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The Love School

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The Brotherhood by john HALE with Peter Egan as Millais Ben Kingsley as Rossetti Bernard Lloyd as Holman Hunt
1848-year of revolutions throughout Europe, reflected in London by a group of young painters. A secret society is formed to storm that citadel of the art Establishment, the Royal Academy. The society is known as the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.
Costume designer RITA REEKIE Make-up artist EILEEN MAtit Designer FANNY TAYLOR Producer ROSEMARY HILL DirectorROBERT KNIGHTS
Book (same title), 40p from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: John Hale
Unknown: Peter Egan
Unknown: Millais Ben Kingsley
Unknown: Rossetti Bernard Lloyd
Unknown: Holman Hunt
Designer: Rita Reekie
Artist: Eileen Matit
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Producer: Rosemary Hill
Director: Robert Knights
Mrs Millais: Peggy Ann Wood
Model: Elissa Derwent
Frederick Stephens: David Troughton
William Millais: David Wood
William Rossetti: Nickolas Grace
Mrs Rossett: Lizabella Telezynska
Christina Rossetti: Aviva Goldkorn
Mr Rossetti: George Herbert
James Collinson: John Quentin
Thomas Woolner: Gareth Hunt
Ragged child: Sean Hyde
Annie Miller: Sheila White
Dancers: Maggy Maxwell
: Barbara Clift
Lizzie Siddal: Patricia Quinn
Queen Victoria: Christine Ozanne
Euphemia Ruskin: Anne Kidd
John Ruskin: David Collings

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