This mean & moody photo of Arthur Darvill was taken last year at the stage door of Once on Broadway. A framed copy of the photo and an autograph card signed by Arthur Darvill are currently included in a charity auction which runs through until Sunday 29th June.
As an unexpected bonus, the reverse of the card has also been signed by Orlando Bloom. #random
If you’d like to bid on the photo/card package the listing can be found among 37 other great items here: http://tinyurl.com/lx5nr9t
Check out my website http://www.forget-me-not-project.co.uk for more info.
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I am currently auctioning off a number of rare playbills in aid of Leukaemia Research, including this one from the Tony Award-winning 2011 revival of Anything Goes.
It has been signed by Sutton Foster, Colin Donnell & Laura Osnes & several other cast members.
The auctions runs until Sunday 29th June. Full listings -which include loads more signed playbills -can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/mhq2k7k
Please check out my website at http://www.forget-me-not-project.co.uk for more info on the great items and big names included in The Forget-Me-Not Project so far.
I was lucky enough to see The Book of Mormon on Broadway just before its official opening night in March 2011 (and even luckier that I paid less than $100 for a seat in the front orchestra stalls!!!)
This is one of my prized souvenirs from that night and I am now offering it for sale via an Ebay charity auction in aid of Leukaemia Research, in memory of my younger sister, Sue.
It is extremely rare and highly-collectable, having been signed by Andrew Rannells, Josh Gad, Nikki M. James and several other original Broadway cast members.
You can check it together with my other auction listings here: http://tinyurl.com/mlqg4px
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Rare OBC signed playbills for sale!
1) Jersey Boys: 2007 playbill signed by Original Broadway Cast members incl John Lloyd Young, Christian Hoff, Daniel Reichard & J. Robert Spencer.
2) Spamalot: 2005 playbill signed by Sara Ramirez, David Hyde Pierce, Alan Tudyk & Michael McGrath.
3) Catch Me If You Can: 2011 playbill signed by Aaron Tveit & other members of original cast.
4) Nice Work If You Can Get It: 2012 playbill signed by members of OBC including Matthew Broderick, Kelli O’Hara, Judy Kaye & Michael McGrath.
These plus several other highy-collectable signed playbills are available to bid on in a charity auction which runs until 29th June: http://tinyurl.com/mlqg4px
Full details can be found at www.forget-me-not-project.co.uk
I was lucky enough to see ‘Little Miss Sunshine’ at Second Stages last year. Its stars - Wesley Taylor, Stephanie J Block & Rory O’Malley - were all kind enough to pose for these charity ‘flower photos’ and sign autograph cards, as well as signing my playbill. I am now auctioning all of these items off for charity as part of an auction that runs until 29th June.
Full listings can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/mlqg4px
As well as these 4 items there are a further 15 Broadway playbills, 1 West End programme and 17 other unique photo/autograph sets (including Arthur Darvill, Billy Crystal, Orlando Bloom, Kelli O’Hara, Robin Williams & Julia Murney).
Please check out the auction or the website www.forget-me-not-project.co.uk for full details.
Shares and re-blogs would be greatly appreciated!
L-R: Pippa Harris, Jenny Agutter, Heidi Thomas
Three lovely ladies of Call the Midwife featured at the Hay Festival today (1st June) and were kind enough to pose for theses charity ‘flower photos’, as well as autographing a Call the Midwife box set which will be included in a forthcoming auction in aid of Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.
Thank you to all 3 for the photos, the autographs and a thoroughly entertaining talk.
Pictured above are two new charity ‘flower photos’ which were captured at the opening night of The Pajama Game musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre on 13th May. More new photos will be uploaded soon, all to be auctioned (along with unique signed postcards) in aid of Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.
1) Sherlock actor / Dr Who writer Mark Gatiss
2) Former Dr Who, actor Peter Davison
Spare playbills cluttering up your storage?
I have been collecting playbills for a number of years and have sold quite a fair few signed ones in aid of charity since 2011. I am planning to put more of my collection up for sale in the coming months to raise more money (in memory of my sister who died of Acute Myleoid Leukaemia). So far I have raised over £4000 ($7000) by auctioning mainly theatre-related items, but I’d love to step it up this year…
It looks like future Broadway trips may be out of the question due to a recently announced redundancy. Therefore I am throwing myself on the mercy of the playbill collectors of tumblr to ask if anyone would be willing to collect / donate / send any spares they have so that I can include them in future auctions? I would happily cover all postage & packing costs (I’m in the UK).
Please get in touch if you think you can help - all offers gratefully considered.
This Jessica Raine ‘flower photo’ (with accompanying signed postcard) and ‘Call the Min-wife’ caricature of Jenny Lee (also signed by Jessica Raine) are two of the items currently on offer in a charity auction in aid of Leukaemia Research.
Please check it out here:
Ends 30th March, plenty of other CTM and theatre-related items included!
Please take a look and share the link.
So, three of my favourite things are running the Forget-Me-Not Project / going to the theatre / watching Call the Midwife. I especially love combining all 3 in one, as the above picture illustrates.
I met Bryony Hannah (Cynthia Miller) after a recent trip to see her in ‘Blurred Lines’ at the National Theatre. She kindly posed for a charity ‘flower photo’ and autographed a few items, including the lovely Min-wife caricature of Cynthia drawn by artist Grace Fox. The photo, an accompanying autograph card, the signed drawing and a signed programme from ‘The Children’s Hour’ (arguably Bryony Hannah’s break out role) are all up for sale in my current charity auction which ends on 30th March:
100% of proceeds go to Leukaemia Research and there are many other CTM and theatre-related items on offer, so please check it out and spread the word.