Work 1950s

(In progress. Details to be put in soon)

1950

Random Harvest
(Theatre) 
Christine Finn plays Kitty North
Play produced by Peter Croswell-
Nottingham Theatre Royal
February
 -
Theatre Royal Bath
Monday March 20th and the week 

Summer's Day Dream
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays ROSALIE DAWLISH, the grand daughter of STEPHEN DAWLISH
-  
August 29th- September 3rd

Male Animal
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
 Christine Finn plys PATRICIA STANLEY
 -
September 26th to October 21st

New Gossoon
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
October 24th to November 18th

Ardele
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
 Christine Finn plays NATHALIE, the General's daughter-in-law
 -
November 21st to December 26th

The Bluebird
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays TYLTYL
-
 Wednesday 29th December for ten week

1951

Christine Finn kneeling on the floor in Thieves Carnival

Thieve's Carnival
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine plays JULIETTE
-
March 6th until the 31st



Henry VI, Part 2
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays A SPIRIT
 -
April 3rd until the 28th


Princess of Pandemonia 
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays A COURT PAGE

May 1st until the 26th

Rent Day
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays POLLY BRIGGS
-
June 26th until July 21st

Release
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays LILY MILTON
-
September 4th until 29th


Confederacy 
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays CORINNA, daughter to Gripe by a former 
wife,  a good fortune, young, and kept close by her father
-
October 2nd until the 27nd 

Wild Duck
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
-
October 30th until November 17th

Oliver Twist
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays OLIVER TWIST
-
November 20th until December 15th

(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays MIKEY, the nephew of HODGE, the wizard
December 19th, until March 1st, 1952







1952 

(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
-
Opened March 4th until 31st


"Henry VI" Part III from (Henry VI - Parts I, II & III)
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christine Finn plays LADY GREY, afterwards Queen to Edward the Fourth.
-
Opened April 1st until the 26th
 


Penny For A Song
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
-
Opened April 29th to May the 24th

Opened May 27th to June the 21st



South Wind
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
Christin Finn plays ANGELINA
-
Opened June 24th to July 19th


"Henry VI" Part III from (Henry VI - Parts I, II & III)
(Theatre: Birmingham Rep)
-
Opened July 21st until August 2nd

Larger Than Life
(BBC Television) 
Christine Finn played Avis Criction
-
Broadcast Tuesday 2 September 1952

See also for more details: http://bufvc.ac.uk/screenplays/index.php/prog/2448

Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
(Theatre: Arts Theatre) 
Opened October 23rd 1952 until November 16th

Beauty And the Beast
(Theatre: Mercury Theatre)
-
December 22nd 1952 until January 7th 1953 



1953
Boy David
(Theatre)
Opened March 17th until April 11th


Twelfth Night
(Theatre)
Opening May 20th till June 14th


Hamlet
(Theatre)
Opened May 26th


Angels In Love
(Theatre)
From August 24th 


The Large Rope
(Cinema)


The Tinder Box
(Theatre)

1954


Winter Journey
(Theatre:)
Opened Tuesday, February, 23rd for three weeks


The Shoemakers Holiday
(Theatre)
Opened Tuesday, March 16th, 1954 until Saturday, April 3rd


The School for Wives
(Theatre)
    Opened Tuesday, April 6th until Saturday, May 1st


Murder in the Cathedral
(Theatre)
Opened Tuesday, May 11th until Saturday, May 29th

(Theatre)
Opened Tuesday, June 1st until Saturday June 19th.
Relocated and reopened on August 5th

1955

The Explorer (The Journey Begins)
(BBC Children's television)
17th May
playerd : Mrs Winter


Value For Money
(Cinema)


Royal Variety Performance
(Theatre)
7th November, 1955

1956

'The Barlowes of Beddington
(BBC Light Programme, radio)
Episode 9, 13th April . 7.30pm
Episode 10, 20th April.7.30pm
Episode 12 , 4th May, 7.30pm

On Loan
(BBC Light Programme, radio)
16th November

1957

The Misanthrope
(BBC Third Progamme, radio)
26th February 

Uncertain Honours
(BBC TV)
12th March
plsyed Janet Baguely

Emergency Ward 10
(TV)

LES CAVES DU VATICAN'
(BBC Third Programme, radio)
17th September, 20:10


Armchair Theatre: An Inch From the Heart
(TV)
October 13th





No Hero
(BBC Home service Radio)
19th October, 14:00

The Wind Might Change
(Theatre)
November 25th

Women Are So Unreasonable
(BBC HOME SERVICE)
7th December

1958

(TV) 
19th January 1958 

The Road Not Taken
(BBC HOME SERVICE)
-
17th february, 1958

No Medals
(BBC Play of the week)
Christine Finn played Lolly Dacre
-
Wednesday 9 April 1958

See also: http://bufvc.ac.uk/screenplays/index.php/prog/546

Conningsby
(BBC HOME SERVICE)
-
Weekly series over nine episode starting 20th April, 1958

Flight of Fancy 
(BBC Third Programme, radio)  
-
 15th May, 21:20, 1958

And Her Romeo
(BBC TV play)
-
10th June 1958

HIGH PAVEMENT
(BBC HOME SERVICE)  
-
 16th October 1958

(TV)
-
9th November 1958


(TV)
-
22nd December 1958 to 29th January 1959

1959

(Theatre)
-
Opened March the 18th or February the 11th,  1959

The Tempest; or The Enchanted Island
(Theatre)
-
Opened 9th June until 27th July,  1959

See: Review for The Tempest from The Spectator 19th



Black Chiffon
(TV)
Broadcast on July 4th,  1959



The Juke Box
(BBC Home Service Radio) 
-
13th August,  1959

From September 14th ,  1959


The Importance Of Being Earnest
(Theatre)
Opened October 13th,  1959

Don Carlos
(Theatre / BBC Third Program Radio))
November 11th ,  1959

Lady Windermere's Fan
(Radio)
Broadcast December 19th,  1959



(Theatre)
Opened December 2nd 1958 until May 1960

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