It's a bit like watching Hamlet: the cast is new, but the play is familiar. Take your seats, ladies and gentlemen, for the latest revival of that great British drama, The Sterling Crisis.
The good life
Look After the Pounds
The Good Life
Out from behind a Coke dispenser with four suitcases and hopped in. She hopped out again six hundred miles further on, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, but not before she had converted me to Jansenism and taught me thirty-nine words of colloquial Pawnee.
... And now the bad life
A boy, 1 had only a fantasy picture of the Good Life, a litany of brandnames, a rosary of pulp-magazine props, largely culled from Edgar Wallace paperbacks, front covers of the Hotspur, Hollywood melodramas and Saturday afternoon radio serials.
Continuing the adventures of the Great Palaeolithic Hero
Cakes and Ale
R. G. G. Price examines the Punch approach to high living
Lt is Better to Travel First Class than to Arrive ...
LORD MANCROFT votes for luxury
Not the Only Pebble on the Beach
VINCENT MULCHRONE v. the Madding Crowd
Make a way for the group !
E. S. TURNER does so, grumbling like crazy.
AVERY BRUNDAGE talks to David Taylor
Theatre by Jeremy Kingston
BACK IN 1962 Clifford Williams directed The Comedy of Errors to fill a gap caused by the postponement of Peter Brook's King Lear. It became a hit, toured the world, amazed Izvestia, delighted the Queen and popped successfully back into the repertoire in 1963, 1964 and 1965.