Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Katharine Thomson

Letter No.: 
16th April, 1952.

The White Gates,

Dear Mrs Thomson

It was so good of you to tell me about the performance on Friday.1  I was very much interested in the ‘Birmingham Post’ criticism.  I do not think myself that the production was so bad as they make out, unless of course owing to a smaller stage they had to modify it a great deal.
It was so nice of Elizabeth to write to me.
What I should really like to see in the way of production is more or less like an Elizabethan stage without scenery, but galleries &c.
Ys sincerely

R. Vaughan Williams

Mrs. Thomson,
84, Oakfield Road,
Selly Park,

1. Of Sir John in Love??.

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Add. MS 71536, f. 40
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Typewritten, signed.

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