1960s / Theatre 1960s More (200) More files...
A Pound On Demand, written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. Dermot MacDowell as The Policeman with Jack Macgowran as Sammy and Barry Keegan as Jerry. - Patrick Eagar - 06-04-1967
00102299
06-04-1967 A Pound On Demand, written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. Dermot MacDowell as The Policeman with Jack Macgowran as Sammy and Barry Keegan as Jerry. © Patrick Eagar
A Pound On Demand, written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. Elizabeth Begley as the Woman, Jack Macgowran as Sammy and Barry Keegan as Jerry. - Patrick Eagar - 06-04-1967
00102300
06-04-1967 A Pound On Demand, written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. Elizabeth Begley as the Woman, Jack Macgowran as Sammy and Barry Keegan as Jerry. © Patrick Eagar
Shadow Of A Gunman written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. Brian Phelan as Donal Davoren and Shivaun O'Casey, daughter of the playwright Sean O'Casey, as Minnie Powell - Patrick Eagar - 06-04-1967
00102303
06-04-1967 Shadow Of A Gunman written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. Brian Phelan as Donal Davoren and Shivaun O'Casey, daughter of the playwright Sean O'Casey, as Minnie Powell © Patrick Eagar
Shadow Of A Gunman written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. L to R: Shivaun O'Casey, daughter of the playwright Sean O'Casey, as Minnie Powell, Brian Phelan as Donal Davoren, Stephen Re... - Patrick Eagar - 06-04-1967
00102302
06-04-1967 Shadow Of A Gunman written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. L to R: Shivaun O'Casey, daughter of the playwright Sean O'Casey, as Minnie Powell, Brian Phelan as Donal Davoren, Stephen Re... © Patrick Eagar
Shadow Of A Gunman written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. Brian Phelan as Donal Davoren, Stephen Rea as Tommy Owens and Shivaun O'Casey, daughter of the playwright Sean O'Casey, as Mi... - Patrick Eagar - 06-04-1967
00102301
06-04-1967 Shadow Of A Gunman written by Sean O'Casey, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1967. Brian Phelan as Donal Davoren, Stephen Rea as Tommy Owens and Shivaun O'Casey, daughter of the playwright Sean O'Casey, as Mi... © Patrick Eagar
A Sean OCasey Festival of Plays, The Mermaid Theatre, London 1962 - Romano Cagnoni - 31-12-1962
00083799
31-12-1962 A Sean OCasey Festival of Plays, The Mermaid Theatre, London 1962 © Romano Cagnoni
A Sean OCasey Festival of Plays, The Mermaid Theatre, London 1962 - Romano Cagnoni - 31-12-1962
00083797
31-12-1962 A Sean OCasey Festival of Plays, The Mermaid Theatre, London 1962 © Romano Cagnoni
A Sean OCasey Festival of Plays, The Mermaid Theatre, London 1962 - Romano Cagnoni - 31-12-1962
00083798
31-12-1962 A Sean OCasey Festival of Plays, The Mermaid Theatre, London 1962 © Romano Cagnoni
Lead actress Barbara Windsor as Marie Lloyd singing and dancing with actor, Dennis Quilley, Sing A Rude Song, The Greenwich Theatre, 1970. A play based on the life of Marie Lloyd, written by Ned Sherr... - Patrick Eagar - 18-02-1970
00102308
18-02-1970 Lead actress Barbara Windsor as Marie Lloyd singing and dancing with actor, Dennis Quilley, Sing A Rude Song, The Greenwich Theatre, 1970. A play based on the life of Marie Lloyd, written by Ned Sherr... © Patrick Eagar
Lead actress Barbara Windsor as Marie Lloyd, Sing A Rude Song at The Greenwich Theatre, 1970. A play based on the life of Marie Lloyd, written by Ned Sherrin and Caryl Brahms. - Patrick Eagar - 18-02-1970
00102307
18-02-1970 Lead actress Barbara Windsor as Marie Lloyd, Sing A Rude Song at The Greenwich Theatre, 1970. A play based on the life of Marie Lloyd, written by Ned Sherrin and Caryl Brahms. © Patrick Eagar
Lead actress Barbara Windsor with the director, Robin Phillips, Sing A Rude Song, The Greenwich Theatre, 1970. A play based on the life of Marie Lloyd, written by Ned Sherrin and Caryl Brahms. - Patrick Eagar - 18-02-1970
00102305
18-02-1970 Lead actress Barbara Windsor with the director, Robin Phillips, Sing A Rude Song, The Greenwich Theatre, 1970. A play based on the life of Marie Lloyd, written by Ned Sherrin and Caryl Brahms. © Patrick Eagar
Lead actress Barbara Windsor as Marie Lloyd, with Dennis Quilley, bowler hat, and Maurice Gibb, Sing A Rude Song, The Greenwich Theatre, 1970. A play based on the life of Marie Lloyd, written by Ned S... - Patrick Eagar - 18-02-1970
00102306
18-02-1970 Lead actress Barbara Windsor as Marie Lloyd, with Dennis Quilley, bowler hat, and Maurice Gibb, Sing A Rude Song, The Greenwich Theatre, 1970. A play based on the life of Marie Lloyd, written by Ned S... © Patrick Eagar
Next Time I'll Sing For You by James Saunders New Arts Theatre London 1963. Liz Fraser as Lizzie and Barry Foster as Dust - Alex Low - 23-01-1963
00104157
23-01-1963 Next Time I'll Sing For You by James Saunders New Arts Theatre London 1963. Liz Fraser as Lizzie and Barry Foster as Dust © Alex Low
Next Time I'll Sing For You by James Saunders, New Arts Theatre London 1963. Liz Fraser as Lizzie, Michael Caine (L) as Meff and Barry Foster (R) reading as Dust - Alex Low - 23-01-1963
00104156
23-01-1963 Next Time I'll Sing For You by James Saunders, New Arts Theatre London 1963. Liz Fraser as Lizzie, Michael Caine (L) as Meff and Barry Foster (R) reading as Dust © Alex Low
