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HF/B/000001
Book - Herbert Farjeon Omnibus, a selection of songs and lyrics written by Herbert Farjeon, also includes Farjeon comments on the pieces, and when they were used (often in revues) and who by, and problems with censorship, published by Hutchinson & Co Ltd
Includes on p.243 the lyrics to 'I've Danced with a Man who's Danced with a Girl [who's danced with the Prince of Wales!]'. The song appeared in 'Many Happy Returns' at the Duke of York's theatre.
Printed Material 1930s - 1960s (?)


HF/B/000002
Book - Advertising April (Or The Girl who made the Sunshine Jealous) - A Comedy in Three Acts a play written by Herbert and Eleanor Farjeon, published by Oxford Basil Blackwell
Printed Material 1922


HF/B/000003
Book - The Two Bouquets - A Victorian Operetta - written by Herbert and Eleanor Farjeon, published by Samuel French Ltd, London,
Printed Material 1938


HF/B/000004
Book - Nine Sharp and Earlier - a series of songs from a revue of this name, written by Herbert Farjeon, illustrated by Anna Zinkeisen, published by J M Dent & Sons Ltd,
Printed Material 1938


HF/B/000005
Book - Diversions - Some Sketches and Monologues - from a revue, written by Herbert Farjeon, published by Samuel French Ltd, London
Printed Material 1942


HF/B/000006/1
Book - The Glass Slipper - a children's play, written by Herbert Farjeon and Eleanor Farjeon, illustrated by Hugh Stevenson (Published by Allan Wingate, 1947). [Hardback with dust wrapper]
Presented by Robert Donat on Firday 23 December 1944 at the St James's Theatre.
Printed Material 1947


HF/B/000006/2
Book - The Glass Slipper - A Fairy Tale with Music - written by Herbert Farjeon and Eleanor Farjeon, music by Clifton Parker (Published by Samuel French Ltd, 1948). [Paperback]
Includes photographs of the set for the production at St James's Theatre, London, 1944.
Printed Material 1948


HF/B/000007
Book - The Shakespeare Scene, Dramatic Criticisms - written by Herbert Farjeon, published by Hutchinson & Co Ltd, includes articles written by Farjeon on most of Shakespeare's plays, covering the comedies, tragedies, histories, Shakespeare at the Old Vic
Printed Material 1930s - 1950s (?)


HF/B/000008
Book - Herbert Farjeon's Cricket Bag - with an introduction by J Jefferson Farjeon (his brother), published by Sportmans Book Club, London, series of poems, articles, songs about cricket
Printed Material 1969


HF/BOV/B/000001
Booklet - 'The Theatre Royal Bristol, Decline and Rebirth 1834-1943' by Kathleen Barker (issued by the Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1966)
Printed Material 1966


HF/BOV/B/000002
Booklet - 'The Theatre Royal Bristol - The First Seventy Years' by Kathleen Barker (issued by the Bristol Branch of the Historical Association, 1969)
Printed Material 1969


HF/BOV/C/000001
Correspondence - manuscript letter from 'Carrie' to Herbert Farjeon, concerning the Bristol Theatre Royal (Old Vic), and her memories of where it is located in Bristol
Written Document 1930s


HF/BOV/C/000002/1
Correspondence - typescript letter from Robert Lewis (of the Evening World newspaper) to Herbert Farjeon, concerning Farjeon's queries about the Bristol Theatre Royal (Old Vic), and his suggestion for an Eighteenth Century Festival
Typed Document 25/05/1935


HF/BOV/C/000002/2
Correspondence - typescript letter from John Bennett (Dramatic Critic of the Evening World), to Herbert Farjeon, about the Bristol Theatre Royal (Old Vic) and its history
Typed Document 28/05/1935


HF/BOV/C/000003/1
Correspondence - typescript letter from Herbert Farjeon to Mr Bode (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal), asking Mr Bode if he is the freehold owner of the theatre
Typed Document 1930s


HF/BOV/C/000003/2
Correspondence - typescript letter from Mr Bode (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal) to Herbert Farjeon, stating his knowledge about the theatre, and how he owns it
Typed Document 30/05/1935


HF/BOV/C/000003/3
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Mr Courtneidge (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal) to Herbert Farjeon, talking about his love of the Theatre Royal
Written Document 30/05/1935


HF/BOV/C/000003/4
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Mr Courtneidge (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal) to Herbert Farjeon, stating that he doesn't want to sell the theatre
Written Document 10/06/1935


HF/BOV/C/000004/1
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Mary Hope Allen to Herbert Farjeon, about news in the BBC, also mentions the Bristol Theatre Royal, and suggests whom Farjeon should contact about it, 3 pages
Written Document 1930s


HF/BOV/C/000004/2
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Mary Hope Allen to Herbert Farjeon, talking about holiday arrangements, also mentions the Bristol Theatre Royal and discusses additional people Farjeon should contact, pp 3
Written Document 1930s


HF/BOV/C/000004/3
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Mary Hope Allen to Herbert Farjeon,about the Bristol Theatre Royal, mentions Farjeon's letters from Mr Courtneidge, pp 6
Written Document 1930s


HF/BOV/C/000004/4
Correspondence - typescript letter from Mary Hope Allen (BBC, Bristol) to Herbert Farjeon, about the starting of a campaign to save the Bristol Theatre Royal, mentions Anne Rendall and Tony Guthrie
Typed Document 17/06/1935


HF/BOV/C/000005
Correspondence - typescript letter from Herbert Farjeon (?) to Mr Courtneidge (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal), about the running of an eighteenth century festival at the Theatre Royal
Typed Document 25/06/1935


HF/BOV/C/000006
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Tony Guthrie to Herbert Farjeon, about meeting to discuss the Bristol Theatre Royal, and giving directions to meet him, pp 3
Written Document 02/07/1935


HF/BOV/C/000007/1
Correspondence - typescript letter from Mr Bode (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal) to Herbert Farjeon, saying that they did not want to change the style of the performances at the Theatre Royal
Typed Document 02/07/1935


HF/BOV/C/000007/2
Correspondence - typescript letter from Herbert Farjeon to Mr Bode (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal), expressing his regret that they did not want an eighteenth century festival at the theatre
Typed Document 03/07/1935


HF/BOV/C/000007/3
Correspondence - typescript letter from Mr Bode (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal) to Herbert Farjeon, suggesting Bristol buys the Theatre Royal from them
Typed Document 05/07/1935


HF/BOV/C/000007/4
Correspondence - typescript letter from Herbert Farjeon to Mr Bode (co-owner of the Bristol Theatre Royal), discussing prices of buying the Theatre Royal
Typed Document 06/07/1935


HF/BOV/C/000008/1
Correspondence - typescript letter from Anne Rendall to Herbert Farjeon, discussing the possibility of buying the Bristol Theatre Royal, and whom to contact concerning it, pp 3
Typed Document 04/07/1935


HF/BOV/C/000008/2
Correspondence - typescript letter from Herbert Farjeon to Anne Rendall, discussing the Bristol Theatre Royal and its owners Mr Bode and Mr Courtneidge,
Typed Document 06/07/1935


HF/BOV/C/000009
Correspondence - three letters from Robert Lewis (Evening World) to Herbert Farjeon, concerning photographs of the Bristol Theatre Royal, pp 3
Typed Document 10/1935


HF/BOV/C/000010/1
Correspondence - typescript letter from C L Nelson (Cavalcade) to Herbert Farjeon, suggesting he contact James Thomas about information regarding the Bristol Theatre Royal
Typed Document 04/06/1936


HF/BOV/C/000010/2
Correspondence - typescript letter from James Thomas to Herbert Farjeon, about facts concerning the Bristol Theatre Royal
Typed Document 11/07/1936


HF/BOV/C/000011
Correspondence - a series of typescript letters between Herbert Farjeon and the secretary of The Georgian Group of The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, about the Bristol Theatre Royal, and its sale, pp 7
Typed Document 1938 - 1942


HF/BOV/C/000012/1
Correspondence - typescript letter from Herbert Farjeon to The Times newspaper, about the Bristol Theatre Royal's importance and its possible loss when it was going to be sold
Typed Document 14/01/1942


HF/BOV/C/000012/2
Correspondence - typescript letter from Private J A Denys Poxon to Herbert Farjeon, about Farjeon's letter to The Times concerning the need to save the Bristol Theatre Royal
Typed Document 1942


HF/BOV/C/000012/3
Correspondence - typescript letter from the CEMA (Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts) to Herbert Farjeon, concerning Farjeon's letter to The Times, about trying to save the Bristol Theatre Royal
Typed Document 21/01/1942


HF/BOV/C/000013
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Miss S L W Drew (?) to Herbert Farjeon, concerning the importance of the Bristol Theatre Royal
Written Document 01/1942


HF/BOV/C/000014
Correspondence - typescript letter from M Stoppett (secretary of The Georgian Group) to Herbert Farjeon, thanking Farjeon for his help in securing the future of the Bristol Theatre Royal
Typed Document 29/01/1942


HF/BOV/C/000015
Correspondence - typescript letter from Mary Hope Allen (BBC) to Herbert Farjeon, about a script to do with the Bristol Theatre Royal
Typed Document 04/12/1942


HF/BOV/C/000016
Correspondence - typescript letter from W Leighton (Chairman of the Theatre Royal, Bristol Preservation Fund), to Herbert Farjeon, thanking him for his monetary contribution to the Fund and for his support
Typed Document 28/05/1943


HF/BOV/C/000017/1
Correspondence - typescript letter from Charles Landstone to Joan Farjeon, thanking her for photocopying letters for him, and about his article about Herbert Farjeon and the Bristol Theatre Royal, for The Stage
Typed Document 15/06/1957


HF/BOV/C/000017/2
Correspondence - typescript letter from Charles Landstone to Joan Farjeon, sending her a copy of his article about Herbert Farjeon and the Bristol Theatre Royal
Typed Document 04/07/1957


HF/BOV/C/000018/1
Correspondence - typescript letter to Joan Farjeon from Kathleen Barker, requesting permission to publish part of Herbert Farjeon's prologue for the re-opening of the Bristol Theatre Royal
Typed Document 21/06/1971


HF/BOV/C/000018/2
Correspondence - manuscript letter to Thomas Farjeon from Kathleen Barker, requesting to see the information that he had on Herbert Farjeon's involvement with the Bristol Theatre Royal
Written Document 26/06/1971


HF/BOV/M/000001
Booklet - Theatre Royal Bristol - produced to celebrate the re-opening of the Theatre on 11 May 1943. Includes article by Laurence Housman and a transcript of the prologue written by Herbert Farjeon and read by Sybil Thorndike, 3 copies
Printed Material 11/05/1943


HF/BOV/M/000002/1
C.E.M.A. Bulletin, no.31, November 1942. Includes an article about the appeal to buy & preserve Bristol Theatre Royal.
Printed Material 11/1942


HF/BOV/M/000002/2
C.E.M.A. Bulletin, no.35, March 1943. Includes an article about the appeal to buy & preserve Bristol Theatre Royal.
Printed Material 03/1943


HF/BOV/M/000003
Sale Catalogue - for the auction of the Theatre Royal, Bristol on 28 January 1942. The fully furnished & equipped freehold theatre to be sold by Messrs. Harris & Gillow, by order of the executors of Milton Bode & Robert Courtneidge.
Includes plan of the Theatre Royal.
Printed Material 28/01/1942


HF/BOV/P/000001/1
Photograph - view of the stalls taken from the stage, Bristol Theatre Royal. B&W photograph. N.D [c.1930-40]
Photograph 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/BOV/P/000001/2
Photograph - view of the stage taken from the auditorium, Bristol Theatre Royal. B&W photograph. N.D [c.1930-40]
Photograph 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/BOV/P/000002
Photographs - interior of the Bristol Theatre Royal (Old Vic), taken from different angles, mainly of the decoration of the building. B&W photographs. Photographer: C.D. Ruding Bryan, Bristol. N.D [c.1930-40]
Photograph 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/BOV/PC/000001
Press cutting - a letter from Herbert Farjeon printed in the Cavalcade about the Bristol Theatre Royal, requesting help with finding out more information on the theatre
Printed Material 13/06/1936


HF/BOV/PC/000002
Press cuttings - Herbert Farjeon's letter to The Times about the sale of the Bristol Theatre Royal and its importance for British Theatre, and cuttings that back up Farjeon's concerns, including a follow up letter from John Gielgud
Printed Material 01/1942


HF/BOV/PC/000003
Press cuttings - series of cuttings that cover the re-opening of the Bristol Theatre Royal, includes picture of Sybil Thorndike and a transcript of the monologue she gave on the opening night (written by Herbert Farjeon)
Printed Material 05/1943


HF/BOV/PC/000004
Press cutting - Theatre Royal, Bristol - written by John Summerson, about the architecture of the theatre, includes picture and plan of the interior, extract from The Architectual Review
Printed Material 12/1943


HF/BOV/PC/000005
Press cuttings - How Herbert Farjeon Saved Bristol Royal - written by Charles Landstone, about Farjeon's role in saving the Theatre in the 1940's, published in The Stage
Printed Material 04/07/1957


HF/BOV/PG/000001
Programme - She Stoops To Conquer, Bristol Theatre Royal, 11 May 1943. Performed on the re-opening of the Theatre.
Printed Material 11/05/1943


HF/BOV/PS/000001
Script - An Occasional Prologue to She Stoops To Conquer, spoken by Dame Sybil Thorndike in the character of Mrs Hardcastle at the re-opening of the Theatre Royal, Bristol on 11 May 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon. (4 copies)
Typed Document 11/05/1943


HF/BOV/PS/000002
Article - Theatre Royal, Bristol - typescript written by Charles Landstone, concerning the restoration & re-opening of the Theatre in May 1943, & plans for the future of the theatre.
Includes report on the cost of the restoration, the appointment of T. Hickson as manager & Charles Landstone as Assistant Drama Director, & proposed ticket prices.
Typed Document 1940s (?)


HF/BOV/PS/000003
Article - England's Oldest Theatre - typescript written by Herbert Farjeon. An article about the Bristol Theatre Royal and his part in helping to save it in the 1940's, pp 7
Typed Document 1940s (?)


HF/BOV/PS/000004
Article - Theatre Royal, Bristol - typescript from the broadcast written by Wilfred Rooke Ley, giving a brief history of the theatre, pp 8
Typed Document 1940s (?)


HF/BOV/PS/000005
C.E.M.A. bulletin, November 1942 - typescript notes giving a brief history of Bristol Theatre Royal (by Herbert Farjeon?] and people concerned with the theatre over the years, pp 3
Typed Document 11/1942


HF/BOV/PS/000006
Article - typescript extract from 'Theatrical Bristol' by Guy Tracey Watts, about the Bristol Theatre Royal, includes a prologue and epilogue written by Garrick, pp 2
Typed Document 1940s (?)


HF/BOV/PS/000007
Article - Old Age on the Stage - typescript written by Herbert Farjeon, part of an article about older actors and actresses, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1940s


HF/BOV/PS/000008
Radio script - Theatre Royal, Bristol - typescript written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about the history of Bristol Theatre Royal, annotated, pp 26
Typed Document 1940s (?)


HF/C/000001
Correspondence - typescript letter from E J Kenny Bull (?) from the BBC, to Herbert Farjeon, concerning Farjeon's radio programme Elizabethan Broadcast, 1933, pp 1
notes for the broadcast HF/M/000111-122, and synopsis of the broadcast HF/PS/000353
Typed Document 17/03/1933


HF/C/000002
Correspondence - typescript letter from Jinny (?) to Herbert Farjeon 'Bertie', giving suggestions for the play The Queen's Pleasure, pp 1
for a copy of the play see HF/C/000002
Typed Document 1934 (?)


HF/C/000003/1
Correspondence - typescript letter from Helen (?) at the BBC, to Herbert Farjeon 'Bertie', about scripts that Farjeon had sent to them and whether they are likely to be used, discusses Abraham and Isaac, London Calling - 1837, Masque of Neptune, pp 2
Typed Document 05/05/1936


HF/C/000003/2
Correspondence - typescript copy of a letter from W Sprowson, to the BBC, complaining about the content of the radio play Abraham and Isaac, pp 2
for the script of Abraham and Isaac see HF/PS/000049
Typed Document 28/11/1937


HF/C/000004
Correspondence - typescript letter from Henry (?), of Samuel French Ltd, to Herbert Farjeon, about Farjeon's request for permission to use the sketch Snaps, pp 1
Typed Document 13/04/1939


HF/C/000005
Correspondence - typescript letter from a Arthur G Mead, an Inspector of Taxes, to Herbert Farjeon, concerning Farjeon's finances, pp 1
Typed Document 06/08/1943


HF/C/000006/1
Correspondence - manuscript letter from 'Schoolgirl', to Perrault (character from Herbert Farjeon's, The Glass Slipper), possibly a song/poem, in an envelope addressed to Mon Perrault, St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Written Document 24/12/1944


HF/C/000006/2
Correspondence - typescript letter from Herbert Farjeon, to Beverley Baxter, thanking her for her review of his play The Glass Slipper, St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Typed Document 31/12/1944


HF/C/000006/3
Correspondence - typescript letter from Beverley Baxter, to Herbert Farjeon, thanking him for his letter, discussing his play The Glass Slipper, St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Typed Document 03/01/1945


HF/C/000006/4
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Marion Millett, to Herbert and Eleanor Farjeon, telling them how much she enjoyed their play The Glass Slipper, St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Written Document 31/12/1944


HF/C/000006/5
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Mildred Noble, to Herbert Farjeon, telling him how much she (and her children) enjoyed his play The Glass Slipper, St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Written Document 03/01/1945


HF/C/000006/6
Correspondence - typescript letter from Maria Stormonth (Maria Luth - performed in An Elephant in Arcady), to Eleanor Farjeon, congratulating her on the show The Glass Slipper, St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Typed Document 02/01/1945


HF/C/000006/7
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Kathleen Finch (?), to Herbert Farjeon, concerning the possibility of publishing his play The Glass Slipper, pp 1
Written Document 12/02/1945


HF/C/000007
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Mary Barton (?), to Herbert Farjeon, saying how much she had enjoyed his play (not named) the previous evening, pp 1
Written Document 1910s - 1940s (?)


HF/C/000008
Correspondence - manuscript letter from Louis (?), to Herbert Farjeon 'Bertie', discussion about Romeo and Juliet, and arranging to meet up with Farjeon, pp 1
Written Document 1910s - 1940s (?)


HF/C/000009
Correspondence - manuscript letter from 'Carrie' to Herbert Farjeon, suggesting that Farjeon write a play about Rossetti, pp 1
Written Document 1910s - 1940s (?)


HF/C/000009/1
Correspondence - typescript copies of letters sent between Herbert Farjeon and Joyce Grenfell, 1939-1943, covering the beginning of Joyce Grenfell's stage career in Farjeon's Little Revue, also mentions Farjeon's other revues in that period, pp 29
Typed Document 1939 - 1943


HF/C/000009/2/1
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, 1939, concerning her script for the Little Revue, pp 2
Typed Document 20/01/1939


HF/C/000009/2/10
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing getting the Little Theatre back opened, and about the outbreak of war, pp 1
Printed Material 06/09/1939


HF/C/000009/2/11
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing the outbreak of the war, pp 2
Printed Material 07/09/1939


HF/C/000009/2/12
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing Joyce's position when the theatre's are re-opened, pp 1
Printed Material 09/1939 (?)


HF/C/000009/2/13
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing the Little Revue being played on the radio, also asking Joyce to take part in the autumn revue, pp 3
Printed Material 18/03/1940


HF/C/000009/2/14
Correspondence - photocopy of a note from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, a piece that Farjeon had written, with the first line 'A sandwich in a snack-bar is cheaper than the Ritz', pp 2
Printed Material 16/08/1940


HF/C/000009/2/15
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about the air raids and the state of the theatres during the war, pp 1
Printed Material 16/09/1940


HF/C/000009/2/16
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, talking about the revue Diversion, and his plans for his next revue, pp 3
Printed Material 01/05/1941


HF/C/000009/2/17
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about a new revue he was planning called 'Free French', his writing of sketches, three copies, pp 3
Printed Material 08/1941


HF/C/000009/2/18
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about ENSA, a poem of Joyce's in the Observer, and arranging to meet her, pp 1
Printed Material 02/09/1941


HF/C/000009/2/19
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing a book Joyce had lent him and Cliveden, pp 2
Printed Material 27/09/1941


HF/C/000009/2/2
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, concerning her job at The Observer and mentioning her friend Virginia Graham, pp 2
Printed Material 30/01/1939


HF/C/000009/2/20
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about Farjeon writing for the new Cochran show 'Big Top', pp 1
Printed Material 21/10/1941


HF/C/000009/2/21
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing his next production 'Big Top', about rehearsals, different actors/actresses, and sketches, pp 2
Printed Material 05/12/1941


HF/C/000009/2/22
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about a meeting they had had, pp 1
Printed Material 25/01/1942


HF/C/000009/2/23
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about the start of rehearsals for the revue Farjeon's XI, pp 1
Printed Material 12/02/1942


HF/C/000009/2/24
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing his revue Big Top, after its opening and how it was going, and getting a sketch banned by the censor, pp 1
Printed Material 16/05/1942


HF/C/000009/2/25
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing Joyce's opinions about some new sketches he had written, pp 4
Printed Material 02/08/1942


HF/C/000009/2/26
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, thanking Joyce for her help, pp 1
Printed Material 1942


HF/C/000009/2/3
Correspondence - photocopy of a note from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about having received the tunes she had sent him, pp 1
Printed Material 01/02/1939


HF/C/000009/2/4
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon, to Joyce Grenfell, discussing the prospect of her broadcasting on radio and being in his show the Little Revue, and about writing sketches for revues, pp 2
Printed Material 03/02/1939


HF/C/000009/2/5
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, saying he is pleased about her decision to join his revue, the Little Revue, and discusses what her stage name should be, pp 3
Printed Material 06/02/1939


HF/C/000009/2/6
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about her sketch Head Girl, and about his work for his Little Revue, pp 2
Printed Material 03/1939


HF/C/000009/2/7
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about response they'd had from the first night of the Little Revue, pp 3
Printed Material 04/1939


HF/C/000009/2/8
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, discussing whether or not Joyce will renew her three month contract with the Little Revue, pp 4
Printed Material 26/06/1939


HF/C/000009/2/9
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Herbert Farjeon to Joyce Grenfell, about possibilities for the Little Revue to go to America, and about his book Kings and Queen's, pp 2
Printed Material 08/1939


HF/C/000009/3/1
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about two monologue's she had written, pp 1
Printed Material 08/02/1939


HF/C/000009/3/10
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about the atmosphere back stage, pp 2
Printed Material 1939 (?)


HF/C/000009/3/11
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about the beginning of the war, and having evacuated children at her house, pp 2
Printed Material 04/09/1939


HF/C/000009/3/12
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about the beginning of the War, pp 2
Printed Material 08/09/1939


HF/C/000009/3/13
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about what was happening during the beginning of the War, pp 2
Printed Material 11/09/1939


HF/C/000009/3/14
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, discussing about Annabel's poem, and discussing the War, pp 2
Printed Material 10/10/1939


HF/C/000009/3/15
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, discussing German's being employed in the theatre, pp 2
Printed Material 1939 - 1945 (?)


HF/C/000009/3/16
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about changing dressing rooms, with Irene Eisinger, pp 1
Printed Material 18/10/1939


HF/C/000009/3/17
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about whether Farjeon could arrange for students to have free tickets for the matinee's of the show, pp 2
Printed Material 06/11/1939


HF/C/000009/3/18
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about doing an RAF concert, and writing more sketches, pp 2
Printed Material 17/01/1940


HF/C/000009/3/19
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, discussing about whether to stay and help at Cliveden, or go on an ENSA tour, pp 1
Printed Material 21/04/1940


HF/C/000009/3/2
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about when to start her first rehearsal, and her anticipation of the show, pp 2
Printed Material 27/03/1939


HF/C/000009/3/20
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, a few lines of a poem/sketch, pp 1
Printed Material 13/04/1940


HF/C/000009/3/21
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about her life, having a holiday, and a revue that Autumn, pp 2
Printed Material 21/01/1941 (?)


HF/C/000009/3/22
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about meeting up with Stephen Potter and George Bernard Shaw, and doing troop concerts in England, pp 2
Printed Material 23/08/1941


HF/C/000009/3/23
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about doing some radio broadcasts, and various concerts, pp 2
Printed Material 27/08/1941


HF/C/000009/3/24
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about her radio programme, and touring, pp 2
Printed Material 02/12/1941


HF/C/000009/3/25
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about his new revue Farjeon's XI, pp 2
Printed Material 09/12/1941


HF/C/000009/3/26
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about meeting up with Farjeon in London, pp 2
Printed Material 22/01/1942


HF/C/000009/3/27
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about not being able to be involved in Farjeon's next revue, pp 4
Printed Material 14/03/1942


HF/C/000009/3/28
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about helping at the hospital, working with Richard Addinsell, pp 2
Printed Material 13/04/1942


HF/C/000009/3/29
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, telling Farjeon what she thought of his show Big Top, and the different sketches in it, pp 2
Printed Material 14/03/1942


HF/C/000009/3/3
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, thanking him for his words after her first performance in the Little Revue, discussing if she should change the order of her monologue, pp 2
Printed Material 23/04/1939


HF/C/000009/3/30
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about the censor, her doing a radio show, pp 2
Printed Material 20/05/1942


HF/C/000009/3/31
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about Farjeon's Light and Shade, going through each song and making comments, pp 5
Printed Material 20/07/1942


HF/C/000009/3/32
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about wanting to get back to the theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 12/09/1942


HF/C/000009/3/33
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about her ENSA tours, pp 2
Printed Material 27/10/1942


HF/C/000009/3/34
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about Farjeon's Torquay sketch, on holiday with Reggie, pp 4
Printed Material 19/05/1943


HF/C/000009/3/4
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about them meeting that weekend, pp 1
Printed Material 25/04/1939


HF/C/000009/3/5
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about doing her monologues at a party organised by Lady Reading, pp 2
Printed Material 16/05/1939


HF/C/000009/3/6
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, discussing whether to renew her three month contract with the Little Revue, and about writing new sketches, pp 3
Printed Material 25/06/1939


HF/C/000009/3/7
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about the possibility of changing the order of the show so she could attend a party to do a performance, pp 1
Printed Material 29/06/1939


HF/C/000009/3/8
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about ideas for new sketches, and how long she will continue with the revue, pp 2
Printed Material 02/07/1939


HF/C/000009/3/9
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Joyce Grenfell to Herbert Farjeon, about her being approached by an American agent, pp 2
Printed Material 03/08/1939


HF/DC/000001
Article - The Man McKinnel - article published in The Actor, 1920, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Norman McKinnel, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1920


HF/DC/000002
Article - Recent Plays - article published in the British Drama League Journal, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, about plays in London that season, pp 1
Printed Material 12/1930


HF/DC/000003/1
Article - And Nothing But The Truth - A Dramatic Critic Lets Himself Go - article published in The Bystander, 1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, illustrations by Frank Ford, pp 1
Printed Material 12/1932


HF/DC/000003/2
Article - Those Christmas Books Again! - article published in The Bystander, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Printed Material 12/1937


HF/DC/000004/1
Article - In the Limelight - David Copperfield - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Sir Herbert Tree's production at His Majesty's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 04/02/1915


HF/DC/000004/10
Article - In The Limelight - A Royal Divorce - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production of the play at the Lyceym Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 15/04/1915


HF/DC/000004/11
Article - In The Limelight - The Blow - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production at the Little Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 22/04/1915


HF/DC/000004/12
Article - In The Limelight - Three Spoonfuls - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production at the Criterion Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 29/04/1915


HF/DC/000004/13
Article - In The Limelight - The Joker - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production at the New Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 06/05/1915


HF/DC/000004/2
Article - In The Limelight - Kings and Queens - article published in The Cartoon, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Ralph Besier's production at the St James' Theatre
Printed Material 11/02/1915


HF/DC/000004/3
Article - In The Limelight - A Busy Day, article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, Mr Carton's farce at the Apollo Theatre, starring Mr Hawtrey, pp 1
Printed Material 18/02/1915


HF/DC/000004/4
Article - In The Limelight - Searchlights - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production of the play at the Savoy Theatre, starring H B Irving, pp 1
Printed Material 25/02/1915


HF/DC/000004/5
Article - In The Limelight - The Alhambra Revue - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a revue at the Alhambra, starring Robert Hale, George Graves, pp 1
Printed Material 04/03/1915


HF/DC/000004/6
Article - In The Limelight - The Three Musketeers - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production of the play at the Lyceum Theatre, mentioning Ethel Warwick, Harcourt Williams, Herbert Williams, pp 1
Printed Material 11/03/1915


HF/DC/000004/7
Article - In The Limelight - Excuse Me! - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production of the play at the Lyceum Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 18/03/1915


