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1903 - Royal Court Theatre - Return of the Prodigal 1903 - Royal Court Theatre - Return of the Prodigal
1903 - Royal Court Theatre - Return of the Prodigal
1903 – Royal Court Theatre – Return of the Prodigal

£75.00

Date: 1903

Theatre: Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square

Performance: The Return of the Prodigal

Main Actors: Mr E. A. Matthews, Mr Eric Lewis

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Date: 1903
Theatre: Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square.
Performance: The Return of the Prodigal
Main Actors: Mr E. A. Matthews, Mr Eric Lewis

The theatre programme consists of a single piece thick, textured paper with vertical spinal fold creating 4 pages including front and back cover pages. The programme is printed with red and black ink.

The Return of the Prodigal is a comedy in four acts written by St. John Hankin and is set at Chedleigh Court. Eustace Jackson, played by Mr E. A. Matthews, is the son of an extremely wealthy and powerful gentleman, who was sent to Australia five years previously, with a good sum of money to make his fortune; however, being a man of poor ethics and no understanding of responsibility, he returns to his father as a failure hoping to sponge off his family’s wealth.

Consists of four pages including front and back cover pages; approx. H 25cm x W 19cm.

Condition Code: 4-5: Evidence of faint vertical fold. Evidence of minimal faint foxing. No nicks or tears: super condition for its 100+ years