Next Time I'll Sing For You by James Saunders New Arts Theatre London 1963. Michael Caine in an early stage role starring as Meff - Alex Low - 23-01-1963
00104155
23-01-1963 Next Time I'll Sing For You by James Saunders New Arts Theatre London 1963. Michael Caine in an early stage role starring as Meff © Alex Low
Diana Rigg starring as Viola in RSC production Twelfth Night Stratford upon Avon 1966 - Patrick Eagar - 13-06-1966
00104168
13-06-1966 Diana Rigg starring as Viola in RSC production Twelfth Night Stratford upon Avon 1966 © Patrick Eagar
Diana Rigg starring as Viola in RSC production Twelfth Night Stratford upon Avon 1966 - Patrick Eagar - 13-06-1966
00104169
13-06-1966 Diana Rigg starring as Viola in RSC production Twelfth Night Stratford upon Avon 1966 © Patrick Eagar
Diana Rigg starring as Viola in RSC production Twelfth Night Stratford upon Avon 1966 - Patrick Eagar - 13-06-1966
00104170
13-06-1966 Diana Rigg starring as Viola in RSC production Twelfth Night Stratford upon Avon 1966 © Patrick Eagar
Diana Rigg starring as Viola in RSC production Twelfth Night Stratford upon Avon 1966 - Patrick Eagar - 13-06-1966
00104171
13-06-1966 Diana Rigg starring as Viola in RSC production Twelfth Night Stratford upon Avon 1966 © Patrick Eagar
Actor Richard Briers London 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 23-05-1963
00104179
23-05-1963 Actor Richard Briers London 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Tom Courtenay Waterloo London 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 25-03-1963
00104181
25-03-1963 Actor Tom Courtenay Waterloo London 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Tom Courtenay Waterloo London 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 25-03-1963
00104180
25-03-1963 Actor Tom Courtenay Waterloo London 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105908
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105907
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105906
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai projecting images of world leadesr onto a screen behind th... - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105905
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai projecting images of world leadesr onto a screen behind th... © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai projecting images of Lenin and Stalin onto a screen behind... - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105904
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai projecting images of Lenin and Stalin onto a screen behind... © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105903
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai projecting photographs of world leaders onto a screen behi... - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105902
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai projecting photographs of world leaders onto a screen behi... © Alex Low
Lotte Lenya, singer and actor and wife of Brecht at the UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105901
16-01-1963 Lotte Lenya, singer and actor and wife of Brecht at the UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105913
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105912
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105911
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105910
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105909
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105900
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai © Alex Low
UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai - Alex Low - 16-01-1963
00105899
16-01-1963 UK Premiere of The Rise And Fall of The City of Mahagonny by Bertolt Brecht Sadlers Wells Theatre London 1963 with set design by Ralph Koltai © Alex Low
Kevin Palmer Theatre Workshop Stage Director for Oh What A Lovely War! as the show moved from Theatre Royal Stratford East to a West End run at The Wyndham Theatre 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 04-06-1963
00106862
04-06-1963 Kevin Palmer Theatre Workshop Stage Director for Oh What A Lovely War! as the show moved from Theatre Royal Stratford East to a West End run at The Wyndham Theatre 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Caliban played by Roy Dotrice and Prospero played by Tom Fleming (R). The Tempest by William Shakespeare performed by the RSC Stratford on Avon 1963 - Alex Low - 04-04-1963
00106821
04-04-1963 Caliban played by Roy Dotrice and Prospero played by Tom Fleming (R). The Tempest by William Shakespeare performed by the RSC Stratford on Avon 1963 © Alex Low
Producer Clifford Williams directing Caliban played by Roy Dotrice and Trinculo played by David Warner (r). Rehearsal for The Tempest by William Shakespeare, RSC Stratford on Avon 1963 - Alex Low - 04-04-1963
00106820
04-04-1963 Producer Clifford Williams directing Caliban played by Roy Dotrice and Trinculo played by David Warner (r). Rehearsal for The Tempest by William Shakespeare, RSC Stratford on Avon 1963 © Alex Low
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963. Brian Murphy and Murray Melvin - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106861
