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Pete Townsend of The Who (C), Allan Love and Anna Nicholas, Tommy, Queens Theatre, London 1979 stars of the original stage production of the musical Tommy - Martin Mayer - 11-01-1979
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11-01-1979 Pete Townsend of The Who (C), Allan Love and Anna Nicholas, Tommy, Queens Theatre, London 1979 stars of the original stage production of the musical Tommy © Martin Mayer
Pete Townsend of The Who (C), Allan Love and Anna Nicholas, Tommy, Queens Theatre, London 1979 stars of the original stage production of the musical Tommy - Martin Mayer - 11-01-1979
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11-01-1979 Pete Townsend of The Who (C), Allan Love and Anna Nicholas, Tommy, Queens Theatre, London 1979 stars of the original stage production of the musical Tommy © Martin Mayer
Pete Townsend of The Who (C), Allan Love and Anna Nicholas, Tommy, Queens Theatre, London 1979 stars of the original stage production of the musical Tommy - Martin Mayer - 11-01-1979
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11-01-1979 Pete Townsend of The Who (C), Allan Love and Anna Nicholas, Tommy, Queens Theatre, London 1979 stars of the original stage production of the musical Tommy © Martin Mayer
Pete Townsend of The Who (C) with Allan Love and Anna Nicholas, Tommy, Queens Theatre, London 1979 stars of the original stage production of the musical and other members of the cast - Martin Mayer - 11-01-1979
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11-01-1979 Pete Townsend of The Who (C) with Allan Love and Anna Nicholas, Tommy, Queens Theatre, London 1979 stars of the original stage production of the musical and other members of the cast © Martin Mayer
Elaine Paige speaking about her role as Eva Peron in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Evita 1978 - NLA - 03-04-1978
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03-04-1978 Elaine Paige speaking about her role as Eva Peron in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Evita 1978 © NLA
Elaine Paige speaking about her role as Eva Peron in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Evita 1978 - NLA - 03-04-1978
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03-04-1978 Elaine Paige speaking about her role as Eva Peron in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Evita 1978 © NLA
Elaine Paige speaking about her role as Eva Peron in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Evita 1978 - NLA - 03-04-1978
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03-04-1978 Elaine Paige speaking about her role as Eva Peron in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Evita 1978 © NLA
Half Life written by Julian Mitchell, National Theatre, London, 1977. John Gielgud. - Derek Speirs - 17-11-1977
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17-11-1977 Half Life written by Julian Mitchell, National Theatre, London, 1977. John Gielgud. © Derek Speirs
Half Life written by Julian Mitchell, starring John Gielgud, National Theatre, London, 1977. - Derek Speirs - 17-11-1977
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17-11-1977 Half Life written by Julian Mitchell, starring John Gielgud, National Theatre, London, 1977. © Derek Speirs
Eduardo De Filippo's Filumena, directed by Franco Zefferelli, Lyric Theatre, London, 1977. Joan Plowright and Colin Blakely as Filumena Marturano and Domenico Soriano. - Derek Speirs - 02-11-1977
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02-11-1977 Eduardo De Filippo's Filumena, directed by Franco Zefferelli, Lyric Theatre, London, 1977. Joan Plowright and Colin Blakely as Filumena Marturano and Domenico Soriano. © Derek Speirs
Joan Plowright & Colin Blakely (C) playing Filumena Marturano & Domenico Soriano, Filumena by Eduardo De Filippo, Lyric Theatre, London 1977. L to R behind Cristopher Guard, Trevor Eve, Jane Gurnett,... - Derek Speirs - 02-11-1977
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02-11-1977 Joan Plowright & Colin Blakely (C) playing Filumena Marturano & Domenico Soriano, Filumena by Eduardo De Filippo, Lyric Theatre, London 1977. L to R behind Cristopher Guard, Trevor Eve, Jane Gurnett,... © Derek Speirs
Janet Suzman in The Good Woman Of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1977. - John Sturrock - 05-10-1977
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05-10-1977 Janet Suzman in The Good Woman Of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1977. © John Sturrock
Janet Suzman in The Good Woman Of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1977. - John Sturrock - 05-10-1977
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05-10-1977 Janet Suzman in The Good Woman Of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1977. © John Sturrock
The Plough & The Stars by Sean O'Casey, Olivier Theatre in London, 1977. Tony Doyle and Susan Fleetwood. - John Sturrock - 14-09-1977
