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  • Little Revue, The
  • Little Theatre, London
  • 1939-1940 season.
JG/PS/000141
Monologue - Head Girl, written by Joyce Grenfell, firstly performed in Herbert Farjeon's The Little Revue, Little Theatre, London, pp 2
Typed Document 1939


JG/PS/000139
Monologue - Useful and Acceptable Gifts, written by Joyce Grenfell, firstly performed in Herbert Farjeon's The Little Revue, Little Theatre, London, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1939


JG/PS/000140
Monologue - Different Kinds of Mother's, written by Joyce Grenfell, firstly performed in Herbert Farjeon's The Little Revue, Little Theatre, London, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1939


HF/PS/000167/32
Sketch - Summer Sketches 2 - written by Herbert Farjeon (?), performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/3
Song lyrics - Bays and Capes - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed, to music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Betty Ann Davies and Vida Hope, annotated, two copies
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/30
Song lyrics - Hullo, How Are You? - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/31
Song lyrics - Song by Michael Anthony, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/33
Song - Cuckoo - words by V C Clinton-Baddeley, performed in Herbert Farjeon's Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/34
Sketch - Some Useful and Acceptable Gifts - written and performed by Joyce Grenfell, performed in Herbert Farjeon's Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/35
Song lyrics - The Duet - written by Ella Wheeler Willcox, performed in Herbert Farjeon's Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/4
Song lyrics - Cricket Vignettes (The Less Sporting Spirit) - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, Little Theatre, London, 1939, one copy is the Compere piece, annotated, pp 11
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/5
Song lyrics - Daisy Goes Out With Bert - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed, to music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Betty Ann Davies, Gordon Little, Bernard Miles, three copies,
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/6
Sketch - Gala Dance Matinee - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, three slightly different copies, one annotated
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/7
Song lyrics - Glyndebourne, Glorious Glyndebourne - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed, to music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Hermione Baddeley, Charlotte Leigh, Cyril Ritchard, Eric Anderson,
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/8
Song lyrics - How To Get There - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Hermione Baddeley, Cyril Ritchard, George Benson, Vida Hope, Michael Anthony, two copies, pp 10
one copy has the signature of Eric Anderson on the front, see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/9
Song lyrics - Irish Lake Song - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed, to music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Eric Anderson, Michael Anthony, Charlotte Leigh, Laura Gorton, Gordon Little, two copies
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/22
Sketch - Father and Son - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, also in Diversion, 1940, four copies, one copy is from a book,
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/PS/000167/23
Song lyrics - Never Mind, Dear, He's A Prince - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, two copies
Typed Document 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/PS/000167/24
Sketch - Only Journalism - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, two copies
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/PS/000167/25
Script - Family Racket (includes the Compere) - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/PS/000167/26
Script - Prussic Classics (includes the Compere) - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/PS/000167/27
Sketch - The Three Blisters (includes the Compere) - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, two copies
Typed Document 1920s - 1940s (?)


HF/PS/000167/28
Sketch - Bethnal Wood To Battersbridge - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/29
Song lyrics - Lonely Little Lotus - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/12
Song lyrics - Magyar Malady - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed, to music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Hermione Baddeley, Cyril Ritchard, Eric Anderson, Gordon, Little, two copies
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/1
Song lyrics - A Very Nice Paper - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the revue Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, photocopy, pp 5
Printed Material 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/10
Song lyrics - Looking at the Lightning - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed, to music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Laura Gorton, Dilys Rees, Irene Eisinger, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/11
Song lyrics - The Merry Widow - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, two copies
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/13
Song lyrics - 1912 Song - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, annotated, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/14
Song lyrics - Poor Little Cabaret Star - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed, to music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Hermione Baddeley, pp 2
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/15
Song lyrics - The Three Vics - written by Herbert Farjeon, written for the Little Revue at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, but banned by the Censor, so the words of the lyrics were hung in the theatre foyer on the first night - this was also banned, p 2
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/16
Song lyrics - Umbrella Festival - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/17
Sketch - Winter in Torquay - written by Herbert Farjeon, first performed, with music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, by Hermione Baddeley, Michael Anthony, Betty Ann Davies, annotated, two copies
there is a discourse about this song and trouble with the Lord Chamberlain's office, see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/18
Song lyrics - Englishmen Never Make Love By Day - written by Herbert Farjeon, written for Irene Prador and first performed by her, to music by Walter Leigh, in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, pp 2
see HF/B/000001 for more information about this piece
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/19/1
Song lyrics - Even Hitler Had A Mother - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, pp 2
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/19/2
Music score - Even Hitler Had A Mother! - written by Herbert Farjeon, music by John Prithcett, from the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, published by Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew Ltd, London,
Printed Material 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/2
Song lyrics - The Answer's A Lehmann - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the revue Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, two copies
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/20
Song lyrics - Fish Duet - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, at the Little Theatre, London, 1939, two copies, pp 4
Typed Document 1930s (?)


HF/PS/000167/21
Song lyrics - Finale - written by Herbert Farjeon, performed in the Little Revue, Little Theatre, London, 1939, three copies, annotated, pp 3
Typed Document 1939 (?)


