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PROG1245 Crystal Palace Crystal Palace Handel Festival 1857 bound volume containing the original programme books for the performances which were held in the week of June 15th 1857 Crystal Palace Handel Festival 1857 bound volume containing the original programme books for the performances which were held in the week of June 15th 1857. The programmes included The Messiah, Judas ...
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      £200.00 prog
PROG1242 Norwich Festival NORWICH MUSICAL FESTIVAL September, 1860 conductor Julius Benedict (1804-1885) Red cloth, Liverpool Public Libraries. Includes : On Thursday Evening, September 20th, THIRD Grand Miscellaneous Concert includes UNDINE by Julius Benedict (a Lyrical Legend, composed expressly for th ...
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VG condition     £125.00 prog
PROG410a HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL DAVID GARRICK by T.W.Robertson (a) DAVID GARRICK (1864: March) by T.W.Robertson. Cast: Sothern etc. : condition good       (a)£60.00 prog
PROG1 Gaiety Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1868 (Dec. 21) Gaiety Theatre (opening production) ROBERT THE DEVIL An Operatic Extravaganza by W.S.Gilbert facsimiles     £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG52 New Royalty Theatre 1870's early: NEW ROYALTY THEATRE (under the Management of Miss Henrietta Hodson) WEALTH Comedy Drama/ WHITTINGTON JUNR. Civic Burlesque by R.Reece (with Mr. F.Sullivan as Ali Brown Windsor)/ RENDEZVOUS Farce (with Mr F. Sullivan as Smart). Condition fair       £60.00 prog
PROG439a VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand CUPBOARD LOVE Farce (Mon. Aug. 22nd, 1870) by F. Hay/ TWO ROSES Comedy by J. Albery/ DON CARLOS Burlesque by Conway Edwards (a) CUPBOARD LOVE Farce (Mon. Aug. 22nd, 1870) by F. Hay/ TWO ROSES Comedy by J. Albery/ DON CARLOS Burlesque by Conway Edwards. Condition fair (lilac)       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG421a ROYAL OLYMPIC THEATRE, Strand NELL! Or, The Old Curiosity Shop (Sat. Nov. 19th, 1870) by Andrew Halliday (a) NELL! Or, The Old Curiosity Shop (Sat. Nov. 19th, 1870) by Andrew Halliday by special permission of the late Charles Dickens. Condition good       (a)£50.00 prog
PROG2 Gaiety Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1871: THESPIS with J.L.Toole, Fred. Sullivan, E.Farren etc.       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG439b VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand A FEARFUL FOG Farce by F.Hay/ APPLE BLOSSOMS! Comedy by James Albery/ THE ORANGE TREE Fairy Tale by Henry J. Byron (b) A FEARFUL FOG Farce (Sat. Sept. 9th, 1871) by F.Hay/ APPLE BLOSSOMS! Comedy by James Albery/ THE ORANGE TREE Fairy Tale by Henry J. Byron. Condition fair (lilac)       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG434a THEATRE ROYAL SADLER'S WELLS OLD MOTHER HUBBARD Pantomime (a) THEATRE ROYAL SADLER'S WELLS: OLD MOTHER HUBBARD Pantomime (Sat. Dec. 23rd, 1871). Condition good       (a)£60.00 prog
PROG3 Gaiety Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1872 Gaiety Theatre ASH-WEDNESDAY Concert (Part II includes `Mr GEORGE GROSSMITH has consented to give an account of a Bloomsbury Penny Reading'. To-morrow Evening GANYMEDE & GALATEA , OFF THE LINE. A ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG412b THEATRE ROYAL HOLBORN, 43 High Holbern LA VIE PARISIENNE Opera-Bouffe by Offenbach (b) LA VIE PARISIENNE Opera-Bouffe (March 30th, April 1st 1872) by Offenbach. Translated by F.C.Burnand. Condition : ceased but fair       (b)£40.00 prog
PROG1207 Haymarket Theatre PYGMALION and GALATEA 110th NIGHT (Thursday). Cast : Kendal, Howe, Buckstone, Braid, Weathersby, Robertson, Hill, Merton and Chippendale THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET. With THE BALANCE OF COMFORT by Bayle Bernard and PRINCESS SPRING-TIME by Henry J. Byron. small holes to left side   £60.00 prog
PROG397h ALHAMBRA THEATRE ROYAL (h) LE ROI CAROTTE New Spectacular Grand Opera Bouffe Feerie (undated : opened 3 June, 1872). Music by M.Offenbach (adapted by Henry S.Leigh) .Cast: Henry Haigh, J.H.Jarvis etc. : torn in half, frail but fair       (h)£35.00 prog
PROG403a DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL (a) LADY OF THE LAKE Musical Drama (from Sept. 21st, 1872) by Andrew Halliday. Cast: Jas. Fernandez, J.Dewhurst etc. condition fair       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG430a ROYAL STRAND THEATRE RELY ON MY DISCRETION! Farce by T.A.Palmer/ TWO STARS Comedy by H.J.Byron/ IDLE 'PRENTICE Burlesque (a) RELY ON MY DISCRETION! Farce (Sat. Oct. 5th, 1872) by T.A.Palmer/ TWO STARS Comedy by H.J.Byron/ IDLE 'PRENTICE Burlesque. Condition fair       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG397j ALHAMBRA THEATRE ROYAL (j) LA BELLE HELENE (1873) Opera Bouffe (undated) written by F.C.Burnand. Music by M.J.Offenbach. Cast: Kate Santley, Amy Sheridan etc. : condition fair, folded         (j)£60.00 prog
PROG424a PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE MAN AND WIFE by Wilkie Collins (a) MAN AND WIFE (Sat. Feb. 22nd, 1873) by Wilkie Collins. Condition fair       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG430b ROYAL STRAND THEATRE A DODGE FOR A DINNER Farce by T.A.Palmer/ OLD SOLDIERS Comic Drama by H.J.Byron/ MAZOURKA Burlesque by Henry J. Byron (b) A DODGE FOR A DINNER Farce (Thur. March 13th, 1873) by T.A.Palmer/ OLD SOLDIERS Comic Drama by H.J.Byron/ MAZOURKA Burlesque by Henry J. Byron. Condition fair       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG422a (ROYAL) OPERA COMIQUE HARMONIOUS DISCHORDS Comedietta (Mon. 31st March, 1873)
NICHOLAS FLAM! Comic Drama by J. B. Buckstone/ BOHEMIANS Opera Bouffe. Written an re-arranged for the English stage by H. B. Farne
(a) HARMONIOUS DISCHORDS Comedietta (Mon. 31st March, 1873)
NICHOLAS FLAM! Comic Drama by J. B. Buckstone/ BOHEMIANS Opera Bouffe. Written an re-arranged for the English stage by H. B. Farne. Music ...
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      (a)£45.00 prog
PROG430c ROYAL STRAND THEATRE OLD SOLDIERS Comic Drama by H.J.Byron/ NEMESIS! Musical Extravaganza by H.B. Farnie (c) OLD SOLDIERS Comic Drama (April 17th, 1873) by H.J.Byron/ NEMESIS! Musical Extravaganza by H.B. Farnie. Condition worn       (c)£35.00 prog
PROG403b DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL (b) ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA by Shakspeare (sic) (Sat. Sept. 20th, 1873) adapted by Andrew Halliday. Cast: James Anderson, Henry Sinclair etc. : condition fair         (b)£35.00 prog
PROG423b ROYAL PHILHARMONIC THEATRE, High Street, Islington (b) THE SPECTRE LOVER (4 Oct. 1873)/ LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT Comic Opera translated by Henry J. Byron. Music by Leocq (b) THE SPECTRE LOVER (4 Oct. 1873)/ LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT Comic Opera translated by Henry J. Byron. Music by Leocq. Condition fair       (b)£80.00 prog
PROG423a ROYAL PHILHARMONIC THEATRE, High Street, Islington KING FOO Eastern Extravaganza (4 Oct. 1873) by F.Adams/ LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT Comic Opera translated by Henry J. Byron. Music by Leocq (a) KING FOO Eastern Extravaganza (4 Oct. 1873) by F.Adams/ LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT Comic Opera translated by Henry J. Byron. Music by Leocq. Condition good       (a)£80.00 prog
PROG4 Royalty Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1873 Royalty Theatre THE REALM OF JOY by WSG (writing as F.Latour Tomline) ( Le Roi Candaule) First performed at the Royalty Theatre, Dean Street, Soho, on Saturday, October 18th, 1873, under the mana ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG421b ROYAL OLYMPIC THEATRE, Strand SCHOOL FOR INTRIGUE (Dec. 1st, 1873) by J.Mortimer/ RICHELIEU Redressed by R.Reece (b) SCHOOL FOR INTRIGUE (Dec. 1st, 1873) by J.Mortimer/ RICHELIEU Redressed by R.Reece. Condition good       (b)£50.00 prog
PROG1250 St. James's Theatre LADY CLANCARTY by Tom Taylor 1874. Single-fold neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG430d ROYAL STRAND THEATRE LENDING A HAND Farce by Gilbert A'Beckett/ BELLE'S STRATAGEM Comedy by Mrs. Hannah Cowley/ NEMESIS! Opera Bouffe by H.B. Farnie (238th time) (d) LENDING A HAND Farce (Mon. Jan. 19th, 1874) by Gilbert A'Beckett/ BELLE'S STRATAGEM Comedy by Mrs. Hannah Cowley/ NEMESIS! Opera Bouffe by H.B. Farnie (238th time). Condition worn       (d)£35.00 prog
PROG403c DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Comedy (c) SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Comedy (Mon. March 2, 1874 Complimentary Benefit to Mr. Benjamin Webster on his retirement from Management: cameo on cover) by Sheridan. Cast: Phelps, Emery, Creswick, Charles M ...
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      (c)£40.00 prog
PROG408a GLOBE THEATRE WIG AND GOWN Domestic Drama ((written expressly for J.L. Toole) by James Albery (a) WIG AND GOWN Domestic Drama (April 17th, 1874) (written expressly for J.L. Toole) by James Albery. Condition far       (a)£40.00 prog
PROG401a CRITERION (a) AMERICAN LADY Comedy (Mon. May 4th, 1874) by Henry J. Byron. Cast: J.H.Barnes, J.Clarke etc. : condition fair         (a)£40.00 prog
PROG420 OLYMPIC THEATRE, Haverstock Hill TWENTY MINUTES WITH A TIGER (Mon. Sept. 14, 1874)/ TWO ORPHANS Realistic Drama by MM. Dennery & Cormon, adapted by John Oxnford TWENTY MINUTES WITH A TIGER (Mon. Sept. 14, 1874)/ TWO ORPHANS Realistic Drama by MM. Dennery & Cormon, adapted by John Oxnford. Condition fair       £35.00 prog
PROG423c ROYAL PHILHARMONIC THEATRE, High Street, Islington GIROFLE-GIROFLA Comic Opera (3 Oct. 1874). Translated from the French of Messieurs VAN-LOO and LETERRIR, by Clement O'Neil (c) GIROFLE-GIROFLA Comic Opera (3 Oct. 1874). Translated from the French of Messieurs VAN-LOO and LETERRIR, by Clement O'Neil. The Lyrical portion of the Opera by Campbell Clarke. Condition good       (c)£80.00 prog
PROG431a ROYAL SURREY THEATRE RAISING THE WIND! Farce (Sat. Oct. 31st, 1874)/ SHIP AHOY! Drama dramatised by Geo.Roberts from George Manville Fenn's story/ BOX AND COX (a) RAISING THE WIND! Farce (Sat. Oct. 31st, 1874)/ SHIP AHOY! Drama dramatised by Geo.Roberts from George Manville Fenn's story/ BOX AND COX. Condition worn       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG439c VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand TWO ROSES Comedy by James Albery/ GREEN OLD AGE Musical Improbability by R. Reece. The Music composed Messrs. F. Clay, &c/ LEGACY LOVE Comedietta by Ernest Cuthbert (c) TWO ROSES Comedy (Oct. 31st, 1874: 343rd Night) by James Albery/ GREEN OLD AGE Musical Improbability by R. Reece. The Music composed Messrs. F. Clay, &c/ LEGACY LOVE Comedietta by Ernest Cuthbert. ...
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      (c)£35.00 prog
PROG56 Royal Opera Comique XION REWHEEL'D Opera-Bouffe Extravaganza by F.C. Burnand. Royal Opera Comique 1874 Nov.21 LOVE IN A FIX Comedy by John Oxenford and Horace Wigan/ IXION REWHEEL'D Opera-Bouffe Extravaganza written by F.C. Burnand. Music selected by W.C.Levey (cast includes Richard Temple and Mr ...
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      £65.00 prog
PROG57 Prince of Wales’s Theatre SWEETHEARTS/ SOCIETY 1874 3 Dec. Prince of Wales’s Theatre SWEETHEARTS/ SOCIETY presentation copy : professionally `mounted' with the inside facing page fixed in a paper mount allowing the verso to be viewed (approx. prog ...
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      £75.00 prog
PROG5 Royal Court Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : c.1875 Royal Court Theatre THE JEALOUS WIFE by Colman/ HAPPY LAND by F.Tomline and Gilbert A'Beckett (burlesque of WSG's WICKED WORLD c.1875)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG58 Royal Olympic Theatre MARIGOLD Music by Leon Vasseur. Royal Olympic Theatre c.1875 Before performance: Grand Ballad & Instrumental Concert including Sullivan's song LET ME DREAM AGAIN sung by Miss Mulholland. Condition: VG       £45.00 prog
PROG1232 Royalty Theatre THE SECRET A Farce; LA PERICHOLE; TRIAL BY JURY (1875) facsimile only. Royalty Theatre 1875: fully illustrated with G&S as cherubs on the cover, small faint library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) front bottom centre edge, faint traces of ex-album to back outside page. Fine copy     £6.00 facsimile only prog
PROG1392 OLYMPIC THEATRE TWENTY MINUTES WITH A TIGER/ TWO ORPHANS by Henry Neville inscribed 26 February 1875 folded vertically     £40.00 prog
PROG1368   NORWICH MUSICAL FESTIVAL 1875 NORWICH MUSICAL FESTIVAL 1875 (ex-City of Liverpool Public Libraries) (red cloth):
Sept. 21st "SWEETHEARTS" sung by Mr. Edward Lloyd/ "MY DEAR AND ONLY LOVE" sung by Mr. J. L. Wadmore
Sept. 23rd " ...
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      £100.00 prog
PROG1217 Royal St. James's Theatre LES DANICHEFF In 4 Acts by Pierre Newski The Royal St. James's Theatre, two-fold : 6.5 cms very thin cut to back outside page at extreme top margin, ow VG small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £30.00 prog
PROG1239 Royal Opera Comique TRIAL BY JURY preceded by A HORNET'S NEST by G.L. Gordon, with GENEVIEVE DE BRABANT by Offenbach (with Emily Soldene) TRIAL BY JURY. Cast : Fred Sullivan; E.Campbell, Clara Vesey, E. Connell, W.G. Bedford, W.S. Penley (96 performances) with sealing tags at top and bottom of back inside page     £8.00 facsimile only prog
PROG1219 Royal Strand Theatre L'AFRICAINE by F.C. Burnand 1876 Saturday, May 13th Royal Strand Theatre (with HIS LAST LEGS by Bayle Bernard; THE RIVAL OTHELLOS by Henry J.Byron) very faint trace of small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £50.00 prog
PROG401b CRITERION (b) THE GREAT DIVORCE CASE Comic Play (Monday, May 29, 1876 THE FIRE FLY EVENING PAPER & PROGRAMME) by John Doe and Richard Roe. Cast: Charles Wyndham, Edward Righton etc. : condition fair         (b)£40.00 prog
PROG1262 Theatre Royal, Haymarket TURNING THE TABLES by John Poole; WILD OATS by John O'Keefe 1976 14 July. Single-fold, decorative neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £50.00 prog
PROG6 Haymarket Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1876 Haymarket Theatre DAN'L DRUCE, BLACKSMITH by WSG (printed date : 25/9/76) (illustrated)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1246 Theatre Royal, Haymarket Mr. Joseph JEFFERSON will appear in TWO CHARACTERS 1877 16 June. CHARLES XII by J. R. Planche; LEND ME FIVE SHILLINGS by John Maddison Morton; A REGULAR FIX ! By J. M. Morton printed date 16-7-77; neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG1277 Vaudeville Theatre OUR BOYS written by Henry J. Byron with A WHIRLIGIG by Pelham Hardwicke and A FEARFUL FOG by F. Hay (1877 July ) This evening 809th NIGHT of 'OUR BOYS' (opened 16 January 1875 : 1,362 performances until April 1879) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £35.00 prog
PROG1381 Vaudeville Theatre 1,044th Night of OUR BOYS written by Henry J. Byron Thursday, April 11th, 1878 1,044th Night opened 1875     £45.00 prog
PROG410c HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL ELLEN Comedy-Drama by W.G.Wills (c) ELLEN Comedy-Drama (1878 Easter Monday, April 14th) by W.G.Wills. Cast: Howe, Terriss etc. : condition good       (c)£60.00 prog
PROG7 Royal Philharmonic Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1878 Royal Philharmonic Theatre, Islington Sat. From April 27th FARCE/ THE LITTLE DUKE by Halevy/Lecocq (English version by Savile Rowe & Bolton Rowe) The Opera produced under the personal supervision ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG60 Drury Lane LES CLOCHES DE CORNEVILLE; GREEN BUSHES; BLACK-EYED SUSAN 1878 Drury Lane Wednesday morning 15th May Testimonial Benefit to Mrs Alfred Mellon (MISS Woolgar) (WSG and AS listed on Executive Committee) (includes RECEPTION AND ADDRESS to which WSG contributed) ...
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      £80.00 prog
PROG430e ROYAL STRAND THEATRE TWO TO ONE Farce by Arthur Clements/ OUR CLUB Comedy by F.C.Burnand/ DORA AND DIPLUNACY Parody by F.C.Burnand (e) TWO TO ONE Farce (May 15th, 1878) by Arthur Clements/ OUR CLUB Comedy by F.C.Burnand/ DORA AND DIPLUNACY Parody by F.C.Burnand. Condition good       (e)£60.00 prog
PROG421c ROYAL OLYMPIC THEATRE, Strand BELPHEGOR The Mountebank. Drama (c) BELPHEGOR The Mountebank. Drama (Sat. June 1st, 1878). Condition fair       (c)£40.00 prog
PROG1222 Royal Court Theatre OLIVIA new play in four acts founded on a leading incident in Oliver Goldsmith's THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD 1878 two-fold : inscribed July 22d. Royal Court Theatre small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG430f ROYAL STRAND THEATRE PEACE AND QUIET Farce by T.J.Williams/ AN AMBASSADOR FROM BELOW Musical Extravaganza by Robert Brough and Sutherland Edwardes/ LOVE OR MONEY Comedy by Andrew Halliday (f) PEACE AND QUIET Farce (Aug. 26th, 1878) by T.J.Williams/ AN AMBASSADOR FROM BELOW Musical Extravaganza by Robert Brough and Sutherland Edwardes/ LOVE OR MONEY Comedy by Andrew Halliday. Condition ...
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      (f)£40.00 prog
PROG1369   NORWICH MUSICAL FESTIVAL 1878 NORWICH MUSICAL FESTIVAL 1878 (ex-City of Liverpool Public Libraries) (red cloth):
Oct. 16th "THOU'RT PASSING HENCE" sung by Mr Santley
Oct. 17th "THE LOST CHORD" sung by Mdme. Antoinette Stirling ...
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      £100.00 prog
PROG61 Philharmonic Theatre, Islington THE HAPPY PAIR
L'AFRICAINE Opera by F.C.Burnand with Original Music by Frank Musgrave
1878 Philharmonic Theatre, Islington. Nov. 9th. Cast: Stoyle, Granville etc. : condition good       £50.00 prog
PROG410d HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE CRISIS Comedy adapted from LES FOURCHAMBAULT of E.Augier by James Albery. (d) THE CRISIS Comedy (Dec. 2nd, 1878) adapted from LES FOURCHAMBAULT of E.Augier by James Albery. Cast: Howe, Terriss etc. : condition good       (d)£60.00 prog
PROG397c ALHAMBRA THEATRE ROYAL (c) LA POULE AUX OEUFS D'OR. Ballet : Musical Feerie (23/12/1878) by MM. Dennery and Clairville (adapted by Frank Hall). Music adapted from (amongst others) A.Sullivan. Cast : Constance Loseby, Mlle. ...
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        (c)£35.00 prog
PROG1213 Royalty Theatre CRUTCH AND TOOTHPICK adapted by George R. Sims 1879 with VENUS by Edward Rose and Augustus Harris (Cast included Nellie Bromley) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, VG     £45.00 prog
PROG12 Opera Comique FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1879 OPERA COMIQUE : H.M.S. PINAFORE : (blue paper with serrated edges) Cast: Grossmith, Barrington, Power, Temple, Clifton, Dymote, Fitzaltamont, Burville, Bond, Everard. With CUPS AND SAUCERS by Geo ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1380 Theatre Royal, Haymarket THE VICARAGE by Clement Scott; SCHOOL by T.W. Robertson (1879) (Cast includes The Bancrofts, Marion Terry, Miss Cruikshank, Arthur Cecil, Mr Kemble) small punch holes on left margin marked     £45.00 prog
PROG1220 Royal Strand Theatre THE DESPERATE ADVENTURES OF BABY Or, A Wanering Heir by Messrs. C.H. Ross and A. G. Freer 1879 Monday January 13th. Royal Strand Theatre (with ON AND OFF ; HIS LAST LEGS by Bayle Bernard) (inscribed January 24. 1879)       £50.00 prog
PROG1379 Royal Strand Theatre The Lottery Ticket; The Snowball by Sydney Grundy; Baby (announcement of MADAME FAVART Easter Monday, April 14th, 1879) From Saturday February 15th, 1879 small punch holes on left margin     £45.00 prog
PROG1377 Royal Strand Theatre MADAME FAVART. Music by Offenbach FIRST NIGHT. Cast includes Miss Florence St. John. Produced under the Direction of H. B. Farnie with dated Orchestra Stalls ticket stub     £80.00 prog
PROG10 Opera Comique FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1879 OPERA COMIQUE : H.M.S. PINAFORE : (inscribed May 13 1879) (with CUPS AND SAUCERS and AFTER ALL) Cast: George Grossmith, Rutland Barrington, George Power, R.Temple, F. Clifton, Mr Dymott, Mr Fitza ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG63 Town Hall, Newport, N.H THE SEVENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE SULLIVAN MUSICAL ASSOCIATION Town Hall, Newport, N.H THE SEVENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE SULLIVAN MUSICAL ASSOCIATION Town Hall, Newport, N.H (Aug. 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29. 1879). The "Sullivan" is not Arthur, but rather Sullivan County, New Hampshire.  ...
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folded across in three places, ow good     £30.00 prog
PROG8 Royal Olympic Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1879 (9/9/79) H.M.S. PINAFORE. Royal Olympic Theatre, Wych Street, Strand. The Comedy-Opera Company (Non-D'Oyly Carte rival company) (single-fold)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG9 Royal Park Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1879 ROYAL PARK THEATRE, PARK STREET, CAMDEN TOWN On MONDAY, OCTOBER 13TH, (+ 1879 inside with cast list) and Every Evening , for TWELVE NIGHTS ONLY, at 7.15, the Favourite Farce, No. 1 ROUND THE CORN ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1223 Royal Strand Theatre MADAME FAVART by Offenbach 1880 Monday 25 October 163 rd NIGHT Royal Strand Theatre (with RUTH'S ROMANCE by Frederic W. Broughton; two-fold (detached) small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG11 Opera Comique FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1879 OPERA COMIQUE : H.M.S. PINAFORE : inscribed Saty. mng. Nov. 1st 1879. Cast: Grossmith, Barrington, Power, Thornton, Senechall, Ramsay, Fitzaltamont, Loveday, Bond, Everard. Illustrated with cameo ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG430g ROYAL STRAND THEATRE RUTH'S ROMANCE Comedietta by Frederick W. Broughton/ MADAME FAVART Opera-Comique (250th Night) by Offenbach (g) RUTH'S ROMANCE Comedietta (Tue. Dec. 9, 1879) by Frederick W. Broughton/ MADAME FAVART Opera-Comique (250th Night) by Offenbach. Libretto by MM. Chivot and Duru. Condition good       (g)£100.00 prog
PROG1378 Royal Strand Theatre MADAME FAVART. Music by Offenbach. 265th Night. From Thursday, Jan. 2nd, 1880. Cast includes Miss Florence St. John. Produced under the Direction of H. B. Farnie small punch holes on left margin     £45.00 prog
PROG1248 St. James's Theatre THE QUEEN'S SHILLING A Comedy in Three Acts, Adapted from Le Fils de Famille by G. W. Godfrey; THE FALCON by Alfred Tennyson 1880 23 January. Single-fold. neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG439f VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand MEADOW SWEET Comedy by Terra Cotta/ CLARISSA by Robert Buchanan (founded on Richardson's novel) (f) MEADOW SWEET Comedy (Sat. Feb.8, 1880) by Terra Cotta/ CLARISSA by Robert Buchanan (founded on Richardson's novel). Condition poor and detached (photo. on cover)       (f)£10.00 prog
PROG424b PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE A HAPPY PAIR Comedietta (Sat. March 13, 1880) by S. Theyre Smith/ FORGET-ME-NOT Play by F.C.Grove and Herman Merivale (b) A HAPPY PAIR Comedietta (Sat. March 13, 1880) by S. Theyre Smith/ FORGET-ME-NOT Play by F.C.Grove and Herman Merivale. Condition fair       (b)£40.00 prog
PROG13 Opera Comique FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : OPERA COMIQUE : THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE : 1880 (inscribed Poppie & George April 13th, 1880) (with IN THE SULKS) Cast: George Grossmith, Richard Temple, George Temple, George Power, Rutland Barrington, ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG428 ROYAL PARK THEATRE, Park Street, Camden Town TRUTH Comedy (Mon. April 26th, 1880) by Bronson Howard TRUTH Comedy (Mon. April 26th, 180) by Bronson Howard. Condition good       £40.00 prog
PROG1218 Royal Strand Theatre MADAME FAVART by Offenbach 1880 Monday May 24th 407th REPRESENTATION Royal Strand Theatre (with RUTH'S ROMANCE by Frederic W. Broughton very faint trace of small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £50.00 prog
PROG14 Opera Comique FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : OPERA COMIQUE : THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE : 1880 (inscribed Monday June 6th, 1880) (with IN THE SULKS) (Cast as above) (purple)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1395 Royal Connaught Theatre OBSTINATE BRETONS adpt. C.H. Morton (1865 : Le Voyage En Chine) by Bazin (1816-1878) Saturday 19 June 1880       £45.00 prog
PROG403d DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL THE WORLD Realistic Drama (d) THE WORLD Realistic Drama (from.July 31, 1880) by Paul Meritt, Henry Petitt & Augustus Harris. Cast: William Rignold, Augustus Harris etc. : condition fair (cover illustrated)       (d)£35.00 prog
PROG1209 Strand Theatre OLIVETTE Opera Comique. Written by H.B. Farnie. Strand Theatre On SATURDAY, September 18th, 1880 AND EVERY EVENING, single-fold, VG neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG1375 Strand Theatre OLIVETTE. Music by Audran. Written and Composed by H. B. Farnie Saturday October 25th, 1880 (First Time) small punch holes on left margin     £45.00 prog
PROG424c PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE ANNE-MIE by Rosier Faassen (c) ANNE-MIE (Mon. Nov. 29, 1880) by Rosier Faassen. Condition fair with stains       (c)£30.00 prog
PROG439d VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand AULD ACQUAINTANCE Drama by J.Dilly/ THE GUV'NOR Comedy by E.G. Lankester (d) AULD ACQUAINTANCE Drama (Fri. Dec. 3rd, 1880) by J.Dilly/ THE GUV'NOR Comedy by E.G. Lankester (120th Night). Condition good       (d)£40.00 prog
PROG1376 Strand Theatre OLIVETTE. Music by Audran. Written and Composed by H. B. Farnie Saturday December 11th, 1880 (76th night)       £45.00 prog
PROG1382 Adelph Theatre THE ILLUSTRIOUS STRANGER/ GREEN BUSHES THE ILLUSTRIOUS STRANGER/ GREEN BUSHES (inscribed 29/12/80)       £45.00 prog
PROG15 Opera Comique FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : OPERA COMIQUE : THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE: (pencilled date 1881) (with IN THE SULKS) (Cast as above) (white)       £6.00 prog
PROG18 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1881. Savoy Theatre PATIENCE/ MOCK TURTLES (green single-fold) with original cast list , good condition       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1216 St James's Theatre THE SQUIRE A New and Original Play, in Three Acts, Written by Mr. A. W. Pinero St James's Theatre. The Incidental Music has been Specially Composed by Mr. FREDERIC CLAY, two-fold but split in two, small clip top front left small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £30.00 prog
PROG401c CRITERION (c) TWO ROSES Comedy (11/1/1881) by James Albery. Cast: William Farren, Geoge Giddons etc. : condition fair (spot colour blue/red)         (c)£35.00 prog
PROG434b THEATRE ROYAL NEW SADLER'S WELLS BLOWER JONES Farce by J.R. Brown/ HAMLET (b) BLOWER JONES Farce (Mon. Feb. 28th, 1881) by J.R. Brown/ HAMLET played by Hermann Vezin. Condition good       (b)£40.00 prog
PROG434c THEATRE ROYAL NEW SADLER'S WELLS UST MY LUCK Farce/ MARY WARNER Drama by Tom Taylor (c) JUST MY LUCK Farce (March 19, 1881)/ MARY WARNER Drama by Tom Taylor. Condition fair       (c)£35.00 prog
PROG65 Opera Comique 1881 PATIENCE (year inscribed on front) (opened 23 April) June. OPERA COMIQUE (Lessee and Manager: Mr. D'Oyly Carte) (preceded by UNCLE SAMUEL Written by Arthur Law; Music by George Grossmith) Cast : Grossmith, Barrington, Bowley, Temple, Thornton, Lely, Bond, Gwynne, Fortescue, Barnett, Braham (Her First Appearance at this Theatre). Conductor : Frank Cellier Condition: traces of folds, some marks to outside back margins, ow good   £200.00 prog
PROG16 Opera Comique FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1881 (opened 23 April) June. OPERA COMIQUE (Lessee and Manager: Mr. D'Oyly Carte) PATIENCE (preceded by UNCLE SAMUEL Written by Arthur Law; Music by George Grossmith). Cast : Grossmith, Barrington, Bo ...
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    £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG397e ALHAMBRA THEATRE ROYAL (e) JEANNE, JEANNETTE and JEANNETON Grand Opera (23/5/1881) by M.M. Clairville & Delacour. Music by P.Lacome. English libretto by R.Reece. Cast: Alice May, Miss St. Quinten etc.: condition good - spot ...
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        (e)£40.00 prog
PROG434d THEATRE ROYAL NEW SADLER'S WELLS THE DAY AFTER THE WEDDING Farce/ DELILAH by James Willing (d) THE DAY AFTER THE WEDDING Farce (June 6th, 1881)/ DELILAH by James Willing. Condition fair       (d)£35.00 prog
PROG410e HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL SOCIETY Comedy by T.W.Robertson. (e) SOCIETY Comedy (Mon. July 4th, 1881) by T.W.Robertson. Cast: Arthur Cecil, Smedley etc. : condition fair       (e)£40.00 prog
PROG17 Opera Comique FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1881 OPERA COMIQUE Morning Performance On Saturday, August 6th, 1881, at 2.30 o'clock precisely PATIENCE (folded across : small invisible repair 4cms from spine) (original cast)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG403e DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL YOUTH Drama (e) YOUTH Drama (from Aug. 6, 1881) by Paul Meritt and Augustus Harris. Cast: John Ryder, George Rignold etc.(includes INCIDENTAL MUSIC to HENRY VIII by Arthur Sullivan) : condition - worn       (e)£50.00 prog
PROG1279 Savoy Theatre PATIENCE (1881) facsimile PATIENCE (with MOCK TURTLE) small (10 x 15.5 cms) single-fold light green, with fine line-drawings, pristine centre-fold. Fine copy neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £6.00 facsimile only prog
PROG432a ROYALTY THEATRE, Dean Street, Soho FOR LIFE Comedy-Drama by J.G.Taylor/ GENEVIEVE DE BRABANT by Offenbach (a) FOR LIFE Comedy-Drama (Nov. 21st, 1881) by J.G.Taylor/ GENEVIEVE DE BRABANT by Offenbach. Condition good       (a)£40.00 prog
PROG19 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1882 (pink) Savoy Theatre IOLANTHE (Cast: Grossmith, Barrington, Rowan, Manners, Temple, Barnett, Bond, Cathcart, Gwynne, Grey and Braham). Preceded by A PRIVATE WIRE by Arnold Felix and Frank Desprez ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1231 Savoy Theatre PATIENCE facsimile only . Savoy Theatre (1881/2) 1881/2 PATIENCE (with MOCK TURTLE) small single-fold (10 x 15.5 cms) single-fold blue decorative front (the three aesthetics in a cameo), with very fine line-drawings, pristine centre-fold (In consequ ...
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      £6.00 facsimile only prog
PROG410f HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL A LESSON Comedy by F.C.Burnand with PLOT AND PASSION Play by Tom Taylor (Sat. Jan. 7th, 1882) with details of OURS Comedy by T.W.Robertson (f) A LESSON Comedy by F.C.Burnand with PLOT AND PASSION Play by Tom Taylor (Sat. Jan. 7th, 1882) with details of OURS Comedy by T.W.Robertson (Jan. 19th, 1882). Cast: Brookfield, Pinero, Arthur Cecil ...
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      (f)£50.00 prog
PROG399b (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (b) BOCCACCIO Opera Comique (April 22nd, 1882) by Herr Von Suppe. English version by Messrs R.Reece & H.B. Farnie. Condition good         (b)£40.00 prog
PROG410g HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL ODETTE Play by Victorien Sardou (g) ODETTE Play (Tue. May 9th, 1882) by Victorien Sardou. Cast: Bancroft, Carne etc. : condition good (coloured design)       (g)£60.00 prog
PROG394j (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (j) RICHELIEU by Lord Lytton with Edwin Booth: condition good Monday, June 26th, 1882       (j)£50.00 prog
PROG413a ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. Henry Irving) ROMEO AND JULIET Shakespeare's Tragedy (a) ROMEO AND JULIET Shakespeare's Tragedy (Tue. July 18th, 1882). Condition good       (a)£50.00 prog
PROG403f DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL PLUCK Drama (f) PLUCK Drama (Aug. 5th, 1882) by Henry Pettitt and Augustus Harris. Cast: J.H.Barnes, A.C.Lilly etc. : condition good (illustrated)       (f)£50.00 prog
PROG399c (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (c) THE FAST COACH Farce (from 14 October, 1882) by R.Soutar and J.G.Taylor/ RIP VAN WINKLE Opera Comique. Original French text by H. Meilhac and P. Gille, English version by H.B. Farnie. Music by Rob ...
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        (c)£60.00 prog
PROG398c AVENUE THEATRE Northumberland Avenue, Charing Cross (c) MANTEAUX NOIRS Comic Opera (undated : 150th Perfromance Nov. 16th, 1882) adapted from the French of Scribe, by W.Parke and Harry Paulton. Music by P. Bucalossi (1832-1918). Cast: Mons. Marius, H. ...
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(cc) another for the 130th Performance 30 October 1882 (small punch holes on left margin) condtion fair, (pink) £30.00 production ran June to December 1882     (c)£35.00 (cc)£30.00 prog
PROG410h HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE OVERLAND ROUTE Comedy by Tom Taylor (h) THE OVERLAND ROUTE Comedy (Sat. Nov. 4th, 1882) by Tom Taylor. Cast: Alfred Bishop etc. : condition good (coloured design)       (h)£60.00 prog
PROG1278 Savoy Theatre IOLANTHE (1882) facsimile 1882 IOLANTHE (with MOCK TURTLE) small (10 x 15.5 cms) single-fold coloured decorative throughout, with pristine centre-fold. Fine copy neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £6.00 facsimile only prog
PROG413b ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. Henry Irving) MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (b) MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Shakespeare's Comedy (Thur. Dec. 21st, 1882). Condition good       (b)£50.00 prog
PROG1280 Vaudeville Theatre SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL to be followed by THE ORANGE TREE by H.J. Byron and concluding with BUBBLE & SQUEAK by Mr. F. Hay 1883. 381st NIGHT, single-fold, folded across hinge split 5 cms at top, and chipped at hinge bottom; neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, cover grubby     £25.00 prog
PROG416b NATIONAL STANDARD THEATRE WE ALL HAVE OUR LITTLE FAULTS Comic Drama/ROBIN HOOD Burlesque by Robert Reece (b) WE ALL HAVE OUR LITTLE FAULTS Comic Drama (Mon. April 30th, 1883)/ ROBIN HOOD Burlesque by Robert Reece. Condition fair       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG1393 Royalty Theatre THE MERRY DUCHESS by G. R. Sims and Frederic Clay (a)3 May 1883 (pink : condition fair) £45.00 (b) another copy (blue) £40.00 Cast includes Kate Santley and Louie Henri     (a)£45.00 (b)£40.00 prog
PROG1415 GAIETY THEATRE ROYCE BENEFIT FUND Tuesday, May 15 1883 at 1.30 : includes Trio and Quintette from the Second Act of PATIENCE : Miss Fortescue, Miss Julia Gwynne, Mr. Richard Temple, Miss Eric Lewis, Mr. D. Leli; also Musical Sketch by ...
