Ref NoPRG/DAW/THE HAY : F174904
AltRefNoF174904
CollectionDaw Programme Collection
TitleThe School For Scandal
Date5.04.1962
Extent1 Item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising a play produced at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, on 5th April 1962, entitled THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL.
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE HAY : F174904
Date taken is the date of the first performance at the Theatre Royal Haymarket
Contains photographs of members of the cast
Also contains various printed advertisements
SubjectDrama
drama
PhysicalDescription215 mm x 140 mm
Related PersonWatson, Anthony, theatre licensee
Watson, Anthony, theatre manager
Procter, Sadaie, deputy stage manager
Peek, Anthony, stage manager
Gielgud, John, Sir, 1904-2000, director
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley , 1751-1816, author
Powell, Anthony, costume designer, set designer
Davis, Joe, lighting effects
Bridgewater, Leslie, orchestra director
Gordon, Bernard, general manager
Chardet, Anthony, company manager
Chardet, Anthony, stage manager
Lloyd, Stanley, deputy stage manager
Warburg, Christina, assistant stage manager
Dow, Ian, production manager
Richardson, Ralph, Sir, 1902-1983, actor
Easton, Richard, actor
Easton, Richard, actor
Massey, Daniel, 1933-1998, (son of Raymond Massey, brother of Anna Massey), actor
Lloyd Pack, Charles, 1902-1983, (father of Roger Lloyd-Pack), actor
Barkworth, Peter, 1929-, actor
Keen, Malcolm, actor
Goorney, Howard, actor
Evans, David, actor
Piper, Frederick, actor
Burton, Donald, actor
Whitrow, Benjamin, 1937-, actor
Friend, Martin, actor
Kent, Michael, actor
Massey, Anna, 1937-2011, (daughter of Raymond Massey, sister if Daniel Massey), actor
Rutherford, Margaret, Dame, 1892-1972, actor
Forbes, Meriel, 1913-2000, (born Meriel Forbes-Robertson), actor
Johnstone, Pinkie, actor
Bowden, Betty, actor
Related OrganisationFrederick Harrison Trust Ltd.
ORGANISATION producer : Tennent Productions Ltd.
ORGANISATION costume designer : M. Berman Ltd.
Related PlaceTheatre Royal, Haymarket, 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 (specialcollections@kent.ac.uk).
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