Programmes 1955-1959

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  • Programme for Time Remembered by Jean Anouilh, New Theatre, London, 9th April 1955, with Paul Scofield as Prince Albert Troubiscoi. Annotated on the front.
  • Programme for Time Remembered by Jean Anouilh, New Theatre, London, 16th-21st May, with Paul Scofield as Prince Albert Troubiscoi.
  • Programme for a Royal performance in the presence of the Queen Time Remembered by Jean Anouilh, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, 29th June 1955, with Paul Scofield as Prince Albert Troubiscoi.
  • Programme for Hamlet, Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare, Theatre Royal Brighton, 25th October - 5th November 1955, Tennent Productions Ltd Peter Brook Season, with Paul Scofield as Hamlet.
  • Small programme for Hamlet, Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare, Phoenix Theatre London, first performance 8th December 1955, Tennent Productions Ltd Peter Brook Season, with Paul Scofield as Hamlet.
  • Large programme for Hamlet, Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare, Phoenix Theatre London, first performance 8th December 1955, Tennent Productions Ltd Peter Brook Season, with Paul Scofield as Hamlet.
  • Programme for The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene, Theatre Royal Brighton, 25th March 1956 for one week, Tennent Productions Ltd Peter Brook Season, with Paul Scofield as Priest.
  • Programme for The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene, Phoenix Theatre London, first performance 5th April 1956, Tennent Productions Ltd Peter Brook Season, with Paul Scofield as Priest.
  • Programme for The Family Reunion by T.S. Eliot, Phoenix Theatre London, first performance 7th June 1956, Tennent Productions Ltd Peter Brook Season, with Paul Scofield as Lord Monchensey and with Sybil Thorndike. Annotated on the back.
  • Programme for A Dead Secret by Rodney Ackland, Piccadilly Theatre London, first performance 30th May 1957, Tennent Productions Ltd, with Paul Scofield as Frederick S. Dyson and Frith Banbury directing.
  • Programme for Expresso Bongo by Wolf Mankowitz, Saville Theatre London, first performance 23rd April 1958, Oscar Lewenstein and Neil Crawford present, with Paul Scofield as Johnnie.
  • Programme for the world premiere of the film Carve Her Name With Pride at Leicester Square Theatre, 20th February 1958 7.30pm, with Paul Scofield as Tony Fraser,
  • Programme for The Complaisant Lover by Graham Greene, Opera House, Manchester, week commencing 18th May 1959, H.M. Tennent Ltd and Donmar Productions Ltd, with Paul Scofield as Clive Root.
  • Programme for The Complaisant Lover by Graham Greene, Globe Theatre , London, H.M. Tennent Ltd and Donmar Productions Ltd, with Paul Scofield as Clive Root.