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Edinburgh International Festival


Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Bound copy of the acting text of "The Satire of the Three Estates", prepared by Robert Kemp for production at the Edinburgh International Festival.

Identifier: Acc.10112
Scope and Contents

With stage photographs, sketches and signatures of the actors, musicians and singers.

Dates: 1948.

Collection of photographs relating to theatre and other performance arts, mostly in Scotland but also in England and Ireland.

Identifier: Acc.11645
Scope and Contents

Photographs concern the Edinburgh International Festival.

Dates: 1980-1997 and undated.

Drafts and corrected typescripts of "The Seven Deadly Sins: a Mask", libretto by Robert Nye, music by James Douglas.

Identifier: Acc.6241/1-5
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With manuscript score of the music, and correspondence concerning the work and its performance at the Stirling Festval, 1973, and Edinburgh International Festival, 1974.

Dates: 1973-1974.

Letter to Erhna M Macgillivray.

Identifier: Acc.5655
Scope and Contents

Concerning the origins of the Edinburgh International Festival.

With associated papers.

Dates: 1945.

Photographic archive of Paul Shillabeer.

Identifier: Acc.9139
Scope and Contents

Principally concerning the Edinburgh International Festival, to which Shillabear was official photographer from 1948 to 1973, but also concerning Edinburgh and other parts of Scotland, craftsmen and artists at work and portraits.

Dates: 1920-1973.

Transcripts of two BBC radio programmes, "Festival Orbit".

Identifier: Acc.5919
Scope and Contents

On the Edinburgh International Festival.

Dates: 1973.

Two scrapbooks relating to Edinburgh International Festival.

Identifier: Acc.13385
Scope and Contents

Two scrapbooks, 1950-1952, compiled by Bruce Sharman, then a young actor and assistant stage manager with the Citizens` Theatre Company. He was involved in the Company`s Festival productions of `The Atom Doctor`, `Douglas` and `The Queen`s Comedy` in 1950, and their `Three Estates` in 1951. Bruce Sharman returned to the Festival in 1952 and 1953 with The Old Vic Company. The scrapbooks contain programmes, posters, photographs, reviews and ephemera.

Dates: 1950-1952.

Additional filters:

Photographs. 5
Slides. Photographs. 3
Typescripts. 2
Audiotapes. Sound recordings. 1
Bindings. Binding components. 1