HF/DC/000004/8
Article - In The Limelight - He Didn't Want to Do It - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production at the Prince of Wales Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 25/03/1915


HF/DC/000004/9
Article - In The Limelight - Seven Days - article published in The Cartoon, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production at the New Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 01/04/1915


HF/DC/000005/1
Article - The Book of Nobs - article published in The Communist, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, book review for Kelly's Handbook to the Titled, Landed and Official Classes, pp 1
Printed Material 09/04/1921


HF/DC/000005/2
Article - Old Vic - article published in The Communist, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, book review for Queen Victoria, written by Lytton Strachey, pp 1
Printed Material 25/06/1921


HF/DC/000006
Article - Mr G B Shaw Upsets 'The Apple Cart' - The King Business - article published in the Daily Chronicle, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, review for the first performance of the play The Apple Cart at the Bernard Shaw Festival in Malvern, pp 1
Printed Material 08/1929


HF/DC/000007
Article - Between the Acts - series of diary pieces published in the Daily Herald, April-May 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes short briefs about plays being performed, reviews, actors/actresses and general theatre news, pp 1
Printed Material 03/04/1919 - 16/05/1919


HF/DC/000008
Article - Round the Halls - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, about general theatre, ballet, music news, pp 1
Printed Material 05/04/1919 - 30/06/1919


HF/DC/000009
Article - Seen on the Screen - articles published in the Daily Herald, 1919-1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, series of reviews on films, pp 1
Printed Material 14/04/1919 - 06/09/1921


HF/DC/000010
Article - The Downing Street Night's Entertainment or Tales told to a Prime Minister - series of stories published in the Daily Herald, written by E Maynard Jones (?), (not specifically theatre related), pp 24
Printed Material 1919


HF/DC/000011/1
Article - Mary Moor Returns - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the actress in Our Mr Hepplewhite at the Criterion, pp 1
Printed Material 04/04/1919


HF/DC/000011/10
Article - Play on Parnell - review published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play The Lost Leader at the Sloane-square Court, pp 1
Printed Material 11/06/1919


HF/DC/000011/11
Article - The Ninth Earl - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Comedy Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 10/03/1920


HF/DC/000011/12
Article - Mr Hackett and Hecate - His Tragedie of Macbeth - article published in the Daily Herald, 1920, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Aldwych Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 11/1920


HF/DC/000011/13
Article - A New Macbeth - article published in the Daily Herald, 1920, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production of Macbeth at the Aldwych Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 11/1920


HF/DC/000011/14
Article - Mr Maugham's New Play - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Somerset Maugham's The Circle at the Haymarket, pp 1
Printed Material 04/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/15
Article - Squandermania on the Screen - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by 'Kinemaniac' (probably Herbert Farjeon), about money in the film industry, pp 1
Printed Material 05/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/16
Article - The Muddler - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the play at the Garrick Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 08/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/17
Article - A New Hamlet - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the play at the Old Vic, pp 1
Printed Material 09/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/18
Article - Her Husband's Wife - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Globe Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 09/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/19
Article - A Divorce Problem - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Clemence Dane's A Bill of Divorcement at St Martin's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 15/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/2
Article - The Long, Long Arm - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Time to Wake Up, at the New Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 12/04/1919


HF/DC/000011/20
Article - Love for Love - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the play at the Lyric, Hammersmith, pp 1
Printed Material 21/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/21
Article - The Heart of a Child - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Kingsway Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 28/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/22
Article - Bulldog Drummond - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Wyndham's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 30/03/1921


HF/DC/000011/23
Article - Rhoda Fleming - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Ambassador's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1921


HF/DC/000011/24
Article - Queer New Comedy at Playhouse - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Love by M A Arabian at the Playhouse, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1921


HF/DC/000011/25
Article - Nightie Night - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Queen's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1921


HF/DC/000011/26
Article - Sarah Back in London - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Sarah Bernhardt in Daniel at the Prince's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 05/04/1921


HF/DC/000011/27
Article - Up in Mabel's Room - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the play at the Playhouse Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 07/04/1921


HF/DC/000011/28
Article - That People's Theatre - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about a 'people's theatre', pp 2
Printed Material 01/05/1921


HF/DC/000011/29
Article - Don Q - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Apollo Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 1921


HF/DC/000011/3
Article - The Rising Actress - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, imaginary interview with a 'rising actress', pp 1
Printed Material 21/04/1919


HF/DC/000011/30
Article - Good Bye, VI! - article published in the Daily Herald, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of London, Paris and New York at the Pavilion, pp 1
Printed Material 1921


HF/DC/000011/31
Article - A Schoolboy's Tragedy - article published in the Daily Herald, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a school boy, pp 1
Printed Material 20/03/1922


HF/DC/000011/32
Article - The Stage from Within - article published in the Daily Herald, written by Herbert Farjeon, book review of the book Play Productions for Everyone by Monica Ewer, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s


HF/DC/000011/33
Article - Anti-Shakespeare - article published in the Daily Herald, written by Herbert Farjeon, list of quotes about people that dislike Shakespeare, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s


HF/DC/000011/34
Article - An Unwritten Shaw Play - article published in the Daily Herald, written by Herbert Farjeon, about George Bernard Shaw, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s


HF/DC/000011/35
Article - Is A B C Easy? - article published in the Daily Herald, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the alphabet, pp 2
Printed Material 1920s


HF/DC/000011/36
Article - Sardou on Shakespeare - article published in the Daily Herald, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Voltaire's and Sardou's comments on Hamlet, pp 2
Printed Material 1920s


HF/DC/000011/37
Articles - various articles published in the Daily Herald, written by Herbert Farjeon, some theatre notes and some reviews for plays, including Round In Fifty, Peer Gynt, The Yellow Jacket, pp 2
Printed Material 1920s


HF/DC/000011/4
Article - Potash and Perlmutter - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the play Business Before Pleasure at the Savoy Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 22/04/1919


HF/DC/000011/5
Article - New Arnold Bennett Play - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production of Judith at the Kingsway Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 01/05/1919


HF/DC/000011/6
Article - Old Friends at the R A - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the opening of the Royal Academy, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1919


HF/DC/000011/7
Article - The Black Feather - article published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production of the play at the Scala Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1919


HF/DC/000011/8
Article - Fairy-Tale Ballet - review published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the Russian Ballet in The Fire-Bird at the Alhambra, pp 1
Printed Material 09/05/1919


HF/DC/000011/9
Article - Comedy on Army Snobbery - review published in the Daily Herald, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, about H F Malby's play A Temporary Gentleman, pp 1
Printed Material 10/06/1919


HF/DC/000012
Poem - The Flute-Player - published in the Daily Mirror, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 16/11/1915


HF/DC/000013/1
Article - Our 'Intellectuals' in the Army - Effect of Military Training on 'Reading Men' - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 11/12/1916


HF/DC/000013/10
Article - Film Stars in a New Quandary - Will Voices Match Their Screen Personalities - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000013/11
Article - A Little Advice for Tennis Players - Don't Pretend to Be Any Better Than You Are! - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Aubrey Wilmer, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/12
Article - Law Breaking and The Motor Show - What About That Twenty Mile Speed Limit? - articles published in the Daily Mirror, written by Aubrey Wilmer, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/13
Article - Are You A Slave of Luggage? - Worries of Those Starting on a Holiday - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Aubrey Wilmer, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/14
Article - Some Jobs for a Railway Dictator - Train Travel Comforts he might Introduce - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/15
Article - A Hint for the Spring Cleaning - Why Not Try New Pictures For Old? - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/16
Article - Should Young Men Write Memoirs? - Recollections of Those Who Remember Nothing - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/17
Article - Shall We Alter Our Singing Methods? - What We Have Learnt From The Witnesses - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/18
Article - A Better Name for Mother-In-Law - A Puzzle for the Newly Wed Husband - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Aubrey Wilmer, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/19
Article - With a Girl at a Cabaret Show - A Problem For Young Men and Women - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Aubrey Wilmer, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/2
Article - The Decline of the Christmas Card - Bad Rubbish and a Good Riddance - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1916, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 20/12/1916


HF/DC/000013/20
Article - What is Wrong With Our 'Revues' - Why not a Little More 'Criticism of Life'? - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/21
Article - Pantomimes 'For Adults Only' - Does Cinderella Need To Be Censored? - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000013/3
Article - Peace Prospects of the British Drama - Is There Any Hope Of An Improvement in Taste? - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 07/12/1918


HF/DC/000013/4
Article - Choosing the Favourite: A Few Whims - How Some Electors Decide Which Way To Vote - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1918, written by Philip Urquhart, pp 1
Printed Material 12/12/1918


HF/DC/000013/5
Article - Does Marriage Kill Old Friendships - Trials of Inspection Before 'In-Laws' - article published in the Daily Mirror, written by Aubrey Wilmer, pp 1
Printed Material 10/03/1921


HF/DC/000013/6
Article - A Warning to Fond Mother's and Father's - Don't Discuss Children Before Their Faces! - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1924, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 06/02/1924


HF/DC/000013/7
Article - How To Behave at Children's Parties - A Little Advice for the Grown-Ups - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1925, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1925


HF/DC/000013/8
Article - Things People Say At Lawn Tennis - How To Put A Stop To 'Bromides' - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1926, written by Aubrey Wilmer, annotated, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000013/9
Article - Big Noises Among the Playwrights - Works of Art or Works of Artillery? - article published in the Daily Mirror, 1926, written by Aubrey Wilmer, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000014
Article - Modern Critics - Are They Too Lenient? - article published in the Daily Telegraph, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000015/1
Poem - One Summer Fortnight - poem published in Everywoman's Magazine - written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1935


HF/DC/000015/2
Poem - Cruise baby Cruise! - poem published in Everywoman's Magazine, 1935, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1935


HF/DC/000015/3
Article - Why Not Degrees for Lustrous Eyes as well as Brilliant Thoughts? - article published in Everywoman's Magazine, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1930s (?)


HF/DC/000016/1
Article - Our Broadsheet - A Few Plots for Playwrights - article published in The Era, 1916, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 27/12/1916


HF/DC/000016/10
Review - Love for Love - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Aldwych Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 15/04/1917


HF/DC/000016/11
Review - #150 - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review for the War Economy Revue by Walter Hackett, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1917


HF/DC/000016/12
Review - Hush! - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review for a production of the play at the Court Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 09/05/1917


HF/DC/000016/13
Article - untitled - article published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, about dramatic critics, pp 1
Printed Material 16/05/1917


HF/DC/000016/14
Review - Revivals at the Savoy - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play The Bells at the Savoy, pp 1
Printed Material 23/05/1917


HF/DC/000016/15
Review - Penny Wise - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Prince of Wales Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 30/05/1917


HF/DC/000016/16
Review - Smile - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the revue at the Garrick Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 13/06/1917


HF/DC/000016/17
Review - His Excellency the Governor - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the New Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 20/06/1917


HF/DC/000016/18
Review - Round the Map - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a revue at the Alhambra Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 25/06/1917


HF/DC/000016/19
Article - News Revues - Should Managers try to be more Topical? - article published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, about revues, pp 1
Printed Material 12/09/1917


HF/DC/000016/2
Article - Our Broadsheet - Concerning Principal Boys - article published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, about pantomimes, pp 1
Printed Material 17/01/1917


HF/DC/000016/20
Review - What a Catch! - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the a production of the play at the Duke of York Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 01/08/1917


HF/DC/000016/21
Review - The Yellow Ticket - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the play performed at the Playhouse Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 19/09/1917


HF/DC/000016/22
Review - The Saving Grace - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Garrick Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 17/10/1917


HF/DC/000016/23
Article - Some Historical Dramas of the Future - How the Playwright of To-morrow will treat the events of Today - article published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 24/10/1917


HF/DC/000016/24
Review - The Willow Tree - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play performed at the Globe Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 24/10/1917


HF/DC/000016/25
Review - Wild Heather - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Strand Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 31/10/1917


HF/DC/000016/26
Review - Maud Allan at St Martin's - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the actress Maud Allan, pp 1
Printed Material 07/11/1917


HF/DC/000016/27
Review - Ghosts - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the St James's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 14/11/1917


HF/DC/000016/28
Review - The New 'Bubbly' - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a second edition of the revue, pp 1
Printed Material 21/11/1917


HF/DC/000016/29
Review - Here and There - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the revue at the Empire Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 05/12/1917


HF/DC/000016/3
Article - Our Broadsheet - 'Nothing Matters' - article published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Sir Herbert Tree's book Nothing Matters, pp 1
Printed Material 24/01/1917


HF/DC/000016/30
Review - The Wonder Tales - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play performed at the Ambassadors Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 26/12/1917


HF/DC/000016/31
Review - Too Much Money - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Ambassador's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 17/04/1918


HF/DC/000016/32
Review - The Freaks - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the New Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 20/02/1918


HF/DC/000016/33
Review - Be Careful, baby! - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play performed at the Apollo Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 04/1918


HF/DC/000016/34
Review - Uncle Anyhow - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play performed at the Haymarket Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 08/05/1918


HF/DC/000016/35
Review - Going Up - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Gaiety Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 29/05/1918


HF/DC/000016/36
Review - The Sneezing Charm - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play performed at the Court Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 12/06/1918


HF/DC/000016/37
Review - The Loving Heart - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the New Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 19/06/1918


HF/DC/000016/38
Review - Shanghai - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Theatre Royal, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/09/1918


HF/DC/000016/39
Review - Macbeth at the Old Vic - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Printed Material 23/10/1918


HF/DC/000016/4
Article - Our Broadsheet - Liptonised Art - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 02/1917


HF/DC/000016/40
Review - Twelfth Night at the Court - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play, pp 1
Printed Material 06/11/1918


HF/DC/000016/41
Review - Love's Labour's Lost - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Old Vic, pp 1
Printed Material 11/12/1918


HF/DC/000016/42
Article - Freaks of Fairyland - article published in The Era, 1919, written by Herbert Farjeon, about fairy experiences, pp 1
Printed Material 01/01/1919


HF/DC/000016/43
Article - Who Wants a Knighthood? - article published in The Era (?), written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000016/44
Review - Loyalty - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review for a production of the play at the St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 28/11/1917


HF/DC/000016/5
Review - The Man who went Abroad - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Globe Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 14/03/1917


HF/DC/000016/6
Review - The Other Bing Boys - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of A Picture of London Life in a Prologue and Six Panels at the London Opera House, pp 1
Printed Material 14/03/1917


HF/DC/000016/7
Review - General Post - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Haymarket, pp 1
Printed Material 21/03/1917


HF/DC/000016/8
Review - Wonderful James - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play at the Garrick Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 28/03/1917


HF/DC/000016/9
Review - Double Dutch - published in The Era, 1917, written by Herbert Farjeon, review for a production of the play at the Apollo Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 11/04/1917


HF/DC/000017/1
Review - Remant - published in The Era, 1917, written by J T Crein, review of a production of the play at the Royalty Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 07/03/1917


HF/DC/000017/2
Review - Petticoats! - published in The Era, 1917, written by J T Crein, review of a production of the play at the Garrick Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 14/03/1917


HF/DC/000017/3
Review - Triple Bill at the New - published in The Era, 1917, written by J T Crein, review of productions of the plays The Old Lady Shows her Medals, Wurzel-Flummery and Seven Women, pp 1
Printed Material 11/04/1917


HF/DC/000017/4
Review - Hamlet - published in The Era, 1917, written by J T Crein, review of a production of the play at the Savoy Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1917


HF/DC/000017/5
Review - Bubbly - published in The Era, 1917, written by J T Crein, review of a production of the musical entertainment at the Comedy Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 09/05/1917


HF/DC/000017/6
Review - Sheila - published in The Era, 1917, written by J T Crein, review of a production of the play at St James's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 13/06/1917


HF/DC/000017/7
Review - Humpty Dumpty - published in The Era, 1917, written by J T Crein, review of a production of the play at the Savoy Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 20/06/1917


HF/DC/000018
Reviews - My Music Hall Tour - published in The Era, 1917-1919, written by 'Extra Turn' (possibly Herbert Farjeon?), reviews and comments on music hall shows, mentions Ellen Terry, Harry Tate, Jimmy Glover etc., pp 47
Printed Material 31/10/1917 - 15/01/1919


HF/DC/000019/1
Article - Green Room Papers - Superintending Supers - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), about extras on the stage, pp 1
Printed Material 13/02/1918


HF/DC/000019/10
Article - Green Room Papers - Learning a Part - Why Are Actors and Actresses Kept in the Dark? - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), pp 1
Printed Material 12/06/1918


HF/DC/000019/11
Article - Green Room Papers - 'Criticus' Discusses What the Public Wants - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), mentions Sir George Alexander and George Bernard Shaw, pp 1
Printed Material 19/06/1918


HF/DC/000019/12
Article - Green Room Papers - 'Criticus' on Getting Bad Notices - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), about play reviews, pp 1
Printed Material 03/07/1918


HF/DC/000019/13
Article - Green Room Papers - Should Comedians Indulge in Local Allusions? - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), about music hall comedians, pp 1
Printed Material 31/07/1918


HF/DC/000019/14
Article - Green Room Papers - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about Beecham's Il Seraglio, Noces de Figaro and Coq d'Or, pp 1
Printed Material 14/08/1918


HF/DC/000019/15
Article - Green Room Papers - 'Should we ban Shakespeare?' 'Criticus' on the Warpath Again - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), pp 1
Printed Material 04/09/1918


HF/DC/000019/16
Article - Green Room Papers - Mainly About Curtains - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon, about stage curtains, pp 1
Printed Material 30/10/1918


HF/DC/000019/17
Article - Green Room Papers - How to Begin a Play - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), pp 1
Printed Material 27/11/1918


HF/DC/000019/2
Article - Green Room Papers - Some Ladies of Belmont - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), about Ellen Terry playing Portia in The Merchant of Venice, pp 1
Printed Material 27/02/1918


HF/DC/000019/3
Article - Green Room Papers - Professional Applauders - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), pp 1
Printed Material 20/02/1918


HF/DC/000019/4
Article - Green Room Papers - The Church and the Stage - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), pp 1
Printed Material 06/03/1918


HF/DC/000019/5
Article - Green Room Papers - Long Runs and the Actor, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), pp 1
Printed Material 13/03/1918


HF/DC/000019/6
Article - Green Room Papers - Hamlet in the Altogether - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), comments on a production of the play at the Old Vic, pp 1
Printed Material 03/04/1918


HF/DC/000019/7
Article - Green Room Papers - On Seeing Yourself Act - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), pp 1
Printed Material 17/04/1918


HF/DC/000019/8
Article - Green Room Papers - Bad Manners in Front - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), about people in front of him at the theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 24/04/1918


HF/DC/000019/9
Article - Green Room Papers - Actors in Retirement - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), about the actress Mary Pickford, pp 1
Printed Material 08/05/1918


HF/DC/000020/1
Article - Ghosts from Old Arenas - The Elizabethan Audience - published in The Era, 1911, written by 'They Playboy' (possibly Herbert Farjeon?), pp 1
Printed Material 10/1911


HF/DC/000020/2
Article - Ghosts from Old Arenas - The Restoration Audience - published in The Era, 1911, written by 'The Playboy' (possibly Herbert Farjeon (?)), pp 1
Printed Material 11/1911


HF/DC/000020/3
Article - Playgoing in Paris - article published in The Era, 1911, written by 'The Playboy' (possibly Herbert Farjeon?), pp 1
Printed Material 11/1911


HF/DC/000020/4
Article - The Old Princess's - article published in The Era, 1912, written by 'The Playboy' (possibly Herbert Farjeon?), about the demolition of the old theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 1912


HF/DC/000020/5
Article - How to Collaborate - Methods of Dramatists who work in Double Harness - published in The Era, 1917, written by 'The Playboy' (possibly Herbert Farjeon?), pp 1
Printed Material 01/08/1917


HF/DC/000020/6
Article - Mainly About Deadheads - Some Stories of the Free-Seat Brigade - published in The Era, 1917, written by 'The Playboy' (possibly Herbert Farjeon?), about a clause in the Entertainment Tax, pp 1
Printed Material 25/07/1917


HF/DC/000021/1
Article - Should Women Play in Orchestras? - Artistic and Economic Aspects of the Coliseum Question - article published in The Era, 1916, written by Landon Ronald (Principal of the Guildhall School of Music), pp 1
Printed Material 15/11/1916


HF/DC/000021/10
Article - Business Methods in the States - Where English Theatres Lead and Where They Lag Behind - article published in The Era, 1917, written by Augustus Yorke, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 17/01/1917


HF/DC/000021/11
Article - Pity the Press Agent - Why His Life is 'A Dawg's Life' - article published in The Era, 1917, written by Mervyn McPherson (Press Representative of Messrs Grossmith and Laurillard's Attractions, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 24/01/1917


HF/DC/000021/12
Article - The Re-Birth of Wonder - Has The War Made Audiences Superstitious? - article published in The Era, 1917, written by David Devant, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 24/01/1917


HF/DC/000021/13
Article - Painting the Posters - What Constitutes a Good Playbill? - published in The Era, 1917, written by John Hassall, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 14/03/1917


HF/DC/000021/14
Article - How Actors Get 'Copy' - Imitating Emotion and Its Consequences - published in The Era, 1917, written by Miss Irene Vanbrugh, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 11/04/1917


HF/DC/000021/15
Article - The Woes of the 'Funny Man' - Concerning People Who Think He Is 'As Big A Fool As He Looks' - published in The Era, 1917, written by W H Berry, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 18/04/1917


HF/DC/000021/16
Article - Theatre News Wanted - by the Writer of a 'Dramatic Gossip' Column - published in The Era, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Printed Material 11/07/1917


HF/DC/000021/17
Article - Musings about 'Ma' - Concerning the Ladies who let Lodgings on the Road - published in The Era, 1917, written by Malcolm Scott, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1917


HF/DC/000021/18
Article - Training for the Stage - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), review of a book 'Training for the Stage' by Arthur Hornblow, pp 1
Printed Material 30/01/1918


HF/DC/000021/19
Articles - Recollections of a 'Star' Pilot - published in The Era, 1918, written by Charles J Abud, series of four articles mentioning George Edwards, Abbey & Grau, Sarah Bernhardt, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Printed Material 27/03/1918 - 03/04/1918


HF/DC/000021/2
Article - Booming the Panto Songs - How to Make Popular Airs Popular - article published in The Era, 1916, written by Bert Feldman, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 06/12/1916


HF/DC/000021/20
Article - Actor-Managers - An Interview with Mr Gerald du Maurier - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Printed Material 27/03/1918


HF/DC/000021/21
Article - The Russian Ballet - published in The Era, 1918, written by Herbert Farjeon(?), review of Cleopatra at the London Coliseum, pp 1
Printed Material 11/09/1918


HF/DC/000021/22
Article - Plea for an English Ballet - The Need for a Permanent Institution - published in The Era, 1918, written by 'Criticus' (possibly Herbert Farjeon?), pp 1
Printed Material 09/10/1918


HF/DC/000021/23
Article - A Shakespeare Reading - published in The Era, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about a dramatic reading of Much Ado About Nothing by the British Empire Shakespeare Society, pp 1
Printed Material 1910s - 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000021/24
Article - Our Broadsheet - Music Hall Songs - published in The Era, written by Alfred Barnard, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000021/25
Article - The Single Turn's Return - IS the Music Hall in for Another Change? - published in The Era, 1917, written by Marie Lloyd, pp 1
Printed Material 21/03/1917


HF/DC/000021/3
Article - Buying A Ticket - Some Typical Box-Office Stories - article published in The Era, 1916, written by 'Box-Officers' (possibly Herbert Farjeon ?), pp 1
Printed Material 06/12/1916


HF/DC/000021/4
Article - Views on Interviews - How to Answer Posers from Pressmen - article published in The Era, 1916, written by Nora Delany, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 20/12/1916


HF/DC/000021/5
Article - Props for the Front - Pantos in Piccadilly and North Sea Revues - article published in The Era, 1916, written by Willy Clarkson, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 20/12/1916


HF/DC/000021/6
Article - The Shakespeare Exhibition - Historic, Dramatic, and Artistic Mementoes - article published in The Era, 1916, written by Martin Harvey, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 27/12/1916


HF/DC/000021/7
Article - Posters for Soldiers - How to Help Tommy Decorate his Dug-Out - article published in The Era, 1916, written by Sir George Alexander, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 27/12/1916


HF/DC/000021/8
Article - Advertising a Theatre - A Few Points for Progressive Managers - article published in The Era, 1917, written by H Dennis Bradley, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 10/01/1917


HF/DC/000021/9
Article - How To Get Your Own Public - Why Artists Must Experiment To Get On - article published in The Era, 1917, written by Fred Barnes, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 10/01/1917


HF/DC/000022/1
Article - Russian Scandal - published in The Globe, 1915, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about Russia, pp 1
Printed Material 02/1915 (?)


