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THE DANCE OF DEATH by August Strindberg new adaptation by Ted Whitehead set design: Voytek costumes: Di Seymour lighting: Graham Large director: Keith Hack <br> Alan Bates (Edgar), Frances de la Tour...
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THE DANCE OF DEATH by August Strindberg new adaptation by Ted Whitehead set design: Voytek costumes: Di Seymour lighting: Graham Large director: Keith Hack
Alan Bates (Edgar), Frances de la Tour...
l-r: Belinda Sinclair (Sindefy), Clive Merrison (Security), ??? (??? tbc), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver), Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), ??? (??? tbc), Vivienne Ross (Mistress Touchstone) in EASTW...
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l-r: Belinda Sinclair (Sindefy), Clive Merrison (Security), ??? (??? tbc), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver), Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), ??? (??? tbc), Vivienne Ross (Mistress Touchstone) in EASTW...
l-r: Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), Vivienne Ross (Mistress Touchstone), Anita Dobson (Gertrude), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & John Marston which o...
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l-r: Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), Vivienne Ross (Mistress Touchstone), Anita Dobson (Gertrude), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & John Marston which o...
front: Clive Merrison (Security), Susan Beagley (Winifred) rear: Belinda Sinclair (Sindefy), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & John Marston which opened at...
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front: Clive Merrison (Security), Susan Beagley (Winifred) rear: Belinda Sinclair (Sindefy), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & John Marston which opened at...
centre: Mark Rylance (Slitgut / Poncer) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & John Marston which opened at the Mermaid Theatre, London EC4 on 07/07/1981  a musical adaptation music: Nick Bi...
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centre: Mark Rylance (Slitgut / Poncer) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & John Marston which opened at the Mermaid Theatre, London EC4 on 07/07/1981 a musical adaptation music: Nick Bi...
l-r: Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver), Anita Dobson (Gertrude), Belinda Sinclair (Sindefy), Clive Merrison (Security) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & Jo...
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l-r: Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver), Anita Dobson (Gertrude), Belinda Sinclair (Sindefy), Clive Merrison (Security) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & Jo...
l-r: Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver), Anita Dobson (Gertrude), Belinda Sinclair (Sindefy) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & John Marston which opened at...
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l-r: Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), Richard O'Brien (Quicksilver), Anita Dobson (Gertrude), Belinda Sinclair (Sindefy) in EASTWARD HO! by Ben Jonson, George Chapman & John Marston which opened at...
KING LEAR by Shakespeare  design: Carl Toms  lighting: Graham Large  director: Frank Dunlop   V/iii - from top: Michael Graham Cox (Earl of Kent), James Bolam (King Lear), Natasha Pyne (Cordelia) The...
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KING LEAR by Shakespeare design: Carl Toms lighting: Graham Large director: Frank Dunlop V/iii - from top: Michael Graham Cox (Earl of Kent), James Bolam (King Lear), Natasha Pyne (Cordelia) The...
KING LEAR by Shakespeare  design: Carl Toms  lighting: Graham Large  director: Frank Dunlop   at Dover cliffs - l-r: Simon Chandler (Edgar / Poor Tom), Edward Hardwicke (Gloucester) The Young Vic, Lon...
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KING LEAR by Shakespeare design: Carl Toms lighting: Graham Large director: Frank Dunlop at Dover cliffs - l-r: Simon Chandler (Edgar / Poor Tom), Edward Hardwicke (Gloucester) The Young Vic, Lon...
KING LEAR by Shakespeare  design: Carl Toms  lighting: Graham Large  director: Frank Dunlop   V/iii: Natasha Pyne (Cordelia), James Bolam (King Lear) The Young Vic, London SE1  09/10/1981...
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KING LEAR by Shakespeare design: Carl Toms lighting: Graham Large director: Frank Dunlop V/iii: Natasha Pyne (Cordelia), James Bolam (King Lear) The Young Vic, London SE1 09/10/1981...