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Nigel Patrick Poster

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  • (1955) "The Remarkable Mr Pennypacker", by Liam O'Brien, New Theatre, St Martins Lane, London. Cast list included Frances Guthrie, Jocelyn Britton, Elizabeth Sellars and Nigel Patrick.
  • (1976) "Dear Daddy", by Denis Cannan, Ambassadors Theatre, West Street, London. Cast list included Nigel Patrick as "Bernard", Phyllis Calvert as "Delia", Isabel Dean as "Mary" and Jennifer Hilary as "Gillian".
  • (1957) "The Egg", by 'Felicien Marceau', Saville Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London. Cast list included Nigel Patrick as "Emile", Jack Allen as "the Doctor", Miriam Karlin as "Rose" and a young Nigel Green as "Folleroy".
  • (1972) Director - "The Pay-Off", by William Fairchild, Comedy Theatre, Panton Street, London. Cast list included Nigel Patrick, Dulcie Gray, Peter Sallis, Peter Vaughan and Brian Wilde.
  • 1960: Director - "Settled Out of Court" by William Saroyan and Henry Cecil, Strand Theatre, Aldwych, London. Cast list included, Nigel Patrick as Lonsdale Walsh, John Stratton as Douglas Broadwater, Eric Pohlmann as Mr. I, Philip Guard as Harold Allwinter and Maxine Audley as Josephine Barnwell.
  • 1968: Director - "Out of the Question" by Ira Wallach, St. Martin's Theatre, West Street, Cambridge Circus, London. Cast list included, Gladys Cooper, Dulcie Gray, Michael Dennison, David Knight and Helen Cherry.
  • 1939: "Children, to Bless You!" by G. Shelia Donisthorpe, Ambassadors Theatre, West Street, London. Cast list included, Nigel Patrick as Martin, Marjorie Mars as Audrey and Ethel Coleridge as Pearson.
  • 1967: Director - "Relatively Speaking" by Alan Ayckbourn, Duke of York's Theatre, St. Martin's Lane, West Street, Cambridge Circus, London. Cast list included, Celia Johnson, Michael Hordern and a young Richard Briers.
  • 1968: Director - "Avanti" by Samuel Taylor, Booth Theatre, 222 West 45th Street, New York. Cast list included Betsy Von Furstenberg, Rik Pierce and Robert Reed.
  • 1953: Director - "Birthday Honours" by Paul Jones, Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus, Westminster, London. Cast list included, Moira Lister, Hugh Latimer, David Stoll, Marian Spencer, Jean St. Clair and Beryl Baxter.
  • 1980: Director - "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney" by Frederick Lonsdale, Cambridge Theatre, Earlham Street, London. Cast list included, Joan Collins, Simon Williams, James Villiers, Elspeth March, Michael Aldridge, David Killik and Moyra Fraser.
  • 1937: "George & Margaret" by Gerald Savoury, Wyndham's Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London. Cast list included, Joyce Barbour, Jane Baxter, Noel Howlett, Nigel Patrick and Irene Handl. Ran for 799 performances.
  • 1947: "Noose" by Richard Llewellyn, Saville Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London. Cast list included, Michael Hordern as Captain Hoyle, Patricia Hilliard as Linda Medbury and Nigel Patrick as Bar Gorman. Ran for 22 weeks.
  • 1936: "Mademoiselle" by Jacques Deval, Produced by Noel Coward. Wyndham's Theatre, Charing Cross Road, London. Cast list also included, Greer Garson, Cecil Parker, Isabel Jeans and Victor Boggetti. Ran for 147 performances.
  • 1939: "Tony Draws a Horse" by Lesley Storm, Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus, Westminster, London. Cast list also included, Diana Churchill, Kay Astor and Lilian Braithwaite. Ran for 364 performances.
  • 1951: "Who Goes There!" by John Deighton, Vaudeville Theatre, The Strand, London. Cast list also included Geraldine McEwan. Ran for 222 performances.
  • 1953: "Escapade" by Roger MacDougall, St. James's Theatre, King Street, London. Cast list also included, Phyllis Calvert and Alec McGowan. Ran for 449 performances.
  • 1959: Director - "Pleasure of His Company" by Samuel Taylor, The Haymarket, London. Cast list included Nigel Patrick, Burt Kwouk, Judith Stott, Coral Browne and Barry Jones. Ran for 51 weeks.
  • 1971: "Reunion in Vienna" by Robert E. Sherwood, Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester, Sussex. Cast list included, Nigel Patrick (Archduke Rudolf Maximilian), Margaret Leighton, Charles Lloyd Pack, Peggy Marshall and Colin Baker.