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963. Brian Murphy and Murray Melvin © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106860
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106859
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106858
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106857
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106856
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106855
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Cast taking curtain call at the end of the Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106871
19-03-1963 Cast taking curtain call at the end of the Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Cast taking curtain call at the end of the Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106870
19-03-1963 Cast taking curtain call at the end of the Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106869
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Murray Melvin in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106868
19-03-1963 Actor Murray Melvin in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 with Murray Melvin (R) and Victor Spinetti - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106867
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 with Murray Melvin (R) and Victor Spinetti © Romano Cagnoni
Avis Bunnage, Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood, Theatre Royal Stratford East London 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106866
19-03-1963 Avis Bunnage, Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood, Theatre Royal Stratford East London 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 Brian Murphy, Larry Dann, Victor Spinetti, Murray Melvin and Colin Kembal - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106865
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 Brian Murphy, Larry Dann, Victor Spinetti, Murray Melvin and Colin Kembal © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106864
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Brian Murphy in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War ! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00106863
19-03-1963 Brian Murphy in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War ! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107301
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107300
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Larry Dann in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107296
19-03-1963 Actor Larry Dann in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Tony Holland in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War ! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107297
19-03-1963 Actor Tony Holland in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War ! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107298
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107299
19-03-1963 Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor John Gower centre stage in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107289
19-03-1963 Actor John Gower centre stage in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Fanny Carby in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107290
19-03-1963 Actor Fanny Carby in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Fanny Carby in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107291
19-03-1963 Actor Fanny Carby in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Avis Bunnage in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107292
19-03-1963 Actor Avis Bunnage in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Myvanwy Jenn in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107293
19-03-1963 Actor Myvanwy Jenn in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Actor Myvanwy Jenn in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107294
19-03-1963 Actor Myvanwy Jenn in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Choreographer and actor Bob Stevenson in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 - Romano Cagnoni - 19-03-1963
00107295
19-03-1963 Choreographer and actor Bob Stevenson in Theatre Workshop production of Oh What A Lovely War! directed by Joan Littlewood at Theatre Royal Stratford East 1963 © Romano Cagnoni
Christine Hutchinson as Columbine and Jeffrey Kovel as Harlequin. The Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky performed at the Royal Festival Hall London 1963 - Alex Low - 24-01-1963
00106822
24-01-1963 Christine Hutchinson as Columbine and Jeffrey Kovel as Harlequin. The Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky performed at the Royal Festival Hall London 1963 © Alex Low
Jill Bennett with Robert Stephens and George Cole (R) Squat Betty written by Willis Hall and Keith Waterhouse, The Royal Court Theatre London 1962 - Alex Low - 18-12-1962
00106815
18-12-1962 Jill Bennett with Robert Stephens and George Cole (R) Squat Betty written by Willis Hall and Keith Waterhouse, The Royal Court Theatre London 1962 © Alex Low
Theatre Director Peter Brook at rehearsals for the 1962 RSC production of King Lear at Stratford on Avon. Peter Schofield as Lear seated and Diana Rigg playing Cordelia (R) - Alex Low - 02-11-1962
00106813
