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A potter in front of her ceramic shop, in New Delhi. - Tashi Tobgyal - 03-02-2009
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03-02-2009 A potter in front of her ceramic shop, in New Delhi. © Tashi Tobgyal
Members of the public queueing to buy tickets for West End theatre productions - Stefano Cagnoni - 23-06-2008
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23-06-2008 Members of the public queueing to buy tickets for West End theatre productions © Stefano Cagnoni
Members of the public queueing to buy tickets for West End theatre productions - Stefano Cagnoni - 23-06-2008
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23-06-2008 Members of the public queueing to buy tickets for West End theatre productions © Stefano Cagnoni
Members of the public queueing to buy tickets for West End theatre productions - Stefano Cagnoni - 23-06-2008
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23-06-2008 Members of the public queueing to buy tickets for West End theatre productions © Stefano Cagnoni
Members of the public queueing to buy tickets for West End theatre productions - Stefano Cagnoni - 23-06-2008
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23-06-2008 Members of the public queueing to buy tickets for West End theatre productions © Stefano Cagnoni
Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. - Rogan Macdonald - 01-02-2007
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01-02-2007 Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. © Rogan Macdonald
Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. - Rogan Macdonald - 01-02-2007
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01-02-2007 Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. © Rogan Macdonald
Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. - Rogan Macdonald - 01-02-2007
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01-02-2007 Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. © Rogan Macdonald
Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. - Rogan Macdonald - 01-02-2007
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01-02-2007 Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. © Rogan Macdonald
Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. - Rogan Macdonald - 01-02-2007
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01-02-2007 Jonathan Dimbleby hosts 'The Big Debate,' made for Teachers TV. In which they discuss the future of primary school teaching. © Rogan Macdonald
A theatre production called 'Refuse' about young people, sex and relationships . The play is about a refuse collection worker who finds an abandoned baby in a rubbish bin. Performed at the Melville th... - Paul Box - 16-10-2005
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16-10-2005 A theatre production called 'Refuse' about young people, sex and relationships . The play is about a refuse collection worker who finds an abandoned baby in a rubbish bin. Performed at the Melville th... © Paul Box
A market garden and vegetable nursery, at a community-based scheme in a rural shanty town to support children orphaned by AIDS and related illnesses. Organised by SWAPOL (Swaziland for Positive Living... - Gerry McCann - 26-04-2005
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26-04-2005 A market garden and vegetable nursery, at a community-based scheme in a rural shanty town to support children orphaned by AIDS and related illnesses. Organised by SWAPOL (Swaziland for Positive Living... © Gerry McCann
Workers cultivating a small piece of land, at a community-based scheme in a rural shanty town to support children orphaned by AIDS and related illnesses. Organised by SWAPOL (Swaziland for Positive Li... - Gerry McCann - 26-04-2005
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26-04-2005 Workers cultivating a small piece of land, at a community-based scheme in a rural shanty town to support children orphaned by AIDS and related illnesses. Organised by SWAPOL (Swaziland for Positive Li... © Gerry McCann
Workers cultivating a small piece of land, at a community-based scheme in a rural shanty town to support children orphaned by AIDS and related illnesses. Organised by SWAPOL (Swaziland for Positive Li... - Gerry McCann - 26-04-2005
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26-04-2005 Workers cultivating a small piece of land, at a community-based scheme in a rural shanty town to support children orphaned by AIDS and related illnesses. Organised by SWAPOL (Swaziland for Positive Li... © Gerry McCann
Workers cultivating a small piece of land, at a community-based scheme in a rural shanty town to support children orphaned by AIDS and related illnesses. Organised by SWAPOL (Swaziland for Positive Li... - Gerry McCann - 26-04-2005
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26-04-2005 Workers cultivating a small piece of land, at a community-based scheme in a rural shanty town to support children orphaned by AIDS and related illnesses. Organised by SWAPOL (Swaziland for Positive Li... © Gerry McCann
Boohbah doll in the shop window at Ragdoll Productions, Stratford on Avon. - John Harris - 20-05-2003
