With more than 40 of Coward's brilliant songs, including ‘Don’t Put Your Daughter on the Stage Mrs Worthington’, ‘A Room with a View’, ‘Mad about the Boy’, ‘The Stately Homes of England’, ‘I’ve Been to a Marvellous Party’, ‘London Pride’ and ‘Mad Dogs and Englishmen’, the revue also contains unpublished material, excerpts from Coward’s diaries and autobiographies, and scenes from Tonight at 8:30, Present Laughter and Design for Living.
The show stars Olivier Award-nominated actress, singer and comedienne Dillie Keane, best known as the lead member of Fascinating Aïda and frequent contributor to BBC’s Grumpy Old Women, and the UK’s leading society cabaret act Kit and The Widow, with two of the West End’s fastest rising young performers Stuart Neal (La Cage Aux Folles, Lord of the Rings) and Savannah Stevenson (Gone with the Wind, Aspects of Love).
Revisited and revised by Alan Strachan, who with Gerald Frow and Wendy Toye created the original after the seventieth birthday of 'The Master’ in 1970, Cowardy Custard tells the story of Coward's life through song and biographical writings. Sir Noël himself proposed the title, good-naturedly rejecting suggestions such as ‘Carry on Coward’, ‘Cream of Coward’ (“That would be asking for trouble”) or ‘This Is Noel Coward’ (“Too near This Was Noel Coward”), before suggesting the title that stuck: Cowardy Custard.
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