Herbert, Jocelyn (22 of 28)  National Sound Archive: General Collection

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  • Recording date

    1992, 1992-05-19

  • Recording locations

    Interviewee's homes in London and Hampshire

  • Interviewees

    Herbert, Jocelyn 1917-2003 (speaker, female)

  • Interviewers

    Courtney, Cathy (speaker, female)

  • Abstract

    Part 22: Leslie Hurry’s theatre designs. JH’s Richard 111 at Stratford on Avon, directed by Bill Gaskill [William Gaskill]. Details Andrews Farm, JH and George Devine’s home in Hampshire; details paintings JH has hung. Paintings in parents’ house when JH was growing up. Victor Pasmore’s work; Wendy Pasmore’s work. Further details paintings JH has. Anthony Lousada as painter. The Tides, JH’s home with Lousada; development of her own paintings during this period. Lists homes after leaving parents’ home. Mary Potter, her paintings. Paintings Anthony Lousada inherited from his parents. Meeting Leslie Hurry when JH was working on Richard 111 at Stratford on Avon.

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    Life story interview with Jocelyn Herbert (1917-2003), theatre designer.

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