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Beautifully bound, top quality 8” x 8” hardback photobook with a glossy yellow cover and orange bound edge. The 60 pages and 126 photos include list of cast members, production team and supporters of New College Durham Performing Arts.

Please preview the book from the link below and is best viewed full screen.

There are two versions of the photobook with a different cover image on each of them although the inside pages are identical in every way.

Please state which one you would like to order, either V1 or V2.

To order:
In the ‘Item Description’ enter ‘CIRCLE V1 or V2 + Your Name’
In the ‘Total Cost’ enter ‘£69.99’ or multiples of if you want more than one
Click ‘Submit Secure Payment’ which takes you to PayPal
After payment is made email with your name and address and phone number.
Call me if you need help.

Individual prints, canvas, photoblocks, acrylics are available to purchase.

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Taken at the dress rehearsal there are 138 photos from the 42nd Street performed at the Gala Theatre by Durham Musical Theatre Company. To purchase a disk with the full set of images please go to the Pay Now page and in the Item Description enter ’42ndStreet-YourName’ then send me an email to with your address and I’ll link it up with the payment.

The full resolution images are suitable for printing but copyright does not allow for copying or sharing online. The disk will also include a folder with low resolution watermarked images for posting on social media sites. The dvd is £12.99 including a 15% donation to Durham Musical Theatre Company from each order received.

If you are interested in using one or more of the images onto a canvas or other product please let me know.

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These show promo shots were taken at two locations. The 42nd Street ‘Gypsy Tea Kettle’ was in fact Vennels Cafe which is a hidden gem off Saddler Street in Durham City. It was bright and early on a Sunday morning before the cafe opened and the girls looked great in their dresses and hats. We were on a tight schedule as it was due to be opening within the hour.

The Gala Theatre where we have performed since it was opened just over 10 years ago were kind enough to allow us to take some shots on stage and in the dressing room to act out some of the scenes from the show itself.

The publicity worked a treat as the show was completely sold out for the week. Find out more about Durham Musical Theatre Company and see regular updates on their Facebook or Twitter pages.

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