02-11-1962 Theatre Director Peter Brook at rehearsals for the 1962 RSC production of King Lear at Stratford on Avon. Peter Schofield as Lear seated and Diana Rigg playing Cordelia (R) © Alex Low
Theatre Director Peter Brook with Diana Rigg as Cordelia at rehearsals for the 1962 RSC production of King Lear at Stratford on Avon - Alex Low - 02-11-1962
00106812
02-11-1962 Theatre Director Peter Brook with Diana Rigg as Cordelia at rehearsals for the 1962 RSC production of King Lear at Stratford on Avon © Alex Low
Theatre Director Peter Brook (R) at rehearsals for the 1962 RSC production of King Lear at Stratford on Avon. Brook is talking to Hugh Sullivan playing the King of France with Peter Schofield as Lear... - Alex Low - 02-11-1962
00106811
02-11-1962 Theatre Director Peter Brook (R) at rehearsals for the 1962 RSC production of King Lear at Stratford on Avon. Brook is talking to Hugh Sullivan playing the King of France with Peter Schofield as Lear... © Alex Low
Purple Dust by Sean O'Casey at The Mermaind Theatre London 1962 - Alex Low - 16-08-1962
00106817
16-08-1962 Purple Dust by Sean O'Casey at The Mermaind Theatre London 1962 © Alex Low
Staging of The Yeoman Of The Guard by Gilbert and Sullivan in the moat at The Tower of London, City of London Festival 1962, production by Anthony Besch. The tradition of staging Yeoman at The Tower b... - Alex Low - 14-07-1962
00106819
14-07-1962 Staging of The Yeoman Of The Guard by Gilbert and Sullivan in the moat at The Tower of London, City of London Festival 1962, production by Anthony Besch. The tradition of staging Yeoman at The Tower b... © Alex Low
Staging of The Yeoman Of The Guard by Gilbert and Sullivan in the moat at The Tower of London, City of London Festival 1962 production by Anthony Besch. The tradition of staging Yeoman at The Tower be... - Alex Low - 14-07-1962
00106818
14-07-1962 Staging of The Yeoman Of The Guard by Gilbert and Sullivan in the moat at The Tower of London, City of London Festival 1962 production by Anthony Besch. The tradition of staging Yeoman at The Tower be... © Alex Low
Judith written by Jean Giradoux. Ruth Meyers as Judith and Sean Connery as Holofermes, Her Majestys Theatre Haymarket London 1962 - Alex Low - 20-06-1962
00106808
20-06-1962 Judith written by Jean Giradoux. Ruth Meyers as Judith and Sean Connery as Holofermes, Her Majestys Theatre Haymarket London 1962 © Alex Low
Judith written by Jean Giradoux. Ruth Meyers as Judith and Sean Connery as Holofermes, Her Majestys Theatre Haymarket London 1962 - Alex Low - 20-06-1962
00106807
20-06-1962 Judith written by Jean Giradoux. Ruth Meyers as Judith and Sean Connery as Holofermes, Her Majestys Theatre Haymarket London 1962 © Alex Low
American Director Tom OHorgan the musical HAIR, Shaftesbury Theatre London 1968. The opening night was delayed until the abolition of theatre censorship in England under the Theatres Act 1968 so that... - Barbara Hall - 22-09-1968
00113379
22-09-1968 American Director Tom OHorgan the musical HAIR, Shaftesbury Theatre London 1968. The opening night was delayed until the abolition of theatre censorship in England under the Theatres Act 1968 so that... © Barbara Hall
American Director Tom OHorgan with singer and actress Marsha Hunt in the musical HAIR, Shaftesbury Theatre London 1968. The opening night was delayed until the abolition of theatre censorship in Engla... - Barbara Hall - 22-09-1968
00113378
22-09-1968 American Director Tom OHorgan with singer and actress Marsha Hunt in the musical HAIR, Shaftesbury Theatre London 1968. The opening night was delayed until the abolition of theatre censorship in Engla... © Barbara Hall
London 1961 Director Joan Littlewood with Theatre Workshop cast of Sparrers Cant Sing researching location shots at Stepney Riverside for a film to be made of the same production. Actor Stephen Lewis... - Alex Low - 30-07-1961
00113292
30-07-1961 London 1961 Director Joan Littlewood with Theatre Workshop cast of Sparrers Cant Sing researching location shots at Stepney Riverside for a film to be made of the same production. Actor Stephen Lewis... © Alex Low
Diana Rigg (L) as Adriana, The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare, 1962 RSC Stratford upon Avon - Alex Low - 11-09-1962
00113294
11-09-1962 Diana Rigg (L) as Adriana, The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare, 1962 RSC Stratford upon Avon © Alex Low
The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare, 1962 RSC Stratford upon Avon - Alex Low - 11-09-1962
00113293
11-09-1962 The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare, 1962 RSC Stratford upon Avon © Alex Low
Purple Dust by Sean OCasey, The Mermaid Theatre London 1962 - Alex Low - 22-08-1962
00113297
22-08-1962 Purple Dust by Sean OCasey, The Mermaid Theatre London 1962 © Alex Low
Actors Peter Bowles and Ronald Fraser in Purple Dust 1962 by Sean OCasey The Mermaid Theatre London - Alex Low - 22-08-1962
00113295
22-08-1962 Actors Peter Bowles and Ronald Fraser in Purple Dust 1962 by Sean OCasey The Mermaid Theatre London © Alex Low
Actress Diana Rigg playing the harp in her London apartment 1963 - Alex Low - 29-03-1963
00113298
29-03-1963 Actress Diana Rigg playing the harp in her London apartment 1963 © Alex Low