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cloth binding on spine, plain outer back wrap, VG     £50.00 prog
PROG1302 Vaudeville Theatre CONFUSION by Joseph Derrick 1883 : single-fold (with AN OLD MASTER by H.A. Jones) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, hinge split (with archive tape repair), edge splits, worn     £25.00 prog
PROG20 Lyceum Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1883 Lyceum Theatre (Lessee: Henry Irving) : PYGMALION AND GALATEA (revival from December 8th, 1883) by W.S.Gilbert. Cast includes Mary Anderson (buff single-fold). Programme of music includes GRACEFU ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG66 Lyceum Theatre PYGMALION AND GALATEA (revival from Saturday, December 8th, 1883). Preceded by A SHEEP IN WOLF'S CLOTHING by Tom Taylor Lyceum Theatre. Sole Lessee - Mr. Henry Irving. Cast includes Mary Anderson (buff single-fold). Programme of music includes GRACEFUL DANCE from HENRY VIII by Sir Arthur Sullivan Condition: good (ex-album strip on outside back page hinge)     £150.00 prog
PROG23 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1884 Savoy Theatre PRINCESS IDA upright two-fold chromo cardwith attractive cast illustrations (11 x 17 cms)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG13 Savoy Theatre PRINCESS IDA first-run 1884 (first run : pink paper - good condition) Cast: Barrington, Bracy, Lely, Ryley, Grossmith, Temple, Gray, Lugg, Braham, Brandram, Chard, Bond, Grey, Heathcote, Carr. Cond. Frank Cellier scarce     £175.00 scarce prog
PROG22 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1884 Savoy Theatre PRINCESS IDA : Saturday Evening, January 5th, 1884 : green, two-fold(13.5 x 20.25 cms)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG21 Lyceum Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1884 Lyceum Theatre (Lessee: Henry Irving) PYGMALION AND GALATEA
COMEDY AND TRAGEDY (from Jan. 26th, 1884). Drama written specially for Miss Mary Anderson by WSG. Condition: VG
      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG67 Lyceum Theatre PYGMALION AND GALATEA
COMEDY AND TRAGEDY (Drama written specially for Miss Mary Anderson)
(from Jan. 26th, 1884). Lyceum Theatre (Lessee: Henry Irving) Condition: VG (neat stitch holes on hinge)     £125.00 prog
PROG409a GRAND THEATRE, Islington MONEY Comedy by Lord Lytton (a) MONEY Comedy (Mon. March 31st, 1884) by Lord Lytton. Condition worn       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG409b GRAND THEATRE, Islington THE DONAGH Irish Drama by G.F.Rowe. (b) THE DONAGH Irish Drama (Sat. April 12th, 1884) by G.F.Rowe. Condition good       (b)£40.00 prog
PROG408b GLOBE THEATRE DICK Comic Opera (b) DICK Comic Opera (Thurs. April 17, 1884) Libretto by Alfred Murray. Music by Edward Jakobowski. Pink. Codition fair. (Lessees and Directors Messrs. JOHN HOLLINGSHEAD & J.L.SHINE)       (b)£40.00 prog
PROG409c GRAND THEATRE, Islington WHITE SLAVE by Bartley Campbell (c) WHITE SLAVE (Mon. August 18th, 1884) by Bartley Campbell. Condition fair       (c)£35.00 prog
PROG1206 Lyceum Theatre PYGMALION AND GALATEA
COMEDY AND TRAGEDY (Drama written specially for Miss Mary Anderson)
(from September 6th, 1884). Lyceum Theatre (Lessee: Henry Irving) ex-album, neat removal, very clean     £125.00 prog
PROG1391 Comedy Theatre GRAND MOGUL Music by M. Edmond Audran 29 November 1884 Cast includes Frank Wyatt, Arthur Roberts and Florence St. John (small punch holes on left margin)     £45.00 prog
PROG1256 Toole's Theatre BABES, Or, Whines from the Wood by Harry Paulton. The Sparkling Music written and Composed by W. C. Levey; OFF DUTY by T. Edgar Pemberton 1884 8 Dec. Two-fold       £50.00 prog
PROG425a THE PRINCE'S THEATRE CALLED BACK Play by Hugh Conway & Comyns Carr (a) CALLED BACK Play (18 Dec. 1884) by Hugh Conway & Comyns Carr. Condition fair (with advertisement under AMUSEMENTS : SAVOY THE SORCERER and TRIAL BY JURY)       (a)£50.00 prog
PROG70 Royal Court Theatre COX AND BOX by F C Burnand 1885 Jan. Royal Court Theatre COX AND BOX by F C Burnand. Cast: Lyons, Cecil, Cook/ YOUNG MRS. WINTHROP Play by Bronson Howard. Condition fair       £60.00 prog
PROG1388 Comedy Theatre BARBE BLEUE by Offenbach with Florence St. John (small punch holes on left margin)     £45.00 prog
PROG416a NATIONAL STANDARD THEATRE OFF-DUTY Comedy by T. Edgar Pemberton (a) OFF-DUTY Comedy (Mon. March 30th, 1885) by T. Edgar Pemberton/ BABES Burlesque by Harry Paulton & W.C.Levey. Condition fair       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG409d GRAND THEATRE, Islington A DANGEROUS GAME Drama by Sir Randal Roberts (d) A DANGEROUS GAME Drama (Mon. April 6, 1885) by Sir Randal Roberts. Condition worn       (d)£35.00 prog
PROG24 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1885 (light green) : Savoy Theatre THE MIKADO (inscribed Tues. 14th April '85) Cast : Temple, Lely, Grossmith, Barrington, Bovill, Braham, Bond, Grey & Brandram (approx. size 14 x 22.5 cms)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1247 Theatre Royal, Haymarket LAST NIGHTS prior to MR. & MRS. BANCROFT'S RETIREMENT from management 1885 Thursday, June 25th. Single-fold. DIPLOMACY An English Version of M. SARDOU'S Comedy, "Dora," by Mr. Clement Scott and Mr. B. C. Stephenson. The Band will play the following music... (includes Me ...
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neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG425b THE PRINCE'S THEATRE FIRST IN THE FIELD Comedy by C.M.Rae/ THE GREAT PINK PEARL Farcical Play by R.C.Carton & Cecil Raleigh (b) FIRST IN THE FIELD Comedy (Mon. July 6th, 1885) by C.M.Rae/ THE GREAT PINK PEARL Farcical Play by R.C.Carton & Cecil Raleigh. Condition good       (a)£40.00 prog
PROG410i HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL DARK DAYS Play by J.Comyns Carr and Hugh Conway (i) DARK DAYS Play (1885 : Sept. 26th) by J.Comyns Carr and Hugh Conway. Cast: Beerbohm Tree etc. : good (chromo)       (i)£75.00 prog
PROG416c NATIONAL STANDARD THEATRE THE RULING PASSION Drama by James Willing (c) THE RULING PASSION Drama (Wed. Oct. 14th, 1885) by James Willing. Condition worn       (c)£35.00 prog
PROG401g CRITERION (g) THE CANDIDATE Comedy (from Monday Oct. 26th, 1885). Cast: Charles Wyndham, George Giddens etc. : condition near MINT (gold edged card)         (g)£95.00 prog
PROG1215 Royal Strand Theatre Miss Minnie Palmer in MY SWEETHEART by William Gill. Royal Strand Theatre (manager Mr John Hollingshead) pp8 outer wraps detached, ow good small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £30.00 prog
PROG71 Prince of Wales's Theatre DOROTHY by B.C.Stephenson & Alfred Cellier 1886 Prince of Wales's Theatre DOROTHY by B.C.Stephenson & Alfred Cellier (Under the direction of George Edwardes - reworked transfer from The Gaiety Theatre). Cast includes Marion Hood and C. Hayden ...
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      £100.00 prog
PROG425c THE PRINCE'S THEATRE ENEMIES by Charles F. Coghlan (c) ENEMIES (Jan. 28, 1886) by Charles F. Coghlan. Condition good       (b)£40.00 prog
PROG413c ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. Henry Irving) FAUST Tragedy adapted by W.G.Wills (c) FAUST Tragedy (Mon. May 17th, 1886) adapted by W.G.Wills. Condition fair       (c)£40.00 prog
PROG430h ROYAL STRAND THEATRE A NIGHT OFF Eccentric Comedy by Augustin Daly (based upon a German piece by Franz Von Schonthan (h) A NIGHT OFF Eccentric Comedy (Thurs. May 27th, 1886) by Augustin Daly (based upon a German piece by Franz Von Schonthan). Condition good - edges chipped       (h)£40.00 prog
PROG1400 Comedy Theatre THE LILY OF LEOVILLE. Music by Ivan Caryll. Lyrics by Clement Scott. (inscribed 2 June 1886). Cast: Hayden Coffin Ex-Album     £30.00 prog
PROG1214 Strand Theatre NANCY AND COMPANY Farce adapted and augmented by Augustin Daly (from the German of Julius Rosen) 1886 Tuesday July 20th Strand Theatre small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG409e GRAND THEATRE, Islington SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Comedy by Sheridan (e) SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Comedy (Mon. Sept. 20th, 1886) by Sheridan. Condition worn       (e)£30.00 prog
PROG409f GRAND THEATRE, Islington ERMINIE Comic Opera by Harry Paulton. (f) ERMINIE Comic Opera (Mon. Oct. 4th, 1886) by Harry Paulton. Music by Edward Jakobowski. Condition fair       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG1264 Toole's Theatre RETURN OF MR. J. L. TOOLE. SEASON 1886-7. HESTER'S MYSTERY By A. W. Pinero; THE BUTLER by Mr. & Mrs. Herman Merivale 1886. 6 Dec.Single-fold, outer wrap clipped (very small) top corner right (image not affected) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG410j HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL HARD HIT Play by Henry Arthur Jones (j) HARD HIT Play (Mon. Jan. 17th, 1887) by Henry Arthur Jones. Cast: Frank Archer, E.S.Willard , H.Beerbohm Tree etc. : condition good       (j)£50.00 prog
PROG427a ROYAL COURT THEATRE DANDY DICK Comedy by Pinero (a) DANDY DICK Comedy (Thursday, Jan. 27th, 1887) by Pinero. Condition fair       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG439e VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand A DARK NIGHT'S BRIDAL Poetical Comedy by Robert Buchanan, founded on a Prose Sketch by Mr. R. L. Stevenson)/ SOPHIA Comedy by Robert Buchanan (founded on Henry Fielding'd TOM JONES) (e) A DARK NIGHT'S BRIDAL Poetical Comedy (Wed. June 15th, 1887) by Robert Buchanan, founded on a Prose Sketch by Mr. R. L. Stevenson)/ SOPHIA Comedy (350TH PERFORMANCE) by Robert Buchanan (founded on ...
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      (e)£40.00 prog
PROG410k HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL JIM, THE PENMAN Romance by Charles L. Young (k) JIM, THE PENMAN Romance (1887: Sept. 25th) by Charles L. Young. Cast: Willard, Macklin, Beerbohm. Music includes Selection fom THE MIKADO by Sir Arthur Sullivan : condition good (coloured)       (k)£50.00 prog
PROG1259 Theatre Royal, Haymarket THE RED LAMP by W. Outram Tristram; THE BALLAD MONGER by Walter Besant and Walter Pollock 1887 9 November. Single-fold (detached) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £35.00 prog
PROG421d ROYAL OLYMPIC THEATRE, Strand HELD BY THE ENEMY Military Drama by Wm. Gillette (d) HELD BY THE ENEMY Military Drama (Sat. Dec. 24, 1887) by Wm. Gillette. Condition good       (d)£50.00 prog
PROG25 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1888 Savoy Theatre THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1st Revival March 17 - June 6 worn (pink)       £6.00 each prog
PROG437b TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) A SHOWER OF BLACKS Comic Operetta in One Act adapted from the French by Messrs. Arthur Shirley & Walter Parke. Music by Ernest Buccalossi/ SWEET LAVENDER Drama by Pinero (b) A SHOWER OF BLACKS Comic Operetta in One Act (printed date : 3/4/88) adapted from the French by Messrs. Arthur Shirley & Walter Parke. Music by Ernest Buccalossi/ SWEET LAVENDER Drama by Pinero. C ...
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      (b)£35.00 prog
PROG401e CRITERION (e) DAVID GARRICK by T. W. Robertson (printed date 27/4/88) Cast: Wyndham, James, Dagnall, Blakeley etc (folded card)         (e)£45.00 prog
PROG437e TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY Play by Mrs. Hodgson-Burnett (e) LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY Play (printed date: 11.5.88) by Mrs. Hodgson-Burnett. Condition : detached, small tear front bottom right       (e)£25.00 prog
PROG437d TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY Play by Mrs. Hodgson-Burnet (d) LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY Play (printed date: 11.5.88) by Mrs. Hodgson-Burnett. Condition good       (d)£40.00 prog
PROG72 Royal Court Theatre AUNT JACK Farce by Ralph R. Lumley and TO THE RESCUE Comedietta by Dora V. Greet. 1888 November. Royal Court Theatre : (undated: July 13th) AUNT JACK Farce by Ralph R. Lumley. Cast includes Weedon Grossmith/ TO THE RESCUE Comedietta by Dora V. Greet. Interlude music includes THE MI ...
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      £50.00 prog
PROG401f CRITERION (f) BETSY Comedy (opened Sat. Aug. 11th, 1888 - 14/8/88) by F.C.Burnand. Cast: William Blakeley, A.Boucicault etc. : condition good (spot colour blue/red), card         (f)£50.00 prog
PROG410l HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL CAPTAIN SWIFT Play by C. Haddon Chambers. (l) CAPTAIN SWIFT Play (6 Sept. 1888) by C. Haddon Chambers. Cast: Beerbohm Tree etc. : condition good (card - decorated)       (l)£75.00 prog
PROG1227 Royal Court Theatre MAMMA ! A Translation by Mr. Sydney Grundy. Royal Court Theatre 1888 Cast includes Arthur Cecil (first production in new theatre) preceded at 8 by the Musical Triumviretta COX & BOX, single-fold small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) front bottom centre margin, hinge partly split     £50.00 prog
PROG408c GLOBE THEATRE THE MONK'S ROOM Romantic Play (c) THE MONK'S ROOM Romantic Play (Tuesday, Oct. 2nd, 1888) by John Lart. Condition good (sl. chip cover bottom right) (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Lart)       (c)£40.00 prog
PROG26 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1888 FACSIMILE EIGHT-PAGE BOOKLET : THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (inscribed Tu. Oct. 9th, 1888 T.F.Howell : first night six days before) (colour illustrations throughout from PRINCESS IDA and THE MIKADO by ...
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      £15.00 facsimile prog
PROG435a SHAFTESBURY THEATRE AS YOU LIKE IT (a) AS YOU LIKE IT (Oct. 20th, 1888). Cast : Crauford, Ferguson, Basing, Jackson, Stirling etc. Condition good       (a)£40.00 prog
PROG1385 Lyceum Theatre THE LADY OF LYONS by Bulwer Cast includes Mary Anderson (from October 27th, 1888 October 27th) small punch holes on left margin     £45.00 prog
PROG437f TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (f) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (inscribed 15/12/88 275th performance T.F.Howell). Cast: Brandon Thomas, Reeves Smith, Alfred Bishop, Edward Terry etc.(three-fold)       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG410m HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL MASKS AND FACES (m) MASKS AND FACES (iscribed T.F.Howell Wed. 19/12/88 Matinee). Cast : Brookfield, Macklin, Tree       (m)£40.00 prog
PROG437g TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) SPECIAL MATINEE : Miss Kate Vaughan LOVE AND HONOUR by Alexandre Dumas, Fils (g) SPECIAL MATINEE : Miss Kate Vaughan. Thursday, December 20th, 1888. LOVE AND HONOUR by Alexandre Dumas, Fils. Cast : includes Kate Vaughan + Monologue HOW IT HAPPENED (single-fold)       (g)£25.00 prog
PROG27 Theatre Royal, Haymarket FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1889 Theatre Royal, Haymarket THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (inscribed T.F.Howell Matinee Jan. 9th 89). Music by Sir ARTHUR SULLIVAN three-fold       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG408k GLOBE THEATRE SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER by Oliver Goldsmith (k) SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER by Oliver Goldsmith (inscribed T.F.Howell Tu. 29/1/89). Cast: Crompton, Harkins, Herbert etc. (N.B. Conductor : Edward German) (Programme of Music includes SUITE DE BALLET No ...
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      (k)£35.00 prog
PROG408l GLOBE THEATRE THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL by Richard Brinsley Sheridan (l) THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL by Richard Brinsley Sheridan (inscribed Thos.F.Howell Thurs. 21/2/89). Cast: Fernandez, Harkins, Weedon Grossmith, Herbert etc. (N.B. Conductor : Edward German) VG       (l)£35.00 prog
PROG437h TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (h) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (inscribed Tu. 26.2.89 T.F.Howell). Cast: Brandon Thomas, Reeves Smith, Alfred Bishop, Edward Terry etc.(three-fold)       (h)£35.00 prog
PROG410n HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR by Shakespeare (n) THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR by Shakespeare (inscribed T.F.Howell Th. 11.4.89). Cast: Tree, Macklin, Kemble. Musical Director : Hamilton Clarke (arranger of THE MIKADO overture)       (n)£40.00 prog
PROG407a GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) THE PROFLIGATE by A.P. W. Pinero (a) THE PROFLIGATE by A.P. W. Pinero (inscribed Thos.F.Howell Fri. May 3rd/89). Cast : Hare, Robertson Waller, Brough etc. The Incidental Song with Guitar accompaniment, sung by Mr. Avon Saxon, has be ...
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      (a)£45.00 prog
PROG410p HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL WEALTH by Henry Arthur Jones (p) WEALTH by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed Sat. May 11th/89). Cast: Tree, Macklin, Brookfield       (p)£50.00 prog
PROG437i TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (i) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (inscribed Tu. 26.6.89 T.F.Howell). Cast: Brandon Thomas, Reeves Smith, Alfred Bishop, Edward Terry etc.(three-fold chromolithograph)       (i)£50.00 prog
PROG407b GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) THE PROFLIGATE Play (b) THE PROFLIGATE Play (26 July 1889) by Pinero. The Incidental Song with Guitar accompaniment, sung by Mr. Avon Saxon, has been most kindly composed by Sir ARTHUR SULLIVAN. Condition fair       (b)£40.00 prog
PROG435b SHAFTESBURY THEATRE THE MIDDLEMAN Play by Henry Arthur Jones (b) THE MIDDLEMAN Play (Tue. Aug. 27th, 1889) by Henry Arthur Jones. Willard, Mackintosh, Esmond Cane (three-fold paper) Condition good       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG437j TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (j) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (inscribed Tu. 22/10/89 T.F.Howell). Cast: Brandon Thomas, Reeves Smith, Alfred Bishop, Edward Terry etc.(three-fold chromolithograph)       (j)£50.00 prog
PROG435c SHAFTESBURY THEATRE THE MIDDLEMAN by Henry Arthur Jones (c) THE MIDDLEMAN by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed Thos. F. Howell Fr. 1/11/89) Cast : Willard, Mackintosh, Esmond Cane (three-fold paper)       (c)£35.00 prog
PROG74 Prince of Wales's Theatre CASTE by T.W.Robertson c.1890's Prince of Wales's Th. (undated) CASTE by T.W.Robertson (revival) - on opposite page is written: In answer to many inquiries with which Mrs. Bancroft has been honoured arrangements are conclud ...
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      £75.00 prog
PROG1237 SOUVENIR SOUVENIR OF Mr. J.L. TOOLE 1890 autographed outer wrap: With best wishes from Yours truly J L Toole pp34 (held together by ribbon) (back page detached). Toole created the eponymous part of Thespis in the first Gilbert & Sullivan pro ...
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cameo of Mr.J.L. Toole on cover, covers foxed, largely disbound     £40.00 prog
PROG430t ROYAL STRAND THEATRE BOYS WILL BE BOYS Comedietta by J. Mackay. Cast : Graham, Eversfield, Nainby and Esmond
OUR FLAT Farcical Comedy by Mrs. Musgrave
(t) BOYS WILL BE BOYS Comedietta by J. Mackay. Cast : Graham, Eversfield, Nainby and Esmond
OUR FLAT Farcical Comedy by Mrs. Musgrave. Cast : Fawcett, Edouin, Eversfield, Hawtry etc. (inscribed This ...
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      (t)£35.00 prog
PROG407d GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) (d) LA TOSCA Drama by Victorien Sardou adapted by F.C. Grove and Henry Hamilton (d) LA TOSCA Drama by Victorien Sardou adapted by F.C. Grove and Henry Hamilton (inscribed Fri. Feb. 21. 1890 Thos. F. Howell Matinee : Last Performance) Cast: Leclercq, Beere, Forbes-Robertson, Walle ...
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      (d)£45.00 prog
PROG408m GLOBE THEATRE F.R. Benson's Shakesperian Company presents A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (m) F.R. Benson's Shakesperian Company presents A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (inscribed Thos. F. Howell Mat. Wed. 26.2.90). Cast: Brydone, Major, Benson, Ross etc.       (m)£35.00 prog
PROG76 Theatre Royal, Haymarket A VILLAGE PRIEST by Sydney Grundy and COMEDY AND TRAGEDY by W.S.Gilbert 1890 (from April 3rd) Theatre Royal, Haymarket :
A VILLAGE PRIEST by Sydney Grundy. Suggested by the French Play `Le Secret de la Terreuse'
COMEDY AND TRAGEDY by W.S.Gilbert. Cast includes Fred Te ...
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      £65.00 prog
PROG394c (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (c) GREEN BUSHES Drama (April 19th, 1890) by J.B.Buckstone. Cast: Frank Cooper etc. : coloured card - condition good         (c)£50.00 prog
PROG443a THEATRE DU VAUDEVILLE, Paris L'ILLUSTRATION : Mlle Magnier (cover engraving) (folded card approx. 10.5 x 16 cms) LE SANGLIER Comedie de M.A.Bisson/ FEU TOUPINEL Comedie de M.A.Bisson (a) L'ILLUSTRATION : Mlle Magnier (cover engraving) (inscribed T.F.Howell Tu. 13.5.90) (folded card approx. 10.5 x 16 cms) LE SANGLIER Comedie de M.A.Bisson/ FEU TOUPINEL Comedie de M.A.Bisson. VG sca ...
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      (a)£50.00 prog
PROG1249 Royalty Theatre THE BARRISTER by Geo. Manville Fenn and J. H. Darnley; THE BAILIFF, by Fred W. Broughton 1890 17 May. Two-fold, sl. crumpled, faded neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £35.00 prog
PROG443b THEATRE DU VAUDEVILLE, Paris L'ILLUSTRATION : M.F. Febvre (cover engraving) (folded card approx. 10.5 x 16 cms) Comedie-Francaise LE DEMI-MONDE de M. Alexandre Dumas fils (b) L'ILLUSTRATION : M.F. Febvre (cover engraving) (inscribed T.F.Howell Tu. Wed. 21.5.90) (folded card approx. 10.5 x 16 cms) Comedie-Francaise LE DEMI-MONDE de M. Alexandre Dumas fils. VG scarce       (b)£50.00 prog
PROG409h GRAND THEATRE, Islington Mr Henry Irving and Lyceum Theatre Company LOUIS XI Play by Casimir Delavigne (h) Mr Henry Irving and Lyceum Theatre Company LOUIS XI Play by Casimir Delavigne (adapted by Dion Boucicault). Cast : Irving, Harvey, Terris, Howe etc. (inscribed Thos. F.Howell Wed. 9.7.90) (include ...
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      (h)£40.00 prog
PROG427l ROYAL COURT THEATRE THE CABINET MINISTER Farce by A.W.Pinero (l) THE CABINET MINISTER Farce by A.W.Pinero (inscribed Thos. F. Howell Fri. 11.7.90). Cast: Saunders, Cecil, Aynesworth, Brandon Thomas, Weedon Grossmith, Waring, Farren etc. (Programme of Music incl ...
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      (l)£35.00 prog
PROG432b ROYALTY THEATRE, Dean Street, Soho SWEET NANCY Comedy adapted by Robert Buchanan from Rhoda Broughton's novel NANCY (b) SWEET NANCY Comedy (Mon. Oct. 6, 1890) adapted by Robert Buchanan from Rhoda Broughton's novel NANCY. Condition good       (b)£40.00 prog
PROG414a LYRIC THEATRE LA CIGALE Opera Comique (a) LA CIGALE Opera Comique (Oct. 9th, 1890) by Messrs. Chivot an Duru and Composed by M. Audran. English Version written by F.C.Burnand and Composed by Ivan Caryll. Condition good       (a)£60.00 prog
PROG437k TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (k) SWEET LAVENDER Domestic Drama by A.W.Pinero (inscribed Tu. 28/10/90 T.F.Howell). Cast: Vernon, Reeves Smith, Julian Cross, Edward Terry etc.(three-fold card)       (k)£35.00 prog
PROG429h ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE ANTONY & CLEOPATRA (h) ANTONY & CLEOPATRA (inscribed T.F.Howell Tu. 18.11.90 1st night) Cast : Coghlan, Kemble Cooper, Beverley, Black, Stirling, Mrs Langtry (three-fold : red spot colour) VG       (h)£40.00 prog
PROG437l TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) MY FRIEND JARLET by Goldsworthy and Norman/ IN CHANCERY Farce by Pinero (l) MY FRIEND JARLET by Goldsworthy and Norman/ IN CHANCERY Farce by Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell Fr. 5.12.90). Cast : Edward Terry, Julian Cross, F.W. Irish, Prince Miller (three-fold card)       (l)£35.00 prog
PROG29 The Royal English Opera FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1891 FOUR-PAGE replica OF IVANHOE. The Royal English Opera. Proprietor and Manager R. D'Oyly Carte. Words by Julian Sturgis. Music by Arthur Sullivan (inscribed Sat. 31.1.91 T.F.Howell First Night) Fo ...
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      £15.00 facsimile prog
PROG1205 Royal English Opera IVANHOE(1891) Alice Havers colour chromo card two-fold programme pp6 detached and damaged (cast list on verso of cover intact) rare, if damaged, item   £40.00 prog
PROG410t HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE DANCING GIRL by Henry Arthur Jones (t) THE DANCING GIRL by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed T.F.Howell 19.2.91). Cast: Tree, Kerr, Batson       (t)£50.00 prog
PROG407e GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) LADY BOUNTIFUL by A. W. Pinero (e) LADY BOUNTIFUL by A. W. Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell Fr. 13.3.91). Cast: Hare, Somerset, Forbes-Robertson, Groves (Programme of Music includes Selection from IOLANTHE by Sir Arthur Sullivan)       (e)£40.00 prog
PROG77 The Royal English Opera IVANHOE A Romantic Opera in Three Acts 1891 The Royal English Opera IVANHOE
A Romantic Opera in Three Acts.
Words by Julian Sturgis.
Music by Arthur Sullivan (inscribed 17-3-91)
Cast : Norman Salmond, Richard Green, Francois Noije, ...
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Folded in four (archive tape repairs in three places : two on spine and one on outside back page : small horizontal) ow fair copy rare   £110.00 prog
PROG439l VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand HEDDA GABLER Ibsen's Last Play. For the first time in England ( (l) HEDDA GABLER Ibsen's Last Play. For the first time in England (5 matinee performances only : Mon. April 27 - Fri. May 1) by Special Arrangement with Edmund Gosse and W.H.Heinemann under the joint ...
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      (l)£125.00 scarce prog
PROG401i CRITERION (i) THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL by Sheridan (inscribed T.F.Howell 2.5.91) Cast: Farren, Vincent, Wyndham, Bourchier etc. (three-fold card) VG         (i)£40.00 prog
PROG401j CRITERION (j) THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL by Sheridan (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 2.5.91) A Few Notes Concerning the Original Production (booklet approx. 13 x 10 cms pp12) VG         (j)£35.00 prog
PROG437m TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry THE ROCKET Comic Drama by Pinero (m) THE ROCKET Comic Drama by Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell Mon. 4.5.91). Cast : Edward Terry, Henry Esmond, Ian Robertson, Robert Soutar       (m)£35.00 prog
PROG30 The Royal English Opera FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : IVANHOE (1891) Also available as a folded upright (12.5 x 20 cms) four-page greetings card with a different Alice Havers colour figure on cover/ later cast list inside facing blank greetings page/ out ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG78 Opera Comique 1891 JOAN OF ARC Burlesque Opera by J.L. Shine & Adrian Ross 1891 JOAN OF ARC Burlesque Opera by J.L. Shine & Adrian Ross. Music by F. Ormond Carr (composer of HIS EXCELLENCY in 1894).Opera Comique (inscribed T.F.Howell 13.6.91) triptych coloured chrom. with se ...
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      £95.00 prog
PROG31 The Royal English Opera FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1891 The Royal English Opera IVANHOE A Romantic Opera in Three Acts. Words by Julian Sturgis. Music by Arthur Sullivan (inscribed T.F.Howell Fr. 31.7.91) Cast : Norman Salmond, Wallace Brownlow, Eugen ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG79 Toole's Theatre A COMMISSION by Weedon Grossmith 1891 Toole's Theatre 23 October THE LANCASHIRE SAILOR by Brandon Thomas (also in cast)
A COMMISSION by Weedon Grossmith (also in cast)/ A PANTOMIME REHEARSAL by Cecil Clay (with Weedon Grossmith in ...
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      £35.00 prog
PROG437n TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) THE TIMES Comedy by Pinero (n) THE TIMES Comedy by Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 24.10.91 First Night). Cast: Lovell, Elliot, Terry, Esmond, Thorne (two-fold card) FINE       (n)£65.00 first night prog
PROG1230 MYERS GRAND OPERA HOUSE (Janesville, Wisconsin, USA) 1891. Janesville, Wisconsin. Tuesday Evening Nov. 3d. HOME OPERA CO., In the ever popular and beautiful Comic Opera THE MIKADO 50 SELECTED SINGERS, 20 YOUNG LADIES, 40 CHILDREN In the Grand Japanese Ballet Dance, 90 IN THE GRAND ENSEMBLE. WITH GRAND ORCHESTRA single fold, large 24.5 x 32 cms, ex-album with heavy brown staining (glue) all around the margins on the outside back page, and odd light brown smear on the front, cast list and synopsis on centre pa ...
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    £80.00 prog
PROG398d AVENUE THEATRE Northumberland Avenue, Charing Cross (d) THE CRUSADERS Comedy of Modern London Life by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 21.11.91). Cast : Arthur Cecil, Yorke Stephens, Lewis Waller, Weedon Grossmith etc. (landscape format) VG       (d)£35.00 prog
PROG32 The Royal English Opera FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1891 Richard D'Oyly Carte's production at The Royal English Opera of Messager's new opera LA BASOCHE from Nov.3, 1891 - Jan. 16, 1892. Conductor Mr. F. Cellier. Printed date : 27/11/91. The programme ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG33 Lyric Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1892. THE MOUNTEBANKS by WSG and Alfred Cellier       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG410u HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL HAMLET by Shakespeare (u) HAMLET by Shakespeare (inscribed T.F.Howell 8.3.92). Cast : Macklin, Tree, Kemble. Incidental music by George Henschel (friend of Arthur Sullivan)       (u)£30.00 prog
PROG1405 Lyric Theatre THE MOUNTEBANKS by W. S. Gilbert and Alfred Cellier (opened January 4th, 1892; 229 performances) card tryptych with neat outer repair (white) to first hinge Inscribed 20/4/92. Cast : Harry Monkhouse, Frank Wyatt, Arthur Playfair, Charles Gilbert, J. Robertson, Lionel Brough, Furneaux Cook, Cecil Burt, Gilbert Porteous, Lucille Saunders, Aida Jenoure, Eva ...
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Decorative cover     £175.00 prog
PROG437o TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) THE MAGISTRATE Comedy by Pinero (o) THE MAGISTRATE Comedy by Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell 3.5.92). Cast: Terry, Cape, MacKintosh, Maxwell, Esmond (three-fold)       (o)£50.00 prog
PROG410v HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL PERIL English version by Mr. "Saville Rowe" and Mr. B.C. Stephenson of M. Victorien Sardou's "Nos Intimes" (v) PERIL English version by Mr. "Saville Rowe" and Mr. B.C. Stephenson of M. Victorien Sardou's "Nos Intimes" (inscribed T.F.Howell Sar. 14.5.92). Cast : MAcklin, Tree, Terry, Julia Neilson       (v)£30.00 prog
PROG81 Lyric Theatre THE MOUNTEBANKS by W. S. Gilbert and Alfred Cellier (opened January 4th, 1892; 229 performances) Lyric Theatre : inscribed June 1890 (sic : a contemporary mistake!). Thursday, June 9th, 1892. Cast : Harry Monkhouse, Frank Wyatt, Arthur Playfair, Charles Gilbert, J. Robertson, Lionel Brough, Furne ...
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      £160.00 prog
PROG1394 Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh Auguste Van Biene’s Comic Opera Company including Miss Florence St. John LA MASCOTTE by Audran Monday 13 June 1892 (with DC OC small advert)     £45.00 prog
PROG80 Toole's Theatre WALKER, LONDON A New Comedy Play by J.M.Barrie 1892. WALKER, LONDON A New Comedy Play by J.M.Barrie.With J.L.Toole as Jasper Phipps. (inscribed T.F.Howell Mon. 13.6.92). Toole's Theatre FINE       £75.00 prog
PROG1396 Tyne Theatre, Newcastle SILVER KING Written by Henry A. Jones & Henry Herman Cast includes Walter Passmore. Monday 19 September 1892 (Tyne Orchestra includes PINAFORE Selection) (front top right clipped)     £40.00 prog
PROG401k CRITERION (k) THE BAUBLE SHOP by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed T.F.Howell Tu. 14.2.93) Cast: Wyndham, Somerset, Aynesworth etc. (Mary Moore indisposed : Sybil Carlisle) (three-fold card) VG         (k)£40.00 prog
PROG438a TRAFALGAR SQUARE THEATRE St. Martin's Lane, W.C. Henrik Ibsen's Latest Play THE MASTER BUILDER (a) Henrik Ibsen's Latest Play THE MASTER BUILDER (For the First Time in England) Cast: (inscribed T.F.Howell Wed. Mat. 22.2.93)       (a)£50.00 prog
PROG407f GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) DIPLOMACY An English Version of M. Victorien Sardou's DORA by Clement Scott and B.C. Stephenson (f) DIPLOMACY An English Version of M. Victorien Sardou's DORA by Clement Scott and B.C. Stephenson (inscribed T.F.Howell Fr. 24.2.93) Cast: Bancroft, Cecil, Forbes-Robertson, Hare etc. VG       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG408n GLOBE THEATRE CHARLEY'S AUNT by Brandon Thomas (n) CHARLEY'S AUNT by Brandon Thomas (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 25.2.93). Cast: Hendrie, Everard, Lyndal, Farmer, Penley etc. (three fold card) VG       (n)£35.00 prog
PROG34 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1893 Savoy Theatre HADDON HALL (green paper 2-fold) (printed date: 4/3/93)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG430i ROYAL STRAND THEATRE NO CREDIT Comedietta by Mis Emily Coffin/ NIOBE (ALL SMILES) Fantastic Mythological Modern Comedy by Harry and Edward Paulton (i) NO CREDIT Comedietta (Tuesday, April 11th, 1893) by Mis Emily Coffin/ NIOBE (ALL SMILES) Fantastic Mythological Modern Comedy by Harry and Edward Paulton. Programme of Music includes SELECTION fro ...
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      (i)£40.00 prog
PROG413d ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. Henry Irving) BECKET by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (d) BECKET (May 22 - 27, 1893) by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Condition worn and torn       (d)£20.00 prog
PROG1251 St. James's Theatre THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY by Arthur W. Pinero 1893 27 May. Single-fold, coloured, decorative cover neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG422h (ROYAL) OPERA COMIQUE HEDDA GABLER by Henrik Ibsen (h) HEDDA GABLER by Henrik Ibsen. Trans. by Edmund Gosse (inscribed T.F.Howell Mat. Mon. 29.5.93) Cast: Buist, Robins, Cowen, Linden, Sugden, Waller, Hunter (three-fold paper)       (h)£65.00 prog
PROG422i (ROYAL) OPERA COMIQUE ROSMERSHOLM By Henrik Ibsen (i) ROSMERSHOLM By Henrik Ibsen (inscribed T.F. Howell Mat. Wed. 31.5.93) Cast: Robins, Ivor, Waller, Forde, Gould, Buist (three-fold paper)       (i)£65.00 prog
PROG83 Garrick Theatre DIPLOMACY. A Play in Four Acts. An English Version of M. Victorien Sardou's "Dora" by Clement Scott and B.C. Stephenson 1893 Cast : Mr & Mrs Bancroft, Arthur Cecil, J. Forbes-Robertson etc. Garrick Th. (inscribed T.F.Howell Fr. 16/6/93) FINE       £50.00 prog
PROG408o GLOBE THEATRE CHARLEY'S AUNT by Brandon Thomas (o) CHARLEY'S AUNT by Brandon Thomas (inscribed T.F.Howell Mon. 19.6.93). Cast: Hendrie, Everard, Reeves Smith, Farmer, Penley etc. (three fold card) VG       (o)£35.00 prog
PROG410w HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE by Henrik Ibsen (w) AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE by Henrik Ibsen (inscribed T.F.Howell Mat. Wed. 21.6.93). Cast: Tree, Kemble       (w)£50.00 prog
PROG414b LYRIC THEATRE ELEONORA DUSE in LA DAME AUX CAMELIAS (Camille) by Alexandre Dumas fils (b) ELEONORA DUSE in LA DAME AUX CAMELIAS (Camille) by Alexandre Dumas fils. (inscribed T.F.Howell Tu. 4.7.93) Cast: Duse, Ando, Mazzanti etc. (three-fold paper) VG       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG430j ROYAL STRAND THEATRE THE LADY KILLER a version of Bisson's 115, RUE PIGALLE (j) THE LADY KILLER (17 Oct. 1893) a version of Bisson's 115, RUE PIGALLE. Condition good       (j)£40.00 prog
PROG35 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1893 Savoy Theatre UTOPIA, LIMITED (light orange) single-fold, print run 1,000 dated 31/10/93 (inscribed 1 Nov. 1893)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG410x HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL HE TEMPTER by Henry Arthur Jones (x) THE TEMPTER by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed T.F.Howell 3.11.93). Cast: Tree, Terry, Julia Neilson. The Overture, Entr'actes, and Incidental Music composed by EDWARD GERMAN       (x)£40.00 prog
PROG1211 Terry's Theatre THE NEW BOY by Arthur Law (with THE GENTLEMAN WHIP by H.M. Paul). Terry's Theatre under the Management of Weedon Grossmith Cast includes WEEDON GROSSMITH; card triptych, VG neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom section     £45.00 prog
PROG402a DALY'S THEATRE, Leicester Square (a) Augustin Daly's Company of Comedians 1893 Seventh Season in London 1894 TWELFTH NIGHT. Cast: John Craig, Sidney Herbert, Thomas Bridgland, Hobart Bosworth etc.(inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 10.2.94) ( ...
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        (a)£35.00 prog
PROG1261 Theare Royal, Haymarket THE CHARLATAN by Robert Buchanan; preceded by SIX PERSONS by I. Zangwill 1894. Single-fold, ex-album neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG438b TRAFALGAR SQUARE THEATRE St. Martin's Lane, W.C. GO-BANG Farcical Comedy by Adrian Ross and Osmond Carr (b) GO-BANG Farcical Comedy by Adrian Ross and Osmond Carr (inscribed T.F.Howell 16.3.94) Cast: Grattan, Playfair, Geo. Grossmith, Junr., JESSIE BOND etc. (three-fold coloured card) VG scarce       (b)£60.00 scarce prog
PROG84 Trafalgar Square Theatre GO-BANG Farcical Comedy by Adrian Ross and Osmond Carr TRAFALGAR SQUARE THEATRE St. Martin's Lane, W.C. GO-BANG Farcical Comedy by Adrian Ross and Osmond Carr (inscribed T.F.Howell 16.3.94) Cast: Grattan, Playfair, Geo. Grossmith, Junr., JESSIE BOND etc. ...
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      £60.00 prog
PROG399l (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (l) Special Matinee on behalf of The Actors' Benevolent Fund FROU-FROU by Meilhac and Halevy (inscribed T.F.Howell 17.3.94) Cast : Brandon Thomas, Cyril Maude, H.B. Irving, Will Dennis etc.(evening pe ...