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20-05-2003 Boohbah doll in the shop window at Ragdoll Productions, Stratford on Avon. © John Harris
Teletubbies from the TV show in the shop window at Ragdoll Productions, Stratford on Avon. Tinky Winky, Dipsy, La-La, Po - Jess Hurd - 20-05-2003
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20-05-2003 Teletubbies from the TV show in the shop window at Ragdoll Productions, Stratford on Avon. Tinky Winky, Dipsy, La-La, Po © Jess Hurd
Writer Andy Hamilton reading the script on the film set of the popular television series, Drop The Dead Donkey - Janina Struk - 18-02-1994
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18-02-1994 Writer Andy Hamilton reading the script on the film set of the popular television series, Drop The Dead Donkey © Janina Struk
Steven Berkoff directing and starring in Greek, The Half Moon Theatre, London, 1980. - Ian McIntosh - 12-02-1980
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12-02-1980 Steven Berkoff directing and starring in Greek, The Half Moon Theatre, London, 1980. © Ian McIntosh
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Photo shows... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Photo shows... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Leonard Ros... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Leonard Ros... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Don Warring... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Don Warring... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Leonard Ros... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Leonard Ros... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Don Warring... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Don Warring... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Leonard Ros... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Leonard Ros... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Former Manf... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Former Manf... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Lenoard Ros... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Lenoard Ros... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Don Warring... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Don Warring... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Don Warring... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Don Warring... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Leonard Ros... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Leonard Ros... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Former Manf... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Former Manf... © Peter Harrap
The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Former Manf... - Peter Harrap - 17-05-1973
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17-05-1973 The Banana Box, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. The play was later turned into Rising Damp, a highly successful ITV comedy starring many of the original cast from this theatre production. Former Manf... © Peter Harrap
The Mother by Bertolt Brecht, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1973. Mary Sheen playing Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother. - Peter Harrap - 07-05-1973
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07-05-1973 The Mother by Bertolt Brecht, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1973. Mary Sheen playing Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother. © Peter Harrap
The Mother by Bertolt Brecht, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1973. Mary Sheen as Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother, Alex Leppard as Pavel Vlasov, left, and Geoffrey Wilkinson a... - Peter Harrap - 07-05-1973
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07-05-1973 The Mother by Bertolt Brecht, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1973. Mary Sheen as Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother, Alex Leppard as Pavel Vlasov, left, and Geoffrey Wilkinson a... © Peter Harrap
The Mother by Bertolt Brecht, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1973. Mary Sheen playing Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother. - Peter Harrap - 07-05-1973
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07-05-1973 The Mother by Bertolt Brecht, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1973. Mary Sheen playing Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother. © Peter Harrap
The Mother by Bertolt Brecht, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London,1973. Mary Sheen as Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother and Robin Summers as Andrei Nakhodka. - Peter Harrap - 07-05-1973
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07-05-1973 The Mother by Bertolt Brecht, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London,1973. Mary Sheen as Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother and Robin Summers as Andrei Nakhodka. © Peter Harrap
The Mother by Bertolt Brecht staged, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1973. Mary Sheen as Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother and Michael Irving as Nikolai Vesovchikov. - Peter Harrap - 07-05-1973
