Ref NoPRG/DAW/THE BATH : F175159
AltRefNoF175159
CollectionDaw Programme Collection
TitleThe Rivals ; King Lear
Date16.10.1978
Extent1 Item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising two plays produced at the Theatre Royal Bath, on 16th October 1968, entitled THE RIVALS and KING LEAR.
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE BATH : F175159
Date taken is the date of the first performance at the Theatre Royal, Bath
Contains photographs and biographies of members of the cast
Also contains various printed advertisements
Also featured various extra actors
Previous number 78
SubjectDrama
drama
PhysicalDescription215 mm x 155 mm
Related PersonEyre, Richard , 1943-, director
Quayle, Anthony , Sir, 1913-1989, director
Judge, Ian, director
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley , 1751-1816, author
Barrett, Alan, 1926-2005, designer
Fraser, Donald, composer
Edmundson, Keith, lighting effects
Judge, Ian, choreographer
McKay, Ian, fight choreographer
Thorne, Michael, stage manager
Quayle, Anthony, Sir, 1913-1989, actor
Neame, Christopher, 1947-, actor
Aubrey, James, actor
Guinness, Matthew, actor
Martin, Trevor, actor
Gilbert, Kenneth, actor
Reitel, Enn, 1950-, actor
Courtenay, Margaret, 1922-1996, actor
Blair, Isla, 1944-, actor
Martin, Mel, actor
Gillies, Carol, actor
Robertson, Toby, director
Shakespeare, William , 1564-1616, author
Barrett, Alan, 1926-2005, designer
Fraser, Donald, composer
Edmundson, Keith, lighting effects
Augins, Charles, choreographer
Thorne, Michael, stage manager
Quayle, Anthony, Sir, 1913-1989, actor
Ridley, Paul, actor
Stephens, James, actor
Gilbert, Kenneth, actor
actor : Michael, Ralph , 1907-1994
Aubrey, James, actor
Neame, Christopher, 1947-, actor
Secombe, Andrew, 1953-, (son of Sir Harry Secombe ), actor
Reitel, Enn, 1950-, actor
Gordon, Barry J., actor
Guinness, Matthew, actor
Gillies, Carol, actor
Martin, Mel, actor
Blair, Isla, 1944-, actor
Related PlaceTheatre Royal, Sawclose, Bath, Avon, 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 (specialcollections@kent.ac.uk).
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