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        (l)£35.00 prog
PROG433b ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. THE MASQUERADERS Play by Henry Arthur Jones (b) THE MASQUERADERS Play (Sat. April 28th, 1894) by Henry Arthur Jones. Programme of music includes a SELECTION from UTOPIA by Arthur Sullivan. Condition good (cover coloured)       (b)£45.00 prog
PROG410y HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE DANCING GIRL by Henry Arthur Jones (y) THE DANCING GIRL by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed T.F.Howell 13.5.94). Cast: Tree, Kerr, Batson, Julia Neilson       (y)£35.00 prog
PROG394d (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (d) THE TWO ORPHANS. Drama (June 2nd, 1894 : in pencil 8/6/94) with Herbert Flemming etc.: condition fair (coloured) (NB Programme of music contains SELECTION "UTOPIA" by Sullivan MD Edward Jones)         (d)£35.00 prog
PROG414c LYRIC THEATRE LITTLE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Burlesque Opera (Sat. June 2nd, 1894) by Geo. R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh. Music by Ivan Caryll (c) LITTLE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Burlesque Opera (Sat. June 2nd, 1894) by Geo. R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh. Music by Ivan Caryll. Cast : Lonnen, Laidlaw, Gregory, Tate etc. Condition good (paper)       (c)£34.00 prog
PROG402b DALY'S THEATRE, Leicester Square (b) Sarah Bernhardt (With her entire Company, Scenery and Dresses from the Theatre de la Renaisance, Paris) in FEDORA Drama by V. Sardou. Graceful Dance by Sullivan included in Programme of Music (ins ...
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        (b)£50.00 prog
PROG399m (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (m) Mr. Willard's Season THE PROFESSOR'S LOVE STORY by J.M.Barrie (inscribed T.F.Howell 21.7.94) Cast: Willard, Cane, Harting, Canninge etc.         (m)£35.00 prog
PROG414d LYRIC THEATRE LITTLE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Burlesque Opera by Geo. R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh. Music by Ivan Caryll (d) LITTLE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Burlesque Opera (inscribed T.F.Howell 25.7.94) by Geo. R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh. Music by Ivan Caryll (three-fold card) VG       (d)£45.00 prog
PROG424g PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE Mr. Arthur Roberts' Season CLAUDE DU-VAL Written by Frederic Bowyer & Payne Nunn. Music Composed by John Crook & Lionel Monckton (g) Mr. Arthur Roberts' Season CLAUDE DU-VAL Written by Frederic Bowyer & Payne Nunn. Music Composed by John Crook & Lionel Monckton (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. Mat. 29.9.94) Cast: Thorne, Morgan, Clar ...
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      (g)£50.00 prog
PROG86 Lyric Theatre 1894 Lyric Theatre HIS EXCELLENCY. A Comic Opera in Two Acts by W.S. Gilbert & F. Osmond Carr Mr George Edwardes' Company. Opened Oct. 27, 1894 and ran for 120 performances: (stamped date 31 Oct. 94 :printed date 29/10/94) Cast: Rutland Barrington; George Grossmith, Charles Kenningham, Augustu ...
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    £165.00 prog
PROG442 THEATRE ROYAL, St. Mary Street, CARDIFF Mr. Fred G. Latham's Company presents THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY by Arthur W. Pinero (a) Mr. Fred G. Latham's Company presents THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY by Arthur W. Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 17.11.94). Cast: C.Aubrey Smith, James Lindsay, Henry Benfield, R.G.Legge, H. Lane Ba ...
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      (a) £45.00 prog
PROG430k ROYAL STRAND THEATRE THE WRONG GIRL Farcical Comedy by H.A.Kennedy (part author) (k) THE WRONG GIRL Farcical Comedy (Wed. Nov. 21st, 1894) by H.A.Kennedy (part author). Condition worn and chipped       (k)£20.00 prog
PROG401l CRITERION (l) THE CASE OF REBELLIOUS SUSAN Comedy by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed T.F.Howell Fr. 23.11.94) Cast : Wyndham, Kemble, Little, Kerr etc. (three-fold card) VG         (l)£40.00 prog
PROG407g GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) MONEY Comedy by Edward Bulwer, Lord Lytton (g) MONEY Comedy (30 Nov. 1894) by Edward Bulwer, Lord Lytton. Cast includes Arthur Cecil and Mrs Bancroft. Condition good       (g)£35.00 prog
PROG1410 Lyric Theatre 1894 Lyric Theatre HIS EXCELLENCY. A Comic Opera in Two Acts by W.S. Gilbert & F. Osmond Carr Mr George Edwardes' Company. Opened Oct. 27, 1894 and ran for 120 performances: (printed date 6/12/94) Cast: Rutland Barrington; George Grossmith, Charles Kenningham, Augustus Cramer, John Le Hay, Art ...
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two-fold paper     £40.00 prog
PROG410z HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL JOHN-A-DREAM by C. Haddon Chambers (z) JOHN-A-DREAM by C. Haddon Chambers (inscribed T.F.Howell 10.12.94). Cast: Tree, Cartwright (with indisposition slip for Mrs Patrick Campbell)       (z)£30.00 prog
PROG1276 Vaudeville Theatre THE NEW BOY by Arthur Law 1895 single-fold. 409th PERFORMANCE on FEBRUARY 6TH. The 1st Anniversary of "THE NEW BOY" will take place on Thursday, February 21… neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £25.00 prog
PROG36 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1895 Feb. 8 Savoy Theatre THE CHIEFTAIN (decorative)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1406 Lyric Theatre 1894 Lyric Theatre HIS EXCELLENCY. A Comic Opera in Two Acts by W.S. Gilbert & F. Osmond Carr tryptych with decorative cover Mr George Edwardes' Company. Opened Oct. 27, 1894 and ran for 120 performances: (printer's date 11/3/95) Cast: Rutland Barrington; George Grossmith, Charles Kenningham, Augustus Cramer, John Le Hay, A ...
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tape repair to outer first fold     £140.00 prog
PROG85 Daly's Theatre AN ARTIST'S MODEL By Owen Hall. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank. Music by Sidney Jones 1895 Daly's (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 30/3/95). Cast : Marie Tempest, Kate Hodson, Marie Studholme, Louie Pounds, C. Hayden Coffin etc. (landscape : folded vertically) VG       £65.00 prog
PROG407h GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) (h) THE NOTORIOUS MRS EBBSMITH by A. W. Pinero (h) THE NOTORIOUS MRS EBBSMITH by A. W. Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 6.4.95) Cast : Hare.Robertson, Forbes-Robertson, C.Audrey Smith etc. VG       (h)£35.00 prog
PROG87 Lyric Theatre HIS EXCELLENCY 1894 Lyric Theatre HIS EXCELLENCY. A Comic Opera in Two Acts by W.S. Gilbert & F. Osmond Carr. Mr George Edwardes' Company. Opened Oct. 27, 1894 and ran for 120 performances: Saturday, April 6th, 1895 (also another printed date at bottom of programme 5/4 - 95). Cast: Rutland Barrington; George Grossmith, Charles Kenningham, Augustus Cramer, John Le Hay, Arthur Playfair, Ge ...
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    £150.00 prog
PROG424h PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE GENTLEMAN JOE (THE HANSOM CABBY). Musical Farce. Words and Lyrics by BASIL HOOD. Music by Walter Slaughter (h) GENTLEMAN JOE (THE HANSOM CABBY). Musical Farce. Words and Lyrics by BASIL HOOD. Music by Walter Slaughter (inscribed T.F.Howell Wed. 24.4.95) Cast: Arthur Roberts, Philp, Vernon, Kelly, Jecks etc ...
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      (h)£50.00 prog
PROG89 Gaiety Theatre THE SHOP GIRL Musical Farce by H.J.W.Dam 1895 Gaiety Theatre THE SHOP GIRL Musical Farce by H.J.W.Dam. Music by Ivan Caryll. Cast: Williams, Hicks, Grossmith, Junr. etc. : condition good (printed date: 23/5/95)       £100.00 prog
PROG410bb HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL FEDORA by Victorien Sardou (bb) FEDORA by Victorien Sardou (inscribed T.F.Howell . Mon. 27.5.95). Cast: Tree, Gould, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Mrs Bancroft       (bb)£40.00 prog
PROG402d DALY'S THEATRE, Leicester Square Augustin Daly's Company of Comedians with Ada Rehan.Eighth Season in London THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. (d) Augustin Daly's Company of Comedians with Ada Rehan.Eighth Season in London THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. Cast: Clarke, Worthing, Craig, Herbert, Maxwell, Varrey, Leclercq, Lewis, Gresham, Tyrone P ...
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      (d)£35.00 prog
PROG37 Theatre Royal, Croydon FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1895 Theatre Royal, Croydon Program (sic) Three-fold chromolithograph (Wilson's Art Theatrical Printers, Leicester regd.) Monday, September 9th, 1895, And Every Evening During the Week, Important Enga ...
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      £8.00 facsimile prog
PROG399n (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (n) THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT Comedy by Arthur W. Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell Tu. 3.12.95) Cast: Lindley, Fitzgerald, Beringer, Emery, Maude etc.         (n)£35.00 prog
PROG91 Savoy Theatre THE MIKADO Savoy Theatre landscape format : pink ILLUSTRATED sepia cover (possibly from Alice Havers's original first-run programme design - 16.25 x 12.5 cms) (printed date: 1,000/9/12/95). Cast: Fische, Kenningham, Passmore, ...
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      £40.00 prog
PROG410cc HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL TRILBY by Paul M. Potter (cc) TRILBY by Paul M. Potter (inscribed T.F.Howell . Mon. 9.12.95). Cast : Tree, Maurice, Brough, Gerald du Maurier       (cc)£35.00 prog
PROG90 Savoy Theatre 1895 THE MIKADO Savoy Theatre (inscribed Dec 11th 95) (landscape format : pink ILLUSTRATED sepia cover (possibly from Alice Havers's original first-run programme design - 16.25 x 12.5 cms) (printed date: 1,000/9/12/95). Cast: Fisc ...
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      £50.00 prog
PROG1257 St. James's Theatre AS YOU LIKE IT 1896. The whole of the Incidental Music to the final act of the play hs been specially composed by Mr. Edward German. The rest of the Music composed by Mr. Walter Slaughter, single-fold detached, ex-a ...
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neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £30.00 prog
PROG1195 Savoy Theatre THE GRAND DUKE Libretto (Chappell pp59) (inscribed March 10 1896 Third Night : with a few pencilled comments about the music)       £90.00 rare prog
PROG414e LYRIC THEATRE THE SIGN OF THE CROSS by Wilson Barrett (e) THE SIGN OF THE CROSS (inscribed T.F.Howell 16.3.96) by Wilson Barrett. Cast: Barrett, McLeay, Hudson, Irwin, Manning (three-fold card) (Music conducted by the Composer Mr. Edward Jones) VG       (e)£45.00 prog
PROG414f LYRIC THEATRE THE SIGN OF THE CROSS by Wilson Barrett (f) THE SIGN OF THE CROSS (Sat. May 30th, 1896) by Wilson Barrett. Condition good (three-fold paper)       (f)£50.00 prog
PROG93 Daly's Theatre THE GEISHA Book by Owen Hall. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank. Music by Sidney Jones 1896 Daly's Theatre (inscribed T.F.Howell Fr.31.7.96) worn       £50.00 prog
PROG92 Savoy Theatre THE MIKADO Savoy Theatre 1896 (inscribed Aug 6). landscape format : pink ILLUSTRATED sepia cover (possibly from Alice Havers's original first-run programme design - 16.25 x 12.5 cms) (printed date: 1,000/9/12/95). Cast: Fisch ...
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      £55.00 prog
PROG437p TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) LOVE IN IDLENESS Comedy by Louis N. Parker & Edward J. Goodman (p) LOVE IN IDLENESS Comedy by Louis N. Parker & Edward J. Goodman (inscribed T.F.Howell Fr. 23.10.96). Cast: Terry, Ashcroft, Farquhar, Brough (card two-fold) (decorative cover)       (p)£35.00 prog
PROG432e ROYALTY THEATRE, Dean Street, Soho Mr. George Alexander's Season HIS LITTLE DODGE Comedy (from the French of Georges Feydeau and Maurice Hennequin) (e) Mr. George Alexander's Season HIS LITTLE DODGE Comedy (from the French of Georges Feydeau and Maurice Hennequin) (inscribed T.F.Howell 5.11.96). Cast: Fred Terry, Weedon Grossmith, Alfred Maltby, ...
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      (e)£35.00 prog
PROG398e AVENUE THEATRE Northumberland Avenue, Charing Cross (e) LITTLE EYOLF by Henrik Ibsen translated by William Archer (inscribed T.F.Howell 26.11.96) Cast: Courtenay Thorpe, Janet Achurch, Stewart Dawson, Elizabeth Robins, C.M.Lowne, Mrs Patrick Campbell (performance at 3 pm) (three-fold) VG       (e)£65.00 prog
PROG39 Alhambra Theatre of Varieties FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1897 Alhambra Theatre VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND A Grand National Ballet in Eight Tableaux. The Scenario Arranged and the Ballet Invented by Carlo Coppi. Music by Arthur Sullivan printed paper (singl ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1258 St. James's Theatre THE HOBBY-HORSE by Arthur W. Pinero 1897. Single-fold neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £40.00 prog
PROG410ee HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE LITTLE MINISTER by J.M. Barrie (ee) THE LITTLE MINISTER by J.M. Barrie (Inscribed T.F.Howell 11/12/97) Cast: Elliot, Maude, Brandon Thomas. The Overture, Entr'actes and Incidental Music specially written by Sir Alexander MacKenzie ...
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      (ee)£40.00 prog
PROG427m ROYAL COURT THEATRE SWEET NANCY Comedy (adapted from Rhoda Broughton's novel "Nancy") by Robert Buchanan (m) SWEET NANCY Comedy (adapted from Rhoda Broughton's novel "Nancy") by Robert Buchanan (inscribed T. F. Howell 17.2.97) (coloured cover) Cast: Maurice, Canninge, Harvey, Short, Trebel etc.       (m)£35.00 prog
PROG401n CRITERION (n) ROSEMARY by Louis N. Parker amd Murray Carson (inscribed T.F.Howell 22.2.97) Cast: Wyndham, Barnes, Bishop, Douglas (Programme of Music includes FANTASIA "Reminiscences of Fifty Years (1838-1887) ...
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        (n)£40.00 prog
PROG94 Prince of Wales Theatre 1897 Prince of Wales Theatre : LA POUPEE Wed. Feb. 24th LA POUPEE by Maurice Ordonneau, adapted by Arthur Sturgess. Music by Edmond Audran. Cast: includes Courtice Pounds . Condition very good       £75.00 prog
PROG414g LYRIC THEATRE Wilson Barrett's Season THE DAUGHTERS OF BABYLON by Wilson Barrett (g) Wilson Barrett's Season THE DAUGHTERS OF BABYLON by Wilson Barrett (inscribed T.F.Howell Th. 25.2.97). Cast: Brydone, Barrett, McLeay, Hudson (three-fold card) VG       (g)£40.00 prog
PROG424i PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE LA POUPEE by Maurice Ordonneau, the English Adaptation by Arthur Sturgess. Music by Edmond Audran (i) LA POUPEE by Maurice Ordonneau, the English Adaptation by Arthur Sturgess. Music by Edmond Audran (inscribed T.F.Howell 6.3.97) Cast: Courtice Pounds, Norman Salmond, Charles Wibrow (three-fold co ...
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      (i)£40.00 prog
PROG407j GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) MY FRIEND THE PRINCE by Justin Huntly McCarthy (j) MY FRIEND THE PRINCE by Justin Huntly McCarthy (inscribed T.F.Howell 12.3.97) Cast: Lyndal, Arthur, Kaye etc. (three-fold card ) VG       (j)£40.00 prog
PROG399o (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (o) SAUCY SALLY (adapted from LA FLAMBOYANTE) Farce by F.C.Burnand (inscribed T.F.Howell 27.3.97) Cast: Hawtrey, Lovell, Volpe, Draycott, Cosham etc.(Programme of Music under the direction of Ernest B ...
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        (o)£35.00 prog
PROG435d SHAFTESBURY THEATRE THE YASHMAK Musical Play. Libretto by Cecil Raleigh and Seymour Hicks. Music by Napoleon Lambelet (d) THE YASHMAK Musical Play. Libretto by Cecil Raleigh and Seymour Hicks. Music by Napoleon Lambelet (inscribed T.F.Howell 3.4.97) Cast: Le Hay, Mackinder, D'Orsay, Emney (three-fold coloured card) V ...
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      (d)40.00 prog
PROG430u ROYAL STRAND THEATRE JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN by Henrik Ibsen (translated by William Archer (u) JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN by Henrik Ibsen (translated by William Archer) (inscribed T.F.Howell mat. 3/5/97 First performance) Cast: Vernon, Ward, Harvey, Robins, Tree, Welch, Barton, Caldwell       (u)£60.00 prog
PROG410dd HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL UNDER THE RED ROBE Romantic Play adapted by Edward Rose from the novel by Stanley Weyman. (dd) UNDER THE RED ROBE Romantic Play (10 May 1897) adapted by Edward Rose from the novel by Stanley Weyman. Cast: Herbert Waring, Sydney Valentine etc. Programme of Music includes Selection from IOLA ...
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      (dd)£65.00 prog
PROG401o CRITERION (o) THE PHYSICIAN by Hnry Arthur Jones (inscribed T.F.Howell 29.5.97) Cast: Wyndham, Bishop, Thalberg, Kenyon etc (three-fold paper) (Programme of Music includes Selection from THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD ...
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        (o)£35.00 prog
PROG38 Alhambra Theatre of Varieties VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND Ballet 1897 (inscribed 4.6.97) Alhambra Theatre of Varieties VICTORIA AND MERRIE ENGLAND. A Grand National Ballet in Eight Tableaux. The Scenario Arranged and the Ballet Invented by Carlo Coppi. Music by Art ...
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      £15.00 richly coloured facsimile on card prog
PROG427n ROYAL COURT THEATRE Mr. John Hare's Season CASTE Comedy by T.W.Robertson (n) Mr. John Hare's Season CASTE Comedy by T.W.Robertson (inscribed T.F.Howell 12.6.97) (coloured cover) Cast : Gillmore, Kerr, Hare etc.       (n)£35.00 prog
PROG1252 Theatre Royal, Haymarket THE LITTLE MINISTER by J.M. Barrie 1897 16 November. Single-fold; The Overture, Entr'actes and Incidental Music have been specially written by SIR ALEXANDER MACKENZIE neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG1430 Prince of Wales Theatre LA POUPEE Souvenir Christmas 1897 : pp32 plus outer wraps. Dudley Hardy image p3       £40.00 prog
PROG95 Prince of Wales Theatre DIPLOMACY Prince of Wales Theatre : (undated : 1898) (Managers: Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft) DIPLOMACY Play adapted for the English Stage from M. Victorien Sardou's Comedy DORA by Mr. Saville Rowe and Mr. Bolton Rowe. Cast: Bancrofts, Cecil e ...
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      £50.0 prog
PROG1340 Vaudeville Theatre THE FRENCH MAID Musical Comedy. Written by BASIL HOOD. Music Composed by Walter Slaughter 1898 12 February : pp4 for the 292nd time in London. Cast includes Richard Green and Louie Pounds neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £50.00 prog
PROG437q TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry HE WHITE KNIGHT Comedy by G. Stuart Ogilvie (q) THE WHITE KNIGHT Comedy by G. Stuart Ogilvie (inscribed T.F.Howell 26/2/98 1st Night). Cast: Terry, Champion, Abingdon, George etc. (three-fold card) with upright postcard-sized promotional card ( ...
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      (q)£65.00 first night prog
PROG97 Daly's Theatre THE GEISHA Book by Owen Hall. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank. Music by Sidney Jones 1898 Sat. March 26th Daly's Theatre with Rutland Barrington as The Marquis Imari, folded down centre, ow good       £65.00 prog
PROG98 Shaftesbury Theatre THE BELLE OF NEW YORK. Book by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker 1898. Shaftesbury Theatre (inscribed T.F.Howell 23/4/98). Cast : Dan Daly, Harry Davenport, Edna May etc., two-fold, coloured VG       £100.00 prog
PROG40 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1898 Savoy Theatre THE BEAUTY STONE 3-fold (printed date: 14/6/98)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG443c THEATRE DU VAUDEVILLE, Paris L'ILLUSTRATION (pp12 paper booklet with ribbon approx. 10 x 15.5 cms) ZAZA Comedie de MM. Pierre Berton et Charles Simon (c) L'ILLUSTRATION (inscribed T.F.Howell 14/6/98) (pp12 paper booklet with ribbon approx. 10 x 15.5 cms) ZAZA Comedie de MM. Pierre Berton et Charles Simon (with illustrated biographies) scarce       (c)£65.00 prog
PROG414h LYRIC THEATRE Madame SARAH BERNHARDT'S Performances, With the entire Company, Scenery and Dresses from the Theatre de la Renaissance, Paris (h) Madame SARAH BERNHARDT'S Performances, With the entire Company, Scenery and Dresses from the Theatre de la Renaissance, Paris Under the Direction of Mr. Maurice Grau FROU-FROU Comedy by Mm. H. Mei ...
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      (h)£50.00 prog
PROG437r TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (r) THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 9/7/98). Cast : Fernandez, Poulton, Nettlefold, Tearle, Kate Vaughan (card three-fold)       (r)£40.00 prog
PROG100 Daly's Theatre A GREEK SLAVE. Book by Owen Hall, Lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross. Music by Sidney Jones. 1898 Sat. July 16th Daly's Theatre A GREEK SLAVE with Rutland Barrington as Marcus Pompenius (landscape) folded down in half, small ageing spot on this fold, ow good       £65.00 prog
PROG394e (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (e) THE GIPSY EARL Romantic Drama ( from Aug. 31st 1898) by George R. Sims. Cast: Fred Terry, Miss Julia Neilson etc.: condition fair         (e)£30.00 prog
PROG1403 Svoy Theatre THE SORCERER and TRIAL BY JURY : triptych, paper, printed date 1,000/28,9/98 inscribed 28.9.98 (along inside margin in pencil) Titles and year date at top front as well faded     £75.00 prog
PROG1253 Theatre Royal, Haymarket THE LITTLE MINISTER by J.M. Barrie (end of run until October : next production THE MANOEUVRES OF JANE by Henry Arthur Jones) 1898 25 October. Single-fold; The Overture, Entr'actes and Incidental Music have been specially written by SIR ALEXANDER MACKENZIE neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG1226 Savoy Theatre THE SORCERER and TRIAL BY JURY. Savoy Theatre : triptych, paper, printed date 1,000/26/10/98 1898 sl. trace of ex-album to back margins, small faint library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) front bottom centre panel, ow VG       £75.00 prog
PROG410ff HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE MANOEUVRES OF JANE by Henry Arthur Jones (ff) THE MANOEUVRES OF JANE by Henry Arthur Jones (inscribed T.F.Howell Sat. 29/10/98 1st night) (also inscribed : Rotten) Cast: Maude, Harrison, Hallard       (ff)£30.00 prog
PROG1254 Royalty Theatre A LITTLE RAY OF SUNSHINE by Mark Ambient and Wilton Heriot; MR. CYNIC by W.J. Locke and Garnham Roper 1898 31 December. pp8 stapled booklet, colour on cover; ex-album neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £40.00 prog
PROG96 Prince of Wales Theatre PERIL Play by Mr. Saville Rowe and Mr. Bolton Rowe. Prince of Wales Theatre (undated C.1899) (Managers: Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft).Cast: Mr Bancroft, Cecil, Mrs Kendal etc. : condition fair       £50.00 prog
PROG430l ROYAL STRAND THEATRE AN EMPTY STOCKING Play by Fred Wright, Junr./WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES Farce by George H. Broadhurst (l) AN EMPTY STOCKING Play (24 Feb. 1899) by Fred Wright, Junr./WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES Farce by George H. Broadhurst. Condition good       (l)£40.00 prog
PROG424j PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE THE ONLY WAY (Sat. April 1st, 1899) Adapted by Freeman Wills from Dickens's novel A TALE OF TWO CITIES.(Special music composed by Hamilton Clarke) (j) THE ONLY WAY (Sat. April 1st, 1899) Adapted by Freeman Wills from Dickens's novel A TALE OF TWO CITIES.(Special music composed by Hamilton Clarke). Condition good       (j)£40.00 prog
PROG99 Shaftesbury Theatre THE BELLE OF NEW YORK. A Musical Comedy. Book by Hugh Morton. Shaftesbury Theatre coloured card triptych, printed date, ex-album, very faint trace of small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin       £50.00 prog
PROG41 New Alexandra Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1899 New Alexandra Theatre (by Frank Matcham) Stoke Newington Road, London Week June 14th DC YG (with Workman) (3-fold -central panel VG) (paper repair to left fold) (chipped top right third fold) ow ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG424k PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE HE ONLY WAY : A TALE OF TWO CITIES adapted by Freeman Wills from Dickens's novel (k) THE ONLY WAY : A TALE OF TWO CITIES adapted by Freeman Wills from Dickens's novel (inscribed T.F.Howell 17/6/99) Cast : Blinn, Everill, Sleath, Chart etc (Special music composed by Hamilton Clarke ...
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      (k)£35.00 prog
PROG404a DUKE OF YORK'S THEATRE AN AMERICAN CITIZEN Comedy (a) AN AMERICAN CITIZEN Comedy (from Sat. Sept. 2nd, 1899) by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Cast: N.C.Godwin etc.: condition fair (folded)       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG424l PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE THE MOONLIGHT BLOSSOM Japanese Romance by Chester Bailey Fernald (l) THE MOONLIGHT BLOSSOM Japanese Romance by Chester Bailey Fernald (inscribed T.F.Howell 28/10/99) Cast: Forbes Robertson, Mills, Welch, Bromley Davenport, Mrs Patrick Campbell etc VG       (l)£35.00 prog
PROG441a WYNDHAM'S THEATRE SOUVENIR : WYNDHAM'S THEATRE (a) SOUVENIR : WYNDHAM'S THEATRE Charing Cross Road. Corner of Cranbourne Street. Opened Nov: 16th, 1899 (fully-illustrated with line-drawings and photographs including portraits of Charles Wyndham an ...
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      (a)£50.00 prog
PROG1275 Wyndham's Theatre CYRANO DE BERGERAC by M. Rostand. Adapted from the French by Stuart Ogilvie and Louis N. Parker (1900) single-fold neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £20.00 prog
PROG42 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1900 Savoy Theatre THE ROSE OF PERSIA 3-fold triptych : (printed date: 23/3/1900)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG441b WYNDHAM'S THEATRE CYRANO DE BERGERAC by M. Rostand. Adapted from the French by Stuart Oglvie and Louis N. Parker (b) CYRANO DE BERGERAC by M. Rostand. Adapted from the French by Stuart Oglvie and Louis N. Parker (inscried T.F.Howell 23/4/1900). Cast: Charles Wyndham, Kendrick, Robertshaw, Mary Moore pp8 VG pp8       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG430v ROYAL STRAND THEATRE Six Special Matinees :YOU NEVER CAN TELL By G. Bernard Shaw (v) Six Special Matinees :YOU NEVER CAN TELL By G. Bernard Shaw (Inscribed T.F.Howell 3/5/1900 2nd performance) Cast: Vezin, Charrington, Raiemond (Programme of Music includes Selection from THE PIRAT ...
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      (v)£65.00 prog
PROG1431 The Lyric Theatre, London FLORODORA Musical Comedy (three-fold (card)) Written by Owen Hall. Music by Leslie Stuart. Lyrics by Ernest Boyd-Jones and Paul Rubens. Cast: Charles E. Stevens, Sydney Barraclough, Louis Bradfield, Frank Holt; Evie Green, Nancy Girling, Ada Ree ...
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neat cloth repair to opening hinge, ow VG     £60.00 prog
PROG410gg HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL by R.Sheridan (gg) THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL by R.Sheridan (inscribed T.F.Howell 14/7/1900) Cast: Maude, Kemble, Elliot. Incidental music includes MARCH "The Gondoliers" by Sullivan       (gg)£35.00 prog
PROG44 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1900 THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE at the Savoy Theatre (2nd Revival) June 30 - Nov. 3, 1900 (127 performances) two-fold in VG condition (printed date 1,000/22/9/1900)       £6.00 acsimile prog
PROG1301 Wyndham's Theatre MRS. DANE'S DEFENCE by Henry Arthur James 1900 : pp8 stapled booklet, within outer Wyndham's Theatre coloured wraps. Cast includes Charles Wyndham, Mary Moore and Lena Ashwell neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG43 Birmingham Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1900 Monday 15th October One Week (a Birmingham Theatre) DC OC THE ROSE OF PERSIA       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG45 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1900 Savoy Theatre PATIENCE (printed date: 30/11/1900)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG102 Savoy Theatre PATIENCE (1st Revival Nov. 7, 1900 – April 20, 1901 – 150 performances) 1901 Savoy Theatre PATIENCE (1st Revival Nov. 7, 1900 – April 20, 1901 – 150 performances) (inscribed Jan. 15 : same as printed date) washed-out two-fold card preceded by PRETTY POLLY. Written by Basil Hood. Composed by Francois Cellier.     £30.00 washed-out two-fold card prog
PROG411d HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE TWELFTH NIGHT (d) TWELFTH NIGHT (Inscribed T.F.Howell 9.2.1) (with advertising card) Cast: Taber, Quartermain, White, Smythe, Cookson, L'Estrange, Brough, Forbes, Beerbohm Tree, Coutice Pounds VG       (d)£50.00 prog
PROG1225 Royal Court Theatre A CIGARETTE MAKER'S ROMANCE. A Play in Three Acts by Charles Hannan 1901 18 February. Royal Court Theatre : Mr. Martin Harvey's Season (preceded by SWEET PRUE by Claude Dickens); ex-album, folded across, ow good trace of small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £30.00 prog
PROG399p (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (p) THE BENSON SHAKSPEARE SEASON : CORIOLANUS (inscribed T.F.Howell 21.2.1 Matinee) Cast: Benson, Hignett, Fitzgerald, Swete, Oscar Ashe         (p)£35.00 prog
PROG413e ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. Henry Irving) CORIOLANUS (e) CORIOLANUS (inscribed T.F.Howell 15.4.1 First Night) Cast: Henry Irving, Lugg, Tyars, Barnes, Hearn, Ellen Terry       (e)£50.00 prog
PROG46 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1901 April 27 Savoy Theatre THE EMERALD ISLE 3-fold (1st night) (inscribed T.F.Howell 27.4.1)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG103 Savoy Theatre THE EMERALD ISLE 1901 Savoy Theatre THE EMERALD ISLE 2-fold paper (printed date 9/5/1901), brown punch-hole impressions along the top       £150.00 prog
PROG104 Savoy Theatre THE EMERALD ISLE 2-fold (card) (printed date 31/5/1901) 1901 Savoy Theatre THE EMERALD ISLE 2-fold (card) (printed date 31/5/1901), 3cm split on second fold, ow VG       £165.00 prog
PROG418 NEW THEATRE, St. Martin's Lane. W.C Mrs Patrick Campbell's Season THE JOY OF LIVING by Hermann Sudermann (a) Mrs Patrick Campbell's Season THE JOY OF LIVING by Hermann Sudermann (translated from the German by Edith Wharton). Cast: Pringle, Campbell, Lamborn, Harvey etc. (inscribed T.F.Howell 27.6.1) (cov ...
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      (a)£35.00 prog
PROG411c HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE Mme. SARAH BERNHARDT and M. COQUELIN Season CYRANO DE BERGERAC (c) Mme. SARAH BERNHARDT and M. COQUELIN Season CYRANO DE BERGERAC de Edmond Rostand (under the direction of Maurice Grau) (inscribed T.F.Howell 9.7.1) (sl. foxing at edges, ow good)       (c)£40.00 prog
PROG432f ROYALTY THEATRE, Dean Street, Soho THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY by A.W.Pinero (f) THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY by A.W.Pinero (insrcibed T. Francis Howell 28.10.1). Cast : Titheradge, Arlis, du Maurier, Macdonald (three-fold) VG       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG47 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1901 7 Dec. Savoy Theatre IOLANTHE (printed date: 5/12/01) 3-fold : chipped first and central panel (production details intact)       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG105 Savoy Theatre 1901 Savoy Theatre IOLANTHE triptych : (with THE WILLOW PATTERN by Basil Hood : Cast: Agnes Fraser, Powis Pinder, Rudolph Lewis, Robert Rous) Cast: Passmore, Pinder, Evett, Crompton, Lytton, Rosina Brandram, Louie Pounds, Agnes Fraser, Isa ...
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      £90.00 prog
PROG1412 Wyndham's Theatre THE MUMMY AND THE HUMMING BIRD by Issac Henderson A New and Original Play in Four Acts (outer back wrap missing)     £6.00 prog
PROG411e HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE ULYSSES by Stephen Phillips (e) (1) ULYSSES by Stephen Phillips (inscribed T.F.Howell 15/2/2) Cast: Tree, Lawrence, Asche, Cookson, Courtice Pounds condition good (2) + Booklet ((pp12) (cover design by Chas. A. Buchel)       (e)(1)£40.00 (2) £30.00 prog
PROG48 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1902 Savoy Theatre IOLANTHE (inscribed T.F.Howell 22.2.2). Cast: Passmore, Pinder, Evett, Crompton, Lytton, Rosina Brandram scored out and replaced with Rose Rosslyn, Louie Pounds, Agnes Fraser, Isabe ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1404 Savoy Theatre IOLANTHE (printed date 500 28/2/1902) triptych (second fold - sl. split) Inscribed 5 March 1902. Cast: Passmore, Pinder, Evett, Crompton, Lytton, Rosina Brandram, Louie Pounds, Agnes Fraser, Isabel Agnew, Hart Dyke, Isabel Jay (with THE WILLOW PATTERN by Basil Hood) (three ...
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      £90.00 prog
PROG413f ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. Henry Irving) FAUST (f) FAUST (inscribed T.F.Howell 26.4.2 1st night of Revival) Cast: Stanford, Laurence Irving, Reynolds, Henry Irving       (f)£50.00 prog
PROG436a ST. GEORGE'S HALL, LANGHAM PLACE, W. By arrangement with Mr. Ben Greet and the Elizabethan Stage Society EVERYMAN A Morality Play (a) By arrangement with Mr. Ben Greet and the Elizabethan Stage Society EVERYMAN A Morality Play (inscribed T.F.Howell Mat. 27.5.2)       (a)£20.00 prog
PROG107 Her Majesty's Theatre 1902/3 HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE : THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (with music by Sir Arthur Sullivan) (cast includes Courtice Pounds) : souvenir booklet June 10, 1902 pp12 (Sullivan's music not mentioned)       £70.00 prog
PROG439m VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand QUALITY STREET Comedy by J.M.Barrie (m) QUALITY STREET Comedy by J.M.Barrie (inscribed T.F. Howell 25/9/2). Cast: Seymour Hicks, A. Vane-Tempest, Stanley Brett, George Shelton, Charles Daly, George Hersee, Marion Terry, Henrietta Watson ...
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      (m)£35.00 prog
PROG414i LYRIC THEATRE Mr Forbes Robertson's Season OTHELLO (i) Mr Forbes Robertson's Season OTHELLO (inscribed T.F.Howell 15/12/2 1st Night) Cast: Ian Robertson, Valentine, Walford, McDonald, Buckley, Forbes Robertson etc.       (i)£30.00 prog
PROG414j LYRIC THEATRE THE LIGHT THAT FAILED Adapted from Rudyard Kipling's novel by George Fleming (j) THE LIGHT THAT FAILED Adapted from Rudyard Kipling's novel by George Fleming (inscribed T.F.Howell 7/2/3 1st Night) Cast : Forbes Robertson, Aubrey Smith, Sydney Valentine (with cast list card)       (j)£30.00 prog
PROG108 Her Majesty's Theatre 1902/3 HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE : THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (with music by Sir Arthur Sullivan) (cast includes Courtice Pounds) ( inscribed T.F.Howell 10/2/3) (foxing)       £45.00 prog
PROG404b DUKE OF YORK'S THEATRE Charles Frohman Presents THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON Fantasy by J.M.Barrie (b) Charles Frohman Presents THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON Fantasy by J.M.Barrie (inscribed T.F.Howell 13/2/3) Cast: Kemble, du Maurier, Blakiston, Pickford etc. (director : Dion Boucicault) (three-fold card ...
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      (b)£60.00 prog
PROG411f HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE TRILBY by Paul M. Potter (f) TRILBY by Paul M. Potter (inscribed T.F.Howell 30/3/3) Cast: Tree, Maurice, Brough, Tharp, Stevens, Rose : condition good (folded across)       (f)£40.00 prog
PROG437s TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) MY LADY MOLLY Comedy-Opera. Music by Sidney Jones. Book and Lyrics by G.H. Jessop (s) MY LADY MOLLY Comedy-Opera. Music by Sidney Jones. Book and Lyrics by G.H. Jessop (aditional lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Charles H Taylor) (inscribed T.F.Howell 4/4/3). Cast : Sybil Arundale, De ...
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      (s)£45.00 prog
PROG410hh HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE by Colman and Garrick (hh) THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE by Colman and Garrick (inscribed T.F.Howell 17.6.3 last night) Cast: Maude, Aynesworth, Rignold       (hh)£40.00 prog
PROG394m (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (m) Mr. M.L. Mayer's 32nd Season of French Plays LA TOSCA Drama by Victorien Sardou with Sarah Bernhardt as Floria Tosca (inscribed T.F.Howell 23.6.3) VG         (m)£40.00 prog
PROG404c DUKE OF YORK'S THEATRE Charles Frohman Presents LETTY by Arthur W. Pinero (c) Charles Frohman Presents LETTY by Arthur W. Pinero (inscribed T.F.Howell 8/10/3 1st Night) Cast: H.B.Irving, Dawson, Grimston, Kerr, Boucicault (three-fold card : green cover) (sl. foxing) (under ...
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      (c)£95.00 prog
PROG1411 Wyndham's Theatre LITTLE MARY by J.M. Barrie Charles Frohman Presents, in a Prologue and Two Acts, An Uncomfrotable Play (Comedy) outer wraps missing, ow good     £15.00 prog
PROG411g HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE KING RICHARD II (g) KING RICHARD II (inscribed T.F.Howell 11.11.3) Cast: Tree, Brandon Thomas, Harding, Ashe, Gill, Richard Temple (Act/Scene divisions added neatly in pencil) (foxing on cover, folded across ow good)       (g)£40.00 prog
PROG1401 Adelphi Theatre THE EARL AND THE GIRL (opened 10 December, 1903)       £40.00 prog
PROG THEATRE ROYAL, St. Mary Street, CARDIFF FAREWELL VISIT OF HENRY IRVING AND HIS COMPANY. THE MERCHANT OF VENICE; BECKETby Alfred Lord Tennyson; THE LYONS MAIL by Charles Reade); WATERLOO by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle); THE BELLS (b) FAREWELL VISIT OF HENRY IRVING AND HIS COMPANY (inscribed T.F.Howell 19* & 20**/9/4). THE MERCHANT OF VENICE*; BECKET** by Alfred Lord Tennyson; THE LYONS MAIL by Charles Reade); WATERLOO by Sir A ...
