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Account book

Identifier: DE/Od/14/4 · Date: 1927 - 1956 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Account Book (St Mark’s church)

Identifier: DP/117D/8/3 · Date: 1936 - 1952 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Advertising poster for “Irma la Douce” Based on the original by Alexandre Breffort, directed by Dougie Squires, starring Una Subbs, John Moffatt, Martin Connor, Michael Balfour, Edward Brayshaw, Brian Carter, Paul Haley, Elroy Josephs, Robert Oates

Identifier: DE/WPT/P6/248 · Date: Sep - Oct 1975 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Music by Marguerite Monnot, book and lyrics by Julian Moore, David Heneker, Monty Norman

Advertising poster for “Guys and Dolls” book by Jo Swerling, music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, directed by Dougie Squires

Identifier: DE/WPT/P6/210 · Date: Sep - Oct 1976 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

[Cast included Bennie Lee]

Advertising poster for “Red Riding Hood” by Jan Allen

Identifier: DE/WPT/P6/188 · Date: Oct 1983 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Presented by Playboard Puppets creators of Television's Button Moon

Advertising poster for “Wonderful Town” from the book by Joseph A Fields and Jerome Chodorov, music by Leonard Bernstein, starring Maureen Lipman, directed by Martin Connor

Identifier: DE/WPT/P6/94 · Date: Apr - May 1986 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Based on the play My Sister Eileen, and the stories of Ruth McKinney, also starring Ray Lonnen and Emily Morgan [and Lesley Joseph] Pre-West End performance

Advertising poster for “The Patchwork Girl of Oz”, book and lyrics by Adrian Mitchell, adapted from the novel by Frank L Baum, directed by Lou Stein, starring Clare Grogan, Carla Mendoca

Identifier: DE/WPT/P6/112 · Date: Dec 1988 - Jan 1989 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Also starring Simon Butteriss, John Conroy, Margaret Houston, Paul Keown, Lesley Nichol, David Shaw-Parker, Richard Syms, Ben Thomas. [Sequel to Wizard of Oz; world premiere]