THE WORK OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF MUSIC AND THE ARTS: THE OLD VIC TRAVELLING THEATRE COMPANY, WALES, 1941
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Actor Lewis Casson drives the Old Vic Travelling Theatre Company scenery van during the Old Vic tour of South Wales. The van is an old furniture removal van. A poster above the windscreen advertises the play they will be performing as 'Candida' by George Bernard Shaw, starring Lewis Casson and Sybil Thorndike, and directed by Tyrone Guthrie.