Ray Cooney (for Ray Cooney Productions Ltd.) in association with Dick Condon by arrangement with Academy Theatre & Brooke Theatre presents Bertha Egnos's production Ipi-Tombi :
"pulsating musical" -Evg [Evening] News ... music and lyrics by Bertha Egnos and Gail Lakier [.] Choreography by Sheila Wartski [.] Designed by Elizabeth MacLeish [.] Olympia Theatre Dublin week commencing Monday 4 July for three weeks Monday to Thursday 8, Friday & Saturday 6.10 & 8.50 pm.
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Undated poster printed in dark brown font on orange coloured background, featuring a copyrighted illustration of three female dancers at centre of sheet, with an illustration [also copyrighted] of a snake at lower left of sheet. Ipi Tombi (a corrupted transliteration of the Zulu "iphi ntombi", "where is the girl?"), is a 1974 musical by South African writers Bertha Egnos Godfrey and her daughter Gail Lakier, concerning a young black man leaving his wife and village to work in the mines of Johannesburg.
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[Dublin : Olympia Theatre, n.d., ca. 1977-1980?].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; ill., 25.5 x 28 cm.
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