history:Patrick Garland

Patrick Garland


Festival Theatre:

The Cherry Orchard – Anton Chekhov (version by David Magarshack, revised by Philip Roth)

Feasting with Panthers – Peter Coe

The Mitford Girls – Caryl Brahms & Ned Sherrin (music by Peter Greenwell)

Underneath the Arches – Patrick Garland, Brian Glanville & Roy Hudd


Festival Theatre:

On the Rocks – George Bernard Shaw

Valmouth – Sandy Wilson (from the novel by Ronald Firbank)

Cavell – Keith Baxter

Goodbye, Mr Chips – based on the novel by James Hilton (version by Roland Starke, music & lyrics by Leslie Bricusse)


Festival Theatre:

A Patriot for Me – John Osborne

Time and the Conways – J B Priestley

As You Like It – William Shakespeare

The Sleeping Prince – Terence Rattigan


Festival Theatre:

Forty Years On – Alan Bennett

Oh, Kay! – music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, book by Tony Geiss & Ned Sherrin (based on the original by Guy Bolton & P G Wodehouse)

The Merchant of Venice – William Shakespeare

The Way of the World – William Congreve


Festival Theatre:

Arsenic and Old Lace – Joseph Kesselring

Henry VIII or All is True – William Shakespeare & John Fletcher

Tovarich – Jacques Deval (version by Antony Wood)

Preserving Mr Panmure – Arthur Wing Pinero

Minerva (AD Caroline Sherman):

Pont Valaine – Noël Coward

The Sisterhood – Molière (version by Ranjit Bolt)

Valentine’s Day – music by Denis King, lyrics by Benny Green

Adam Was a Gardener – Louise Page

Talking Heads – Alan Bennett


Festival Theatre:

Corionlanus – William Shakespeare

Venus Observed – Christopher Fry

King Lear in New York – Melvyn Bragg

She Stoops to Conquer – Oliver Goldsmith


Me and My Friend – Gillian Plowman

Double Take – Deborah Moggach

Vita and Virginia – Eileen Atkins


Festival Theatre:

Getting Married – George Bernard Shaw

Relative Values – Noël Coward

Pickwick – based on Charles Dicken’s Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (version by Wolf Mankowitz, lyrics by Leslie Bricusse, music by Cyril Ornadel)

The Matchmaker – Thornton Wilder


Carrington – Jane Besson

Rope – Patrick Hamilton

Elvira ’40 – Brigitte Jacques


Festival Theatre:

The Rivals – Richard Brinsley Sherridan

Pygmalion – George Bernard Shaw

The Schoolmistress – Arthur Wing Pinero

Noel/Cole: Let’s Do it! – compiled by David Kernan, written by Robin Ray & Dick Vosburgh


A Doll’s House – Henrik Ibsen (version by Christopher Hampton)

Dangerous Corner –J B Priestley

Three Sisters – Anton Chekov (version by Michael Henry Haim)