The Helpmann files in the Library’s PROMPT collection document the extensive career overseas of Robert Helpmann as dancer, choreographer, director, and actor.

Helpmann’s career in Australia with the Australian Ballet and other Australian companies, and in the Old Vic Co. tour of Australia in 1955 are not listed here. Material relating to these aspects of his career is held in the PROMPT files under the respective names of the companies. Helpmann’s Australian and New Zealand tours of Nude with violin is such an example where it is held in the J.C.Williamson General files in the PROMPT Collection.

Content

Printed materials in the PROMPT collection include programs, and printed ephemera such as brochures, leaflets, tickets, etc. Theatre programs are taken as the prime documentary evidence of a performance by Helpmann. In a few cases however, the only evidence for a Helpmann performance is a piece of printed ephemera other than a full program. In these cases the details are in italics. Examples of this occur during part of the Sadler’s Wells Ballet seasons at Covent Garden in 1948 and 1949 in which fold-out brochures give basic daily listings for several weeks of the repertoire to be performed and some of the artists appearing. Details of Helpmann’s scheduled appearances have been extracted from these lists, but there is no guarantee that he actually appeared in the performance. In the case of triple bills there is no indication of the role/s he was to have danced. If, at a later stage, a program is acquired for any of those performances it is then taken as the prime document and supersedes the brochure listing as evidence of Helpmann’s actual appearance.

The Helpmann files in the PROMPT collection also includes a miscellaneous box of ephemera items.

Access

The Helpmann PROMPT collection may be requested via the catalogue.

There are a number of boxes of material so readers are advised to specify the type of performance (eg film, theatre or ballet) and the year or year range they require, in their request.

Other Helpmann collections

A variety of material relating to Helpmann are accessible through the Library's catalogue, including papers and scrapbooks belonging to Sir Robert Helpmann, biographical cuttings, pictures and photographs, books about Helpmann, the ballet companies he performed with, the films he acted in, etc., as well as serials and newspapers containing reviews and articles.

Arrangement

The list is in four sequences:

  • Film
  • Theatre (ie Helpmann as actor and director working in drama, comedy, opera, revue)
  • Ballet
  • Miscellaneous

The arrangement in each sequence is chronological by year and then by month, week or day. Entries for each program are then arranged by City. Venue/Theatre. Company Name.

All dates are based on evidence in the programs or ephemera.

Name of ballet/play in bold face : author in the case of plays : character/s played or danced by RH and/or indications of his role as Director, Choreographer etc.

The listing also notes the number of copies held, autographs, photos, biographies given in the program and significant partners in dance such as Dame Margot Fonteyn.

Film

1945 Henry V (L. Olivier, prod. & dir. in close association with the editor, Reginald Beck) -- Bishop of Ely Laurence Olivier's presentation in Technicolour of Henry V [at] Marble Arch Pavilion. 1 folded sheet ([3] p.)
1948 The Red Shoes (J.A. Rank, dir. Powell, Pressburger) -- Ivan Boleslawsky ; Choreographed by RH Souvenir program. USA. [16] p. Red cover with ill. of legs in red pumps on points
1948 The Story of the Red Shoes — Ivan Boleslawsky Souvenir program. Sydney. [16] p. Moira Shearer with Massine on cover (3 copies)
1948 The Red Shoes Review article from The dancing times, Sept. 1948, p.:647-648, 653 “Red Shoes” and “The Unfinished Dance” : dance film notes / by John K. Newnham
1948 The Red Shoes Advertisement flyer in colour for Greater Union. 35 mm. release, 1989? Includes photos of RH 3 copies
1948 The Red Shoes Newspaper article from The Australian, Sept. 24, 1999 “Third Man first film / by Dalya Alberge” Top ten favourite British films of the 20th century
1951 The Tales of Hoffmann (London Films, dir. M. Powell) Choreographed by Frederick Ashton Lindorf in the Prologue and Epilogue ; Coppelius in Act I, The Tale of Olympia; Dapertutto in Act II, The Tale of Giulietta Souvenir program. New York. [16] p.
1951?

The Tales of Hoffman (London Filmes, dir. M. Powell) Choreographed by Frederick Ashton. Lindorf in the Prologue and Epilogue ; Coppelius in Act I, The Tale of Olympia ; Dapertutto in Act II, The Tale of Giulietta. Souvenir program, 1 p. 3 x fold.

1951? Brisbane. His Majesty's Theatre The Tales of Hoffmann — Lindorf in the Prologue and Epilogue ; Coppelius in Act I, The Tale of Olympia; Dapertutto in Act II, The Tale of Giulietta Souvenir program(2 p.)
1973

Sydney Opera House Don Quixote (dir. R. Nureyev & R. Helpman). Choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev after Petipa. World premiere, 19th July, 1973 [1 p.]

Theatre

1933
February
London. Gate Theatre Studio I Hate Men (Godfrey) – Young man
1933
21 June

Hammersmith, Lyric Theatre. The Fantasticks (Rostand) – “Persons of the Ballet”

