Jared William’s profile
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Seen, or going to see
- Lettice and Lovage, Globe (Shaftesbury Ave), London (now Gielgud Theatre, London), Robert Fox Ltd, Roger Berlind, and The Shubert Organisation, 27th October 1987 – 27th January 1990
- Funny Peculiar, Theatre Royal, Bath, 3rd – 8th September 1979
- Get Some In!, Princess Theatre, Torquay, Bernard Delfont Ltd, 1977
- Colombe, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 22nd October – 16th November 1963
- Joined 15th June 2020.
- Last logged in on 2nd December 2021.
Last five observations
- To Thistlewood Productions and Young Vic production of Cato Street, by Robert Shaw, Young Vic, London, 3rd - 27th November 1971: “This is the unsigned user review that originally appeared above: “Bob Hoskins was the unsympathetic state informant who turns in his fellow conspirators to the widely unpopular and tyrannical Tory government of Lord Liverpool in the 1820s. Staged in 1971, it was quite prescient of the right-wing Conservative government of Thatcher starting in 1979.””
Last ten changes
- Gee F Productions and Windsor Theatre Company production of Darling, I'm Home, by Jack Popplewell, Theatre Royal, Windsor, Rex Theatre, Wilmslow, and other locations, 17th June - 2nd August 1975
- The Roaring Forties, by Robin Hawdon
John Gale and Windsor Theatre Company production of The Roaring Forties, by Robin Hawdon, Theatre Royal, Windsor, 25th May - 12th June 1976
The Roaring Forties, by Robin Hawdon
- Windsor Theatre Company production of The Cocktail Party, by T S Eliot, Theatre Royal, Windsor, 3rd - 21st November 1981
- Royal Shakespeare Company production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona, by William Shakespeare, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, started 4th April 1960
- Elizabethan Theatre Company production of Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, Dartington Hall, Devon, 1953 - 1954
- Llandudno Repertory Company production of Portrait of Murder, by Robert Bloomfield, Grand Theatre, Llandudno, 29th May - 4th June 1968
- production of Bordello, by Al Frisch, Julian Moore, and Bernard Spiro, Queen's Theatre, (Shaftesbury Ave) London (now Sondheim Theatre, London), 18th April - 1st June 1974
- Roy Holder
- Pam Skinner
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