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07-05-1973 The Mother by Bertolt Brecht staged, Half Moon Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1973. Mary Sheen as Pelagea Vlasova, The Mother and Michael Irving as Nikolai Vesovchikov. © Peter Harrap
The Emperor Jones by Eugene O'Neill, Dark & Light Theatre, Brixton, 1973.  Thomas Baptiste as Brutus Jones. - David Morris - 25-04-1973
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25-04-1973 The Emperor Jones by Eugene O'Neill, Dark & Light Theatre, Brixton, 1973. Thomas Baptiste as Brutus Jones. © David Morris
The Emperor Jones by Eugene O'Neill, Dark & Light Theatre, Brixton, 1973.  Bill Nighy in foreground. - David Morris - 25-04-1973
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25-04-1973 The Emperor Jones by Eugene O'Neill, Dark & Light Theatre, Brixton, 1973. Bill Nighy in foreground. © David Morris
The Black & White Minstrels by C P Taylor, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. Tom Conti. - Peter Harrap - 21-01-1973
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21-01-1973 The Black & White Minstrels by C P Taylor, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1973. Tom Conti. © Peter Harrap
Richard's Cork Leg by Brendan Behan with Irish folk band, The Dubliners, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1972. Ronnie Drew plays guitar. - Patrick Eagar - 09-09-1972
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09-09-1972 Richard's Cork Leg by Brendan Behan with Irish folk band, The Dubliners, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1972. Ronnie Drew plays guitar. © Patrick Eagar
Richard's Cork Leg by Brendan Behan with Irish folk band, The Dubliners, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1972. Luke Kelly and Barney MacKenna, in background. - Patrick Eagar - 09-09-1972
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09-09-1972 Richard's Cork Leg by Brendan Behan with Irish folk band, The Dubliners, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1972. Luke Kelly and Barney MacKenna, in background. © Patrick Eagar
Richard's Cork Leg by Brendan Behan with Irish folk band, The Dubliners, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1972. Ciaron Bourke, in coffin, and John Sheehan. - Patrick Eagar - 09-09-1972
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09-09-1972 Richard's Cork Leg by Brendan Behan with Irish folk band, The Dubliners, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1972. Ciaron Bourke, in coffin, and John Sheehan. © Patrick Eagar
1789 - The First Year Of The Revolution performed by The Paris Theatre Du Soleil, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1971. - Keith Bailey - 12-10-1971
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12-10-1971 1789 - The First Year Of The Revolution performed by The Paris Theatre Du Soleil, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1971. © Keith Bailey
1789 - The First Year Of The Revolution performed by The Paris Theatre Du Soleil, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1971. - Keith Bailey - 12-10-1971
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12-10-1971 1789 - The First Year Of The Revolution performed by The Paris Theatre Du Soleil, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1971. © Keith Bailey
King Stag by Carlo Gotzi, the first ever production at the Young Vic in 1970 staged especially for children. Starring Harold Innocent as Tartaglia & Janet Gahan as Clarissa - Gail Clarke Hall - 21-12-1970
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21-12-1970 King Stag by Carlo Gotzi, the first ever production at the Young Vic in 1970 staged especially for children. Starring Harold Innocent as Tartaglia & Janet Gahan as Clarissa © Gail Clarke Hall
Author, Alan Sillitoe, on the set of This Foreign Field, his first ever play written for the stage, at the Oval Theatre in London, 1970. - Bente Fasmer - 25-03-1970
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25-03-1970 Author, Alan Sillitoe, on the set of This Foreign Field, his first ever play written for the stage, at the Oval Theatre in London, 1970. © Bente Fasmer
Author, Alan Sillitoe, on the set of This Foreign Field, his first ever play written for the stage, at the Oval Theatre in London in 1970. - Bente Fasmer - 25-03-1970
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25-03-1970 Author, Alan Sillitoe, on the set of This Foreign Field, his first ever play written for the stage, at the Oval Theatre in London in 1970. © Bente Fasmer
Bolton based theatre company, The Octagon Road Show, led by Ken Campbell, in a production at The Cockpit Theatre on their first visit to London in 1970. - Mary Elgin - 16-02-1970
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16-02-1970 Bolton based theatre company, The Octagon Road Show, led by Ken Campbell, in a production at The Cockpit Theatre on their first visit to London in 1970. © Mary Elgin
Bob Hoskins in an early role in drag for The Octagon Road Show, in a production at The Cockpit Theatre on their first visit to London in 1970. - Mary Elgin - 16-02-1970