1934
5 June
London. Savoy Theatre Precipice (Gregory) -- Duval
1935 (18 March) London. Adelphi Theatre Clifford Whitely's Revue. Stop Press Lonely Heart Column ; Book of the Month “The Beggar’s Dream” — Beggar ; Revolt In Cuba ; Echo of Former Romance
1935 (8 July) Golders Green Hippodrome Clifford Whitely’s [Revue]. Stop Press Lonely Heart Column ; Book of the Month “The Beggar’s Dream” – Beggar ; Revolt In Cuba ; Echo of Former Romance
1935 (15 July) London. Streatham Hill Theatre Clifford Whitely’s [Revue]. Stop Press Lonely Heart Column ; Book of the Month “The Beggar’s Dream” – Beggar ; Revolt In Cuba ; Echo of Former Romance
1936 (9-16 June) Cambridge. Arts Theatre. The Footlights Dramatic Club. Turn Over A New Leaf. Choreographed by RH Includes port.
1937 (8-15 June) Cambridge. Arts Theatre. The Footlights Dramatic Club. Full Swing. Choreographed by RH. Includes port.
1937 (26 Dec.) London. The Old Vic. Sadler’s Wells. Season 1937-38 A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare) – Oberon, King of the Fairies
1938 (5 February) London. The Old Vic. The Old Vic Company A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare) — Oberon, King of The Fairies
1938 April London. The People’s National Theatre. The Playhouse Theatre The Insect play (by the brothers Capek) Felix in Act I ; Mr Cricket in Act II ; Chief of the Yellow Ants in Act III 3 copies, one with cover ill. by Mervyn Peake
1938 (26 Dec. – 4 weeks) London. The Old Vic. Sadler’s Wells. Season 1938-39 A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare) – Oberon, King of the Fairies
1939 (?) London. New Theatre. The Old Vic. Theatre Company Peer Gynt (Ibsen) – Arrangements of grouping and movement
1939-1945? London. His Majesty’s Theatre, Haymarket The Merry Widow (Lehar) – Choreography
1939-1945? London. Saville Theatre Fine and Dandy – Dances arranged by RH
1939-1945? London. Princes Theatre Wild Rose -- Dances arranged by RH
1939 (28 March) London. The Old Vic. The Old Vic. Company. Season 1938-39 The Taming Of The Shrew (Shakespeare) — Gremio, an old gentleman ; Nicholas, a servant ; a tailor
1939 (24 April) London. The Old Vic. The Old Vic. Company Shakespeare Birthday Festival The Taming Of The Shrew -- Tailor
1944 (12 February) London. New Theatre. The Old Vic Company Hamlet (Shakespeare) — Hamlet 2 copies
1946 (29 July) London. Palace Theatre Song of Norway – Choreography of the Concert Ballet and Freddy and His Fiddle are by RH
1946 (12 December) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Covent Garden Opera Trust The Fairy Queen (Purcell) — Oberon
1947 (17 February) Brighton. Theatre Royal The White Devil (Webster) — Flamineo
1947 London. The Duchess Theatre He Who Gets Slapped (Andreyev) — Prince 2 copies
1947 (March-April) London. The Duchess Theatre The White Devil (Webster) — Flamineo 4 copies (1 copy autographed by RH)
1947 (June) London. Duchess Theatre. He Who Gets Slapped (Andreyev) – Prince 2 copies
1948 Straford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. 1948 Festival Festival souvenir [20] p. Port. of RH autographed by him
1948 Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. 1948 Festival The Merchant Of Venice (Shakespeare) — Shylock
1948 Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. 1948 Festival The Life and Death of King John (Shakespeare) — King John 2 copies
1948 Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. 1948 Festival The Tragedy of Hamlet (Shakespeare) — Hamlet
1948 Theatre world, July (periodical) Photos of Stratford-upon-Avon season — King John — Shylock — Hamlet Article about the productions

1949 (12 December)

London.  Strand Theatre. Queen Elizabeth Slept Here (Rothwell) -- Clayton Shaw. A farcical comedy

195? London. New Theatre. The Old Vic Theatre Company Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare) ; Dances arranged by RH
1950 London. Adelphi Theatre Golden City (Tore) ; Dances arranged by RH
1951 (24 April) Manchester. Opera House. A Festival of Britain Production Caesar and Cleopatra (Shaw) -- Appolodorus
1951 (1-5 May) Manchester. Opera House. A Festival of Britain Production Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare) – Octavius Caesar
1951 (10 May -) London. St James Theatre. A Festival of Britain Production Caesar and Cleopatra (Shaw) — Apollodorus
1951 (11 May -) London. St James's Theatre. A Festival of Britain Production Anthony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare) — Octavius Caesar
1951 (20 November)

Liverpool.  Royal Court Theatre. Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare) -- Octavius Caesar

1952 (28 January) New York. Ziegfeld Theatre Caesar and Cleopatra (Shaw) – Apollodorus ; Anthony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare) — Octavius Caesar
1952 (9 June) Manchester. Opera House. Tennent Productions The Millionairess (Shaw) – The Doctor
1952 (27 June-

London. New Theatre. Tennent Productions
The Millionairess (Shaw) – The Doctor

1952 (June) London. New Theatre The Millionairess (Shaw) — The Doctor
1952 (4 August-)

Manchester. Opera House. The Wedding Ring (Tunney & Wardell) – Director.

1952 (25 Aug)

London. New Theatre. Tennent Productions. The Millionairess (Shaw) – The Doctor

1952 (8 Sept)

London. New Theatre. Tennent Productions. The Millionairess (Shaw) – The Doctor

1952 Theatre world, August (periodical) The Millionairess (Shaw) Photos of the production including RH — The Doctor Also a biography of RH
1952 (December) New York. Sam S. Shubert Theatre. The Theatre Guild The Millionairess (Shaw) — The Doctor
1953 (30 March - ) London. The Old Vic. The Old Vic Company Murder In The Cathedral (Eliot) ; Produced by RH
1954 (8 January)

London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. Opera Season Madam Butterfly (Puccini) -- Producer

1954 (1 March-)

Liverpool. Royal Court Theatre. Tennent Productions. After the Ball (Coward) – Director

1954 (22 March- )

Birmingham. Alexandra Theatre. Tennent Productions. After the Ball (Coward) – Director

