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Here are a few important resources to help you on your way:
University of Bristol Theatre collection
The University of Bristol Theatre collection, based in the Department of Drama, has a
library of theatre related books, periodicals and original archival material, including the Women's Theatre Collection.
East London Theatre Archive
Hull History Centre
The home for Hull City Archives, Hull Local Studies Library and Hull University Archives holds archive material on Alan Plater; John Godber; Out-Of-Joint Theatre Company; Approximately 6,000 playbills from 1760s to 1970s; and Hull Theatre Programmes
Scottish Theatre Archive
Located within the Special Collections Department of Glasgow University Library, the archive includes programmes, scripts, production notes, photographs, posters, and press cuttings.
University of Warwick Centre for the Study of the Renaissance
Teaching and learning tool for contextualising the period and for engaging with the playtexts. Resources on Thomas Kyd, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson, John Webster and Thomas Middleton.