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14-09-1977 The Plough & The Stars by Sean O'Casey, Olivier Theatre in London, 1977. Tony Doyle and Susan Fleetwood. © John Sturrock
Actress Liz Smith in The Swing by Edward Bond 1976, The Almost Free Theatre, London - Chris Davies - 21-11-1976
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21-11-1976 Actress Liz Smith in The Swing by Edward Bond 1976, The Almost Free Theatre, London © Chris Davies
Bill Bryden directing Il Campiello by Carlo Goldoni, National Theatre, London, 1976 - Chris Davies - 21-10-1976
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21-10-1976 Bill Bryden directing Il Campiello by Carlo Goldoni, National Theatre, London, 1976 © Chris Davies
Mia Farrow and John Wood in RSC production of Ivanov, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 - Chris Davies - 01-09-1976
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01-09-1976 Mia Farrow and John Wood in RSC production of Ivanov, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 © Chris Davies
Mia Farrow and John Wood in RSC production of Ivanov, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 - Chris Davies - 01-09-1976
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01-09-1976 Mia Farrow and John Wood in RSC production of Ivanov, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 © Chris Davies
Sebastian Shaw and Mia Farrow in RSC production of Ivanov, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 - Chris Davies - 01-09-1976
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01-09-1976 Sebastian Shaw and Mia Farrow in RSC production of Ivanov, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 © Chris Davies
Zoe Wanamaker (L) and Tom Conti in The Devil's Disciple by George Bernard Shaw, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 - Chris Davies - 07-07-1976
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07-07-1976 Zoe Wanamaker (L) and Tom Conti in The Devil's Disciple by George Bernard Shaw, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 © Chris Davies
Tom Conti in The Devil's Disciple by George Bernard Shaw, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 - Chris Davies - 07-07-1976
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07-07-1976 Tom Conti in The Devil's Disciple by George Bernard Shaw, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1976 © Chris Davies
Lydia Lisle and James Aubrey in Amy and the Price of Cotton by Michael McGrath, Royal Court 1976 - Chris Davies - 28-06-1976
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28-06-1976 Lydia Lisle and James Aubrey in Amy and the Price of Cotton by Michael McGrath, Royal Court 1976 © Chris Davies
Celia Gregory and James Aubrey in Amy and the Price of Cotton by Michael McGrath, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs 1976 - Chris Davies - 28-06-1976
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28-06-1976 Celia Gregory and James Aubrey in Amy and the Price of Cotton by Michael McGrath, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs 1976 © Chris Davies
Celia Gregory and James Aubrey in Amy and the Price of Cotton by Michael McGrath, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs 1976 - Chris Davies - 28-06-1976
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28-06-1976 Celia Gregory and James Aubrey in Amy and the Price of Cotton by Michael McGrath, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs 1976 © Chris Davies
Billie Whitelaw in Footfalls by Samuel Beckett, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1976 - Chris Davies - 16-05-1976
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16-05-1976 Billie Whitelaw in Footfalls by Samuel Beckett, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1976 © Chris Davies
Billie Whitelaw in Footfalls by Samuel Beckett, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1976 - Chris Davies - 16-05-1976
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16-05-1976 Billie Whitelaw in Footfalls by Samuel Beckett, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1976 © Chris Davies
Jonathan Pryce in Lenz written by Mike Stott, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1976. - John Sturrock - 08-04-1976
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08-04-1976 Jonathan Pryce in Lenz written by Mike Stott, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1976. © John Sturrock
Jonathan Pryce in Lenz written by Mike Stott, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1976. - John Sturrock - 08-04-1976
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08-04-1976 Jonathan Pryce in Lenz written by Mike Stott, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1976. © John Sturrock
Susannah York in The Great Ban by Michael Wells, Almost Free Theatre, London, 1976. - John Sturrock - 11-01-1976
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11-01-1976 Susannah York in The Great Ban by Michael Wells, Almost Free Theatre, London, 1976. © John Sturrock
