Ref NoPRG/DAW/THE NAT : F174954
CollectionDaw Programme Collection
TitleThe Recruiting Officer
Extent1 Item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising a play produced at The National Theatre, on 8th February 1964, entitled THE RECRUITING OFFICER.
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE NAT : F174954
Contains a slip of paper with the typed note, "Due to the indisposition of Sir Laurence Olivier, the part of Brazen will be played by Mr. Peter Cellier at this performance."
Also held with the programme is a souvenir programme with printed articles about the play and it's subject
PhysicalDescription230 mm x 130 mm
Related PersonRhymes, Rupert, house manager
Boddington, Diana, stage manager
Thompson, Neville, stage manager
Banks, Terence, deputy stage manager
Chandler, Byron, deputy stage manager
Pearson, Neville, deputy stage manager
Browne, Louisa, assistant stage manager
Ferris, Anthony, assistant stage manager
Rothenberg, John, assistant stage manager
Rowntree, Adam, assistant stage manager
Willis, Mervyn, assistant stage manager
Farquhar, George , 1677-1707, author
Gaskill, WIlliam, producer
producer, assistant : O'Donovan, Desmond
Allio, Rene, scenic effects
Allio, Rene, costume designer
Pilbrow, Richard, lighting effects
Pilbrow, Richard, lighting effects
Adrian, Max, 1903-1973, actor
Cellier, Peter, actor
Turner, Michael, 1921-, actor
Jacobi, Derek, Sir, 1938-, actor
Stephens, Robert, Sir, 1931-1995, actor
Olivier, Laurence, Baron, 1907-1989, actor
Blakely, Colin, 1930-, actor
Mellor, James, actor
Stride, John, 1936-, actor
Williamson, Susan, actor
Rothwell, Michael, actor
Martin, Trevor, actor
Meaden, Dan, actor
Rust, Clive, actor
Hampton, Clive, actor
Ridgway, Alan, actor
Chittell, Christopher, actor
Beacham, Rod, actor
Gambon, Michael, Sir, 1940-, actor
Miller, Mary, 1936-1998, actor
Smith, Maggie, Dame, 1934-, actor
Hepple, Jeanne, actor
Redgrave, Lynn, 1943-, actor
Landis, Jeanette, actor
Burger, Elizabeth, actor
Related PlaceNational Theatre, Upper Ground, South Bank, 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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