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This is a list of plays that our records show Ralph RICHARDSON has acted in. Restart your search.

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Midsummer Night's Dream, A Theatre Royal, Bath 1921-1922
Antony and Cleopatra Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Henry IV, Part I Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Much Ado About Nothing Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Twelfth Night Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Tempest, The Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Malvern Festival Malvern Theatre, Worcestershire 1930-1931 Plays produced: Hick Scorner by unknown author; Ralph Roister Doister by Nicholas Udall, A Woman Killed With Kindness by Thomas Heywood, She Would If She Could by George Etherege, A Trip To Scarborough by Sheridan, Money by Bulwer Lytton, The Switchback by James Bridie
King Lear Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Arms and the Man Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Richard II Old Vic, London 1930-1931
Midsummer Night's Dream, A Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Twelfth Night Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Taming of the Shrew, The Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Othello Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Malvern Festival Malvern Theatre, Worcestershire 1931-1932 Plays produced at Festival: The Play Of The Wether by John Heywood, Ralph Roister Doister by Nicholas Udall, The Alchemist by Ben Jonson, Oroonoko by Thomas Southerne, Tom Thumb The Great by Henry Fielding, London Assurance by Dion Boucicault, Too True To Be Good by Bernard Shaw
Hamlet Old Vic, London 1931-1932 Part of Gertrude performed by Ethel Glendinning on first night rather than Martita Hunt
Julius Caesar Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Henry V Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Knight of the Burning Pestle Old Vic, London 1931-1932
King John Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Abraham Lincoln Old Vic, London 1931-1932
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Cornelius Theatre Royal, Birmingham 1934-1935
Silent Knight, The St James Theatre, London 1937-1938
Midsummer Night's Dream, A Old Vic, London 1937-1938
Othello Old Vic, London 1937-1938
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1939-1940
Arms and the Man New Theatre, London 1944-1945 Old Vic Company
Uncle Vanya New Theatre, London 1944-1945 Old Vic Company
Peer Gynt New Theatre, London 1944-1945 Old Vic Company
Richard III New Theatre, London 1944-1945 Old Vic Company
Critic, The New Theatre, London 1945-1946 Old Vic Company
Uncle Vanya New Theatre, London 1945-1946 Old Vic Company
Arms and the Man New Theatre, London 1945-1946
Oedipus Rex New Theatre, London 1945-1946 Translated by William Butler Yeats
Henry IV, Part II New Theatre, London 1945-1946 Costumes by Roger Furse
Henry IV, Part I New Theatre, London 1945-1946 Costume design by Roger Furse. Old Vic Company
Cyrano de Bergerac New Theatre, London 1946-1947 Old Vic Company
Alchemist, The New Theatre, London 1946-1947
Richard II New Theatre, London 1946-1947
Richard II New Theatre, London 1947-1948
White Carnation, The Hippodrome, Bristol 1952-1953
Macbeth Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon 1952-1953 Scenery by John Gielgud and Michael Northen
Day by the Sea, A Haymarket, London 1953-1954
Richard III Film Version 1955-1956
Richard III Film Version 1955-1956 London Films in association with Laurence Olivier
Timon of Athens Old Vic, London 1956-1957
Flowering Cherry Hippodrome, Bristol 1958-1959
Last Joke, The Phoenix, London 1960-1961
Home Royal Court, London 1970-1971
John Gabriel Borkman Old Vic, London 1974-1975 National Theatre. Co-designed with Tazeena Firth. English version by Inga-Stina Ewbank.
No Man's Land Old Vic, London 1974-1975 National Theatre.
Tribute to The Lady Old Vic, London 1975-1976 National Theatre production
Alice's Boys Oxford Playhouse, Oxford 1977-1978
Alice's Boys Savoy Theatre, London 1977-1978 Written by Felicity Browne and Jonathan Hales
Kingfisher, The Lyric Theatre, London 1977-1978 Also toured Leeds and Brighton
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