HF/DC/000022/10
Article - Revues and the Drama - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), discussion about the state of British drama, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/11
Article - Some Christmas Letters - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about Christmas Letters, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/12
Article - Leeks and Thistles - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about Welshmen, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/13
Article - 'The Old Dozen' - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about the Army, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/14
Article - The Seaside Guide - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/15
Article - War Dreams - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the 'soldier's dream' in periodicals, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/16
Article - Art and the War - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/17
Article - A Hint To Dramatists - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about critics and the dramatists, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/18
Article - A Hint To Dramatists - Mr Austin Brereton Replies To Mr Farjeon - published in The Globe, letter from Austin Brereton, response to Herbert Farjeon's article HF/DC/000022/17, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/19
Article - A Hint To Dramatists - Why Is IT That The Revue Pays? - published in The Globe, letter written by Herbert Farjeon, about a reply he received to do with his article HF/DC/000022/18, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/2
Article - A Union for Artists - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about the Government's decision to close Museums, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/20
Article - War and the Channel Tunnel - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/21
Article - Plays We All Know - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about playwrights, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/22
Article - In The Square of St Mark's - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about the bombing of St Mark's Square, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/23
Article - The Traitor Translator - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about a German translator, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/24
Article - The Autograph Fiend - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about autograph hunters, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/25
Article - The Laconics of War - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/3
Article - In a Kerry Outhouse - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about languages, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/4
Article - Bad Language and the War - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/5
Article - The Democratic Banana - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about banned fruits under Restriction of Imports, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/6
Article - All The King's Horses - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon, about King George at the Front, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/7
Article - A German Invasion: 1592 - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/8
Article - The Higher Criticism - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon, piece of narrative, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000022/9
Article - 'Tino' - published in The Globe, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about Greece entering the War, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000023/1
Article - These Terrible Times - published in The Humorist, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about being afraid of beauty, pp 1
Printed Material 06/11/1926


HF/DC/000023/2
Article - Lawn Tennis Made Easy - published in The Humorist, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, humorous series of lawn tennis tips, pp 1
Printed Material 11/06/1927


HF/DC/000023/3
Article - The Little White Mouse - published in The Humorist, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, story about a white mouse, pp 1
Printed Material 27/07/1927


HF/DC/000023/4
Article - Tactics in the Field - published in The Humorist, 1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about summer holidays, pp 1
Printed Material 23/07/1932


HF/DC/000023/5
Article - Interviewing Father Christmas - published The Humorist, 1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 26/11/1932


HF/DC/000023/6
Article - What Would You Do? - published in The Humorist, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Christmas, pp 1
Printed Material 25/11/1933


HF/DC/000023/7
Article - Was Lancelot an Amateur? - published in The Humorist, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 08/04/1933


HF/DC/000024/1
Article - Mainly About Plays - (?)bles and Blood-Lust - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the play The House is Jefferies mentioning Sybil Thorndike, pp 1
Printed Material 01/01/1943


HF/DC/000024/10
Article - Mainly About Plays - They Came to a City - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about a production of the play at the Globe Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/05/1943


HF/DC/000024/11
Article - Mainly About Plays - Mr Coward's Couple - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Noel Coward's play present Laughter at the Haymarket, pp 1
Printed Material 21/05/1943


HF/DC/000024/12
Article - Mainly About Plays - Theatre from the Armchair - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about various plays including Quality Street, Mr Pim Passes By, The White-headed Boy, pp 1
Printed Material 04/06/1943


HF/DC/000024/2
Article - Mainly About Plays - Old Ladies at Play - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Sir James Barrie's play Better Dead, and a production of the play Arsenic and Old Lace at the Strand Theatre
Printed Material 15/01/1943


HF/DC/000024/3
Article - Mainly About Plays - Garrick Commits Bigamy - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play The Romance of David Garrick by Constance Cox, pp 1
Printed Material 29/01/1943


HF/DC/000024/4
Article - Mainly About Plays - The Bones of The Buried - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Dion Boucicault's play The Streets of London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/02/1943


HF/DC/000024/5
Article - Mainly About Plays - Acting In Bed - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the farce A Week-end in Bed and a production of A Month in the Country, starring Michael Redgrave, pp 1
Printed Material 26/02/1943


HF/DC/000024/6
Article - Mainly About Plays - A Month in the Country - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about a production of the play at St James's Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 12/03/1943


HF/DC/000024/7
Article - Mainly About Plays - Modern Novels Dramatised - published in John O'London's Weekly, about a production of the play Brighton Rock at the Garrick Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 26/03/1943


HF/DC/000024/8
Article - Mainly About Plays - Bernard Shaw's Best Play - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play Heartbreak House, pp 1
Printed Material 09/04/1943


HF/DC/000024/9
Article - Mainly About Plays - Love for Love - published in John O'London's Weekly, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, about John Gielgud's production of the play at the Phoenix Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 23/04/1943


HF/DC/000025
Article - Day In, Day Out - The Diary of a Dilettante - published in the Lansbury's Labour Weekly, 1925, written by Herbert Farjeon, various humorous commentaries, pp 21
this is twenty one different articles
Printed Material 28/02/1925 - 25/07/1925


HF/DC/000026
Article - Alas, Poor Will! - published in The Listener, 1937, written by Harley Granville-Barker, commenting on Shakespeare's treatment on the screen and through the microphone, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Printed Material 03/03/1937


HF/DC/000027
Article - Much Ado About Nothing? - published in The Listener, 1937, written by Alfred Hitchcock and John Gielgud, replying to the comments of Harley Granville-Barker in HF/DC/000026, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Printed Material 10/03/1937


HF/DC/000028/1
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Thoughts on Assuming Office - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, on beginning the column reviewing radio programmes, pp 1
Printed Material 06/05/1943


HF/DC/000028/10
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Summer or Winter? - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing radio programmes that week, mentioning the programme Summer Days, pp 1
Printed Material 08/07/1943


HF/DC/000028/11
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Cabbages and Kings - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning Miss Storm Jameson's play William the Defeated, pp 1
Printed Material 15/07/1943


HF/DC/000028/12
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Tribute to France - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning an Anglo-French programme In Honour of France, pp 1
Printed Material 22/07/1943


HF/DC/000028/13
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Too Much of Bath-Water - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing radio programmes that week, mentioning a radio play by Robert Gittings called Too Much of Water, pp 1
Printed Material 29/07/1943


HF/DC/000028/14
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: High Jinks in the Briny - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning a BBC holiday programme Let's Go for a Bathe, pp 1
Printed Material 05/08/1943


HF/DC/000028/15
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Spontaneity - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning Children's Hour, pp 1
Printed Material 12/08/1943


HF/DC/000028/16
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: A Worthy Peer - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning Ibsen's, Peer Gynt, Gladys Young and Desmond MacCarthy, pp 1
Printed Material 19/08/1943


HF/DC/000028/17
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Wisecracks - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, about comedians, mentioning Jack Warner, Vic Oliver, Ben Lyon, Tommy Handley, pp 1
Printed Material 26/08/1943


HF/DC/000028/18
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Bax and Bridie - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Clifford Bax's play on The Trial and Death of Socrates, and Mr Bridie's, Golden Legend of Shults on radio, pp 1
Printed Material 02/09/1943


HF/DC/000028/19
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: A Chance for Shakespeare - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the BBC broadcasting Shakespeare on the radio, pp 1
Printed Material 09/09/1943


HF/DC/000028/2
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Hit for Six - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, pp 1
Printed Material 13/05/1943


HF/DC/000028/20
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Anonymity - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a radio programme called Romany on the Children's Hour, also mentions Traveller's Tales, and Seascape, pp 1
Printed Material 16/09/1943


HF/DC/000028/21
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: 'Say It With Dialogue' - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a radio play called Famous Spy Story, and a radio play by Michael Swan on Charlotte Corday, pp 1
Printed Material 23/09/1943


HF/DC/000028/22
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Time and the Masterpiece - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, including a play based on Gogol's, Dead Souls, and The Woman in White, pp 1
Printed Material 30/09/1943


HF/DC/000028/23
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Brains in Action - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, including Rabelais Replies, and How to Argue, mentioning Joyce Grenfell, pp 1
Printed Material 07/10/1943


HF/DC/000028/24
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama - Itma and Itsa - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning Children in Uniform, pp 1
Printed Material 14/10/1943


HF/DC/000028/25
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: 'Candida' - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning Candida, pp 1
Printed Material 21/10/1943


HF/DC/000028/26
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: 'The Dynasts' - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning the play The Dynast, Clemence Dane and Miss Neilson-Terry, pp 1
Printed Material 28/10/1943


HF/DC/000028/27
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Printability and Mr Potter - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning the comedian Mr Gillie Potter, pp 1
Printed Material 04/11/1943


HF/DC/000028/28
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Honouring the Bard - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning a broadcast of Twelfth Night, and Dodie Smith's play Service, pp 1
mentions Walter Hudd and Wendy Hiller
Printed Material 11/11/1943


HF/DC/000028/29
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Parlour Games published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, about the game Brain's Trust, pp 1
Printed Material 18/11/1943


HF/DC/000028/3
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: (?) - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning Eric Linklater's radio play The Great Ship, pp 1
Printed Material 05/1943


HF/DC/000028/30
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Shakespeare on Shakespeare published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning Doris and Elsie Waters in The Merry Wives of Windsor, pp 1
also mentions Arthur Young, Ethel Lodge,
Printed Material 25/11/1943


HF/DC/000028/31
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - 'The Rescue' published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning the radio play 'The Resuce', pp 1
Printed Material 02/12/1943


HF/DC/000028/32
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - The Bible on the Air - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions various biblical programmes, pp 1
Printed Material 09/12/1943


HF/DC/000028/33
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Best Mixed - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning Vaudeville of 1943, stars included Beatrice Lillie, Fay Compton, pp 1
also mentions Gillie Porter, Louis Kentner, Dennis Noble
Printed Material 16/12/1943


HF/DC/000028/34
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Keats and Cross-Talk - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions Vaudeville of 1943 and Edith Evans, pp 1
Printed Material 23/12/1943


HF/DC/000028/35
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Virginbus Puerisque - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the Christmas radio programmes, mentions 'How to give a Party', with Joyce Grenfell, and Children's Hour,
Printed Material 30/12/1943


HF/DC/000028/36
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - 'The Wit of Rhyme' - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions the above programme and Evelyn Allen, Felix Aylmer, Stephen Potter
Printed Material 06/01/1944


HF/DC/000028/37
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Over-Production? - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions variety of radio plays, pp 1
Printed Material 13/01/1944


HF/DC/000028/38
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - 'Life and the Theatre' - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, about this programme which broadcasts classic stage plays, pp 1
read by Michael Redgrave
Printed Material 20/01/1944


HF/DC/000028/39
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Radio Jane - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions Sense and Sensibility, read by Gladys Young, Celia Johnson and Sara Jackson,
Printed Material 27/01/1944


HF/DC/000028/4
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: The Spice of Life - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning the Variety Department of the BBC, pp 1
Printed Material 27/05/1943


HF/DC/000028/40
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Ibsen Minus - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Ibsen's, An Enemy of the People, read by Roger Livesey, Edward Chapman, pp 1
also read by Walter Pears, Denys Blakelock
Printed Material 03/02/1944


HF/DC/000028/41
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Mr Priestley Presents - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Radio Post with Mr Priestley, and Gordon Glover's This is Different
Printed Material 17/02/1944


HF/DC/000028/42
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Unfair Tests - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Mr Priestley's, Radio Post, mentions Stephen Potter and Miles Malleson, pp 1
Printed Material 24/02/1944


HF/DC/000028/43
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Pleasures for Simon - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Handkerchief Half-Hour, and Macbeth, pp 1
read by Miss Neilson-Terry, Mr Banks as the Macbeth's
Printed Material 02/03/1944


HF/DC/000028/44
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Beata Beatrix - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Stephen Potter's tribute to Beatrix Potter, also play The Round Dozen, pp 1
also mentions John Ruddock and Gladys Young, Desmond MacCarthy, Claude Hulbert, Enid Trevor, Robert Helpmann
Printed Material 09/03/1944


HF/DC/000028/45
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Americana - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews The Man Who Went to War, mentions Paul Robeson, pp 1
Printed Material 16/03/1944


HF/DC/000028/46
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Radio Oscar - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions An Ideal Husband, read by Miss Hunt, Miss Bryan, Mr Percy, pp 1
also read by Miss Vanburgh, Mr Culver, Mr Adrian, Mr Sofear,
Printed Material 23/03/1944


HF/DC/000028/47
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Poor Papa - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Goldoni's, Mirandolina, pp 1
Printed Material 30/03/1944


HF/DC/000028/48
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - X-Radio - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews a programme about X-Rays, pp 1
Printed Material 06/04/1944


HF/DC/000028/49
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Horizontally Considered - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews The Man Born to be King and other religious programmes, pp 1
Printed Material 13/04/1944


HF/DC/000028/5
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Mainly About Features - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions Potter-Pritchett's programme on Dostoevsky and Turgenev, pp 1
Printed Material 03/06/1943


HF/DC/000028/50
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Censorship - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions Cap and Bells, pp 1
Printed Material 20/04/1944


HF/DC/000028/51
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - 'Don Quixote' - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews the above play, mentions Mr Richardson, George Robey, Freda Jackson, pp 1
also read by Vida Hope, Arthur Marshall
Printed Material 04/05/1944


HF/DC/000028/52
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - One Year - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes in the past year, mentions Stephen Potters 'How' series, various other plays, pp 1
Printed Material 11/05/1944


HF/DC/000028/53
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Pot-Hunting - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, discussing dramatico-biographical programmes, pp 1
Printed Material 18/05/1944


HF/DC/000028/54
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Scenery with Expression - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions The Emperor Jones, read by Robert Adams, Lewis Stringer, pp 1
Printed Material 25/05/1944


HF/DC/000028/55
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Gladys Young - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviewing Carr's New Judgement, read by Gladys Young and her work, pp 1
Printed Material 01/06/1944


HF/DC/000028/56
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Repeat of 'Peer Gynt' - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Peer Gynt, pp 1
Printed Material 08/06/1944


HF/DC/000028/57
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - 'Don Quixote' Accomplished - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews all episodes of the radio play, pp 1
read by Mr Richardson, George Robey
Printed Material 15/06/1944


HF/DC/000028/58
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - R.A.R.A.? - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, about performers specialising in radio, pp 1
Printed Material 22/06/1944


HF/DC/000028/59
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - 'A Case for Revivals' - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, lists radio plays that have been revived that week, pp 1
plays mentioned include: The Adventures of the Black Girl in her Search for God, Alexander Nevsky, The Lorna Doone,
Printed Material 29/06/1944


HF/DC/000028/6
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Radio Drama: Romany Plus - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentioning The Children's Hour, pp 1
Printed Material 10/06/1943


HF/DC/000028/60
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Martins and Coys and Aumoniers - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, programme of music and A Man of Letters about Stacy Aumonier, pp 1
Printed Material 06/07/1944


HF/DC/000028/61
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Serials and Substitutes - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Framley Parsonage and Palace of Varieties (music), pp 1
Printed Material 13/07/1944


HF/DC/000028/62
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Old Russia - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Autumn Violins, biographical study of Chekhov, pp 1
Printed Material 20/07/1944


HF/DC/000028/63
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Animal Spirits - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, about Walt Disney programmes on the radio, and The Wind in The Willows, pp 1
reading Wind in the Willows were Mr Goolden, Mr Shelley,
Printed Material 27/07/1944


HF/DC/000028/64
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Chosts and Gauls - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews The Canterville Ghost, pp 1
Printed Material 03/08/1944


HF/DC/000028/65
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - 'Wednesday Matinee' - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews The King of the River, One Valentine Day, Grumpy read by Cyril Maude
Printed Material 10/08/1944


HF/DC/000028/66
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Diaries in August - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Stephen Potter and Joyce Grenfell's 'How' series, pp 1
Printed Material 17/08/1944


HF/DC/000028/67
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - In Triple Capacity - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Will Hay, Madame Tussaud and Poison Belt programmes, pp 1
Printed Material 24/08/1944


HF/DC/000028/68
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - The Lesson of Paris - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, programmes that followed the liberation of Paris, pp 1
Printed Material 31/08/1944


HF/DC/000028/69
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - After-Life at the Microphone - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions Robins Millar's, Thunder in the Air, pp 1
Printed Material 07/09/1944


HF/DC/000028/7
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Landscape with Figures - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, about the countryside being represented on the BBC, pp 1
Printed Material 17/06/1943


HF/DC/000028/70
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Versions and Perversions - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Neville's, Heroes Don't Care, read by Frank Cellier, pp 1
also read by Constance Cummings, Roland Culver, Grizelda Hervey,
Printed Material 14/09/1944


HF/DC/000028/71
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - 'How It Was Written' - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Stephen Potter's, How it was Written - The Pickwick Papers, pp 1
Printed Material 21/09/1944


HF/DC/000028/72
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Spilesport - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Brer Rabbit on Children's Hour, pp 1
Printed Material 28/09/1944


HF/DC/000028/73
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - What's In a Star - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, about A Bullet in the Ballet and other programmes, pp 1
Printed Material 05/101/1944


HF/DC/000028/74
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Marks for Madeleine - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews The Trial of Madeleine Smith, pp 1
Printed Material 12/10/1944


HF/DC/000028/75
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Appointment with Serial - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Bleak House, read by Angela Baddeley, pp 1
Printed Material 19/10/1944


HF/DC/000028/76
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - A Couple of Potters - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Married to a Genius - about Samuel Taylor Coleridge, pp 1
also mentions Bleak House, and the Fred Emery Show
Printed Material 26/10/1944


HF/DC/000028/77
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - About It and About - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Rupert of Hentzau, Songs of Innocence, pp 1
Printed Material 02/11/1944


HF/DC/000028/78
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Greek Magic - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews The Golden Ass, Bleak House, Piccalilli, pp 1
Printed Material 09/11/1944


HF/DC/000028/79
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Monday-Evening Stars - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews Monday Night radio specifically, mentions The White Steed, Cupid and Psyche, pp 1
Printed Material 16/11/1944


HF/DC/000028/8
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: Two War Plays - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week the plays The Moon is Dawn and The Russians on the radio, pp 1
Printed Material 24/06/1943


HF/DC/000028/80
Article - Points from Letter - published in The Listener, 1944, series of letters commenting on Herbert Farjeon's article about Play-production, pp 1
Printed Material 23/11/1944


HF/DC/000028/81
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Satire on the Air - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Salute John Bullock, The Happy Hypocrite, pp 1
Printed Material 23/11/1944


HF/DC/000028/82
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Play Production - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, replying to Laidman Brown's letter about an article Farjeon had written, HF/DC/000028/80, pp 1
Printed Material 30/11/1944


HF/DC/000028/83
Article - Points from Letters - published in The Listener, 1944, letters about the comments of Laidman Browne from John Bryning of the Comedy Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 30/11/1944


HF/DC/000028/84
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Fifty Years After - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, about Robert Louis Stevenson and programmes that feature his work, pp 1
also mentions 'How' series of Stephen Potter and Joycce Grenfell
Printed Material 07/12/1944


HF/DC/000028/85
Article - Points from Letters - published in The Listener, 1944, letters from Herbert Farjeon, Laidman Browne and Val Gielgud, responding to articles in the magazine, pp 1
Printed Material 07/12/1944


HF/DC/000028/86
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Diversions - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Robert Louis Stevenson's, Kidnapped, pp 1
Printed Material 14/12/1944


HF/DC/000028/87
Article - Points from Letters - published in The Listener, 1944, series of letters concerning Herbert Farjeon's comments in an earlier article, letters from James Bridie and John Bryning (Comedy Theatre), and Farjeon's reply to letters in HF/DC/000028/85
Printed Material 14/12/1944


HF/DC/000028/88
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Happy Christmas - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions Stephen Potter, Joyce Grenfell, Gladys Young, Carleton Hobbs, pp 1
also mentions Ralph Richardson, George Robey, Eric Linklater, John Burrell, Louis MacNeice
Printed Material 21/12/1944


HF/DC/000028/89
Article - Points of Letter - published in The Listener, 1944, letter from Laidman Browne concerning Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 21/12/1944


HF/DC/000028/9
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: The Track of the Past - published in The Listener, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, mentions Edith Evans in New Judgement (on Sarah Siddons), , pp 1
Printed Material 01/07/1943


HF/DC/000028/90
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Christmas Fayre - published in The Listener, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the Christmas radio programmes, pp 1
Printed Material 28/12/1944


HF/DC/000028/91
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - New Judgement - published in The Listener, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews the programmes Pippa Passes, The Chimes, pp 1
Printed Material 04/01/1945


HF/DC/000028/92
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Long Runners - published in The Listener, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Still Waters Run Deep, pp 1
Printed Material 11/01/1945


HF/DC/000028/93
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Triple Val - published in The Listener, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Barlaschof the Guard, mentions Henry Ainley, Frederick Lloyd, pp 1
Printed Material 18/01/1945


HF/DC/000028/94
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Best Selected - published in The Listener, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Music-Hall Looks Back, mentions Judy Shirley, Sam Browne, Vera Lynn, pp 1
Printed Material 25/01/1945


HF/DC/000028/95
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Good King Charles - published in The Listener, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews The Kings Tryall, pp 1
Printed Material 01/02/1945


HF/DC/000028/96
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Last Words - published in The Listener, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, Farjeon's last week as a reviewer for this magazine, pp 1
Printed Material 08/02/1945


HF/DC/000028/97
Article - Critic on the Hearth - Broadcast Drama: - Vox Populi - published in The Listener, 1945, written by Philip Hope-Wallace, reviewing the radio programmes that week, reviews Julius Caesar, Strife, pp 1
Printed Material 15/02/1945


HF/DC/000029
Article - Talks with Four Leading Actresses - Miss Evelyn Millard, Miss Edith Wynne Matthison, Miss Isabel Jay, Miss Ellaline Terriss - published in Lloyd's, 1906, written by Herbert Farjeon, interviews with these actresses, pp 1
Printed Material 23/12/1906


HF/DC/000030
Articles - series of humorous commentaries (various titles) - published in the London opinion, 1926-1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, covering subjects such as: dancing, politicians, celebrities, Christmas, tennis, diaries etc, pp 41
Printed Material 06/11/1926 - 06/1932


HF/DC/000031
Articles - The Daily Round - A Dilettante's Diary - published in the London Weekly, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, series of humorous commentaries, some focusing on events in the news, very similar to articles in HF/DC/000025, pp 12
Printed Material 22/01/1927 - 23/04/1927


HF/DC/000032/1
Article - A Pirate Lass - published in New Stateman and Nation, 1924, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Mary Read at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 01/12/1924


HF/DC/000032/2
Article - Book of the Words - published in New Stateman and Nation, 1933, series of book reviews, collected by Herbert Farjeon, includes reviews for Noel Coward's book Design for Living, and Miles Malleson, Gollancz, pp 1
Printed Material 29/04/1933


HF/DC/000032/3
Article - Was Ophelia Mad? - published in the New Statesman and Nation, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a lecture by Professor Ebenezer Crux about Hamlet and Ophelia, pp 1
Printed Material 29/04/1933


HF/DC/000032/4
Article - Shakespearean Theories - published in New Statesman and Nation, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, book reviews for three volumes: Quiller-Couch's, Paternity in Shakespeare, Harrison's, Shakespeare at Work, Tannenbuam's, Shakespearean Scraps..
Printed Material 14/10/1933


HF/DC/000032/5
Article - Mr Cochran's Revue - published in New Statesman and Nation, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), review of Mr Cochran's production of Streamline at the Palace Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 06/10/1934


HF/DC/000032/6
Article - Censored Shakespeare - published in New Statesman and Nation, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Richard II at the Old Vic, London, mentioning the history plays in general, pp 1
Printed Material 20/10/1934


HF/DC/000032/7
Article - The Children's Season - published in New Statesman and Nation, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about pantomimes,
Printed Material 05/01/1935


HF/DC/000033/1
Article - Twelfth Night and the Cherry Orchard - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play Twelfth Night, pp 1
Printed Material 1933 (?)


HF/DC/000033/10
Article - Notes on Richard III - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, part of, pp 1
Printed Material 01/1936


HF/DC/000033/11
Article - Some Random Notes on Twelfth Night - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1937


HF/DC/000033/2
Article - Henry VIII and Measure for Measure - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, a discussion about the two plays, pp 1
Printed Material 11/1933


HF/DC/000033/3
Article - Some Random Notes on The Tempest - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 12/1933


HF/DC/000033/4
Article - Some Random Notes on Congreve - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about William Congreve, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1934


HF/DC/000033/5
Article - Antony and Cleopatra - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play, pp 1
Printed Material 09/1934


HF/DC/000033/6
Article - Much Ado About Nothing - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play, pp 1
Printed Material 11/1934


HF/DC/000033/7
Article - Petruchio Avenged - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1935, written by Herbert Farjeon, beginning of a discussion about Taming of the Shrew, pp 1
Printed Material 01/1935


HF/DC/000033/8
Article - Henry IV part 2 - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1935, written by Herbert Farjeon, beginning of discussion about the play, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1935


HF/DC/000033/9
Article - Notes on Macbeth - published in The Old Vic and Sadler's Wells Magazine, 1935, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 12/1935


HF/DC/000034
Article - At the Old Vic - Shakespeare at Cinema Prices - published in the Pall Mall Gazette, 1916, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), review of a production of Julius Caesar and discussion about price of seats, pp 1
Printed Material 24/10/1916


HF/DC/000035
Articles - series of humorous commentaries (various titles) - published in The Passing Show, 1923-1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, various themes, including some theatrical, pp 106
Printed Material 22/12/1923 - 25/06/1932


HF/DC/000036/1
Article - Wimbledon as it Was - published in the Radio Times, 1924, written by Herbert Farjeon, commentary on the history of the Wimbledon Tournament, pp 1
Printed Material 28/06/1924


HF/DC/000036/10
Article - Love and Summer Holidays - published in the Radio Times, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, recollections of a summer's afternoon, pp 1
Printed Material 02/08/1929


HF/DC/000036/11
Article - A Masque of Neptune - published in the Radio Times, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, a miniature operetta specially written for broadcasting, pp 2
Printed Material 31/07/1931


HF/DC/000036/12
Article - A Room at the Inn - A Masque of Christmas - published in the Radio Times, 1931, written by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon, script/songs of the Christmas story, pp 1
Printed Material 18/12/1931


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Article - A Masque of Broadcasting - published in the Radio Times, 1932, written by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon, script featuring Ariel and Prospero, pp 1
Printed Material 13/05/1932


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Article - How Shakespeare Kept The Censor Busy - published in the Radio Times, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion on swear words in Shakespeare, mentioning King John, Coriolanus, Henry IV, Henry V etc.
Printed Material 21/04/1933


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Article - Othello was a Black Man - published in the Radio Times, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion of the play Othello, to be broadcast on radio, read by Godfrey Tearle, pp 1
Printed Material 21/04/1933


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Article - A Masque of the Months - published in the Radio Times, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, script/songs for New Year, pp 1
Printed Material 22/12/1933


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Article - Antony and Cleopatra - published in the Radio Times, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the above play, to be broadcast on the radio, pp 1
Printed Material 09/02/1934


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Article - The Comedy of Hero-Worship - published in the Radio Times, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Pursuit of Adonis, version by Farjeon and Horace Horsnell, to be broadcast on the radio, pp 1
for script see HF/PS/000134
Printed Material 04/05/1934


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Article - Must Shakespeare be Butchered by the BBC? - published in the Radio Times, 1935, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the broadcasting of Shakespeare plays, pp 1
Printed Material 30/08/1935


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Article - A Book of Heroines - published in the Radio Times, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, book review for the volume Shakespeare's Heroines, pp 1
Printed Material 03/09/1926


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Letters - replies to Herbert Farjeon's article Must Shakespeare be Butchered.. - published in the Radio Times, 1935, written by Val Gielgud, and various others, replies to an article on HF/DC/000036/19, pp 1
Printed Material 09/1935


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Article - Farewell to Summer - published in the Radio Times, 1935, written by Herbert Farjeon, background to a radio broadcast arranged by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
for script see HF/PS/000125
Printed Material 20/09/1935


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Article - What is The Brome Play? - published in the Radio Times, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a medieval play to be broadcast on the radio, pp 1
Printed Material 24/07/1936


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Article - The Two Gentlemen of Verona - published in the Radio Times, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play, to be broadcast on the radio, pp 1
Printed Material 12/01/1934 (?)


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Article - Antony and Cleopatra - published in the Radio Times, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play, to be broadcast on the radio, pp 1
Printed Material 1934 (?)


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Article - Happy Harry Lauder - published in the Radio Times, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the Scots comedian, prior to a broadcast by him, pp 1
Printed Material 11/03/1938


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Article - Concerning 'Julius Caesar' - published in the Radio Times, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Julius Caesar, prior to a broadcast of the play, arranged for broadcasting by Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1938 (?)


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Article - As You Like It - published in the Radio Times, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion of the play, prior to a broadcast of the play, arranged for broadcast by Herbert Farjeon, read by Michael Redgrave, Carleton Hobbs, Felix Irwin, Julian Somers,
also read by: Edith Evans, Catherine Lacey, D A Clarke-Smith, Danys Blakelock, Alan Wheatley, Gerik Schjelderup, Leslie Perrins, Jan van der Gucht, Derek Blomfield, Franklyn Bellamy, Preston Lockwood, John Ruddock, Eileen Beldon, Wilfred Fletcher, etc
Printed Material 1938 (?)


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Magazine - Radio Times - 1944, contains an article by Herbert Farjeon, discussing the play The Life and Death of King John, arranged for broadcasting by Herbert Farjeon, read by: Carleton Hobbs, Neal Arden, Gladys Young, Ralph Richardson, annotated
also read by: Preston Lockwood, Mary Barton, Denys Blakelock, Pat Hayes, Phillip Leaver, Austen Trevor, Ena Burrill, Peggy Bryan, John Ruddock, Wilfred Fletcher, Roger Snowdon, Harcourt Williams, Abraham Sofear, Norman Shelley, Arthur Ridley, Roy Dean,
Printed Material 22/12/1944


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Magazine - Radio Times - 1944, annotated and collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 20
Printed Material 29/12/1944


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Article - A Midsummer Night's Dream - published in the Radio Times, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, a background to the play, includes a list of the reader's of the play on BBC radio, including Eric Shakespeare, Ivor Barnard, Douglas Burbridge, etc.
also read by: Alfred Gray, E H Brooke, Wallace Evenett, Alec Johnstone, Robert Atkins, Horace Sequaira, Leonard Calvert, John MacLean, Dorothy Freshwater, Lilian Harrison, Dorothy Holmes-Gore, Keith Pyott, Natalie Moya, Andrew Leigh, Nona Benet,
Printed Material 17/06/1927


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Magazine - Radio Times - 1945, annotated and collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 20
Printed Material 05/01/1945


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Magazine - Radio Times - 1945, annotated and collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 20
Printed Material 12/01/1945


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Magazine - Radio Times - 1945, annotated and collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 20
Printed Material 19/01/1945


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Article - Wonderful Wimbledon - published in the Radio Times, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, commentary about the tournament, a also lists when coverage is on radio, pp 1
Printed Material 24/06/1927


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Article - The Appeal of 'Prunella' - published in the Radio Times, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play Prunelle by Laurence Housman and Granville Barker, to be played on radio, pp 1
Printed Material 11/11/1927


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Article - The Hunt for Happiness - published in the Radio Times, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play The Blue Bird by Maurice Maeterklinck, to be played on radio, pp 1
Printed Material 06/01/1928


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Article - The Romance of Rimini - published in the Radio Times, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play Francesca da Rimini, to be broadcast on radio, pp 1
Printed Material 08/03/1929


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Article - Guilty Consciences - published in the Radio Times, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion of the play There are Crimes and Crimes by August Strindberg, to be broadcast on radio, pp 1
Printed Material 10/05/1929


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Article - Herbert Farjeon Muses on Musical Comedy - published in the Radio Times, 1929, discussion about the plays Betty in Mayfair and Hold Everything!, to be broadcast on the radio, pp 1
Printed Material 28/06/1929


HF/DC/000037
Articles - Bla by Debunker - published in Razzle, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), series of articles with various humorous commentaries on items in the news, pp 3
Printed Material 1930s - 1940s (?)


