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The middle watch, by Ian Hay and Stephen King-Hall : [theatre program], 1978, Space.

Publisher: 1978.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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A special limited edition season to aid the Adelaide Children's Hospital Building Appeal at the Space from 21st to 30th September 1978.

Starring David Burchell and Francis Yin.

Theatre program.

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Named Person: Ian Hay; Stephen King-Hall
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 862061626

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A special limited edition season to aid the Adelaide Children's Hospital Building Appeal at the Space from 21st to 30th September 1978.

Starring David Burchell and Francis Yin.

Theatre program.

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