Victoria Wood, Lindsay Ingram, Roger McGough, Andy Roberts and John Gorman (L to R) in Wordplay written by and starring Roger McGough, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1975 - John Sturrock - 08-12-1975
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08-12-1975 Victoria Wood, Lindsay Ingram, Roger McGough, Andy Roberts and John Gorman (L to R) in Wordplay written by and starring Roger McGough, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1975 © John Sturrock
Philip Sayer and Lesley Joseph in Morecambe written by Franz Koetz, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1975. - John Sturrock - 08-12-1975
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08-12-1975 Philip Sayer and Lesley Joseph in Morecambe written by Franz Koetz, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1975. © John Sturrock
East, written by and starring Steven Berkoff (R) King's Head Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 19-09-1975
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19-09-1975 East, written by and starring Steven Berkoff (R) King's Head Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
East, written by and starring Steven Berkoff, King's Head Theatre, London, 1975 Anna Nygh - Chris Davies - 19-09-1975
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19-09-1975 East, written by and starring Steven Berkoff, King's Head Theatre, London, 1975 Anna Nygh © Chris Davies
East, written by and starring Steven Berkoff (R) King's Head Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 19-09-1975
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19-09-1975 East, written by and starring Steven Berkoff (R) King's Head Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
East, written by and starring Steven Berkoff, King's Head Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 19-09-1975
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19-09-1975 East, written by and starring Steven Berkoff, King's Head Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Mia Farrow as Ann Leete and Richard Pasco as Lord John Carp RSC production of The Marrying Of Ann Leete, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 15-09-1975
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15-09-1975 Mia Farrow as Ann Leete and Richard Pasco as Lord John Carp RSC production of The Marrying Of Ann Leete, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Estelle Kohler as Sarah Cottesham in RSC production of The Marrying Of Ann Leete, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 15-09-1975
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15-09-1975 Estelle Kohler as Sarah Cottesham in RSC production of The Marrying Of Ann Leete, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Mia Farrow as Ann Leete, RSC production of The Marrying Of Ann Leete, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 15-09-1975
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15-09-1975 Mia Farrow as Ann Leete, RSC production of The Marrying Of Ann Leete, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Hugh Fraser as Peyote on bass guitar and Helen Mirren singing as Maggie Frisby in Teeth 'N' Smiles, written and directed by David Hare, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 02-09-1975
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02-09-1975 Hugh Fraser as Peyote on bass guitar and Helen Mirren singing as Maggie Frisby in Teeth 'N' Smiles, written and directed by David Hare, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Hugh Fraser as Peyote on bass guitar and Helen Mirren singing as Maggie Frisby in Teeth 'N' Smiles, written and directed by David Hare, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 02-09-1975
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02-09-1975 Hugh Fraser as Peyote on bass guitar and Helen Mirren singing as Maggie Frisby in Teeth 'N' Smiles, written and directed by David Hare, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Hugh Fraser as Peyote on bass guitar and Helen Mirren singing as Maggie Frisby in Teeth 'N' Smiles, written and directed by David Hare, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 02-09-1975
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02-09-1975 Hugh Fraser as Peyote on bass guitar and Helen Mirren singing as Maggie Frisby in Teeth 'N' Smiles, written and directed by David Hare, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Colin Bennett, Amanda Knott, Bob Hoskins and Veronica Clifford in Happy End by Bertolt Brecht, Lyric Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 23-08-1975
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23-08-1975 Colin Bennett, Amanda Knott, Bob Hoskins and Veronica Clifford in Happy End by Bertolt Brecht, Lyric Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Bob Hoskins and Angela Richards in Happy End by Bertolt Brecht, Lyric Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 23-08-1975
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23-08-1975 Bob Hoskins and Angela Richards in Happy End by Bertolt Brecht, Lyric Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Richard Briers, Peter Bowles, Cheryl Kennedy and Phyllida Law in Absent Friends by Alan Ayckbourn, Garrick Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 22-07-1975
