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Michael Frayn

This revival of Copenhagen is in safer hands than the secrets of nuclear fission during WWII. Michael Blakemore directed the multi award-winning original production...

To most it's called Platonov; to Michael Frayn this early untitled Chekhov play, which Frayn adapted in 1984, is Wild Honey. It marks the...

He may be one of the senior practitioners of his art, garlanded with industry awards, honorary degrees (although he turned down a knighthood in...

Billed as one of the most successful British comedies ever written, it takes a brave director to tackle Michael Frayn’s classic farce-within-a-farce, which first...

So, what if Michael Frayn had written The Fast Show? It’s an odd thought, but one which is realised in this strange, beguiling, hit-and-miss...

Michael Frayn’s Donkeys’ Years, Noel Coward’s Fallen Angels and a stage adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson’s novel Hetty Feather will be staged as part of...

Writing this blog every day, week in and week out, I have a valuable platform for my own views. But sometimes its worth repeating...

New writing opportunities developed through publicly-funded theatres should be invested in because it is financially beneficial to both commercial producers and the subsidised sector,...

Helen Mirren has joined playwright Michael Frayn and London’s Royal Court Theatre artistic director Vicky Featherstone in signing an open letter to culture minister...
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