Mime sequences in the film version of KNOTS (1975) 1)Edward Petherbridge and Paola Dionisotti. 2)With Matthew Long. Laing's KNOTS was adapted for the stage by Edward Petherbridge and first presented in 1973 by the Actors' Company.
Edward Petherbridge sings 'When that I was and a little tiny boy' from Twelfth Night at the end of his one-man show Mister Dickens/Mr Shakespeare. Performed here at the Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon in 1999.
Three excerpts featuring Edward Petherbridge as Charlie Marsden in Eugene O'Neill's Strange Interlude. Also featured in these clips are Glenda Jackson as Nina, David Dukes as Darrell, Ken Howard as Sam, and Julie Eccles as Madeline.
Five to Eleven was a popular television programme on BBC1 which ran between 1986 and 1990.Here Edward Petherbridge presents poetry and prose on different stages of life, from birth through to old age and death.
In this clip from his one-man show Mr Dickens/Mr Shakespeare (1999), Edward Petherbridge performs Sonnet 57 ('Being your slave, what should I do but tend/Upon the hours and times of your desire?) as a mobile-phone message.
Edward Petherbridge's beautifully drawn and deeply moving portrait of Charles Dickens's Doctor Marigold. From his one-man show Mr Dickens/Mr Shakespeare, performed here at the Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon in 1999.