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      (b)£50.00 prog
PROG1271 Wyndham's Theatre MR. HOPKINSON by R.C. Carton. Preceded by MR. NELSON JACKSON In his Original Monologue 1905 pp8 neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, one staple, tear on hinge to staple     £25.00 prog
PROG411m HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (m) MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING from Tuesday Jan. 24th, 1905 (pp16 booklet)       (m)£40.00 prog
PROG403h DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL WATERLOO by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle followed by BECKET by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (h) WATERLOO by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle followed by BECKET by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Henry Irving LAST WEEK of the SEASON Terminating Sat. June 10th, 1905 (printed date 5-6-05)       (h)£40.00 prog
PROG1332 Waldorf Theatre OLIVER TWIST Dramatised by Mr. J. Comyn Carr 1905 28 Sept. : pp8 + outer wraps. Programme of Music includes Suite from the Ballet "Victoria and Merrie England" by A. Sullivan neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG411n HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE COLONEL NEWCOME by Michael Morton (n) COLONEL NEWCOME by Michael Morton (inscribed 16/6/06)       (n)£20.00 prog
PROG1273 Wyndham's Theatre WHEN KNIGHTS WERE BOLD by Charles Marlowe; preceded by THE BOATSWAIN'S MATE by w. W. Jacobs and Herbert C. Sargent (1907) pp8 stapled booklet neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £30.00 prog
PROG411h HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (h) THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR June (c. 1907). Cast: Tree, Gill,, Fisher White, Quartermain etc.       (h)£35.00 prog
PROG433l ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (l) THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (printed date 14/9/07) (with photographs)       (l)£35.00 prog
PROG441d WYNDHAM'S THEATRE WHEN KNIGHTS WERE BOLD by Charles Marlowe (d) WHEN KNIGHTS WERE BOLD by Charles Marlowe (printed date 13/4/08)       (d)£30.00 prog
  St. James's Theatre Mr. FORBES-ROBERTSON'S SEASON : THE PASSING OF THE THIRD FLOOR BACK An Idle Fancy by Jerome K. Jerome 1908 7 October. pp12 stapled booklet, back outer wrap torn (repairable) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £30.00 prog
PROG1331 Scala Theatre RUTH ST. DENIS in DANCES interpreting Oriental Religions and Customs, Beginning with INDIA 1908 19 Nov. pp8 (printed date 7-11-08) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1284 Shaftesbury Theatre THE LYONS MAIL A Play in Three Acts, by Charles Reade 1908. Mr. H. B. Irving as Joseph Lesurques : pp8 stapled booklet. Programme of Music includes Edward German's MERRIE ENGLAND and NELL GWYN Selection/Dances (printed date 16/11/08) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, good condition     £25.00 prog
PROG1286 Wyndham's Theatre AN ENGLISHMAN'S HOME by A Patriot 1909 pp16 stapled booklet. Programme of Music includes THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD Selection neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, hinge split, ow good     £25.00 prog
PROG1291 St. James's Theatre OLD HEIDELBERG An English Version, in Five Acts, by Rudolf Leichmann, of Wilhelm Meyer-Forster's Comedy ALT-HEIDELBERG 1909 : pp12 stapled booklet (printed date 7/6/09) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, good     £25.00 prog
PROG128 St. Clement's Sunday School, Chorlton-cum-Hardy PRINCESS JU JU 1910 Jan. 27 - 29. PRINCESS JU JU. Clementine Ward's Japanese Operetta. St. Clement's Sunday School, Chorlton-cum-Hardy (amateur) VG+.       £10.00 prog
PROG1208 Shaftesbury Theatre THE ARCADIANS Shaftesbury Theatre THE ARCADIANS by Mark Ambient and A.M.Thompson. Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Music by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot. Cast includes : Dan Rolyat and Cicely Courtneidge. Inscribed 17. Feb. 10. neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, staples detached, ex-album     £45.00 prog
PROG1224 Royal Opera, Covent Garden ELEKTRA by Richard Strauss 1910 17 March (date underlined). Large two-fold programme with red lettering in centre of front and rear covers. Opens to reveal a poster-like programme interior, folded crossways, ow good. Conductor ...
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faint trace of small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £50.00 prog
PROG414l LYRIC THEATRE THE RIVALS (l) THE RIVALS with Lewis Waller as Capt. Absolute (printed date 18/4/10) + copy of THE PLAY PICTORIAL The Rivals edition Vol XV No. 93 (colured cover : folded vertically)       (l)£40.00 prog
PROG441c WYNDHAM'S THEATRE NOBODY'S DAUGHTER Play by George Paston (c) NOBODY'S DAUGHTER Play (12 September, 1910) by George Paston. Photos of artistes : Gerald Du Maurier, Lilian Braithwaite etc. Condition good       (c)£35.00 prog
PROG1212 Royal Court Theatre VICE VERSA. A Farcical Fantastic Play by F. Anstey. Royal Court Theatre pp12 within outer coloured wraps with ribbon, sl. faded cover, ex-album, inscribed Jany 18 1911, formerly folded in half neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £25.00 prog
PROG411i HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE LONDON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL (Seventh Year) (i) LONDON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL (Seventh Year) Commencing April 17th, 1911 A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (chipped, but repaired)       (i)£20.00 prog
PROG1413 Theatre Royal Drury Lane MONEY by Edward Bulwer. A Comedy in Five Acts Wednesday, May 17th, 1911. Royal Command Performance HIS MAJESTY THE KING in honour of the visit of their Imperial Majesties THE GERMAN EMPEROR and THE GERMAN EMPRESS. Wednesday, May 17th, 1911 Programme of Music includes Sullivan’s DI BALLO     £45.00 prog
PROG1310 Theatre Royal Haymarket BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS A Scottish Comedy in Three Acts by Graham Moffat (a) 1911 30 September : preceded by THE TOUCH OF TRUTH A Play in One Act by H. M. Walbrook : pp8 stapled booklet
(b) 1912 7 May : preceded by THEIR POINT OF VIEW by Wilfred T. Coleby pp8 stapled boo ...
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neat faint small faint library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1255 Savoy Theatre Prof. MAX REINHARDT presents SUMURUN. A Wordless Musical Play in 9 Tableaux from "Tales of the Arabian Nights" by Friedrich Freksa 1911 5 October. Music specially composed by Victor Hollaender. pp8 stapled booklet, ex-album neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG396a ALDWYCH THEATRE, Strand, W.C. (a) THE GOLDEN LAND OF FAIRY TALES Ttranslated and adapted by A.H. Quaritch and Maurice Raye. Music Composed by Heinrich Berte. Produced by Sydney Ellison (iunscribed T.F. Howell Sat. 3.2.12)         (a)£35.00 prog
PROG1341 Vaudeville Theatre LITTLE MISS LLEWELYN Founded by Sydney Blow and Douglas Hoare on "Le Mariage de Mlle. Beulemans" by Frantz Fonson and Fernand Wicheler 1912 : pp12 within card outer wraps neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1295 Royalty Theatre MILESTONES by Arnold Bennett and Edward Knoblauch (a) 1912 October 18: pp8 stapled booklet (printed date 17/10/12)
(b) 1913 pp8 stapled booklet (printed date 3/2/13)
neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, good     £25.00 each prog
PROG49 Opera House, Southport FACSIMILE SECTION : 1913 OPERA HOUSE, Southport. THE D'OYLY CARTE Principal Repertoire Company. Monday, February 10th, at 8-0 for six nights only. Programme for Saturday, February 15th THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Cast: Sydn ...
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      £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG411j HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE DRAKE by Louis N. Parker (j) DRAKE by Louis N. Parker (music by Stanford) (printed date 26-2-13)       (j)£20.00 prog
PROG433j ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. THE HARLEQUINADE and ANDROCLES AND THE LION (j) THE HARLEQUINADE and ANDROCLES AND THE LION from Sept. 1st, 1913 (printed date 2-9-13)       (j)£35.00 prog
PROG1320 The Queen's Theatre THIS WAY MADAM ! From the French "Aimes des Femmes" by Maurice Hennequin and Georges Mitchell. Adapted by Sydney Blow and Douglas Hoare 1913 9 September : preceded by STUFFING by George Paston. Coloured illustrated cover, pp12 (stapled booklet) (worn, esp. outside back cover, front cover almost detached) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £15.00 prog
PROG1398 Lyric Theatre THE GIRL IN THE TAXI by Frederick Fenn and Arthur Wimperis. Music by Jean Gilbert 11 November, 1913 Cast includes Amy Augarde and C.H. Workman (staples rusty)     £40.00 prog
PROG1268 Theatre Royal, Haymarket WITHIN THE LAW by Bayard Veiller, adapted for the English Stage, by Frederick Fenn & Arthur Wimperis. Preceded by A DEAR LITTLE WIFE by Gerald Dunn 1913 17 Dec. pp12 stapled booklet (shaken) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £30.00 prog
PROG1312 Savoy Theatre THE GRAND SEIGNEUR A Play in Four Acts by Edward Ferris and B.P. Matthews 1913 18 December : pp8 stapled booklet. Cast includes H. B. Irving neat small faint library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1399 Prince of Wales Theatre BROADWAY JONES Farce by George M. Cohan 7 February, 1914 (printed date) (four punch holes on hinge)     £30.00 prog
PROG1309 Wyndham's Theatre DIPLOMACY An English Version of a Play, in Four Acts, by Victorien Sardou 1914 15 April : pp8 stapled booklet. Orchestra cond. Ernest Bucalossi (includes Selection from THE GONDOLIERS) (printed date 9/4/14) neat small faint library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1294 Royalty Theatre MY LADY'S DRESS by Edward Knoblauch 1914 : pp8 (with centre- fold) (printed date 5/10/14) stamped 7 Oct 1914 neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, good     £25.00 prog
PROG1308 Savoy Theatre MR. WU (inscribed on cover) An Anglo-Chinese Play in Three Acts and Two Tableaux, written by Harry M. Vernon and Harold Owen 1914 11 November : pp8 stapled booklet (printed date 7/11/14) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1318 Wyndham's Theatre A KISS FOR CINDERELLA. A Fancy in Three Acts by J.M. Barrie 1916 14 April : pp8 (stapled booklet) (printed date 13/4/16) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1307 Savoy Theatre THE BARTON MYSTERY A Play in Three Acts and an Epilogue, by Walter Hackett 1911 28 April: pp8 stapled booklet. Cast includes H.B. Irving as Beverley (printed date 19/4/16) faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1319 Wyndham's Theatre DEAR BRUTUS A Comedy in Three Acts by J.M. Barrie 1917 15 March : pp8 (stapled booklet) (printed date 12/11/17) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1269 Theatre Royal, Haymarket GENERAL POST by J. E. Harold Terry 1917 single-fold: Military Service cast statement neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1305 Savoy Theatre NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH (inscribed on programme cover) by James Montgomery. From the Novel by Frederick Isham 1918 : pp8 stapled booklet (printed date 10/4/18) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1281 Savoy Theatre NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH by James Montgomery 1919 15 January, single-fold neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £20.00 prog
PROG1272 Theatre Royal, Haymarket UNCLE SAM A Comedy of American Life, in Three Acts, by Samuel Shipman and Aaron Hoffman 1919 13 March single-fold neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £35.00 prog
PROG1313 Wyndham's Theatre THE LAW DIVINE (inscribed on cover) A Comedy by H. V. Edmond 1919 11 April : pp8 stapled booklet (printed date 9/4/19) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG414k LYRIC THEATRE ROMEO AND JULIET (k) Doris Keane in ROMEO AND JULIET (inscribed 20/5/1919)       (k)£25.00 prog
PROG433k ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. JULIUS CAESAR (k) JULIUS CAESAR with Clifton Boyne, Henry Ainley, Claude Rains, and Lillian Braithwaite (1920) + full-page illustrated cutting from THE TIMES WEEKLY EDITION Feb. 6, 1920       (k)£40.00 prog
PROG1290 Royal Court Theatre THE YOUNG VISITERS. Dramatised from DAISY ASHFORD'S famous book by Mrs. GEORGE NORMAN and MARGARET MACKENZIE 1920 : single-fold neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, good     £20.00 prog
PROG703 Amateur Programmes Chorlton Operatic Society DOROTHY April, 1920       £1.00 prog
PROG1325 St. Martin's Theatre THE SKIN GAME by John Galsworthy 1920 16 October : pp8 (printed date 11 October, 1920) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1304 Savoy Theatre PADDY THE NEXT BEST THING (inscribed on programme cover). A Play in Four Acts by Gayer Mackay and Robert Ord. Adapted from the Popular Novel by Gertrude Page 1920 28 October: pp8 stapled booklet. Cast includes Peggy O'Neil (with photograph) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1285 Theatre Royal, Haymarket MARY ROSE by J.M. Barrie 1920 : single-fold. Programme of Music includes THE GONDOLIERS neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, folded across in two places, good condition     £20.00 prog
PROG427q ROYAL COURT THEATRE OTHELLO (q) OTHELLO (inscribed T.F.Howell Wed. 4.5.21) Cast: Tearle, Collins, Clark, Cellier, Basil Rathbone etc. (cover foxed)       (q)£35.00 prog
PROG1458   PRINCE'S THEATRE Souvenir GILBERT & SULLIVAN SEASON Oct. 3rd, 1921-April 8th, 1922 Orange wraps with embossed MIKADO image (Lytton) in black and gold. With superb production photographs (with facsimile autographs and artiste's character photos.). Brock RUDDIGORE colour central sprea ...
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      £40.00 prog
PROG131 Prince's Theatre PRINCE'S THEATRE Souvenir GILBERT & SULLIVAN SEASON Oct. 3rd, 1921-April 8th, 1922 Orange wraps with embossed MIKADO image (Lytton) in black and gold. With superb production photographs (with facsimile autographs and artiste's character photos.). Brock RUDDIGORE colour central sprea ...
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      £75.00 mint condition prog
PROG1282 Theatre Royal, Haymarket THE DOVER ROAD by A.A. Milne 1921 13 December : pp8 stapled booklet : cover nearly detached neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £20.00 prog
PROG1326 Shaftesbury Theatre TONS OF MONEY A New Farce in Three Acts by Will Evans and Valentine 1922 10 May : pp8 The Magazine-Programme (printed date 8th May, 1922) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1324 St. Martin's Theatre LOYALTIES by John Galsworthy and SHALL WE JOIN THE LADIES? by J. M. Barrie 1922 11 May: pp4 with cast list for both plays tipped in. Small chip on cover bottom right edge (printed date 8th May, 1922) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1299 Winter Garden Theatre SALLY Musical Comedy. Libretto by Guy Bolton. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Music by Jerome Kern. The Butterfly Ballet Music by Victor Herbert 1922 12 May: pp12 stapled booklet. Cast includes George Grossmith, Dorothy Dickson and Leslie Henson neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1322 St. James's Theatre THE BAT by Mary Roberts Rinehart & Avery Hopwood 1922 7 August: pp8 The Magazine-Programme neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1300 Winter Garden Theatre THE CABARET GIRL. Book and Lyrics by George Grossmith and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by Jerome Kern 1922 9 November : pp16 stapled booklet. Cast includes Dorothy Dickson, Norman Griffin and George Grossmith neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG704 Amateur Programmes Chorlton Operatic Society YG December, 1922       £1.00 prog
PROG1327 Shaftesbury Theatre THE CAT AND THE CANARY A Play in Three Acts by John Willard 1923 17 January : pp16 The Magazine-Programme (printed date Jan. 15th, 1923) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1335 Strand Theatre TREASURE ISLAND in Four Acts. Adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson's story by James Bernard Fagan 1923 18 January : pp16 The Magazine-Programme (printed date Jan. 15th, 1923) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1371 DALY'S THEATRE The Lady of the Rose SOUVENIR Anniversary Performance, February 21st, 1923. Opened Daly's Theatre, London 21 February, 1922 (opened Manchester Dec. 26th, 1921) Book Adapted by Frederick Lonsdale. Lyrics by Harry Graham and Frederick Lonsdale. Music by Jean Gilbert Handsome SOUVENIR with gilt image of Daly's Theatre. Blue cloth. Outer back boards stained in band from top to bottom, ow VG
one colour and 8 black & white plates (sheet-music of six musical numbers ...
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    £30.00 prog
PROG1343 Vaudeville Theatre RATS! Andre Charlot's Revue. Book and Lyrics by Ronald Jeans. Music by Philip Braham 1923 15 March : pp12 (stapled booklet). Cast includes Gertrude Lawrence neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £35.00 prog
PROG1311 Wyndham's Theatre THE DANCERS (inscribed on cover) by Hubert Parsons 1923 11 April : pp8 stapled booklet (printed date 9/4/23) neat faint small faint library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1328 New Scala Theatre Cav. Fidora and Dr. Podrecca present THE MARIONETTE PLAYERS (The Famous TEATRO DEI PICCOLI) in THE MAGPIE (La Gazza Ladra). Opera in 3 Acts and 5 Scenes. Music by Rossini (1813) 1923 16 May : pp20 Magazine-Programme (printed date May 14th, 1923). Cast includes Heddle Nash neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1265 Savoy Theatre POLLY by John Gay (transferred from the Kingsway Theatre) 1923 11 June.pp20 booklet. With A SOCIETY CLOWN by George Grossmith The Savoyard Chapter XIII neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £20.00 prog
PROG1298 Winter Gardens Theatre THE BEAUTY PRIZE Book and Lyrics by George Grossmith and P.G. Wodehouse. Music by Jerome Kern 1923 10 October : pp20 stapled booklet. Cast includes George Grossmith and Leslie Henson neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1321 St. James's Theatre THE GREEN GODDESS by William Archer 1923 12 November: pp20 The Magazine-Programme neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1330 St. Martin's Theatre IN THE NEXT ROOM (inscribed on cover) A Play in Three Acts by Eleanor Robson and Harriet Ford 1923 13 November : pp20 (red outer wraps have bleed into the versos). The Reandean News Sheet : being the story of the Reandean Co. and those associated with it from time to time. Edited by W.R. Titte ...
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neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1243 Princes Theatre GILBERT AND SULLIVAN SEASON (1924) cover only (landscape format) with Brock cavalcade in colour. Verso: Box Office details including Special Matinee Easter Monday, April 21st (Box Office opens Monday, January 21st) (1924)       £8.00 prog
PROG48X Prince's Theatre 1924 February 4th - July 26th. PRINCE'S THEATRE. SOUVENIR of RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON of GILBERT and SULLIVAN OPERAS. Cast card. 13 Photographs (12 x 16.5 cms) (in character) with facsimile autogr ...
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1. Henry Lytton as Jack Point
2. Charles Goulding
3. Leo Sheffield as Don Alhambra
4. Elsie Griffin
5. Winifred Lawson
6. Eileen Sharp
7. Joseph Griffin
8. Leo Darnton
9. Darr ...
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      £80.00 prog
PROG1296 Shaftesbury Theatre THE MIDDLE WATCH A Romance of the Navy in Three Acts by Ian Hay and Stephen King-Hall 1924 : pp24 stapled booklet. Cast includes Joan Hickson neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, sl. worn     £20.00 prog
PROG1329 St. Martin's Theatre THE FOREST (inscribed on cover) A Play in Four Acts by John Galsworthy 1924 7 March : pp20 (red outer wraps have bleed into the versos). The Reandean News Sheet : being the story of the Reandean Co. and those associated with it from time to time. Edited by W.R. Titterton ...
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neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG135 Grand Theatre Luton THE GONDOLIERS 1924 March 17-22 Grand Theatre Luton THE GONDOLIERS LAOS (decorative cover)       £5.00 prog
PROG1344 Vaudeville Theatre PUPPETS! Andre Charlot's Revue. Book and Lyrics by Dion Titheradge. Music by Ivor Novello 1924 13 July : pp12 (stapled booklet) (DISBOUND). Cast includes Binnie Hale small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1323 St. James's Theatre THE NERVOUS WRECK. A Farcical Adventure in the Far West In Three Acts by Owen Davis (based on the novel by E. J. Rath) 1924 6 Octobert: pp20 The Magazine-Programme neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG NEW THEATRE, St. Martin's Lane. W.C THE HOUR AND THE MAN by Frank Stayton (c) THE HOUR AND THE MAN by Frank Stayton, Tuesday, Oct. 28th, 1924       (c)£15.00 prog
PROG1303 Savoy Theatre THE SPORT OF KINGS A Domestic Comedy by Ian Hay 1924 : pp20 Magazine Programme No. 508 (stapled booklet) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1287 Strand Theatre Nikita Balieff's LA CHAUVE-SOURIS 1924 pp20 stapled booklet THE MAGAZINE-PROGRAMME neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, good     £20.00 prog
PROG1342 Vaudeville Theatre THE CREAKING CHAIR by Allene Tupper Wilkes. Revised by Roland Pertwee 1925 14 January : pp16 (stapled booklet) (some damage to pp13/14 top margin only) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG138 Croydon Light Opera Club, Public Hall, Croydon THE MIKADO 1925 February 20th 21st THE MIKADO Croydon Light Opera Club, Public Hall, Croydon (decorative cover) directed by L. Cairns James (former DC OC `B' Company : 1887 Robin and Ko-Ko; 1888 as before; 1889 ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG705 Amateur Programmes Chorlton Operatic Society: GN March/April, 1925       £1.00 prog
PROG139 Croydon Light Opera Club, Public Hall, Croydon THE GONDOLIERS 1925 Dec. 4th, 5th & 7th THE GONDOLIERS Croydon Light Opera Club, Public Hall, Croydon (decorative cover) directed by L. Cairns James (former DC OC)       £10.00 prog
PROG706 Amateur Programmes Chorlton Operatic Society IO January, 1926       £1.00 prog
PROG140 Playhouse, Louth THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1926 Feb. 9-13. Louth AODS YEOMEN OF THE GUARD in the Playhouse, Louth. Maroon paper covers (16 x 26 cms) pp18 (12 photographs of cast in costume)       £10.00 prog
PROG1297 Winter Garden Theatre George Grossmith & J. A. E. Malone present LESLIE HENSON in KID BOOTS 1926 : Book by William Anthony McGuire and Otto Harbach. Music by Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy pp20 stapled booklet. The Magazine-Programme No. 577 neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG110 Opera House, Manchester D'OYLY CARTE HERALD/ PROGRAMME CARD coloured (approx 7.5 x 12 cms) scarce: Opera House, Man. April 5 1926 for Four Weeks (portrait of F.Frederici, New York as The Mikado on cover)       £20.00 prog
PROG1270 Theatre Royal, Haymarket THIS WOMAN BUSINESS by Benn W. Levy 1926 18 September pp8 stapled booklet neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £25.00 prog
PROG1338 Strand Theatre THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING A Farical Comedy in Three Acts by Anita Loos and John Emerson 1926 11 October : pp20 (stapled booklet) The Magazine-Programme No.607 neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG142 Princes Theatre 1926 PRINCES THEATRE, London. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS (Sept. 20th - Dec. 18th) (13 weeks) : (a) SOUVENIR (with ribbon) Rickett's MIKADO colour costume design on outer front wrap. Cast List. Colour Centre-spread : Fac-simile Reproductions from the Original Designs of Charles Ricketts, A.R.A.( ...
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      (a)£65.00 (b)£50.00 prog
PROG143 Princes Theatre 1926 PRINCES THEATRE, London. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS (Sept. 20th - Dec. 18th) (13 weeks) : IOLANTHE 21/10/26       £15.00 prog
PROG145 Princes Theatre 1926 PRINCES THEATRE, London. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS (Sept. 20th - Dec. 18th) (13 weeks) : RUDDIGORE 15/11/26       £15.00 prog
PROG1306 Savoy Theatre AND SO TO BED Comedy by J.B. Fagan 1926 December : pp20 Magazine-Programme No. 611 neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG141 Prince of Wales Theatre, Grimsby. IOLANTHE 1926 Dec.13th week. Grimsby Hospital AOS IOLANTHE at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Grimsby. Illustrated paper covers (19 x 25.5 cms) pp32 (10 full-page photographs of cast in costume). Opposite each ph ...
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      £20.00 prog
PROG1345 Wyndham's Theatre THE RINGER A Play in Four Acts by Edgar Wallace 1927 : pp12 (stapled booklet) (centre-spread stained) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG429i PRINCES THEATRE Sybil Thorndike's Season: MACBETH (i) Sybil Thorndike's Season: MACBETH (design by Charles Ricketts) (printed date 5 1 27)       (i)£20.00 prog
PROG1293 Royalty Theatre GRANNY A Modern Scottish Comedy in Three Acts by Graham Moffat 1927 : first night : pp8 stapled booklet (printed date 13/1/27) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, good     £20.00 prog
PROG1334 Theatre Royal, Haymarket YELLOW SANDS A New Comedy in three acts by Eden and Adelaide Phillpotts 1927 3 February : pp8 (stapled booklet : staples detached), ow good. Programme of Music includes YEOMEN OF THE GUARD neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1288 Winter Garden THE VAGABOND KING. A Romantic Musical Play. Music by Rudolf Friml 1927. Cast includes Derek Oldham and Winnie Melville (with photos.) : pp24 stapled booklet neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £20.00 prog
PROG1347 Wyndham's Theatre THE ONE-EYED HERRING by Sir Frank Popham Young 1927 : pp12 (stapled booklet). Cast includes Maurice Evans neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1292 Royalty Theatre THE CROOKED BILLET by Dion Titheradge 1927 : pp8 stapled booklet (printed date 7/11/27) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album, good     £20.00 prog
PROG1315 Queen's Theatre CRIME A Melodrama of New York's Underworld in Four Acts by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer 1927 14 December :: pp12 stapled booklet (centre-fold detached) (worn) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £15.00 prog
PROG1337 Shaftesbury Theatre THE HIGH ROAD A New Comedy in Three Acts by Frederick Lonsdale 1928 9 February : pp20 single staple booklet (centre spread detached) (printed date Feb. 6) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1336 Strand Theatre THE MONSTER by Crane Wilbur 1928 16 April : pp25 The Magazine Programme (outer wraps detached) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1317 Queen's Theatre THE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN A Melodrama by Bayard Veiller 1928 May : pp12 (stapled booklet) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG147 Prince of Wales Theatre, Grimsby RUDDIGORE 1928 Dec 3 -8. Grimsby Hospital AOS RUDDIGORE at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Grimsby. Illustrated paper covers (19 x 25.5 cms) pp32 (8 full-page photographs of cast in costume). Opposite each photo. ...
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      £20.00 prog
PROG1289 Savoy Theatre JOURNEY'S END by R.C. Sherriff 1929 pp24 stapled booklet (with photographs of production, and advertisement photo. of Romano's) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, some wear to hinge and staples, central section detached from staples, ow good     £30.00 prog
PROG149 Savoy Theatre 1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS : RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS, Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929, to March 22nd, 1930. Colour plates: Cover - G&S characters in a cavalcade (by Charles Buchel); cos ...
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excellent quality FACSIMILE available @ £26.00 with maroon ribbon (slightly reduced by 20%: 20.7 x 17.5 cms)     EXCELLENT QUALITY FACSIMILE available @ £26.00 (with ribbon) prog
PROG57a, b & c   1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS : RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS, Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929, to March 22nd, 1930. Colour plates: Cover - G&S characters in a cavalcade (by Charles Buchel); cos ...
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(a) with envelope Saturday, March 22nd, 1930 : VG (b) with ribbon, cover sl. worn (c) cover v. slightly worn, without ribbon     (a)£85.00 (b)£40.00 (c)£35.00 prog
PROG150 Savoy Theatre 1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929, to March 22nd, 1930 Opening Night programme (in card) with coloured MIKADO costume design cover by Ricketts: THE GONDOLIERS Monday, October 21st, 1929       £30.00 prog
PROG51 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS : RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS, Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929, to March ...
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      £26.00 facsimile prog
PROG151 Savoy Theatre 1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929 to March 22nd, 1930 Second Night : with coloured MIKADO costume design cover by Ricketts :THE GONDOLIERS (inscribed Tu. Oct 22nd, 1929) with artiste's photographs pp40       £25.00 prog
PROG152 Savoy Theatre 1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929 to March 22nd, 1930 (a) RUDDIGORE (inscribed 4.11.29 ) (b) RUDDIGORE (inscribed 30/1/1930)       £25.00 each prog
PROG153 Savoy Theatre 1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929 to March 22nd, 1930 PATIENCE Nov. 11-16 , 1929
(a) Nov. 11-16
(b) inscribed (in light pencil) Nov 11 1929 : staples rusted, central pages detached
      (a)£25.00
(b)£15.00
prog
PROG154 Savoy Theatre 1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929 to March 22nd, 1930 (a) THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (inscribed 26.11.29 ) (b) THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (inscribed 29.11.29 )       £25.00 each prog
PROG1449 Savoy Theatre THE MIKAD Savoy Theatre between Dec. 16th - Dec. 28th, 1929 (excluding 23/24/25 Dec.)       £25.00 prog
PROG1346 Wyndham's Theatre SMOKY CELL by Edgar Wallace 1930 : pp16 (stapled booklet) (outer wraps detached) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1314 Queen's Theatre THE APPLE CART by Bernard Shaw 1930 : pp12 stapled booklet (worn) neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £15.00 prog
PROG1348 Wyndham's Theatre THE CALENDAR A Racing Play in Three Acts by Edgar Wallace 1930 : pp16 (stapled booklet) neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG155 Savoy Theatre 1936 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929, to March 22nd, 1930 TRIAL BY JURY and THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (inscribed 7.1.1930)       £25.00 prog
PROG1445 SAVOY THEATRE RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS COX AND BOX and H.M.S. PINAFORE Monday, March 17th, 1930 pp36 seal point clipped     £25.00 prog
PROG57a   1929 - 1930 SAVOY THEATRE. RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS RUPERT D'OYLY CARTE'S SEASON OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERAS, Savoy Theatre, London. October 21st, 1929, to March 22nd, 1930. Colour plates: Cover - G&S characters in a cavalcade (by Charles Buchel); cos ...
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      (a)£85.00 prog
PROG1316 Queen's Theatre THE BARRETTS of WIMPOLE STREET by Rudolf Besier 1930 April : pp20 stapled booklet neat small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG156 The Golders Green Hippodrome THE MIKADO 1930 Oct. 2.The Golders Green Hippodrome DC OC THE MIKADO (Lytton) The Magazine Programme pp24 MINT       £15.00 prog
PROG1339 New Strand Theatre IT'S A BOY! By Austin Melford (From the original by Franz Arnold & Ernst Bach) 1931 16 March : pp24 (stapled booklet) The Magazine-Programme No. 838 (outer wraps worn, with splits on front and reverse), ow good neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin, ex-album     £20.00 prog
PROG1183 Grand Theatre, Blackpool Cast list of GERALD Du MAURIER in THE WARE CASE. Combined Programme Souvenir Tower Palace and Grand Vol.9. No.10 August 31st, 1931 (with illustrated coloured wraps - splendid picture of The Grand on the outside back cover). Inside : stunning coloure ...
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      £20.00 prog
PROG1221 Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane WALK THIS WAY! A Revue with Gracie Fields 1931 Dec. 17. Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane pp16 + coloured outer wraps (stapled). B&W photo of a young Gracie Fields on cover, and inside ex-album, evidence of attachmnet strip outside back hinge, ow good     £35.00 prog
PROG1397 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Performance in Aid of the ROYAL GENERAL THEATRICAL FUND May 3rd, 1932 includes Henry Lytton (edges frayed, staples rusted, central pages loose)     £45.00 prog
PROG160 Savoy Theatre Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. Savoy Theatre September 26th, 1932, to January 21st, 1933 1933 Savoy Theatre. Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. (17 week season Sept. 26 1932 - Jan. 21 1933) Henry Lytton in Gilbert and Sullivan Characters. A Souvenir of his farewell ...
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      £60.00 prog
PROG158 Savoy Theatre Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. Savoy Theatre September 26th, 1932, to January 21st, 1933 1933 Savoy Theatre. Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. (17 week season Sept. 26 1932 - Jan. 21 1933) Henry Lytton in Gilbert and Sullivan Characters. A Souvenir of his farewell ...
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      £100.00 prog
PROG161 Savoy Theatre Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. Savoy Theatre September 26th, 1932, to January 21st, 1933 1933 Savoy Theatre. Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. (17 week season Sept. 26 1932 - Jan. 21 1933) Henry Lytton in Gilbert and Sullivan Characters. A Souvenir of his farewell ...
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      photocopies on card of the 11 photos. @ £3.00 each prog
PROG159 Savoy Theatre Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. Savoy Theatre September 26th, 1932, to January 21st, 1933 1933 Savoy Theatre. Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. (17 week season Sept. 26 1932 - Jan. 21 1933) Henry Lytton in Gilbert and Sullivan Characters. A Souvenir of his farewell ...
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      £75.00 prog
PROG162 Savoy Theatre Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert and Sullivan Operas. Savoy Theatre October - November, 1932 (all with Ko-Ko coloured cover design) Oct 10 - 15 RUDDIGORE pp32 with Green, Goulding, Granville, Flynn, Fancourt, Dickson, Eyre, Gill, Denny and Nickell-Lean (with blue photo. of Lytton as The Duke of Plaza-Toro)       £15.00 prog
PROG163 Savoy Theatre Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert and Sullivan Operas. Savoy Theatre October - November, 1932 (all with Ko-Ko coloured cover design) Oct 17 - 22 IOLANTHE pp32 with Lytton, Fancourt, Dean, Watson, Rands, Gill, Eyre, Denny, Baxter, O'Brien and Ronald (with blue photo. of Lytton as The Duke of Plaza-Toro)       £15.00 prog
PROG1450 Savoy Theatre Savoy Theatre IOLANTHE inscribed 17 October, 1932       £15.00 prog
PROG157 Chorlton ODS PATIENCE 1932 Oct. 18 - 22. PATIENCE Chorlton ODS (amateur)       £6.00 prog
PROG1451 Savoy Theatre Savoy Theatre THE MIKADO inscribed 24 October, 1932       £15.00 prog
PROG1452 Savoy Theatre Savoy Theatre COX & BOX/H.M.S. PINAFORE Oct.31 – Nov.5, 1932       £15.00 prog
PROG1453 Savoy Theatre Savoy Theatre PATIENCE inscribed 7 Nov. 1932       £15.00 prog
PROG164 Savoy Theatre Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert and Sullivan Operas. Savoy Theatre October - November, 1932 (all with Ko-Ko coloured cover design) Nov. 14 - 19 PRINCESS IDA pp32 (inscribed 15/11/32 -with T.F.H. monogram; Howell) (Ko-Ko coloured cover design) (Henry Lytton photo. as The Duke of Plaza-Toro). Cast: Watson, Goulding, Dean, Rands, Ly ...
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      £25.00 prog
PROG1819 Palace Theatre, Manchester POPULAR THEATRE PROGRAMMES 1932 PALACE THEATRE, MANCHESTER. Archie Pitt presents GRACIE FIELDS In Revue WALK THIS WAY. Monday, Nov. 16 for Two Weeks. Prior to Presentation at The Winter Garden Theatre, London. Written and Produ ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG1454 Savoy Theatre Savoy Theatre PRINCESS IDA (inscribed 18 Nov. 1932) (T:£15.00) (inscribed 18 Nov. 1932       £15.00 prog
PROG165 Savoy Theatre Rupert D'Oyly Carte's Season of Gilbert and Sullivan Operas. Savoy Theatre October - November, 1932 (all with Ko-Ko coloured cover design) Nov. 21 - 26 THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD pp32 (inscribed 21/11/32 -with T.F.H. monogram : Howell) (Henry Lytton photo. as The Duke of Plaza-Toro). Cast: Watson, Goulding, Fancourt, Dean, Green, Granville, ...
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      £25.00 prog
PROG1455 Savoy Theatre Savoy Theatre THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD         £15.00 prog
PROG1387 Savoy Theatre JOLLY ROGER (with advertisement for MY LIFE : SIR HENRY LYTTON ONLY : IN THE STAR) (opened 1 March 1933)       £15.00 prog
PROG168 Co-op. Hall, Beswick Beswick Co-operative Choral Society (amateur) . A Concert Performance of MERRIE ENGLAND : 1933 Nov. 25 Co-op. Hall, Beswick       £3.00 prog
PROG170 The Golders Green Hippodrome THE MIKADO 1934 The Golders Green Hippodrome DC OC (26 Dec. 1933 for 3 Weeks) THE MIKADO (Fancourt, Goulding, Lytton, Granville, Rands, Cornford, Moody, Eyre, Nickell-Dean, Gill) (rust has spread to cast list pa ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG169 Co-op. Hall, Longsight Beswick Co-operative Choral Society (amateur) . A Concert Performance of MERRIE ENGLAND : 1934 Feb. 24 Co-op. Hall, Longsight       £3.00 prog
PROG171 Ayrshire Philharmonic Opera Society.Town Hall, Ayr THE GONDOLIERS THE GONDOLIERS Ayrshire Philharmonic Opera Society.Town Hall, Ayr Nov. 5 - Nov. 9, 1935 pp20 (with photos.) staples rusted       £4.00 prog
PROG172 New Theatre, Oxford THE MIKADO. D'Oyly Carte Opera Company 1936 1936. New Theatre, Oxford. MIKADO, 7/5/36 (sic). Contains photographs of 7 principals (mostly in costume including Martyn Green) and repertoire for remainder of visit. Date quoted is as on the page wi ...
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      £15.00 prog
PROG174 Ipswich Hippodrome RUDDIGORE 1936 RUDDIGORE. The Ipswich Gilbert and Sullivan Amateur Operatic Society. Ipswich Hippodrome Oct. 26 - 31. pp32 (including card wraps which are foxed, esp. front). Full of excellent b&w photographs, ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG720 The Opera House, Manchester PETER PAN The Opera House, Manchester Tuesday 2nd February, 1937 for Five Nights. Daniel Mayer Company tour : Elsa Lanchester       £8.00 prog
PROG177 Sadler's Wells 1937 Sadler's Wells DC OC : THE GONDOLIERS THE GONDOLIERS Monday, May 31st       £10.00 prog
PROG180 The Rifle Range, Buckden RUDDIGORE 1938 Feb. 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th & 26th RUDDIGORE The Buckden and District AODS The Rifle Range, Buckden pp20       £10.00 prog
PROG182 Scala Theatre 1938. Scala Theatre. DC OC London Season May 30th to July 16th. Coloured cover (using Ricketts' costume design cover): COX AND BOX and THE SORCERER Tue. June 21st (inscribed 21.6.1938) and Wed. June 22nd, 1938 (with artistes' biogs)       £25.00 prog
PROG184 Scala Theatre 1938. Scala Theatre. DC OC London Season May 30th to July 16th. Coloured cover (using Ricketts' costume design cover): COX AND BOX and THE SORCERER Tuesday June 21st. and Wednesday, June 22nd, 1938 (with artistes' biogs)       £25.00 prog
PROG185 USA DC OC Tour THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1939 USA DC OC Tour Jan - April :SOUVENIR AND LIBRETTO : THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (23 x 30.5 cms) pp20 + outer wraps (with Buchel colour cavalcade of characters ). Production photos. of PATIENCE; IOLAN ...
