Norris, Peter, actor
Morant, Philip, fl.1930s-1970s, actor
Ciceri, Leo, actor
Westwell, Raymond, actor
Lamont, Duncan, actor
Quayle, Anthony, Sir, 1913-1989, actor
Faulkner, Keith, actor
Bates, Michael, actor
Badel, Alan, 1923-1982, actor
Wordsworth, Richard, 1915-1993, actor
Halliday, Peter, actor
Harley, Timothy, actor
Barry, Brendan, actor
Atienza, Edward, 1924-, actor
Henchie, Peter, actor
Wynne, Ken, actor
Bond, Godfrey, actor
Bayldon, Geoffrey, actor
Hines, Ronald, 1929-, actor
Macarthur, Joan, actor
Jefford, Barbara, Miss, 1930- (born Mary Jefford), actor
Atkinson, Rosalind, Miss, 1900-1977 (New Zealand born actress), actor
Stannard, Heather, Miss, actor
Marshall, Norman, producer
Related PlaceShakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire
CategoryProgrammes (theatre)
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 (specialcollections@kent.ac.uk).
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