1954 (5 April-) Manchester. Opera House. Tennent Productions After the Ball (Coward) -- Director
1954 (12 April-) Leeds. Grand Theatre and Opera House. Tennent Productions After the Ball (Coward) -- Director
1954 (13 April) London. The Old Vic. Theatre. The Old Vic. Company The Tempest (Shakespeare) – Produced by RH
1954 (11 May-22 May)

Brighton. Theatre Royal. Tennent Productions. After the Ball (Coward) – Director

1954 (14 May) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. Opera Season Le Coq D’Or (Kimsky-Korsakov) – Producer and choreographer ; Scenery and costumes by Loudon Sainthill
1954 (22 May) London. The Old Vic. The Old Vic Company The Tempest (Shakespeare) ; Produced by RH
1954 (14 June – November) London. Globe Theatre. After the Ball (Coward) – Director
1954 (23 August – 11 September) Edinburgh. Kings Theatre. Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama The Soldiers Tale (Stravinsky) — The Devil ; Choreographed by RH
1954 ( 31 August- 11 September) Edinburgh. Empire Theatre. Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama A Midsummer Night’s Tale (Shakespeare) – Oberon ; Choreographed by RH
1954 (September) New York. Metropolitan Opera House. The Old Vic Company A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare) — Oberon ; Choreographed by RH Details, portraits and review by Maurice Zolotow In: Theatre arts, Nov. 1954, pp. 14-15 ; 88
1954 London. The Old Vic Company A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare) ; Choreographed by RH Souvenir Program including full page portrait of RH and biography 2 copies
1954 (Oct. 16 & 17)

New York. Metropolitan Opera House. The Old Vic Company.  A Midsummer Nights Dream (Shakespeare); Choreographed by RH.  RH also plays Oberon.

1954 (6 Dec. -)

Bournemouth. Pavillion Theatre. Tennent Productions. After the Ball (Coward) – Director

1954 (13 Dec. -)

Stratford-Upon-Avon. Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. Tennent Productions. After the Ball (Coward) – Director

1955 (March - London. The Old Vic. Theatre. The Old. Vic. 1954/1955 Season As You Like It (Shakespeare) – Producer
1956 (12 June) London. The Old Vic. Theatre. The Old Vic. 1955/1956 Season Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare) – Producer
1956 (27 August) Manchester. Opera House. The Old Vic. Company Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare) – Producer ; Costumes and décor by Loudon Sainthill
1957?

London. Globe Theatre. Nude with violin (Coward) - Sebastien

1957 (22 January) London. The Old Vic Theatre. The Old Vic Company The Two Gentleman of Verona (Shakespeare) — Launce, manservant of Proteus ; Dances arranged by RH 2 copies
1957 (23 April) London. The Old Vic Theatre. The Old Vic Company The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare) — Saturninus The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare) — Doctor Pinch
1957 London. The Old Vic Theatre. The Old Vic Company The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare) — Shylock
1957 London. The Old Vic Theatre. The Old Vic Company The Tragedy of King Richard III (Shakespeare) — Richard, Duke of Gloucester, later Richard III
1957 Theatre world, February (periodical) The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare) Photos of the production including RH as Shylock Article in which RH discusses his roles in the Merchant of Venice and Richard III
1957 (August) Edinburgh. The English Stage Company. Edinburgh International Festival. Royal Lyceum Theatre Nekrassov (Sartre) — Georges de Valera
1957 (September) London. Royal Court Theatre. The English Stage Company Nekrassov (Sartre) — Georges de Valera Full page photo of RH as Georges De Valera 2 copies
1957 (September 2) Oxford. New Theatre. Nekrassov (Sartre) — Georges de Valera
1957 Theatre world, October (periodical) Nekrassov (Sartre) Photos of the production including RH as Georges de Valera
1957 (29 October - London. Piccadilly Theatre The Marriage-Go-Round (Stevens) ; Directed by RH
1958 Theatre world, January (periodical) Photo of RH with Noel Coward
1958 (January) London. Globe Theatre Nude With Violin (Coward) — Sebastian
1958 (3 February)

Streatham Hill Theatre. Nude with violin (Coward) - Sebastien

1958 (10 February) London. Golders Green Hippodrome Nude With Violin (Coward) — Sebastian
1958 (18 March) London. The Old Vic. Theatre. The Old Vic. Company A private performance in the gracious presence of H.M. The Queen and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare) – Launce, Act IV, Scene 2
1958 (April) London. Royal Court Theatre. English Stage Company A record of two years work 3 scenes from Nekrassov ( Sartre) – Nekrassov alias Georges de Valera Port. of RH
1959?

Touring. Aladdin (Cole Porter) – choreographed by RH, scenery and costumes by Loudon Sainthill.

1959?

London. Coliseum Aladdin (Cole Porter) – directed and choreographed by RH, scenery and costumes by Loudon Sainthill.

1959 (16 May?) London. Golders Green Hippodrome The Marriage-Go-Round (Stevens) – Director
1959 (29 October) London. Piccadilly Theatre The Marriage-Go-Round (Stevens) – Director
1960 (May?)