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      £40.00 prog
PROG186 Sadler's Wells 1939 Sadler's Wells DC OC : RUDDIGORE RUDDIGORE June 8th       £10.00 prog
PROG1446 SADLER'S WELLS D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY COX AND BOX followed by H.M.S. PINAFORE Friday, July 14th, 1939       £10.00 prog
PROG111 Opera House, Manchester D'OYLY CARTE HERALD/ PROGRAMME CARD coloured (approx 7.5 x 12 cms) scarce: PLAIN COVER : Opera House, Manchester Three Weeks from Oct. 7th, 1940 to Oct. 26th, 1940       £20.00 prog
PROG707 Amateur Programmes Twickenham AOS THE MIKADO April 1944         £1.00 prog
PROG708 Amateur Programmes Twickenham AOS THE GONDOLIERS Oct./Nov. 1945         £1.00 prog
PROG709 Amateur Programmes Twickenham AOS UTOPIA LIMITED April/May 1946         £1.00 prog
PROG710 Amateur Programmes Twickenham AOS IOLANTHE April (1947)         £1.00 prog
PROG711 Amateur Programmes Twickenham AOS TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S. PINAFORE (1948)         £1.00 prog
PROG196 The Acton Amateur Operatic Society H.M.S.PINAFORE 1948. H.M.S.PINAFORE. The Acton Amateur Operatic Society May 10 - 15       £2.00 prog
PROG197 New Theatre Royal, Norwich THE MIKADO 1948 New Theatre Royal, Norwich. Nov 1 - 6 The Norfolk and Norwich Amateur Operatic Society THE MIKADO. Souvenir Programme (cover with original colour artwork) with photos.       £6.00 prog
PROG198 Rex Theatre, Ely THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1949 21st - 23rd February. Rex Theatre, Ely. City of Ely Operatic Society presents By permission of the Executors of R.D'Oyly Carte THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (Amateur prog.)       £5.00 prog
PROG199 Bleak House Operatic Society A COUNTRY GIRL 1949 March 23 - 26. Bleak House Operatic Society. A COUNTRY GIRL (by Tanner, Ross, Greenbank, Monckton and Rubens) a cut-away programme with attractive cover       £6.00 prog
PROG201 Woking Choral Society MERRIE ENGLAND 1949 Thur. 19 May Woking Choral Society. Concert Version of MERRIE ENGLAND by E.German (flyer)       £1.00 prog
PROG202 Chiswick Empire 1949 Chiswick Empire. DC OC : PATIENCE PATIENCE July 28th       £15.00 prog
PROG203 New Theatre Royal, Norwich RUDDIGORE 1949 New Theatre Royal, Norwich. Nov 14-19 The Norfolk and Norwich Amateur Operatic Society RUDDIGORE. Souvenir Programme (cover with original colour artwork) with photos.       £6.00 prog
PROG702 Amateur Programmes The Heston & Isleworth Light Opera Company RUDDIGORE Nov./Dec. (late 1940's/early 1950's)         £1.00 prog
PROG1459   1881-1951 G&S FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN SOUVENIR 1881-1951 G&S FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN SOUVENIR Savoy Theatre May 7th to August 4th 1951 pp12 plus outer card wraps (with separate Cast List). B&W photos.of `Some of the Players who took part in early prod ...
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      £40.00 prog
PROG1460   SAVOY THEATRE Last Night of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company Season 4th August, 1951 THE FIRST ACT OF THE GONDOLIERS and THE SECOND ACT OF THE MIKADO       £35.00 prog
PROG712 Amateur Programmes Thames-Side Opera Club THE MIKADO Feb. 1952         £1.00 prog
PROG1434 Golders Green Hippodrome DC OC THE MIKADO Aug. 1952 THE MIKADO (chipped at seal point) (chipped at seal point)     £6.00 prog
PROG210 Golder's Green Hippodrome 1952. Golder's Green Hippodrome DC OC : COX & BOX and H.M.S. PINAFORE COX & BOX and H.M.S. PINAFORE 8th & 9th Sept.       £8.00 prog
PROG214 Sadler's Wells THE MIKADO 1953 Sadler's Wells. DC OC THE MIKADO Tuesday, July 21st       £15.00 prog
PROG216 Scala Theatre TRIAL BY JURY & H.M.S. PINAFORE 1954 THE SCALA THEATRE The Stock Exchange Dramatic and Operatic Society (amateur): TJ and PF 24th – 27th Feb.       £3.00 prog
PROG721 The Opera House, Manchester PETER PAN The Opera House, Manchester Tuesday 30th March, 1954 for Five Days. Daniel Mayer Company tour : Pat Kirkwood       £8.00 prog
PROG1200 Savoy Theatre SAVOY THEATRE : SOUVENIR THE D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY LONDON SEASON 1954 (superb photographs of PRINCESS IDA) pp20 + decorated wraps scarce item       £35.00 prog
PROG221 Savoy Theatre 1954 Savoy Theatre DC OC London Season: COX & BOX and PINAFORE COX & BOX and H.M.S. PINAFORE Oct.21st - 23rd (inscribed on front cover)       £5.00 prog
PROG224 The Little Theatre, Dover Street, Leicester TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S.PINAFORE 1955 Mon. - Sat. April 25th - 30th TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S.PINAFORE The Leicester G&S Soc. The Little Theatre, Dover Street (decorative line-drawings on cover) (infact theatre burnt down week before p ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG225 Theatre Royal, Norwich PINEAPPLE POLL 1956 Theatre Royal, Norwich. Feb. 13th week. Sadler's Wells Theatre Ballet season includes PINEAPPLE POLL cond. John Lanchbery (with press cuttings)       £5.00 prog
PROG226 The Opera House, Manchester PINEAPPLE POLL 1956 The Opera House, Manchester. 12 March week. Sadler's Wells Theatre Ballet. Season includes PINEAPPLE POLL cond. Kenneth Alwyn       £5.00 prog
PROG235 Bristol Hipppodrome THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1957 Bristol Hipppodrome DC OC Week Commencing April 29th for Two Weeks YEOMEN (worn, folded vertically twice)       £6.00 prog
PROG236 The Streatham Hill Theatre IOLANTHE 1957 The Streatham Hill Theatre. DC OC IOLANTHE photocopied: Full page newspaper report from THE NEWS Nov. 29, 1957:` The Guards in IOLANTHE again. How they looked... And how they performed' + attachm ...
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      £3.00 photocopy only prog
PROG722 Scala Theatre PETER PAN 1958 Scala Theatre directed by Patrick Desmond. Produced by the Daniel Mayer Company. Pictorial Souvenir       £10.00 prog
PROG247 Princes Theatre D'OYLY CARTE CHRISTMAS SEASON Princes Theatre 15 Dec. 1958 to 14 March 1959 SOUVENIR With the compliments of Bridget DC: glossy folded card (approx. 20 x 25.5 cm) with photos of 12 artistes and facsimile autographs       £20.00 prog
PROG112 Princes Theatre NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Princes Theatre, London Dec. 15th, 1958 - March 14th, 1959 (worn, sellotape repair across front) (Programme - 2-fold)       £1.00 prog
PROG248 Princes Theatre D'OYLY CARTE CHRISTMAS SEASON Princes Theatre 15 Dec. 1958 to 14 March 1959 5 Jan. 1959 DC OC SOUVENIR of the 75th Anniversary of PRINCESS IDA (with facsimile prog.) coloured cover MINT       £20.00 prog
PROG241 Princes Theatre D'OYLY CARTE CHRISTMAS SEASON Princes Theatre 15 Dec. 1958 to 14 March 1959 PRINCESS IDA (Jan. 5 - 7 1959) (Sandford, Fryatt, Osborn, Pratt, Hindmarsh)       £8.00 prog
PROG723 The Opera House, Manchester PETER PAN The Opera House, Manchester Week Commencing Monday, 23rd February, 1959. Daniel Mayer Company tour : Sarah Churchill       £6.00 prog
PROG1199 Princes Theatre D'OYLY CARTE CHRISTMAS SEASON Princes Theatre 15 Dec. 1958 to 14 March 1959 LAST NIGHT OF SEASON (14 March, 1959) (Adams, Reed, Osborn, Dixon)       £8.00 prog
PROG251 Opera House., Manchester 1959 Opera House., Manchester. DC OC 16 March 4 weeks : THE MIKADO THE MIKADO (stain bottom joint)       £4.00 prog
PROG113 Theatre Royal, Exeter NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Theatre Royal, Exeter Mon. June 1st 1959 Two Weeks (upright card with coloured lettering)       £1.00 prog
PROG719 Palace Theatre, Manchester ROBINSON CRUSOE with NORMAN WISDOM 1959 Christmas Pantomime PALACE THEATRE, Manchester ROBINSON CRUSOE with NORMAN WISDOM (folded acroos, ow good)       £15.00 prog
PROG252 he Streatham Hill Theatre COX & BOX and H.M.S.PINAFORE 1959 2nd and 12 Dec. The Streatham Hill Theatre DC OC COX & BOX and H.M.S.PINAFORE       £7.00 prog
PROG257 Sadler's Wells Opera ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD 1960 June 6 (inscribed) (first night on the May 17th ) Sadler's Wells Opera in ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD by Offenbach (with Cynthia Morey as Aurora) (production photos.) (indisposition slip : Juno pla ...
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      £15.00 prog
PROG258 Sadler's Wells Theatre MERRIE ENGLAND 1960 10 August MERRIE ENGLAND by Edward German & Basil Hood (inscribed 1st Night) Sadler's Wells Theatre VG+       £30.00 prog
PROG260 Stratford, Ontario Stratford, Ontario H.M.S. PINAFORE 1960 original costume artwork by Brian Jackson (Aunt) as used in H.M.S. PINAFORE (approx. sixe : 21.5 x 28 cms) (ring binder traces down left margin)       £40.00 prog
PROG262 Stratford, Ontario THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1961 original costume artwork by Brian Jackson (Isabel) as used in THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (approx. sixe : 21.5 x 28 cms) (ring binder traces down left margin)       £40.00 prog
PROG261 Stratford, Ontario THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1961 Stratford, Ontario THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE large prog. (coloured) + x 2 smaller ones       £30.00 prog
PROG277 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SEASON. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre : COX AND BOX & THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE COX AND BOX/ PIRATES (incorrectly inscribed on front PINAFORE/TRIAL but includes additional loose cast list centre pages for TJ/PF) (with b&w photos from PP, PC, IO, MK, YG and GN)       £3.00 prog
PROG272 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SEASON. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre : PATIENCE PATIENCE (with b&w photos from PP, PC, IO, MK, YG and GN) (undated)       £6.00 prog
PROG270 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SOUVENIR. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre pp24 (multiple copies available) : Many b&w production photographs : The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in scenes from the Operas of Gilbert and Sullivan presented in chronological order + article by Sir Arthur Bryant       £10.00 prog
PROG271 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SOUVENIR. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre pp24 : Many b&w production photographs : The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in scenes from the Operas of Gilbert and Sullivan presented in chronological order + article by Sir Arthur Bryant : contains end of cop ...
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      £20.00 prog
PROG115 Princes Theatre NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Princes Theatre, London Dec. 19th, 1960 - Feb. 18th, 1961 (Programme - 2-fold)       £3.00 prog
PROG273 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SEASON. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre : PRINCESS IDA PRINCESS IDA (with b&w photos from PP, PC, IO, MK, YG and GN) (inscribed 27/12/61)       £6.00 prog
PROG263 Stratford, Ontario THE GONDOLIERS 1962 Stratford, Ontario THE GONDOLIERS large prog. (coloured) + x 2 smaller ones       £30.00 prog
PROG275 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SEASON. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre GONDOLIERS (with b&w photos from PP, PC, IO, MK, YG and GN) indisposition slip : Owing to the indisposition of Miss JOYCE WRIGHT the part of `TESSA' will be played by Miss PEGGY ANN JONES       £7.00 prog
PROG1201 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SEASON. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre RUDDIGORE (with b&w photos from PP, PC, IO, MK, YG and GN)       £6.00 prog
PROG1202 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SEASON. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S. PINAFORE (with b&w photos from PP, PC, IO, MK, YG and GN)       £6.00 prog
PROG276 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SEASON. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre 22 Jan. RUDDYGORE Souvenir of the 75th Anniversary (with facsimile prog.) coloured cover       £20.00 prog
PROG274 Savoy Theatre 1961-62 SEASON. D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY. Savoy Theatre : RUDDIGORE RUDDIGORE (with b&w photos from PP, PC, IO, MK, YG and GN) (inscribed 22/1/62: 75th Anniversary)       £6.00 prog
PROG279 Theatre Royal, Brighton H.M.S. PINAFORE 1962 Theatre Royal, Brighton Mon. 29th Jan One Week Tyrone Guthrie's production of H.M.S. PINAFORE       £10.00 prog
PROG281 Empire Liverpoo IOLANTHE 1962 Empire Liverpool. Sadler's Wells Opera Monday, April 16 and week: Thur 19/Sat 21 IOLANTHE (Derek Hammond-Stroud, Elizabeth Harwood etc. + John Stoddart as Tolloller and Leon Greene as Willis, bot ...
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      £8.00 prog
PROG282 Colston Hall, Bristol Gilbert and Sullivan Concert 1962 May 19th. Colston Hall, Bristol. Gilbert and Sullivan Concert. Souvenir Programme. Artistes: Jean Hindmarsh, Thomas Round, Donald Adams, Peter Pratt cond. Stanford Robinson.       £5.00 prog
PROG283 New Theatre, Oxford THE MIKADO 1962. New Theatre, Oxford. Week commencing Monday June 25th. Sadler's Wells Opera THE MIKADO       £6..00 prog
PROG284 Tower of London THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1962 : 9-21 July. Festival of the City of London Programme Book pp64 THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Article by Arthur Jacobs : Gilbert, Sullivan and The Tower pp16-17 (set design pp14-15 by Peter Rice)       £5.00 prog
PROG286 S.Hurok/D'Oyly Carte Opera Company USA Tour 1962 - 1963 S.Hurok/D'Oyly Carte Opera Company USA Tour: 1962 (flyer/booking form - red and black lettering on white - : 15.5 x 23 cms) Ricketts' design: Ko-Ko image: no overprinting at fbottom, production photos on verso, folded across in two places       £5.00 prog
PROG289 Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton IOLANTHE Sadler's Wells Opera 1962 Sept. 17 week Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton SADLER'S WELLS OPERA in IOLANTHE (b&w photo.). Cast: Derek Hammond-Stroud, Denis Dowling, John Carolan, Leon Greene, Julian Moyle, Heather Begg, Mary Gi ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG290 O'Keefe Centre, Toronto 1962 Dec. 26 - Jan. 5, 1963. O'KEEFE CENTRE, Toronto, Canada for the performing arts. DC OC North American Tour. Programme (Ricketts' design: Ko-Ko image)       £20.00 prog
PROG291 O'Keefe Centre, Toronto Dec. 26 1962 Jan. 5 1963. O'KEEFE CENTRE, Toronto, Canada for the performing arts. DC OC North American Tour. booking forms (pink, grey and light blue) (size: 21.5 x 16.5 cms: folded vertically) (3 available @       £5.00 prog
PROG1181 Palace Theatre, Manchester PETER PAN Palace Theatre, Manchester Tom Arnold's adaptation on ICE of Walt Disney's Masterpiece : c.1963 (central cast list - a couple of thumb prints)       £5.00 prog
PROG1182 Palace Theatre, Manchester PETER PAN General Souvenir Brochure       £10.00 prog
PROG264 Stratford, Ontario THE MIKADO 1963 Stratford, Ontario THE MIKADO large prog. cuttings only from THE MIKADO section (coloured) + x 2 smaller ones       £20.00 prog
PROG292 Theatre Royal, Newcastle THE MIKADO Sadler's Wells Opera 1963 Theatre Royal, Newcastle 2 March. Sadler's Wells Opera THE MIKADO (Derek Hammond-Stroud etc.)       £5.00 prog
PROG293 Empire Liverpool THE MIKADO Sadler's Wells Opera 1963 Empire Liverpool 9 March.Sadler's Wells Opera THE MIKADO (Derek Hammond-Stroud etc.)       £8.00 prog
PROG294 Stratford Festival, Canada Stratford Festival, Canada 1963 June 17 to Sept. 28 Stratford Festival, Canada season leaflet/order form (includes THE MIKADO)       £4.00 prog
PROG1439 Nottingham Theatre Royal DC OC Monday June 24th, 1963 for two weeks YG; IO; PP; MK; TJ & PF; GN       £7.00 prog
PROG295 Theatre Royal, Bristol ENGAGED! 1963 THE THEATRE ROYAL, BRISTOL Wed. 17 July - Sat. 20 July, 1963 Bristol Opera School presents ENGAGED! (or CHEVIOT'S CHOICE). A Comic Opera in Three Acts adapted from WSG and AS by George Rowell and ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG296 Hippodrome, Brighton THE GONDOLIERS, COX & BOX & THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, IOLANTHE, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD, THE MIKADO 1963 Sept. 16th for Two Weeks. BRIGHTON, Hippodrome. DC OC : GN; C&B + PP; IO; YG; MK       £6.00 prog
PROG287 World's Fair Opera House 1963 S.Hurok/DC OC USA Tour: 1963 Sept.17 - 22 DC OC North American Tour WORLD'S FAIR OPERA HOUSE, Seattle 9, Washington : MK; PP; GN (flyer/booking form - red and black lettering on white - : 15.5 x 23 cms) Ricketts' design: Ko- ...
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no overprinting on front, FULL TOUR details on verso     £5.00 prog
PROG297 King's Theatre, Southsea SOUVENIR of the 75th Anniversary of THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1963 3 Oct. King's Theatre, Southsea SOUVENIR of the 75th Anniversary of YEOMEN 1888-1963 (with facsimile (pink) 1st night prog.)       £20.00 prog
PROG304 Savoy Theatre Dec. 16th 1963 - April 4 1964 14th SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S. PINAFORE TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S. PINAFORE       £7.00 prog
PROG299 Savoy Theatre Dec. 16th -1963 April 4 1964 SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : IOLANTHE IOLANTHE       £7.00 prog
PROG306 Savoy Theatre Dec. 16th 1963 - April 4 1964 SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : PATIENCE PATIENCE       £7.00 prog
PROG307 Savoy Theatre Dec. 16th 1963 - April 4 1964 SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : PRINCESS IDA PRINCESS IDA (with photos.)       £7.00 prog
PROG301 Savoy Theatre Dec. 16th 1963 - April 4 1964 SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : THE MIKADO THE MIKADO       £7.00 prog
PROG302 Savoy Theatre Dec. 16th 1963 - April 4 1964 SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (with photos.)       £7.00 prog
PROG308 Savoy Theatre Dec. 16th 1963 - March 14th 1964 SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : Season Programme red programme folded Season card       £2.00 prog
PROG298 Savoy Theatre 1963 - 1964 Dec. 16th - April 4 SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : COX & BOX and THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE COX & BOX and THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (inscribed 23 Dec. 1963) (with b&w photos.)       £6.00 prog
PROG265 Stratford, Ontario THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1964 Stratford, Ontario THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD large prog. (coloured) + x 2 smaller ones £30.00       £30.00 prog
PROG303 Savoy Theatre Dec. 16th 1963 - April 4 1964 SAVOY THEATRE DC OC : THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (with photos.) (inscribed on front 22.2.64)       £5.00 prog
PROG310 Savoy Theatre 1964 Last Night 4 April. DC OC LONDON SEASON. SAVOY THEATRE 4 pages of G&S characters
3 `cutaways', ingenious Goffin design scarce
      £50.00 prog
PROG309 Savoy Theatre 1964 Last Night 4 April. DC OC LONDON SEASON. SAVOY THEATRE (blue cover) (with production photos. :TRIAL BY JURY; H.M.S. PINAFORE; PATIENCE; GONDOLIERS; PRINCESS IDA; RUDDIGORE)       £12.00 prog
PROG311 University Union Hall, Adelaide RUDDIGORE 1964 22nd-25th April. The Adelaide University Choral Society presnts RUDDIGORE at the University Union Hall (3-fold)       £5.00 prog
PROG312 Tower of London THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1964 : 6-18 July . Festival of the City of London Souvenir Programme pp72 THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD pp54 - 57 (colour plate of Jack Point costume design). Article by Anthony Besch AFTER THE COPYRIGHT pp ...
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      £8.00 prog
PROG288 World's Fair Opera House 1964 S.Hurok/DC OC USA Tour: 1964 Sept.17 - 22 DC OC North American Tour WORLD'S FAIR OPERA HOUSE, Seattle 9, Washington : MK; PP; GN (flyer/booking form - red and black lettering on white - : 15.5 x 23 cms) Ricketts' design: Ko- ...
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overprinted flyer with photos./order form on verso Opera House, Chicago Dec. 18-22     £5.00 prog
PROG313 Opera House, Blackpool THE GONDOLIERS, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD, PATIENCE, RUDDIGORE, THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (a)1965 Opera House, Blackpool. March 22 Two Weeks. DC OC THE GONDOLIERS, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD, PATIENCE, RUDDIGORE, THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (with ticket) MINT
(b)another copy available without t ...
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      (a)£10.00(b)£9.00 prog
PROG315 Sadler's Wells Theatre ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD Sadler's Wells Opera 1965 10 July. Sadler's Wells Theatre. Sadler's Wells Opera ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD by Offenbach (folded vertically) (with Cynthia Morey as Calliope)       £5.00 prog
PROG316 Wimbledon Theatre IOLANTHE 1965 Wimbledon Theatre DC OC IOLANTHE Aug.       £7.00 prog
PROG317 Royal Court Th. Liverpoo PRINCESS IDA 1965 Royal Court Th. Liverpool. 1 Nov. for Three Weeks DC OC : PRINCESS IDA       £10.00 prog
PROG1463 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool THE D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY for Three Weeks pp16 Monday, November 1st, 1965 for Three Weeks : Monday, November 15th : COX AND BOX followed by THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE       £8.00 prog
PROG318 Ashton Hall, Lancaster GILBERT AND SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1965 Ashton Hall, Lancaster Wed. 24th Nov. G&S FOR ALL       £6.00 prog
PROG321 Saville Theatre Saville Theatre, London. 6 Dec 1965 - 12 Feb. 1966. DC OC Season: IOLANTHE/ PATIENCE/ RUDDIGORE/ THE MIKADO/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD/ THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE/ H.M.S. PINAFORE/ TRIAL BY JURY/ COX & BOX ...
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THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (+ photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG319 Saville Theatre Saville Theatre, London. 6 Dec 1965 - 12 Feb. 1966. DC OC Season: IOLANTHE/ PATIENCE/ RUDDIGORE/ THE MIKADO/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD/ THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE/ H.M.S. PINAFORE/ TRIAL BY JURY/ COX & BOX ...
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PRINCESS IDA (+ photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG320 Saville Theatre Saville Theatre, London. 6 Dec 1965 - 12 Feb. 1966. DC OC Season: IOLANTHE/ PATIENCE/ RUDDIGORE/ THE MIKADO/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD/ THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE/ H.M.S. PINAFORE/ TRIAL BY JURY/ COX & BOX ...
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TRIAL/ PINAFORE (+ photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG323 Saville Theatre Saville Theatre, London. 6 Dec 1965 - 12 Feb. 1966. DC OC Season: IOLANTHE/ PATIENCE/ RUDDIGORE/ THE MIKADO/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD/ THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE/ H.M.S. PINAFORE/ TRIAL BY JURY/ COX & BOX ...
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RUDDIGORE (+ photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG1448 GRANADA, Shrewsbury GRANADA, Shrewsbury The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company March 7 week 1966: THE MIKADO; THE GONDOLIERS; RUDDIGORE; THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE with b&w photos. of Donald Adams as The Mikado (cover); John Reed as Ko-Ko; The Gondol ...
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      £8.00 prog
PROG324 Opera House, Manchester 1966. Opera House, Manchester. DC OC Commencing Monday, 28th March for Five Weeks : IOLANTHE IOLANTHE 31 March/ 12, 20, 25 April (with company photos.) Playbill Vol.1, No.2       £8.00 prog
PROG325 Opera House, Manchester 1966. Opera House, Manchester. DC OC Commencing Monday, 28th March for Five Weeks : THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (with company photos.) 9,14,19, 29 April 1966. Clean condition, not folded. Playbill Vol.1, No.2       £8.00 prog
PROG326 Opera House, Manchester 1966. Opera House, Manchester. DC OC Commencing Monday, 28th March for Five Weeks : PRINCESS IDA PRINCESS IDA, 16 & 22 April 1966. Playbill Vol.1, No.2       £8.00 prog
PROG329 Tower of London THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD Festival of the City of London Festival of the City of London 1966 - Programme for THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD, 11-23 July 1966 at the Tower of London. Gillian Knight as Dame Carruthers. Includes diary of events and background article ...
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      £8.00 prog
PROG1435 New York 1966 : S. HUROK presents DC OC in G&S (New York Nov. -Dec.) brochure with colour photo. wraps,and b&w photos. pp16  
 
 
 
1968. S. HUROK presents DC OC in G&S (New York Oct. -Nov.) brochure with colour photo. wraps,and b&w photos. pp28 £20.00     £15.00   prog
PROG330 Ashton Hall, Lancaster GILBERT AND SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1967 Ashton Hall, Lancaster Thur. 12 Jan G&S FOR ALL       £6.00 prog
  GOLDERS GREEN HIPPODROME 1967 GOLDERS GREEN HIPPODROME March 6 Two Weeks : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company H.M.S. PINAFORE (Reed, Styler, David Palmer, Adams, Cook, Raffell, Hood, Wales, Palmer) YEOMEN (Reed, Styler, David Palmer, Adams, Raffell, Hood, Christene Palmer)       £6.00 prog
PROG331 Golders Green Hippodrome H.M.S. PINAFORE 1967 GOLDERS GREEN HIPPODROME March 6 Two Weeks : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company H.M.S. PINAFORE (Reed, Styler, David Palmer, Adams, Cook, Raffell, Hood, Wales, Palmer)       £8.00 prog
PROG332 Golders Green Hippodrome RUDDIGORE 1967 GOLDERS GREEN HIPPODROME March 6 Two Weeks : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company RUDDIGORE 15th March Cast: Reed, Palmer, Sandford, Cook, Sessions (written in), Peggy Ann Jones, Christene Palmer, Marks, W ...
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      £8.00 prog
PROG333 Opera House, Manchester 1967. DC OC, OPERA HOUSE, Manchester 20 March for Six Weeks D'Oyly Carte Opera Company : (with company photos. only)
(a) (Playbill March Vol.2 No.3)
(b) (Playbill April Vol.2 No.4)
      £6.00 each prog
PROG117 Opera House, Manchester NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Opera House, Man March 20 1967 Six Weeks (Handbill: folded card (approx. 5" x 4"))       £3.00 prog
PROG335 Opera House, Manchester Opera House, Manchester : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company : COMPANY PHOTOGRAPHS only (Playbill April Vol.2 No.3) (a) without loose cast list (Playbill April Vol.2 No.3)
(b) (Playbill Vol.2 No.4) available
      £6.00 each prog
PROG334 Opera House, Manchester THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD The Opera House, Manchester 20 March 1967 for Six Weeks : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD Cast List loosely inserted 30 March/ 4 & 17 April 1967 (with company photos.) (Playbill Apr ...
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      £8.00 prog
PROG342 London Coliseum IOLANTHE 1968/69 Season Sadler’s Wells Opera at the London Coliseum IOLANTHE       £4.00 prog
PROG339 Saville Theatre THE GONDOLIERS 1968 29 Jan. SOUVENIR of the new presentation of THE GONDOLIERS without envelope       £30.00 prog
PROG338 Saville Theatre THE GONDOLIERS 1968 29 Jan. SOUVENIR of the new presentation of THE GONDOLIERS. Saville Theatre, London. Director Anthony Besch; costumes Luciana Arrighi; settings John Stoddart pp16 - glossy brochure with colour an ...
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      £32.00 prog
PROG1436   1968: S. HUROK presents DC OC in G&S (New York Oct. -Nov.) brochure with colour photo. wraps,and b&w photos. pp28       £20.00 prog
PROG343 The Davenport Theatre, Stockport MIKADO/PIRATES 1969 10 Feb. The Davenport Theatre, Stockport. GILBERT AND SULIVAN FOR ALL LTD. MIKADO/PIRATES       £5.00 prog
PROG347 Opera House, Manchester 1969 OH, Man. 24 March for Six Weeks. DC OC : GONDOLIERS/ MIKADO GONDOLIERS/ MIKADO (Playbill Vol.4 No.4)       £6.00 prog
PROG346 Opera House, Manchester 1969 OH, Man. 24 March for Six Weeks. DC OC : GONDOLIERS/ MIKADO + PRINCESS IDA 1969 OH, Man. 24 March for Six Weeks. DC OC : GONDOLIERS/ MIKADO + PRINCESS IDA loose cast list (Playbill Vol.4 No.4)       £8.00 prog
PROG345 Opera House, Manchester THE GONDOLIERS, THE MIKADO 1969 Opera House, Man. 24 March DC OC Season 6 wks (Playbill Vol.4 No.4) GN/ MK autographed by Jean Hindmarsh       £15.00 prog
PROG688 Amateur Programmes The Ormskirk AO & DS GN April 1969       £1.00 prog
PROG348 London Coliseum PATIENCE 1969 Sadler's Wells Opera at the London Coliseum PATIENCE (first performance at the London Coliseum October 9 1969) : well-illustrated (inscribed 5/11/69)       £8.00 prog
PROG349 Opera House, Manchester PATIENCE Sadler's Wells Opera 1969 (c.19 November) Opera House, Manchester. SADLER'S WELLS OPERA: PATIENCE (with printed programme correction - including Gillian Knight) (Playbill Vol.4. No.12) (photo. scene from PC)       £8.00 prog
PROG351 Sadler's Wells Theatre TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S. PINAFORE Dec. 15 -1969 March 7 1970. DC OC at Sadler's Wells Theatre: TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S. PINAFORE       £6.00 prog
PROG352 Sadler's Wells Theatre TRIAL BY JURY/ H.M.S.PINAFORE (with b&w photos. from PRINCESS IDA, THE MIKADO and THE GONDOLIERS ) Greetings Card: AQUATIC THEATRE, SADLER'S WELLS. DC Christmas Season at Sadler's Wells Theatre 15th December 1969 to 7th March 1970. Inside: notes on Sadler's Wells' history; 1969-1970 `With Greetings ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG353 Ashton Hall, Lancaster GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1970 7 Feb. Ashton Hall, Lancaster. G&S FOR ALL Programme 14 (loose sheet inserted in main prog.) with Masterson, Landis, Round, Adams. MD: Michael Moores (cast photos.)       £7.00 prog
PROG357 Opera House, Manchester 1970 Opera House, Man. 23 March for Six Weeks DC OC : IOLANTHE
COX & BOX/ THE MIKADO/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD
RUDDIGORE/ THE GONDOLIERS/ PATIENCE/ TRIAL BY JURY/ H.M.S. PINAFORE/ PRINCESS IDA/ THE ...
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(Playbill Vol.5 No.4) different editorial       £5.00 prog
PROG356 Opera House, Manchester 1970 Opera House, Man. 23 March for Six Weeks DC OC : IOLANTHE
COX & BOX/ THE MIKADO/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD
RUDDIGORE/ THE GONDOLIERS/ PATIENCE/ TRIAL BY JURY/ H.M.S. PINAFORE/ PRINCESS IDA/ THE ...
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(Playbill Vol.5 No.3) IOLANTHE
COX & BOX/ THE MIKADO/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD
RUDDIGORE/ THE GONDOLIERS/ PATIENCE/ TRIAL BY JURY/ H.M.S. PINAFORE/ PRINCESS IDA/ THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE
      £6.00 prog
PROG118 Opera House, Manchester NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Opera House, Man March 23 1970 Six Weeks (Handbill: folded card (approx. 5" x 4"))       £3.00 prog
PROG355 Sadler's Wells Theatre DC OC SOUVENIR of the 95th ANNIVERSARY (25 March, 1875) of TRIAL BY JURY 1875-1970 1970 Sadler's Wells DC OC SOUVENIR of the 95th ANNIVERSARY (25 March, 1875) of TRIAL BY JURY 1875-1970       £20.00 prog
PROG358 Hippodrome, Bristol IOLANTHE, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD, TRIAL and PINAFORE, COX & BOX and PIRATES, THE GONDOLIERS, 1970 Hippodrome, Bristol DC OC Two Weeks from 15th June IOLANTHE (inscribed 18th May,1971); YEOMEN (19th May); MIKADO; TRIAL and PINAFORE; COX & BOX and PIRATES (21 May, 1971); GN (22 May) (RE-USED P ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG365 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1970 SOUVENIR of the Christmas Season at Sadler's Wells Theatre Dec. 14 1970 - March 6 1971 1971 SOUVENIR of the Christmas Season at Sadler's Wells Theatre Dec. 14 1970 - March 6 1971 folded card (20cms x 25.5cms) The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Inside: facsimile autographs beneath photos of ...
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      £20.00 prog
PROG363 Sadler's Wells Theatre Sadler's Wells Theatre Dec. 28 1970 - March 6 1971. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design listing operas) :IOLANTHE, PATIENCE, RUDDIGORE, THE MIKADO, YEOMEN, PIRATES, PINAFORE, TRIAL, COX ...
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Mon. Dec. 28 1970 to Sat. Jan. 9 1971: YEOMEN, PATIENCE, IOLANTHE (with b&w photos: PI/ PC/ PP/ YG)       £10.00 prog
PROG119 PROGRAMME CARD NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Programme card for 1971 Season: March - August       £3.00 prog
PROG364 Sadler's Wells Theatre Sadler's Wells Theatre Dec. 14 1970 - March 6 1971. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design listing operas) : IOLANTHE, PATIENCE, RUDDIGORE, THE MIKADO, YEOMEN, PIRATES, PINAFORE, TRIAL, COX ...
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from Mon 11 Jan. 1971 : CB & PP/ RG/ PI with photos of PI, PP and portraits in character of Pauline Wales, Kenneth Sandford, Christene Palmer, Julia Goss and John Ayldon (folded vertically)       £10.00 prog
PROG367 Ashton Hall, Lancaster GILBERT AND SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1971 Ashton Hall, Lancaster 30 Jan G&S FOR ALL       £6.00 prog
PROG368 Davenport Theatre, Stockport GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1971 Davenport Theatre, Stockport Sun. 7 March GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL Prog.6       £5.00 prog
PROG371 Opera House, Manchester: 1971 Commencing Monday, 15th March for Six Weeks. DC OC in G&S Operas. Opera House, Manchester: CB/ PP/ RG/ YG/ SO       £6.00 prog
PROG370 Opera House, Manchester 1971 Commencing Monday, 15th March for Six Weeks. DC OC in G&S Operas. Opera House, Manchester: GN/ TJ/ PF/ MK/ IO       £6.00 prog
PROG120 Opera House, Manchester NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Opera House, Man March 15 1971 Six Weeks (Handbill: folded card (approx. 5" x 4")       £3.00 prog
PROG369 Opera House, Manchester THE SORCERER 1971 29 March Promotional card for the new production of THE SORCERER Opera House, Manchester (Goffin design: proscenium arch containing b/w original engraving) (13cms x 16.5cms)       £5.00 prog
PROG372 Davenport Th. Stockport GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1971 Davenport Th. Stockport Sun. 18 April GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL Prog.11       £5.00 prog
PROG375 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool 1971 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool. DC OC Two Weeks Commencing Mon. 15 Nov. : COX & BOX, PIRATES, SORCERER, PATIENCE, TRIAL, PINAFORE COX & BOX, PIRATES, SORCERER, PATIENCE, TRIAL, PINAFORE       £6.00 prog
PROG377 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1971 Mon. 20 Dec.1971 to Sat. 12 Feb.1972. Sadler's Wells Theatre DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : COX and BOX, PIRATES, TRIAL, PINAFORE, THE GONDOLIERS COX and BOX, PIRATES, TRIAL, PINAFORE, THE GONDOLIERS (Theatreprint Vol.2 No.1) (with b&w photos.)       £8.00 prog
PROG378 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1971 Mon. 20 Dec.1971 to Sat. 12 Feb.1972. Sadler's Wells Theatre DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : RUDDIGORE, IOLANTHE, PATIENCE RUDDIGORE, IOLANTHE, PATIENCE (with photos as above) (Theatreprint Vol.2 No. 2)       £8.00 prog
PROG376 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1971 Mon. 20 Dec.1971 to Sat. 12 Feb.1972. Sadler's Wells Theatre DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : THE MIKADO, THE SORCERER, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD THE MIKADO, THE SORCERER, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (with photos: SO, IO, RG, MK, GN, PF, PP) (Theatreprint Vol.1 No.12)       £8.00 prog
PROG381 Sadler's Wells Theatre A SOUVENIR of the new presentation of THE SORCERER Sadler's Wells Theatre London Season from 20th Dec. 1971 to 12th Feb. 1972 A SOUVENIR of the new presentation of THE SORCERER Sadler's Wells Theatre London Season from 20th Dec. 1971 to 12th Feb. 1972. With settings and costumes designed by Osbert Lancaster. Colour front cov ...
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      £35.00 scarce prog
PROG121 Sadler's Wells Theatre NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering) Sadler's Wells Theatre, London Dec. 20th, 1971 - Feb. 12th, 1972 Season leaflet (two-fold) (approx size: 10.5 x 14 cms folded), red cover (with ticket stub: RUDDIGORE matinee 29 Jan. 1972)       £3.00 prog
PROG1383 Queen’s Theatre COMFORTABLE LODGINGS/ THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII (1872)       £30.00 prog
PROG380 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1971 Mon. 20 Dec.1971 to Sat. 12 Feb.1972. Sadler's Wells Theatre DC OC Season Programme card + ticket stub (Jan.29, 1972 RUDDIGORE Sat. matinee)       £3.00 prog
PROG382 Ashton Hall, Lancaster GILBERT AND SULLIVAN FOR ALL Souvenir Programme 1972 Ashton Hall, Lancaster 5 Feb G&S FOR ALL       £6.00 prog
PROG1267 Sadler's Wells Theatre Bridget D'Oyly Carte presents A Season of Gilbert & Sullivan Operas. Monday 20 December 1971 - Saturday 12 February 1972 1972. LAST NIGHT ? ? ? with photos. From RUDDIGORE, MIKADO, THE GONDOLIERS, THE SORCERER, IOLANTHE, PINAFORE, PIRATES     £6.00 prog
PROG383 Opera House, Manchester 1972 Opera House, Man 6 March for Seven Weeks. DC OC : THE MIKADO, IOLANTHE, GONDOLIERS, YEOMEN THE MIKADO, IOLANTHE, GONDOLIERS, YEOMEN       £6.00 prog
PROG689 Amateur Programmes The Ormskirk AO & DS MK April 1972       £1.00 prog
PROG384 Festival Theatre Paignton AN EVENING OF G&S c1972 20 May AN EVENING OF G&S. Festival Th. Paignton with Ian Wallace (photo)       £3.00 prog
PROG385 Free Trade Hall, Manchester A Season of G&S For All 1972 Sept. A Season of G&S For All: On Stage and Screen Souvenir Prog.: MK/ PF/ YG/ PP (centre pages detached). Also sheet for event at Free Trade Hall, Manchester 6 Sept. 1972: On Screen World Premie ...