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22-07-1975 Richard Briers, Peter Bowles, Cheryl Kennedy and Phyllida Law in Absent Friends by Alan Ayckbourn, Garrick Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Richard Briers, Cheryl Kennedy and Phyllida Law in Absent Friends by Alan Ayckbourn, Garrick Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 22-07-1975
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22-07-1975 Richard Briers, Cheryl Kennedy and Phyllida Law in Absent Friends by Alan Ayckbourn, Garrick Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Glenda Jackson and Jennie Linden in RSC production of Hedda Gabler directed by Trevor Nunn, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 14-07-1975
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14-07-1975 Glenda Jackson and Jennie Linden in RSC production of Hedda Gabler directed by Trevor Nunn, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Glenda Jackson in an RSC production of Hedda Gabler directed by Trevor Nunn, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 14-07-1975
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14-07-1975 Glenda Jackson in an RSC production of Hedda Gabler directed by Trevor Nunn, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Pete Postlethwaite in Corialanus by Bertolt Brecht, adapted from Shakespeare, Everyman Theatre, Liverpool,1975. This was the British premiere of the play as staged in English; the only other productio... - John Sturrock - 16-04-1975
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16-04-1975 Pete Postlethwaite in Corialanus by Bertolt Brecht, adapted from Shakespeare, Everyman Theatre, Liverpool,1975. This was the British premiere of the play as staged in English; the only other productio... © John Sturrock
Pete Postlethwaite in Corialanus by Bertolt Brecht, adapted from Shakespeare, Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, 1975. This was the British premiere of the play as staged in English; the only other producti... - John Sturrock - 16-04-1975
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16-04-1975 Pete Postlethwaite in Corialanus by Bertolt Brecht, adapted from Shakespeare, Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, 1975. This was the British premiere of the play as staged in English; the only other producti... © John Sturrock
Pete Postlethwaite in Corialanus by Bertolt Brecht, adapted from Shakespeare, Everyman Theatre, Liverpool,1975. This was the British premiere of the play as staged in English; the only other productio... - John Sturrock - 16-04-1975
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16-04-1975 Pete Postlethwaite in Corialanus by Bertolt Brecht, adapted from Shakespeare, Everyman Theatre, Liverpool,1975. This was the British premiere of the play as staged in English; the only other productio... © John Sturrock
Malcolm McDowell and Beryl Reid in Entertaining Mr Sloane by Joe Orton, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 16-04-1975
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16-04-1975 Malcolm McDowell and Beryl Reid in Entertaining Mr Sloane by Joe Orton, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Malcolm McDowell and Beryl Reid in Entertaining Mr Sloane by Joe Orton, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 16-04-1975
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16-04-1975 Malcolm McDowell and Beryl Reid in Entertaining Mr Sloane by Joe Orton, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Malcolm McDowell and Beryl Reid in Entertaining Mr Sloane by Joe Orton, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 16-04-1975
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16-04-1975 Malcolm McDowell and Beryl Reid in Entertaining Mr Sloane by Joe Orton, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Alec Guinness and Margaret Leighton in A Family And A Fortune by Julian Mitchell, Apollo Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 08-04-1975
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08-04-1975 Alec Guinness and Margaret Leighton in A Family And A Fortune by Julian Mitchell, Apollo Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Alec Guinness and Margaret Leighton in A Family And A Fortune by Julian Mitchell, Apollo Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 08-04-1975
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08-04-1975 Alec Guinness and Margaret Leighton in A Family And A Fortune by Julian Mitchell, Apollo Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Billie Whitelaw, Alphabetical Order, a comedy by Michael Frayn, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1975 - Peter Harrap - 05-03-1975
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05-03-1975 Billie Whitelaw, Alphabetical Order, a comedy by Michael Frayn, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1975 © Peter Harrap