New York. Helen Hayes Theatre. Roger L. Stevens and S Hurok. Duel of Angels (Giraudoux) – Director

1962 (22 November) London. Royal Opera House. Le Coq D’Or (Rimsky-Korsakov) – Producer and director ; scenery and costumes by Loudon Sainthill Program fragment
1964 (19 August) London. Theatre Royal. Drury Lane Camelot (Lerner and Loewe) ; Directed and choreographed by RH Portrait and biography of RH Laurence Harvey as Arthur · Programme (18 p.) ; 25 cm., white cover · Souvenir (16 p.) ; 28 cm., orange cover
1965 (February?) London. Theatre Royal. Drury Lane Camelot (Lerner and Loewe) -- Directed and choreographed by RH Portrait and biography of RH Paul Daneman as Arthur · Programme (18 p.) ; 25 cm., white cover · Souvenir (16 p.) ; 28 cm., orange cover
1965

Liverpool.  Royal Court Theatre. La Contessa (Osborn) -- Directed by RH

1965 (April)

Newcastle Upon Tyne -- Theatre Royal. La Contessa (Osborn)

1966 (January)? Edinburgh. King’s Theatre Camelot (Lerner and Loewe) – The original Drury Lane Production as directed and choreographed by Robert Helpmann
1972 (26 December)? London. London Coliseum Peter Pan (Barrie) – The Robert Helpmann Production · Includes port. of RH
1981 Washington DC. John F Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts. Eisenhower Theatre Sarah In America (Wolff) ; Directed by RH Biography of RH
1982 Chichester. Chichester Festival Theatre Valmouth (Wilson) — Cardinal Pirelli
1982? (10-20 March) Denver. Col. Denver Auditorium Theatre. Collette : a musical Flyer with RH in cast list

Ballet

1933 (18 April)

London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet. Job – one of His Seven Sons.

1933 (24 April)

London. Sadler's’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet. Coppelia – one of the Village Dancers

1933 (13 November) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Program for The foolish virgins. Includes RH listed as “Member of the Ballet Company” but not in this ballet.
1933 (18 November)

London Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Old Vic. Isar Saltan – Clown in the Island of Bujan.

1934 London. Regent’s Park. Open Air Theatre Souvenir RH in Scenes from the Ballet
1934 (1 Jan)

London. Sadler's Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet. Pomona - Vertumnus

1934 (6 Jan)

London Sadler's Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet. Carnaval - Florestan

1934 (8 Jan)

London. Sadler's Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet. Giselle - Hilarion

1934 (19Feb)

London. Sadler's Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet. Les Sylphides – Mazurka
Dante Sonata – Children of Darkness
Checkmate – The Red King

1934 (10 April)

London. Sadler's Wells Theatre.  The Vic-Wells Ballet. Carnaval - Florestan

1934 (30 October) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet The Haunted Ballroom The Master of Treginnis (with Margot Fontes i.e. Margot Fonteyn) Casse Noisette, President in Act I (with Margot Fontes i.e. Margot Fonteyn) ; Pas de deux and variation, Act II
1935 (7th January) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Carnaval Pierrot Les Sylphides — in Nocturne ; Mazurka and Valse Job Satan
1935 (29 January) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Le Spectre de la Rose — The Spirit of the Rose (with Fonteyn)
1935 (12 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Le Spectre de la Rose The Spirit of the Rose The Jar Don Lollo Zirafa (a rich farmer) Les Rendezvous — in Pas de Trois and Pas de Six
1935 (21 February) London. Palace Theatre. Anna Pavolva Memorial Matinee Les Lac des Cygnes — in Adagio
1935 (26 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet The Jar Don Lollo Zirafa (a rich farmer) The Lord of Burleigh Lord of Burleigh
1935 (6 April) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet The Haunted Ballroom — The Master of Tregennis Casse Noisette — President in Act I, The Danse Chinoise, Act 2
1935 (16 April) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Giselle Count Albrecht
1936 (24 January) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Siesta Façade — Squire (with Fonteyn) Job — Satan (with Fonteyn)
1936 (1 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Baiser de la Fee — Villager Douanes — Cook’s Man
1936 (14 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Apparitions — The Poet (with Fonteyn) Douanes Cook’s Man
1936 (5 May) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet The Gods Go Abegging — Nobleman Copy incomplete
1936 (9 May) London. Old Vic Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Le Lac Des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)
1936 (15 May) London. Old Vic Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet The Gods Go Abegging — Nobleman
Apparitions — The Poet
Façade — The Squire
1936 (20 October) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. In conjunction with the Old Vic. Le Baiser de la Fee — Villager
Prometheus — Prometheus. Arranged by Constant Lambert
Façade — Squire (with Fonteyn)
1936 (24 November) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Coppelia — village dancer.
1937 (8 January) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. In conjunction with the Old Vic. Casse Noisette one of Incroyables et Merveilleuses; Pas de Deux
1937 (11 January) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. Gala variety. With stars of the Stage, the Films and Broadcasting. Devised and staged by Patrick Campbell. Perpetuum mobile. — RH with Joy Newton
1937 (30 January) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. In conjunction with the Old Vic. Prometheus — one of Two Friends Giselle — Court Albrecht
1937 (2 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Apparitions The Poet (with Fonteyn) Façade — Squire (with Fonteyn)
1937 (13 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Casse Noisette, — one of Incroyables et Merveilleuses in Act 1 Scene 1 ; in Pas de Deux in Act II (with Fonteyn) ; in Variation in Act II Job Satan
1937 (23 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Nocturne — A Young Man Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux and Ensemble (with Fonteyn)
1937 (2 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic Wells Ballet Le Lac des Cygnes Prince Siegfried
1937 (5 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Giselle — Count Albrecht (with Fonteyn) Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux and Ensemble (with Fonteyn)
1937 (9 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Apparitions The Poet (with Fonteyn) Façade The Squire
1937 (13 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Le Lac des Cygnes Prince Siegfried
1937 (16 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Giselle — Count Albrecht (with Fonteyn)
1937 (27 March) London. London Coliseum. King George's Pension Fund for Actors and Actresses
A Royal Matinee in the presence of their Majesties the King and Queen in aid of the above fund.
Prologue from "Pagliacci" - Harlequin (with Fonteyn)
1937 (16 April) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet The Haunted Ballroom — The Master of Tregennis Prometheus — Prometheus Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux and Ensemble (with Fonteyn)
1937 (24 April) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Douanes — Cook’s Man Casse Noisette — one of Incroyables et Merveilleuses in Act I, Scene I and Chocolat : Danse Espagnole in Act II
1937 (30 April) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Giselle — Count Albrecht (with Fonteyn) Façade The Squire
1937 (17 May) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Casse Noisette — one of Incroyables et Merveilleuses in Act I, Scene I in Pas de Deux and Variation, Act II (with Fonteyn)
1937 (18 May) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Nocturne — A Young Man A Wedding Bouquet Bridegroom
1937 ( 28 May) London. His Majesty’s Theatre. Nijinsky matinee for the benefit of Vaslav Nijinsky. Ballet Pomona.— in Pas de deux (with Fonteyn)
1937 (13 September)

