This is perhaps an odd time for Nöel Coward’s comedy about death and supernatural apparitions to land in the West End – Richard Eyre’s revival transferring from Theatre Royal Bath. On the other hand, there’s something comforting about Coward’s wartime portrait of the afterlife as essentially a continuation, with our personalities, desires and enmities very much intact. Plus the opportunity to socialise with Joan of Arc.
- RT @kevinddaly: For the @NTLive crowd, I saw the original London/Broadway cast of One Man, Two Guvnors three times: opening night on Broadw… 5 hours ago
- Well https://t.co/DOIExP1Wju 5 hours ago
- @FayebellineW Haha ditto;) 6 hours ago