Edward Max

The Dog (Frinton)
If the new play which opened the 75th anniversary season at Frinton's Summer Theatre was a bit of a damp squib, the final production is much more of a fire cracker.
The Importance of Being Earnest (Frinton)
Since Edith Evans' iconic performances, immortalised on film in the 1950s, the role of Lady Bracknell has become the lynch-pin of each new production of Wilde's comedy.
Relatively Speaking (Frinton)
It was the play which brought Alan Ayckbourn to the attention of London audiences in 1967.
Within the Gates (Frinton)
What better to mark a theatre's 75 anniversary season than a special pi├Ęce d'occasion?
The Cowardly Porter (Frinton)
Cole Porter and Noel Coward come to the fore at Frinton Summer Theatre
Private Lives (Frinton)
Frinton summer season logo There's more than one way of looking at Coward's most popular comedy. The more usual one is to take it at face value, as a sparkling concoction whose ...