Leeds.  Grand Theatre and Opera House
Checkmate – The Red King

1937 (19 October) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Pomona Vertumnus The Rake’s Progress — The Rake A Wedding Bouquet — The Bridegroom (with Fonteyn)
1937 (6 November) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet. Façade — The Squire Le Lac des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried
1937 (20 Nov)

London.  Sadler’s Wells Theatre. In conjunction with the Old Vic. A Wedding Bouquet – Bridegroom Checkmate – The Red King

1938 (17 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Les Rendezvous — soloist and in Pas de Trois Nocturne — A Young Man (with Fonteyn)
1938 (24 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Pomona — Vertumnus Le Lac Des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)
1938 (3 March)

London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre.  The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Giselle – Count Albrecht. Façade – The Squire

1938 (17 March)   London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet A Wedding Bouquet — The Bridegroom (with Fonteyn) Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux.
1938 (29 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Carnaval — Florestàn Prometheus — Prometheus Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux (with Fonteyn)
1938 (10 May) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Checkmate — The Red King The Judgement of Paris — Paris (First Performance) Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux and Ensemble Photo of RH
1938 (12 May) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Le Roi Nu The Emperor Nocturne A Young Man (with Fonteyn) Checkmate — The Red King
1938 (20 October) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet The Emperor’s New Clothes — The Emperor Les Sylphides — in Nocturne (with Fonteyn) ; Mazurka ; Valse Checkmate — The Red King
1938 (3 November) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet A Wedding Bouquet — The Bridegroom (with Fonteyn) Apparitions — The Poet (with Fonteyn) Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux and Ensemble (with Fonteyn)
1938 (26 November) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Giselle — Count Albrecht (with Fonteyn) Façade The Squire
1938 (10 December) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Le Lac des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried
1938 (22 December) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet The Emperor’s New Clothes — The Emperor
1939? Brighton. Theatre Royal. The Vic-Wells Ballet Les Sylphides — in Mazurka (with Fonteyn) Checkmate — The Red King
1939? Brighton. Theatre Royal. The Vic-Wells Ballet The Rake’s Progress — The Rake Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux (with Fonteyn)
1939? Brighton. Theatre Royal. The Vic-Wells Ballet Les Sylphides — in Mazurka Façade — The Squire
1939-1945? (17 October) London. Princes Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Choreographer of the company with Ashton and de Valois Carnaval – Pierrot (with Fonteyn) The Prospect Before Us – Mr. O’Reilly

1939-1945? (3 November)

London.  Princes Theatre.  The Sadler’s Wells Ballet .Choreographer with Ashton and de Valois. Carnaval – Peirrot

1939 (7 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Apparitions — The Poet Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux and in Ensemble (with Fonteyn)
1939 (9 February) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet The Sleeping Princess — Prince Charming (with Fonteyn)
1939 (22 March) London. Royal Opera. Covent Garden. Vic.-Wells Ballet State performance by Command of His Majesty The King in honour of the visit of The President of the French Republic and Madam Lebrun. Sleeping Princess, Act III, The Wedding – Prince Charming (Pas de deux with Fonteyn)
1939 (23 March) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet The Rake’s Progress — The Rake Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux and in Ensemble (with Fonteyn)
1939 (1 April)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet
The Sleeping Princess – Prince Charming

194? (15 May) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Orpheus and Eurydice — Orpheus Façade — in Nocturne Peruvienne
194? (29 May) London. New Theatre. Sadler's Wells Ballet
Hamlet - Hamlet; choreographed by RH
1941? (24 May) London. New Theatre. Sadler’s Wells Ballet Les Lac des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn) The Prospect Before Us — Mr. O’Reilly, Manager of the King’s Theatre. Dante Sonata — one of the Children of Darkness (with Fonteyn)
194? (30 June) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Comus Comus ; Choreographed by RH Hamlet — Hamlet (with Fonteyn) ; Choreographed by RH
194? (9 July) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Hamlet — Hamlet (with Fonteyn) ; Choreographed by RH Façade — in Nocture Peruvienne, a Dago in the Tango (with Fonteyn), in Tarantelle Finale (with Fonteyn)
194? (9 December) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Comus — Comus ; Choreographed by RH Casse Noisette — The Nut Cracker Prince (with Fonteyn) The Birds ; Choreographed by RH
1940 (5 January) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Le Lac des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn) The Rake’s Progress — The Rake Les Patineurs — in Pas de Deux and in Ensemble (with Fonteyn)
1940 (23 January) London. Sadler’s Wells [Theatre].The Vic-Wells Ballet Dante Sonata – RH and company incl. Margot Fonteyn Checkmate – The Red King
1940 (25 January) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Vic-Wells Ballet Les Sylphides — in Nocture, Mazurka, Valse and Grand Valse (Finale) (with Fonteyn) Dante Sonata — one of the Children of Darkness (with Fonteyn)
1940 (3 April) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Les Sylphides — in Nocturne, Mazurka, Valse and Grand Valse (with Fonteyn) Dante Sonata — one of the Children of Darkness (with Fonteyn)
1940 (24 April) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Nocturne — A Young Man (with Fonteyn)
1940 (29 April) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Coppelia — Franz
1940 (1 May) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Dante Sonata — one of the Children of Darkness (with Fonteyn)
1940 (7 June) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Nocturne — A Young Man (with Fonteyn) Dante Sonata — one of the Children of Darkness (with Fonteyn)
1940 (26 June) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Apparitions — The Poet (with Fonteyn)
1940 (26 July) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Dante Sonata — one of the Children of Darkness (with Fonteyn) The Prospect Before Us — Mr. O’Reilly, Manager of the King’s Theatre
1940 (28 August) London. Sadler’s Wells Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Barabau — Barabau Giselle — Count Albrecht
1941 (1 February) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet The Wanderer — in Allegro con fuoco, Adagio, Presto and Finale (with Fonteyn) Coppèlia — in Pas de Deux, Variation and Czardas
1941? (24 February) Bournemouth, England. Bournemouth Pavilion. Sadler’s Wells Ballet The Rake’s Progress — The Rake Casse Noisette — Nut-Cracker Prince (with Fonteyn) The Birds ; Choreographed by RH
1941 (May)

