Theatre: Globe Theatre
Performance: All the King’s Horses
Main Actors: Irene Vanbrugh
This mid 1920s theatre programme is for the performance All the King’s Horses, a light comedy in 3 acts, written by Charles Elton Openshaw in 1926 at the Globe Theatre. The cast list is presented across page 6 and includes popular performers of the time including Irene Vanbrugh. Miss Vanbrugh was born in Exeter, England in 1872-1949.
The programme has interesting 1920s advertisements, some with lovely illustrations and photographs. The back-cover page has a wonderful illustration of two women in an open toped Morris car driving along and smiling enjoying their time; the advertisement is for Stewart & Ardern Ltd promoting Morris Cars.
12 pages including front and back cover pages. Approx. H22cm x W14cm.