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      £15.00 prog
PROG386 Theatre Royal, Norwich 1972 Theatre Royal, Norwich. 9 Oct. for Two Weeks. DC OC : COX & BOX and PIRATES, RUDDIGORE Oct.11/16 COX & BOX with PIRATES; Oct.19 RUDDIGORE       £5.00 prog
PROG392 London Coliseum 1972 11 Dec. - 1973 10 March. Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium design) Last Night ? ? ? (with b&w photos. as above)       £10.00 prog
PROG391 London Coliseum 1972 11 Dec. - 1973 10 March. Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium design) : IOLANTHE, RUDDIGORE, THE SORCERER IOLANTHE, RUDDIGORE, THE SORCERER (with b&w photos: as above)       £6.00 prog
PROG390 London Coliseum 1972 11 Dec. - 1973 10 March. Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium design) : THE MIKADO, YEOMEN, PATIENCE THE MIKADO, YEOMEN, PATIENCE (with b&w photos.: GN/ RG/ CB/ MK/ YG/ PP) (autographed by John Ayldon)       £6.00 prog
PROG393 Alice Tully Hall The World of Gilbert and Sullivan 1972-1973 SEASON December 16 ALICE TULLY HALL (Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, USA) The World of Gilbert and Sullivan (Thomas Round, Donald Adams etc.) (folded across)       £4.00 prog
PROG1178 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS UL Neptune Th. Liverpool Jan 1973       £1.00 prog
PROG388 London Coliseum PATIENCE Sadler's Wells Opera at the London Coliseum 1972 (first performance Nov. 8) PATIENCE Sadler's Wells Opera at the London Coliseum (original production1969) (illustrated)       £10.00 prog
PROG394 Sadler's Wells Theatre PINAFORE SOUVENIR of the 95th Anniversary 1878 - 1973 (with facsimile prog.) 1973 Sadler's Wells Th. 10 March DC OC PINAFORE SOUVENIR of the 95th Anniversary 1878 - 1973 (with facsimile prog.) (Last Night):       £20.00 prog
PROG396 Opera House, Manchester 1973 Opera Hs. Man. 12 March for Seven Weeks DC OC : THE GONDOLIERS, YEOMEN, MIKADO, IOLANTHE 1973 Opera Hs. Man. 12 March for Seven Weeks DC OC : THE GONDOLIERS, YEOMEN, MIKADO, IOLANTHE (one staple missing)       £5.00 prog
PROG398 London Coliseum IOLANTHE Sadler's Wells Opera at the London Coliseum 1973 Sept. IOLANTHE Sadler's Wells Opera at the London Coliseum (first performance this season Aug. 17). Cast: Anne Collins, Sarah Walker, Alan Opie, Barbara Walker, Denis Dowling, Terry Jenkins, Eric ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG399 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1973 Mon.17 Dec. to Sat. 9 Feb. 1974. Sadler's Wells Theatre. DC OC Season: TRIAL, PINAFORE, COX & BOX, PIRATES, IOLANTHE 1973 Mon.17 Dec. to Sat. 9 Feb. 1974. Sadler's Wells Theatre. DC OC Season: (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) TRIAL, PINAFORE, COX & BOX, PIRATES, IOLANTHE(with portriats in character of: John Ree ...
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      £12.00 prog
PROG1179 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS MK Jan 1974       £1.00 prog
PROG123 Opera House, Blackpool NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Opera House, Blackpool. Mon Feb 25 1974 Two Weeks (double-sided)       £3.00 prog
PROG402 Opera House, Manchester 1974 Opera House, Man 11 March for Seven Weeks : MK/ IO/ TJ/ PF/ RG/ PC with handwritten cast changes/conductor       £6.00 prog
PROG401 Opera House, Manchester 1974 Opera House, Man 11 March for Seven Weeks : GN/ CB/ PP/ YG/ SO (short tear cover and inside page bottom front off centre)       £3.00 prog
PROG124 Opera House, Manchester NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Opera House, Man March 11 1974 Seven Weeks:- (a) VG (b) (folded across)       (a)£3.00/ (b)£2.00 prog
PROG404 Free Trade Hall, Manchester 1974 HALLE PROMS PROSPECTUS 16/04/2009 THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1974 HALLE PROMS PROSPECTUS. Free Trade Hall, Manchester. Contains listing for Sat. July 6 FINAL NIGHT Concert including Sullivan Overture, THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD       £5.00 prog
PROG406 Sale Town Hall GILBERT & SULLIVAN GRAND GALA 1974 6 Oct. Sale Town Hall. Past and Present DC (charity concert)       £4.00 prog
PROG408 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1975 Tue 17 Dec. 1974 to Sat. 22 March 1975. Sadler's Wells Theatre DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design): RUDDIGORE, YEOMEN RUDDIGORE, YEOMEN (with b&w photos.: RG & YG) (inscribed `1st night of Season RUDDIGORE 17/12/74') (autographed by John Ayldon)       £8.00 prog
PROG1180 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS PP Jan 1975       £1.00 prog
PROG122 PROGRAMME CARD NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Programme card for 1973 Season: March - June       £3.00 prog
PROG410 Savoy Theatre 1975 Savoy Centenary Season : 25 March: DRAMATIC LICENCE (or - I Wonder Whether They'll Live Together) by William Douglas Home with TRIAL BY JURY and THE SORCERER       £10.00 prog
PROG411 Savoy Theatre 1975 Savoy Centenary Season : 26 March: TRIAL BY JURY and H.M.S. PINAFORE       £10.00 prog
PROG413 Savoy Theatre 1975 Savoy Centenary Season : 29 March: PATIENCE (Matinee) and IOLANTHE (Evening)       £10.00 prog
PROG414 Savoy Theatre 1975 Savoy Centenary Season : 1 April: THE MIKADO       £10.00 prog
PROG690 Amateur Programmes The Ormskirk AO & DS PP April 1975       £1.00 prog
PROG415 Savoy Theatre 1975 Savoy Centenary Season : 3 April: THE GONDOLIERS in the presence of HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Einburgh       £10.00 prog
PROG416 Savoy Theatre 1975 Savoy Centenary Season : 4 April: UTOPIA LIMITED       £10.00 prog
PROG417 Savoy Theatre 1975 Savoy Centenary Season : 5 April THE GRAND DUKE/ TJ       £10.00 prog
PROG418 New Theatre, Oxford IOLANTHE English National Opera 1975 (inscribed 20.5.75) New Theatre, Oxford : English National Opera IOLANTHE       £5.00 prog
PROG420 Theatre Royal, Norwich THE WORLD OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN 1975 Theatre Royal, Norwich. Week commencing Monday 1st Sept. Norman Meadmore presents Peter Pratt and John Lawrenson in THE WORLD OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN       £5.00 prog
PROG1162 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society SO Oct 1975       £1.00 prog
PROG422 Civic Theatre, Chelmsford THE WORLD OF G&S 1975 Civic Theatre, Chelmsford. Friday 3 Oct. Norman Meadmore presents THE WORLD OF G&S Programme 1 with Anna Bernardin, Jean Temperley, Adrian de Peyer, Peter Pratt and Michael Wakeham. MD Michael Mo ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG664 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS : Metropolitan Borough of Sefton/ Crosby Arts Association Souvenir Brochure `75 Centenary Gilbert & Sullivan Mon. 13th Oct. 1975       £1.00 prog
PROG429 Sadler's Wells Theatre 15 Dec 1975 - 20 March 1976 Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : Programme schedule       £2.00 prog
PROG430 DC OC NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 1976 DC OC NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 101st ANNIVERSARY YEAR 1976 DC OC NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 101st ANNIVERSARY YEAR (colour wraps/ many b&w production photos. of MK; PP & PF) (back outer wraps : album attachment marks in corners) ow good       £6.00 prog
PROG1428 HINGE & BRACKET AN EVENING OF MEMORIES PATRICK FYFFE and GEORGE LOGAN PRESENT DR. EVADNE HINGE & DAME HILDA BRACKET IN AN EVENING OF MEMORIES (autographed single-fold brochure) (c.1976)       £50.00 prog
PROG1418 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY GILBERT & SULLIVAN NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 1976 pp16 with illustrated articles and production photographs of THE MIKADO, PIRATES and PINAFORE       £25.00 prog
PROG665 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS YG Jan 1976       £1.00 prog
PROG425 Sadler's Wells Theatre 15 Dec - 1975 20 March 1976 Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : RUDDIGORE RUDDIGORE with b&w photos. (inscribed 17/1/76)       £6.00 prog
PROG431 Swan Theare, Worcester GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1976 Swan Theare, Worcester. 27th & 29th January GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL Programme No.14       £4.00 prog
PROG432 Theatre Royal, York GILBERT AND SULLIVAN FOR ALL Souvenir Programme 1976 1st Feb. Theatre Royal, York GILBERT AND SULLIVAN FOR ALL Souvenir Programme       £3.00 prog
PROG1408 Victoria Hall, Hanley GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL Victoria Hall, Hanley 1976 15 February. Cast: Marilyn Hill Smith, Anna Cooper, Thomas Round, Donald Adams. Musical Director : Ian Kennedy with The Doulton Choir cover folded vertically     £3.00 prog
PROG1143 Amateur Programmes Martins OS Martins OS THE GRAND DUKE Neptune Theatre, Liverpool March 1976       £1.00 prog
PROG427 Sadler's Wells Theatre 15 Dec - 1975 20 March 1976 Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : LAST NIGHT ??? (Last Night 20 March, 1976) (with b&w photos.) (inscribed on duplicate inner Goffin page with complete breakdown starting with IMPERIAL MARCH)       £8.00 prog
PROG428 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1975 15 Dec - 1976 20 March Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : ??? (Last Night 20 March, 1976) (no coloured inner title page) (with ticket stub)       £6.00 prog
PROG434 Free Trade Hall, Manchester HALLE PROMS 1976 1976 4 July HALLE PROMS Free Trade Hall, Manchester: Massed Brass Bands including March of the Peers/ A Tenor, All Singers Above       £5.00 prog
PROG435 Free Trade Hall, Manchester HALLE PROMS 1976 1976 HALLE PROMS Free Trade Hall, Manchester: G&S Selection with Patricia Clark and Ian Wallace       £5.00 prog
PROG437 Bristol Hippodrome 1976 Bristol Hippodrome 6 Sept. for Two Weeks DC OC : YEOMEN, GONDOLIERS, MIKADO, PATIENCE, PINAFORE 1976 Bristol Hippodrome 6 Sept. for Two Weeks DC OC : YEOMEN, GONDOLIERS, MIKADO, PATIENCE, PINAFORE       £5.00 prog
PROG438 Huyton Suite, Huyton GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1976 Huyton Suite, Huyton Thur. 9th Sept. GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL Programme No.2 signed on cover by Thomas Round and Donald Adams and alongside photo. by Marilyn Hill Smith       £15.00 signed prog
PROG1163 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society YG Golden Jubilee of Society Nov 1976       £1.00 prog
PROG439 Empire Theatre, Liverpool 1976 Empire Theatre, Liverpool. DC OC One Week from 6 Dec. : PINAFORE, GONDOLIERS, PIRATES, PATIENCE, MIKADO 1976 Empire Theatre, Liverpool. DC OC One Week from 6 Dec. : PINAFORE, GONDOLIERS, PIRATES, PATIENCE, MIKADO (ticket stubs for 6,7,9 and 11 Dec. + 13 press cuttings)       £10.00 prog
PROG440 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1976 - 1977 Sadler's Wells 20 Dec. to 26 Feb. DC OC (Goffin proscenium arch): THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD/ PATIENCE THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD/ PATIENCE (with b&w photos)       £6.00 prog
PROG666 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS : RG Jan 1977       £1.00 prog
PROG442 Chester Gateway Theatre TARANTARA! TARANTARA! 1976 Chester Gateway Theatre TARANTARA! TARANTARA! by Ian Taylor 24 Nov - 4 Dec 1976/ 30 Dec - 29 Jan 1977 (ticket stub 27 Jan 1977 + 3 press cuttings)       £8.00 prog
PROG441 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1977 - 1977 Sadler's Wells 20 Dec. to 26 Feb. DC OC (Goffin proscenium arch): LAST NIGHT ??? (with b&w photos)       £10.00 prog
PROG443 Opera House, Manchester 1977 Opera House, Man 11 April for Five Weeks DC OC : (a) PRINCESS IDA (b) RUDDIGORE 1977 Opera House, Man 11 April for Five Weeks DC OC (a) PRINCESS IDA (b) RUDDIGORE       £5.00 prog
PROG444 Festival Theatre, Paignton PETER PRATT in A GALA NIGHT of G&S 1977 15 May. PETER PRATT in A GALA NIGHT of G&S. Festival Th. Paignton       £5.00 prog
PROG446 Theatre Royal, Brighton 1977 30 May for Three Weeks Theatre Royal, Brighton DC OC : PINAFORE, PIRATES, MIKADO, YEOMEN, RUDDIGORE, GONDOLIERS 1977 30 May for Three Weeks Theatre Royal, Brighton DC OC : PINAFORE, PIRATES, MIKADO, YEOMEN, RUDDIGORE, GONDOLIERS       £5.00 prog
PROG447 Sadler's Wells Theatre D'Oyly Carte SILVER JUBILEE SEASON Sadler's Wells Theatre : IOLANTHE, YEOMEN 1977 Sadler's Wells Th. 4 - 23 July DC OC SILVER JUBILEE SEASON: IOLANTHE, YEOMEN (with producer's slip)       £8.00 prog
PROG448 Holland Park Court Theatre GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1977 Holland Park Court Theatre 12 - 16 July GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL: PINAFORE       £4.00 prog
PROG449 Civic Theatre, Chelmsford THE WORLD OF G&S 1977 Civic Theatre, Chelmsford. Sat. 10 Sept. Norman Meadmore presents THE WORLD OF G&S. Programme No.5 with Patricia Cope, Julia Meadows, Alan Byers and Peter Pratt       £5.00 prog
PROG1421 His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen Gala Performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's IOLANTHE 11 October, 1977. D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother pp24 (with production photographs) SILVER WRAPS The Queen's Silver Jubilee Appeal     £30.00 prog
PROG450 Opera House, Manchester PINEAPPLE POLL 1977 Opera House, Manchester 31 October - 5 November. Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet. Season includes PINEAPPLE POLL musical director Ashley Lawrence; conductors Barry Wordsworth, Colin Metters       £5.00 prog
PROG1164 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society IO Nov 1977       £1.00 prog
PROG451 New York City Opera PERFORMING ARTS New York City Opera 11th Annual Visit THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1977 Dec. PERFORMING ARTS New York City Opera 11th Annual Visit THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Cast List : Richard McKee, Henry Price, James Billings, Gianna Rolandi etc. + article) pp6-11       £5.00 prog
PROG452 Sadler's Wells Theatre 12 Dec - 1977 - 18 Feb. 1978 Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : IOLANTHE/ THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE IOLANTHE/ THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (with b&w photos.)       £6.00 prog
PROG667 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS GN Jan 1978       £1.00 prog
PROG696 Amateur Programmes University of Liverpool G&S Society GD Feb 1978       £1.00 prog
PROG454 Sadler's Wells Theatre 12 Dec 1977 -18 Feb. 1978. Sadler's Wells Th. DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch cover design) : Last Night ??? (with b&w photos.)       £5.00 prog
PROG685 Amateur Programmes A Bentley Production at the Neptune Theatre TJ/ PF March 1978       £1.00 prog
PROG691 Amateur Programmes The Ormskirk AO & DS TJ/ PF April 1978       £1.00 prog
PROG697 Amateur Programmes University of Liverpool G&S Society RG June 1978       £1.00 prog
PROG1427 RSC small-scale tour TWELFTH NIGHT and THREE SISTERS RSC small-scale tour: Edward Petherbridge, Alec Wallis, Clyde Pollitt, Emily Richad, Griffith Jones, Ian McKellen etc. (July/August 1978)       £8.00 prog
PROG1374 Civic Theatre, Chelmsford Norman Meadmore presents THE WORLD OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN 1978 9th September : Programme No.7 with Peter Pratt, Pauline Cope, Julia Meadows, Terry Jenkins       £5.00 prog
PROG455 London Coliseum IOLANTHE 1978 Oct. ENO: IOLANTHE       £8.00 prog
PROG1165 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society RG Oct 1978       £1.00 prog
PROG456 Sadler's Wells Theatre 18 Dec. 1978 - 24 Feb 1979 Sadler's Wells DC OC DC in G&S at Sadler's Wells: 3-fold buff promotional leaflet       £2.00 prog
PROG458 Sadler's Wells Theatre 18 Dec. 1978 - 24 Feb 1979 Sadler's Wells DC OC (Goffin proscenium arch cover) : H.M.S.PINAFORE/ RUDDIGORE H.M.S.PINAFORE/ RUDDIGORE (with b&w photos. : PF/ RG) (with indisposition slip)       £5.00 prog
PROG457 Sadler's Wells Theatre 18 Dec. 1978 - 24 Feb 1979 Sadler's Wells DC OC (Goffin proscenium arch cover): THE GONDOLIERS/ YEOMEN THE GONDOLIERS/ YEOMEN (with b&w photos.)       £5.00 prog
PROG471 D'OYLY CARTE IN GILBERT & SULLIVAN. AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 1979 D'OYLY CARTE IN GILBERT & SULLIVAN. AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 1979 D'OYLY CARTE IN GILBERT & SULLIVAN. AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND. Large format 28cms x 42cms. Gold cover pp24. Full colour photographic montage central pages, cover marked       £15.00 prog
PROG470 D'OYLY CARTE IN GILBERT & SULLIVAN. AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 1979 D'OYLY CARTE IN GILBERT & SULLIVAN. AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 1979 D'OYLY CARTE IN GILBERT & SULLIVAN. AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND. Large format 28cms x 42cms. Gold cover pp24. Full colour photographic montage central pages, good condition       £20.00 prog
PROG668 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS PC Jan 1979       £1.00 prog
PROG444-63 Amateur Programmes A Bentley Production at the Neptune Theatre PI Feb/March 1979       £1.00 prog
PROG460 Sadler's Wells Theatre 18 Dec. 1978 - 24 Feb 1979 Sadler's Wells DC OC (Goffin proscenium arch cover): Last night (with b&w photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG464 Opera House, Manchester 1979 Opera House, Man 5 March - 7 April Five Weeks DC OC : PIRATES PIRATES       £5.00 prog
PROG465 Opera House, Manchester 1979 Opera House, Man 5 March - 7 April Five Weeks DC OC : RUDDIGORE RUDDIGORE       £5.00 prog
PROG461 Opera House, Manchester 1979 Opera House, Man 5 March - 7 April Five Weeks DC OC : THE GONDOLIERS THE GONDOLIERS       £5.00 prog
PROG467 Opera House, Manchester 1979 Opera House, Man 5 March - 7 April Five Weeks DC OC : THE MIKADO THE MIKADO (with ticket stub 31 March + press cutting)       £8.00 prog
PROG468 Opera House, Manchester 1979 Opera House, Man 5 March - 7 April Five Weeks DC OC : THE GONDOLIERS THE GONDOLIERS(with ticket stub 7 April + 2 press cuttings re: closure of Opera House)       £6.00 prog
PROG469 Grand Theatre & Opera House, Leeds 1979 Grand Theatre & Opera House, Leeds. DC OC A Season of Gilbert & Sullivan. For Two Weeks Commencing Monday 9th April 1979 Grand Theatre & Opera House, Leeds. DC OC A Season of Gilbert & Sullivan. For Two Weeks Commencing Monday 9th April: PP; MK; RG; PC; YG; GN (Goffin proscenium cover)       £5.00 prog
PROG472 Swansea Grand Theatre 1979 Swansea Grand Theatre THE LONDON SAVOYARDS in THE MIKADO and PINAFORE 1979 Mon. 30 Ap. to Sat. 5 May. Norman Meadmore presents THE LONDON SAVOYARDS in in THE MIKADO and PINAFORE. Swansea Grand Theatre       £4.00 prog
PROG473 Westminster Theatre 1979 THE MIKADO Martin Gates for The Musical Theatre Co. 1979 Westminster Theatre, London. Martin Gates for The Musical Theatre Co. THE MIKADO (first perf. 28 May 1979)       £8.00 prog
PROG698 Amateur Programmes University of Liverpool G&S Society PP June 1979       £1.00 prog
PROG1425 Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon OTHELLO RSC : Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon from 1 August 1979. Donald Sinden,James Laurensen, Bob Peck, Suzanne Bertish, Susan Tracy, John McEnery etc (with Before the Curtain Rises…No.5 T ...
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      £12.00 prog
PROG1426 Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon JULIUS CAESAR RSC : Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon from 26 September 1979. John Woodvine, Ben Kingsley, James Laurensen (indisposition slip), Nigel Terry, Jeffrey Dench etc. (with Before the Curta ...
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      £12.00 prog
PROG1166 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society MK Oct 1979       £1.00 prog
PROG474 London Coliseum 1979 PATIENCE ENO 1979 ENO: PATIENCE (first perf. of season 4 Oct.)       £10.00 prog
PROG1424 Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon TWELFTH NIGHT RSC : Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon 13 October 1979 : Gareth Thomas, John Matshikiza, Terence Harvey, Cherie Lunghi, Roderick Horn, Willoughby Goddard, Jane Downs etc. (with ticket s ...
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      £12.00 prog
1194 1979 DC OC Touring card D'OYLY CARTE in association with BARCLAYS BANK 1979 Touring card Touring card: Oct. 22 - Dec. 10 (9 x 14 cms)       £2.00  
PROG125 PROGRAMME CARD NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): 1979 programme week beginning Oct. 22 - Dec.10 1979       £2.00 prog
PROG478 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1979 Sadler's Wells Theatre 18 Dec. 1979 - 16 Feb. 1980 DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch): THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE/ IOLANTHE 1979 THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE/ IOLANTHE (with b&w photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG479 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1979 Sadler's Wells Theatre 18 Dec. 1979 - 16 Feb. 1980 DC OC Season (Goffin proscenium arch): THE SORCERER THE SORCERER (with b&w photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG480 The G&S Society (Torbay Branch) 1979 The G&S Society (Torbay Branch). Celebrate the Centenary of THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1879-1979 The G&S Society (Torbay Branch). Celebrate the Centenary of PP 1879-1979. Gold card wraps (Burnside facsimile) with navy cord tassle pp4 (with Royal Bijou Th. fac. poster + photo. of theatre, amateur ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG481 The G&S Society (Torbay Branch) 1979 THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE CENTENARY. G&S Society (Torbay Branch) by John Richardson pp16 SOUVENIR booklet. G&S Society (Torbay Branch) by John Richardson pp16       £6.00 prog
PROG483 The G&S Society (Torbay Branch) 1979 THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE Gala Centenary ADMISSION/BUFFET Gala Centenary ADMISSION/BUFFET numbered TICKET Sunday, 30th December, 1979 at The Gerston Hotel, Paignton. TICKET: in two parts (perforated) gold (15.5 x 12.5 cms)       £2.00 prog
PROG482 The G&S Society (Torbay Branch) SOUVENIR BOOKLET The Gilbert and Sullivan Society (Torbay Branch) Celebrate the Centenary of THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1879 - 1979 SOUVENIR. G&S Society (Torbay Branch) by John Richardson pp16 + TV Listing Cuttings x 2: The Pirates of The Pirates of Penzance with Spike Milligan, Ian Wallace and John Reed on ITV 26/12/1980 ; The S ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG669 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS IO Jan 1980       £1.00 prog
PROG1444 Souvenir Brochure GILBERT & SULLIVAN D'OYLY CARTE A4-sized Souvenir Brochure Sixteen page colour brochure with production photographs of THE MIKADO, THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, PINAFORE, IOLANTHE, THE SORCERER and the YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. Editorial Research: Peter Riley. Dewynter ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG652 ROCKINGHAM POTTERY ROCKINGHAM POTTERY ROCKINGHAM POTTERY Presents A REVIVAL OF CHARACTER JUGS (A4 coloured promotional one-sided leaflet showing 14 figures) (folded)     £3.00 prog
PROG488 he College of Wooster, Freelander Theatre THE OHIO LIGHT OPERA COMPANY The College of Wooster, Freelander Theatre Princess Ida programme (1980 Festival)
Utopia Limited (1980 Festival)
1980 Festival Performance Schedule (colour)
1982 Festival Performance Schedule (colour)
1984 Festival Performance Sche ...
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(for sale as one lot of 22 items):     £30.00 prog
PROG126 PROGRAMME CARD NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Programme card for 1980 Season (approx. 4" x 8") :- (1) Feb-May (2) May-July (3) Sept-Dec       £2.00 prog
PROG484 Guild Hall, Preston 1980 Guild Hall, Preston Sat. 16 Feb. The London Savoyards in THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1980 Guild Hall, Preston Sat. 16 Feb. The London Savoyards in THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD with Peter Pratt, Philip Potter etc. cond. Peter Murray (ticket stub, flyer and press cutting)       £5.00 prog
1192 1980 DC OC Touring Schedule 1980 D'OYLY CARTE in association with BARCLAYS BANK present GILBERT & SULLIVAN Touring Schedule Touring Schedule Feb. 18 - May 19 1980       £2.00  
PROG444-64 Amateur Programmes A Bentley Production at the Neptune Theatre MK March 1980       £1.00 prog
PROG487 Tameside Theatre, Ashton-under-Lyne 1980 Tameside Th. Ashton-under-Lyne 24 March for Two Weeks DC OC 1980 Tameside Th. Ashton-under-Lyne 24 March for Two Weeks DC OC: PF/ PP/ MK/ GN/ SO (with ticket stub)       £6.00 prog
1193 Tameside Theatre, Ashton-under-Lyne D'OYLY CARTE in association with BARCLAYS BANK present GILBERT & SULLIVAN :TAMESIDE THEATRE, Ashton-under-Lyne. Commencing Monday 24th March, 1980 for two weeks Herald card (10 x 21 cms) with Artistes' List       £2.00  
PROG127 Tameside Theatre, Ashton-under-Lyne NON-DECORATED PROGRAMME CARDS (plain upright/landscape postcard-sized cards in red and black lettering): Tameside Theatre, Ashton-under-Lyne Mon 24 March 1980 Two Weeks (approx. 4" x 8")       £2.00 prog
PROG1167 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society PC Oct 1980       £1.00 prog
PROG491 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1980 DC OC SOUVENIR BROCHURE (A4 size) 1980 DC OC SOUVENIR BROCHURE (A4 size) (MK; PP; PF; IO; SO; YG : includes colour photos. of the six operas) pp16 (+ 5 press cuttings)       £18.00 prog
PROG489 Sadler's Wells Theatre 20 Dec. 1980 to 1981 21 Feb. Sadler's Wells Theatre. DC OC : H.M.S. PINAFORE/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 1980 H.M.S. PINAFORE/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (with b&w photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG490 Sadler's Wells Theatre 20 Dec. 1980 to 1981 21 Feb. Sadler's Wells Theatre. DC OC : THE SORCERER/ THE MIKADO THE SORCERER/ THE MIKADO (with b&w photos.)       £10.00 prog
PROG670 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS PI Jan 1981       £1.00 prog
PROG1147 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society PP Sat. Feb.7. 1981 Grand Hall, Guild Hall, Preston       £1.00 prog
PROG1437 Tameside Theatre DC OC in G&S Operas PF/ IO/ RG/ MK/ PP/ SO/ YG March 30 - April 11, 1981       £5.00 prog
PROG699 Amateur Programmes University of Liverpool G&S Society SO June 1981       £1.00 prog
PROG1429   PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND Raymond Gubbay presents PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND. Souvenir Brochure September, 1981       £5.00 prog
PROG493 Queen Elizabeth Hall 1981 Queen Elizabeth Hall. Raymond Gubbay & the GLC present GILBERT & SULLIVAN GALA 1981 Queen Elizabeth Hall. Raymond Gubbay & the GLC present GILBERT & SULLIVAN GALA. Ian Wallace cond. Marcus Dods 4-6 Sept.       £7.00 prog
PROG496 Palace Theatre Manchester 1981Palace Theatre Manchester DC OC Season 7 - 19 Sept. :MK; PF; PP; YG; IO and RG DC Performance Schedule 7 - 19 September. MK/ PF/ PP/ YG/IO/ RG A3 4-fold       £2.00 prog
PROG1168 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society PF Oct 1981       £1.00 prog
PROG498 Savoy Theatre 1981 Sunday 11 Oct. Savoy Theatre A GALA EVENING to celebrate THE CENTENARY OF THE SAVOY THEATRE 1981 Sunday 11 Oct. Savoy Theatre A GALA EVENING to celebrate THE CENTENARY OF THE SAVOY THEATRE (with D'Oyly Carte artists) (with historic theatre photos.) Theatre Print No.73 October 1981       £10.00 prog
PROG502 Adelphi Theatre 18th November 1981 - 27th February 1982. Adelphi Th. DC OC Season (FINAL SEASON OF `OLD' D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY) : advertising leaflet with complete schedule of performances       £4.00 prog
PROG509 Plymouth Theatre Royal 1982 Plymouth Theatre Royal THE MIKADO Plymouth Theatre Royal THE MIKADO       £4.00 prog
PROG671 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS : PF/ TJ Jan 1982       £1.00 prog
PROG500 Adelphi Theatre 1982 18th November - 1982 27th February. Adelphi Th. DC OC Season (FINAL SEASON OF `OLD' D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY) : RUDDIGORE, PINAFORE, IOLANTHE RG; PF; IO (with b&w photos.) (Theatre Print No.77 February 1982)       £7.00 prog
PROG692 Amateur Programmes The Ormskirk AO & DS MK April 1982       £1.00 prog
PROG503 Albert Hall HMS PINAFORE - FROM SCRATCH 1982 ROYAL ALBERT HALL 6 May. THE TUESDAY PARTNERSHIP presents HMS PINAFORE - FROM SCRATCH (A4)       £8.00 prog
PROG504 British Centre of The International Theatre Institute THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Drury Lane Papp version) : A Benefit Preview in aid of the British Centre of The International Theatre Institute 1982 21 May THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Drury Lane Papp version) : A Benefit Preview in aid of the British Centre of The International Theatre Institute. Cast : Tim Curry, Pamela Stephenson, George Cole, ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG508 Drury Lane 1982 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Papp production) SOUVENIR BROCHURE 1982 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Papp production). 1st perf. 26 May. Cast: Tim Curry, Pamela Stephenson, George Cole, Annie Ross : (d) SOUVENIR BROCHURE with lyrics (colour and ...
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      £20.00 prog
PROG505 Drury Lane 1982 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Papp production 1982 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Papp production). 1st perf. 26 May. Cast: Tim Curry, Pamela Stephenson, George Cole, Annie Ross : (a) Theatreprint No.81 June 1982 (with ticket ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG506 Drury Lane 1982 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Papp production 1982 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Papp production). 1st perf. 26 May. Cast: Tim Curry, Pamela Stephenson, George Cole, Annie Ross : (b) Theatreprint No.82 July 1982       £5.00 prog
PROG507 Drury Lane 1982 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Papp production). 1982 Theatre Royal, Drury Lane THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Papp production). 1st perf. 26 May. Cast: Tim Curry, Pamela Stephenson, George Cole, Annie Ross : (c) Theatreprint No.84 Sept 1982       £5.00 prog
PROG495 Palace Theatre Mancheste 1981 Palace Theatre Manchester DC OC Season 7 - 19 Sept. 1981 Palace Theatre Manchester DC OC Season 7 - 19 Sept. :MK; PF; PP; YG; IO and RG :       £5.00 prog
PROG510 Plymouth Theatre Royal 1982 Plymouth Theatre Royal Company's New ProductionTHE MIKADO (first performance 28th Sept. 1982). Cambridge Theatre, London. Bill Kenwright/ Paul Gregg/ Plymouth Theatre Royal Company's New Production with Murray Melvin as Ko-Ko       £6.00 prog
PROG1144 Amateur Programmes Deeside G&S AOS Deeside G&S AOS: THE ZOO/ PF Floral Pavilion, New Brighton Oct. 1982       £1.00 prog
PROG1169 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society GN Oct 1982       £1.00 prog
PROG511 Municipal Hall, Colne GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1982 Municipal Hall, Colne Sun. 3 Oct. GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL Prog.4       £4.00 prog
PROG512 New Theatre, Hull AN EVENING OF G&S 1982 New Th. Hull 18 Oct. AN EVENING OF G&S Former DC       £5.00 prog
PROG513 St George's Hall, Bradford AN EVENING OF G&S 1982 St George's Hall, Bradford 6 Nov. AN EVENING OF G&S Former DC       £5.00 prog
PROG672 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS : SO Jan 1983 (producer Betti Lloyd-Jones)       £1.00 prog
PROG514 Theatre Royal, Brighton Norman Meadmore presents THE LONDON SAVOYARDS 1983 Theatre Royal, Brighton. Tue. 4 Jan - Sat. 15 Jan. Norman Meadmore presents THE LONDON SAVOYARDS in IO/ TJ/ PF/ MK with former DC OC members       £5.00 prog
PROG515 Sadler's Wells Theatre New Sadler's Wells Opera: The Count of Luxembourg/ The Mikado/ Countess Maritza 1983 24 Jan - 5 March. New Sadler's Wells Opera: The Count of Luxembourg/ The Mikado/ Countess Maritza. Sadler's Wells Theatre       £4.00 prog
PROG516 Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham G&S CONCERT 1983 Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham 10 March. G&S CONCERT former DC       £3.00 prog
PROG518 Theatre Royal, Norwich THE MIKADO Theatre Royal, Norwich 1983 Theatre Royal, Norwich. 1 Aug. for One Week. Bill Kenwright presents THE MIKADO (new orchestration by Ed Coleman) (Cast includes Nicholas Smith, Gareth Jones)       £4.00 prog
PROG1170 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society PI 0ct 1983       £1.00 prog
PROG519 Theatre Royal, Newcastle G&S A la Carte 1983 Th. Royal, Newcastle 17 Oct. G&S A la Carte former DC       £4.00 prog
PROG693 Amateur Programmes The Ormskirk AO & DS Selection from G&S Sat. 3 Dec 1983       £1.00 prog
PROG521 St David's Hall, Cardiff THE LONDON SAVOYARDS 1983 St David's Hall, Cardiff Dec. 26 - Dec.31. THE LONDON SAVOYARDS: TJ/ PF/ MK       £4.00 prog
PROG522 Promotional colour leaflet for GILBERT & SULLIVAN The D'Oyly Carte Years 1984 A4 2-page promotional colour leaflet for GILBERT & SULLIVAN The D'Oyly Carte Years - The Official Picture History by Wilson and Lloyd (folded across) 1984 A4 2-page promotional colour leaflet for GILBERT & SULLIVAN The D'Oyly Carte Years - The Official Picture History by Wilson and Lloyd (folded across)       £3.00 prog
PROG673 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS MK Jan 1984 (producer Betti Lloyd-Jones)       £1.00 prog
PROG1146 Amateur Programmes Summer Youth Theatre, Southport Arts Centre Summer Youth Theatre, Southport Arts Centre PP 1984       £1.00 prog
PROG523 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1984 New Sadler's Wells Opera at Sadler's Wells Theatre 25 January - 10 March 1984 New Sadler's Wells Opera at Sadler's Wells Theatre 25 January - 10 March: MARTHA by Friedrich von Flotow; COUNTESS MARITZA by Emmerich Kalman ; THE GONDOLIERS       £6.00 prog
PROG525 Grand Theatre, Leeds THE MAGIC OF DC 1984 Grand Th. Leeds 27 Jan. G&S A la Carte THE MAGIC OF DC       £3.00 prog
PROG524 London Coliseum PATIENCE 1984 PATIENCE at English National Opera (from 15 Feb.)       £5.00 prog
PROG527 Northcott Theatre, Exeter THE ARCADIANS 1984 June. Northcott Theatre, Exeter THE ARCADIANS (professional production) Souvenir Programme       £5.00 prog
PROG526 New Sadler's Wells Opera PINAFORE/ GONDOLIERS/ MIKADO 1984 New Sadler's Wells Opera June 4 - July 21 a new era GILBERT & SULLIVAN a new look! PINAFORE/ GONDOLIERS/ MIKADO       £6.00 prog
PROG528 Derngate Centre, Northampton The Magic of D'Oyly Carte 1984 28 July. The Magic of D'Oyly Carte, Derngate Centre, Northampton       £4.00 prog
PROG674 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS PP Jan 1985 (producer Betti Lloyd-Jones)       £1.00 prog
PROG529 Fairfield Halls, Croydon The Magic of DC 1985 Jan 19 The Magic of DC cond. A. Faris. Fairfield Croydon       £4.00 prog
PROG530 Queen Elizabeth Hall THE GOLDEN LEGEND 1985 Queen Elizabeth Hall Sunday 24 Feb. 7.45pm THE GOLDEN LEGEND Soloists: Una Barry, soprano; Morag Nicholson, contralto; Wynford Evans, tenor; John Noble, bass. Chorus of the Chelsea Harmonic Socie ...
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      £2.00 prog
PROG1171 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society TJ/ PP March 1985       £1.00 prog
PROG531 Royal Festival Hall MIKADO CENTENARY CONCERT 1985 Royal Festival Hall 16 March. BBC Radio 2/ Raymond Gubbay MIKADO CENTENARY CONCERT       £5.00 prog
PROG1366 York Theatre Royal THE GONDOLIERS Opera North Spring Season 30 March 1985       £10.00 prog
PROG532 Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal THE GONDOLIERS 1985 Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal THE GONDOLIERS 15 May - 8 June (with Simon Butteriss as Luiz and Jill Pert as the Duchess)       £5.00 prog
PROG1184 Grand Theatre, Blackpool PERCHANCE TO DREAM starring Simon Ward Monday 28th Oct. for One Week 1985 PERCHANCE TO DREAM starring Simon Ward       £5.00 prog
PROG534 The Barbican 1985 BARBICAN CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL 1985 BARBICAN CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL brochure pp80: Raymond Gubbay presents The Magic of D'Oyly Carte : THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Mon. 30 Dec.) Cast: Donkin, Shovelton, Sandford, Rayner, Tierney, Leonard, ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG541 London Coliseum THE MIKADO ENO 1986/87 ENO SEASON: THE MIKADO pp52 + outer wraps (many articles and illustrations)       £10.00 prog
PROG535 Leeds Grand Theatre THE MIKADO Opera North 1986 THE MIKADO. First Performance by Opera North, Leeds Grand Theatre, 17 January. pp33 brochure (21 x 20cms) well illustrated (in association with Sadler's Wells Opera)       £10.00 prog
PROG675 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS UL Feb 1986 (producer Betti Lloyd-Jones)       £1.00 prog
PROG536 Opera House, Manchester H.M.S. PINAFORE (Noel Pearson's Dublin Gaiety Theatre production) 1986 Opera House, Manchester 6 Feb - 12 April H.M.S. PINAFORE (Noel Pearson's Dublin Gaiety Theatre production) (A4 brochure) (ticket stub 19 March + flyer + 9 press cuttings)       £15.00 prog
PROG1172 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society YG March 1986       £1.00 prog
PROG537 Manchester Camerata Productions and Martini & Rossi Ltd. present a GILBERT & SULLIVAN EVENING 1986 27 April. Camerata Productions and Martini & Rossi Ltd. present a GILBERT & SULLIVAN EVENING. Manchester Camerata/ Ronald Frost Singers cond. Brian Wright. Programme: Sullivan Yeomen Overture/ Co ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG539 Barbican Centre The London Savoyards in H.M.S. PINAFORE 1986 Wed. 27 to Sat. 30 Aug. Barbican Centre. The London Savoyards in H.M.S. PINAFORE (with John Reed) (with period illustrations)       £5.00 prog
PROG540 Liverpool Empire Liverpool Empire Scottish Opera IOLANTHE 1986 Liverpool Empire Scottish Opera IOLANTHE Wed 5 and Thur 6 Nov (ticket stub 6 Nov + Scottish Opera season flyer + 9 press cuttings + cast list leaflet)       £6.00 prog
PROG676 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS RG Jan 1987 (Souvenir Programme) (producer Betti Lloyd-Jones)       £1.00 prog
PROG549 The Bijou Theatre, Paignton Torbay Civic Society: card leaflet to commemorate The Bijou Theatre, Paignton 1987. Torbay Civic Society: card leaflet to commemorate The Bijou Theatre, Paignton (with facsimile of poster and plaque)       £5.00 prog
PROG542 Sadler's Wells Theatre 1987 NEW SADLER'S WELLS OPERA : RUDDIGORE A New Production: Feb. 19 - March 12 Sadler's Wells Theatre       £10.00 prog
PROG1173 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society IO March 1987       £1.00 prog
PROG543 Theatre Royal, Brighton 1987 NEW SADLER'S WELLS OPERA : RUDDIGORE A New Production: April 6-11 Theatre Royal, Brighton       £4.00 prog
PROG544 Palace Theatre, Manchester 1987 NEW SADLER'S WELLS OPERA : RUDDIGORE A New Production: 1987 April 21 - 25 Palace Theatre, Manchester       £6.00 prog
PROG546 Mill at the Pier. Wigan A GALA EVENING OF G&S A GALA EVENING OF G&S at the Mill at the Pier. Wigan G&S Society 5th and 6th Sept. 1987 with Kenneth Sandford (autographed alongside photo.), Patricia Leonard, Geoffrey Shovelton and Alistair Donkin ( ...
