English theatre director Sir Peter Hall, 17th March 2000.
March 17, 2000 Licence
Paul Rogers (left) as Bottom, and Judi Dench as Titania during the filming of Shakespeare's play 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', 1968. In the background is director Peter Hall.
January 01, 1968 Licence
English theatre director Sir Peter Hall, circa 1980.
January 01, 1980 Licence
Peter Hall (right), director of the National Theatre, on a picket line outside the theatre, during a strike by members of the union NATTKE (National Association of Theatrical Television and Kine Employees), London, 31st May 1977. The...More
May 31, 1977 Licence
Stage dir. Sir Peter Hall w. his young daughter, while directing a new production of Verdi's Macbeth at the Metropolitan Opera.
January 01, 1986 Licence
English stage director and director of the Royal Shakespeare Company (1960 - 1973), Peter Hall.
May 18, 1965 Licence
The English actor and director Laurence Olivier, and the English theatre director Sir Peter Hall on the terrace of the National Theatre, London. Original Publication: People Disc - HW0666
May 02, 1973 Licence
Theatre director Peter Hall poses for a portrait shoot in London on September 10, 2009.
September 10, 2009 Licence
Christian Kohlund, Peter Hall and Alexander May investigate in a scene from the film 'The Pedestrian', 1973.
January 01, 1973 Licence
Opera and stage director Peter Hall, facing camera on left, in discussion with members of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
March 22, 1965 Licence
circa 1975, English theatre, opera and film director Peter Hall, born 1930, pictured in moody dark setting, Peter Hall was knighted in 1977
January 01, 1975 Licence
Actor Judi Dench with theatre director Peter Hall pose for a portrait shoot in London on February 2, 2010.
February 02, 2010 Licence
July 1956, English theatre, opera and film director Peter Hall pictured with French actress Leslie Caron at the time they announced their engagement, Peter Hall was knighted in 1977
January 01, 1956 Licence
British theatre, opera and film director Peter Hall, director of the National Theatre Company, in the foyer of the newly-opened Lyttelton Theatre, London, part of the £13 million South Bank arts complex development.
March 01, 1976 Licence
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