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It Runs in the Family

Bringing to life the frenetic fun of the farce, all twelve characters in the play whizz after each other in a cartoony style that pefectly reflects this high-jinks comedy gem.

The It Runs in the Family artwork is available for licensing to theatre companies and their designers to incorporate into publicity material (posters, leaflets, playbills, programmes, tickets etc.). I can also supply poster templates or design the entire poster for you.

I make all my artwork very affordable so that amateur companies and schools can use them.
You can see my prices here and my terms and conditions here.

Please contact me if you would like to license this artwork or require any help or further information.

Main artwork
Examples of use


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This can be supplied in a variety of formats, including high-resolution JPG, TIF, and PSD. The title logo is also available as a vector image.

Characters depicted
Dr David Mortimore, Dr Mike Connolly, Rosemary Mortimore, Dr Hubert Bonney, Matron, Sir Willoughby Drake, Jane Tate, Sister, Leslie, Police Sergeant (male or female), Bill, and Mother.
Note: the artwork here features a female police sergeant, please let me know if your cast has a male police sergeant.
Technical information
Title logo available as vector image or bitmap (any size); characters available up to 600 dpi (max abt. 80 mm high); characters at 300 dpi (max abt. 160 mm high).
Poster templates

These hi-res poster templates (colours are changeable) are available for you to add your own details to, or I can layout the poster for you or even design a brand new poster. See the prices page for more information.

Sizes available: A3, A4, A5

About It Runs in the Family
It Runs in the Family, by Ray Cooney, was first performed in November 1987 at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford with a cast that included John Quayle, Una Stubbs and Bill Pertwee. It moved to London in August 1992 with some of the same cast (Ray Cooney played Dr Hubert Bonney in both productions) plus new members including Sandra Dickinson and Windsor Davies. Ray Cooney, as well as being an admired actor, has written some of Britain's best-loved farces, including Run For Your Wife, Charlie Girl and Not Now Darling, among many others.


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