Abbey Theatre Pearse Street, Dublin for one week only commencing Monday, 20th June, 1960 :
prior to European Festival Tour of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht, Antwerp and Paris [,] Cyril Cusack Productions present Arms and the Man an anti-romantic comedy by Bernard Shaw [,] Settings and design by Sean Kenny [,] Direction by Godfrey Quigley and Krapp's Last Tape by Samuel Beckett [.] Decor by Sean Kenny [,] Direction by Howard Sackler...
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Playbill on placard, printed [by Corrigan & Wilson, Ltd., 13 Sackville Place, Dublin] in bold, black ink on white card. Stamped on verso: "Rex Roberts Limited / Wilton House, / Appian Way, / Dublin". After the original Abbey Theatre [designed by architect Joseph Holloway] was destroyed in a fire in 1951, the Queen’s Royal Theatre, Pearse St., Dublin [reconstructed and enlarged in 1909 by architect Robert John Stirling, (1841-1915) for the lessee, Frederick Wentworth Marriott Watson (the building being leased from Trinity College)] was used by the Abbey Players and for Abbey Theatre productions until 1966. (The Queen’s Theatre closed in 1969 and was demolished in 1975).
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[Dublin : Abbey Theatre], 1960.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 placard ; 37.2 x 24.6 cm.
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