Thorndike-Scott Student Theatre company and Eileen Thorndike Theatre Company programmes

Scope and Content

  • Programme for Performances (including extracts from King Lear, The Rivals, The Taming of the Shrew, Richard of Bordeaux and Macbeth - The Murder Motif) at New Garden Theatre, Bideford, 10th, 11th and 13th Dec 1940 with Paul Scofield as King Lear, Patricia and Macbeth. Includes press cuttings.
  • Programme and card for Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams at Garden Theatre, Bideford, 16th-18th January 1941 with Paul Scofield as Dan.
  • Programme for Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams at the Church Hall, Hartland 5th Feb 1941 and at the Town Hall, Lynton 6th Feb 1941, with Paul Scofield as Dan. Includes press cuttings.
  • Programme for Hay Fever by Noel Coward at Garden Theatre in Bideford, the Town Hall in Lynton and the Church Hall in Hartland, 10th-12th Feb 1941, with Paul Scofield as Richard Great ham. Includes press cutting.
  • Programme for Berkeley Square by J. L. Balder ton at the Garden Theatre in Bideford, Victoria Pavilion in Ilfracombe and the Town Hall in Lynton, 25th-26th Feb 1941, with Paul Scofield as Tom Pettigrew. Includes press cutting.
  • Programme for Ladies In Retirement by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham at the Garden Theatre in Bideford, Victoria Pavillion in Ilfracombe and the Town Hall in Lynton, 27th-28th March 1941, with Paul Scofield as Albert Feather. Includes press cutting.
  • Programme for Goodness How Sad! by Robert Morley at the Garden Theatre in Bideford, Victoria Pavillion in Ilfracombe, the Church Hall in Hartland and the Town Hall in Lynton, 17th-18th April 1941, with Paul Scofield as Mrs Priskin's Other Guest. Includes press cutting.
  • Programme for Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams at Victoria Pavillion, week commencing 4th Aug 1941, with Paul Scofield as Dan.
  • Programme for Noah by André Obey at The Houghton Hall, Union Road, Cambridge, 15th-20th Sept [1941] with Paul Scofield as Noah.
  • Programme for The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde at the Garden Theatre in Bideford, the Church Hall in Hartland and the Town Hall in Lynton, [1941], with Paul Scofield as John Worthing.
  • Programme for Tonight at 8.30 ( Fumed Oak, Still Life and Red Peppers) by Noel Coward at the Garden Theatre in Bideford, the Senior School in Torrington, the Church Hall in Hartland and the Town Hall in Lynton, [1941], with Paul Scofield as Mrs Rocket, Alec Harvey and George Pepper. Includes press cutting.
  • Programme for Young Woodley by John Van Druten, Art Theatre Cambridge, 6th July 1942 for six days, with Paul Scofield as Ainger. Includes press cutting.