London, New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Orpheus and Eurydice – Orpheus (with Fonteyn)

1941 (May 31

London, New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Le Lac Des Cygnes (Act II) – the Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)

1941 (June 7)

London, New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Orpheus and Eurydice – Orpheus (with Fonteyn)

1941 (June 18)

London, New Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Giselle (Act II) – Count Albrecht (with Fonteyn)

1941 (July 24)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Les Sylphides  (with Fonteyn). The Prospect Before Us – Mr O’Reilly. Façade

1941 (9 August) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet The Wise Virgins — The Bridegroom Apparitions — The Poet Les Sylphides
1941 (15-22 September)

London. Princes Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet
Orpheus and Eurydice - Orpheus
Façade - in Nocturne Peruvienne
Giselle - Count Albrecht
The Prospect Before Us - Mr O' Reilly
Le Lac Des Cygnes - The Prince Siegfried

1941 (29 September) London, New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet
Le Lac Des Cygnes - The Prince Siegfried
1941 (4 October) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet
Les Lac des Cygnes
— The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)
1941 (Oct 6 & 7)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet.The Sleeping Princess –Carabosse (the wicked fairy) in Prologue and Act 1 , Prince Charming in Act 11 and Act III (with Fonteyn)

1941 (Oct 8)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Apparitions – The Poet (with Fonteyn)

1941 (11 October) London. New Theatre. The Sadler's-Wells Ballet The Sleeping Princess — Carabosse (the wicked fairy) in Prologue and Act I as Prince Florimunde in Act II and Act III (with Fonteyn)
1941 (Oct 13)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Coppelia – Dr Coppelius

1941 (Oct 15)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. The Haunted Ballroom – The Master of Treginnis (with Fonteyn). Job - Satan

1941 (Oct 18)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. The Prospect Before Us – Mr O’Reilly. Giselle – Count Albrecht (with Fonteyn)

1941 (Oct 23)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Le Lac Des Cygnes – The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)

1941 (Oct 25)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. The Sleeping Princess  - Carabosse (the wicked fairy) in Prologue and Act I as Prince Charming in Act II & Act III (with Fonteyn)

1942 (Jan)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Comus – Comus (with Fonteyn) Façade – Nocturne Peruvienne

1942 (9 Feb)

Oxford – New Theatre Oxford. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Coppelia – Dr. Coppelius.

1942 (9Feb)

Oxford – New Theatre Oxford. The Sadler's’s Wells Ballet. Comus – Comus (with Fonteyn)

1942 (9 Feb)

Oxford – New Theatre Oxford. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. The Haunted Ballroom – The Master of Treginnis (with Fonteyn) Comus – Comus (with Fonteyn) Façade – Nocturne Peruvienne

1942 (20 April)

Oxford – New Theatre Oxford. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Le Lac Des Cygnes (Act II) – The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn) Façade  - Nocturne Peruvienne

1942 (20 April)

Oxford – New Theatre Oxford. The Sadler's’s Wells Ballet. Coppelia – Dr. Coppelius.

1942 (15 May)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Orpheus and Eurydice – Orpheus. Façade – Nocturne Peruvienne

1942 (16 May)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Comus - Comus

1942 (2 November) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet The Sleeping Princess Carabosse (the wicked fairy) in Prologue and Act I as Prince Florimunde in Act II and Act III (with Fonteyn)
1942 (4 November) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Comus — Comus (with Fonteyn). ; Choreographed by RH Dante Sonata — one of the Children of Darkness (with Fonteyn)
1942 (11 November) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet The Wanderer — in Allegro con Fuoco, Adagio, Presto and Finale–Allegro (with Fonteyn) The Rake’s Progress The Rake
1942 (17 November) London. New Theatre. The Sadler's-Wells Ballet The Sleeping Princess — Carabosse (the wicked fairy) in Prologue and Act I as Prince Florimunde in Act II and Act III (with Fonteyn)
1942 (5 December) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Comus — Comus (with Fonteyn) ; Choreographed by RH Façade — in Nocturne Peruvienne, — a Dago in Tango (with Fonteyn), in Tarantelle Finale (with Fonteyn)
1942 (15 December) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Coppelia Dr Coppelius (a toy maker)
1943 (28 January) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Les Lac des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)
1943 (10 May)

London – New Opera House. The Sadler Wells Ballet. Casse Noisette – The Nut-Cracker Prince (with Fonteyn)

1943 (10 May)

London – New Opera House. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. The Rakes Progress – The Rake (with Fonteyn)

