RESTING PHOTOGRAPHS

RESTING

These photographs relate to the ‘Resting’ book.         Match the pictures to the chapter titles.

 

Page 7     THEATRE STEPS

1 Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford on Avon.
2 Balcony entrance, Stratford Theatre. Home for many months.

 

3 Hampstead shed. The residence under the ivy.

 

4 Hampstead Heath – ‘extensive parkland attached’.

Page 11   MR TAMBOURINE MAN

5 Balliol College exterior. Oxford.

 

6 Balliol College interior. Oxford.

 

7 Howard Marks at Balliol. In 1964

 

8 Balliol College scene.

 

9 Howard Marks aged 25.

 

10 Howard Marks room at Balliol. The unofficial entrance window – now blocked by ironwork.

 

11 ‘The Who’ 1966. ‘My Ge-Ge-Generation’.

 

12 Cover of ‘Bringing It All Back Home’. Bob Dylan

 

13 Cover of ‘Highway 61 Revisited’. Bob Dylan

 

14 Howard Marks aged 65. See ‘Narco Polo’.

 

Page 16   TREASURE ISLAND

15 The Oxford Playhouse, Beaumont St.

 

16 Simon Ward as ‘Young Winston’. 1972 film also starring Robert Shaw.

 

17 Treasure Island ‘Long John Silver’. Meadow Players 1966 production.

 

18 Don Henderson with Siobhan Redmond. 1985 TV series ‘Bulman’

 

19 John Hurt.

 

Page 22   SANTA CLAUS

20 Heelas of Reading. Now known as ‘John Lewis’

 

21 Santa Claus 1

 

22 Santa Claus 2

 

23 Santa Claus 3 Arrival at Reading Station

 

24 Santa Claus article

 

25 ‘Peter Pan’ scene.

 

Page 29   TRACTORS AND GOLD TOP

26 West Gate, Canterbury

 

27 Park by West Gate, Canterbury. Near the field of donkeys.

 

28 Canterbury High Street. Near the butcher’s shop

 

29 Tractor in the 1970s.

 

30 Pangbourne Village. Site of tent and near to the dairy

 

Page 34   DRILLING FOR WATER

31 Drilling Rig – mini-version

 

32 Drilling Rig – large version

 

33 Bull Ring, B’ham in 1971. Very much altered nowadays, but shows the hairpin bend that the rig had to take.

 

Page 40   CAR PARKS AND CORPSES

34 Henley town, aerial shot.
35 Henley town and bridge, aerial shot.

 

Page 44   FACTORIES

36 Factory at sunset, Darlaston, West Midlands

 

37 Canning factory, Stratford

 

Page 48   IN AN ENGLISH COUNTRY GARDEN

38 Aerial view of Wargrave Manor

 

39 The Sultan of Oman.

 

40 Friar Park entrance. Henley

 

41 Friar Park aerial view. Henley

 

42 Friar Park views from the original Frank Crisp period.

 

43 George Harrison and Patti Boyd around 1970

 

44 Friar Park gnomes.

 

45 Handwritten lyrics of ‘Give Peace a Chance’ by John Lennon. $450,000 were paid for the handwritten lyrics to ‘Nowhere Man’ in 2003

Page 55   A HOTEL IN TORQUAY

46 Corbyn Head, Torquay

 

47 Beach huts at Torquay

 

48 A Rival Establishment. Torquay, Devon

Page 61   ON THE OCEAN WAVE

49 Aleister Crowley, the ‘Great Beast’ and father of Randall Crowley

 

50 Mounts Bay, Cornwall
51 Fishing boats in Newlyn, Cornwall

 

52 Fishing boats similar to Sea Eagle

 

53 The Sea Eagle, Newlyn

 

54 Mackerel fishing, Cornwall

 

55 Mackerel fishing 2, Cornwall

 

56 Fishing mortalities 1979-1983

 