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      £8.00 autographed prog
PROG547 Palace Theatre, Manchester THE LONDON SAVOYARDS in PINAFORE 1987 Palace Theatre, Man. Sunday 11 October. THE LONDON SAVOYARDS in PINAFORE with John Reed, Ian Caddy etc.       £5.00 prog
PROG548 Charter House, Preston A LIFE OF G&S 1987 Charter House, Preston 15 Oct. A LIFE OF G&S. Gareth Jones, Meston Reid etc.       £5.00 prog
PROG545 Concert Artistes' Association A DISAGREEABLE MAN? 1987 HERE'S A HOW-DE-DO Charles Pemberton's one-man show (First Performance 17 Nov. Concert Artistes' Association, London) which became A DISAGREEABLE MAN? The Story of W.S.Gilbert (and A.S.Sullivan). ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG550 DC OC re-launch 1988 DC OC re-launch: Full-colour DC OC re-launch 3-fold brochure (17.5 x 26.5 cms when folded)       £10.00 prog
PROG551 DC OC re-launch 1988 DC OC re-launch: creased       £3.00 prog
PROG552 DC OC re-launch 1988 DC OC re-launch: The Friends of D'Oyly Carte application form (full colour) 3-fold (21 x 13.5 cms when folded)       £2.00 prog
PROG555 The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Co (FIRST SEASON) 1988 The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Co (FIRST SEASON). IOLANTHE/YEOMEN : Opening Night: centre pages colour production photos       £15.00 prog
PROG556 The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Co (FIRST SEASON) 1988 The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Co (FIRST SEASON). IOLANTHE/YEOMEN : centre pages b&w rehearsal photos       £10.00 prog
PROG557 The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Co (FIRST SEASON) 1988 The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Co (FIRST SEASON). IOLANTHE/YEOMEN : centre pages b&w rehearsal photos + The Friends of D'Oyly Carte application form (full colour) 3-fold (21 x 13.5 cms when folded) + 41 press cuttings       £25.00 prog
PROG559 Crosby G&S AOS 1988 THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD . Crosby G&S AOS 1988 amateur programme for THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD . Crosby G&S AOS. Cast includes GEOFFREY SHOVELTON who has full-page biography and photograph (year: 1988, but otherwise undated) pp12       £1.00 prog
PROG677 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS YG Jan 21 1988 (producer Betti Lloyd-Jones) with Geoffrey Shovelton (+ press cuttings), Neptune Theatre, Liverpool       £1.00 prog
PROG560 HE LONDON SAVOYARDS in PIRATES (general touring programme) THE LONDON SAVOYARDS in PIRATES (general touring programme) 1988 Feb. - March. Chichester, Barbican and Palace Th. Man. THE LONDON SAVOYARDS in PIRATES (general touring programme)       £4.00 prog
PROG553 DC OC re-launch 1988 DC OC re-launch: NEWS FROM DC OC `Loudly Let the Trumpet Bray' pp24 A4 typescript (1 March)       £5.00 prog
PROG1142 Amateur Programmes Rock Ferry AOS Rock Ferry AOS PF and Pineapple Poll March 1988 Floral Pavilion, New Brighton, Wirral, Liverpool       £1.00 prog
PROG1174 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society MK March 1988       £1.00 prog
PROG1148 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society PF/ TJ April 1988       £1.00 prog
PROG558 The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Co (FIRST SEASON) 1988 The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Co (FIRST SEASON). IOLANTHE/YEOMEN : centre pages b&w production photos       £10.00 prog
PROG1409 Theatre Royal, Nottingham THE NEW D'OYLY CARTE OPERA COMPANY 1988 28 May IOLANTHE and THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 28 May 1988 A5 Procenium Publication     £5.00 prog
PROG563 The New DC : IOLANTHE/ YEOMEN The New DC : IOLANTHE/ YEOMEN 1988 Palace Th. Man 27 June - 9 July. The New DC : IO/ YG : Casts include Gareth Jones, Gillian Knight, Jill Pert, Vivian Tierney. With 12 Press articles (some of which are photocopies) and publicity ...
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      £20.00 prog
PROG562 The New DC : IOLANTHE/ YEOMEN The New DC : IOLANTHE/ YEOMEN 1988 Palace Th. Man 27 June - 9 July. The New DC : IO/ YG : Cast changes written in       £10.00 prog
PROG564 Palace Theatre, Manchester The New DC : IOLANTHE/ YEOMEN 1988 Palace Th. Man 27 June - 9 July. The New DC : IO/ YG : with flyer x 3 + ticket stubs x 2 for 29 June and 7 July + indisposition slip for part of Iolanthe now played by Pauline Birchall x 3       £10.00 prog
PROG678 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS YG Oct 1988 Centenary Production (producer Betti Lloyd-Jones) Crossby Civic Hall 3 Oct.with Geoffrey Shovelton       £1.00 prog
PROG1145 Amateur Programmes Deeside G&S AOS Deeside G&S AOS: UTOPIAN LIMITED Floral Pavilion, New Brighton Oct. 1988       £1.00 prog
PROG565 Birmingham Hippodrome LA BELLE HELENE and THE GONDOLIERS New Sadler's Wells Opera 1988 Birmingham Hippodrome 15-19 Nov. New Sadler's Wells Opera LA BELLE HELENE and THE GONDOLIERS. John Ayldon as Don Alhambra       £5.00 prog
PROG566 Theatre Royal, Nottingham THE GONDOLIERS and LA BELLE HELENE. SADLER'S WELLS OPERA 1988 Theatre Royal, Nottingham 5 - 12 Dec. SADLER'S WELLS OPERA in THE GONDOLIERS and LA BELLE HELENE       £5.00 prog
PROG679 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS PC Jan 1989       £1.00 prog
PROG578 The Pierpont Morgan Library 1989 Gilbert & Sullivan: A WINDOW ON THE VICTORIAN WORLD. The Pierpont Morgan Library: Nov 16 1989 - Feb 18 1990. 3-fold illustrated card leaflet       £5.00 prog
PROG567 Liverpool Empire New D'Oyly Carte Tour PIRATES/MIKADO 1989 March. D'Oyly Carte Tour PIRATES/MIKADO Liverpool Empire with articles by Robin Wilson, Ian Bradley and Arthur Jacobs       (a)£6.00 prog
PROG1175 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society SO March 1989       £1.00 prog
PROG568 Liverpool Empire 1989 New D'Oyly Carte Tour PIRATES/MIKADO Liverpool Empire + Savoy flyer + 23 press cuttings (+ ticket stub 23 March)       (b)£20.00 prog
PROG1159 Amateur Programmes Wigan G&S Society MK April 1989       £1.00 prog
PROG569 Theatre Royal, Norwich New DC OC PIRATES, MIKADO 1989 Theatre Royal, Norwich Commencing 24th April The New DC OC PP/MK (cover stained)       £3.00 prog
PROG571 Palace Theatre, Manchester The New DC: PIRATES/MIKADO 1989 Palace Theatre, Man 10 - 15 July. The New DC: PIRATES/MIKADO covers sl. worn (front cover : label marks)       £5.00 prog
PROG570 Palace Theatre, Manchester The New DC: PIRATES/MIKADO 1989 Palace Theatre, Man 10 - 15 July. The New DC: PIRATES/MIKADO, VG (a) VG     £10.00 prog
PROG572 avilion Theatre, Cromer. GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL 1989 Pavilion Theatre, Cromer. Sunday 23rd July. GILBERT & SULLIVAN FOR ALL with Thomas Round and Donald Adams (with ticket stubs)       £3.00 prog
PROG573 Grange Arts Centre, Oldham AN EVENING OF G&S 1989. 14 Oct. Grange Arts Centre, Oldham. AN EVENING OF G&S with Meston Reid, Anne Stuart etc       £2.00 prog
PROG574 Liverpool Empire THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE with Paul Nicholas. OFFICIAL SOUVENIR BROCHURE 1989 Liverpool Empire THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE with Paul Nicholas. OFFICIAL SOUVENIR BROCHURE (ticket stub 13 Nov x 2 ) + Programme and flyer (+ 6 press cuttings)       £15.00 prog
PROG577 The Pierpont Morgan Library 1989 Gilbert & Sullivan: A WINDOW ON THE VICTORIAN WORLD. The Pierpont Morgan Library 1989 A SYMPOSIUM : Sponsored by The Pierpont Morgan Library and The Victorian Society in America: November 16 and 17: 6-fold b&w illustrated registration leaflet       £5.00 prog
PROG575   THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE : The Official Souvenir Brochure THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE : The Official Souvenir Brochure : Paul Nicholas as The Pirate King and Bonnie Langford as Mabel (Papp production) (articles by Graeme Cruickshank 29 Aug. 1989) : black and whi ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG680 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS IO Jan 1990       £1.00 prog
PROG1176 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society GN March 1990       £1.00 prog
PROG1160 Amateur Programmes Wigan G&S Society PF March 1990       £1.00 prog
PROG694 Amateur Programmes The Ormskirk AO & DS PP May 1990       £1.00 prog
PROG579 Palace Theatre, Manchester DC OC : PINAFORE, THE MIKADO, TRIAL, PIRATES 1990 Palace Theatre, Manchester DC OC 4-9 June : PP; MK; PF& TJ (with flyer, ticket stubs 6 June and 9 June x 2 + 4 press cuttings)       £10.00 prog
PROG28 Savoy Theatre FACSIMILE SECTION (colour photocopy) : 1890 Savoy Theatre THE GONDOLIERS : green single-fold, print run 750 dated 13/9/90       £6.00 facsimile prog
PROG1177 Amateur Programmes The St. Helens Catholic Amateur G&S Society PF Oct 1990       £1.00 prog
PROG580 Trinity Methodist Church, Congleton AN EVENING OF G&S 1990 Trinity Methodist Church, Congleton. 24 Nov. AN EVENING OF G&S former DC       £3.00 prog
PROG681 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS TJ/ PF Jan 1991       £1.00 prog
PROG1185 Grand Theatre, Blackpool Season Brochure 1991 at the Blackpool Grand Theatre (A4) (Feb - June)         £4.00 prog
PROG581 The Opera House, Manchester 1991 The Opera House, Man. 25 Feb - 6 April. Joseph Papp THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1991 The Opera House, Man. 25 Feb - 6 April. Joseph Papp THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE with Paul Nicholas. A4 , coloured cover, rest b&w pp32       £10.00 prog
PROG582 Royal Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool AN EVENING OF THE BEST OF G&S 1991 Royal Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool 28 April. AN EVENING OF THE BEST OF G&S former DC       £3.00 prog
PROG1149 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society PC May 1991       £1.00 prog
PROG583 Palace Th. Man 1991 Palace Theatre Manchester 17 - 22 June. DC OC THE GONDOLIERS/ IOLANTHE
(a) (with ticket stub 6 June) and flyer + 2 press cuttings@ £8.00
(b) programme only @ £4.00
      (a)£8.00
(b)£4.00
prog
PROG584 Birmingham DC OC Birmingham : THE GONDOLIERS, IOLANTHE Spring Tour Brochure (13 venues) + Palace Theatre, Manchester flyer + 6 press cuttings       £15.00 prog
PROG585 Birmingham 1992 DC OC Birmingham MK/YG Anniversary Tour 1992 DC OC Birmingham MK/YG Anniversary Tour (Sir Arthur Sullivan's 150th Anniversary of his birth) (20 dates) A4 glossy plain red cover + pp18 (colour and b&w)       £15.00 prog
PROG1186 Grand Theatre, Blackpool Season brochore 1991/92 at the Blackpool Grand Theatre (A4) (Oct. - April)         £4.00 prog
PROG1187 Grand Theatre, Blackpool Season brochure 1992/93 at the Blackpool Grand Theatre agenda (A4) (Oct. - March)         £4.00 prog
PROG588 Daneside Theatre, Congleton AN EVENING OF G&S former DC 1992 Daneside Theatre, Congleton 22 March. AN EVENING OF G&S former DC       £2.00 prog
PROG1150 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society PP Guild Year April/May 1992       £1.00 prog
PROG587 Birmingham 1992 DC OC Birmingham MK/YG Anniversary Tour Brochure : tickets stubs for performances at The Grand Theatre, Blackpool 10 and 20 June + flyer + 16 press cuttings       £20.00 prog
PROG586 Birmingham 1992 DC OC Birmingham MK/YG Anniversary Tour Another copy with 2-fold colour leaflet overprinted for IPSWICH REGENT 13-17 Oct. 1992       £18.00 prog
PROG590 Opera House, Manchester 1992 DC OC Opera House, Manchester 26 -31 Oct. MK/ YG 1992 DC OC Opera House, Manchester 26 -31 Oct. MK/ YG (b) programme only     £6.00 prog
PROG589 Opera House, Manchester 1992 DC OC Opera House, Manchester 26 -31 Oct. MK/ YG 1992 DC OC Opera House, Manchester 26 -31 Oct. MK/ YG (+ ticket stub 28 Oct + flyer x 2 + 2 press cuttings)       £10.00 prog
PROG591 DC OC TOUR: ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD/ PIRATES 1993 DC OC TOUR: ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD/ PIRATES 1993 DC OC TOUR: ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD/ PIRATES: 26 venues including Wolverhampton (A4 all-colour brochure)       £10.00 prog
PROG1151 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society IO April/May 1993       £1.00 prog
PROG593 Manchester Free Trade Hall 1993 June 6th. TOGETHER AGAIN. A Gilbert & Sullivan Night to Remember presented by Richard Swerrun & David Steadman. Former D'Oyly Carte Stars. Manchester Free Trade Hall : non-autographed programme       £6.00 prog
PROG682 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS UL Centenary Concert Crosby Civic Hall 7 Oct 1993       £1.00 prog
PROG594 DC OC TOUR: ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD/ PIRATES 1993 DC OC TOUR: ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD/ PIRATES 1993 DC OC TOUR: ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD/ PIRATES: 26 venues including Wolverhampton (A4 all-colour brochure) (+ flyer x 2 Blackpool Grand Theatre @ ticket stubs 17/18 Nov + 20 press cuttings)       £15.00 prog
PROG595 1994/5 DC OC TOUR 1994/5 DC OC TOUR 1994/5 DC OC TOUR (12 venues : Birmingham, Darlington, Norwich, Hull, Edinburgh, High Wycombe, Sheffield, Nottingham, Leeds, Plymouth, Wolverhampton, Llandudno): DIE FLEDERMAUS/ H.M.S.PINAFORE (full c ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG683 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS SO Jan 1994       £1.00 prog
PROG1152 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society Ruby Year leaflet 1994       £1.00 prog
PROG1188 Grand Theatre, Blackpool Season brochure 1894-1994 Centenary Year 1993/94 at the Blackpool Grand Theatre (A4) (Oct - March)         £4.00 prog
PROG1161 Amateur Programmes Wigan G&S Society PI March 1994       £1.00 prog
PROG1155 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society Three Towns OS MK May 1994       £1.00 prog
PROG1157 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society Friends in Unison : RG Aughton Village Hall June 1994 (Ormskirk, Lancs)       £1.00 prog
PROG597 Gawsworth Summer Opera THE MIKADO Gawsworth Summer Opera 1994 Gawsworth Summer Opera with the Phoenix Concert Orchestra THE MIKADO Gawsworth Hall 6 - 26 July. Cast includes Ayldon, Shovelton, Berger, Leonard       £6.00 prog
PROG599 Birmingham 1995 DC OC BIRMINGHAM 1995 LA VIE PARISIENNE/ THE MIKADO : TOUR (9 venues) 1995 DC OC TOUR (9 venues) (in association with Classic fm)       £10.00 prog
PROG596 1995 DC OC TOUR DC OC : DIE FLEDERMAUS/ H.M.S.PINAFORE DIE FLEDERMAUS/ H.M.S.PINAFORE (full colour) 1995 Tour (11 venues: Buxton, Southampton, London, Belfast, Woking, Canterbury, Brighton, Newcastle, Blackpool, Crawley, Birmingham) (with minor cast chang ...
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      £10.00 prog
PROG1153 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society: GN April 1995       £1.00 prog
PROG1156 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society Three Towns OS PF May 1995       £1.00 prog
PROG600 Free Trade Hall, Manchester 1995 HALLE PROMS FESTIVAL 1995 HALLE PROMS FESTIVAL Free Trade Hall, Manchester: Sat. 24 June GILBERT & SULLIVAN NIGHT. Excerpts from RUDDIGORE, YEOMEN & GONDOLIERS       £5.00 prog
PROG601 Tameside Hippodrome THE NEW SAVOYARDS OF LONDON 1995 Tameside Hippodrome 24 June. THE NEW SAVOYARDS OF LONDON. Fully costumed G&S Excerpts       £3.00 prog
PROG695 Amateur Programmes The Ormskirk AO & DS Opera d'Piccola : TJ St. George's Hall, Liverpool Aug. 1995       £1.00 prog
PROG598 Birmingham DC OC BIRMINGHAM 1995 LA VIE PARISIENNE/ THE MIKADO DC OC BIRMINGHAM 1995 LA VIE PARISIENNE/ THE MIKADO (with Alexandra Theatre Birmingham ticket 21 September 1995) pp20 + laminated wraps (A4) (full colour)       £10.00 prog
PROG602 The Guild Hall, Preston G&S SPECTACULAR 1995 10 Nov. The Guild Hall, Preston. G&S SPECTACULAR. Former DC cond. D.Steadman. Biogs with photos (A4 format with fine drawing of G&S on cover by Mike Haken 1995)       £10.00 prog
PROG684 Amateur Programmes Crosby G&S AOS PP Jan 1996       £1.00 prog
PROG603 Oxford Town Hall THE GRAND DUKE (Sir Arthur Sullivan Society) 1996 Oxford Town Hall 29 June. THE GRAND DUKE (Sir Arthur Sullivan Society) John Ayldon, Gillian Knight etc. cond. D. Steadman       £8.00 prog
PROG604 Sheffield Park Gardens, Sussex ISABEL JAY (a tribute) `A Summer's Day in the Sussex Countryside' at Oak Hall Manor, 1996 28 July ISABEL JAY (a tribute) `A Summer's Day in the Sussex Countryside' at Oak Hall Manor, Sheffield Park Gardens, Sussex       £3.00 prog
PROG605 Opera House, Buxton 1996 INTERNATIONAL GILBERT & SULLIVAN Festival 1996 SOUVENIR PROGRAMME : INTERNATIONAL GILBERT & SULLIVAN Festival. The Opera House, Buxton, England (3rd Festival)       £6.00 prog
PROG606 Stage One Theatre Company National Tour: SHERLOCK HOLMES Stage One Theatre Company National Tour: SHERLOCK HOLMES The Adventure at Sir Arthur Sullivan's by Tim Heath 1996 Sept. - Nov. Stage One Theatre Company National Tour: SHERLOCK HOLMES The Adventure at Sir Arthur Sullivan's by Tim Heath (includes article on AS at Weybridge. A5 pp20 (signed by the author) (Pla ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG607 Key Theatre, Peterborough IOLANTHE (amateur) 1996 Key Theatre, Peterborough. 30 Sept - 5 Oct. Peterborough G&S Players (amateur) IOLANTHE. Exemplary A5 glossy pp62 brochure. Contains many facsimiles from original material + a photo of DC OC prod ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG1189 Grand Theatre, Blackpool Season Brochure March - July 1997         £3.00 prog
PROG608 Tameside Hippodrome THE NEW SAVOYARDS OF LONDON 1997 Tameside Hippodrome 5 July. THE NEW SAVOYARDS OF LONDON. Fully costumed G&S Excerpts       £2.00 prog
PROG609 Opera House, Buxton 1997 THE G&S OPERA COMPANY : THE MIKADO 1997 Buxton Opera House, August : 2 & 9 Aug. THE G&S OPERA COMPANY: MK       £5.00 prog
PROG610 Opera House, Buxton 1997 : THE ROSEDALE G&S SOCIETY 1997 Buxton Opera House, August : 12 Aug. THE ROSEDALE G&S SOCIETY: PF       £5.00 prog
PROG611 Opera House, Buxton 1997 MR GILBERT and MR SULLIVAN Compiled and Directed by Richard Baker 1997 Buxton Opera House, August : 14 Aug. MR GILBERT and MR SULLIVAN Compiled and Directed by Richard Baker. WSG Jerry Jarratt/ AS Richard Bake       £5.00 prog
PROG612 Opera House, Buxton 1997 THE G&S OPERA COMPANY: COX & BOX/ PINAFORE 1997 Buxton Opera House, August : 16 Aug. THE G&S OPERA COMPANY: COX & BOX/ PINAFORE       £5.00 prog
PROG614 Theatre Royal, Nottingham Brochure August 1997 - January 1 1998 Nottingham Royal Centre. Theatre Royal : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company entry Mon. 27 Oct. - Sat. 1 Nov. : IOLANTHE (colour photo) and THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG (Lehar) Brochure August 1997 - January 1 1998 Nottingham Royal Centre. Theatre Royal : D'Oyly Carte Opera Company entry Mon. 27 Oct. - Sat. 1 Nov. : IOLANTHE (colour photo) and THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG (Lehar)       £3.00 prog
PROG613 Charter Theatre, Preston THE GHOSTS OF RUDDIGORE Opera Della Luna 1997 November Opera Della Luna : THE GHOSTS OF RUDDIGORE (+ ticket stubs x 2 for Charter Theatre, Preston + flyer x 3 + 2 press cuttings)       £6.00 prog
PROG1158 Amateur Programmes Wigan G&S Society SO March 1988       £1.00 prog
PROG615 Victoria Theatre, Halifax GILBERT & SULLIVAN at the PROMS Sunday 21 June 1998, Victoria Theatre, Halifax 1998 Halifax Choral Society. Conductor: John Pryce-Jones. GILBERT & SULLIVAN at the PROMS Sunday 21 June 1998, Victoria Theatre, Halifax. Book of Words (not G&S) pp22. Soloists: Gail Pearson, Carole W ...
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      £4.00 prog
PROG616 Queen's Theatre DC OC : THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 1998 - 1999 Dec. 18 - Jan 9. THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. D'Oyly Carte at the Queen's Theatre, London . Glossy souvenir brochure       £8.00 prog
PROG617 Grand Theatre, Blackpool THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE with Paul Nicholas as the Pirate King 1999. THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE with Paul Nicholas as the Pirate King (a) Full Colour glossy SOUVENIR BROCHURE for 1998/99 National Tour (b) A5 flier Grand Theatre, Blackpool (1 - 6 Feb 1999) (c) Ticket ...
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      (a) £5.00 (b) £1.00 (c) 0.50p prog
PROG618 Opera House, Manchester Paul Nicholas in PIRATES (Papp production) 1999 Opera House, Man. 8 - 13 Feb. Paul Nicholas in PIRATES (Papp production)       £6.00 prog
PROG619 Norwich Theatre Royal CARL ROSA OPERA in THE MIKADO & DIE FLEDERMAUS 1999 Norwich Theatre Royal 12 - 17 April. CARL ROSA OPERA in THE MIKADO & DIE FLEDERMAUS       £6.00 prog
PROG620 The Banfield Theatre, Exeter THE EMERALD ISLE (Amateur Concert Production with Full Orchestra) 1999. THE EMERALD ISLE (Amateur Concert Production with Full Orchestra) by Basil Hood, Arthur Sullivan and Edward German. St. David's Players, Exeter. The Banfield Theatre, Exeter 30th April - 2nd May ...
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      £2.00 prog
PROG621 Liverpool Empire THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE with Paul Nicholas 1999 Liverpool Empire. THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE with Paul Nicholas as the Pirate King. Full Colour glossy SOUVENIR BROCHURE for 1998/99 National Tour + programme + ticket stubs x 2 10 May + flyer + 4 p ...
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      £15.00 prog
PROG1141 Amateur Programmes Seattle G&S Society THE GRAND DUKE July 1999         £1.00 prog
PROG622 Opera House, Buxton THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERA COMPANY at the Buxton Opera House (a) 1999 July - August. THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERA COMPANY at the Buxton Opera House. 6th International G&S Festival. Glossy brochure pp32. (b) glossy SOUVENIR PROGRAMME       £6.00 each prog
PROG700 Amateur Programmes University of Liverpool G&S Society Liverpool City Opera : TJ July/Aug. 1999 in the Courtroom of St. George's Hall, Liverpool       £1.00 prog
PROG623 Sheringham Little Theatre, Norfolk GLORIOUS DAYS 1999 August 22. Sheringham Little Theatre, Norfolk. Bridge Theatre Presents former members of The D'Oyly Carte Company in GLORIOUS DAYS a celebration of G&S with John Ayldon, Patricia Leonard, David F ...
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      £3.00 prog
PROG624 The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester THE MAGIC OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN 2000 January 2 at 3.00 pm. THE MAGIC OF GILBERT & SULLIVAN. The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. Raymond Gubbay presents CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL '99. A4 pp60 glossy brochure (G&S section pp46-51) + ticket stu ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG625 Savoy Theatre H.M.S.PINAFORE 2000 DC OC at The Savoy 23 Feb - 21 April (extended from 1st April) H.M.S.PINAFORE Glossy A4 brochure: signed by entire company (on glossy paper against dark backgrounds) (32 autographs)     £50.00 prog
PROG626 Savoy Theatre H.M.S.PINAFORE 2000 DC OC at The Savoy 23 Feb - 21 April (extended from 1st April) H.M.S.PINAFORE Flyer 23 Feb - 1 April     £1.00 prog
PROG627 Savoy Theatre H.M.S.PINAFORE 2000 DC OC at The Savoy 23 Feb - 21 April (extended from 1st April) H.M.S.PINAFORE ticket stub: Thu 16.03.00 15.00 hrs matinee     £1.00 prog
PROG628 Savoy Theatre H.M.S.PINAFORE 2000 DC OC at The Savoy 23 Feb - 21 April (extended from 1st April) H.M.S.PINAFORE Facsimile of original programme     £4.00 prog
PROG629 Savoy Theatre H.M.S.PINAFORE 2000 DC OC at The Savoy 23 Feb - 21 April (extended from 1st April) H.M.S.PINAFORE Raymond Gubbay promotional letters x 2 (one illustrated)     £1.00 prog
PROG630 Aberystwyth Arts Centre THE GOLDEN LEGEND 2000 Aberystwyth Arts Centre 4 March. THE GOLDEN LEGEND by Arthur Sullivan. University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Choral Union and Orchestra cond. David Russell Hulme. Programme notes in English and Welsh ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG631 Charter Theatre, Preston Carl Rosa Opera THE MIKADO
DIE FLEDERMAUS
2000 Charter Theatre, Preston 30 May - 3 June. Carl Rosa Opera : THE MIKADO
DIE FLEDERMAUS (ticket stubs x 2 1 June + flyer + press review)
      £6.00 prog
PROG632 The Little Theatre, Sheringham, Norfolk THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD (amateur) 2000 June 14 - 17 Sheringham Savoyards (amateur) present Their 21st Anniversay Production of THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at The Little Theatre, Sheringham, Norfolk       £1.00 prog
PROG633 GILBERT & SULLIVAN GALA 2000 GILBERT & SULLIVAN GALA 2000 GILBERT & SULLIVAN GALA 2000 June 25th. To include excerpts from every Savoy Opera. The Gala is being organised to raise funds for The Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. As part of the C ...
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      £3.00 prog
PROG640 Theatre Royal, Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich WHAT'S ON AUG 2000 - Feb 2001 p17 Carl Rosa IOLANTHE colour photo. A5 booklet (pp48) WHAT'S ON AUG 2000 - Feb 2001 p17 Carl Rosa IOLANTHE colour photo. A5 booklet (pp48) WHAT'S ON AUG 2000 - Feb 2001 p17 Carl Rosa IOLANTHE colour photo. A5 booklet (pp48)     £1.00 prog
PROG701 Amateur Programmes University of Liverpool G&S Society Opera Times Late Edition TJ Aug 2000       £1.00 prog
PROG634 Sheringham Little Theatre, Norfolk RECKLESS DELIGHT with David Steadman, John Ayldon, Patricia Leonard, Yvonne Patrick and David Fieldsend 2000 Sunday 20 August. A G&S Concert by present and former members of DC OC presented by Bridge Theatre at Sheringham Little Theatre, Norfolk called RECKLESS DELIGHT with David Steadman, John Ayldon, ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG635 Savoy Theatre 2000 Savoy Theatre DC OC THE MIKADO 2000 Savoy Theatre DC OC THE MIKADO (First performance at the Savoy Theatre, Friday 15th September 2000) A4 colour brochure pp16 + outer wraps       £8.00 prog
PROG636 Theatre Royal, Norwich IOLANTHE/THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 2000 Theatre Royal, Norwich. 18 - 23 Sept. Carl Rosa Opera IO/ YG : A4 Programme     £5.00 prog
PROG638 Theatre Royal, Norwich IOLANTHE/THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 2000 Theatre Royal, Norwich. 18 - 23 Sept. Carl Rosa Opera IO/ YG : 2 Ticket stubs     £1.00 prog
PROG639 Theatre Royal, Norwich IOLANTHE/THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 2000 Theatre Royal, Norwich. 18 - 23 Sept. Carl Rosa Opera IO/ YG : A3 Poster     £6.00 prog
PROG637 Theatre Royal, Norwich IOLANTHE/THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD 2000 Theatre Royal, Norwich. 18 - 23 Sept. Carl Rosa Opera IO/ YG : A5 Flyer     £1.00 prog
PROG641 Royal Albert Hall SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN CENTENARY CONCERT 2000 1st November : Royal Albert Hall SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN CENTENARY CONCERT The very best of Gilbert & Sullivan (withA5 flyer) (A4 glossy brochure pp16)       £8.00 prog
PROG642 Alderley Edge School For Girls, Cheshire IN CELEBRATION OF SULLIVAN 2000 18 Nov. IN CELEBRATION OF SULLIVAN Alderley Edge School For Girls, CheshirE       £5.00 prog
PROG643 Savoy Theatre 2001 Savoy Theatre 7 June . DC OC THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE 2001 Savoy Theatre 7 June . DC OC THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE A4 glossy brochure programme       £10.00 prog
PROG644 Apollo Theatre GONDOLIERS. Apollo Theatre 2001 Aug. GONDOLIERS. Apollo Theatre (Bill Kenwright presents The Watermill Theatre production dir. John Doyle). Music adapted and arr. by Sarah Travis (article on G&S with photos.). Theatregoers Issu ...
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      £4.00 prog
PROG645 Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at the Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. British Youth Opera 2001 23rd - 26th August THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD at the Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. British Youth Opera (The UK's Opera Training Company) A5 colour flier with cast lists. ...
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      £1.00 prog
PROG646 Little Theatre, Sheringham, Norfolk HERE'S A HOW-DE-DO an evening of Gilbert and Sullivan with Gareth Jones, Patricia Leonard, Yvonne Patrick, Geoffrey Shovelton with David Gibson. 2001 Sunday 26 August : SHERINGHAM LITTLE THEATRE, Norfolk. Bridge Theatre presents HERE'S A HOW-DE-DO an evening of Gilbert and Sullivan with Gareth Jones, Patricia Leonard, Yvonne Patrick, Geoffrey ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG647 Theatre Royal, Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich CARL ROSA OPERA : The Pirates of Penzance 2001 Tue. 30th Oct. - Sat. 3 Nov. Theatre Royal, Norwich CARL ROSA OPERA : The Pirates of Penzance       £5.00 prog
PROG649 The Jose Quintero Theatre, 534 West 42nd Street, New York City   2001 Nov. 30 - Dec. 16. The Jose Quintero Theatre, 534 West 42nd Street, New York City. A GILBERT & SULLIVAN CHRISTMAS CAROL. The New Punctuation Army. Book and lyrics by Gayden Wren (inspired by WSG) ...
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Booking form     £2.00 prog
PROG648 The Jose Quintero Theatre, 534 West 42nd Street, New York City A GILBERT & SULLIVAN CHRISTMAS CAROL 2001 Nov. 30 - Dec. 16. The Jose Quintero Theatre, 534 West 42nd Street, New York City. A GILBERT & SULLIVAN CHRISTMAS CAROL. The New Punctuation Army. Book and lyrics by Gayden Wren (inspired by WSG) ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG650 Little Theatre, Sheringham, Norfolk WANDERING MINSTRELS, THEY an evening of Gilbert and Sullivan with John Ayldon, David Fieldsend, Patricia Leonard, Yvonne Patrick with David Steadman 2002 August 24 SHERINGHAM LITTLE THEATRE, Norfolk. Bridge Theatre presents WANDERING MINSTRELS, THEY an evening of Gilbert and Sullivan with John Ayldon, David Fieldsend, Patricia Leonard, Yvonne Patr ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG651 Malvern Theatre THE GONDOLIERS Carl Rosa Opera 2002 Carl Rosa Opera. Malvern Theatre. THE GONDOLIERS Monday 9th - Saturday 14 September       £4.00 prog
PROG655 Orange Tree Theatre ENGAGED Orange Tree Theatre 2002 November 27 - 2003 January 11. Orange Tree Theatre. ENGAGED (1877) by WSG. Directed by Tim Carroll. Designed by Sam Dowson : Poster (as promotional card) (rolled) (approx. 29.5 x 42 cms )     £2.00 prog
PROG656 Covent Garden THE HOUSE about THE HOUSE The Magazine of the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera. Volume iii NUMBER 2 WINTER 2002 ISSN 1471-9010: PUCCINI, BUTTERFLY AND THE CULT OF JAPAN. Patrick O'Connor explores the background ...
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      £4.00 prog
PROG657 Budleigh Salterton THE GRAND DUKE in the Public Hall, Budleigh Salterton (London college annual tour) 2003 5th August. Imperial College Operatic Society presents THE GRAND DUKE in the Public Hall, Budleigh Salterton (London college annual tour). Souvenir Programme (small coffee stain top left. A5 pp20 ...
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      £3.00 prog
PROG658 Auden Theatre, Holt, North Norfolk MORE RECKLESS DELIGHT 2003 Sunday, Aug. 24th : MORE RECKLESS DELIGHT Concert with former members of The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company : John Ayldon, Stephen Brown, Patricia Leonard, Yvonne Patrick and David Steadman in select ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG1154 Amateur Programmes Preston G&S Society Preston Musical Comedy Society : HOT MIKADO Nov. 2003       £1.00 prog
PROG654 Orange Tree Theatre ENGAGED Orange Tree Theatre 2002 November 27 - 2003 January 11. Orange Tree Theatre. ENGAGED (1877) by WSG. Directed by Tim Carroll. Designed by Sam Dowson : Promotional coloured upright card with contemporary line-drawing by Binns (approx. 10 x 21 cms)     £1.00 prog
PROG653 Orange Tree Theatre ENGAGED Orange Tree Theatre 2002 November 27 - 2003 January 11. Orange Tree Theatre. ENGAGED (1877) by WSG. Directed by Tim Carroll. Designed by Sam Dowson : Programme (colour/bw) Article by Kevin Chapple with many contemporary illustrations     £4.00 prog
PROG659 Cleveland Opera, State Theatre IOLANTHE Cleveland Opera, State Theatre 2003 December 5-7 Cleveland Opera, State Theatre IOLANTHE       £3.00 prog
PROG660 Liverpool Empire H.M.S. PINAFORE Carl Rosa Opera Company 2004 Liverpool Empire 27 - 31 Jan. Carl Rosa Opera Company : H.M.S. PINAFORE - Brochure and Programme (ticket stubs 28 Jan x 2 + 3 press cuttings)       £10.00 prog
PROG662 The Watermill Theatre PINAFORE Swing 2004. The Watermill Theatre (West Berkshire Playhouse) PINAFORE Swing 21 July - 11 Sept. adapted and directed by John Doyle. Musical arrangement and direction by Sarah Travis       £5.00 prog
PROG661 Auden Theatre, Holt, North Norfolk WOOING WORDS AND LOVING SONG 2004 Sunday, Aug. 22 : WOOING WORDS AND LOVING SONG Concert with former members of The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company : John Ayldon, Stephen Brown, Simon Butteriss, Patricia Leonard, Yvonne Patrick and Da ...
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      £6.00 prog
PROG663   The Carl Rosa Company present(s) a specially devised benefit performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's `Patience'. 2007 Sunday January 21st. The Carl Rosa Company present(s) a specially devised benefit performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's `Patience'. Normansfield Theatre, Teddington : Progamme : four single-sided A ...
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      £5.00 prog
PROG724 Normansfield Theatre, Teddington The Carl Rosa Company present(s) a specially devised benefit performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's `Patience'. Normansfield Theatre, Teddington 2007 Sunday January 21st. The Carl Rosa Company present(s) a specially devised benefit performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's `Patience'. Normansfield Theatre, Teddington : (b) Flyer (with illustration o ...
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      £2.00 prog
PROG1414 The Churchill Theatre, Bromley THE MIKADO Kentish Opera The Churchill Bromley 23rd - 26th April 2008 John Good colour programme pp36 (17 x 24.5 cms)     £3.00 prog
PROG726 Crush Room, Royal Opera House COX AND BOX Crush Room, Royal Opera House 2008 19 May. Crush Room, Royal Opera House : COX AND BOX or The Long Lost Brothers. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Libretto by F.C.Burnand. Based on the play Box and Cox by J.M.Morton. In celebration of th ...
