Harry Doherty

Harry Doherty Joined the Settlement Players circa 1932 and has credits spanning 17 years, appearing on stage in around 30 productions.
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Orlando in As You Like It, October 1932
Executioner in The Devil’s Disciple, February 1933
Cyril Beverly in Bird in Hand, April 1933
Philip Clandon in You Never Can Tell, February 1934
Richard Coaker in The Farmers Wife, April 1934
Sholto in The Young Idea, November/December 1934
Ensemble in Twelfth Night, February/March 1935
Snobby Price in Major Barbara, November 1935
William Burridge in Barnet’s Folly, May 1936
Cast in The Insect Play, November 1936
Sofar in Solomon’s Folly, February 1937
Hastings in She Stoops to Conquer , November 1938
Villager in The Red Velvet Goat, February 1939
Edward Laverick in The Fourth Wall, April 1939
Varnet in Call to Kenilworth; Celestial Meeting; The Sword is Double Edged, February 1940
Baron in And Now The Journey; Puppet Play, May 1940
Clergyman in 20th Century Lullaby and Cats of Egypt, December 1940
Bluntschli in Arms and the Man, December 1940
Cast in Playboy of The Western World, 1941
Mummer in Mimes and One Act Play, June 1942
Corrado in Death takes a Holiday, November 1942
Cast in Second Visit; A Present From Saltsea, November 1942
Alonso in A Hundred Years Old, April 1943
Ensemble in Caesar and Cleopatra, October 1944
Cast in 1066 and all That, December 1945
Henry in Outward Bound, May 1946
Niccolo Macchiavelli in Lucrezia Borgia’s Little Party, April 1947
Batsman No.9 in Willow, Woe is Me, May 1949
Sir Anthony Knevet in The Queen who kept her Head, November 1949

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Scenery Painting

Arms and the Man, December 1940

Stage Set

Its Autumn Now; Back to Adam; Midsummer Nights Dream, February 1941

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