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Manuscript, Typescript, Draft, script
These are selected pages from the script of Look Back in Anger as it was submitted to the Lord Chamberlain’s Office in 1...
John Osborne began writing what was to become his most famous play on 4 May 1955. The end of his first marriage was the ...
John Osborne’s most famous play, Look Back in Anger (1956), was based on his marriage to actor Pamela Lane. In the play,...
Like every new play produced in Britain until 1968, Look Back in Anger was submitted to the Lord Chamberlain’s Office to...
In this image from the original production of John Osborne's Look Back in Anger, Alison (Mary Ure) is ironing while Clif...
This collection item from the Tynan Archive is a photocopied play script of A Place Calling Itself Rome, a reworking of ...
Periodical, Photograph, Image
Published in the July–August 1958 edition of Encore magazine, this is a review of the original stage production of Shela...
The majority of the reviews that appeared following the first night of John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger on 8 May 1956 w...
Ten years after his success with Look Back in Anger, John Osborne had a spectacular flop at the National Theatre with A...