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This is a list of plays that our records show Roger LIVESEY has acted in. Restart your search.

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Grain of Mustard Seed, The Ambassadors Theatre, London 1930-1931
Tempest, The Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Poet's Secret, The Ambassadors Theatre, London 1932-1933 See Martine PR/LAMB/000062/2
Martine Ambassadors Theatre, London 1932-1933 Translated by John Leslie Frith. Preceded by Marie O'Neil or The Poet's Secret
As You Like It Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Macbeth Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Caesar and Cleopatra Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Cymbeline Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Admirable Bashville, The Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Merchant of Venice, The Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Romeo and Juliet Old Vic, London 1932-1933
She Stoops To Conquer Old Vic, London 1932-1933
School for Scandal, The Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Winter's Tale, The Old Vic, London 1932-1933
Macbeth Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Love for Love Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Twelfth Night Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Tempest, The Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Love for Love Sadler's Wells, London 1933-1934
Importance of Being Earnest, The Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Measure for Measure Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Henry VIII Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Cherry Orchard, The Old Vic, London 1933-1934
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1937-1938
Spring Meeting Ambassadors Theatre, London 1937-1938 Written with John Perry
Shakespeare Birthday Festival Old Vic, London 1938-1939
Taming of the Shrew, The Old Vic, London 1938-1939
Enemy of the People, An Old Vic, London 1938-1939 New text by Norman Ginsbury
Devil's Disciple, The Tour 1939-1940 The play toured England from April to June 1940 and after a three week break opened at the Piccadillly Theatre, London, see separate entry for this and for the August 1939 Old Vic production of same which also stared Robert Donat as Richard Dudgeon
Dear Brutus Globe Theatre, London 1940-1941
Banbury Nose, The Wyndam's Theatre, London 1944-1945
Ever Since Paradise Hippodrome, Bristol 1946-1947
Bartholomew Fair Old Vic, London 1950-1951
Twelfth Night Old Vic, London 1950-1951 Performance on 14th November 1950 celebrating the re-opening of the Old Vic Theatre after it had been damaged by enemy action on 10th May 1941. Programmes contain newspaper reviews.
Merry Wives of Windsor, The Old Vic, London 1950-1951
Henry V Old Vic, London 1950-1951
Captain Brassbound's Conversion Old Vic, London 1950-1951 Programme has newspaper review inserted
Watch on the Rhine Hippodrome, Bristol 1953-1954
Lodging For a Bride, A Hippodrome, Bristol 1959-1960
Entertainer, The Film Version 1960-1961 MGM
Elephant's Foot, The Theatre Royal, Bath 1964-1965
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