Haunting Julia: Archive Images

A collection of archive material, posters, rehearsal and production images pertaining to Alan Ayckbourn's Haunting Julia. The Archive Images page is presented in association with the Borthwick Institute for Archives at the University of York where the Ayckbourn Archive is held. Click on an image to expand.

Haunting Julia (1994)

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This letter from Alan Ayckbourn to the West End producer Michael Codron is the earliest known reference to Haunting Julia. It also confirms the play was an unscheduled choice due to funding issues at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in the Round, Scarborough, in 1994.

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A concept for the original poster for the world premiere of Haunting Julia in 1994. Designed by Pure Design in Hull, the poster was simplified for the final design to just the bed, the teddy and the ghostly figure.

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A behind-the scenes photo of the original company of Haunting Julia for The Scarborough Evening News in 1994. Clockwise from top left: Ian Hogg, Alan Ayckbourn, Damian & Adrian McLoughlin. Due to copyright restrictions pertaining to the actual production photographs, this is the only photo related to the world premiere available to reproduce on the website.

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The programme cover for the tour of Alan Ayckbourn Ayckbourn's 1999 revival of Haunting Julia at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough. This production marked the first time, the play had been performed in the end-stage as it was initially conceived.

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A publicity image of Alan Ayckbourn's 1999 revival of Haunting Julia at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough. This marked the first time the play was produced in the end-stage as conceived as can be seen of this image of the set with the company of Bill Champion, John Branwell & Richard Derrington.

Photographer: Tony Bartholomew (© Tony Bartholomew)
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The poster for the London premiere of Haunting Julia at the Riverside Studios in 2011.

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A publicity image for the London premiere of Haunting Julia in 2011 featuring Christopher Timothy, Dominic Hecht & Richard O'Callaghan.

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During the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 which closed all the UK's theatres, Alan Ayckbourn adapted Haunting Julia as an audio play for Christmas. This is his basic design of the set for Paul Stear, responsible for the final sound mix, to indicate the layout of the single-set play.

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