Ref NoPRG/DAW/THE STM : F174959
AltRefNoF174959
CollectionDaw Programme Collection
TitleThe Fourth Of June
Date30.01.1964
Extent1 Item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising a play produced at St. Martin's Theatre, on 30th January 1964, entitled THE FOURTH OF JUNE.
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE STM : F174959
Date taken is the date of the first performance at St. Martin's Theatre
Contains photographs and biographies of the author and members of the cast
Also contains a glossary of Etonian words and phrases, printed articles about the history of St. Martin's Theatre and other London theatres and an interview with Peter Brook
Also held with the programme is a promotional leaflet
Also contains various printed advertisements
SubjectDrama
drama
PhysicalDescription185 mm x 125 mm
Related PersonMeyer, Bertie Alexander , chief executive
Atteridge, Laurence, general manager
McWhinnie, Donald, director
Benedictus, David, author
Hall, David, producer
Scott, Hutchinson, set designer
Davis, Joe, lighting effects
Stafford, Robert, stage manager
Rawsthorne, Anne, deputy stage manager
Cozens, Vivienne, assistant stage manager
Wilcox, Colin, assistant stage manager
Dyce, Hamilton, actor
Markham, David, 1913- (born Peter Basil Harrison, father of Kika Markham), actor
Boyd, Margot, actor
Field, Susan, actor
Roye, Anthony, actor
Barrett, Sean, actor
Lacey, Ronald, actor
Spaull, Colin, actor
Ward, Simon, 1941-, actor
Markham, Kika, (daughter of David Markham), actor
Kay, Richard, actor
Gerard, Malcolm, actor
Norton, Martin, actor
Holdaway, Paul, actor
Williams, Kit, actor
Holdaway, Julian, actor
Waring, George, actor
Field, Susan, actor
Geary, Joan, actor
Harvey, Jean, actor
Related OrganisationWilloughby De Broke Estates Company
Associated-Rediffusion Theatrical Productions Ltd.
Bernard Gillman Ltd.
Related PlaceSt. Martin's Theatre, West Street, Cambridge Circus, 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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