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Theatre - Sextet - Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus, London Featured Comedy Print

Theatre - Sextet - Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus, London

Actor Leslie Phillips (c) with co-stars of the West End comedy Sextet Angela Scoular (l) and Carol Hawkins (r). The ladies were choosing new swimsuits for the show from Nelbarden's 1978 range, Leslie Phillips had gone along to offer his manly views on the final choices. Angela and Carol wear swimsuits in several scenes of the play, which involves six people holidaying on board a luxury Mediterranean cruiser. Leslie Phillips would go on to marry Angela Scoular in 1982

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Leonard Rossiter Featured Comedy Print

Leonard Rossiter

Comic actor Leonard Rossiter, who played Rigsby in the ITV comedy series Rising Damp, at Sheekeys restaurant in London, for the start of the Oyster Festival. * 23/02/02 Broadcaster Sue MacGregor has told Radio 4's Desert Island Discs how she regrets her secret affair with the late Rising Damp star Rossiter. The 60-year-old presenter said she had agonised about whether to reveal details of the five-year relationship in her forthcoming autobiography. The BBC Radio 4 Today programme presenter, who retires this month, describes in her autobiography Woman of Today how her affair with Rossiter continued until his death in 1984. This edition of Desert Island Discs is to broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Sunday February 24 2002


Hardacre J Pitt Featured Comedy Print

Hardacre J Pitt

Letter from Hardacre J. Pitt. An important touring manager in the decades around 1900, he used his notepaper to advertise his repertoire. This letter from the Comedy Theatre, Manchester, is dated 10th December 1891. Of the plays illustrated, East Lynne and The Shaughraun date from the 1860s. Current Cash by C. A. Clarke was from 1886, and Old London by Arthur Shirley had been first produced as recently as 25th July 1891. Date: 1891

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