57 Fishing boats at dusk, Cornwall

 

Page 69   THE FLYING VICAR

58 Sadlers Wells letter. From the Hetherington-Seelig agency.

 

59 Sadlers Wells advert

 

60 Sadlers Wells exterior

 

61 Sadlers Wells view from the stalls

 

62 The Corps de Ballet.

Page 73   FLEET STREET

63 Kings Reach Tower, South Bank

 

64 Fleet Street, London

 

65 Daily Telegraph, Fleet St

Page 81   CRACKERS AND COFFINS

66 Cover of the Ginger Man. By JP Donleavy

 

67 JP Donleavy

 

68 Sloop Inn, St Ives

 

69 The Hepworth garden St Ives

 

70 St Ives church. This shows side door of church – and exit point for medieval knights.

 

71 CSC sticker 1975

 

72 Edinburgh Festival poster 1975

 

73 Boroughmuir Links and Old Gillespie Hall

 

74 Robin Richards, Bill Bingham, Alison Parkes, John Coutts, Robert Duncan, Sue Bramich, NJT. (Alison, Coutts, Rob and Neil were members of the Cornish Stage Company. Later Robin was a member of Paranoid Productions.) Taken at Chelsea Arts Club circa 2010.

 

75 John Laws, centre right, in the Angel. CSC member.
76 My teenage brother Nigel. CSC member
77 Princes Street, Edinburgh.

Page 94   A CRITICAL MOMENT

78b Robert Morley letter
79 NJT as Oscar Wilde 1979

 

80 Jim Boylan. Paranoid Productions member, later ‘Brendan Behan’.

81 Rik Mayall and Ade Edmundson company 20th Century Coyote

82 Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson

 

Page 105 DECO, DADA, AND DRINK

83 Nancy Cole show. Performing as ‘Gertrude Stein’.

84 Nancy Cole letter from Paris.

85 Nancy Cole. Newspaper item.

86 John Dowie in 1982.

87 John Dowie and Victoria Wood 1970s

 

88 John Dowie, West End 1994 – production of his play ‘Jesus, My Boy’ starring Tom Conti at the Apollo Theatre.

 

89 Hebe.

 

90 Bernard Kelly

 

91 Robin Richards as Dylan

 

92 NJT in Edinburgh 1981

 

93 Declan Mulholland – in a 1980’s advert.

 

94 Dave Quinlan. Paranoid Productions member.

 

95 Edinburgh Festival poster 1981

 

96 Deacon Brodie Tavern, Edinburgh. Scene of Bernard Kelly’s activities.

 

97 Freddie Jones.
98 ‘Firefox’: film starring Clint Eastwood and Freddie Jones 1982

Page 116 TOURING

99 The Falcon, Camden Town. Now closed.
100 Hereford Booth Hall 1

101 Hereford Booth Hall 2 – interior and performance area

102 Hereford poster
103 Hereford Cathedral

 

104 City Varieties Leeds entrance

 

105 City Varieties Leeds auditorium
106 City Varieties Leeds street outside. Scene of attempted mugging.

 

107 Darlington. Press article about a performance at the Arts Centre.

 

108 Kings Head Islington flier 1981.

 

109 Show at Shaw’s Corner. Open air performance in 1991.

 

110 NJT relaxing on tour. Photograph by Elizabeth Blanchet.

 

Page 120 IN DUBLIN’S FAIR CITY

112 Michael MacLiammoir. An Oscar of Importance.
113 David Norris

114 Nelson’s Pillar. After the bomb attack in 1966.

115 Nelson’s Head.

116 Gerry Fitt and Edward Heath. Heath centre, Fitt far right.
117 Garret Fitzgerald. Irish Taoiseach 1981-87
118 Charlie Haughey. Irish Taoiseach 1979-81, 1987-92
119 Bang Bang photo.

