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The Dublin Gate Theatre presenting Edward Davies Pardington's adaptation of Herman Melville's Moby Dick, or, The whale Library of Congress/NACO
The Gate theatre presents the Irish premiere of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia National Library of Ireland
The goose: by Alun Owen : commencing Monday 9th October. National Library of Ireland
Hamlet. Library of Congress/NACO
Hedda Gabler [by] Ibsen : October 16th. 1984. National Library of Ireland
Hello & goodbye by Athol Fugard : commencing Monday 2nd August 1976. National Library of Ireland
Hilton Edwards and Micheál MacLiammóir present their Dublin Gate Theatre Company in Hamlet : under the auspices of the Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland. Hamlet Festival 1952, Kronborg Castle, Elsinore, June 12th-22nd National Library of Ireland
Home for Christmas or The grand tour by Micheál Mac Liammóir : from Thursday, November 25th. National Library of Ireland
I'll go on: from the trilogy Molly, Malone dies, 'The unnamable by Samuel Beckett : National Library of Ireland
The importance of being earnest by Oscar Wilde : Tuesday 28 July 1987. National Library of Ireland
The Inspector or The man from Brussels: an Irish Version of Gogol's play: by Eamon Morrissey : 29th Sept. - 4th Oct. National Library of Ireland
Irish Theatre Ballet : a new programme of modern Irish and classical ballets: Mon. 1st to Wed. 10th April, 1963. National Library of Ireland
The island. Devised by Athol Fugard, John Kani, Winston Ntshona : opening Tuesday 1st April 1986. National Library of Ireland
Issues of foreign mewspapers owned by Mícheál Mac Liammóir including Lordagsavisen 2 Oct 1937 which gives an account of the Gate Theatre, Dublin, and a photograph from the Star 29 June 1915 giving an account of Mícheál Mac Liammóir's early stage career in London under his real name, Alfred Willmore National Library of Ireland
James Joyce's women : June 7th 1982 for 2 weeks only National Library of Ireland
Jane Eyre : Jane's Copy National Library of Ireland
Julius Caesar. Library of Congress/NACO
Juno and the Paycock National Library of Ireland
King Herod explains by Conor Cruise O'Brien; preceded by The Liar by Micheál MacLiammóir : commencing 7th October 1969. National Library of Ireland
The lady of the manor by Lea Goldberg (the first Israeli play to be presented in Ireland) : Tuesday 22nd January 1963. National Library of Ireland
The late Edwina Black: by William Dinner and William Morum commencing Monday, 15th May. National Library of Ireland
Leslie Daiken papers National Library of Ireland
Letters etc., mostly from Micheál Mac Liammóir, to Molly MacEwen National Library of Ireland
Liam Liar: adapted by Hugh Leonard from Billy Liar by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall : commencing 18th August 1976. National Library of Ireland
London assurance National Library of Ireland
Look at the Heffernans by Brinsley MacNamara : commencing Monday 27th December 1965. National Library of Ireland
Love and a bottle: a Restoration comedy by George Farquhar : adapted by William Morrison and Michael Ruggins: commencing Monday 31st October. National Library of Ireland
Macbeth. Library of Congress/NACO
Madigan's lock by Hugh Leonard : commencing Tuesday 29th July 1969. National Library of Ireland
Major Barbara by Bernard Shaw : from Friday, November 18th, 1977. National Library of Ireland
The Mask of Moriarty by Hugh Leonard October 1985. National Library of Ireland
The merchant of Venice. Library of Congress/NACO
Micheál Mac Liammóir in The Importance of Being Oscar : National Library of Ireland
Moby Dick Library of Congress/NACO
Moliere's Tartuffe. In a new version by Michael West : opening Tuesday 6 October. National Library of Ireland
Motley. National Library of Ireland
Moving out National Library of Ireland
Mr. Joyce is leaving Paris by Tom Gallagher : April 12th, 1971. National Library of Ireland
Much ado about nothing. [Sound recording] Library of Congress/NACO
I must be talking to my friends: Micheál Mac Liammóir. National Library of Ireland
Napoleon's Josephine National Library of Ireland
No profit but the name, 1988: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Odd man in: a comedy by Claude Magnier : adapted from the French by Robin Maugham : commencing Tuesday 28th June 1966. National Library of Ireland
Oleanna by David Mamet : opens Tuesday 1 November 1994. National Library of Ireland
Opera Theatre Company presents Carmen and Don José : Wed. 18, Thurs 19, Sat. 21, Sun. 22 May. National Library of Ireland
