Having performed in the 1959/60 Rep, Edward Fox returned to the Pomegranate with his one man show in 2001. This letter was his response to receiving some scanned photographs of his debut performances.
2nd April 2001
Dear Liz Woodall,
I was so very grateful for your kind letter and for your kind generosity to send me the scan photographs from that production of “French Without Tears”. They really are so good to have for they remind me of my beginning in the theatre and of a very happy time at the Civic (as it was); and of dear Richard Scott who was so good to me when I was a hopeless novice.
Thank you enormously much for your kindness and for the charming, much appreciated words, which you wrote to me. I should love it if you would remember me to Colin McIntyre, whom I remember so well and, if you will, please give him my very kindest regards.
Good wishes to the Pomegranate always: it was lovely to be in it again after so long: a fine theatre it is indeed.
And thank you again immensely much for your kindness and thought.
Very best wishes to you