Joanna Lumley in The End Of Me Old Cigar by John Osbourne, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 14-01-1975
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14-01-1975 Joanna Lumley in The End Of Me Old Cigar by John Osbourne, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Joanna Lumley in The End Of Me Old Cigar by John Osbourne, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 14-01-1975
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14-01-1975 Joanna Lumley in The End Of Me Old Cigar by John Osbourne, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Rachel Roberts in The End Of Me Old Cigar by John Osbourne, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1975 - Chris Davies - 14-01-1975
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14-01-1975 Rachel Roberts in The End Of Me Old Cigar by John Osbourne, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1975 © Chris Davies
Ian McKellen in The Marquis of Keith by Frank Wedekind, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1974 - Chris Davies - 19-11-1974
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19-11-1974 Ian McKellen in The Marquis of Keith by Frank Wedekind, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1974 © Chris Davies
Sara Kestelman and Ian McKellen in The Marquis of Keith by Frank Wedekind, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1974 - Chris Davies - 19-11-1974
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19-11-1974 Sara Kestelman and Ian McKellen in The Marquis of Keith by Frank Wedekind, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1974 © Chris Davies
Playwright Alan Ayckbourn with a poster of his comedy idol Buster Keaton London 1974 - Chris Davies - 30-10-1974
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30-10-1974 Playwright Alan Ayckbourn with a poster of his comedy idol Buster Keaton London 1974 © Chris Davies
NIgerian playwright and poet Wole Soyinka London 1974. In 1986 Soyinka won the Nobel Prize in Literature, the first Afircan to be honoured in that category - Chris Davies - 12-10-1974
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12-10-1974 NIgerian playwright and poet Wole Soyinka London 1974. In 1986 Soyinka won the Nobel Prize in Literature, the first Afircan to be honoured in that category © Chris Davies
Stephen Rea and Stephen Moore in Action by Sam Shepard, Apollo Theatre, London, 1974 - Chris Davies - 16-09-1974
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16-09-1974 Stephen Rea and Stephen Moore in Action by Sam Shepard, Apollo Theatre, London, 1974 © Chris Davies
Stephen Rea and Stephen Moore in Action by Sam Shepard, Apollo Theatre, London, 1974 - Chris Davies - 16-09-1974
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16-09-1974 Stephen Rea and Stephen Moore in Action by Sam Shepard, Apollo Theatre, London, 1974 © Chris Davies
Playwright David Edgar London 1974 - Peter Harrap - 12-09-1974
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12-09-1974 Playwright David Edgar London 1974 © Peter Harrap
Theatre Director Max Stafford-Clark co-founder of the Joint Stock Theatre Company London 1974 - Chris Davies - 12-09-1974
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12-09-1974 Theatre Director Max Stafford-Clark co-founder of the Joint Stock Theatre Company London 1974 © Chris Davies
Timothy Dalton and Paul Hardwick, Henry IV, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1974 - Peter Harrap - 03-09-1974
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03-09-1974 Timothy Dalton and Paul Hardwick, Henry IV, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1974 © Peter Harrap
Timothy Dalton and Paul Hardwick, Henry IV, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1974 - Peter Harrap - 03-09-1974
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03-09-1974 Timothy Dalton and Paul Hardwick, Henry IV, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1974 © Peter Harrap
Birdchild, Theatre Upstairs, Royal Court, London, 1974. Nigel Hawthorne. - Peter Harrap - 22-04-1974
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22-04-1974 Birdchild, Theatre Upstairs, Royal Court, London, 1974. Nigel Hawthorne. © Peter Harrap
Kenneth Cranham (Santee) , Bob Hoskins (Beaujo) and Stephen Rea (Cody) in Geography Of A Horse Dreamer written and directed by Sam Shepard, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974 - Chris Davies - 18-02-1974
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18-02-1974 Kenneth Cranham (Santee) , Bob Hoskins (Beaujo) and Stephen Rea (Cody) in Geography Of A Horse Dreamer written and directed by Sam Shepard, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974 © Chris Davies
Neil Johnston as Fingers, Kenneth Cranham as Santee, Bob Hoskins as Beaujo & Stephen Rea as Cody in Geography Of A Horse Dreamer by Sam Shepard, Upstairs at the Royal Court Theatre, London, 1974 - Chris Davies - 18-02-1974