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Article - The Guitrys - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Sacha Guitry's, Comment on Ecrit L'Histoire, at the New Oxford Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 09/06/1923


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Article - Bogey! Bogey! - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Fallon's, The Last Warning, at the Comedy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 03/11/1923


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Article - Mouse-Trap Tragedy - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play Ambush, after a production at the Garrick Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 08/09/1923


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Article - Play-Making - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Green Goddess, at St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 15/09/1923


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Article - Morality and Mr Maugham - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, part of a review of a production of Our Betters at the Globe Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 22/09/1923


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Article - The Golden Journey - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Hassan at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 29/09/1923


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Article - Melodramatics - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of production of the plays What Money Can Buy (Lyceum Theatre) and Good Luck (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), pp 1
Printed Material 06/10/1923


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Article - Stage Frightfulness - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Titus Andronicus, at the Old Vic, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/10/1923


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Article - Shaw and Supershaw - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Bernard Shaw's, Back to Methuselah at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 20/10/1923


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Article - An Apology for 'Bad' Plays - published in The Saturday Review, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about various plays, pp 1
Printed Material 27/10/1923


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Article - Othello As He Should Be - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Othello at the Scala by Donald Wolfit, and discussion about how the plays are produced, pp 1
whole page of newspaper includes list of radio programmes broadcast that day
Printed Material 27/02/1944


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Article - A General Election for Managers? - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about theatre managers of the day, mentioning George Black, Tom Arnold, Robert Donat, Jack Hylton, Ivor Novello, Firth Shephard,
whole page of the newspaper
Printed Material 30/04/1944


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Article - Priestley Turns Humorist - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of How Are They At Home?, at the Apollo and discussion about Priestley's other works, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, inlcudes listings for the radio that day
Printed Material 07/05/1944


HF/DC/000039/12
Article - There's Method in Mr Linklater's 'Madness' - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Linklater's, Crisis in Heaven at the Lyric Theatre, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper
Printed Material 14/05/1944


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Article - Mermaids and Miss Dixey - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Phyliss Dixey in Peek-A-Boo and International Ballet under the direction of Mona Inglesby at the Savoy, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes radio listings for that day
Printed Material 21/05/1944


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Article - And Now There's A Boom in Musicals - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of A Night in Venice (Cambridge), The Student in France (Stoll), and The Quaker Girl (Coliseum), mentions Dennis Noble, Daria Bayan,
also mentions Henry Wendon, Bruce Trent, Celia Lipton, Ivy St Hellier. Whole page of the newspaper
Printed Material 28/05/1944


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Article - Nature Steals the Show - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Winter's Tale at the Open Air Theatre, ballet with Lac Des Cygnes, and The Shoemaker's Holiday (Lyric), pp 1
Printed Material 04/06/1944


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Article - Too 'West End' to be Irish - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of The Last of Summer at the Phoenix Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 11/06/1944


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Article - Ballet of the Insects - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the Sadler's Wells Ballet Company in Le Festin de L'Araignee, at the New Theatre, London, mentioning Robert Helpmann and Margot Fonteyn, pp 1
Printed Material 25/06/1944


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Article - Victorian Mrs Cheyney! - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews and discussion of The Last of Mrs Cheyney (Savoy) and Zero Hour (Lyric),
Printed Material 18/06/1944


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Article - Play With Too Many Surprises - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review and discussion of a production of Jean Jacques Bernard's, Madeleine (Hammersmith, Lyric), pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, also includes cinema review for the films For Those In Peril, and Two Girls and A Sailor
Printed Material 02/07/1944


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Article - We Need A Theatre Plan Too - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about a plan for post-war theatre, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper
Printed Material 05/03/1944


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Article - Medal for Stars who 'Stay Put' - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the revue African Stars, in Coventry, and discussion about revues, mentions Leslie Henson, Hermione Baddeley, Walter Crisham, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes radio listings for that day
Printed Material 23/07/1944


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Article - The Show Booms - In The Pit - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, list of an evening viewing that was possible at the time, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes a cinema review for films Ladies Courageous, Going My Way and The Catnerville Ghost
Printed Material 30/07/1944


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Article - Mr Lynn in his Element - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary?, at the Duke of York's Theatre, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes radio listings for that day
Printed Material 06/08/1944


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Article - New Home for the Immortals - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews a production of Peer Gynt (New Old Vic), and To-Morrow the World (Aldwych), pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes radio listings for that day
Printed Material 03/09/1944


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Article - New Star of the Ballet? - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Lunchtime Ballet (Cambridge) and Ballet Rambert (Hammersmith, Lyric), mentions the dancer Sara Luzita, and Mine Hostess (Arts), pp 1
for set design of Mine Hostess see TCD/S/000007
Printed Material 20/08/1944


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Article - A Family Life of Col. Blimp - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review an discussion, of a production of Peter Ustinov's, The Banbury Nose (Wyndham's), pp 1
Printed Material 20/09/1944


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Article - A Right Royal Richard - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Richard III (New Theatre), The Last Stone (Phoenix), Fanny's First Play (Arts), pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, also has cinema reviews, films reviewed are Double Indemnity, 2,000 Women, Reutrn of the Vikings,
Printed Material 17/09/1944


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Article - Why the Audience Booed - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Felicity Jasmine (St James) and Three's A Family (Saville), mentions Vera Pearce and Morland Graham, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, also includes cinema column, reviews the filmsSweet and Low Down, Make Your Own Bed, Bathing Beauty, The Hairy Ape, and adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 24/09/1944


HF/DC/000039/28
Article - Perfect Comedy in Ballet - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews the Sadler's Well Ballet in Coppelia (Princes), mentions Robert Helpmann and Margot Fonteyn, and Jane Clegg (Hammersmith, Lyric), pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, reviews the films The Hitler Gang, The Mask of Dimitrios and Greenwich Village, also has adverts from films on at the cinema
Printed Material 01/10/1944


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Article - One Medal for Mr Black - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews Jenny Jones (Hippodrome), Happy and Glorious (Palladium), No Medals (Vaudeville), Scandal at Barchester, (Lyric), pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, also includes a cinema column, with film reviews for Dragon Seed, Love Story, Address Unknown, Sensations of 1945, also has adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 08/10/1944


HF/DC/000039/3
Article - Hamlet v Hamlet Which, If Either? - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Robert Helpmann (New Theatre) and Donald Wolfit (Scala Theatre) performances as Hamlet, and comments on Hamlet himself, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, also includes an interview with Alfred Hitchcock, about how he makes his films and Hollywood, includes radio listings for that day
Printed Material 12/03/1944


HF/DC/000039/30
Article - Maugham Revival Triumph - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews The Circle (Haymarket), It Depends What You Mean (Westminster), Happy Few (Cambridge), mentions Angela Baddeley, Wilfred Hyde White, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column with film reviews for Till We Meet Again, Don't Take It Too Heart, This Is The Life, Arms and the Woman, Storm over Lisbon, also adverts for plays at the cinema
Printed Material 15/10/1944


HF/DC/000039/31
Article - They Booed Again - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Daughter Janie at the Apollo Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 22/10/1944


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Article - Not a Ballet Theatre - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the Sadler's Wells Ballet Company's production of Miracle in the Gorbals (New Theatre), mentions Robert Helpmann, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Between Two Worlds, Hail the Conquering World, Marriage is a Private Affair, also has adverts for films at the cinemas
Printed Material 29/10/1944


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Article - Shaw At His Best - And His Worst - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of Too True to be Good (Lyric, Hammersmith) and Private Lives (Apollo), mentions John Clement and Kay Hammond, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for History is Made at Night, One Exciting Night, The Climax, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 05/11/1944


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Article - A Sad Little Play - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, short mentions of the plays This Was A Woman (Comedy), Scandal at Barchester (Trollope), Lilac Domino (His Majesty's), Residents Only (St James), pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Western Approaches, Old Acquaintance, San Diego, I Love You, Lady, Lets Dance, also adverts for various films at the cinema
Printed Material 12/11/1944


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Article - Shaw Said It First - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Candida, What Every Woman Knows, and Widowers Houses, short review for Candida at the Lyric, Hammersmith, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for A Song To Remember, Irish Eyes are Smiling, Rainbow Island and Gypsy Wildcat, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 19/11/1944


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Article - Farce At Its Best - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Pinero's The Magistrate, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Henry V, Laura, Step Lively, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 26/11/1944


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Article - One Bard To Another - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review and discussion about George Bernard Shaw's, The Dark Lady of the Sonnets, Lyric, Hammersmith, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Summer Storm, Twilight Hour, Casanova Brown, The Second Battle of London, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 03/12/1944


HF/DC/000039/38
Article - Opera - In New Mood - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the Sadler's Wells Opera's Gianni Schicchi and Il Tabarro at the Prince's Theatre, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Western Approaches, I Love A Solider, Out of Chaos, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 10/12/1944


HF/DC/000039/39
Article - Oh No, Mr Lonsdale - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Frederick Lonsdale's play Another Love Story, at the Phoenix Theatre, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Madonna of the Seven Moons, Dreaming, The Merry Monahans, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 17/12/1944


HF/DC/000039/4
Article - The Worst Woman in London - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of This Was A Woman at the Comedy Theatre, London, also a discussion about the character Olivia Russell, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, also includes a cinema review for the films Tunisian Victory, Lifeboat and The Fallen Sparrow
Printed Material 19/03/1944


HF/DC/000039/40
Article - The Lunt Legend Still Holds Good - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Love in Idleness (Lyric), also a review various pantomimes & Herbert and Eleanor Farjeon's panto The Glass Slipper
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for The Impatient Years, Janie, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 24/12/1944


HF/DC/000039/41
Article - Comic Hermione - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about pantomimes, and review of The Critic at the Arts Theatre, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Frenchman's Creek, Kismet, Shine on Harvest Moon, Message from Canterbury, Dark Waters, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 31/12/1944


HF/DC/000039/42
Article - Fun Works Overtime - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play See How They Run, at the Comedy Theatre, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Wilson, Thirty Seconds, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 07/01/1945


HF/DC/000039/43
Article - Husband Who Returns - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Daphne Du Maurier's, The Years Between at the Wyndham Theatre, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Since You Went Away, Waterloo Road, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 14/01/1945


HF/DC/000039/44
Article - A Play Beyond Tears - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Uncle Vanya, and discussion about Chekhov, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for The Constant Nymph, Mrs Parkington, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 21/01/1945


HF/DC/000039/45
Article - An Oberon Misfit - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review and discussion about A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Haymarket, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Guest in the House, Winged Victory, Prelude to War, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 28/01/1945


HF/DC/000039/46
Article - The Navy Makes Good - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the revue Meet The Navy, at the Hippodrome, London, mentions John Pratt, Cameron Grant, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for The Woman in the Window, They Came to the City, Bowery to Broadway, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 04/02/1945


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Article - Not the Real 'Emma' - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Emma (St James's Theatre, London) and Quality Street (Embassy Theatre, London), mentions Jean Forbes-Robertson, Geoffrey Toone, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for The Man in Half Moon Street, Together Again, The Impatient Years, The Thin Man Goes Home, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 11/02/1945


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Article - Dredel Conundrum - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Laura at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Arsenci and Old Lace, Christmas Holiday, Can't Help Singing, Blonde Fever, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 18/02/1945


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Article - Drayton and Hare Ltd - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Madame Louise, Garrick Theatre, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Practically Yours, Meet Me in St Louis, None But The Lonely, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 25/02/1945


HF/DC/000039/5
Article - A Critic Sighs for the 'Might Have Been' - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Salute The Solider at the Stoll Theatre, and Volpone at the Scala Theatre, and A Murder for a Valentine at the Lyric Theatre,
whole page of a newspaper, includes adverts for films
Printed Material 26/03/1944


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Article - All This - And Evelyn - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Three Waltzes, at the Princes Theatre, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for The Keys of the Kingdom, Hangover Square, , also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 04/03/1945


HF/DC/000039/51
Article - Very Gay Rosalinda - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Gay Rosalinda (Palace Theatre, London), The Two Mrs Carrolls (Embassy Theatre, London), mentions Ruth Naylor, Cyril Ritchard, Anthony Hawtrey,
also mentions Tatiana Lieven
Printed Material 11/03/1945


HF/DC/000039/52
Article - The Missing Heroine - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play Great Day, at the Playhouse Theatre, London, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for The Fighting Lady, Something for the Boys, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 18/03/1945


HF/DC/000039/53
Article - Thriller a la Darlan - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Assassin, at the Savoy Theatre, London, also of Irene (His Majesty's), mentions Pat Taylor, Arthur Riscoe, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for The Sign of the Cross, Music for Millions, Belle of the Yukon, Here Come the Waves, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 25/03/1945


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Article - Creaking Gaieties - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of the revue The Gaieties (Winter Gardens), Father Malachy's Miracle (Embassy), and Yellow Sands (Westminster), mentions Walter Crisham, Graham Payn
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Keep Their Powder Dry, Delightfully Dangerous, The Sign of the Cross, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 01/04/1945


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Article - Smoke - Without Fire - article published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the play Appointment with Death, Piccadilly, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Blithe Spirit, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Hotel Berlin, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 08/04/1945


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Article - I Prefer the Bible - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of The Wind of Heaven (St James's), Lady from Edinburgh (Playhouse), The Shop at Sly Corner (St Martin's), mentions Betty Hardy,
also mentions: Megs jenkins, Diana Wynyard, Herbert Lomas, Emlyn Williams, Keneth Kent, whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Great Day, The Very Thought of You, Farewell My Love, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 15/04/1945


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Article - Horror Is The Target - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Duchess of Malfi, at the Haymarket, London, also mentions Sadler's Well Ballet at the New Theatre, featuring Margot Fonteyn,
whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for The Fifth Chair, Under The Clock, Bride By Mistake, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 22/04/1945


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Article - 'Desert Rats' Should Be Seen-And Heard - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Desert Rats (Adelphi), Perchance to Dream (Hippodrome), While Parents Sleep (Whitehall), mentions Ivor Novello, Roma Beaumont,
also mentions Muriel Barron, Margaret Rutherford, Phyllis Dixie, whole page of the newspaper, includes cinema column, with film reviews for Horror in our Time, also adverts for films at the cinema
Printed Material 29/04/1945


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Article - 30 murders Make West End Holiday - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of a production of Uncle Harry at the Garrick Theatre, London, and Something for the Boys at the Coliseum, One Room at the Apollo, pp 1
whole page of newspaper
Printed Material 02/04/1944


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Article - A Big Task for Mr Atkins - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the re-opening of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, with its new director Robert Atkins, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, also includes radio listings for the day
Printed Material 09/04/1944


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Article - When the Pit only saw an Actor's Calves - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of King Lear at the Scala, Six Pairs of Shoes at the Playhouse and Meet Me Victoria at the Victoria Palace, pp 1
Printed Material 16/04/1944


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Article - And Still More Murder - published in the Sunday Graphic, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the plays The Rest is Silence at the Prince of Wales and Guilty at the Hammersmith, Lyric, mentions Ann Todd, pp 1
whole page of the newspaper, includes radio listings for that day
Printed Material 23/04/1944


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Article - Why Not A Brighter Britain? - Let us 'Continentalise' our Towns - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1917, written by Aubrey Wilmer, collected by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about England, pp 1
Printed Material 07/10/1917


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Article - Opening the Theatre Doors To All - Entertainment and Culture as Valuable as Free Libraries and Museums - published in the Sunday Pictorial, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Charles Laughton and the Old Vic, pp 1
Printed Material 1930s (?)


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Article - Shop Talk - Our Old Vic Free Seats Now Available - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1933, collected by Herbert Farjeon, about the free seats to the Old Vic, suggested by Herbert Farjeon, arranged by Lilian Bayliss, pp 1
Printed Material 24/09/1933


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Article - If Critics Sat in the Gallery - We might get better plays and theatres - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1924, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about seating in the theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 10/02/1924


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Article - Must We Suffer Vulgar Films? - Super-Spectacles which are an Outrage - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1924, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about films, pp 1
Printed Material 11/05/1924


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Article - Should Wimbledon Go Professional? - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the tennis tournament, pp 1
Printed Material 19/06/1932


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Article - Will Somebody Please Sell Me His Face? - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about photographs, pp 1
Printed Material 31/07/1932


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Article - Our M.P.s Have Too Many Holidays from Westminster - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Parliament, pp 1
Printed Material 06/12/1931


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Article - Save Shakespeare? - His Plays Require Good Acting Not Re-Writing - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about discussion about Shakespeare and Sir Nigel Playfair, pp 1
Printed Material 10/04/1932


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Article - Every Man His Own Romeo - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Drama societies, pp 1
Printed Material 09/10/1932


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Article - Tennis Is Now A Test Of Endurance - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about tennis, pp 1
Printed Material 06/08/1933


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Article - The Stars in their Courses - published in The Tatler, 1924, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the past year at the theatre, mentioning Edith Evans, Sybil Thorndike, Athene Seyler, Marie Tempest, Hermione Baddeley, Madge Titheradge, pp 4
also mentions Nicholas Hannan, Norman McKinnel, Horace Hodges, Franlin Dyall, Tom Douglas, Claude Rains, Leon Quartermaine, Francis Lister
Printed Material 03/12/1924


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Article - Theatrical Thrills of 1925 - published in The Tatler, 1925, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the past years theatre, mentioning Noel Coward, Angela Baddeley, Gwen Ffrangcon Davies, Olga Lindo, Tallulah Bankhead, Ashley Dukes, pp 3
also mentions Lucilee la Verne, George Hayes, Baliol Holloway, Ernest Milton, Miles Malleson, Edith Evans
Printed Material 27/11/1925


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Article - Way Back in '29 - Some Dim Stage Reminiscences - published in The Tatler, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the past years theatre, mentioning Basil Dean, Binnie Hale, Bobby Howes, Ena Best, Hubert Marshall, Mrs Patrick Campbell, pp 2
Printed Material 29/11/1929


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Article - The Theatre: 'Farewell Performance and Laughter in Court - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of Farewell Performance (Lyric) and Laughter in Court (Shaftesbury), pp 1
also mentions: Yvonne Arnaud, Ronnie Squire, Evelyn Roberts, Edmunds Dreon, Aubrey Dexter,
Printed Material 23/09/1936


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Article - The Theatre: School to Choose Between - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Housemaster, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 25/11/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of We At The Crossroads, at the Globe Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 22/03/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Sugar Plum, at the Criterion Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 29/03/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Dancing Years, at the Drury Lane Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/04/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Taming of The Shrew, at the Old Vic Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/04/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Heaven and Charing Cross, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 19/04/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Women, at the Lyric Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 03/05/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Intruder, at the Wyndham's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/05/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Bridge Head, at the Westminster Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/05/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Grouse in June, at the Criterion Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 31/05/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of After the Dance, at St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/07/1939


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Article - The Theatre: - Success for Miss Cummings - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Young Madame Conti at the Savoy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 02/12/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Juggernaut, at the Saville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/07/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Gentle People, at the Strand Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 19/07/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Alien Corn, at the Wyndham's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 26/07/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Devil To Pay, at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 02/08/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Band Waggon, a the Palladium, London, pp 1
Printed Material 09/08/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Music at Night, at the Westminster Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 18/10/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of His Majesty's Guest, at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 22/11/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Black Velvet, at the London Hippodrome, pp 1
Printed Material 29/11/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Saloon Bar, at Wyndham's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 06/12/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Giving the Bride Away, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/12/1939


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Article - The Theatre: Roaring Engines Make Roaring Melodrama - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Hell for Leather at the Phoenix Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 09/12/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Who's Taking Liberty?, at the Whitehall Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/12/1939


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of All Clear at the Queen's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 03/01/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of various pantomimes and Ustinov (Player's Theatre), mentions Joan Sterndale Bennett, P Ustinov, Miss Mullen, Moonah Dorey
Printed Material 10/01/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Golden Cuckoo, at the Duchess Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/01/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Funny Side Up, at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/01/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Follow My Leader, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 31/01/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Jeannie, at the Torch Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 28/02/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Light of Heart, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 06/03/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Nap Hand, at the Aldwych Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/03/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Cousin Muriel, at the Globe Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/03/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson' - review of a production of O Mistress Mine, at the St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 16/12/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Beggar's Opera, at the Haymarket Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 27/03/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', reviews of three revues, Moonshine, Beyond Compere, Come Out To Play, mentions Enid Stamp-Taylor, Eric Anderson, Sylvia Marriott
also mentions Ted Ray, Thomas Godfrey, Renee Roberts, Jessie Matthews, Sonnie Hale
Printed Material 03/04/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of A House In The Square, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/04/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Rebecca, at the Queen's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/04/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of two revues: Up and Doing and New Faces, mentioning Carroll Gibbons, Cyril Ritchard, Leslie Henson, Binnie Hale, pp 1
also mentions: Stanley Holloway, Judy Campbell, Jeremy Hawk, Zoe Gail, Bill Fraser, Betty Ann Davies, Hazel Jennings, Frith Banbury, Charles Hawtrey
Printed Material 01/05/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of King Lear, at the Old Vic, London, pp 1
Printed Material 08/05/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Peril At End House, at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 15/05/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of In Good King Charle's Golden Days, at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 22/05/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Garrison Theatre, at the London Palladium, mentions Joe Davis, Joan Winters, Jack Warner, Harry Tate,pp 1
also mentions: Graham Moffatt, Moore Marriott, Billy Cotton, Tessie O'Shea
Printed Material 29/05/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Swinging the Gate, at the Ambassadors Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/06/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Witch of Edmonton, at the Old Vic, London, pp 1
Printed Material 23/12/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Tempest, at the Old Vic, London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/06/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Come Out of Your Shell at the Criterion Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 19/06/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Present Arms, at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 26/06/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Magic Flute, at Sadler's Wells, London, includes some production photographs, pp 1
Printed Material 03/07/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Ridgeway's Joys, at the Player's Theatre, London, mentions Alexander Archdale, Ernie Harradine, pp 1
also mentions Maud Davey, Helen Goss, Alec Clunes
Printed Material 10/07/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Chu Chin Chow, at the Palace Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/07/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Thunder Rock at the Neighbourhood Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/07/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Women Aren't Angels, at the Strand Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 31/07/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of High Temperature, at the Duke of York's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/08/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Cottage To Let, at Wyndham's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 14/08/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Boy David, at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 30/12/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Margin for Error, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 21/08/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Body Was Well Nourished, at the Lyric Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 28/08/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Once A Crook, at the Aldwych Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/09/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Stampa', review of a production of Cornelius, at the Westminster Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 11/09/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of a production of Top of the World, at the Palladium Theatre, London, mentions Pat Kirkwood, Helen Breen, Tommy Trinder, pp 1
also mentions: Bud Flanagan, Teddy Knox,
Printed Material 18/09/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of a production of Dear Old 1940, at the New Vic, London, pp 1
Printed Material 25/09/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Lunch Ballet, at the Arts Theatre Club, London, includes a photograph of the Soiree Musicale cast, pp 1
mentions the balletrina's: Peggy van Praagh, Frank Staff, Charlotte Bidmead, Sally Gilmour
Printed Material 02/10/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of a production of Revudeville, at the Windmill Theatre, London, mentions Morton Fraser, Eric Woodburn, Lucy Peters, pp 1
also mentions Michael Lindon, Muriel Robbins, Anne Singer, Lesley Osmond, Billy Holmes,
Printed Material 09/10/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of a production of All's Well That End's Well, at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 16/10/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of Lunchtime Shakespeare, at the Strand Theatre, London, mentions Hubert Langley, Frank Drew, H Worrall-Thompson, pp 1
also mentions Cathleen Nesbitt, Mary Pitcher, Rosamund Iden, Rosabel Watson, Donald Wolfitt
Printed Material 23/10/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of pantomimes that season, pp 1
Printed Material 06/01/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of Ridgeway's Late Joys, at 13, Albemarle Street, London, mentions Leonard Sachs, Maude Eddison, Helen Goss, Joan Gates, pp 1
also mentions Archie harradine, Hedli Anderson, John Mott, Elsie French, Joan Sterndale-Bennett, Sidney Young,
Printed Material 30/10/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Edith Evans and Dorothy Dickson sharing a dressing room at Wyndham's Theatre for their appearance in Diversion, includes a photograph, pp 2
Herbert Farjeon devised the revue Diversion
Printed Material 27/11/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of a production of The Scarlet Pimpernel, at the Treshold Theatre, London, by an amateur society, pp 1
mentions Lionel Harris, Marion Jennings, Nancy Bayne, Estelle Murison, Robert Eddison
Printed Material 04/12/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', discussion about Punch and Judy, pp 1
Printed Material 11/12/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1940, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of Anglo-Polish Ballet at the Apollo Theatre, London, mentions Florence Read, Rovi Pavinoff, Lelia Russel, Alexis Rassine,
Printed Material 18/12/1940


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Sallon', review of Aladdin, at the Coliseum Theatre, London, mentions Iris Sadler, Jean Colin, Sutherland Felce, Jerry Verno, pp 1
Printed Material 08/01/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Farjeon's revue Diversion No 2, at Wyndham's Theatre, London, includes sketches of the cast by Topolski and photographs of Dorothy Dickson, pp 4
also photographs of Peter Ustinov, Vida Hope, Joan Sterndale-Bennett, Irene Eisinger
Printed Material 22/01/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anne Zinkeisen, review of a production of Berkeley Square, at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 22/01/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Sadler's Wells Ballet at the New Theatre, London, featuring The Wise Virgins, Harlequin in the Street, Fagade, mentioning Robert Helpmann, pp 1
also mentioning Julia Farron, Margot Fonteyn, Alan Carter
Printed Material 29/01/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of Dear Brutus, at the Globe Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/02/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Heart's Conent, at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/01/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of the cabaret club The Nightlight Club, Little Newport Street, London, pp 1
mentions Robert Langford, Joan Ireland, Grace Newcombe, Barabara Lott, June Langley
Printed Material 19/02/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of Strike Up The Music, at the Coliseum Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 26/02/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of The Beggar's Opera, at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/03/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a the revue Nineteen, Naughty One at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/03/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of the revue Applesauce, at the Palladium, London, pp 1
on the opposite side of the page is a series of photographs of actors/actresses and their war work, includes Noel Coward, Pamela Irving, Gertrude Lawrence, Anna Konstann
Printed Material 19/03/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of New Faces, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 26/03/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of No Time for Comedy, at the Haymarket, London, pp 1
Printed Material 09/04/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of the revue Orchids and Onions at the Comedy Theatre, London, mentions Polly Ward, Albert Welan, Hugh French, pp 1
also mentions George Doonan,
Printed Material 16/04/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of Women Aren't Angels, at the Strand Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 30/04/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of Under One Roof, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/05/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Night Sky, at the Savoy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/01/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of Black Vanities, at Victoria Palace, London, pp 1
Printed Material 14/05/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of Shepherd's Pie at the Prince's Theatre, London, an evening of songs, dance and laughter, pp 1
mentions Bobby Howes, Arthur Riscoe, Vera Pearce, Richard Hearne
Printed Material 21/05/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of Sadler's Wells Ballet, at the New Theatre, London, features The Wise Virgins, Fete Polanaise, pp 1
mentions Margot Fonteyn, Pamela May, Michael Somes
Printed Material 28/05/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of the music show Up and Doing, at the Saville Theatre, London, pp 1
mentions Patricia Burke, Carroll Gibbons, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway, Binnie Hale, Leslie Henson,
Printed Material 04/06/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Lee-Elliott, review of the ballet Orpheus and Eurydice, at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
mentions Robert Helpmann, Mary Honer, Pamela May
Printed Material 11/06/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of the revue Rise Above It, at the Comedy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 18/06/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of the opera La Traviata, at the New Theatre, London, mentions Janet Hamilton-Smith, Tom Williams, Trefor Jones,
also mentions Kate Jackson
Printed Material 02/07/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of Fun and Games, at the Prince's Theatre, London, a show of song, dance and laughter, pp 1
mentions Carol Raye, Richard Hearne,
Printed Material 03/09/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of Room V, at the Garrick Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/09/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Anna Zinkeisen, review of a production of Forty-Eight Hours Leave, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 01/10/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Hamlet, at the Old Vic, London, pp 1
Printed Material 27/01/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of a production of Sorotchintsy Fair, at the Savoy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 15/10/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of a production of the play Jupiter Laughs at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/11/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of a production of Distant Point, at the Westminster Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/11/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of a production of The Man Who Came to Dinner, at the Savoy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/12/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of a production of The Morning Star, at the Globe Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/12/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of a production of Old Acquaintance, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 31/12/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1942, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of the pantomime Jack and Jill, at the Palace Theatre, London, mentions Bryan Michie, Arthur Askey, Jack Hartman, pp 1
Printed Material 21/01/1942


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1942, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of Variety, at the Metropolitan, London, mentions Harry Roy, Peter Sinclair, Hamilton Conrad, pp 1
Printed Material 04/02/1942


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1942, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of Ridgeway's Last Joys, at the Player's Theatre, London, mentions Vida Hope, Sidney Young, Don Gemmel, Hedli Anderson pp 1
Printed Material 11/02/1942


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1942, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of Goodnight Children, at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 18/02/1942


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Article - The Theatre: Encore Ivor, Encore Noel- published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Careless Rapture (Drury Lane), Mademoiselle (Wyndham's), mentions Madge Titeradge, Isabel Jeans, Greer Garson, Cecil Parker
Printed Material 30/09/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Balalaika, at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 03/02/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1942, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of On Approval, at the Aldwych Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 25/02/1942


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1942, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of Jam Today, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/03/1942


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of The Taming of the Shrew, at Southwark Park, London, pp 1
Printed Material 09/07/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1941, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by Tom Titt, review of a production of Blithe Spirit, at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, includes photograph of the production, pp 1
Printed Material 16/07/1941