Othello. Library of Congress/NACO
Our country's good by Timberlake Wertenbaker : based on The Playmaker - a novel by Thomas Keneally : Wednesday 6th February, 1991. National Library of Ireland
[Photograph of members of the Gate Theatre Company, during an American tour]. National Library of Ireland
The Pinter festival : 2nd - 21st May 1994. National Library of Ireland
Playbills National Library of Ireland
Pride and prejudice: by Jane Austen : Thursday, 1st December, 1994. National Library of Ireland
Private lives: by Noel Coward : opens April 6th. National Library of Ireland
[Programme for Prelude in Kazbek Street by Micheál Mac Liammóir] National Library of Ireland
Programmes National Library of Ireland
The public prosecutor by Fritz Hochwälder : on April 19th. National Library of Ireland
The real Charlotte adapted from the Sommerville and Ross classic by Terence de Vere White and Adrian Vale : from Tuesday, October 7th. National Library of Ireland
The recruiting officer : a comedy by George Farquhar: opening 21st May 1985. National Library of Ireland
The return by Bridget Boland : commencing Monday 30th May 1966. National Library of Ireland
The riot act by Tom Paulin; High time A comedy by Derek Mahon : Monday 24 - Saturday 29 September 1984. National Library of Ireland
The rivals by Richard Brinsley Sheridan : 8th December 1987. National Library of Ireland
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare : Tuesday, 9th April, 1991. National Library of Ireland
The Saints go cycling in by Hugh Leonard : based on The Dalkey archive by Flann O'Brien ( Myles Na Gopaleen): from 14 February 1984. National Library of Ireland
Salomé by Oscar Wilde : Edinburgh Festival 1989. National Library of Ireland
Salomé by Oscar Wilde : opening Friday 4th June. National Library of Ireland
Scrapbook for presentation to Amelia Jacobs, stage manager of Todd Theatre Festival , Woodstock, Illinois; with newsclippings, handbills etc National Library of Ireland
The seagull by Anton Chekhov : Tuesday 8th March 1994. National Library of Ireland
Season's greetings by Alan Ayckbourn : opening Tues. 2nd Dec. 1986. National Library of Ireland
Sharon's grave by John B. Keane : July 25th 1995 National Library of Ireland
She stoops to conquer by Oliver Goldsmith : May 16th 1995. National Library of Ireland
Siegfried Sassoon: the story of the young soldier poet : opening Wed. 13 May 1987. National Library of Ireland
Slings and arrows: by Fergus Linehan: a fortuitous outrage : opening Wednesday 13 September. National Library of Ireland
Some press opinions of The old ladies by Rodney Ackland & Hugh Walpole. National Library of Ireland
Steaming by Nell Dunn : opening Wednesday, October 5th. National Library of Ireland
Stephen D.: adapted from the autobiographical novels of James Joyce by Hugh Leonard : commencing Monday 24th September. National Library of Ireland
Taking steps by Alan Ayckbourn : from 22nd May, 1984. National Library of Ireland
Tête at eight: a review for two [by] John Molloy and Noel Sheridan : commencing Easter Monday 3rd April. National Library of Ireland
There y'are!: an evening with John Molloy : mimes stories & charachters with accordian accompaniment: opening Monday March 19th. National Library of Ireland
Time remembered: a romantic comedy by Jean Anouilh (translated by Patricia Moyes) : commencing Tuesday, 1st February, 1972. National Library of Ireland
Tom Lawlor at the Gate : commemorating Tom Lawlorʹs photographs at the Gate Theatre, Dublin, Ireland. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The tramway end: two one-act plays by Dermot Bolger : opening Friday 9th November 1990. National Library of Ireland
Tri sestry. National Library of Ireland
The truth about Pygmalion: by Richard Huggett : commencing Monday 3rd January. National Library of Ireland
Typescript for a radio documentary about Irish folklorist Edward Bunting. National Library of Ireland
Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov : opening Tues.17th Feb. 1987 National Library of Ireland
Waiting for a phoenix National Library of Ireland
Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett : 30th August 1988. National Library of Ireland
Whale. Library of Congress/NACO
Where stars walk: a comedy of Dublin in the 1940's by Micheál Mac Liammóir :] from Wednesday, December 27th. National Library of Ireland
Will success spoil Rock Hunter? : the famous American comedy by Goerge Axelrod : commencing St. Stephen's Day. National Library of Ireland

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