Theatre: Garrick Theatre
Performance: The Fascinating Mr. Vanderveldt
Main Actors: Mr Bourchier, Miss Violet Vanbrugh
This theatre programme presents The Fascinating Mr Vanderveldt, a new comedy in four acts, written by Alfred Sutro. It Stars Mr Bourchier and Miss Violet Vanbrugh.
The Garrick Theatre was opened in 1889 in the London West End and was named after the famous actor David Garrick. The Garrick Theatre was designed by Walter Emden and C.J Phipps and was financed by the famous dramatist, poet-playwright and illustrator Mr W. S Gilbert.
There are many informative advertisements and illustrations relevant to the decade. The cast list is printed across 8. Additional Insert advertising up and coming plays at The Garrick Theatre.
Date stamp on back cover page bottom left corner 11/6/06.
This theatre programme consists of cream smooth paper printed in black ink. 16 pages; approx. H 18cm x W 12cm. The additional insert is H 18cm x W 11cm.
Also available RP postcard of this play