Actress Diana Rigg playing the harp in her London apartment 1963 - Alex Low - 29-03-1963
00113299
29-03-1963 Actress Diana Rigg playing the harp in her London apartment 1963 © Alex Low
Mary Mary by Jean Kerr, Queens Theatre London 1963 starring Maggie Smith - Alex Low - 27-02-1963
00113300
27-02-1963 Mary Mary by Jean Kerr, Queens Theatre London 1963 starring Maggie Smith © Alex Low
Mary Mary by Jean Kerr, Queens Theatre London 1963 starring Maggie Smith and Donald Harron - Alex Low - 27-02-1963
00113301
27-02-1963 Mary Mary by Jean Kerr, Queens Theatre London 1963 starring Maggie Smith and Donald Harron © Alex Low
Mary Mary written by Jean Kerr, Queens Theatre London 1963 starring Maggie Smith Ron Randall (L) and Donald Harron (R) - Alex Low - 27-02-1963
00113303
27-02-1963 Mary Mary written by Jean Kerr, Queens Theatre London 1963 starring Maggie Smith Ron Randall (L) and Donald Harron (R) © Alex Low
Mary Mary written by Jean Kerr, Queens Theatre London 1963 starring Maggie Smith and Ron Randall - Alex Low - 27-02-1963
00113302
27-02-1963 Mary Mary written by Jean Kerr, Queens Theatre London 1963 starring Maggie Smith and Ron Randall © Alex Low
Jim Haynes co-founder of the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 - a radical arts venue seeking to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh Festival throughout the year - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
00113508
04-08-1965 Jim Haynes co-founder of the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 - a radical arts venue seeking to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh Festival throughout the year © Patrick Eagar
Jim Haynes (L) co-founder of the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 and actor Jonathan Lynn. The Traverse Theatre was created as a radical arts venue seeking seeking to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh... - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
00113507
04-08-1965 Jim Haynes (L) co-founder of the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 and actor Jonathan Lynn. The Traverse Theatre was created as a radical arts venue seeking seeking to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh... © Patrick Eagar
Edinburgh 1965 boys playing football in a run down space at the back of the Traverse Theatre, Lawnmarket. The small radical arts venue was once a doss house and brothel known as Kellys Paradise and He... - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
00113503
04-08-1965 Edinburgh 1965 boys playing football in a run down space at the back of the Traverse Theatre, Lawnmarket. The small radical arts venue was once a doss house and brothel known as Kellys Paradise and He... © Patrick Eagar
World Premiere of Green Julia Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 written by Paul Abelman acted by Jonathan Lynn (L) and Phillip Manikum (R). The audience is seated on two sides of the small radical arts... - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
00113504
04-08-1965 World Premiere of Green Julia Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 written by Paul Abelman acted by Jonathan Lynn (L) and Phillip Manikum (R). The audience is seated on two sides of the small radical arts... © Patrick Eagar
Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 Actor Jonathan Lynn in the basement dressing room preparing to go on stage for the World Premiere of Green Julia written by Paul Abelman. The small radical arts venue w... - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
00113505
04-08-1965 Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 Actor Jonathan Lynn in the basement dressing room preparing to go on stage for the World Premiere of Green Julia written by Paul Abelman. The small radical arts venue w... © Patrick Eagar
Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 World Premiere of Green Julia written by Paul Abelman with actor Phillip Manikum. The small radical arts venue was once a doss house and brothel known as Kellys Paradis... - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
00113506
04-08-1965 Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 World Premiere of Green Julia written by Paul Abelman with actor Phillip Manikum. The small radical arts venue was once a doss house and brothel known as Kellys Paradis... © Patrick Eagar
Jim Haynes co-founder of the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 seeking to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh Festival throughout the year - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
00113495
04-08-1965 Jim Haynes co-founder of the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 seeking to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh Festival throughout the year © Patrick Eagar
Patrons with their dog in the bar of the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 a radical arts venue seeking to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh Festival throughout the year - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
00113496
04-08-1965 Patrons with their dog in the bar of the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 a radical arts venue seeking to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh Festival throughout the year © Patrick Eagar
powered by infradox.com