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Behind Your Back, at the Strand Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 10/02/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Retreat from Folly, at the Queen's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 10/03/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of George and Margaret, at Wyndham's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/03/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Bats in the Belfry, at the Ambassadors Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/03/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Taming of the Shrew, at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/04/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Mile Away Murder, at the Duchess Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 14/04/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of London After Dark, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 21/04/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Black Limelight, at the St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/05/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Grand Duchess, at Daly's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/05/1937


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Article - The Theatre: 'Follow Your Saint' (Queens) and 'Over She Goes' (Saville) - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, mentions Syd Walker, Richard Murdoch, Adele Dixon, pp 1
Printed Material 07/10/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Sarah Simple, at the Garrick Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 19/05/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Old Music, at the St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 01/09/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Time and the Conways, at the Duchess Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 08/09/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Crest of the Wave, at the Drury Lane Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 15/09/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', reviews of Richard II (Queens) and Bonnet Over the Windmill (New), London, mentions Anna Firth, Ive St Helier, Cecil Parker, pp 1
Printed Material 22/09/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', reviews of Going Greek (Gaiety) and Crazy Days (Shaftesbury), mentions Leslie Henson, Gavin Gordon, Louise Browne, Fred Emney, pp 1
Printed Material 29/09/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Pymalion at the Old Vic London, pp 1
Printed Material 06/10/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of I Have Been Have Before, at the Royalty Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/10/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Last Straw, at the Comedy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/10/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Autumn, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 27/10/1937


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Article - The Theatre: American Justice - English Jury - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Night of January 16th (Phoenix), pp 1
Printed Material 14/10/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of Hide and Seek (London Hippodrome), The Laughing Cavalier (Adelphi), Punch and Judy (Vaudeville), pp 1
also mentions Irene Eisinger, John Garrick, Charles Heslop, Arthur Margetson's,
Printed Material 03/11/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Yes and No, at the Ambassador's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/11/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Ghosts, at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/11/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Silent Knight, at the St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 01/12/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Robert's Wife, at the Globe Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 08/12/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of The School for Scandal (Queen's) and People at Sea (Apollo) mentions Torin Thatcher, Martin Walker, Edward Chapman, pp 1
also mentions Jean Muir, Vivienne Bennett
Printed Material 15/12/1927


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Oh! You Letty, at the Palace Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 22/12/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of I Killed The Count, at the Whitehall Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 29/12/1937


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of You Can't Take It With You (St James's) and Room Service (Strand), mentions Henry Caine, Boris Ranevsky,
also mentions William Mendrek, James Corner, Harold Waldrige, Hartely Power, William Swetland
Printed Material 05/01/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, at the Old Vic, London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/01/1938


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Article - The Theatre: Pure Comedy But Naughty - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes caricatures by 'Rouson' review of a production of The Country Wife at the Old Vic, London, pp 1
Printed Material 21/10/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of This Money Business, at the Ambassadors Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 19/01/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Mourning Becomnes Electra, at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 26/01/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Innocent Party, at the St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 16/02/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Three Sisters, at the Queen's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 09/02/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Island, at the Comedy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 23/02/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Mary Goes To See, at the Haymarket, London, pp 1
Printed Material 02/03/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Dodsworth, at the Palace Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 09/03/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Surprise Item, at the Ambassadors Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 16/03/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Plan for a Hostess, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 23/03/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Operette, at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 30/03/1938


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Article - The Theatre: Adaptation with Respect - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Jane Eyre at the Queen's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 28/10/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Idiot's Delight (Apollo) and Toss of a Coin (Vaudeville), mentions Edwin Styles, Marion Lorne, pp 1
Printed Material 06/04/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Painted Smile, at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/04/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Ghost for Sale, at the Whitehall Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/04/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Power and Glory, at the Savoy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 27/04/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Merchant of Venice, at the Queens Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/05/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Banana Ridge, at the Strand Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 11/05/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Pelissier's Follies of 1938, at the Saville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 18/05/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of People of Our Class, at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 25/05/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Amphitryon 38, at the Lyric Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 01/06/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Happy Returns, at the Adelphi Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 08/06/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes caricatures by 'Rouson', reviews for This'll Make You Whistle (Palace) and Let's Raise the Curtain (Victoria Palace), mentions Fred Sanborn,
also mentions Charlotte Arren, Florence Desmond,
Printed Material 04/11/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Golden Boy, at St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 06/07/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Lots Wife, at the Aldwych Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/07/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Maritza, at the Palace Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/07/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Little Stranger, at the Royalty Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 27/07/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Last Train South, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/08/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of She Too Was Young, at Wyndham's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 31/08/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Fleet's Lit Up, at the Hippodrome, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/09/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Running Riot, at Gaiety Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 14/09/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Flashing Stream, at the Lyric Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 21/09/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', reviews of Dear Octopus (Queen's) and The Last Trump (Duke of York), Henry V (Drury Lane), mentions Seymour Hicks, Cecil Trouncer,
also mentions H R Hignett, Ivor Novello, Lewis Casson, Dorothy Dickson, Joan Swinstead, Frederick Bennett, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies,
Printed Material 28/09/1938


HF/DC/000042/8
Article - The Theatre: Leslie Banks In A New Comedy - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes caricatures by 'Rouson', review of Till the Cows Come Home at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 11/11/1936


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Corn is Green, at the Duchess Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/101/938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review Good-bye, Mr Chips (Shaftsbury), Official Street (New), These Foolish Things (Palladium), mentions Cecil Parker, Henry Hewitt,
also mentions Carol Goodner, Robert Douglas, Cyril Raymond,
Printed Material 12/10/1938


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Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of When We Are Married, at St Martin's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 26/10/1938


HF/DC/000042/83
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', reviews of Goodness, How Sad (Vaudeville) and Quiet Wedding (Wyndham's), mentions Elisabeth Allan, Frank Lawton, Esther McCracken
also mentions Anne Firth, Marie Lohr, Marjorie Fielding
Printed Material 02/11/1938


HF/DC/000042/84
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of A Party for Christmas, at the Haymarket Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 09/11/1938


HF/DC/000042/85
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Shoemaker's Holiday at the Playhouse Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 16/11/1938


HF/DC/000042/86
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of productions in the theatres that autumn, mentions Robert Harris, Michael Denison, Stephen Murray, Catherine Lacey, pp 1
also mentions Lesley Brook, Winifred Hindle, Ruth Lodge, Milton Rosmer, Hedley Briggs, Muriel Pavlow, Peggy Ashcroft
Printed Material 23/11/1938


HF/DC/000042/87
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Gentleman Unknown, at St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 30/11/1938


HF/DC/000042/88
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Geneva at the Saville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/12/1938


HF/DC/000042/89
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1938, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Under Your Hat, at the Palace Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 14/12/1938


HF/DC/000042/9
Article - The Theatre: History into Drama - a Playwright's Problem - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes caricatures by 'Rouson', review of Parnell at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 18/11/1936


HF/DC/000042/90
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Gate Revue, at the Gate Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/01/1939


HF/DC/000042/91
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Marco Millions at the Westminster Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 11/01/1939


HF/DC/000042/92
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Number Six, at the Aldwych Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 18/01/1939


HF/DC/000042/93
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Ridgeway's Late Joys, at the Players Theatre, London, mentions Frith Banbury, Eve Lynd, Archie Harradine
also mentions Betty Hardy, Betty Jardine, Bernard Miles, Elsa Lanchester, Harold Scott
Printed Material 25/01/1939


HF/DC/000042/94
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of They Walk Alone, at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 01/02/1939


HF/DC/000042/95
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Design for Living at the Haymarket Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 08/02/1939


HF/DC/000042/96
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Gas Light, at the Apollo Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 15/02/1939


HF/DC/000042/97
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of Little Ladyship at the Strand Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 22/02/1939


HF/DC/000042/98
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Doctor's Dilemma, at the Westminster Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 01/03/1939


HF/DC/000042/99
Article - The Theatre - published in The Tatler and Bystander, 1939, written by Herbert Farjeon, caricatures by 'Rouson', review of a production of The Mother, at the Garrick Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 15/03/1939


HF/DC/000043/1
Article - 'Drake' at His Majesty's - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), review of a production of Drake, at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 25/09/1912


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Article - Mr Barker Gets Reinhardtitis - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about a production of The Winter's Tale, at the Savoy Theatre, London, includes a production photograph, pp 1
Printed Material 11/10/1912


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Article - The Triangular Test - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a triple bill at the Duke of York Theatre, London, plays include Pinero's, The Widow of Wasdale Head, Shaw's, Overruled, and Barrie's Rosalind, pp 1
Printed Material 25/10/1912


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Article - What's Wrong with the Follies? - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the revue The Follies, at the Apollo Theatre, London, mentions H R Pelissier, Morris Harvey, Lewis Sydney, Douglas Maclaren, pp 1
Printed Material 06/11/1912


HF/DC/000043/5
Article - Experiences of a Dramatic Critic - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the job of a drama critic, pp 1
Printed Material 20/11/1912


HF/DC/000044/1
Article - At The Peephole - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by 'The Pied-Piper' (probably Herbert Farjeon?), discussion about The Winter's Tale, pp 1
Printed Material 25/09/1912


HF/DC/000044/2
Article - At The Peephole - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by 'The Pied-Piper' (probably Herbert Farjeon?), discussion about playwrights and plays, pp 1
Printed Material 11/10/1912


HF/DC/000044/3
Article - At The Peephole - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by 'The Pied-Piper' (probably Herbert Farjeon?), discussion about comedy plays and elements within them, pp 1
Printed Material 25/10/1912


HF/DC/000044/4
Article - At The Peephole - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by 'The Pied-Piper' (probably Herbert Farjeon?), discussion about Realism, pp 1
Printed Material 06/11/1912


HF/DC/000044/5
Article - At The Peephole - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by 'The Pied-Piper' (probably Herbert Farjeon?), discussion about stage curtains, pp 1
Printed Material 20/11/1912


HF/DC/000044/6
Article - At The Peephole - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by 'The Pied-Piper' (probably Herbert Farjeon?), discussion about Hindu drama, and a production of Kalidasa's, Shakuntala, at the Albert Hall, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/12/1912


HF/DC/000044/7
Article - At The Peephole - published in Theatreland, 1912, written by 'The Pied-Piper' (probably Herbert Farjeon?), discussion about pantomimes, pp 1
Printed Material 18/12/1912


HF/DC/000044/8
Article - At The Peephole - published in Theatreland, 1913, written by 'The Pied-Piper' (probably Herbert Farjeon?), discussion about plots in plays, pp 1
Printed Material 29/01/1913


HF/DC/000045/1
Caption - Our Cartoon: Mr Kenneth Douglas - published in Theatreland, 1912, caption written by Herbert Farjeon (?), not the actual cartoon, pp 1
Printed Material 11/10/1912


HF/DC/000045/2
Caption - Our Cartoon: Miss Marie Tempest - published in Theatreland, 1912, caption written by Herbert Farjeon (?), not the actual cartoon, pp 1
Printed Material 20/11/1912


HF/DC/000045/3
Caption - Our Cartoon: Gerald du Maurier - published in Theatreland, 1912, caption written by Herbert Farjeon (?), not the actual cartoon, pp 1
Printed Material 18/12/1912


HF/DC/000046/1
Article - The Birth of the Playboy - published in the Theatre Arts Magazine, 1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Synge's, The Playboy of the Western World, pp 1
Printed Material 01/1932 (?)


HF/DC/000046/2
Article - What Shall We Play? - published in Theatre Arts Magazine, collected by Herbert Farjeon, group of theatre people suggest plays/actors/directors/designers they'd like the National Theatre to put on, pp 1
suggestions made by Laurence Olivier, Eugene O'Neill, Elmer Rice, Harold Clurman, Auriol Lee, Thornton Wilder, Richard Whorf, William Saroyan, Rachel Crothers, William A Brady, Irwin Shaw
Printed Material 1930s (?)


HF/DC/000047/1
Article - Theatre - Androcles and the Lion - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, at the Arts Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/02/1943


HF/DC/000047/10
Article - Theatre - Arc de Triomphe (Phoenix) and This Is The Army (Palladium) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, pp 1
Printed Material 20/11/1943


HF/DC/000047/11
Article - Theatre - The Recruiting Officer (Arts) and This Time It's Love (Comedy) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, mentions Ellen Pollock, Charles Heslop, Ernest Thesiger, pp 1
Printed Material 04/12/1943


HF/DC/000047/12
Article - Theatre - Halfway to Heaven (Prince's) and On Life's Sunny Side (Arts) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, mentions Mary Morris, David Bird, Helen Cherry, Elwyn Brook-Jones
Printed Material 18/12/1943


HF/DC/000047/13
Article - Theatre - The Merry Widow - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 1943


HF/DC/000047/14
Article - Theatre - published in Time and Tide, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of four different pantomimes, mentions Zena Dare, Sybil Thorndike, Roma Beaumont, Evelyn Laye, Pat Kirkwood, pp 1
Printed Material 01/01/1944


HF/DC/000047/15
Article - Theatre - Sweeter and Lower - published in Time and Tide, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the revue at the Ambassador's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 26/02/1944


HF/DC/000047/16
Article - Theatre - This Was A Woman - published in Time and Tide, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play at the Comedy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 25/03/1944


HF/DC/000047/17
Article - Theatre - Uncle Harry (Garrick), Something for the Boys (Coliseum) and One Room (Apollo) - published in Time and Tide, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of
Printed Material 08/04/1944


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Article - The Tragedy of As You Like It - published in Time and Tide, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion of a lecture given by Professor Ebenezer Cruz about the above play, pp 1
Printed Material 29/04/1944


HF/DC/000047/19
Article - Theatre - Crisis in Heaven - published in Time and Tide, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play at the Lyric Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/05/1944


HF/DC/000047/2
Article - Theatre - Abraham Lincoln - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, at the Playhouse Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/04/1943


HF/DC/000047/20
Article - Theatre - A Trip to Scarborough (Sheridan), A Night in Venice (Cambridge), The Student Prince (Stoll), The Quaker Girl (Coliseum) - published in Time and Tide, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of the above productions, pp 1
mentionsBruce Trent, Celia Lipton,
Printed Material 03/06/1944


HF/DC/000047/21
Article - Theatre - The Last of Summer - published in Time and Tide, 1944, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, at the Phoenix Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/06/1944


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Article - Theatre - The Moon is Down (Whitehall), The Russians (Playhouse), Living Room (Garrick) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of the above plays, mentions Miss Hampton, Miss Bowman, Miss McCracken, pp 1
Printed Material 1943 (?)


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Article - Theatre - Heartbreak House (Cambridge), The Well of the Saints (Arts), Beyond (Arts) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, pp 1
Printed Material 1943


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Article - Christmas Cards - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about cards, pp 1
Printed Material 25/12/1943


HF/DC/000047/3
Article - Theatre - Ghosts - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, at the Duke of York's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 03/07/1943


HF/DC/000047/4
Article - Theatre - Lottie Dundass (Vaudeville) and Its Time to Dance (Winter Garden) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, mentions Fred Emney, Buddy Bradley, pp 1
Printed Material 31/07/1943


HF/DC/000047/5
Article - Theatre - War and Peace (Phoenix) and The Magistrate (Arts) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, mentions Denys Blakelock, pp 1
Printed Material 14/08/1943


HF/DC/000047/6
Article - Theatre - Sunny River - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 28/08/1943


HF/DC/000047/7
Article - Theatre - Uncle Vanya (Westminster) and Pik String and Sealing Wax (Duke of York) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, mentions Roland Pertwee, pp 1
Printed Material 11/09/1943


HF/DC/000047/8
Article - Theatre - The Tragedy of Nan - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, at the Mercury Theatre, London, mentions Mr Hignett, Miss Letts, pp 1
Printed Material 09/10/1943


HF/DC/000047/9
Article - Theatre - Acacia Avenue (Vaudeville) and She Follows Me About (Garrick) - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of the above plays, mentions Robertson Hare, Pauline Tennent, Catherine Lacey, pp 1
Printed Material 23/10/1943


HF/DC/000048/1
Article - The Montgomery's - published in Vanity Fair, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, short story about a family called Mongomery, pp 2
Printed Material 11/06/1913


HF/DC/000048/2
Article - 'Adsum' - published in Vanity Fair, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, about last words, pp 2
Printed Material 18/06/1913


HF/DC/000048/3
Article - 'Cuffs' - published in Vanity Fair, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, series of letters between two people (fictional), pp 2
Printed Material 02/07/1913


HF/DC/000048/4
Article - Trade Secrets - published in Vanity Fair, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Britain, pp 2
Printed Material 16/06/1913


HF/DC/000048/5
Article - On Weights and Measures - published in Vanity Fair, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Printed Material 13/08/1913


HF/DC/000048/6
Article - The Agony on the Railway - published in Vanity Fair, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Printed Material 05/11/1913


HF/DC/000049/1
Article - A Note on the Art of Self-Advertisement as Practised by the Modern Actor; With a Lament for the Lost Art of Playgoing - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 05/1921


HF/DC/000049/10
Article - The Art of the Chauve-Souris as Seen at the London Pavilion: an Aesthetic Variety Show of Toy Mysteries and Exquisite Trivialities - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 10/1921


HF/DC/000049/100
Article - Seen on Stage - The Mystery of the Woman Playwright - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about women playwrights, mentions Peggy Webling, Aimee Stuart, pp 1
Printed Material 05/03/1930


HF/DC/000049/101
Article - Seen on Stage - The Plays We Really Want - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Leon M Lion's production of This Way to Paradise, pp 1
Printed Material 19/03/1930


HF/DC/000049/102
Article - Seen on Stage - The Gentle Art of Dying - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about performing dying on stage, pp 1
Printed Material 02/04/1930


HF/DC/000049/103
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing preparing to watch a play, pp 1
Printed Material 16/04/1930


HF/DC/000049/104
Article - Seen on Stage - The Danger of Laughter - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, about playwrights and performances, pp 1
Printed Material 30/04/1930


HF/DC/000049/105
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about why people go to watch plays, mentions Wallace's, On The Spot, Milne's, Michael and Mary, pp 1
Printed Material 04/05/1930


HF/DC/000049/106
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the theatre on offer that summer, pp 1
Printed Material 11/06/1930


HF/DC/000049/107
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, thoughts about writing a play about drama critics, pp 1
Printed Material 25/06/1930


HF/DC/000049/108
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about a production of Badger's Green, and the playwright R C Sherriff, pp 1
Printed Material 09/07/1930


HF/DC/000049/109
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about retrospective plays, specifically mentions a production of Cynara at the Playhouse, Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 23/07/1930


HF/DC/000049/11
Article - Some Unconsidered Elements in the Success of a Play, Including those Commonly Neglected Factors, the Audience and the Auditorium - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews Diff'rent by playwright Eugene O'Neill, pp 1
Printed Material 11/1921


HF/DC/000049/110
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about comedy, pp 1
Printed Material 06/08/1930


HF/DC/000049/111
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the plays on that month, mentions The Love Race at the Gaiety, The Importance of Being Ernest at the Lyric, Cynara at the Playhouse, pp 1
Printed Material 20/08/1930


HF/DC/000049/112
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about a visit to the Embassy Theatre, and other theatres in England, pp 1
Printed Material 07/01/1931


HF/DC/000049/113
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the titles of plays, pp 1
Printed Material 04/02/1931


HF/DC/000049/114
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about entering into theatrical management, pp 1
Printed Material 18/02/1931


HF/DC/000049/115
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing Marion Lorne in Good Loser's at the Whitehall Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/03/1931


HF/DC/000049/116
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, about who he would invite to a party, pp 1
Printed Material 18/03/1931


HF/DC/000049/117
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about All Fool's Day, and 'funny' people in theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 01/04/1931


HF/DC/000049/118
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about 'talkies', pp 1
Printed Material 13/05/1931


HF/DC/000049/119
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1933, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about plays that season, including Tsar Saltan, Hay Fever, Nymph Errant, Within the Gates, pp 1
Printed Material 20/09/1933


HF/DC/000049/12
Article - Some Notes on the Irresistible Appeal of the Gilbert and Sullivan Operas, With a Forecast of What Will Happen When the Copyright Falls In - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews The Gondoliers at the Prince's Theatre
Printed Material 11/1921


HF/DC/000049/120
Article - Circus Time - published in Vogue, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the circus at Olympia, pp 1
Printed Material 10/01/1934


HF/DC/000049/121
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Cedric Harwicke being knighted, and other actors/actresses that maybe should be knighted, pp 1
Printed Material 24/01/1934


HF/DC/000049/122
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the dancing of Markova, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1934


HF/DC/000049/123
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1934, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about what people do in the interval of a play, and the programmes, pp 1
Printed Material 14/11/1934


HF/DC/000049/124
Article - What Are We In For? - published in Vogue, 1936, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the future of the theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 02/1936


HF/DC/000049/125
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about actresses, pp 1
Printed Material 11/12/1936


HF/DC/000049/13
Article - The Charm of the Russian Ballet, with Some Notes on 'The Sleeping Princess' - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon,
Printed Material 12/1921


HF/DC/000049/14
Article - Some Notes on the Old Vic, and its Unsurpassed Shakespearean Productions - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions Robert Atkins, pp 1
Printed Material 12/1921


HF/DC/000049/15
Article - Seen on the Stage - 'Peter Pan': Some Notes on the Peculiar, Texture of this Children's Play and the Pinch of Salt that Spoils the Fairy Flavour - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 01/1922


HF/DC/000049/16
Article - Seen on the Stage - The Eighteenth Century as Seen From To-day: Notes on the Revival of Mr Gay's 'Polly' - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Polly at the Kingsway Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 01/1922


HF/DC/000049/17
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Admirable Actors and Actresses of Our Day and the Lamentable Failure of Modern Playwrights to Provide Them with Good Parts - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon,
Printed Material 02/02/1922


HF/DC/000049/18
Article - Seen on the Stage - How the Dramatic Critic Goes About His Business: with some Notes on the Truth in Criticism and How It is to be Attained - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 02/1922


HF/DC/000049/19
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Notes on the Art of Dennis Eadie and the Plays Produced Under His Management, With Particular Reference to 'Enter Madame' - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1922


HF/DC/000049/2
Article - The Lost Distinction of First Nights, with Some Notes on the Important Function of Applause in the Theatre, and a Defence of the Claque - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 05/1921


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Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Proofs That There is Much Virtue in a Pilgrimage, With an Account of the Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich, and its Elizabethan Stage - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, also includes typed version
Printed Material 04/1922


HF/DC/000049/21
Article - Seen on the Stage - Mr Galsworthy as the Arch-Enemy of Melodrama, With Some Notes on the Production of 'Loyalties' at the St Martin's Theatre - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon
Printed Material 04/1922


HF/DC/000049/22
Article - Seen on the Stage - Play-reading Versus Playgoing: the Modern Fashion of Elaborate Stage Directions that Help the Reader to Score over the Playgoer - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon
Printed Material 05/1922


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Article - Seen on the Stage - Harry Lauder as a Creative Minstrel and an Interpretative Artist, With Some Notes on the Reputations of the Actors of a Bygone Age - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon
Printed Material 05/1922


HF/DC/000049/24
Article - Seen on the Stage - The Modern Movement for Opera in English and Some of Its Probable Effects - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon
Printed Material 06/1922


HF/DC/000049/25
Article - Seen on the Stage - Shakespeare and the Modern Revue, With Some Notes on 'Pot Luck' and 'A to Z' - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon
Printed Material 06/1922


HF/DC/000049/26
Article - Seen on the Stage - Play Producing Societies and Restoration Comedies - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions Amphitryon at Daly's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/1922


HF/DC/000049/27
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the International Theatre Exhibition, mentions Gordon Craig and his work for the exhibition, Hamlet, pp 1
Printed Material 07/1922


HF/DC/000049/28
Article - Seen on the Stage - Two Recent Amateur Performances of Greek Plays, at the Everyman Theatre and Bradfield College - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, plays were Sophocles's, Antigone and Troilus and Cressida, pp 1
Printed Material 08/08/1922


HF/DC/000049/29
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about plays Farjeon would like to see on at the theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 09/1922


HF/DC/000049/3
Article - Summer Evening Reflections of a Critic, Including Some Thoughts on the Melancholy Exclusion of Pan from the Modern Play - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 06/1921


HF/DC/000049/30
Article - Seen on the Stage - Beauty and the Play: Why a Fascinating Face is Often Preferred to the Skill of an Accomplished Player - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, part of, pp 1
Printed Material 09/1922


HF/DC/000049/31
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Reflections on the Responsibilities and Dangers of Being a Dramatic Author; With Notes on 'East of Suez' at His Majesty's Theatre - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 10/1922


HF/DC/000049/32
Article - Seen on the Stage - Notes on Mr John Drinkwater's Play, 'Mary Stuart', With Some Reflections on Public Prejudices With Regard to Historical Characters - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions production of Mary Stuart
Printed Material 10/1922


HF/DC/000049/33
Article - Seen on the Stage - Notes on Present-Day Revivals of Old Plays, With Some Reasons for the Frequent Failure Of the Later Productions of Famous Dramas - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 11/1922


HF/DC/000049/34
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Notes on Play-going Children and the Christmas Plays that are Produced for Them: the Need of a Real Dramatist for Children - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 12/1922


HF/DC/000049/35
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Public Prejudices with regard to the Private Life of Actors and Actresses, and Why They Have to Live Up to Their Stage Reputations - published in Vogue, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 12/1922


HF/DC/000049/36
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the ending of plays, specifically mentions Jonson's, The Masque of Christmas, pp 1
Printed Material 01/1923


HF/DC/000049/37
Article - Seen on the Stage - The Essentially Personal Quality of Art in the Theatre, Whether of the Playwright or the Producer, and the Futility of Committees - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 01/1923


HF/DC/000049/38
Article - Seen on the Stage - The Critic Goes Back to the Early Nineties And Recalls the Great Theatrical Events and The Dramatic Triumphs of Thirty Years Ago - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, photograph of Ellen Terry, pp 1
Printed Material 02/1923


HF/DC/000049/39
Article - Seen on the Stage - The Welcome Return of Marie Tempest to the London Stage, with some Reasons why Comedy Demands a More Subtle Skill than Tragedy - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes photograph of Marie Tempest, pp 1
mentions the play Good Gracious, Annabelle! At the Duke of York's Theatre, London
Printed Material 03/1923


HF/DC/000049/4
Article - The Irresistible Attraction of the Russian Ballet, With Some Notes on the Dancing of Lopokova - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 06/1921


HF/DC/000049/40
Article - Seen on the Stage - Notes on the Dramatic Critic's Verbal Stock-in-Trade, With an Appreciation of the Fine Acting of Phyllis Neilson-Terry - published in Vogue, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1920s (?)