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18-02-1974 Neil Johnston as Fingers, Kenneth Cranham as Santee, Bob Hoskins as Beaujo & Stephen Rea as Cody in Geography Of A Horse Dreamer by Sam Shepard, Upstairs at the Royal Court Theatre, London, 1974 © Chris Davies
Kenneth Cranham (Santee) , Bob Hoskins (Beaujo) and Stephen Rea (Cody) in Geography Of A Horse Dreamer written and directed by Sam Shepard, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974 - Chris Davies - 18-02-1974
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18-02-1974 Kenneth Cranham (Santee) , Bob Hoskins (Beaujo) and Stephen Rea (Cody) in Geography Of A Horse Dreamer written and directed by Sam Shepard, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974 © Chris Davies
The Maids by Jean Genet staged at the Greenwich Theatre in London, 1974, starring Susannah York as Claire & Glenda Jackson as Solange. - Bente Fasmer - 14-02-1974
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14-02-1974 The Maids by Jean Genet staged at the Greenwich Theatre in London, 1974, starring Susannah York as Claire & Glenda Jackson as Solange. © Bente Fasmer
The Maids by Jean Genet staged at the Greenwich Theatre in London, 1974, starring Susannah York as Claire & Glenda Jackson as Solange. - Bente Fasmer - 14-02-1974
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14-02-1974 The Maids by Jean Genet staged at the Greenwich Theatre in London, 1974, starring Susannah York as Claire & Glenda Jackson as Solange. © Bente Fasmer
The Maids by Jean Genet staged at the Greenwich Theatre in London, 1974, starring Glenda Jackson as Solange. - Bente Fasmer - 14-02-1974
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14-02-1974 The Maids by Jean Genet staged at the Greenwich Theatre in London, 1974, starring Glenda Jackson as Solange. © Bente Fasmer
Glenda Jackson in disucssion with Director, Minos Volanakis on the set of The Maids by Jean Genet staged at the Greenwich Theatre, London, 1974. - Bente Fasmer - 14-02-1974
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14-02-1974 Glenda Jackson in disucssion with Director, Minos Volanakis on the set of The Maids by Jean Genet staged at the Greenwich Theatre, London, 1974. © Bente Fasmer
An adaption of Henry IV by Luigi Pirandello starring Rex Harrison, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, 1974. - Peter Harrap - 13-02-1974
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13-02-1974 An adaption of Henry IV by Luigi Pirandello starring Rex Harrison, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, 1974. © Peter Harrap
An adaption of Henry IV by Luigi Pirandello starring Rex Harrison, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, 1974. - Peter Harrap - 13-02-1974
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13-02-1974 An adaption of Henry IV by Luigi Pirandello starring Rex Harrison, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, 1974. © Peter Harrap
Simon Callow (L) Richard Beckinsale, Mrs. Grabowski's Academy by John Antrobus, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974 - Peter Harrap - 05-02-1974
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05-02-1974 Simon Callow (L) Richard Beckinsale, Mrs. Grabowski's Academy by John Antrobus, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974 © Peter Harrap
Simon Callow, left, Richard Beckinsale, right, and Denis Lawson in Mrs. Grabowski's Academy by John Antrobus, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974 - Peter Harrap - 05-02-1974
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05-02-1974 Simon Callow, left, Richard Beckinsale, right, and Denis Lawson in Mrs. Grabowski's Academy by John Antrobus, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974 © Peter Harrap
Flowers, A Pantomime for Jean Genet, Bush Theatre, London, 1974. Lindsay Kemp (c) and Neil Caplan (r) - Peter Harrap - 03-01-1974
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03-01-1974 Flowers, A Pantomime for Jean Genet, Bush Theatre, London, 1974. Lindsay Kemp (c) and Neil Caplan (r) © Peter Harrap
Playwright and director, Athol Fugard (R) on the set of his play, The Island, The Royal Court Theatre, London 1973 - Chris Davies - 31-12-1973
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31-12-1973 Playwright and director, Athol Fugard (R) on the set of his play, The Island, The Royal Court Theatre, London 1973 © Chris Davies
A Patriot For Me by John Osbourne, Watford Palace Theatre, 1973. Marianne Faithfull as Countess Sophia and Michael Byrne as Colonel Redl. - Peter Harrap - 27-11-1973
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27-11-1973 A Patriot For Me by John Osbourne, Watford Palace Theatre, 1973. Marianne Faithfull as Countess Sophia and Michael Byrne as Colonel Redl. © Peter Harrap
A Patriot For Me by John Osbourne, Watford Palace Theatre, 1973. Marianne Faithfull as Countess Sophia. - Peter Harrap - 27-11-1973
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27-11-1973 A Patriot For Me by John Osbourne, Watford Palace Theatre, 1973. Marianne Faithfull as Countess Sophia. © Peter Harrap