  • 1965: Director - "Present Laughter" by Noel Coward, Queens Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London. Cast list included, Nigel Patrick as Gary Essendine, Phyllis Calvert as Liz and Maxine Audley as Joanna.
  • 1934: "Half a Crown", by Douglas Furber (Founded on a play by Arnold Ridley), Aldwych Theatre, Aldwych, London. Cast list also included Sydney Howard, Malcolm Keen, Eliot Makeham, Ivan Samson, Agatha Carroll, and Rosalind Atkinson.
  • 1974: "Habeas Corpus" by Alan Bennett, South Africa, Nigel Patrick as Arthur Wicksteed MD.
  • 1935: "Ringmaster", by Keith Winter, The Shaftesbury Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London. Cast list included Nigel Patrick as Julian West, May Whitty as Mrs West, Colin Keith-Johnston as George West, Jill Esmond as Ann Hammond, Laurence Olivier as Peter Hammond, Cathleen Nesbitt as Hilda Lester and Dorothy Hyson as Peggy Lester.
  • 1978: Director - "Suite in Two Keys" ("Come Into the Garden Maud" and "A Song of Twilight") by Noel Coward, Ashcroft Theatre, Park Lane, Croydon. Cast list included Phyllis Calvert, Margaret Lockwood, Robert Flemying and Alan Gifford. Opened for six nights only from 28th August 1978.
  • 1960: "The Schoolmistress", by Arthur W. Pinero, Savoy Theatre, Strand, London, WC2. Cast list included Nigel Patrick, Charles Hislop, Megs Jenkins, Sylvia Coleridge, Christopher Guinee, Neville Jason, Michael Ridgway, John Forgeham and Roger Hammond.
  • "Stars at War" by Michael Munn (1995). Published in Great Britain by Robson Books Ltd. ISBN 0 86051 954 6. Patrick, Nigel pg. 192/3.
  • 10 October 1937: "Green Room Rags" a fund raising show for the Green Room Club (theatrical charity), Strand Theatre, Aldwych, London WC2. Performers on the night included Jack Warner, Lesley Henson, Jack Hobbs, Alfred Drayton, Roland Culver and Nigel Patrick.
  • 1958: Director - "Not in the Book" by Arthur Watkyn, Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus, Westminster, London. Cast list included, Wilfred Hyde-White, Sydney Tafler, Avis Landon, Charles Heslop, Philip Guard, Martin Wyldeck. Ran for 488 performances.
  • 1978: "Peter Pan" by J.M. Barrie, Shaftesbury Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London. WC2. Cast list included, Jane Asher, Shelia Mathews, Tony Sympson, Glyn Sweet, Andrea Kealy and Nigel Patrick.
  • 1935: "Roulette" presented by Eugene Robert. Duke of York's Theatre, St Martin's Lane, London WC2. Cast list also included; Hella Kurty, Austin Trevor, Margaret Rawlings, Billy Dear, Lesley Valli, A R Whatmore, Esty Marsh, Richard Newton, Eadie Palfrey, Ena Moon, Martin Case, Agatha Carroll, Reginald Brooke, Campbell Logan, Robert Newton, Geoffrey Gunn, John Bown, Ben Soutten, Rene Ritcher, Charles Paul, Kenneth Carten and Ernest Norris.
  • (March 1964) He acted in Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Schoolmistress," at the Golders Green Hippodrome Theatre in Golders Green, London, England with Charles Heslop and Megs Jenkins in the cast. John Fernald was director.
  • 1946: "To-morrow's Child" by John Coates. New Theatre, George Street, Oxford UK. Cast list also included; Joyce Cummings, Wallas Eaton, Joan Seton, Jean Stuart, Hedley Briggs and Martin Wyldeck. Produced by Norman Marshall.
  • 1946: "Fools Rush In" by Kenneth Horne. Fortune Theatre, Drury Lane, London WC2. Cast list also included; Jessica Spencer, Iris Vandeleur, Josephine Middleton, Joyce Barbour, Brenda Bruce, Hugh Dempster and Bernard Lee. Directed by Richard Bird.
  • (1967) Director - "The Others" by Richard Lortz, Strand Theatre, Aldwych, London. Cast list included, Margaret Lockwood, Donald Houston, Anne Cameron, Christine Rees and Keith Roberts.
  • (1980) He directed Frederick Lonsdale's play, "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney," at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Joan Collins, Simon Williams, James Villiers, Elspeth March, Michael Aldridge, David Killick, and Moyra Fraser in the cast.

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