Langford-Inglis Company

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(Also known simply as Langford-Inglis in some programmes)

A touring company formed by Robert Langford and Margaret Inglis in 1962, when they married.

The company's first productions were Gaslight by Daphne du Maurier (1962), Woman in a Dressing Gown (1962), The Physicists by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, (1963), *. . They got the rights to Charles Dyer’s Staircase, and staged the play, starring Robert Langford and Patrick Mynhardt in 1967. Together with Hymie Udwin’s Academy Theatre Productions, and in collaboration with PACT they presented Max Adrian’s one-man show of readings from George Bernard Shaw at the Alexander Theatre in 1971. Together with Hymie Udwin they presented a revival of The Old Ladies starring Margaret Inglis, Zoë Randall and Bess Finney at the Alexander Theatre in 1971. Together with Hymie Udwin and Brian Brooke they presented The Au Pair Man, starring John Whiteley at the Brooke Theatre in 1971. Also did The Importance of Being Earnest (197*).


Programme Alexander Theatre. No 166 September, 1963.

Tucker, 1997.

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