Playwirght, Edward Bond, on the set of his play BINGO, Northcott Theatre, Exeter, 1973. - Peter Harrap - 13-11-1973
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13-11-1973 Playwirght, Edward Bond, on the set of his play BINGO, Northcott Theatre, Exeter, 1973. © Peter Harrap
Playwirght, Edward Bond, on the set of his play BING, Northcott Theatre, Exeter, 1973. - Peter Harrap - 13-11-1973
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13-11-1973 Playwirght, Edward Bond, on the set of his play BING, Northcott Theatre, Exeter, 1973. © Peter Harrap
Ex-docker and trade union leader Jack Dash starring in the play Get Off My Back written by Johnnie Quarrell, Half Moon Theatre, London, 1973 - Peter Harrap - 16-10-1973
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16-10-1973 Ex-docker and trade union leader Jack Dash starring in the play Get Off My Back written by Johnnie Quarrell, Half Moon Theatre, London, 1973 © Peter Harrap
Ex-docker and trade union leader Jack Dash starring in the play Get Off My Back written by Johnnie Quarrell, Half Moon Theatre, London, 1973 - Peter Harrap - 16-10-1973
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16-10-1973 Ex-docker and trade union leader Jack Dash starring in the play Get Off My Back written by Johnnie Quarrell, Half Moon Theatre, London, 1973 © Peter Harrap
Athol Fugard on the set of his play, Sizwe banzi Is Dead, staged Upstairs at the Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 - Chris Davies - 18-09-1973
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18-09-1973 Athol Fugard on the set of his play, Sizwe banzi Is Dead, staged Upstairs at the Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 © Chris Davies
John Kani as Styles Buntu in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 - Chris Davies - 18-09-1973
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18-09-1973 John Kani as Styles Buntu in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 © Chris Davies
John Kani as Styles Buntu in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 - Chris Davies - 18-09-1973
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18-09-1973 John Kani as Styles Buntu in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 © Chris Davies
John Kani as Styles Buntu and Winston Ntshona as Sizwe Banzi (R) in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 - Chris Davies - 18-09-1973
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18-09-1973 John Kani as Styles Buntu and Winston Ntshona as Sizwe Banzi (R) in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 © Chris Davies
John Kani as Styles Buntu and Winston Ntshona as Sizwe Banzi (R) in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 - Chris Davies - 18-09-1973
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18-09-1973 John Kani as Styles Buntu and Winston Ntshona as Sizwe Banzi (R) in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 © Chris Davies
Winston Ntshona as Sizwe Banzi (R) in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 - Chris Davies - 18-09-1973
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18-09-1973 Winston Ntshona as Sizwe Banzi (R) in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 © Chris Davies
John Kani as Styles Buntu and Winston Ntshona as Sizwe Banzi (R) in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 - Chris Davies - 18-09-1973
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18-09-1973 John Kani as Styles Buntu and Winston Ntshona as Sizwe Banzi (R) in Sizwe Banzi Is Dead by Athol Fugard The Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973 © Chris Davies
A Nightingale In Bloomsbury Square, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. ~Richard Wilson, Sian Phillips and Eleanor Bron. - Peter Harrap - 17-09-1973
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17-09-1973 A Nightingale In Bloomsbury Square, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. ~Richard Wilson, Sian Phillips and Eleanor Bron. © Peter Harrap
A Nightingale In Bloomsbury Square, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. ~Eleanor Bron and Sian Phillips. - Peter Harrap - 17-09-1973
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17-09-1973 A Nightingale In Bloomsbury Square, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. ~Eleanor Bron and Sian Phillips. © Peter Harrap
Nigel Hawthorne as Herr Furcke and Celestine Randall as Frau Furcke in The Jewish Wife by Bertolt Brecht, Boltons Theatre, Earls Court, London, 1973 - Chris Davies - 31-08-1973
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31-08-1973 Nigel Hawthorne as Herr Furcke and Celestine Randall as Frau Furcke in The Jewish Wife by Bertolt Brecht, Boltons Theatre, Earls Court, London, 1973 © Chris Davies
Patrick Garland directing Mad Dog, Hampstead Theatre Club, London 1973 - Chris Davies - 09-08-1973
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09-08-1973 Patrick Garland directing Mad Dog, Hampstead Theatre Club, London 1973 © Chris Davies
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