HF/DC/000049/41
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Reflections on the Art of the Playwright and the Advantages of Spontaneity in Wit Over the Product of the Literary Stock-Pot - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon
Printed Material 03/1923


HF/DC/000049/42
Article - Seen on the Stage - The Virtuous and the Vulgar Playgoer Compared, with Notes on the production of Mr Laurence Binyon's Poetical Play 'Arthur' - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
features a photograph of Collette O'Niel as Henriette in The Orphans, at the Lyceum Theatre, London
Printed Material 04/1923


HF/DC/000049/43
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Notes on the Psychology and Symbolism of the Play 'Angelo' Produced at Drury Lane - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 04/1923


HF/DC/000049/44
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Notes on Theatrical Technique and Mr Eugene O'Neill's 'Anna Christie' - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 05/1923


HF/DC/000049/45
Article - Seen on the Stage - Notes on Plays Written in Collaboration, Their Probable Faults and Excellencies - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes photograph of Edward Willard as a tramp in the Insect Play, pp 1
Printed Material 05/1923


HF/DC/000049/46
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Suggestions With Regard to the Play and The Mannequin Parade - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions The Music Box Revue at the Palace Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 06/1923


HF/DC/000049/47
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Notes on the Acting of Eleonora Duse And the Effect of Her Naturalistic Technique - published in Vogue, 1923, written by Herbert Farjeon
Printed Material 07/1923


HF/DC/000049/48
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Notes on the Plays of the Yiddish Art Theatre and Their Revelation of the Hidden Beauty in the Tragic and Sordid - published in Vogue, 1924, written by Herbert Farjeon,
mentions the Yiddish Art Theatre of America at the Scala Theatre,
Printed Material 05/1924


HF/DC/000049/49
Article - Seen on the Stage - The Next Step - published in Vogue, 1925, written by Herbert Farjeon, part of an article about film and theatre in the future, pp 1
includes photograph of Mrs Everard Calthrop who desgined decors for Noel Coward's productions
Printed Material 06/1925


HF/DC/000049/5
Article - no title - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about playwrights including A A Milne, James Barrie, Arnold Bennett, John Galsworthy, Lord Dunsany, pp 1
Printed Material 07/1921


HF/DC/000049/50
Article - Some New Musical Comedy Queens - published in Vogue, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions Lily Elsie in The Blue Train, Phyllis Dare in Lido Lady, Phyllis Monkman in Lady Luck, Annie Croft in My Son John, Binnie Hale in Sunny, pp 1
photograph of Phyllis Monkman in Lady Luck at the New Carlton Theatre in the Haymarket
Printed Material 06/1927


HF/DC/000049/51
Article - What Makes A Good Revue? - published in Vogue, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions the revues White Birds, Black Birds, On With the Dance, One Dam Thing After Another, pp 1
Printed Material 06/1927


HF/DC/000049/52
Article - The Rise of the Primo Ballerino - published in Vogue, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions the ballets The Cat, The House Party, pp 1
Printed Material 07/1927


HF/DC/000049/53
Article - House-Party Plays - published in Vogue, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions the play The Last of Mrs Cheyney, The Happy Husband, On Approval, The Spot on the Sun, pp 1
Printed Material 07/1927


HF/DC/000049/54
Article - To Meet M Maurice Chevalier - published in Vogue, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Chevalier, Edythe Baker in One Dam Thing After Another, pp 1
also mentions Jean Forbes-Robertson in Uncle Vanya,
Printed Material 08/1927


HF/DC/000049/55
Article - Theatres Through The Ages - A Fascinating Bird's-Eye Book of the Stage, its Development and it's Architectural History - published in Vogue, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Printed Material 08/1927


HF/DC/000049/56
Article - Back To The Footlight - Reflections on the Difficulties of Staging A Successful 'Come-Back' to the Theatre - published in Vogue, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, mentions Mrs Hilton Philipson, Miss Mabel Russell, pp 1
Printed Material 07/09/1927


HF/DC/000049/57
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing children's plays of that season, pp 1
Printed Material 28/12/1927


HF/DC/000049/58
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about plays for children, mentions Robinson Crusoe, Cinderella, The Queen of Heart's, pp 1
Printed Material 11/01/1928


HF/DC/000049/59
Article - Seen on the Stage- published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing people in the theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 25/01/1928


HF/DC/000049/6
Article - The Variety Stage and Our Curiously Uncritical Attitude Towards It; With a Note on Some New Tendencies in the Variety Show - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 07/1921


HF/DC/000049/60
Article - Seen on the Stage- published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing marriage on the stage, mentions the plays Regatta, Two White Arms, Dance of Death, pp 1
Printed Material 28/02/1928


HF/DC/000049/61
Article - Seen on the Stage- published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discusses Little Tich, George Robey, Harry Tate, the play Bits and Pieces, pp 1
Printed Material 07/03/1928


HF/DC/000049/62
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the theme of an affair between the married woman and a young man, mentions the plays Fata Morgana, Young Woodley, Sauce for the Gander, pp 1
Printed Material 21/03/1928


HF/DC/000049/63
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, about plays which include audience participation, mentions The Trial of Mary Dugan, The Spider, pp 1
Printed Material 04/04/1928


HF/DC/000049/64
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing the categorising of plays and revues, mentions Noel Coward,
Printed Material 18/04/1928


HF/DC/000049/65
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing the appearance of dogs in the theatre, mentioning the play Baby Cyclone, and a production of it at the Lyric Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1928


HF/DC/000049/66
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing theatre in the summer, pp 1
Printed Material 13/06/1928


HF/DC/000049/67
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing playwrights and who they write for, pp 1
Printed Material 27/06/1928


HF/DC/000049/68
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing the return of Russian Ballet to His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 11/07/1928


HF/DC/000049/69
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Marie Tempest in Passing Brompton Road, at the Criterion Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 25/07/1928


HF/DC/000049/7
Article - Some Cases in Which There is Much Virtue in a Name; with Notes on 'Abraham Lincoln' and the Modern Fashion of Biographical Drama - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 08/1921


HF/DC/000049/70
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Ellen Terry, pp 1
Printed Material 08/08/1928


HF/DC/000049/71
Article - Seen on the Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion on failures and successes in the theatre that season, mentions Show Boat (Drury Lane), pp 1
Printed Material 22/08/1928


HF/DC/000049/72
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about theatre companies putting on plays that are not from their country, mentions production of Good News at the Carlton Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 05/09/1928


HF/DC/000049/73
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about 'talkies' at the Piccadilly Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 17/09/1928


HF/DC/000049/74
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, about The Pickwick Papers and a production of Mr Pickwick at the Haymarket Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 09/01/1929


HF/DC/000049/75
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a production of Fashion, or Life in New York at the Gate Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 23/01/1929


HF/DC/000049/76
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, about plays, mentions a production of Journey's End at the Savoy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 06/02/1929


HF/DC/000049/77
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing French actors/actresses, mentions Delysia, Yvonne Arnaud, Jeanne de Casalis, pp 1
Printed Material 20/02/1929


HF/DC/000049/78
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, sketch by Cecil Beaton, discussing plays and watching them abroad, pp 1
Printed Material 06/03/1929


HF/DC/000049/79
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing noses, and mentioning actors/actresses with specific noses, pp 1
Printed Material 20/03/1929


HF/DC/000049/8
Article - The Plot of the Play and its Infinite Lack of Variety: With a Catalogue of the Themes which may be Confidently Trusted to Reappear in Any Season - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 09/1921


HF/DC/000049/80
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing the play Berkeley Square, mentions a production of the play at the Lyric Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 03/04/1929


HF/DC/000049/81
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing the revues of Charles B Cochran, mentions Wake Up and Dream! At the London Pavilion, pp 1
Printed Material 17/04/1929


HF/DC/000049/82
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about heroes, mentions Porgy, Captain Stanhope, Mr Cinders, pp 1
Printed Material 01/05/1929


HF/DC/000049/83
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about playwrights and themes they write about, pp 1
Printed Material 15/05/1929


HF/DC/000049/84
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about great actresses, mentions Mrs Patrick Campbell, Sybil Thorndike, Edith Evans, Athene Seyler, pp 1
Printed Material 29/05/1929


HF/DC/000049/85
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about theatre managers and drama critics, pp 1
Printed Material 12/06/1929


HF/DC/000049/86
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the cost of the theatre, mentions a production of Caprice at the St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 26/06/1929


HF/DC/000049/87
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing the summer theatre, mentions the Russian Ballet, pp 1
Printed Material 10/07/1929


HF/DC/000049/88
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing elements people talk about from plays, pp 1
Printed Material 24/07/1929


HF/DC/000049/89
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing Noel Coward and his productions, mentions Bitter Sweet, This Year of Grace, pp 1
Printed Material 07/08/1929


HF/DC/000049/9
Article - Seen on the Stage - Some Notes on the Impartiality of Critics, the Influence of Play-Titles on Playgoers, and the Reason Why Certain Plays are Popular - published in Vogue, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, includes photographs of Marie O'Neill
also photograph of Athene Seyler
Printed Material 09/1921


HF/DC/000049/90
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion of the role of servants in comedy, specifically relating to Bees and Honey, pp 1
Printed Material


HF/DC/000049/91
Article - Seen on Stage - Who Is Our Most Beautiful Actress? - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about actresses, mentions Gladys Cooper, Laura Cowie, Anna May Wong, Tina Meller, Margaret Bannerman, Lilian Braithwaite, pp 1
Printed Material 18/09/1929


HF/DC/000049/92
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion of London theatres, mentions Dominion, Royal Opera House, Drury Lane, Criterion, pp 1
Printed Material 30/10/1929


HF/DC/000049/93
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about plays on in London that autumn, mentions The Calendar, The Apple Cart, The Silver Tassie, pp 1
Printed Material 13/11/1929


HF/DC/000049/94
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Gilbert and Sullivan, mentioning specifically Patience at the Savoy Theatre, London, pp 1
also mentions The Taming of the Shrew, at the London Pavilion
Printed Material 27/11/1929


HF/DC/000049/95
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about pantomimes, pp 1
Printed Material 25/12/1929


HF/DC/000049/96
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the best plays of 1929, mentions Porgy, La Vie Parisienne, Rope, Journey's End, The Mock Emperor, pp 1
Printed Material 08/01/1930


HF/DC/000049/97
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the ambitions of actors, talks about matinee idols, mentions Ivor Novello, Frank Lawton, Laurence Olivier, Nicholas Hannen, pp 1
Printed Material 22/01/1930


HF/DC/000049/98
Article - Seen on Stage - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the need of a National Theatre, includes photograph of Joan Barry as an artist's model in Art and Mrs Bottle, pp 2
Printed Material 05/02/1930


HF/DC/000049/99
Article - Seen on Stage - For Women Only - published in Vogue, 1930, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about women's roles in the theatre, includes mentions of Nine Till Six, Aren't Women Wonderful, The First Mrs Fraser, pp 1
Printed Material 19/02/1930


HF/DC/000050
Article - published in the Weekly Dispatch, collected by Herbert Farjeon, about the politician Mr Chamberlain, pp 2
Printed Material 1910 - 1940s (?)


HF/DC/000051/1
Article - M'Lady - Last Night's Production at the Playhouse - published in Westminster Gazette, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, pp 1
Printed Material 19/07/1921


HF/DC/000051/10
Article - Morals and Motley - Would 'The Cenci' in Plus-Fours be Censored? - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000051/11
Article - Monkey-Nut Melodrama - Where Dreams Materialise - Twice Nightly - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the North London Players, in Islington, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000051/12
Article - Sex and Cinderella - Or the Revolt of Diddums Darling - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000051/13
Article - Naming the Stars - Who Are Our Best 12 Actors? - published in the Westminster Gazette, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1910 - 1920 (?)


HF/DC/000051/2
Article - A 'Human' Head - Mr Hawtrey's Striking Role at the Criterion - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 0/07/1921


HF/DC/000051/3
Article - West End Repertory - Everyman Company's Season at the Queen's - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 21/07/1921


HF/DC/000051/4
Article - Adonis on the Stage - Are Our Actors Too Beautiful? - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon,
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000051/5
Article - Revue Minus Saxophone - Thoughts Inspired by the Art of Mr J H Roberts - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000051/6
Article - Theatre Programmes - A Plea for their Abolition - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000051/7
Article - Stratford's Opportunity - The Case for an Elizabethan Theatre - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000051/8
Article - Tyranny of the Stalls - Its Effect on the Actresses of To-Day - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000051/9
Article - Brotherly Love - The Family Bar to Stage Erotics - published in the Westminster Gazette, 1926, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing family members playing opposite each other in a play, pp 1
Printed Material 1926


HF/DC/000052/1
Article - The Beaux and the Dandies - published in The World, 1910, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the dress of theatregoers, pp 1
Printed Material 29/11/1910


HF/DC/000052/10
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Preserving Mr Panmure (Comedy) and The Saloon (Little Theatre), , pp 1
Printed Material 24/01/1911


HF/DC/000052/100
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Oh! I Say!! (Criterion), Yours (Vaudeville), mentions Sybil de Bray, Marguerite Scialtiel, Sydney Blow, Douglas Hoare, pp 1
Printed Material 03/06/1913


HF/DC/000052/101
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Second Mrs Tanqueray (St James's), The Duchess's Necklace (Aldwych), and The Irish Players (Court), pp 1
Printed Material 10/06/1913


HF/DC/000052/102
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Faun (Prince of Wales), A Cardinal's Romance (Savoy), mentions Enid Bell, Norman Trevor, Geoffrey Kerr, Alfred Brydone, pp 1
Printed Material 17/06/1913


HF/DC/000052/103
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Jim the Penman, at the Comedy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/06/1913


HF/DC/000052/104
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Overruled, at the Duke of York's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 22/10/1922


HF/DC/000052/105
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a lecture given by Ellen Terry about Shakespeare's Heroine's, discusses The Taming of the Shrew, pp 1
Printed Material 29/10/1922


HF/DC/000052/106
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1924, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Tide (Queen's) and Where the Rainbow Ends (Garrick), pp 1
Printed Material 24/12/1924


HF/DC/000052/11
Article - At the Haymarket - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of All That Matters, also a review of The Critic (Coronet), mentions Edyth Goodall, Hilda Davies, Milton Rosmer, Francis Hope, pp 1
Printed Material 14/02/1911


HF/DC/000052/12
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Mr Jarvis, (Wyndham's), and The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Coronet), mentions Edward Landor, Mrs Theodore Wright, Mrs Esme Percy Ralph, pp 1
Printed Material 21/02/1911


HF/DC/000052/13
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions Loaves and Fishes (Duke of York's), Bardleys the Magnificent (Globe), Baby Mine (Criterion), The Lily (Kingsway), Merry Wives of Windsor (Garrick)
Printed Material 28/02/1911


HF/DC/000052/14
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Prisoner of Zenda, at the Lyceum Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/03/1911


HF/DC/000052/15
Article - The 'Gaiety' of Nations- published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Peggy at the Gaiety Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/03/1911


HF/DC/000052/16
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Anatol (Little Theatre), A Doll's House (Court), pp 1
Printed Material 14/03/1911


HF/DC/000052/17
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of The Follies (Apollo) and Business (Aldwych), One of the Dukes (Playhouse), pp 1
Printed Material 21/03/1911


HF/DC/000052/18
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of Lady Patricia, (Haymarket), and A Fool There Was (Queens), mentions Charles Bryant, Halstan Margaret, Katharine Kaelred, pp 1
Printed Material 28/03/1911


HF/DC/000052/19
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of Passers-By (Wyndhams), The Master Builder (Little Theatre), mentions Lillah McCarthy, Norman McKinnel, Katharine Pole, Christine Silver, pp 1
also mentions Leon M Lion, Claude King, Harcourt Williams
Printed Material 04/04/1911


HF/DC/000052/2
Article - The Theatre - At the Aldwych - published in The World, 1910, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Masefield's, Pompey The Great, pp 1
Printed Material 06/12/1910


HF/DC/000052/20
Article - A Plea for a Dramatic Festival 1 - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Printed Material 04/04/1911


HF/DC/000052/21
Article - A Plea for a Dramatic Festival 2 - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Printed Material 11/04/1911


HF/DC/000052/22
Article - Correspondence - A Plea for a Dramatic Festival - published in The World, 1911, letters from Gilbert Murray, John Galsworthy, H Granville Barker, Arthur Pinero, replying to Farjeon's article about staging a Dramatic Festival HF/DC/000052/20, 21
Printed Material 18/04/1911


HF/DC/000052/23
Article - Correspondence - A Plea for Dramatic Festival - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, letters from Rudolph Besier, Martin Harvey, Alfred Sutro replying to Farjeon's article about Dramatic Festivals, see HF/DC/000052/20, 21,
Printed Material 25/04/1911


HF/DC/000052/24
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, about going on 'A Hall's Tour' - to the Empire, Alhambra and Hippodrome, and a review of The Sins of Society, (Drury Lane), mentions Sahary Djeli, Phyllis Bedells, pp 1
Printed Material 11/04/1911


HF/DC/000052/25
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of productions of Cousin Kate (Playhouse), The Terrorist (Duke of York's), mentions Laurence Irving, Mary Forbes, pp 1
Printed Material 18/04/1911


HF/DC/000052/26
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree's Shakespeare Festival (His Majesty's), The Butterfly on the Wheel (Globe), Fanny's First Play (Little Theatre)
also reviews Kismet (Garrick), mentions Lewis Waller, Madge Titheradge, Norman MacKinnell, Sam Sothern, Beryl Faber, Harcourt Williams, Claude King, Raymond Lauzerte, Christine Silver, Dorothy Minto, Cicely Hamilton, Lillah McCarthy, Oscar Asche,
Printed Material 25/04/1911


HF/DC/000052/27
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Master of Mrs Chilvers (Royalty), Playing With Fire (Comedy), mentions Robert Loraine, Alexandra Carlisle, Charles Calvert, J D Beverirdge, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1911


HF/DC/000052/28
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of the Russian Ballet (Palace), and Much Ado and As You Like It (Coronet), mentions Alice Crawford, Clifton Alderson, Owen Roughwood,
Printed Material 09/05/1911


HF/DC/000052/29
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of As You Like It at the New Theatre, London, pp 2
Printed Material 16/05/1911


HF/DC/000052/3
Article - The Theatre - At the Gaiety - published in The World, 1910, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Captain of the School, pp 1
Printed Material 13/12/1910


HF/DC/000052/30
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of productions of Nan (Little), Arms and the Man (Criterion), Money (Drury Lane), The Life and Adventures of Margaret Catchpole (Duke of York's), pp 1
mentions Lillah McCarthy, H R Hignett, Daly Bluntschli, Margaret Halstan, James Hearn, Dawson Milward, Mr Fisher White, Mrs Jean Sterling Mackinlay, George Alexander, Irene Vanbrugh, Fred Terry, Cyril Maude, Herbert Tree,
Printed Material 23/05/1911


HF/DC/000052/31
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, about a lecture about Shakespeare's heroines given by Ellen Terry (Haymarket), review of Hedda Gabler (Kingsway), pp 1
Printed Material 30/05/1911


HF/DC/000052/32
Article - At the Actors' Fete- published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, fictional piece about the Annual Theatrical Garden Party, pp 1
Printed Material 06/1911


HF/DC/000052/33
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Cherry Orchard (Aldwych), Monna Vanna (Court), Half-a-Crown (Royalty), mentions Fisher White, James Hearn, Adeline Bourne, Herbert Waring, Edmund Gwenn,
also mentions Suzanne Sheldon, Michael Sherbrooke
Printed Material 06/06/1911


HF/DC/000052/34
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the Irish Players (Court), The Crucible (Comedy), The Only Way (Lyceum), and about a further lecture given by Ellen Terry on Shakespeare's Heroines, pp 1
mentions J D Beveridge, Mary Rorke, Henry Ainley, Owen Nares, Evelyn D'Alroy, Russ Whytal,
Printed Material 13/06/1911


HF/DC/000052/35
Article - The Command Performance - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the Royal Command Performance of The Vision of Delight, at His Majesty's Theatre, London, pp 2
Printed Material 04/07/1911


HF/DC/000052/36
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of The Girl Who Couldn't Lie (Criterion), Green Elephant (Comedy), pp 1
Printed Material 11/07/1911


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Pelleas and Melisande, at the Lyceum Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 18/07/1911


HF/DC/000052/38
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Sally Bishop at the Prince of Wales Theatre, pp 1
Printed Material 01/08/1911


HF/DC/000052/39
Article - Correspondence - Who Is Mrs Grundy? - published in The World, 1911, letter written to the newspaper by Ars Longa, about Mrs Grundy, collected by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1911 (?)


HF/DC/000052/4
Article - The Theatre - At the Haymarket, published in The World, 1910, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Maeterlinck's, Blue Bird (Haymarket) and The Princess Clementina (Queens), mentions H R Irving, Stella Patrick Campbell, Eille Norwood, pp 1
Printed Material 20/12/1910


HF/DC/000052/40
Article - The Autumn Drama - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, detailing the productions planned for the autumn season, pp 1
Printed Material 29/08/1911


HF/DC/000052/41
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Macbeth (His Majesty's), Fanny's First Play (Prince of Wales), The Mousme (Shaftsbury), mentions pp 2
Printed Material 12/09/1911


HF/DC/000052/42
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of The Ogre (St James's), The Perplexed Husband (Wyndham's), Married by Degrees (Court), mentions Lyall Swete, Henrietta Watson, Athene Seyler, pp 2
Printed Material 19/09/1911


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Rip Van Winkle (Playhouse), Marionettes (Comedy), mentions Sir John Hare, Marie Lohr, pp 1
Printed Material 26/09/1911


HF/DC/000052/44
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the ballet New York (Empire), The Importance of Being Ernest (St James's), pp 1
Printed Material 17/10/1911


HF/DC/000052/45
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of What Every Woman Knows (Duke of York's), pp 1
Printed Material 24/10/1911


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of The Follies in a musical version of Macbeth (Apollo), Uninvited Guest (Prince of Wales), pp 1
Printed Material 31/10/1911


HF/DC/000052/47
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Dad, at the Playhouse Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 07/11/1911


HF/DC/000052/48
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Outlawed (Court), The War God (His Majesty's), pp 1
Printed Material 28/11/1911


HF/DC/000052/49
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews The Lower Depths (Kingsway), Pains and Penalties (Savoy), mentions Vincent Clive, Mr O P Heggie, Frances Wetherall, Holman Clark, pp 1
Printed Material 05/12/1911


HF/DC/000052/5
Article - Plays and Pantomimes - For Children Big and Small - published in The World, 1910, written by Herbert Farjeon, about pantomimes that season, pp 1
Printed Material 27/10/1910


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of Bella Donna, at the St James's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 12/12/1911


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Golden Land of Fairy Tales (Aldwych), Esther Waters (Apollo), mentions Harold Barrett, Walter Cross, Florrie Lewis, Mary Glynne, Elise Craven, pp 1
Printed Material 19/12/1911


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Hop o' My Thumb (Drury Lane), The Miracle (Olympia), Sweet Nell of the Old Drury (New), mentions Will Evans, Barry Lupino, Renee Mayer, George Graves, pp 2
Printed Material 02/01/1912


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Pigeon (Royalty), The Bear-Leaders (Comedy), pp 2
Printed Material 06/02/1912


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of The Fire Screen (Garrick), The Dust of Egypt (Wyndham's), The Easiest Way (Globe), mentions George Du Maurier, Enid Bell, Geoffrey Lascelles, Sarah Brooke, pp 2
also mentions Godfrey Tearle, Guy Standing
Printed Material 13/02/1912


HF/DC/000052/55
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of The 'Mind the Paint' Girl, at the Duke of York Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/02/1912


HF/DC/000052/56
Article - Pepys at the Play - How the First Dramatic Critic might have described last week in London - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 27/02/1912


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of 98.9 (Critereon), A Member of Tattersall's (Strand), The Chalk Line (Queen's), mentions Kenneth Douglas, Charles V France, pp 2
Printed Material 05/03/1912


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Kipps (Vaudeville), Milestones (Royalty), mentions Dennis Eadie, Hubert Harben, Haidee Wright, Mary Jerrold, Evelyn Weeden, Gladys Cooper, Esme Hubbard, pp 1
Printed Material 12/03/1912


HF/DC/000052/59
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Proud Maisie at the Aldwych Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 19/03/1912


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1910, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Piper (St James's), and Our Little Cinderella (Playhouse), mentions Cyril Maude, Margery Maude, Hubert Bromilow, pp 1
Printed Material 27/12/1910


HF/DC/000052/60
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Rutherford and Son (Little Theatre), Iphigenia in Tauris (Kingsway), mentions Godfrey Tearle, Lillah McCarthy, pp 1
Printed Material 26/03/1912


HF/DC/000052/61
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of At The Barn (Prince of Wale's), Jelf's (Wyndhams), mentions Rosalie Toller, pp 1
Printed Material 16/04/1912


HF/DC/000052/62
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Ben Hur, at the Drury Lane Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 23/04/1912


HF/DC/000052/63
Article - The Danger of Realism - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about realism and playwrights, pp 1
Printed Material 30/04/1912


HF/DC/000052/64
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of The Poetasters of Ispahan, (Little), Love-and What Then? (Playhouse), mentions Ernest Graham, Cyril Maude, pp 1
Printed Material 07/05/1912


HF/DC/000052/65
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Five Frankforters (Lyric), The Double Game (Kingsway), mentions Claude King, Arnold Lucy, A B Tapping, Michael Sherbrooke, pp 1
Printed Material 14/05/1912


HF/DC/000052/66
Article - The Theatre - Some Repertory Reflections - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 21/05/1912


HF/DC/000052/67
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Merchant of Venice (His Majestys), discussion about a rehearsal of a comedy, pp 1
Printed Material 28/05/1912


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Find The Woman (Garrick), Ann (Criterion), pp 1
Printed Material 25/06/1912


HF/DC/000052/69
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Hindle Wakes, at the Playhouse Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 23/07/1912


HF/DC/000052/7
Article - The Eternal Ego - Seymour Hicks on Seymour Hicks - published in The World, 1910, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a autobiography by Seymour Hicks, pp 1
Printed Material 1910


HF/DC/000052/70
Article - A Theatrical Revue 1911-12 1. Plays, 2. Acting - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of the years plays and acting, pp 2
Printed Material 08/1912


HF/DC/000052/71
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Ready Money at the New Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/08/1912


HF/DC/000052/72
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Drake (His Majestys), A Scrape o' the Pen (Comedy), Art and Opportunity (Prince of Wales), mentions Lyn Harding, Phyllis Neilson-Terry, Herbert Waring, pp 1
also mentions Ross Shore, Tom Moone, Agnes Miller, Graham Moffat, Marie Tempest, Charles V France, Graham Browne
Printed Material 10/09/1912


HF/DC/000052/73
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of A Young Man's Fancy (Criterion), The Winter's Tale (Savoy), mentions Marianne Caldwell, Lottie Venne, C M Lowne, Enid Bell, Charles Maude, pp 1
Printed Material 24/09/1912


HF/DC/000052/74
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews The Winter's Tale (Savoy), The Little Cafi (Playhouse), mentions Maidie Hope, Cyril Maude, Charles Glenny, Vera Coburn, pp 1
Printed Material 01/10/1912


HF/DC/000052/75
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Doormats (Wyndham's), The Turning Point (St James's), mentions George Alexander, Ethel Irving, pp 1
Printed Material 08/10/1912


HF/DC/000052/76
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about the play The Great John Ganton, pp 1
Printed Material 15/10/1912


HF/DC/000052/77
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Officer 666 (Globe), The Follies (Apollo), pp 1
Printed Material 05/11/1912


HF/DC/000052/78
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about plays mentions Kistermaeckers, Instinct, pp 1
Printed Material 12/11/1912


HF/DC/000052/79
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Twelfth Night (Savoy), Sylvia Greer (Queen's), mentions Ethel Warwick, Guy Standing, C M Lowne, Reginald Owen, Edward Rigby, pp 1
Printed Material 19/11/1912


HF/DC/000052/8
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Beau Brocade, at the Queen's Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 03/01/1911


HF/DC/000052/80
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a triple bill at the Haymarket - The Younger Generation, An Adventure of Aristide Pujol, The Golden Doom, and The Eldest Son (Kingsway), pp 1
mentions Ada King, J V Bryant,
Printed Material 26/11/1912


HF/DC/000052/81
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Where There's a Will, at the Criterion Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 03/12/1912


HF/DC/000052/82
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1912, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Shock-Headed Peter at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 24/12/1912


HF/DC/000052/83
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Billy's Fortune (Criterion), Turandot (St James), Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford (Queens), pp 2
mentions Maire O'Neill, Evelyn D'Alroy, Godfrey Tearle, Edward Sass, Norman Forbes, Hale Hamilton
Printed Material 21/01/1913


HF/DC/000052/84
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Headmaster, at the Playhouse Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 28/01/1913


HF/DC/000052/85
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Son and Heir, at the Strand Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/02/1913


HF/DC/000052/86
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Three (Little), Trust the People (Garrick), mentions Arthur Bourchier, Thomas Weguelin, pp 1
Printed Material 11/02/1913


HF/DC/000052/87
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Lady Noggs (Comedy), Nell Gwynne (Lyceum), mentions Lauderdale Maitland, Miss Tittell-Brown, pp 1
Printed Material 25/02/1913


HF/DC/000052/88
Article - The Theatre - A Comedy of Evasions - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Schoolmistress at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 04/03/1913


HF/DC/000052/89
Article - The Theatre - Her Side of the House - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of the above play, at the Aldwych Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 11/03/1913


HF/DC/000052/9
Article - The Book of the Week - Sensationalism and Clairvoyancy - published in The World, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, book review of Recollections of a Society Clairvoyant, pp 1
Printed Material 10/01/1911


HF/DC/000052/90
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, Bought and Paid For (New), Open Windows (St James's), mentions Sydney Valentine, Irene Vanbrugh, Rosalie Toller, pp 1
Printed Material 18/03/1913


HF/DC/000052/91
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Greatest Wish (Garrick), The Handful (Prince of Wales), mentions Marie Tempest, pp 1
Printed Material 25/03/1913


HF/DC/000052/92
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, about the farewell performances of Mr Forbes-Robertson at Drury Lane in The Pasing of the Third Floor Back, review of The Happy Island (His Majesty's), pp 1
Printed Material 01/04/1913


HF/DC/000052/93
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Typhoon (Haymarket), Vanity (Globe), The Inferior Sex (Comedy), mentions Ethel Irving, Kenneth Douglas, Renee Kelly, O B Clarence, pp 2
Printed Material 08/04/1913


HF/DC/000052/94
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Sir Peter Merivale in The School for Scandal (His Majesty's), review of Brother Alfred (Savoy), mentions Edward Sass, Arthur Chesney, Lawrence Grosmith, Faith Celli,
Printed Material 15/04/1913


HF/DC/000052/95
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of The Harbour Watch (Royalty), The Chaperon (Strand), mentions Cyril Knightley, Helen Haye, Ada King, pp 1
Printed Material 29/04/1913


HF/DC/000052/96
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of Strife at the Comedy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 06/05/1913


