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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
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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
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
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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
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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
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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
World Premiere of Green Julia Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965, written by Paul Abelman with actor Jonathan Lynn. The small radical arts venue was once a doss house and brothel known as Kellys Paradise... - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
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04-08-1965 World Premiere of Green Julia Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965, written by Paul Abelman with actor Jonathan Lynn. The small radical arts venue was once a doss house and brothel known as Kellys Paradise... © 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
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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
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
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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 Phillip Manikum and Jonathan Lynn. The audience is seated on two sides of the small radical arts venue wa... - Patrick Eagar - 04-08-1965
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04-08-1965 World Premiere of Green Julia Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 1965 written by Paul Abelman acted by Phillip Manikum and Jonathan Lynn. The audience is seated on two sides of the small radical arts venue wa... © 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
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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
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
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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
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
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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
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