Scrapbook 3

Scope and Content

One scrapbook containing press cuttings of British and international theatre news. Included is: a report on the re-opening of the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds; a report on Noel Coward; a report on the re-opening and a photograph of the interior of the Playhouse, Nottingham; a review of September Tide in December 1948 and a photograph at the Aldwych Theatre, London; reports on the closure of the Theatre Royal, Birmingham and St James’s Theatre, London; letters to the Sunday Times; a list of films of the week; a report on the rebuilding and drawing of the Queen’s Theatre, London in April 1957; an obituary for Malcolm Keen; a review and photograph of London Assurance at Aldwych Theatre, London; an article about the birthday celebration of Dame Gladys Cooper at St Martin’s Theatre, London; a review of Carousel at the Drury Lane Theatre Royal, London; a review of Bartholomew Fair at the Old Vic, London; a review of Much Ado About Nothing in 1949 at the Theatre Royal, Stratford-upon-Avon; a review of Way of the World at the Old Vic, London; a report on the centenary of Ellen Terry; a review of Henry IV Part I at the Theatre Royal, Stratford-upon-Avon; a photograph and report on the re-opening of the Playhouse, Nottingham; a photograph and report on the re-opening of the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds; a review of September Tide at Aldwych Theatre, London; a review of Love in Idleness at Lyric Theatre, London; an obituary of Lilian Braithwaite; a report on Henry Irving from Oct 1962; an obituary of George Bernard Shaw from The Times November 1950, a review of Points of Departure at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, London; a review of Who Goes Home? At the Q Theatre, London; a review of the Magic Flute at the Royal Opera House, London; a report on Present Laughter and Churchill attending at the Haymarket Theatre, London; a letter about post-war Othello; a review of A Streetcar Named Desire at the Aldwych Theatre, London; a review of a performance at the New Theatre, London; a review of The Recruiting Officer at the London Arts Theatre; a review of Lottie Dundass at the Vaudeville Theatre, London; a review of The Circle at Haymarket Theatre, London; a review of The Blind Goddess at the Apollo Theatre, London; a letter about a National Museum of Theatre; a report on Playgoing by Max Beerbohm from The Listener May 1943; a review of The Tempest at the Mermaid Theatre, London; reviews of Saint Joan at the New Theatre, London; a review of John Bull’s Other Island at the Embassy Theatre, London; a review and photograph of One Wild Oat at the Garrick Theatre, London; two reviews of Peter Pan at the Stoll Theatre, London; a review of Ellis Jeffreys; a review of The Heiress at the Haymarket Theatre, London; a review of Here Come the Clowns at the New Lindsay Theatre, London; a review and photograph of Amphitryon 38 at the Lyric Theatre, London; film reviews; a review of Cinderfella at the Winter Gardens, London; a review of As You Like It at the Scala Theatre, London; a review of This Happy Breed; a review of Hamlet at the Haymarket Theatre, London; a photograph of the interior of La Scala, Milan; a review of Robinson Crusoe at the Drury Lane Theatre Royal, London; a report on the re-opening of the Duke of York’s Theatre, London; an article by Harold Hobson; three reviews of Othello at the Old Vic, London; an article on London Club Theatres; Review of Comedy of Errors at the London Arts Theatre; a review of Waltz of the Toreadors at the Criterion Theatre, London; a review of Billy Budd at the Royal Opera House, London; a review and photograph of Relative Values at the Savoy Theatre, London; reports on the re-opening of the Royal Court Theatre, London and the Royal County Theatre, Bedford; reviews of Relative Values at the Savoy Theatre, London; a report on theatre fashion at Theatre Royal, Brighton; a review of Edward II in Cambridge; a review of Dear Sara at Leatherhead Theatre; a report on Colombe at the New Theatre, London; a report on Theatre For The Young; reviews of Present Laughter and This Happy Breed at the Haymarket Theatre, London and a photograph of Noel Coward and the Duchess of Kent at the Dominion Theatre, London.