HF/DC/000052/97
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Seven Sisters, at the Savoy Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 13/05/1913


HF/DC/000052/98
Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, review of a production of The Taming of The Shrew, at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London, pp 1
Printed Material 20/05/1913


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Article - The Theatre - published in The World, 1913, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Croesus (Garrick), Within the Law (Haymarket), mentions J V Bryant, Frederick Ross, Lyall Swete, Mabel Russell, Agnes Lynch, pp 1
Printed Material 27/05/1913


HF/DC/000053/1
Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 17, entitled Richard the Third, about the play and different productions of it, includes one separate copy of the article, pp 2
Printed Material 21/10/1944


HF/DC/000053/10
Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled Why Don't We Do Something to Improve Them - Children's Plays, discusses pantomimes,
Printed Material 23/12/1944


HF/DC/000053/11
Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 17, entitled John Rich - the Father of Covent Garden,
Printed Material 30/12/1944


HF/DC/000053/12
Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 14, entitled Hired Applauders, discussion about claque,
Printed Material 06/01/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 14, entitled What is the Ideal Theatre?, discussion about theatres
Printed Material 13/01/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled The Lunts Are a Star Example - Stage Marriages, mentions Mr and Mrs Kendal,
Printed Material 20/01/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled Three Theatre Flops are recalled Worst First-Nights, mentions The Follies, Sirocco, White Birds
Printed Material 27/01/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled The Critic as Actor - My Stage Career No 1, about his acting background and his family, includes a photograph of his granfather Joseph Jefferson
Printed Material 03/02/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled A Critic's Stage Career No 2 - My Tour of the One-Night Stands, about his grandfather Joseph Jefferson and working with him in America, includes family photograph
Printed Material 10/02/1945


HF/DC/000053/18
Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled A Critic's Stage Career - Mainly in Private, about his experiences as a performer in England
Printed Material 17/02/1945


HF/DC/000053/19
Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled Maud Allen - Sensation!, about Maud Allen in London in 1908
Printed Material 24/02/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 14, entitled The Theatre Breaks Away from Long Runs, about runs of plays that have been put on, mentions Chu Chin Chow, David Garrick,
Printed Material 28/10/1944


HF/DC/000053/20
Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 17, entitled John Payne Collier - Scholar and Forger,
Printed Material 03/03/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 17, entitled How Should Audiences Behave?,
Printed Material 10/03/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 17, entitled Irving: My Hero-Worship, about Henry Irving
Printed Material 17/03/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 16, entitled Immortal Child-Actor, discussion about Salathiel or Salmon Pavy who was a child actor in Queen Elizabeth I's reign, and whose epitaph was written by Ben Jonson
Printed Material 24/03/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, article by Herbert Farjeon is missing,
Printed Material 31/03/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 19, entitled Aquatic Dramas, discussion about productions that have used water on stage, mentions The Dark Secret, The Siege of Gibraltar, The Cataract of the Ganges, and Beerbohm Tree
Printed Material 07/04/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled Once the Theatre too the place of news-reels - Victory Shows, about theatres role after victory in the past
Printed Material 14/04/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 18-19, entitled How the Command Performance changed from a private show to a public occasion - Kings At Play, about the Command Performance
Printed Material 21/04/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 10, entitled The glory of the old-time halls - A Night with Harry Tate, includes a photograph of Harry Tate
Printed Material 28/04/1945


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Article - Memories of D H Lawrence - The Twisted Genius - published in Leader Magazine, 1945, written by Herbert Farjeon, two copies, pp 4
Printed Material 05/05/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled Stage Revues, about revues, mentions the revues Happy and Glorious, These Foolish Things,
Printed Material 04/11/1944


HF/DC/000053/30
Magazine - Leader - 1945, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 18, entitled Why not single-wicket matches? - Pastime of Peace, about cricket
Printed Material 12/05/1945


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Article - She Symbolises London's story - Our Civilian Heroine - published in Leader Magazine, 1945, written by Joan Vivian-Rees, collected by Herbert Farjeon, about Lilian Braithwaite and her work
Printed Material 19/05/1945


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Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 17, entitled The Lash of the Critics Tongue, about critics and plays that are booed, mentions Felicity Jasmine and Daughter Janie,
Printed Material 11/11/1944


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Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 14, entitled Even Shakespeare has come under The Censor's Ban, about the works of Shakespeare being censored during the past,
Printed Material 18/11/1944


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Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 14, entitled Billing the Stars - Their Publicity gets better and better - But Does their Acting?,
Printed Material 25/11/1944


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Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 17, entitled The Oldest Actors - One has played a part at 81: But there have been many older, mentions Edmund Kean, Charles Kemble, Charles Macklin, Philippe Galliard,
Printed Material 02/12/1944


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Magazine - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 8-9, entitled And Now It's 'Henry the Fifth' - Shakespeare Films, includes photographs of films made of Shakespeare plays,
Printed Material 09/12/1944


HF/DC/000053/9
Article - Leader - 1944, includes an article by Herbert Farjeon, p 15, entitled How To Make Enermies - about the job of a critic, mentions incidents he'd had with Beerbohm Tree, Arthur Bourchier
Printed Material 16/12/1944


HF/DC/000054/1
Article - Happy New Year! - published in The Graphic, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, a sketch for a revue, annotated, pp 2
Printed Material 12/1928


HF/DC/000054/2
Article - Spanish Travels and Complexes - published in The Graphic, 1929, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 09/03/1929


HF/DC/000054/3 - 86
Article - Week after Week - published in The Graphic, 1929-1931, written by 'Aitcheff' (probably Herbert Farjeon), comments about items in the news each week, along with cartoons and some poems, pp 83
Printed Material 30/11/1929 - 22/08/1931


HF/DC/000054/87
Article - A Masque of Wimbledon - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon, a sketch about the tennis tournament, pp 2
Printed Material 04/07/1931


HF/DC/000054/88
Article - Highly Suspicious - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by John Sydenham, collected by Herbert Farjeon, comment about the entrances of hotels, pp 1
Printed Material 10/10/1931


HF/DC/000054/89
Article - People who Like Dogs - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by 'Aitcheff' (probably Herbert Farjeon), humorous comments, pp 1
Printed Material 17/10/1931


HF/DC/000054/90
Article - Olympian Flirtations - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by Pellinham Stone, collected by Herbert Farjeon, about the Motor Show, pp 1
Printed Material 24/10/1931


HF/DC/000054/91
Article - Interview with a Voice - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by John Sydenham, collected by Herbert Farjeon, about the election, pp 1
Printed Material 31/10/1931


HF/DC/000054/92
Article - Do Hermits Like Angels? - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by Pellingham Stone, collected by Herbert Farjeon, comments about reviewing an Art Show, pp 1
Printed Material 21/11/1931


HF/DC/000054/93
Article - Sweepstake Fever - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by J.W.P., collected by Herbert Farjeon, about the Great Irish Draw, pp 1
Printed Material 28/11/1931


HF/DC/000054/94
Article - The Temple of Nod - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by 'Aitcheff' (probably Herbert Farjeon), about the British Museum Reading Room, pp 1
Printed Material 07/11/1931


HF/DC/000054/95
Article - To Meet a Film Star - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by 'Aitcheff' (probably Herbert Farjeon), about a film reception, pp 1
Printed Material 12/12/1931


HF/DC/000054/96
Article - Off the Money Standard - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by John Sydenham, collected by Herbert Farjeon, discussion about Christmas presents, pp 1
Printed Material 26/12/1931


HF/DC/000054/97
Article - Agony in a Carriage - A Ten-Minute Story - published in The Graphic, 1931, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 26/12/1931


HF/DC/000054/98
Article - Old Masters for Sale - published in The Graphic, 1932, written by 'Aitcheff' (probably Herbert Farjeon), about auction rooms, pp 1
Printed Material 02/01/1932


HF/DC/000054/99
Article - Conversation Piece at the R.A. - published in The Graphic, 1932, written by Pellingham Stone, collected by Herbert Farjeon, about French art at Burlington House, pp 1
Printed Material 09/01/1932


HF/DC/000055
Bound volume - series of articles entitled The London Stage - published in The Graphic, 1927-1932, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of plays on in London during the period, includes photographs of some of the plays and actors/actresses, c 200 articles
Printed Material 22/01/1927-23/04/1932


HF/DC/000056
Bound volume - series of articles entitled The Play's The Thing - published in The Sphere, 1924-1927, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of plays on in London during the period, includes photographs of some of the plays and actors/actresses,
Printed Material 07/06/1924 - 15/01/1927


HF/DC/000057/1-3
Bound volume - series of articles entitled In The Limelight - published in The Graphic, 1921-1937, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of plays on in London during the period, includes photographs of some of the plays and actors/actresses,
Printed Material 06/06/1921 - 19/12/1937


HF/DC/000058
Bound volume - series of articles The Theatre - published in The Weekly Westminster, 1923-1925, written by Herbert Farjeon, mainly reviews of plays on in London, some other topics covered, includes handwritten index to plays and playwrights,
Printed Material 06/10/1923 - 07/11/1925


HF/DC/000059
Article - Everybody's Festival - published in an unknown publication, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, discussing the Shakespeare Festival at Stratford-upon-Avon, pp 1
Printed Material 02/05/1911


HF/DC/000060
Article - The New Juliet - published in an unknown publication, 1911, written by Herbert Farjeon, about Fred Terry's production of Romeo and Juliet, New Theatre, London, also mentions Bahr's, The Concert (Duke of York), Pelissier's, Follies, pp 2
Printed Material 05/09/1911


HF/DC/000061
Article - Commendable Plays - published in Drama, 1921, written by Herbert Farjeon, lists plays he would recommend on at the time, pp 1
Printed Material 01/1921


HF/DC/000062
Articles - In The Limelight - published in the Sunday Pictorial, 1922, written by Herbert Farjeon, series of articles mentioning Pinero, Ernest Thesiger in The Pigeon, Shakespeare at the Maddermarket, Norwich, Galsworthy, Charles B Cochran, pp 3
Printed Material 03/1922


HF/DC/000063
Article - Music in the Theatre - published in The Dominant, 1928, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1928


HF/DC/000064
Article - The Greek Play Society - published in Drama, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1910s - 1930s (?)


HF/DC/000065
Article - Theatre - published in Time and Tide, 1943, written by Herbert Farjeon, reviews of Shadow and Substance (Duke of York's), Magic Carpet (Prince's), pp 1
Printed Material 05/06/1943


HF/DC/000066
Article - Happy Harry Lauder - published in the Radio Times, written by Herbert Farjeonabout the Scots comedian Harry Lauder
Printed Material 11/03/1938


HF/DC/000067
Article - review for a production of The Ninth Earl, at the Comedy Theatre, London, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), from an unknown publication
Printed Material 04/1921


HF/DC/000068
Article - Plays That Have Gone Begging - written by Herbert Farjeon (?), article about why authors don't write plays, from an unknown publication
Printed Material 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/DC/000069
Article - The Arden Shakespeare, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about the Arden editions of Shakespeare plays, extract from an unknown publication
Printed Material 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/DC/000070
Article - an article about Miss Neilson-Terry, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), in six pieces, extract from an unknown publication
Printed Material 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/1
Notes - from Biographia Dramatica, details about the life of the actor Samuel Foote, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 13
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/10
Notes - from Davie's, Life of Garrick, about Samuel Foote, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/11
Notes - from Davie's, Miscellanies, about Samuel Foote, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/2
Notes - from The Works of Samuel Foote, a list of plays Samuel Foote acted in (?), made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 6
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/3
Notes - from Genest's, Some Account of the English Stage (?), about Samuel Foote's appearances in plays, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 17
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/4
Notes - from Genest's, Some Account of the English Stage, chronological list of plays Samuel Foote acted in, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 44
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/5
Notes - from Lives of the Kembles, by Percy Fitzgerald, about Samuel Footes and Garrick, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/6
Notes - from Webster's Dictionary, dates of Samuel Footes birth and death, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/7
Notes - from Raymond's, Life of Elliston, about Samuel Foote, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/8
Notes - from Davies, Life of Shakespeare, about Samuel Foote, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000001/9
Notes - from Gilliland's, Dramatic Mirror, about Samuel Foote, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 5
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/1
Notes - list of books with references to the actress Mrs Ann Bracegirdle, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/2
Notes - list of the key dates in the life of the actress Mrs Ann Bracegirdle, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/3
Notes - of the actress Mrs Ann Bracegirdle's Prologues and Epilogues, titles include: The Old Bachelor, Amphitryon, The Volunteers, Sir Antony Love, Cleomenes, King Arthur, The Amorous Bigot, The Ambitious Step-Mother, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 8
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/4
Notes - on the characters played by the actress Mrs Ann Bracegirdle, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/5
Notes - from Genest's, Some Account of the English Stage (?), about the actress Mrs Ann Bracegirdle and Mountfort, made by Herbert Farjeon, (one page of notes made on the back of the beginning of a letter to Miss Cunningham), pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/6
Notes - from Davie's, Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick, about Mrs Ann Bracegirdle and David Garrick, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/7
Notes - from An Apology for the Life of Mr Colley Cibber, about Colley Cibber and Mrs Ann Bracegirdle, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/8
Notes - from Clark Russell, Representative Actors, about Mrs Ann Bracegirdle being fined, also about her and Congreve, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000002/9
Notes - from various publications including Dramatic Mirror, Clark Russell's Representative Actors, about Mrs Ann Bracegirdle's earnings, appearance, virtues, and her performance in The Orphan, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 5
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000003
Notes - reviews from Weekly Westminster, Sphere, Graphic and Sunday Pictorial, for performances made by the actor Henry Ainley in various productions, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 6
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000004
Notes - reviews from Weekly Westminster, Graphic and Sunday Pictorial for performances by the actress Sara Allgood in various productions, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000005
Notes - reviews from Weekly Westminster, Sphere, Graphic, and Sunday Pictorial for performances by the actress Yvonne Arnaud in various productions, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000006
Notes - from Davies, Life of Garrick, Dramatic Miscellanies, and Russell's Representative Actors, about the actor Lacy Ryan, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000007
Notes - Acting off the Stage - Edmund Kean Malingers, Edmund Kean Again, Sheridan Again, taken from Hawkin's, Life of Edmund Kean and Cook's, Hours with the Players, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 9
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000008
Notes - Realism - Smoked Out, Emotional Copy, Joan Gets it Hot, The Identical Sofa, Powell Makes Love and Pity the Blind, from various publications, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 10
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000009
Notes - Realism Resented - Stormy Nights, about the first night of Charles Reade's 'It's Never Too Late to Mend' 1912, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000010/1
Notes - Rehearsals - Charles Kean's Bell, from Ellen Terry, The Story of My Life, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000010/2
Notes - Rehearsals - Barrels for Repose, from Ewer's Play Production for Everyone, about W B Yeats, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000010/3
Notes - two copies of Rehearsals - Mlle Mars, Victor Hugo, and Hernani, from My Memoirs, by Alexander Dumas, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 6
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000011
Notes - Rivalry - Equal Thunder, about a rehearsal of the play Semiramis, from Davie's, Dramatic Miscellanies, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/1
Notes - two copies of Royalty at the Theatre - Kings and the Queen of Sheba, extract from Sir John Harington's account of the exhibition of the Queen of Sheba before James I and Christian of Denmark at Theobalds 1606, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 5
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/10
Notes - Royalty and the Stage - George III takes a nap, extracts from Raymond's, Life of Elliston, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/11
Notes - Royalty and the Stage - Fete at Redipole, extracts from Raymond's, Life of Elliston, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/12
Notes - Royalty and the Stage - As Queen to Queen, extracts from Baker's, Our Old Actors, about the actress Mrs Porter and Queen Anne, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/13
Notes - Royalty and the Stage - extract about George III, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/14
Notes - Royalty and the Stage - 1723, extract from John Payne Collier 'An Old Man's Diary', about George II and Mr Pankithman, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/15
Notes - Royalty and the Stage, references to books that mention Queen Elizabeth I at Elvetham and Kenilham, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/2
Notes - two copies of Royalty and the Theatre - Inaudibility at Weimar, extract from a receipt issued by Goethe in 1795, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/3
Notes - two copies of Royalty and the Theatre - The Castle of Perfect Beauty, extract from Lucy Aitkin's, Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 8
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/4
Notes - two copies of Royalty and the Theatre - 'The Play's the Thing', extract from Fitzgerald Molloy, The Queen's Comrade, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/5
Notes - two copies of Royalty and the Theatre - Coronation Play, extracts from Davie's, Life of Garrick, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/6
Notes - two copies of Royalty and the Theatre - George II and Richard III, extracts from Davie's Life of Garrick, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/7
Notes - Royalty and the Theatre - Ruined by Royalty, extracts from Era 1912, about Samuel Phelps and Charles Kean, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/8
Notes - Royalty and the Stage - Nero Behaves, extracts from Davie's, Dramatic Miscellanies, made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is a copy of 'Let's not wash up tonight', written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000012/9
Notes - Royalty and the Stage - Rehearsing Princesses, extracts from Davie's Dramatic Miscellanies, about Mrs Betterton, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000013
Notes - two copies of Strikes - Voltaire versus Management, extract from Mantzius', A History of Theatrical Art, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000014/1
Notes - two copies of Spice - Congreve and the Duchess of Markborough, extract from Gosse's, Life of William Congreve, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000014/2
Notes - Spice - Mrs Glover and Madame Vestris, extracts from Cook's, Hours with the Players, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000014/3
Notes - two copies of Spice - Napoleon and Mlle Duchesnois, extracts from Gribble, Romances of the French Theatre, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000015
Notes - Supers - Granville Barker's Forum, extracts from Superintending Supers, Era, 1918, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000016
Notes - Typecasting - Blindness Personified, extract from Fitzgerald's, Life of Garrick, about Fleetwood and the play Tiresias, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000017
Notes - two copies of Scenery, extract from Tate Wilkinson's Memoirs, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000018
Notes - two copies of Acting for Consolation, about Mrs Siddons, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000019
Notes - two copies of Actresses and Statues, extract from Mantzius', History of Theatrical Art, about Mrs Siddon, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000020
Notes - All Under Twenty, extract from Memoirs of Mary Robinson, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000021
Notes - Applause in Dublin, extract from Cooke's, Memoirs of Samuel Foote, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000022
Notes - An Armada Yarn, extract from Raymond's, Life of Elliston, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000023
Notes - Author Applauds Author, extract from introduction to Mermaid series of Beaumont and Fletcher, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000024
Notes - Cue for Limelight, extract from Archer's, Masks on Faces (?), unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000025
Notes - Death on a Carpet, extract from O'Keeffe's, Recollections, about Murphy's play Grecian Daughter, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000026
Notes - Dog Stars, extract from H Barton Baker's, The London Stage, about the Royal Circus, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is a letter to Feliz de Wolfe, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000027
Notes - Dubourg's Cadenza, extract from Cumming's, Dr Arne and Rule Britannia, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000028
Notes - Eating before Acting, extracts from Mary Anderson's, A Few more Memories and the Monthly Mirror, about Salvini and Mr Mossop, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000029
Notes - Encore, Pepita!, extract from the Daily Herald, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000030
Notes - Esquimaux on Caruso, extract from the Daily Mirror, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000031
Notes - Everybody's Foppington, about Lord Foppington, unclassified notes by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000032
Notes - two copies of Five Richards, extract from Lawson's, The Story of the Scots Stage, about Richard III in 1846, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000033
Notes - The Footman's Fallery, extract from J Keith Angus', A Scotch Playhouse, about the farce High Life Below Stairs, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000034
Notes - A French Revolution Play, extract from Mantzius, A History of Theatrical Art, about Sylvain Marechal, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000035
Notes - Garrick's Round, extract from Baker's, Our Old Actors, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000036
Notes - Garrick's Stage (Drury Lane 1747), extract from Fitzgerald's, Life of Garrick, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000037
Notes - Grace Darling and Real Water, extract from Edmund Yates, His Recollections and Experience, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000038
Notes - Mrs Siddons, reviews of Mrs Siddon in Fatal Curiosity and Pizarro, both extracts from Crabbe Robinson's Diary, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000039
Notes - list of players at Covent Garden, between 1744 - 1752, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 8
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000040
Notes - list of players at Drury Lane, between 1744 - 1752, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 7
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000041
Notes - list of players at Goodman's Fields, between 1745 - 1747, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000042
Notes - about Aquatic Drama, extracts from various publications, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 6
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000043
Notes - random extracts from Mary Anderson's, A Few Memories, and Edward Coppings, Life of Carlo Goldoni, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000044
Notes - random notes on Betting, extract taken from Sidnell's (?), Emma Hamilton, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Written Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000045
Notes - Restoration Production Notes, extracts from Summers, Restoration Theatre and Colley Cibber, The Comical Lovers, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000046
Notes - extract from Queen Elizabeth's Maids of Honour, Violet A Wilson, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Written Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000047
Notes - about Macbeth, extract from the Daily Herald, 1920, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Written Document 1920 (?)


HF/M/000048
Notes - Boys in Women's Parts, extract from Downes, Roseius Anglicanus, and other publications (unnamed), notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Written Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000049
Notes - Apron Stage, extract from an unnamed publication about Garrick, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Written Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000050
Notes - Oh, Edgar, extract from The Memoirs of Mrs Sophie Baddeley, about her playing Cordelia in a production of King Lear, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000051
Notes - Hindu Drama, extract from an article by Herbert Farjeon in Theatreland, pp 1
Typed Document 04/12/1912


