Half a Sixpence
A humble Cockney who works in a fabric shop inherits a large sum, which allows him to finance his playwright friend's latest work and win the attentions of a well-bred girl — at the expense of his low-born sweetheart.
Opening Night Production Credits
|Robert Prince||Composer of Opening Ballet Music|
Shows That Opened That Season: 1964 - 1965
- Golden Boy
- The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd
- The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window
- I Had a Ball
Outer Critics Circle
|1965||Outstanding Performance||Tommy Steele||Winner|
|1965||Actor in a Musical||Tommy Steele||Nominee|
|1965||Author of a Musical||Beverley Cross||Nominee|
|1965||Composer and Lyricist||David Heneker||Nominee|
|1965||Direction of a Musical||Gene Saks||Nominee|
|1965||Featured Actor in a Musical||James Grout||Nominee|
|1965||Featured Actress in a Musical||Carrie Nye||Nominee|
|1965||Producer of a Musical|| Allen-Hodgdon, Inc.
Stevens Productions, Inc.