Tag: Noel Coward


Relative Values (Harold Pinter Theatre)
By David Phipps-Davis · 15 Apr 2014 · London

Trevor Nunn's Theatre Royal Bath revival of Noel Coward's class comedy comes to the West End

Michael Coveney: Theatreland indulges in a Noel Coward mini-binge
By Michael Coveney · 19 Mar 2014 · London

Noel Coward is having something of a moment, writes our chief critic

Cast: Totally Tom in Waiting for Godot, Bartlett's Intervention, Nuffield's Tonight at 8.30
By Editorial Staff · 18 Mar 2014 · London

Three major upcoming plays - including a Beckett and Coward revival - have recently announced casting

Design For Living (Kings Arms - Salford)
By David Cunningham · 6 Feb 2014 · Northwest

Dave Cunningham feels the promise of an update of Noel Coward's Design for Living is not full achieved at the Kings Arms in Salford.

Six of the best venues to see the Private Lives cinema screening next week
By Guest Contributor · 30 Jan 2014 · London

Watch the second production to be distributed as part of CinemaLive and Digital Theatre's West End Theatre Series

The Cowardly Porter (Frinton)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 28 Aug 2013 · England
The logo for Frinton Summer Theatre It must have seemed such a brilliant idea, on paper. A new show with a storyline straight out of pre-"Hair" musical comedy acting as the framework ...
Angela Lansbury revives rumours of West End return
By Editorial Staff · 29 Jul 2013 · London
In a recent interview with American talkshow hosts Tavis Smiley and Cornel West, Angela Lansbury revealed that she may finally bring her acclaimed portrayal of Madame Arcati in Blythe Spiri
Private Lives (Frinton)
By Anne Morley-Priestman · 24 Jul 2013 · England
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 ...
Michael Coveney: Toby Stephens re-visits his parents' last stand in Private Lives
By Michael Coveney · 3 Jul 2013 · London
Private Lives was the last play Toby Stephens' parents, Maggie Smith and Robert Stephens, appeared in together 40 years ago, just along the block, in the Queen's Theatre, where he ...

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