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West End Theatre and Christopher Fry


Christopher Fry has died aged 97. An obituary is here.

West End Theatre of 50 or 60 years ago:

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Stanley Baker, Leonard White and Denholm Elliott (l. to r.) in A Sleep of Prisoners, the first production in St Thomas's, Regent Street, 1951 houston rogers

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Pamela Brown as Jennet Jourdemaine in The Lady's Not for Burning (1948) Angus mcbean

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Paul Scofield and Margaret Rutherford in Anouilh/Fry: Ring Round the Moon (1950) Angus mcbean

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