Felicity Kendal

20 Questions: Michael Simkins - 'It would be ill-mannered to have regrets'
By Editorial Staff
The actor and writer on his stage adaptation of Roger and Charlie Mortimer's Dear Lupin, and why he'd like to swap places with Ken Dodd
Full casting announced for Hay Fever with Felicity Kendal
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The production opens at the Duke of York's Theatre in April
Hay Fever starring Felicity Kendal transfers to West End
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Lindsay Posner's production opens at the Duke of York's Theatre in April
Michael Coveney: 'Richard Attenborough's roots were in theatre'
Lord Attenborough, who died on Sunday, was a man of enormous influence on stage as well as screen
Alison Steadman and Felicity Kendal star in Bath summer season
Four major revivals, including Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf and Hay Fever, feature in the new season
Chin-Chin (Windsor)
This bitter-sweet comedy at Windsor Theatre Royal offers "a perfect evening out", says Katherine Graham
Felicity Kendal and Simon Callow star in UK tour of French comedy Chin-Chin
By Editorial Staff
Felicity Kendal and Simon Callow are set to star in a revival of François Billetdoux' comedy Chin-Chin, which embarks on a national tour later this year.Set in 1950s Paris, Chin-C
Michael Coveney: New designs on old favourites as summer stays
Michael Coveney© Dan Wooller Just as the sun has come out to stay, so has the super-dooper new re-design of WhatsOnStage, which looks even more like a good site to hang around than ...
Relatively Speaking
Goodness knows why Alan Ayckbourn's debut success has had to wait 46 years for its first West End revival.Relatively Speaking, short, sweet and savage, has been a regional stand-by for decades ...
Podcast: Kendal & co in Relatively Speaking Q&A
By Editorial Staff
Last night (21 May 2013), 140 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers attended Relatively Speaking at the West End's Wyndham's Theatre.First performed in 1965, Alan Ayckbourn's Relatively Sp