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Noel Coward

Matthew Warchus is to gender swap several roles in his forthcoming production of Present Laughter, which will introduce a bisexual central character into Noel...

Comedy doyenne June Whitfield was a stage actor of considerable promise before finding fame working alongside a veritable who’s who of British comedy talent...

Half a century on from the end of official British theatre censorship, Nick Smurthwaite looks at writers and critics who campaigned for freedom of...

Does James Graham ever take a break? Not content with two West End runs already in 2017 – This House, which finished its long-overdue transfer back in February,...

Noel Coward Estate manager Alan Brodie tells Nick Smurthwaite how its newly released letters, home movies and photographs gives a startling insight into ‘one...

Dominic Hill's production of Hay Fever for the Lyceum (also touring to the Glasgow Citizens) has plenty of laughs but occasionally stutters in its...

Noel Coward’s supernatural comedy Blithe Spirit has continued to haunt the stage since it was first produced in 1941. This androcentric jeu d’esprit in...

Can men and women ever be friends without sex rearing its ugly head?  When married woman Janet Ebony and her childhood chum Peter Chelsworth...

Noel Coward’s bittersweet, if overlong, portrayal of suburban lives between the wars contrasts with the other offerings in repertoire at Pitlochry, which include Rodgers...
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