 

120 Bang Bang’s plaque

 

121 Dublin Festival 1979

 

122 Focus Theatre Article

123 NJT with Wilde. Photo taken in 1999.

 

Page 128 SCOUSERS

124 Huskisson’s statue. Liverpool
125 The Philharmonic pub. Hope St., Liverpool

 

126 The Philharmonic gents. Hope St. Liverpool

 

127 Macartney at the Phil 2018.

128 Paddy’s Wigwam. With the Protestant Cathedral in distance

 

129 NJT in Liverpool

130 Adrian Henri
131 Cheque from Adrian Henri. Very nice of him.

 132 Roger McGough

133 Philip Larkin, Librarian of Hull University

 

134 Ferry across the Mersey
135 The Liver Birds

 

Page 134 WILDE HORSES

136 Harlech advert. Theatr Ardudwy, Wales

 

137 Harlech Castle, Gwynedd, Wales

 

138 Normal College, Bangor, Wales

 

139 Llandrindod Wells Victorian Festival Metropole Hotel. Venue in Wales
140 Llandrindod Wells Victorian Festival. Wales

 

141 Presteigne Assembly Rooms. Wales

 

142 Borth, near Aberystwyth, Wales. Cinema behind the village.

 

Page 137 THE WILDE WEST COUNTRY

143 Sir John Woolf letter. 1979

 

144 Bideford Quay. Devon

 

145 Bideford advert. Devon

 

146 Westward Ho cottages. Devon

 

147 Westward Ho from Kipling Tor. Devon

 

148 Wareham Morris Men. Dorset

 

149 Robert Helpman.
150 Sidmouth Festival. Dorset

 

151 Sidmouth Main Camp. Dorset

 

152 Sidmouth dancers. Dorset

 

153 Marine Bar, Sidmouth. Dorset

 

Page 142 OVER THE SEA TO BUTE

154 Dag and Ola. Landlords of the Russian Tavern.

155 Port Royal Russian Tavern. Isle of Bute, Scotland

156 View of harbour. Port Bannatyne, Isle of Bute

157 ‘Local Hero’ film poster.

158 ‘Above Us The Waves’ film poster.

159 NJT on Stage as Oscar Wilde.

160 Tom of the Kames Hotel, Tighnabruaich in Argyll

161 Tom and the Boat at Tighnabruaich.

162 On a Choppy Sea in the Kyles of Bute.

Page 147 AVON CALLING

163 Graham at Dirty Duck, Stratford

164 Rose and Crown. Sheep St, Stratford

165 NJT leafletting by Shakespeare Hotel, Chapel St, Stratford

166 NJT in Stratford.

167 B’ham Post review 1983.

168 Dirty Duck terrace. Waterside, Stratford

 

169 Dirty Duck interior.

 

170 White Swan Hotel, Rother St, Stratford
171 Stratford Theatre by the Avon at night

 

Page 153 HIGH SOCIETY

172 Point of Ayre. Isle of Man

 

173 Old Farm at Point of Ayre. Isle of Man

 

174 Julian Grenfell.

 

175 Sir John Salmond

 

176 Viscount Curzon of India

 

177 Oswald and Cynthia Mosley

 

178 Oswald Mosley

 

179 Oswald, Diana, and Max Mosley

 

180 The Mitford Girls

 

181 Max Mosley

 

182 Rosemary and Nicholas Mosley – marriage.

 

183 Nicholas Mosley

 

184 ‘Accident’ film poster

 

185 Isle of Man Review. 1980

 

186 Sheridan Blackwood, 5th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava
187 Maureen Blackwood (née Guinness), Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava

 

188 Frederick Blackwood, 1st Lord Dufferin and Ava

 

189 ‘Girl in Bed’ painting by Lucian Freud

 

190 Robert Lowell
191 Tara Browne

 

192 Family Trees

 

Page 164 TEA WITH EVELYN WAUGH

193 Richard Huggett. Programme from Kings Head show, 1981