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      £1.00 prog
PROG1283 Surrey Theatre MR. CHARLES MORTON'S Opera Bouffe Company with MISS EMILY SOLDENE. MADAME ANGOT! and TRIAL BY JURY (facsimile only) (1876) yellow 19 x 25 cms, single-fold : WHIT-MONDAY, and until further notice, MR. CHARLES MORTON'S Opera Bouffe Company with MISS EMILY SOLDENE. MADAME ANGOT! and TRIAL BY JURY (with Fred Sullivan), ...
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    £7.00 facsimile only prog
PROG1354   Three Choirs Worcester Music Festivals Three Choirs Worcester Music Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Worcester Festivals (part of the Three Choirs Trilogy, the world's oldest musical festival) for 1830, 1833, 1 ...
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      £100.00 prog
PROG1355   Three Choirs Festivals Worcester Three Choirs Festivals Worcester bound volume containing the programme books for the Worcester Festivals for 1842, 1845, 1848 & 1851. Modern blue cloth boards. Tipped in original posters       £100.00 prog
PROG1356   Three Choirs Festivals Worcester Three Choirs Festivals Worcester bound volume containing the programme books for the Worcester Festival for 1857. Modern blue cloth boards (staining on SECOND CONCERT)       £70.00 prog
PROG1357   Three Choirs Festivals Hereford Three Choirs Festivals Hereford bound volume containing the programme books for the Hereford Festival for 1858. Modern blue cloth boards       £70.00 prog
PROG1358   Three Choirs Festivals Gloucester Three Choirs Festivals Gloucester bound volume containing the programme books for the Gloucester Festival for 1859. Modern blue cloth boards       £70.00 prog
PROG1359   Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy for 1860 (Worcester), 1861 (Hereford) & 1862 (Gloucester) Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy for 1860 (Worcester), 1861 (Hereford) & 1862 (Gloucester). Modern blue cloth boards. In the Worcester o ...
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      £100.00 prog
PROG1360   Three Choirs Festivals Worcester Three Choirs Festivals Worcester bound volume containing the programme books for the Worcester Festival for 1863. Modern maroon cloth boards. @ £70.00       £70.00 prog
PROG1361   Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy 1863 (Worcester), 1864 (Hereford) & 1865 (Gloucester) Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy 1863 (Worcester), 1864 (Hereford) & 1865 (Gloucester). Modern blue cloth boards       £100.00 prog
PROG1363   Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy for 1872 (Worcester), 1873 (Hereford) & 1874 (Gloucester) Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy for 1872 (Worcester), 1873 (Hereford) & 1874 (Gloucester). Modern blue cloth boards. Elgar’s father is l ...
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      £100.00 prog
PROG1364   Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy for 1876 (Hereford) & 1877 (Gloucester) Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy for 1876 (Hereford) & 1877 (Gloucester). Modern blue cloth boards       £100.00 prog
PROG1365   Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy for 1878 (Worcester) 1879 (Hereford) & 1880 (Gloucester) Three Choirs Festivals bound volume containing the programme books for the Three Choirs Trilogy for 1878 (Worcester) 1879 (Hereford) & 1880 (Gloucester). Modern blue cloth boards. The orchestra for th ...
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      £200.00 prog
PROG1366   Crystal Palace Handel Festival 1859 bound volume containing the original programme books for the performances which were held in the week of June 20th 1859 Crystal Palace Handel Festival 1859 bound volume containing the original programme books for the performances which were held in the week of June 20th 1859. The programmes included: The Messiah, The D ...
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      £100.00 prog
PROG1370 SULLIVAN, Arthur TEMPEST! A concert to celebrate the 150th ANNIVERSARY of Sir Arthur Sullivan's incidental music to Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' Conductor : Robin Gordon-Powell; Cast : Simon Callow (narrator), Sally Silver, Charlotte Page, Elinor Jane Moran Sponsored by the Sir Arthur Sullivan Society at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London. A5 : decorative coloured wraps + pp16 (with flyer)     £5.00 prog
PROG1389 Vaudeville Theatre 1,197th Night of OUR BOYS written by Henry J. Byron 2 October 1878       £45.00 prog
PROG1423 VICTOR BORGE VICTOR BORGE 75th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Presentation : Tito Burns in association with Royal Life pp20 (coloour and b&w photographs) (A4 brochure)       £8.00 prog
PROG1432 SAVILLE THEATRE Saville Theatre, London. 6 Dec 1965 - 12 Feb. 1966. DC OC Season: IOLANTHE/ PATIENCE/ RUDDIGORE/ THE MIKADO/ THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD/ THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE/ H.M.S. PINAFORE/ TRIAL BY JURY/ COX & BOX ...
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THE GONDOLIERS Jan. - Feb. 1966       £10.00 prog
PROG1440 Savoy Theatre DC OC 1961-1962 THE MIKADO with photos.       £6.00 prog
PROG1447 King Edward VI School, Retford HADDON HALL GENERALLY G&S Centenary Performance. Tuesday, 20th October to Saturday, 24th October 1992. King Edward VI School, Retford.. Musical Director and Producer: Martin Yates A4 programme pp12 + card outer wraps     £6.00 prog
PROG NEW THEATRE, St. Martin's Lane. W.C   (b) ROMEO AND JULIET with Juliet Neilson (inscribed 30/9/1911)       (b)£25.00 prog
PROG422e (ROYAL) OPERA COMIQUE A REGULAR FIX (undated)/ TARES Play by Mrs Oscar Beringer (e) A REGULAR FIX (undated)/ TARES Play by Mrs Oscar Beringer. Condition good       (e)£40.00 prog
PROG427d ROYAL COURT THEATRE ALL FOR HER Drama by J. Palgrave Simpson & Herman Merivale. (d) ALL FOR HER Drama (undated: April 12th) by J. Palgrave Simpson & Herman Merivale. Condition good       (d)£40.00 prog
PROG427f ROYAL COURT THEATRE COMRADES Comedy by Brandon Thomas and B.C.Stephenson (f) COMRADES Comedy (undated: 16 Dec.) by Brandon Thomas and B.C.Stephenson. Condition fair       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG433i ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. LIBERTY HALL Comedy by R.C. Carton (i) LIBERTY HALL Comedy (undated) by R.C. Carton. Condition good (cover coloured)       (i)£40.00 prog
PROG430r ROYAL STRAND THEATRE LODGERS AND DODGERS! Farce/ THE POOR GENTLEMEN Comedy/ PYGMALION Burlesqe by William Brough (r) LODGERS AND DODGERS! Farce (undated)/ THE POOR GENTLEMEN Comedy/ PYGMALION Burlesqe by William Brough.Condition fair       (r)£35.00 prog
PROG411k HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE THE LAST OF THE DANDIES by Clyde Fitch (k) THE LAST OF THE DANDIES by Clyde Fitch/ THE MAN WHO HAS by F. Kinsey Peile (c.1903)       (k)£20.00 prog
PROG439j VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand WARNING TO BATCHELORS Comedietta by James Mortimer/ LONDON ASSURANCE Comedy by Boucicault/ CAMARALZAMAN Extravaganza by Henry J. Byron (j) WARNING TO BATCHELORS Comedietta (undated) by James Mortimer/ LONDON ASSURANCE Comedy by Boucicault/ CAMARALZAMAN Extravaganza by Henry J. Byron. Condition fair (lilac)       (j)£35.00 prog
PROG398a AVENUE THEATRE Northumberland Avenue, Charing Cross (a) DR. BILL Farcical Comedy (undated) adapted from the French of Albert Carre by Hamilton Aide. Cast: George Alexander, Albert Chevalier etc. : condition fair         (a)£35.00 prog
PROG394a (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (a) THE HUNCHBACK Play (1879) by Sheridan Knowles. Cast : Henry Neville, Hermann Vezin, Charles Harcourt, Miss Neilson: condition good         (a)£50.00 prog
PROG399a (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (a) THE MASCOTTE Opera Comique (Nov. 1881) (after Chivot and Duru). Music by Audan. Codition: worn and detached. Music from MADAME FAVART `The Novice' printed on one side         (a)£40.00 prog
PROG394b (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (b) FORBIDDEN FRUIT Comic Drama (1880) by Dion Boucicault. Cast : Taylor, Pateman etc.: condition fair         (b)£40.00 prog
PROG396b ALDWYCH THEATRE, Strand, W.C. (b) PYGMALION by Bernard Shaw with C. Aubrey-Smith and Mrs Patrick Campbell (n/d c.1914)         (b)£30.00 prog
PROG398b AVENUE THEATRE Northumberland Avenue, Charing Cross (b) THE HENRIETTA Comedy (undated) by Bronson Howard. Cast: W.H.Vernon, Yorke Stephens etc. : condition good (green landscape format)         (b)£40.00 prog
PROG399d (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (d) PRAWNS AND POMMERY Comedy (1884)/ NELL GWYNN Opera Comique. Music by Robert Planquette. Written by H.B. Farnie. Cover illustrated. Condition : cover detached ow fair         (d)£40.00 prog
PROG401d CRITERION (d) SOUVENIR OF DAVID GARRICK 1888 (coloured lithograph folded card) VG         (d)£100.00 prog
PROG397d ALHAMBRA THEATRE ROYAL (d) THE BRONZE HORSE Japanese spectacle (1881) written by Howard Paul founded on Scribe and Auber's opera. Cast: Harry Paulton, George Temple etc. : condition: top left clipped, ow fair         (d)£35.00 prog
PROG399f (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (f) A LAWSUIT Comedietta (undated) by Otto Waldau and Mostyn Tedde/ ERMINIE Comic Opera written by Claxson Bellamy and Harry Paulton. Music by Edward Jakobowski. Condition worn         (f)£35.00 prog
PROG394f (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (f) TAKEN FROM LIFE Drama (undated) by Henry Pettitt. Cast : Charles Warner: condition very good         (f)£50.00 prog
PROG397f ALHAMBRA THEATRE ROYAL (f) THE GOLDEN RING. Fairy Spectacular Opera (undated: early 1880's) writen by George R. Sims. Music by Frederic Clay. Cast: J.G.Taylor, F.Gaillard etc.: condition fair with small cigarette burn on fr ...
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        (f)£35.00 prog
PROG397g ALHAMBRA THEATRE ROYAL (g) BLACK-EYED SEE-USAN Burlesque (undated: probably mid 1880's) by F.C.Burnand. Original music by Alfred Lee. Cast: Arthur Roberts etc.: conditon fair (illustrated - similar to H.M.S. PINAFORE)         (g)£40.00 prog
PROG399g (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (g) MASTER AND MAN Farce (undated)/ THE BARRISTER Farce by George Manville Fenn and J.H. Darnley. Condition fair         (g)£40.00 prog
PROG394g (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (g) MICHAEL STROGOFF Drama (undated) by D'Ennery and Jules Verne. Cast : Charles Warner etc. : condition good         (g)£50.00 prog
PROG401h CRITERION (h) LONDON ASSURANCE Comedy (Thurs. 27th, 1890) by D.Boucicault. Cast: William Farren, Charles Wyndham etc. : condition good         (h)£40.00 prog
PROG399h (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (h) MARY'S HOLIDAY Farce (undated) by C.D. Marius/ BARBE BLEUE Opers-Bouffe by Offenbach. Translation by Charles Lamb Kenny. Condition good         (h)£40.00 prog
PROG394h (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (h) NINON Play (undated from Feb.7th) by W.C.Wills. Cast: with Henry Neville, F.H. Brooke etc.: condition good         (h)£50.00 prog
PROG397i ALHAMBRA THEATRE ROYAL (i) BEGGAR STUDENT Comic Opera with Music (c. mid 1880's) by Carl Millocker. English libretto by W.Beatty-Kingston. Cast: Maggie Rayson, Marion Hood etc. : condition fair         (i)£35.00 prog
PROG399i (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (i) LADY FORTUNE Play (undated) by Charles Thomas/ THE ARABIAN NIGHTS Comedy by Sydney Grundy (founded on the German of Von Moser). Condition good : spot blue         (i)£45.00 prog
PROG394i (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (i) NICHOLAS NICKLEBY (undated from May 8th) by Charles Dickens. Dramatised by Andrew Halliday. Cast: W.Terriss, James Fernandez etc. : condition fair         (i)£40.00 prog
PROG399j (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (j) BARBARA Play (undated) by Jerome K. Jerome/ UNCLES AND AUNTS Comedy by W.Lestocq and Walter Everard. Condition good : spot blue         (j)£40.00 prog
PROG394k (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (k) GREEN BUSHES Drama (undated from Oct. 14th) by J.B.Buckstone. Cast: Madame Celeste: damaged, torn and worn         (k)£20.00 prog
PROG399k (ROYAL) COMEDY THEATRE, Haymarket (k) THE STEPSISTER Comedy (undated) by W.Sapte, Jun./ THE RED LAMP Drama by W. Outram Tristram. Condition worn         (k)£30.00 prog
PROG394l (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (l) A WOMAN'S REVENGE Drama (undated) by Henry Pettitt. Cast: Charles Warner : coloured - condition fair         (l)£50.00 prog
PROG407m GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) (m) A FOOL'S PARADISE Play by Sydney Grundy (m) A FOOL'S PARADISE Play (undated) by Sydney Grundy with Kerr, Hare, Irving etc. : condition good       (m)£40.00 prog
PROG394n (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (n) HAMLET with H.B.Irving (n/d)         (n)£20.00 prog
PROG394o (ROYAL) ADELPHI THEATRE, 411 STRAND (o) THE TAMING OF THE SHREW with Oscar Asche (n/d)         (o)£20.00 prog
PROG401p CRITERION (p) WILD OATS Comedy (undated) by John O'Keefe. Cast: Charles Wyndham, David James etc. : condition good (spot colour blue)         (p)£40.00 prog
PROG401q CRITERION (q) STILL WATERS RUN DEEP Comedy (undated) by Tom Taylor. Cast: Charles Wyndham, Herbert Standing etc. : condition fair         (q)£40.00 prog
PROG401r CRITERION (r) THE MAN WITH 3 WIVES Farce (undated) by C.M.Rae (adapted from the French). Cast: George Giddens, Lytton Sothern etc. : condition good         (r)£40.00 prog
PROG401s CRITERION (s) LITTLE MISS MUFFET Comedy (undated) by James Albery (adapted from the French of A.Hennequin). Cast: H.Standing, H.Beerbohm Tree etc. : condition good         (s)£40.00 prog
PROG401t CRITERION (t) FOURTEEN DAYS Comedy (undated: Thurs. April 20th) by Henry J. Byron (from the French of MM. Gondinet and Bisson). Cast: Charles Wyndham, H.Standing etc. : condition good         (t)£40.00 prog
PROG401u CRITERION (u) FLATS (undated: Thurs. Sept. 8th) by G.R.Sims. Cast: W.J.Hill, H.Standing etc. : condition fair         (u)£35.00 prog
PROG401v CRITERION (v) WHERE'S THE CAT? Comedy (undated: Tues. Jan. 18th, 50th Night) by Jas. Albery (from the German of Herr Von Schonthan). Cast: Charles Wyndham, H.Standing etc. : condition good         (v)£40.00 prog
PROG433d ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. A CASE FOR EVICTION Comedietta (undated) by Theyre Smith/ A SCRAP OF PAPER adapted from Sardou's LES PATTES DE MOUCHE by J.Palgrave Simpson (d) A CASE FOR EVICTION Comedietta (undated) by Theyre Smith/ A SCRAP OF PAPER adapted from Sardou's LES PATTES DE MOUCHE by J.Palgrave Simpson. Condition worn       (d)£30.00 prog
PROG422f (ROYAL) OPERA COMIQUE A DEAD LETTER Drama (undated) by W.A. Brabner/ THE AMERICAN Play by Henry James from his novel (f) A DEAD LETTER Drama (undated) by W.A. Brabner/ THE AMERICAN Play by Henry James from his novel. Condition fair       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG430n ROYAL STRAND THEATRE A DODGE FOR A DINNER Farce (undated) by T.A. Palmer/ SIR SIMPLE SIMON Eccentric Comedy by H.J.Byron/ LADY OF THE LAKE Burlesque by H.J.Byron (n) A DODGE FOR A DINNER Farce (undated) by T.A. Palmer/ SIR SIMPLE SIMON Eccentric Comedy by H.J.Byron/ LADY OF THE LAKE Burlesque by H.J.Byron. Condition fair       (n)£35.00 prog
PROG410r HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL A MAN'S SHADOW Drama adapted from the French Play ROGER LA HONTE by Robert Buchanan (r) A MAN'S SHADOW Drama (1889 - April 1890) adapted from the French Play ROGER LA HONTE by Robert Buchanan. Cast: Beerbohm Tree etc. : condition fair       (r)£35.00 prog
PROG429g ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE A PHOTOGRAPHIC FIGHT Farce (undated) by J.E. Soden/ LIGHTS O' LONDON Drama by George R. Sims (g) A PHOTOGRAPHIC FIGHT Farce (undated) by J.E. Soden/ LIGHTS O' LONDON Drama by George R. Sims. Programme of music includes QUADRILLE PATIENCE arr. D'Albert. Condition good       (g)£45.00 prog
PROG427b ROYAL COURT THEATRE A SCRAP OF PAPER Comedy (undated) adapted by J. Palgrave Simpson from SARDOU'S LES PATTES DE MOUCHE (b) A SCRAP OF PAPER Comedy (undated) adapted by J. Palgrave Simpson from SARDOU'S LES PATTES DE MOUCHE. Condition fair       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG427j ROYAL COURT THEATRE ADRIENNE LECOUVREUR Play adapted by H.Herman from MM. Scribe and Legouve (j) ADRIENNE LECOUVREUR Play (undated) adapted by H.Herman from MM. Scribe and Legouve. Condition good       (j)£40.00 prog
PROG408h GLOBE THEATRE ARKWRIGHT'S WIFE! Domestic Drama (undated) by Tom Taylor and John Saunders (h) ARKWRIGHT'S WIFE! Domestic Drama (undated) by Tom Taylor and John Saunders/ STILL WATERS RUN DEEP by Tom Taylor. Condition fair       (h)£35.00 prog
PROG411p HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE AS YOU LIKE IT (p) AS YOU LIKE IT (with Courtice Pounds as Touchstone) . Oscar Asche & Lily Brayton's Season (frail)       (p)£20.00 prog
PROG429d ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE AUNT CHARLOTTE'S MAID Farce by J.Maddison Morton/ SILVER KING Drama by Henry A. Jones & Henry Herman (d) AUNT CHARLOTTE'S MAID Farce (undated) by J.Maddison Morton/ SILVER KING Drama by Henry A. Jones & Henry Herman. Condition good       (d)£40.00 prog
PROG430q ROYAL STRAND THEATRE BEFORE THE DAWN Play by Henry Byatt/ FANNY Farce by George R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh (q) BEFORE THE DAWN Play (undated) by Henry Byatt/ FANNY Farce by George R. Sims and Cecil Raleigh. Condition good       (q)£40.00 prog
PROG431b ROYAL SURREY THEATRE Benefit for W.Holland : GANDIN and LORETTE Dance/ THE SECRET Farce/ FORTY THIEVES Pantomime by Frank W. Green (b) Benefit for W.Holland : GANDIN and LORETTE Dance (undated)
THE SECRET Farce/ FORTY THIEVES Pantomime by Frank W. Green . Condition worn
      (b)£35.00 prog
PROG437a TERRY'S THEATRE (Edward Terry) BETWEEN THE POSTS/ THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF MISS BROWN Farce by Robert Buchanan and Charles Marlowe (a) BETWEEN THE POSTS (undated : no earlier than 1887)/ THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF MISS BROWN Farce by Robert Buchanan and Charles Marlowe. Programme of Music includes SELECTION from PRINCESS IDA by A. ...
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      (a)£50.00 prog
PROG429c ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE BRANDED Drama by Richard Lee (c) BRANDED Drama (undated) by Richard Lee. Condition good       (c)£40.00 prog
PROG411o HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE BUSINESS IS BUSINESS by Sydney Grundy (o) BUSINESS IS BUSINESS by Sydney Grundy (n/d)       (o)£20.00 prog
PROG432c ROYALTY THEATRE, Dean Street, Soho CRUTCH AND TOOTHPICK Comedy adapted by George R. Sims (c) CRUTCH AND TOOTHPICK Comedy (undated) adapted by George R. Sims. Condition fair       (c)£35.00 prog
PROG407l GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) DREAM FACES Dramatic Fancy by Wynn Miller (l) DREAM FACES Dramatic Fancy (undated) by Wynn Miller/ A PAIR OF SPECTACLES Comedy by Sydney Grundy. Condition fair       (l)£35.00 prog
PROG424p PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE DUTY Comedy. Adapted from Victorien Sardou's comedy LES BOURGEOIS DE PONT-ARCY by James Albery (p) DUTY Comedy (undated) Adapted from Victorien Sardou's comedy LES BOURGEOIS DE PONT-ARCY by James Albery. Condition good       (p)£40.00 prog
PROG408i GLOBE THEATRE FALSE SHAME Play by Frank Marshall (i) FALSE SHAME Play (undated) by Frank Marshall/ TEARS! IDLE TEARS !! Adaptation of MARCEL by MM Sandeau and Decourcelles. Condition fair       (i)£35.00 prog
PROG429f ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE FAMILY JARS Farce/ IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND Drama by Charles Reade (f) FAMILY JARS Farce (undated)/ IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND Drama by Charles Reade. Condition good: spot red       (f)£40.00 prog
PROG409g GRAND THEATRE, Islington FOR EVER Play by Paul Merritt and George Conquest (g) FOR EVER Play (undated: March 9th for 12 nights only c.1883) by Paul Merritt and George Conquest. Condition worn       (g)£35.00 prog
PROG433g ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. FORGIVENESS Comedy by J. Comyns Carr (g) FORGIVENESS Comedy (undated) by J. Comyns Carr. Condition good       (g)£40.00 prog
PROG434g THEATRE ROYAL NEW SADLER'S WELLS FORTY THIEVES Pantomime (g) FORTY THIEVES Pantomime (undated). Condition fair       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG429e ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE FOUND BRUMMY an Improbability by A. Maltby/ LOST IN LONDON Drama by Watts Phillips (e) FOUND BRUMMY an Improbability (undated) by A. Maltby/ LOST IN LONDON Drama by Watts Phillips. Condition fair       (e)£35.00 prog
PROG429b ROYAL PRINCESS'S THEATRE HANDS ACROSS THE SEA Drama by Henry Pettitt (b) HANDS ACROSS THE SEA Drama (undated) by Henry Pettitt. Condition fair : spot blue       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG408g GLOBE THEATRE HEART'S DELIGHT A Version of Charles Dickens' DOMBEY & SON by Andrew Halliday (g) HEART'S DELIGHT A Version of Charles Dickens' DOMBEY & SON by Andrew Halliday (undated). Very worn and torn (mentions MR. ARTHUR CECIL from the "Gallery of Illustration")       (g)£20.00 prog
PROG427i ROYAL COURT THEATRE HONOUR Play (undated) founded on L'HONNEUR DE LA MAISON of M.M. Leon Battu and Maurice Desvignes by Maurice H. Barrymore (i) HONOUR Play (undated) founded on L'HONNEUR DE LA MAISON of M.M. Leon Battu and Maurice Desvignes by Maurice H. Barrymore. Condition fair       (i)£35.00 prog
PROG433f ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. IMPULSE Play by B.C. Stephenson (f) IMPULSE Play (undated) by B.C. Stephenson. Condition fair       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG422d (ROYAL) OPERA COMIQUE IS HE JEALOUS Comedietta (undated)
MIRIAM'S CRIME Comedy-Drama by H.T. Craven/ LITTLE TOM TUG Operatic Extravaganza by F.C.Burnand
(d) IS HE JEALOUS Comedietta (undated)
MIRIAM'S CRIME Comedy-Drama by H.T. Craven/ LITTLE TOM TUG Operatic Extravaganza by F.C.Burnand (music selected). Condition fair
      (d)£40.00 prog
PROG411a HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE JULIUS CAESAR (a) JULIUS CAESAR (1898). Condition good (folded across - a little grubby)       (a)£35.00 prog
PROG411l HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE JULIUS CAESAR (l) JULIUS CAESAR May 1st (n/d)       (l)£20.00 prog
PROG430m ROYAL STRAND THEATRE KEEP YOUR TEMPER/ COMEDY OF ERRORS by Shakespeare (m) KEEP YOUR TEMPER (undated)/ COMEDY OF ERRORS by Shakespeare. Condition good       (m)£40.00 prog
PROG407c GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) LA TOSCA Drama (c) LA TOSCA Drama (undated) by Victorien Sardou adapted by F.C. Grove and Henry Hamilton. Condition fair       (c)£35.00 prog
PROG412a THEATRE ROYAL HOLBORN, 43 High Holbern LAMED FOR LIFE Comedy by Westland Marston (a) LAMED FOR LIFE Comedy (undated) by Westland Marston (revival). Condition good       (a)£60.00 prog
PROG430s ROYAL STRAND THEATRE LODGERS AND DODGERS! Farce (undated) by Frederick Hay/ HEIR AT LAW Comedy by George Coleman/ THE THREE MUSKET DEARS and A LITTLE ONE IN Burlesque by the BROTHERS PAULTON (founded on the fascinating Fr ...
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(s) LODGERS AND DODGERS! Farce (undated) by Frederick Hay/ HEIR AT LAW Comedy by George Coleman/ THE THREE MUSKET DEARS and A LITTLE ONE IN Burlesque by the BROTHERS PAULTON (founded on the fascinatin ...
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      (s)£35.00 prog
PROG413g ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE (Sole Lessee and Manager Mr. Henry Irving) LOUIS XI by Delavigne (adpt. Boucucault) (g) LOUIS XI by Delavigne (adpt. Boucucault) Henry Irving (n/d)       (g)£40.00 prog
PROG427e ROYAL COURT THEATRE MARY STUART Play (undated) adapted by Hon. Lewis Wingfield from Schiller (e) MARY STUART Play (undated) adapted by Hon. Lewis Wingfield from Schiller. Condition good: spot colour red       (e)£40.00 prog
PROG439i VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand MEADOW SWEET Comedy by Terra Cotta/ MISS TOMBOY Comedy by Robert Buchanan (based on Sir John Vanbrugh's Comedy THE RELAPSE (i) MEADOW SWEET Comedy (undated) by Terra Cotta/ MISS TOMBOY Comedy by Robert Buchanan (based on Sir John Vanbrugh's Comedy THE RELAPSE). Condition good (with photo on cover)       (i)£35.00 prog
PROG410q HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR by Shakespeare (q) MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR by Shakespeare (1889). Cast: Beerbohm Tree etc. : condition fair       (q)£40.00 prog
PROG417 NATIONAL THEATRE, Holborn, Late Amphitheatre (SHAFTESBURY THEATRE) MIDDY ASHORE Farce by Bayle Bernard/ EURYDICE! or ORPHEE AUX ENFERS Opera Bouffe written by W.F. Vandervell. Music by Offenbach MIDDY ASHORE Farce by Bayle Bernard/ EURYDICE! or ORPHEE AUX ENFERS Opera Bouffe written by W.F. Vandervell. Music by Offenbach. Condition fair, but stained on outside back       £50.00 prog
PROG424q PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE MONEY Comedy by Lord Lytton (q) MONEY Comedy (undated) by Lord Lytton. Condition fair       (q)£35.00 prog
PROG1386 Vaudeville Theatre MONEY! By Lord Lytton (n/d) 103rd Time small punch holes on left margin     £45.00 prog
PROG433c ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by Shakespeare (c) MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by Shakespeare (undated). Programme of Music by Edward German: Overture to MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING etc. Condition good (cover coloured)       (c)£60.00 prog
PROG422c (ROYAL) OPERA COMIQUE MY LITTLE GIRL Comedietta (undated) by D.G. Boucicault (c) MY LITTLE GIRL Comedietta (undated) by D.G. Boucicault. Adapted from a novel by Messrs. J. Rice and W. Besant.
AS IN A LOOKING-GLASS by F. C. Grove from the novel by F.C. Phillips. Condition goo ...
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      (c)£40.00 prog
PROG395 AGRICULTURAL HALL, Islington MYERS GRAND AMERICAN CIRCUS (undated). PROGRAMME FOR THIS EVENING. Condition worn         £35.00 prog
PROG427h ROYAL COURT THEATRE NEW MEN AND OLD ACRES Comedy by Tom Taylor & A. W. Dubourg (h) NEW MEN AND OLD ACRES Comedy (undated) by Tom Taylor & A. W. Dubourg. Condition good       (h)£40.00 prog
PROG419 NOVELTY THEATRE NITA'S FEAST Comedy (undated) by T.G. Warren/ LALLA ROOKH Burlesque by Horace Lennard. Music Composed and Arranged by P.Bucalossi NITA'S FEAST Comedy (undated) by T.G. Warren/ LALLA ROOKH Burlesque by Horace Lennard. Music Composed and Arranged by P.Bucalossi. Condition worn       £35.00 prog
PROG408f GLOBE THEATRE ORIANA Romantic Legend written by James Albery (f) ORIANA Romantic Legend (undated) written by James Albery. With Music by Frederic Clay. Condition fair       (f)£35.00 prog
PROG1210 Theatre Royal Haymarket OUR AMERICAN COUSIN. Theatre Royal Haymarket single-fold, VG neat faint small library stamp (1.5 x 1 cms) in centre of bottom front cover margin     £45.00 prog
PROG424o PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE OURS Comedy by T.W.Robertson (o) OURS Comedy (undated) by T.W.Robertson. Condition fair       (o)£35.00 prog
PROG427c ROYAL COURT THEATRE PARVENU by G. W.Godfrey (c) PARVENU (undated) by G. W.Godfrey. Condition good       (c)£40.00 prog
PROG424e PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE PAUL JONES Opera-Comique (1889) after Chivot and Duru. Written by H.B.Farnie. Music by Planquette (e) PAUL JONES Opera-Comique (1889) after Chivot and Duru. Written by H.B.Farnie. Music by Planquette. Presented by The Carl Rosa Light Opera Company. Condition good       (e)£40.00 prog
PROG432d ROYALTY THEATRE, Dean Street, Soho PRISONERS AT THE BAR Operetta by Messrs Oxenford & Meadows/ STAGE STRUCK
DON JUAN Junior. Eastern Extravaganza by the BROTHERS PRENDERGAST
(d) PRISONERS AT THE BAR Operetta (undated) by Messrs Oxenford & Meadows/ STAGE STRUCK
DON JUAN Junior. Eastern Extravaganza by the BROTHERS PRENDERGAST. Condition fair
      (d)£35.00 prog
PROG410b HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL QUEEN MAB Comedy by G.W.Godfrey. (b) QUEEN MAB Comedy (undated: March poss. 1872) by G.W.Godfrey. Cast: Chippendale, Kendal etc. : condition worn (green)       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG430p ROYAL STRAND THEATRE RUTH'S ROMANCE Comedietta/ THE BALLOON Farcical Comedy by J.H.Darnley and G. Manville Fenn (p) RUTH'S ROMANCE Comedietta (undated)/ THE BALLOON Farcical Comedy by J.H.Darnley and G. Manville Fenn. Condition good       (p)£40.00 prog
PROG424n PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE SCHOOL Comedy by T.W.Robertson (n) SCHOOL Comedy (undated) by T.W.Robertson. Condition good       (n)£40.00 prog
PROG439k VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Comedy (379th Night) by Sheridan/ ORANGE TREE Extravaganza ny Byron/ BUBBLE & SQUEAK Farce by F. Hay (k) SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Comedy (379th Night) by Sheridan/ ORANGE TREE Extravaganza ny Byron/ BUBBLE & SQUEAK Farce by F. Hay. Condition fair       (k)£35.00 prog
PROG533 The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy Service of Thanksgiving for the life of DAME BRIDGET D'OYLY CARTE, D.B.E. 1985 26 June. Service of Thanksgiving for the life of DAME BRIDGET D'OYLY CARTE, D.B.E. The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy + DAILY TELEGRAPH In Memoriam       £5.00 prog
PROG440 WALDORF THEATRE, Aldwych, Strand SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER by Oliver Goldsmith SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER by Oliver Goldsmith. Programme of Music includes Edward German's THE CONQUERER. Condition fair, centre pages loose (with photos of Mr. Cyril Maude and Miss Wnifred Emery)       £35.00 prog
PROG426 QUEEN'S THEATRE, Long Acre SPINSTER'S BEWARE (undated)/ OLD LONDON Romantic Drama adapted from LES CHEVALIERS DU BROUILARD by F.Boyle SPINSTER'S BEWARE (undated)/ OLD LONDON Romantic Drama adapted from LES CHEVALIERS DU BROUILARD by F.Boyle. Condition fair       £35.00 prog
PROG407k GARRICK THEATRE, Charing Cross (Lessee and Manager Mr. John Hare) SUE Play by Bert Harte & T.Edgar Pemberton (k) SUE Play (undated: June 29th) by Bert Harte & T.Edgar Pemberton. Programme of Music includes Suite (NEW) Intermezzo; Tarantella; Bonnee (sic) by Edward German. Condition good       (k)£40.00 prog
PROG439g VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand THE BROTHERS Play by Henry Byatt/ JOSEPH'S SWEETHEART Comedy-Drama by Robert Buchanan (founded on Henry Fielding's novel JOSEPH ANDREWS) (g) THE BROTHERS Play (undated) by Henry Byatt/ JOSEPH'S SWEETHEART Comedy-Drama by Robert Buchanan (founded on Henry Fielding's novel JOSEPH ANDREWS). Condition frail/poor and detached       (g)£10.00 prog
PROG410s HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL THE DANCING GIRL Play (1890) by Henry Arthur Jones (s) THE DANCING GIRL Play (1890) by Henry Arthur Jones. Cast: Beerbohm Tree, Kerr, Neilson etc. : good but torn       (s)£40.00 prog
PROG427p ROYAL COURT THEATRE THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA Tragedy by Bernard Shaw (p) THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA Tragedy by Bernard Shaw (undated : Nov/Dec matinee performance) Cast : Farren, Lewis, Webster, Hearn etc. (edges foxed)       (p)£35.00 prog
PROG433h ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. THE GAY LOTHARIO Comedy (undated) by Alfred C. Calmour/ THE IDLER Play by C. Haddon Chambers (h) THE GAY LOTHARIO Comedy (undated) by Alfred C. Calmour/ THE IDLER Play by C. Haddon Chambers. Condition good       (h)£40.00 prog
PROG1190 Grand Theatre, Blackpool THE GRAND THEATRE, BLACKPOOL: PROG1183 - 90 as a lot       £35.00 prog
PROG425d THE PRINCE'S THEATRE THE JILT Comedy by Dion Boucicault (d) THE JILT Comedy (undated) by Dion Boucicault. Condition good       (d)£40.00 prog
PROG427g ROYAL COURT THEATRE THE MAGISTRATE Farce (undated: 320th time March 21st) by Pinero (g) THE MAGISTRATE Farce (undated: 320th time March 21st) by Pinero. Selection of Music includes BANQUET DANCE (from "The Tempest") by Sullivan. Condition fair       (g)£45.00 prog
PROG411b HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE THE MUSKETEERS (1898-99 Season) by Sydney Grundy (founded on Alexandre Dumas' novel) (b) THE MUSKETEERS (1898-99 Season) by Sydney Grundy (founded on Alexandre Dumas' novel). Condition good (folded across - a little grubby)       (b)£35.00 prog
PROG427k ROYAL COURT THEATRE THE OLD LOVE AND THE NEW Play by Bronson Howard adapted by James Albery. (k) THE OLD LOVE AND THE NEW Play (undated) by Bronson Howard adapted by James Albery. Condition worn       (k)£35.00 prog
PROG408d GLOBE THEATRE THE PICKPOCKET Farcical Comedy (d) THE PICKPOCKET Farcical Comedy (undated) by George P. Hawtrey. Condition fair       (d)£35.00 prog
PROG408j GLOBE THEATRE THE PRIVATE SECRETARY Farcical Comedy by Charles H. Hawtrey (j) THE PRIVATE SECRETARY Farcical Comedy (undated) by Charles H. Hawtrey. Condition good       (j)£40.00 prog
PROG439h VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand THE ROAD TO RUIN Comedy by Holcroft/ RUY BLAS RIGHTED Burlesque by R. Reece/ A HAPPY CRUISE Comedietta by Ernest Cuthbert (h) THE ROAD TO RUIN Comedy (undated) by Holcroft/ RUY BLAS RIGHTED Burlesque by R. Reece/ A HAPPY CRUISE Comedietta by Ernest Cuthbert. Condition fair       (h)£35.00 prog
PROG415 THE MARLBOROUGH THEATRE, Holloway Road THE ROYAL FLOWER Comedy Drama THE ROYAL FLOWER Comedy Drama (undated) by Fred Pemberton (adapted from the French play LE LYS of Alphonse Dauet)/ THE MAN FROM BLANKLEY'S by F. Anstey. Condition worn and chipped (ads. only) (coloure ...
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      £25.00 prog
PROG433a ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W. THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY Play by Pinero (a) THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY Play (Sat. 27th, 1893) by Pinero. Condition good (cover coloured)       (a)£45.00 prog
PROG433e ST. JAMES'S THEATRE, King Street, St. James's, S.W THE SQUIRE Play by Pinero (e) THE SQUIRE Play (undated) by Pinero. Incidental Music and Songs Composed by Mr. Frederick Clay. Condition worn       (e)£35.00 prog
PROG424m PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATRE THE VICARAGE Fireside Story (undated) by Mr. Saville Rowe/ LONDON ASSURANCE by Dion Boucicault (m) THE VICARAGE Fireside Story (undated) by Mr. Saville Rowe/ LONDON ASSURANCE by Dion Boucicault. Condition good       (m)£40.00 prog
PROG421f ROYAL OLYMPIC THEATRE, Strand THE WOMAN IN WHITE Drama (undated) adapted from his novel by Wilkie Collins (f) THE WOMAN IN WHITE Drama (undated) adapted from his novel by Wilkie Collins. Condition fair       (f)£50.00 prog
PROG408e GLOBE THEATRE TIME WORKS WONDERS Comedy (e) TIME WORKS WONDERS Comedy (undated) by Douglas Jerrold. Condition fair but stained       (e)£30.00 prog
PROG434h THEATRE ROYAL NEW SADLER'S WELLS TWO BLIND BEGGARS Comic Operetta by Offenbach/THE DANITES by Joaquin Miller (h) TWO BLIND BEGGARS Comic Operetta (undated) by Offenbach/THE DANITES by Joaquin Miller. Condition fair       (h)£40.00 prog
PROG430o ROYAL STRAND THEATRE VICE-VERSA Dramatic Sketch adapted by Edward Rose from F.Anstey's story/ SILVER GUILT Burlesque by W.Warham (o) VICE-VERSA Dramatic Sketch (undated) adapted by Edward Rose from F.Anstey's story/ SILVER GUILT Burlesque by W.Warham. Condition good c.1882       (o)£40.00 prog
PROG410o HAYMARKET THEATRE ROYAL WEALTH Play by Henry Arthur Jones (o) WEALTH Play (1889) by Henry Arthur Jones. Cast: Beerbohm Tree etc. : condition fair       (o)£35.00 prog
 
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