/ / / / / 1897 – Theatre Royal, Haymarket – The Little Minister Phil May Souvenir
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1897 THE LITTLE MINISTER Theatre Royal Haymarket PHIL MAY SOUVENIR
1897 – Theatre Royal, Haymarket – The Little Minister Phil May Souvenir

£125.00

Date: 1897
Theatre: Theatre Royal, Haymarket
Performance: The Little Minister
Principal Actors: W. G. Elliot, Cyril Maude, C. M. Hallard, Brandon Thomas, Mark Kinghorne, Eardley Turner, Nina Cadiz, Winifred Emery

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Date: 1897
Theatre: Theatre Royal, Haymarket
Performance: The Little Minister
Principal Actors: W. G. Elliot, Cyril Maude, C. M. Hallard, Brandon Thomas, Mark Kinghorne, Eardley Turner, Nina Cadiz, Winifred Emery

 

This luxurious souvenir programme presents the performance of The Little Minister written by J. M. Barrie. A story about working and class struggles with romance and a happy ending.

This hardcover souvenir contains 14 separate drawings of the characters in the play by Phil May, reproduced from the original pictures that were being exhibited at the Royal Academy at the time; one leaf of four photographs with printed signatures of J. M. Barrie, Winifred Emery, Cyril Maude and Frederick Harrisson; a photograph of the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. The cast list is on the inside of the front board.

Phil May was a highly regarded caricaturist, working for Punch and The Graphic, and a founder member of the London Sketch Club.

H 28cms x W 19cms

Condition Code: 4-5: The hard board cover has successfully protected the drawings inside. The cover is bright and clean; the red ribbon tie is intact. There is only light wear and chipping to edges and spine. A lovely historical, theatre collector’s item.