1943 (5 June) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Dante Sonata — one of the Children of Darkness (with Fonteyn) The Prospect before Us Mr O’Reilly (Manager of the Pantheon) The Birds ; Choreographed by RH
1943 (19 June) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Hamlet — Hamlet (with Fonteyn) ; Choreographed by RH A Wedding Bouquet — Bridegroom (with Fonteyn) The Birds ; Choreographed by RH
1943 (30 September) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Les Lac des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)
1943 (9 October) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet The Quest — St George (The Red Cross Knight, personifying holiness) Façade — in Nocturne Peruvienne, a Dago in Tango, in Tarantelle Finale
1943 (15 Nov)

Sheffield, Lyceum Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Hamlet – a ballet in one scene – choreographed by RH and plays Hamlet

1944 (10 April) Wimbledon. Wimbledon Theatre. The Sadler's-Wells Ballet Hamlet — Choreographed by RH
1944 (9 May) London. Hammersmith. King’s Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Hamlet Hamlet (with Fonteyn) ; Choreographed by RH
1944 (10 May) London. Hammersmith. King’s Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Giselle — Count Albrecht (with Fonteyn)
1944 Theatre arts, June (periodical) “A New Hamlet: the London Scene”, References to RH, lacks photo
1944 (7 July) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Choreography of the company with Ashton and de Valois Façade – in Nocturne Peruvian, a Dago in Tango, in Tarantelle Finale
1944 (11 July) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Job — Satan Façade — in Nocturne Peruvienne, — a Dago in Tango, in Tarantelle Finale
1944 (15 July) London. New Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Choreographer of the company with Ashton and de Valois Job – Satan with Peggy van Praagh
1944 (28 August) Manchester. Opera House. Sadler’s Wells Ballet Coppelia — Dr. Coppelius
1944 (7 Nov)

London. Princes Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet.Miracle in the Gorbals – The Stranger. The Prospect Before Us – Mr O’Reilly

1944 (11 December) London, Hammersmith. King’s Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Le Lac des Cygnes — The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)
1945 (12 May) London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet
Le Lac Des Cygnes - The Prince Siegfried (with Fonteyn)
1945 (28 July) [Location and venue not given]. Sadler's Wells Nocturne – Young Man (with Fonteyn) The Prospect Before us – Mr O' Reilly (with Moira Shearer)
1945 (10 August)

London. New Theatre. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Miracle in the Gorbals – choreography by Robert Helpmann. Façade – Nocturne Peruvian

1946 (8 April) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Nocturne — A Young Man (with Fonteyn) The Rake’s Progress — The Rake (with Fonteyn)
1946 (9 April) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Nocturne — A Young Man (with Fonteyn) Miracle in the Gorbals – The Stranger – choreography by Robert Helpmann
1946 (13 April)

London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. Adam Zero  - choreography by RH

1946 (25 October) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Coppelia — Dr. Coppelius (with Fonteyn)
1946 (17 December) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet The Fairy Queen (Purcell) — Oberon
1947 (1 Jan)

London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler's Wells Ballet. The Fairy Queen (Purcell) – Oberon.

1947 (10 February) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Hamlet ; Choreographed by RH
1947 New theatre, March-April (periodical) “A Choreographer Speaks” by RH Includes photo of RH in Adam Zero.
1947 (19 Nov)

London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Nocturne – A Young Man.

1947 (18 December) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Adam Zero — The Principal Dancer “Adam Zero” ; Choreographed by RH
1948 (27 January) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Giselle — Count Albrecht (with Fonteyn)
1948 (2 February) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Adam Zero — The Principal Dancer ; Choreographed by RH
1948 (24 March) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Hamlet — Hamlet ; Choreographed by RH
1948 (20 May) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Gala Performance in aid of the Sadler’s Wells Ballet Benevolent Fund Hamlet — Hamlet ; Choreographed by RH
1948 (22 Aug – 12 Sept) Edinburgh.  Edinburgh International Festival of Music & Drama.  The Sadler’s Wells Ballet.RH guest artist in performances of La Boutique Fantasque, Coppelia, Clock Symphony, Les Sylphides.
1948 (14 September) Croydon. Davis Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Coppelia — Dr Coppelius Hamlet — Hamlet ; Choreographed by RH Program signed by RH
1948 (21 October) Croydon. Davis Theatre. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Hamlet ; Choreographed by RH
1948 (2 December) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Don Juan — Don Juan Program signed by RH
1949 Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Souvenir Book of First American Appearance 1949 Full page port. Photos in Hamlet, The Rake’s Progress, Job, A Wedding Bouquet Sketch of RH as one of the Ugly Sisters in Cinderella by Genge Genge in “Who’s Who in the Sadler’s Wells Ballet
1949 (5 February)

London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Cinderella – one of Cinderella’s Stepsisters

