The Travelling Repertory Theatre company programmes

Scope and Content

Travelling Repertory Theatre directed by Basil C. Langton, with the support of Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts.

  • Programme for Three Cornered Moon by Gertrude Tonkonogy, Theatre Royal, Bristol, 11th Jan for two weeks [1942], with Paul Scofield as Donald and Joy Parker as Elizabeth Rimplegar.
  • Programme for Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Theatre Royal, Bristol, 25th Jan for two weeks [1942], with Paul Scofield as Tybalt and Joy Parker as Page to Paris.
  • Programme for I Have Been Before by J.B. Priestley, Theatre Royal, Bristol, 10th July for two weeks [1942], with Paul Scofield as Oliver Farrant.
  • Programme for The Devil's Disciple by Bernard Shaw, Plays in the Parks, 1942, with Joy Parker as Essie.
  • Programme for The Late Christopher Bean by Emlyn Williams, Plays in the Parks, 1942, with Joy Parker as Ada Haggett.
  • Programme for The Constant Wife by W. Somerset Maugham, Plays in the Parks, 1944, with Joy Parker as Martha Culver.
  • Programme for Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw, Plays in the Parks, 1944, with Joy Parker as Clara Eynsford-Hill.
  • C.E.M.A flyer for Arms and the Man by Bernard Shaw, with Joy Parker as Louka and Paul Scofield as Major Sergius Saranoff.
  • Flyer for Arms and the Man by Bernard Shaw, Department of National Service Entertainment, Garrison Theatre.
  • Flyer for Arms and the Man by Bernard Shaw, Travelling Repertory Theatre at Stockport.
  • Flyer for The Late Christopher Bean by Emlyn Williams, Travelling Repertory Theatre at Stockport, with Joy Parker as Ada Haggett.
  • Flyer for The Devil's Disciple by Bernard Shaw, Travelling Repertory Theatre at Stockport, with Joy Parker as Essie.
  • Programme for Noah by Andre Obey, from 21st April 1942, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, with Joy Parker as the Tiger and Sella.
  • Programme for Robert's Wife by St. John Ervine, from 15th Sept 1942, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, with Joy Parker as Anne.
  • Programme for Hamlet by William Shakespeare, from 27th Oct 1942, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, with Joy Parker as Ophelia and Paul Scofield as Horatio.
  • Programme for The Devil's Disciple by Bernard Shaw, 25th August - 12th Sept [1942] , Birmingham Repertory Theatre, with Joy Parker as Essie.
  • Copy of programme for Hamlet by William Shakespeare, from 27th Oct 1942, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, with Joy Parker as Ophelia and Paul Scofield as Horatio.
and Romeo and Juliet