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  • Event: KIT AND THE WIDOW: FIGGY PUDDING
  • Person:

    director : James, Peter, Mr.

    designer : Culshaw, Berbard, Mr.

    properties : Glazer, Wayne, Mr.

    lighting effects : Sleep, Kevin, Mr.

    stage manager : Fryer, Paul, Mr.

    performers : "Kit and the Widdow" (stage name used by Kit Hesketh-Harvey and Richard Sissons)

    actor : Coogan, Steve, Mr., 1965-

  • Date: 1986 (circa)
  • Brief description: Theatre programme advertising a play produced at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, entitled KIT AND THE WIDOW: FIGGY PUDDING.
  • Identifier: UKC-PRG-DAW-THELYRH.F175050
  • Theatre: Lyric Theatre, King's Street & Hammersmith & London & England
  • Subject keyword: drama

Further Details

  • Accession Number: F175050
  • Event: KIT AND THE WIDOW: FIGGY PUDDING
  • Content note: A programme of musical numbers performed is provided
  • Associated people:

    director : James, Peter, Mr.

    designer : Culshaw, Berbard, Mr.

    properties : Glazer, Wayne, Mr.

    lighting effects : Sleep, Kevin, Mr.

    stage manager : Fryer, Paul, Mr.

    performers : "Kit and the Widdow" (stage name used by Kit Hesketh-Harvey and Richard Sissons)

    actor : Coogan, Steve, Mr., 1965-

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: theatre programme
  • Identity code: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE LYRH : F175050
  • Notes:

    The programme is in the style of an advent calendar and contains various printed notes written by the performers

    A newspaper review of the production is also kept with the programme

  • Part: Daw Programme Collection
  • Condition: 2
  • Dimensions: 295 mm x 210 mm
  • Medium: Red, green and black ink on white card
  • Date: 1986 (circa)
  • Theatre: Lyric Theatre, King's Street & Hammersmith & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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