HF/P/000004/19/5
Photograph - backstage in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, three actresses from the show walking down the stairs
Photograph 1939


HF/PG/000011/4
Programme - Herbert Farjeon's Little Non-Stop - books and lyrics by Herbert Farjeon, music by Walter Leigh, performed at the Little Theatre, London, produced and designed by Hedley Briggs (same cast and programme as Little Revue)
Printed Material 1939


HF/PG/000011/1
Programme - Herbert Farjeon's Little Revue (second edition) - books and lyrics by Herbert Farjeon, music by Walter Leigh, performed at the Little Theatre, London, two copies
Printed Material 1939


HF/PG/000011/2
Programme - Herbert Farjeon's Little Revue (third edition) - books and lyrics by Herbert Farjeon, music by Walter Leigh, performed in the Little Theatre, London, also cover of the Little Revue (first edition?),
Printed Material 1939


HF/PG/000011/3
Programme - Gala Preview of Herbert Farjeon's Little Revue - book and lyrics by Herbert Farjeon, music by Walter Leigh, performed at the Little Theatre, London,
Printed Material 19/04/1939


HF/PC/000010/1
Press cuttings - mainly reviews for the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, written by Herbert Farjeon, also reviews for a British tour of the revue and a tour of Nine Sharp, scrap book full of extracts from various publications,
includes production pictures of Hermione Baddeley, Cyril Ritchard, Betty Bevan, Betty Ann Davies, Joyce Grenfell, Vida Hope, Gordon Little, Irene Eisinger, Sheila Douglas-Pennant, Peggy Willoughby
Printed Material 03/1939 - 08/1940


HF/PC/000010/2
Press cuttings - mainly reviews for the Little Revue, written by Herbert Farjeon, performed at the Little Theatre, includes production pictures, extracts from various publications,
Printed Material 1939


HF/P/000004/9
Photographs - Eric Anderson, Laura Gorton, Charlotte Leigh and Gordon Little in the sketch Irish Lake Song, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co.
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/19/1
Photograph - backstage in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, an actress from the show doing her ironing, possibly Betty Ann Davis/Hermoine Baddeley
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/19/2
Photograph - backstage in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, three unnamed actresses from the show looking at a crossword,
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/19/3
Photograph - backstage in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, actress feeding her dog in her dressing room, possibly Hermione Baddeley/Betty Ann Davis
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/19/4
Photograph - backstage in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, Betty Ann Davies in her dressing room, applying make-up
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/19/6
Photograph - Hermione Baddeley backstage in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, with the wardrobe mistress, photograph taken by Angus McBean
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/19/7
Photographs - Hermione Baddeley, Sheila Douglas-Tennant and other ladies from the cast knitting backstage, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, three copies
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/19/8
Photographs - Sheila Douglas Pennant and other cast members backstage knitting, before a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/2
Photograph - Eric Hoy and George Benson in the sketch Father and Son, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Houston Rogers
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/3
Photographs - five ladies from the sketch Looking at the Lightning, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Houston Rogers, three copies
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/4
Photographs - Hermione Baddeley and Edward Cooper in a sketch At Any Dance, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Houston Rogers
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/5
Photograph - Hermione Baddeley in the sketch Poor Little Cabaret Star, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Houston Rogers
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/6/1
Photograph - Irene Prador performing ballet, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Houston Rogers
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/6/2
Photographs - Peggy Willoughby, Betty Bevan, Betty Ann Davies, Sheila Douglas-Pennant in the ballet scene, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Houston Rogers
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/15
Photographs - members of the cast including Cyril Ritchard and Hermione Baddeley in the sketch The Great Umbrella Festival, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co.
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/16
Photographs - members of the cast including Jacqueline le Geyt and Gordon Little in the sketch Daisy Goes Out with Bert, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/17
Photograph - Betty Ann Davies in the sketch Bays and Capes, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/18
Photographs - Joyce Grenfell in the sketch Useful and Acceptable Gifts, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co, two different shots
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/7
Photograph - Charlotte Leigh performing her ballad, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Houston Rogers
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/8
Photograph - Cyril Ritchard and members of the cast in the sketch 1912 Song, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co.
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/14/1
Photograph - Cyril Ritchard in the sketch Magyar Malady, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/11/2
Photograph - Jacqueline le Geyt in the sketch The Merry Widow, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Bertram Park
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/12
Photograph - members of the cast in the sketch Opening the Ball, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co.
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/13
Photograph - Hermione Baddeley, Betty Ann Davies, Michael Anthony in the sketch Winter in Torquay, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/14/2
Photograph - Hermione Baddeley in the sketch Magyar Malady, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/14/3
Photograph - members of the cast including Cyril Ritchard, Hermione Baddeley, Gordon Little in the sketch Magyar Malady, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co, two different shots
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/1
Photograph - Cyril Ritchard in the sketch Making Up (?), in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/10
Photographs - Hermione Baddeley and Cyril Ritchard in the sketch The Creaking Princess, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by the Stage Photo Co, two copies
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/11/1
Photographs - Jacqueline le Geyt (far right) and Eric Anderson (far left) in the sketch The Merry Widow, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Stage Photo Co.
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/14/4
Photographs - members of the cast including Hermione Baddeley and Gordon Little in the sketch Magyar Malady, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Houston Roger, two different shots
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/14/5
Photographs - members of the cast including Hermione Baddeley, Cyril Ritchard, Gordon Little in the sketch Magyar Malady, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, photographed by Saidman Illustrated, 3 shots
Photograph 1939


HF/P/000004/14/6
Photographs - Cyril Ritchard in the sketch Magyar Malady, in a production of the Little Revue, performed at the Little Theatre, London, two different shots, one photographed by Roy de Groot
Photograph 1939