I hope to provide a sidelight on the commercial sector of theatre in the 1530s and 1540s by fitting together glimpses of the recorded activity of one man, or perhaps, since he is usually referred to without a Christian name, a firm: Felsted of London. Two of these sightings have been individually written about before at some length, but I think this is the first time that anyone has drawn them all together. As happens with these things, once I had become alerted to him, I noticed his name in a couple of other contexts by sheer serendipity, after which I actively looked for him elsewhere, and was rewarded with a couple more mentions. Perhaps now I have drawn attention to him other scholars may find him lurking in their work and the picture can be rounded out even further.