Poster advertising Tales From Hollywood by Christopher Hampton at the Donmar Warehouse, 1 May - 23 June 2001, with previews from 19 April 2001. Designed and printed by Dewynters London.
Length: 50.8 cm, Width: 31.8 cm
Tales From Hollywood by Christopher Hampton, directed by John Crowley, designed by Scott Pask, with lighting by Howard Harrison, sound by Paul Arditti and music by Paddy Cunneen, previewed at the Donmar Warehouse from 19th April 2001, and opened on 1st May, running until 23rd June. The cast advertised on the poster was David Ashdown, Ian Butcher, Emma Cunniffe, Ben Daniels, Phil Davis, Gawn Grainger, David Hounslow, Richjard Johnson, Nancy McLean, Lizy McInnerny, Yvonne Riley, Ken Samuels, Sira Stampe and Glynne Steele.
Tales From Hollywood is a 1982 Christopher Hapton play about European refugees writing scripts for Warner Brothers oin pre-war California. It was originally staged in the Olivier Theatre, National Theatre in 1983, when it won the Evening Standard Theatre Award for the best new comedy.
Poster on matte finish card featuring a black and white silhouette photograph of a view of Hollywood seen through the back of the 'H' of the Hollywood sign, on which is written as if in white graffiti: 'TALES FROM HOLLYWOOD BY CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON'. The word 'DONMAR' appears in white capitals vertically from the top left hand corner against the red background of an oblong box, and the dates of the production, including the preview dates, appear in the bottom left hand corner, again in white on a small square red background. The names of the production team and the cast appear in small white capitals near the bottom of the poster.