Baxter’s Dundee Rep Theatre programmes

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Programmes of productions:

  • /1 A Man For All Seasons, 1975
  • /2 The Wizard of Oz, 1976
  • /3 Honour Your Partners, 1976
  • /4 Hedda Gabler, 1976
  • /5 A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1976
  • /6 An' me Wi 'a Bad Leg Tae, 1976
  • /7 The Gay Gorbals, 1976
  • /8 The Homecoming, 1976
  • /9 Butley, 1976
  • /10 Music to Murder, 1976
  • /11 The Importance of Being Earnest, 1976
  • /12 Old Mother Hubbard, 1977
  • /13 Beyond Milk Wood, Winston and Those Who Can't, 1977
  • /14 After the Fall, 1977
  • /15 An Inspector Calls, 1977
  • /16 Corporal Gemmell, 1977
  • /17 How the Other Half Loves, 1977
  • /18 Present Laughter, 1977
  • /19 Who Was That Lady?, 1977
  • /20 Danny Boy, 1977
  • /21 Something In It For Cordelia, 1977
  • /22 The Winslow Boy, 1977
  • /23 Alice in Wonderland, 1977-8
  • /24 The Gingerbread Lady, 1978
  • /25 The Taming of the Shrew, 1978
  • /26 Me Jane, You Elfie! Who Needs Paisley Adams?, 1978
  • /27 Mrs Warren's Profession,1978
  • /28 See How They Run, 1978
  • /29 Schellenbrack (Dead or Alive), 1978
  • /30 Music Hall, 1978
  • /31 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, 1978
  • /32 Wha's Like Us- Fortunately!, 1978
  • /33 Entertaining Mr Sloane, 1978
  • /34 The Glass Menagerie, 1978
  • /35 The Deep Blue Sea, 1978
  • /36 The Princess and the Dragon, 1978-9
  • /37 Home, 1979
  • /38 I Have Been Here Before, 1979
  • /39 A Delicate Balance, 1979
  • /40 Julius Caesar, 1979
  • /41 Ten Minute Alibi, 1979
  • /42 You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, 1979
  • /43 The Boyfriend, 1979
  • /44 Travesties, 1979
  • /45 Wise Child, 1979
  • /46 The Gemm O Luve and Haizart, 1980
  • /47 Too True To Be Good, 1980
  • /48 The Father, 1980
  • /49 Cowardy Custard, 1980

Administrative / Biographical History

Dundee Rep Theatre was founded in 1939 out of a collaboration between Robert Thornely who had managed the last touring company to perform at Dundee and who was looking for a home for his professional company and the amateur company the Dundee Dramatic Company. The first theatre was housed in a disused jute mill. After the premises were destroyed by a fire in 1963 the company moved to a church building on Lochee Road. This served as the theatre's home until the new Dundee Rep Theatre was opened at Tay Square in 1982.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for consultation subject to preservation requirements. Access must also conform to the restrictions of the Data Protection Act and any other appropriate legislation.

Acquisition Information

C. Baxter

Other Finding Aids

Hard copy list available

Conditions Governing Use

Reproduction is available subject to preservation requirements. Charges are made for this service, and copyright and other restrictions may apply.

Custodial History

Collected and held by depositor

Accruals

None expected

Related Material

MS 316 Dundee Repertory Theatre

Geographical Names