HF/M/000052
Notes - Lord Chancellor on Singing, extract from the Diary of George Frederick Cooke, 1807, about Madame Catalini and Madame Grassini, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000053
Notes - Malibran's Porter, extract from Bunn's Memoirs, about Milbran performing in The Siege of Richelle, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000054
Notes - Milward and his Voice, from Davies, Dramatic Miscellaneous, about Milward, unclassified notes by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000055
Notes - Mrs Siddons on a Sofa, extract from Cumberland in the periodical The Observer, about the actress Mrs Siddons, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000056
Notes - Nasal Expression, extract from A History of Theatrical Art by Karl Mantzius, about the actor Dugazon, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000057
Notes - Shakespeare Through and Through, extract from Mary Anderson's, A Few Memories, about her playing Rosalind in the Memorial Theatre, unclassified notes by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000058
Notes - Grace Darling and Real Water, extract from Yate's, His Recollections and Experiences, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000059
Notes - 1758, extract from Baker's, London Stage, about Harry Woodward, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse side is a letter to Bernard Miles from Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000060
Notes - 1755, extract from Baker's London Stage, about a piece called The Chinese Festival, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse side is a letter from a bank to Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000061
Notes - Horace Walpole's Mysterious Mother, extract from Coleridge (?), unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000062
Notes - extract from W. S. Gilbert in Fun, 1864, about Faust and Marguerite, unclassified notes by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000063
Notes - G.B.S. Apologises, extract from George Bernard Shaw in the Saturday Review, Feb 16th 1895, about a play at Opera Comique, unclassified notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000064
Notes - Reply to the Modest Woman, extract from The Morning Post and Daily Advertiser, Jan 21st 1775, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000065
Notes - Complaint of a Modest Woman, extract from The Morning Post and Daily Advertiser, Jan 18th 1775, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000066
Notes - letters of James Quin and John Rich, and Barries and William Archer, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000067/1
Notes - Personal Scraps - David Garrick extract from Fanny Burney's Diary, about Mrs Cholmondeley and David Garrick, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000067/2
Notes - Personal Scraps - Ibsen, extracts from Ibsen, by Edmund Gosse, various quotes, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000067/3
Notes - Personal Scraps - Mrs Siddons, extract from Mantzius, History of Theatrical Art, about her tragic solemnity, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000068
Notes - Prison - Without the Option, extract from Francis Gribble's, Romances of the French Theatre, about a prison for comedians, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000069
Notes - Quick Work - Goethe's Clavigo, extract from Mantzius, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000070/1
Notes - Actors - Aesopus, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about the Roman actors Aesopus and Roscius, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse side is a poem entitled Nude on the Dole, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
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HF/M/000070/2
Notes - Actors - Estcourt, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about the actor Estcourt, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000070/3
Notes - Actors - Roscius, extract from Smith's, Classical Dictionary, about the Roman actor Roscius, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000071/1
Notes - A Scene-Painter's Call, extract from Albert Douglass, Memories of Mummers, about the scene painter Richard Douglass, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000071/2
Notes - Curtain Calls - Enter Actor, extract from Edward Copping's, Life of Carlo Goldini, about the first performance of Bourru Bienfaisant, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000072
Notes - Keeping Fit - Garrick Stays Quiet, extract from Fitzgerald's, Life of David Garrick, about Garrick's behaviour before going on stage, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000073/1
Notes - Vanity - Garrick's Museum, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse side is a transcript of the song Just Plain Common or Garden Love by Lynton Hudson (?), pp 2
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HF/M/000073/2
Notes - John Philip Kemble - In Pizarro, extract from Crabb Robinson's Diary 1799, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse side is the poem Thank God I'm An Englishman and part of the script of Othello (?), pp 2
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HF/M/000074
Notes - Debuts - Yvette's First Song, 1889, the Casino in Lyons, extract from Yvette Guilbert, The Song of My Life, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000075
Notes - Doubling Parts - Fivesome in Hamlet, extract from Sir Squire Bancroft in The Bancrofts, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000076/1
Notes - Death on the Stage - list of people who have died whilst on stage, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000076/2
Notes - Death on the Stage - John Palmer's Death, extract from Dutton's, Hours with the Players, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000076/3
Notes - Death on the Stage - 1757, extract from Baker's, London Stage, about the death of Peg Woffington, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is a copy of a letter to Bernard Miles (Little Theatre) from Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000077
Notes - Classics Bad Starts - Carmen was Hissed, extract from Mary Anderson, A Few More Memories, about Bizet, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000078/1
Notes - Censorship - Ben Jonson's Way Out, extract from Ben Jonson's, Mermaid, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000078/2
Notes - Censorship - Colman's Way, extract from Baker's, London Stage, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000079
Notes - Celebrities in Front - Whistler at the Tragedy, extract from Whistler as I knew Him, by Mortimer Menpes, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000080
Notes - Emendations - Hurly-Burly-Isms, extracts from Fitzgerald's, The Garrick Club, about William Linley (brother of Mrs Sheridan), notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000081/1
Notes - Law - Bareface Only, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about masks in the theatre, notes by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000081/2
Notes - Law - The Right to Express Disapproval, extracts from Anthony Clyne's, 'The Right to Hiss, Drama', about Charles Macklin in 1773 and an incident at Bedford Music Hal in 1910, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000081/3
Notes - Law, copy of an Act passed by the Scottish Parliament in 1555, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000082
Notes - Expecting Actresses - Game to the Last, quote by Mr Siddons to David Garrick about Mrs Siddons having a baby, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on reverse side is part of a story script entitled Butterflies and Chinamen, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000083
Notes - Last Words, quotes of the last words of Marie Lloyd, Edmund Kean and Talms, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000084
Notes - Learning the Part - Fair Copies, extract by Mrs Arthur Kennard, about John Kemble and Hamlet, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000085/1
Notes - Loggerheads on the Stage - Bagging the Limelight, extract from Mary Anderson's, A Few Memories, about actors trying to take the limelight, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000085/2
Notes - Loggerheads on the Stage - Laura Keene v. Joseph Jefferson, extract from The Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000085/3
Notes - Loggerheads on the Stage - Macready v. Cleopatra, extract from Archer's William Charles Macready, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000085/4
Notes - Loggerheads on the Stage - Mrs Clive v. Woodward, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about The Double Dealer at Drury Lane, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000085/5
Notes - Loggerheads on the Stage - Mrs Rogers v. Wilks, extracts from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about them playing Jaffier and Belvidera, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000085/6
Notes - Loggerheads on the Stage - Vandenhoff v. Farren, extract from Cook's, Hours with the Players, about them playing Lovewell and Lord Ogleby at Covent Garden in 1840, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000086/1
Notes - Managers and Employees - A Caning Contract, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about William Pinkethman and Bill Wilkes, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000086/2
Notes - Managers and Employees - Colley Cibber is Fined, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is part of the poem/song Just Plain Common or Garden Love, pp 1
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HF/M/000086/3
Notes - Managers and Employees - Exclusive Parts, extract from Cook's, Hours with the Players, about Mr Bunn (Drury Lane) and William Farren, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000086/4
Notes - Managers and Employees - Bathing Belles in Real Life, extract from the Daily Herald, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), March 15th 1921, pp 1
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HF/M/000086/5
Notes - Managers and Employees - Fining the Actor, extract from Shakespeare's England, about Robert Dawes (actor) and Henslowe and Jacob Meade in 1614, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000086/6
Notes - Managers and Employees - Garrick and Smith, extract from the Daily Herald, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), April 3rd 1919, pp 1
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HF/M/000087/1
Notes - Mangling the Part - An Awkward Pause, extract from G H Lewe's, On Actors and the Art of Acting, about emphasis and pauses on stage, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000087/2
Notes - Mangling the Part - Colley takes Snuff, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about Colley acting as Sir Courtly Nice, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is a note to Miss Irene Prador, pp 1
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HF/M/000087/3
Notes - Mangling the Part - When in Difficulties, extract from Sir Squire Bancroft in The Bancrofts, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000087/4
Notes - Mangling the Part - Virginius by Nature, extract from Sir Squire Bancroft in The Bancrofts, about Phelps, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000088
Notes - Obiter Dicta, three pages of various quotes from people such as Goethe, Sir James Jeans, Munden, Edith Evans, Eleanora Duse, Garrick, Tommaso Salvini, Mrs Kendal, Mrs Siddons etc, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
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HF/M/000089/1
Notes - Old Age - two copies of The Abominable Trade, extract from Mlle Georges in her Memoirs, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
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HF/M/000089/10
Notes - Old Age - Try it again, Willie!, extract from The Glasgow Stage by G W Baynham, about the actor Willie Johnstone playing Iago in Othello, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/11
Notes - Old Age - Youth and Age, extract from Mantzius, A History of the Theatrical Art, about the French (?) actress Mlle Mars, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/2
Notes - Old Age - Enter 148, extract from Cook's, Hours with the Players, about the play The Legion of Honour and Farren playing Philippe Galliard, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/3
Notes - Old Age - Age and the Understudy, extract from Mrs Siddons, by Mrs A Kennard, about Mrs Siddons in older age, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/4
Notes - Old Age - For Services Rendered, extract from Gribble's, Romances of the French Theatre, about Mlle George, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/5
Notes - Old Age - Georges, Age 60, To Victor Hugo, quote from Choses Vues by Victor Hugo, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/6
Notes - Old Age - Georges at Sixty, extract from Gribble's, Romances of the French Theatre, about the actress Mlle. Georges, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/7
Notes - Old Age - Macklin's Century, extract from Dunlap's, Memoir of Cooke, about Maclin's play Man of the World when first performed in 1781, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/8
Notes - Old Age - Mrs Stirling Casts her Skin, extract from Lady Bancroft in The Bancrofts, about the actress Mrs Stirling, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000089/9
Notes - Old Age - Popularity, extract from Mantzius, History of Theatrical Art, about the actor Monvel, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000090
Notes - Notices in the Theatre - Warning to Mary, extract from Mary Anderson's, A Few More Memories, about the Coliseum theatre, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000091/1
Notes - Claques - The Chinese Way, extract from Doran's, Their Majesties Servants, about Chinese theatre customs, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000091/2
Notes - Claques - Founder of the Claque, extracts from Mantzius's, A History of Theatrical Art, about Voltaire, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000091/3
Notes - Claques - Hicks Calls for Hicks, extract from Criticus in The Era, Feb 20th 1918, about Seymour Hicks and his play Sporting Life, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000091/4
Notes - Claques - Nero makes Sure, extract from Anthony Clunes in 'The Right to Hiss in Drama', notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000091/5
Notes - Claques - Rehearsing Applause, extract from Anthony Clune's, 'The Right to Hiss, in Drama', about the Grand Opera in Paris, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000092/1
Notes - Gags - two copies of Boat Race in Ruritania, extract from Stanley Jones', The Actor and his Art, about The Prisoner of Zenda at St James Theatre, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
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HF/M/000092/2
Notes - Gags - Pinkey and the Gods, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about William Pinkethman and Wilks (?), notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000093/1
Notes - Fire! - Adjournment Opposed, extract from Mantzius, A History of Theatrical Art, about the fire at Drury Lane when Richard Sheridan was manager in 1809, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000093/2
Notes - Fire! - Covent Garden 1806, transcript of a letter from Mrs Siddons to James Ballantyne after the burning of Covent Garden, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000093/3
Notes - Fire! - Fire-Proof, extracts from Mantzius, History of Theatrical Art, about Miss Farren's prologue at the opening of Drury Lane theatre in 1794, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000093/4
Notes - Fire! - Part of the Play, extract from A.E.W. Mason's, 'Sir George Alexander', about Irving acting in Hamlet in America, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/1
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Betterton as Hamlet, extract from Leigh Hunt's London, about (Thomas) Betterton's portrayal of Hamlet, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000094/10
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Mr Young Forgets Himself, extract from Mrs Siddon's by Mrs Arthur Kennard, about Mr Young acting with Mrs Siddons in Edinburgh, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/2
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Croizette Turns Pale, extract from Yvette Guilbert's, The Song of My Life, about the actress Croizetter in Le Sphinx, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/3
Notes - Electrifying Acting - A Dean's Bouquet, extracts from Dr Arne by Hebrt Langley and Davie's, David Garrick, about the singing of Susannah Cibber (the sister of Thomas Arne), notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/4
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Fainting as Sarah, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about the actress Sarah Siddons, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/5
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Garrick as Lear, extract from Hazlitt's View of the English Stage, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/6
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Mlle Dumesnil as Cleopatra, extract from Mantzius', History of Theatrical Art, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/7
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Mrs Bracegirdle in Justice Busy, extract from John Downes, Roscius Anglicanus, about Mrs Bracegirdle acting in the play Justice Busy, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/8
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Mrs Siddons as Lady Macbeth, about Mrs Siddons in the sleep-walking scene in Macbeth, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000094/9
Notes - Electrifying Acting - Mrs Siddons in Edinburgh, extract from Robb Lawson's, The Story of the Scots Stage, about Mrs Siddon's earnings for her stage performances, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000095/1
Notes - Encores - Bouquets Can't Wait, extract from a correspondent in The Century, May 1889, about the applause in theatres showing Italian operas, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000095/2
Notes - Encores - Encoring an Opera, extract from Doran, about Cicero and his friend Aesopus, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is a page of the play The Turkish Corner, written by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 1
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HF/M/000095/3
Notes - Encores - Fifteen Minutes, extracts from Idols of the French Stage, about applause for the actress Madame de Saint-Huberty as Dido in Piccinni's opera, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse page are extracts from The Three Vices (?), pp 1
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HF/M/000095/4
Notes - Encores - Political Fervour, essay written by Herbert Farjeon (?), about plays in Dublin in 1750s (?), pp 5
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HF/M/000095/5
Notes - Encores - Quin's Soliloquy, quote from Molloy's, Life of Peg Woffington, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on reverse in a poem entitled, 'Not A Dull Place', pp 1
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HF/M/000095/6
Notes - Encores - Re-Reading a Letter, extract from Criticisms of Lewes, about the actress Mrs Keeley in Prisoners of War, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse side are extracts from a play, pp 1
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HF/M/000096/1
Notes - Automatic Acting - Attention Fails, extracts from William Archer's, Masks or Faces?, about the actor Mr Dion Boucicault, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000096/2
Notes - Automatic Acting - The Long-Run System, extracts from Louis Calvert's, Problems of the Actor, about the actor Forbes-Robertson, pp 1
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HF/M/000096/3
Notes - Automatic Acting - Macready goes Stale, extracts of a conversation between Mr Macready and Mrs Warner, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000096/4
Notes - Automatic Acting - Secret Rehearsing, extract from William Archer's, Masks or Faces?, quote from Miss Isabel Bateman, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000096/5
Notes - Automatic Acting - The Tired Actor, extracts from The Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000096/6
Notes - Automatic Acting - The Wandering Mind, extract from the Memoirs of Mlle George, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000096/7
Notes - Automatic Acting - 'What Do I Say Next?', extract from Mary Anderson's, A Few More Memories, about remembering lines during a long run, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000097/1
Notes - Drunk - Acting the Drunkard, extract from Henry Siddons, Rhetorical Gestures and Actions, about Garrick talking to another actor, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000097/2
Notes - Drunks - Cooke Makes Faces, extract from Henry Barton Baker's, Our Old Actors, about a conversation between George Frederick Cooke and a younger actor, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is an extract for a letter to Laurier Lister,pp 2
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HF/M/000097/3
Notes - Drunk - Garrick in Liquor, extract from Percy Fitzgerald's, Life of Garrick, about his role as Lord Chalkstone, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000097/4
Notes - Drunk - Too Much Punch, extract from Genest, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000097/5
Notes - Drunk - Blame the Audiences, extract from Davies, Dramatis Miscellanies, about Mahomet in Dublin, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is a poem entitled La Loge - After the picture by Renoir, pp 1
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HF/M/000098/1
Notes - The Gods - Addressing the Audience, extracts from Hawkin's, Life of Edmund Kean, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
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HF/M/000098/10
Notes - The Gods - Mrs Holden in a Hurry, extract from John Downes, Roscius Anglicanus, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000098/11
Notes - The Gods - Oil on Troubled Waters, extract from unnamed publication, about the Chinese Festival at the Drury Lane Theatre and David Garrick, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000098/12
Notes - The Gods - two copies of 'Quelle Heure Est-Il?', extract from Mantzius, History of Theatrical Art, about a performance of Hugo Hernani, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000098/13
Notes - The Gods - Poor Creature!, extract from Davies, Dramatic Miscellanies, about a performance of Provoked Husband and the actress Mrs Oldfield, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
on the reverse is a copy of a letter to Olivier (possibly Laurence Olivier?) about a Shakespeare book
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HF/M/000098/14
Notes - The Gods - 'Speak Louder!', extract from Gribble's, Romances of the French Theatre, about the actor Quinault-Dufresne, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000098/15
Notes - The Gods - Three Times for Luck, extract from Memoirs of Mlle George, about Mlle George's debut in Paris as Clytemnestra in Racine's Iphigenie, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000098/2
Notes - The Gods - two copies of Advice to the Pit, extract from Davies, Life of Garrick, about the French actor Dufresne, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000098/3
Notes - The Gods - two copies of Alexander the Little, extract from Kean by Giles Playfair, about the actor Edmund Kean in his role as Alexander the Great, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000098/4
Notes - The Gods - two copies of An Apple for Sarah, extract from Mantzius, A History of Theatrical Art, about Mrs Siddon and John Kemble performing in Coriolanus 1806, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
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HF/M/000098/5
Notes - The Gods - two copies of Booing a Co-Respondent, extract from Mantzius, A History of Theatrical Art, about the actor Edmund Kean in a Shakespeare play, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
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HF/M/000098/6
Notes - The Gods - Bouquets by Tightrope, extracts from Mary Anderson's, A Few Memories, about the Dublin theatre, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000098/7
Notes - The Gods - 'Die Again, Romeo!', extract from Clare Jerrold's, The Beauz and the Dandies, about 'Diamond' Coates as Romeo in the Bath theatre 1810, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000098/8
Notes - The Gods - Edmund Kean Answers Back, extract from Hawkin's Life of Edmund Kean, about Kean in Richard III, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000098/9
Notes - The Gods - Kemble in Liverpool, extract from a letter from John Kemble to a friend, quoted in 'The Old Vic' by Lillian Bayliss and Cicely Hamilton, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/1
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - A Bad Benvolio, extract from The Dramatic Censor, about the actor Mr Davis, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/10
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - The Playboy of the Western World, extract from Freeman's Journal 1907, about Mr J M Synge's play, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/11
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Old Clown Custom, extract from Random Reminiscences by Charles Brookfield, about clowns, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/12
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Miss Bateman's Bianca, extract from W S Gilbert on Fazio at the Adelphi in Fun May 1865, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/13
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Mlle Sainval the Younger in Tancrede, extract from Jens Baggesen in The Labyrinth 1830, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/14
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Mr Conway as Romeo, extract from William Hazlitt on Romeo and Juliet at Covent Garden on The Champion Oct 1814, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/15
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Mr Love as Friar Laurence, extract from The Dramatic Censor, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/16
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Mr Siddons, quote from Roger Kemble to Mrs Siddons on hearing of her marriage, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/17
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Mrs Phillippina Burton!, extract from The Dramatic Censor, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
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HF/M/000099/18
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - two copies of Panegyric on Mrs Siddons, extract from an Irish paper May 1784, on Mrs Siddon's first performance in Dublin, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/19
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - The Rivals, extract from an unnamed publication, review of the first night of The Rivals, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/2
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - A Contemptible Shylock, extract from The Dramatic Censor, about the actor Mr Yates performance as Shylock, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/20
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Voltaire on Hamlet, quote from Adolphus's Memoirs of John Bannister, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/21
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Shakespeare, quotes from various people about Shakespeare plays: Robert Greene, Thomas Rymer, Byron, Hume, Sardou, Samuel Rogers, John Dennis, Ben Jonson, Shaftesbury, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/22
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Two-Edged, quote from Hazlitt in the London Magazine, about the actor Mr Knight playing Leporello, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/23
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Why Should He Sigh?, quote from Hazitt in The Examiner April 1815, about the actor Mr Phillips, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/24
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Ghosts, extract from The Observer, March 1891, review of Henrik Ibsen play at the Independent Theatre, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/25
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - An Appeal to Pity, extract from the Dramatic Censor, about the actor Mr Cautherly, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/26
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Arms and the Man, extract from Daily News, April 1894, about a play located in Bulgaria written by Mr Shaw, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/3
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Edmund Kean as Romeo, extract from The Sun, Jan 1815, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/4
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Elevation by Charles Kean, quote by Douglas Jerrold, about Charles Kean in A Midsummer's Night Dream, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/5
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - 'A Good Harlequin', extract from the Staffordshire Advertiser 1809, about the actor Mr Kean, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/6
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Kemble in the Iron Chest, extract from Memoirs of Bannister, about the actor Mr Kemble (?), notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/7
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Lady Windermere's Fan, extracts from Daily Telegraph, Daily News and Morning Post 1892, about a production of the play, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/8
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Nasal Expression, extract from Mantzius, A History of Theatrical Art, about the actor Dugazon, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000099/9
Notes - Unkind Criticisms - Leigh Hunt on Mr Pope, Leigh Hunt quoted by James Agate in the Sunday Times 1941, about the actor Mr Pope, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000100/1
Notes - On Tour - All Aboard for Chioggia!, extract from Goldini's Memoirs, about actors, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000100/2
Notes - On Tour - Scene Hoisting, extract from the Autobiography of James Jefferson, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000101/1
Notes - Performing Animals - Bank's Horse, extract from Henderson's, History of Scotland, about a horse doing tricks, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000101/2
Notes - Performing Animals - Carlo in Caravan, extract from Mantzius, A History of Theatrical Art, about Sheridan's production of Reynolds Caravan in 1803, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000101/3
Notes - Performing Animals - Dog-Star, extract from Gilliland's, Dramatic Mirror, about Frederick Reynolds, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000101/4
Notes - Performing Animals - Hamlet's Dog, extract from Joseph Harker's, Studio and Stage, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000102
Notes - Puritans - Robin Hood Banned, extract from Lawson's, The Story of the Scots Stage, about banning Robin Hood plays in Scotland in 1555, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000103/1
Notes - Actors on Each Other - Quin on Garrick's Othello, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000103/2
Notes - Actors on Each Other - Salvini on Irving, extract from Mary Anderson's, 'A Few Memories', notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000103/3
Notes - Actors on Each Other - Yvette Guilbert on Sarah Bernhardt, extract from Yvette Guilbert's, 'The Song of My Life', notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000104
Notes - Advertisements - Dead Hearts and Hansom Cabs, extract from William S Walsh, Handy-Book of Literary Curiosities 1892, about advertising plays, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000105
Notes - Advice to Critics - William Archer, quote from William Archer in the Pall Mall Gazette, Feb 1894, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000106/1
Notes - Audience v. Box Office - two copies of The O.P. Riots, extract from Mantzius, A History of Theatrical Art, about the opening of the theatre in Drury Lane by John Kemble, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 6
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000106/2
Notes - Audience v. Box Office - The Fitzpatrick Riots, extract from Davies, Life of Garrick, about a protest of theatre ticket prices in 1763, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000106/3
Notes - Audience v. Box Office - 'Where's the Pit?', extract from The Playboy in the Era 1912, about the actor Wilson Barrett, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/1
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Further References, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is a quote from Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay 1589, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/10
Notes - The O.P.Riots - Items - extract from the Monthly Mirror, August 1812, about the re-opening of the New Covent Theatre, September 1812, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/11
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Mr Kemble's Occasional Address on the Re-Opening of Covent Garden, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/12
Notes - The O.P. Riots - September 20th 1809 (?), about G F Cooke attempting Richard, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/13
Notes - The O.P. Riots - William Cobbett's View, about the different prices at the Covent Garden theatre 1809, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/2
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Catalini, extract from G F Cooke's Diary, about Madame Catalini, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is part of a playscript, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/3
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Mrs Siddons to Lady Harcourt, extract from Fitzgerald's, Lives of the Kembles, a letter about the fire, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/4
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Rowland Hill in his Pulpit, extract from Our Old Actors, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/5
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Covent Garden - Building of the New Theatre, extract from The Monthly Mirror, February 1809, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/6
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Last Night at the Haymarket - extract of Mr Young's Speech on May 31st 1809, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/7
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Anti-Catalini, extract from the Monthly Mirror, June 1809, about Catalini and Mr Harris, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/8
Notes - The O.P. Riots - New Prices, extract from the Monthly Mirror, June 1809, about prices for when the Covent Garden re-opened, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000107/9
Notes - The O.P. Riots - Catalini Again, extract from the Monthly Mirror, June 1809, about Catalini and Mr Harris, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000108/1
Notes - History of Theatres 1708 - 1709 and 1729 - 1730, one line reference to salaries, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, on the reverse is a draft letter to Miles Malleson about The Country Wife, listing actors to play the roles 03/1940, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000108/2
Notes - History of the Theatre 1742 - 1744 various notes about what happened in the theatre during the seasons, includes references to books, notes about Garrick, list of prices and salaries for actors and management, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 5
on the reverse side of the paper are drafts of letters to Miles Malleson about their production of The Country Wife, 03/1940, listing actors to suit the roles, also a letter to Laurier Lister
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000108/3
Notes - History of the Theatre - 1892 - The Master Builder, various quotes about the play being performed, includes extract from an article about The Master Builder, by Herbert Farjeon, in The World, April 1911, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000109
Notes - list of plays and farces performed at Drury Lane and Covent Garden theatres, between 1807 - 1810, on the reverse of the lists are draft letters from Herbert Farjeon to various cast members of his production of The Country Wife, 1940, pp 31
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000110
Notes - alphabetical list of actors and play names with dates next to them, possibly relating to articles by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 20
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000111
Notes - Elizabethan notes - extracts mainly from Aitkin's, Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, general notes concerning Elizabeth I, including mentions of Mary Queen of Scots, and Sir Andrew Melvil, notes for radio (?) made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 11
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000112
Notes - Elizabethan notes - extracts from Chambers, The Court and Hallam's, Constitutional History of England, about Queen Elizabeth I and Elevetham, marriage and Roman Catholic's, notes for radio broadcast (?) made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000113
Notes - Elizabethan Ladies in Waiting - a series of notes about Queen Elizabeth I's maids in waiting, featuring various specific ladies, notes for radio broadcast (?) made by Herbert Farjeon, pp
on the reverse side of one sheet is details of the costume changes for Betty Ann, during an unnamed performance
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000114
Notes - Elizabethan Theatres, extracts from The Life and Times of James Catnach, various quotes about Marlowe, Cries of London, notes for radio broadcast (?) made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000115
Notes - Elizabethan Broadcast - Hints on the Plague, extracts from Harrison's, An Elizabethan Journal, notes for radio broadcast (?) made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000116
Notes - Elizabethan food costs, extract from Lee's, Shakespeare, lists food and their costs, notes for radio broadcast (?) made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000117
Notes - Elizabethan - Public Hanging, extracts from Harrison's, An Elizabethan Journal, notes for radio broadcast (?) made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000118
Notes - Elizabethan - Unemployed, extracts from Harrison's, An Elizabethan Journal, notes for radio broadcast (?) made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000119
Notes - Elizabethan - Punishments, extracts from Harrison's, An Elizabethan Journal, notes made for radio broadcast (?) by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000120
Notes - Elizabethan Broadcast notes - Bear Baiting, extracts from England as seen by Foreigners and Chamber's, Elizabethan Stage, notes made for radio broadcast (?) by Herbert Farjeon, pp 16
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000121
Notes - Elizabethan Broadcast - Tobacco Debate, various references made for a radio broadcast by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000122
Notes - List of Newspapers/Magazines - extract from Jackson's History of the Scotland Stage, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
on the inside is a Chinese Song called Spring
Written Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000123
Notes - Edward Alleyn - extracts from various publications, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Written Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000124
Notes - License the Mediums - extract from the Daily Courier, 1935, about the spiritualistic world, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 01/03/1935


HF/M/000125
Notes - Index to Davies, Life of Garrick, a-z index, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 21
Written Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000126
Notes - Actors at Drury Lane, list of actors who performed at Drury Lane in the years 1767-8, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000127
Notes - Obiter Dicta - various notes about Garrick, Goldoni, Mrs Siddons, etc, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 3
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000128
Notes - parts of notes that have been made, Isabella's Virtue, Cue from a Quarto, Granville Barker's Forum, The Court of Cynthia, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 6
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000129
Notes - The Birth of the Playboy - written by Herbert Farjeon, four different sections of notes/articles about the production of The Playboy of the Western World, at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 1907, and the reaction to it, pp 26
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000130
Notes - Harry Tate - notes made by Herbert Farjeon, about Tate's, Box o' Tricks, De Courville Revue, at the Hippodrome, London (?), 1918, pp 1
Typed Document 1910s (?)


HF/M/000131
Catalogue - Theatre - being a Collection of Plays, Playbills, Prints, Portraits and Book on Marionettes, Dancing, Conjuring, The Circus Players, The Opera, etc, published by J Kyrle Fletcher Ltd, hand written note on the front from 'B', possibly Farjeon,
Printed Material 1910s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000132
Booklet - William Poel's 80th Birthday - 3 page booklet, about William Poel, asking for subscriptions to the William Poel Portrait Fund,
Printed Material 1910s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000133
Notes - series of notelets inserted in the articles from The Passing Show, showing where articles have been borrowed by someone, pp 15
Written Document 1930s (?)


HF/M/000134
Notes - Herbert Farjeon's Unfinished Work - notes about the contents of the Herbert Farjeon archive and what it consists of, pp 1
Typed Document 1900s


HF/M/000135
Notes - Missing Bystanders - list of articles that are missing from Herbert Farjeon's pieces in The Bystander, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000136
Notes - handwritten list of newspapers, and their editors/dramatic critics (?), notes made by Herbert Farjeon (?), pp 4
Written Document 1910s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000137
Notes - hand written index 'A' of actors, plays, etc. mentione din articles by Herbert Farjeon in the Westminster Gazette, pp 1
HF/DC/000051
Written Document 1920s (?)


HF/M/000138
Notes - hand written list of plays mentioned/reviewed by Herbert Farjeon in The Tatler Magazine, pp 1
Written Document 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000139/1
Notes - taken from The Daily News, 1862, about the story of Dante Gabriel Rosetti, made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
see correspondence HF/C/000009, article HF/PS/000050
Written Document 1930s (?)


HF/M/000139/2
Press cutting - Books For You - Rossetti was a cad - but not a howling one - written by James Agate, book review for Tiral by Virgin's, about Dante Gabriel Rossetti, pp 1
see HF/C/000009, article HF/PS/000050
Printed Material 20/04/1933


HF/M/000139/3
Press cuttings - D G Rossetti: Poet and Brute - published in The Evening Standard, 1932, written by Howard Spring, collected by Herbert Farjeon, about Dante Gabirel Rossetti, pp 1
see correspondence HF/C/000009, article HF/PS/000050
Printed Material 23/09/1932


HF/M/000140
Press cutting - Actors' Sunday - published in the Daily Telegraph (?), series of letters about the prospect of theatres opening on Sundays, includes one by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 03/1943


HF/M/000141
Press cutting - West Press Accused - published in an unknown newspaper, written by Ralph Parker, about Russia and US atomic weapons, pp 1
Printed Material 1900s


HF/M/000142
Envelope - addressed to Mrs Joan Farjeon, 1947,
Written Document 1947 (?)


HF/M/000143
Envelope - addressed to Harry Farjeon, 1941
Written Document 1941


HF/M/000144
Notes - handwritten names of some of Herbert Farjeon's revues, written by Herbert Farjeon, pp 8
Written Document 1900s


HF/M/000145
Index - a-z index for a series of articles published in The Weekly Westminster, 1923-1925, written by Herbert Farjeon, mainly reviews of plays on in London, some other topics covered, photocopy from original book HF/DC/000058
Printed Material 1900s (?)


HF/M/000146
Family Tree - a photocopy of the Jefferson Family Tree, including the family of Herbert Farjeon, taken from the Who's Who in the Theatre, two copies, pp 2
Printed Material 1900s (?)


HF/M/000147
Photograph - photocopy of a photograph of Maria Brassey, Stephen Potter, Reggie Grenfell, Mary Potter, Herbert and Joan Farjeon, at Parr's Cottage, photo taken by Joyce Grenfell, pp 1
Printed Material 1900s (?)


HF/M/000148
Article - 'Friends' - Joyce Grenfell, written by Herbert Farjeon, typed by Gervase Farjeon (?), about how Herbert Farjeon knew Joyce Grenfell and their friendship, pp 2
Printed Material 1900s (?)


HF/M/000149
Transcripts - two extracts from Mary Potter - A Life of Painting, and a manuscript by Stephen Potter, both mention Herbert Farjeon, transcripts made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Printed Material 1900s (?)


HF/M/000150/1
Press cutting - a caricature of two cows with the caption 'I danced with a bull who danced with a cow who was eaten by the Prince of Wales', from an unnamed publication, two copies, one photocopy, pp 2
Printed Material 03/1999


HF/M/000150/2
Correspondence - photocopy of a letter from Gervase Farjeon, to the editor of an unnamed newspaper, referencing that Herbert Farjeon wrote the lyrics to the song I've Danced With A Man, pp 1
Printed Material 20/05/1986


HF/M/000151
Notes - two notelets inserted in the articles from Our Broadsheet, showing where articles have been borrowed by someone, pp 2
Written Document 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/M/000152
Envelope - with a note to Eleanor Farjeon from Willy Hale (?), about sending her photographs of the New York production of The Two Bouquets
Written Document 1930s - 1960s (?)


HF/MS/000001
Notes - Shakespeare's Gallery, various references to pictures associated with Shakespeare's plays, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, annotated, pp 7
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000002
Notes - Prolific Playwrights, extracts from speeches/writings of Thomas Heywood, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000003
Notes - Elizabethan Punctuation, quote from Ben Jonson's, Mermaid, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000004
Notes - The War of the Theatres, extract from Companion to the Playhouse, about Marston and Jonson, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000005
Notes - extracts from Every Man in his Humour by Ben Jonson, and quotes from various Shakespeare plays comparing (?) them to Every Man in his Humour, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 15
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000006
Notes - various notes on the playwright Thomas Heywood, extracts from books by E K Chambers, and John Pearson, also a list of Thomas Heywood's plays and books about him, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 40
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000007
Notes - from King Edward IV part II by Thomas Heywood, comparing it to some of Shakespeare's plays, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 5
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000008
Notes - list of plays published between the years 1565 - 1616, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 49
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000009
Notes - list of various events that took place between the years 1564 - 1590, some specifically relating to Shakespeare, headings include: historical events, books published, court life, family life, literary life, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 66
Written Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000010
Notes - list of events to do with Shakespeare's family, his work, events during his lifetime, from 1248 - 1911, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 116
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000011
Notes - Shakespearean parallels in other Elizabethan Dramatists, extract from Marlowe's Tambulaine the Great, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000012
Notes - various notes on Shakespeare, giving information about the name, The Shakespeare Club and Shakespeare's contemporary play-wrights, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000013
Notes - Original settings of songs in Elizabethan Plays, about Marlowe's Come Live with Me, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000014
Notes - Circulation of Elizabethan Manuscripts before Publication, extract from Dyce's, Account of Marlowe and his Writings, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000015
Notes - Richard III, extract from Crabbe Robinson's Diary about the actor Mr Cooke as Richard III, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000016/1
Notes - Much Ado About Nothing - Adverse Criticisms, extracts from Thomas Campbell, Roderich Benedix, Die Shakespearomanic, G B Shaw, Dramatic Opinions, about the play, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000016/2
Notes - Much Ado About Nothing - Characters, list of references to Hero and Leonato in Much Ado, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000016/3
Notes - Much Ado About Nothing - Pictures, various references to pictures/woodcuts of characters and scenes from Much Ado, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000016/4
Notes - Much Ado About Nothing - Pronunciation, various references to different opinions of saying names in Much Ado, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 1
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000016/5
Notes - Much Ado About Nothing - Odd Notes, various notes with observations of the play, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000016/6
Notes - Much Ado About Nothing - Parallels, extracts from various plays by Thomas Heywood, Henry Irving and Henry Glapthornes drawing on parallels with them and Much Ado, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 7
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)


HF/MS/000016/7
Notes - Much Ado About Nothing - Stage Performances, various references to the play being performed, covering the years 1574 - 1721, notes made by Herbert Farjeon, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s - 1940s (?)