82mm x 127mm 6pp, Arthur Brough Players, ‘Home and The Heart’, ‘Everybody’s Making Money – Except Shakespeare’, ‘Julie’, ‘The Best Hotel in Boulogne’, ‘Woman in a Dressing Gown’ & ‘Old Acquaintance’. Includes Tea Matinee and Evening seating plans
Programme A5 12pp programme monochrome with coloured covers on glossy paper for the New Leas Pavilion production of ‘Say Who You Are’, a comedy by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall; the cast list is autographed ‘to Kerry’ (Kerry Waymark who worked Front-of-House).
Programme. Folkestone Theatre Company. Leas Pavillion Theatre. ‘Oh! Calcutta!’. A5 16 pp 2 staples. Programme monochrome with orange coloured covers. Printed on glossy paper. Also seat ticket stub Upstairs left S4 £3.50 30 Oct 1981
Folkestone Playhouse at the Leas Pavilion Theatre Charles Vance presents 1983 repertory season programme. A5 14pp 2 staples blue cover with white writing and picture of theatre on glossy paper. Black and white interior. A programme for ‘Taking Steps’ by Alan Ayckbourne. Autographed by cast.
121mm x 182mm 8pp, programme of Howard Theatre Productions’ ‘Shop at Sly Corner’. Includes Photograph and biography of one of the cast, Bruce Green. List of cast list and ancillary staff. Mention of next production ‘Black Chiffon’
A5 16pp monochrome programme with coloured covers for Charles Vance presents ‘A Chorus of Murder’ by Dennis Woodford.
184mm x 243mm 12pp programme for the Arthur Brough Players’ production of ‘A Hundred Years Old’, lists cast and ancillary staff. Includes Photograph and line drawings of Arthur Brough and Elizabeth Addyman with introduction by them and a Photograph of Peter Walter, as well as pieces by Charles Landstone of the Bristol Old Vic and Theatre Managers Association and by B Robson commenting on 25 years of repertory in Folkestone. Also a list of all 721 productions from 1929 until 1954
124mm x 185mm 8pp programme for ‘A Public Mischief’, list of cast and ancillary staff. Includes poor Photograph of auditorium and biography of Audrey Leybourne, one of the cast. Mentions future productions ‘Who Killed Santa Claus?’ and ‘The Spider’s Web’
Programme 183-120mm 12 pp single staple with white writing on bright red semi gloss paper for the Howard Theatre Productions of ‘And Suddenly It’s Spring’ by Jack Popplewell. Cost 10p.
Folkestone Playhouse at the Leas Pavilion Theatre Charles Vance presents 1983 repertory season programme. A5 14pp 2 staples blue cover with white writing and picture of theatre on glossy paper. Black and white interior. A programme for ‘Barefoot in the Park’ by Neil Simon. Autographed by cast to Kerry (Kerry Waymark who worked front of house)
Programme 183-120mm 12 pp single staple with white writing on bright red semi gloss paper for the Howard Theatre Productions of ‘Bell, Book and Candle’ by John Van Druten. Cost 10p.
Programme A5 3pp 1 staple green paper and black print throughout. Arthur Brough Players. A souvenir programme for ‘Black Coffee’ by Agatha Christie. Internal pages advertise local businesses (e.g. Domestic Heating, Bread & Cakes, Chimney Sweep etc.) Centre pages give full cast list and synopsis of scenes. Very good condition but with pencil writing on front page giving the date 1st June 1956.
Programme for the Arthur Brough Players production of ‘Boeing-Boeing’. Eight pages, purple cover, cast list and local advertisements.
Programme 8pp on plain paper with cast list and advertisements for local establishments, handwritten date on front cover 8/4/51.
A5 16pp programme for Charles Vance’ presentation ‘Break-Out’. Photograph of stage set, Photograph of and foreward by Charles Vance, biographies and autographs of cast Elizabeth Stephens, Helen Reece, Wyn Jones, Hugo Myatt & Russel Gleed, also biography of Susanna Nicholas; advertises future productions of ‘Habeas Corpu’ and Hansel and Gretel
Front cover of Leas Pavilion Programme, performance not named but titled ‘Bunch of Keys 1916’ beneath photo. Manager; Mr D’Arcy Clayton; Secretry Mr E A Baker. Includes a Photograph of the interior looking towards front of hall
Programme 250x185mm, 8pp, cream covers with photograph of stage. Folkestone Playhouse, Charles Vance presents the 57th Repertory Season.
Front cover of programme for Cinderella on 26 Dec 1936 and following week, Arthur Brough presents, 11th season, 259th week. Secretary WG Youden, Manager ERJ Mackway. Programme – Price 2d. Includes a Photograph interior looking towards back of hall
Programme A5 Price 4d 1 staple slightly shiny white paper – excellent quality – black print throughout with blue borders on the front cover. Arthur Brough Players. A souvenir programme for ‘CLUTTERBUCK’ a comedy by Benn Levy. Internal pages advertise local businesses (e.g. Domestic Heating, Bread & Cakes, Chimney Sweep etc.) Centre pages give full cast list and synopsis of scenes. Very good condition. Front page advertising performance dates ‘For two weeks commencing MONDAY, 3rd July, 1961′. Front cover also has pencil writing on it ’20’ 7th July 1961′
A5 programme for ‘Dangerous Corner’ by J B Priestley, directed by Roy Patrick with 6 insert pages in monochrome within a coloured cover, all on glossy paper and double stapled. Cover background blue ‘Leas Pavilion Folkestone’ in a white box outlined in black. Cast list and brief career details of the actors.
1985 summer season programme A5 10pp 2 staples mainly black cover with some colour around ‘The Leas Pavilion Theatre’ on glossy paper. Black and white interior. A programme for ‘Dead on Nine’ by Jack Popplewell and promoting forthcoming productions. Damage to coloured back page.
188mm x 250mm, 8pp, cover has Photograph of front of building from the pavement, cast list, many local adverts. Mention of next production ‘Brown Sugar’ and ‘Third Repertory Dance’ on Thu 5 Oct following the play from 11pm until 2am
Front cover of programme for Dear Brutus presented by the Arthur Brough Players, 133rd week of repertory commencing 25 Sep 1933. Secretary WG Youden, Manager ERJ Mackway. Programme – Price 2d. Includes Photograph of frontage from top of steps
A5 16pp monochrome programme with coloured covers for Charles Vance presents ‘Dear Daddy’ by Dennis Cannan.
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