A Theatre for Everybody by Edward J Dent
The Story of the Old Vic & Sadlers Wells told from an end-of-war perspective, with the future of theatre, company, and the wider interests of English drama very much in mind. The contrasting managements of the philanthropist Miss Cons from 1880 and of her neice Miss Bayliss from 1897, with her pioneering visions of a national theatre and opera.
- First Edition
- Publisher T V Boardman & Co. Ltd., London; 1945
- Ivory Cloth Hardback, 152 pp
- Colour Frontispiece Illustrated by Kay Ambrose, line drawings, many b/w photographs
- Size 215 x 170mm, 650g
Condition: Good – Dust Jacket Worn at Edges, No Inscriptions, Good Copy
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