1949 (5 March) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet A Wedding Bouquet Bridegroom
1949 (12 March) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Job Satan Program signed by RH
1949 (21 March) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Hamlet — Hamlet ; Choreographed by RH
1949 (31 March) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Ballet Season Don Juan – Don Juan
1949 (25 April) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Gala Performance in aid of The Sadler’s Wells Benevolent Fund Cinderella one of Cinderella’s Stepsisters
1949 (27 April) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Cinderella — one of Cinderella’s Stepsisters
1949 (18 June) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Ballet Season Coppelia – Dr. Coppelius (with Fonteyn)
1949 (6 August) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Ballet Season Cinderella –A Stepsister (with Frederick Ashton, Moira Shearer)
1949 (12 August) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet The Sleeping Beauty — Prince Florimund (with Fonteyn)
1949 (23 August) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Hamlet Hamlet (with Fonteyn) ; Choreographed by RH A Wedding Bouquet Bridegroom
1949 (31 December) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s-Wells Ballet Cinderella one of Cinderella’s Stepsisters
1950 (7 January) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Ballet Season Cinderella –A Stepsister (with Frederick Ashton)
1950 (13 January) London. Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Cinderella one of Cinderella’s Stepsisters
1950 (2 March) London. Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Coppelia — Dr Coppelius (with Fonteyn)
1950 (4 March) London. Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The Sadler’s Wells Ballet Don Quixote — Don Quixote (with Fonteyn)
1950 (15 May) London. Sadler’s Wells. Sadler’s Wells Theatre Ballet Gala performance to celebrate the twenty-first anniversary of the Sadler’s Wells Ballet Four ballets performed with cast list showing original cast for first performance of each ballet and cast for 1950 performance The Haunted Ballroom — The Master of Tregennis (with Fonteyn) (as in original cast 1934) The Wedding Bouquet — The Bridegroom (with Fonteyn) (as in original cast 1937)
1950/1951 Sadler’s Wells Ballet. Souvenir Book “First Coast to Coast Tour”, management of S. Hurok. Includes biography, full page portrait and photos of RH in Don Quixote, Le Lac des Cygnes and A Wedding Bouquet Published New York, Barry Hyams, 1950?.
1951 (13, 20 February) London. Sadler’s Wells. Sadler’s Wells Theatre Ballet The Prospect Before Us — Mr. O’Reilly, Manager of the Pantheon (Guest Artist)
1956 (5 May) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. Sadler’s-Wells Ballet The Rake’s Progress — The Rake Façade — in Nocturne Peruvienne and Tango (with Fonteyn)
1956 (7 May) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. Sadler’s-Wells Ballet The Rake’s Progress — The Rake Façade — in Nocturne Peruvienne and Tango (with Fonteyn)
1956 (7 May) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. Sadler’s-Wells Ballet The Rake’s Progress — The Rake Façade — in Nocturne Peruvienne and Tango (with Fonteyn)
1958 (8 March) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Royal Ballet Coppelia — Dr. Coppelius
1958 (28 April) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Royal Ballet Petrushka — Petrushka
1958 (27 October) Sydney. Empire Theatre. The Royal Ballet RH Tour of Australia and New Zealand 1958/59 The Rake’s Progress — The Rake Façade — A Dago in Tango
1958 (1 November)

Sydney. Empire Theatre. The Royal Ballet. Tour of Australia and New Zealand 1958/59. Coppelia — Dr. Coppelius

1959 (10 February)

Brisbane. Her Majesty’s Theatre. The Royal Ballet. Tour of Australia and New Zealand 1958/59. Hamlet  — RH as Hamlet

1962 (6 December) London. Drury Lane. Theatre Royal Gala matinee of ballet in aid of the Royal Academy of Dancing Building Fund Directed by RH Façade — in Nocturne Peruvienne and Tango
1964 (29 September) Sydney. Elizabethan Theatre. Gala program Special program to mark the tenth anniversary of the formation of the Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust. Rondino ; Choreographed by RH The Soldier’s Tale The Devil ; directed by RH
1964 (24 November)

London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. A Wedding Bouquet – The Orator

1967 The Royal Ballet tour of the U.S.A. 1967 Souvenir program RH is guest artist with Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev Biography of RH 2 photos of RH in Cinderella — one of the Ugly Sisters
1969 (7 November) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden A Wedding Bouquet — The Narrator RH and Fonteyn guest artists
1970? The Royal Ballet tour of the U.S.A. Souvenir program RH is guest artist with Fonteyn Photo of RH in Cinderella — one of the Ugly Sisters Biography and portrait.
1970 (6 January) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden Cinderella — one of Cinderella’s Ugly Sisters
1971 (14 December) London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. Royal Ballet A Gala performance by the Royal Ballet before The Queen Mother and Princess Margaret Checkmate — The Red King Portrait of RH
1973 (21 May) New York. Metropolitan Opera House. The International Diamond Jubilee Gala : a tribute to impresario S. Hurok honouring his sixtieth year of distinguished service to the Performing Arts and the year of his eight-fifth birthday All Hail, the Impresario — RH as Master of Ceremonies RH starring role with others including Fonteyn
1979 (May 23)

London.  Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. Royal Ballet. A tribute to Margot Fonteyn in celebration of her sixtieth birthday. Façade – Tango A Dago

1980? London. The Old Vic. Maina Gielgud’s Steps, Notes and Squeaks. Swan Lake, June 3-7 ; Coached by RH Photo and biography of RH
1981 (21 April)

London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. Royal Ballet
Les Sylphides. Hamlet; Choreographed by RH. Voices of Spring. Gloria. Includes biography and portrait of RH.

1988 (28 May)

London. Royal Opera House. Covent Garden. The Society for Dance Research. Madam – A Celebration of Ninety Years (Dame Ninette de Valois’ 90th Birthday Tribute) Haunted Ballroom – RH as The Master of Treginnis

2002 (11 June)

New York.  Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Centre. The Merry Widow Scenario by RH

Miscellaneous

undated Postcard – portrait of RH as Mr O’Reilly in the ballet, The Prospect Before Us, performed at the Sadlers Wells Theatre, 4 July 1940.

1954? (8 Nov)

London, Royal Festival Hall. Philharmonia Orchestra. RH as narrator.

2008 (21 October)-2009 (8 March) Flyer advertising the free exhibition Bobby Dazzler! Celebrating the Helpmann centenary at QPAC’s Tony Gould Gallery October 2008 - March 2009.
2008 (28 October) Invitation – to the exhibition Bobby Dazzler! Celebrating the Helpmann centenary and the launch of Anna Bemrose’s book Robert Helpmann: a servant of art at QPAC’s Tony Gould Gallery on Tuesday 28 October.