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16-02-1970 Bob Hoskins in an early role in drag for The Octagon Road Show, in a production at The Cockpit Theatre on their first visit to London in 1970. © Mary Elgin
Bolton based theatre company, The Octagon Road Show, in a production at The Cockpit Theatre on their first visit to London in 1970. An early role for Bob Hoskins, with Jane Wood. - Mary Elgin - 16-02-1970
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16-02-1970 Bolton based theatre company, The Octagon Road Show, in a production at The Cockpit Theatre on their first visit to London in 1970. An early role for Bob Hoskins, with Jane Wood. © Mary Elgin
Macbeth, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1969, Thelma Holt as Lady Macbeth. - Patrick Eagar - 19-05-1969
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19-05-1969 Macbeth, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1969, Thelma Holt as Lady Macbeth. © Patrick Eagar
Macbeth, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1969. Thelma Holt as Lady Macbeth. - Patrick Eagar - 19-05-1969
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19-05-1969 Macbeth, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1969. Thelma Holt as Lady Macbeth. © Patrick Eagar
Macbeth, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London 1969. Thelma Holt as Lady Macbeth and Nikolas Simmonds as Macbeth. - Patrick Eagar - 19-05-1969
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19-05-1969 Macbeth, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London 1969. Thelma Holt as Lady Macbeth and Nikolas Simmonds as Macbeth. © Patrick Eagar
What The Butler Saw: Joe Orton's last play premiered at the Queen's Theatre, London, 1969. From left to right: Stanley Baxter, Ralph Richardson and Julia Foster. - Patrick Eagar - 05-03-1969
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05-03-1969 What The Butler Saw: Joe Orton's last play premiered at the Queen's Theatre, London, 1969. From left to right: Stanley Baxter, Ralph Richardson and Julia Foster. © Patrick Eagar
What The Butler Saw: Joe Orton's last play premiered at the Queen's Theatre, London, 1969. Coral Browne and Hayward Morse. - Patrick Eagar - 05-03-1969
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05-03-1969 What The Butler Saw: Joe Orton's last play premiered at the Queen's Theatre, London, 1969. Coral Browne and Hayward Morse. © Patrick Eagar
Ex-Manfred Mann singer Paul Jones in Muzeeka by John Gare, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1969 - Patrick Eagar - 25-02-1969
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25-02-1969 Ex-Manfred Mann singer Paul Jones in Muzeeka by John Gare, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1969 © Patrick Eagar
Connie Booth and Paul Jones in Muzeeka by John Gare, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1969 - Patrick Eagar - 25-02-1969
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25-02-1969 Connie Booth and Paul Jones in Muzeeka by John Gare, Open Space Theatre in Tottenham Court Road, London, 1969 © Patrick Eagar
English Marxist playwright, John Arden, at the staging of his play, The Hero Rises Up, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1968. - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 English Marxist playwright, John Arden, at the staging of his play, The Hero Rises Up, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1968. © Patrick Eagar
Charles Marowitz, directing Fanghorn by David Pinner, Fortune Theatre, London, 1967. - Patrick Eagar - 31-10-1967
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31-10-1967 Charles Marowitz, directing Fanghorn by David Pinner, Fortune Theatre, London, 1967. © Patrick Eagar
Charles Marowitz, centre, directing Glenda Jackson and Peter Bayliss in rehearsals of Fanghorn by David Pinner, Fortune Theatre, London, 1967. - Patrick Eagar - 31-10-1967
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31-10-1967 Charles Marowitz, centre, directing Glenda Jackson and Peter Bayliss in rehearsals of Fanghorn by David Pinner, Fortune Theatre, London, 1967. © Patrick Eagar
Charles Marowitz, seated, directing Glenda Jackson & Peter Bayliss in rehearsals of Fanghorn by David Pinner, Fortune Theatre, London, 1967. - Patrick Eagar - 31-10-1967
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31-10-1967 Charles Marowitz, seated, directing Glenda Jackson & Peter Bayliss in rehearsals of Fanghorn by David Pinner, Fortune Theatre, London, 1967. © Patrick Eagar
Ken Wynne and Diane Cilento in Marya by Isaac Babel, Royal Court Theatre, London,1967. - Patrick Eagar - 19-10-1967
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19-10-1967 Ken Wynne and Diane Cilento in Marya by Isaac Babel, Royal Court Theatre, London,1967. © Patrick Eagar
Diane Cilento in Marya by Isaac Babel, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1967. - Patrick Eagar - 19-10-1967
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19-10-1967 Diane Cilento in Marya by Isaac Babel, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1967. © Patrick Eagar
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