Some new anecdotes (on the Anecdotes page) from Australia from Ray Stanley.
 
Request from a project for unemployed adults in Bradford - can anyone help? See the Noticeboard page.
 
This website had 42,380 hits in March.
 
Read Philip Hoare's article on Volcano from the Independent on Sunday on the Volcano page. Articles from the March edition of Home Chat on Julie Andrews and Relative Values and The Actor's Orphanage - do you know of anyone who might have been at Silverlands?
 
Review by Philip Hoare and the Web Author of Volcano Noel Coward's unperformed play written in 1956 but rejected by Binkie Beaumont the part of Adele turned down by Katherine Hepburn. This first production at the Palace Theatre, Westcliff is directed by Roy Marsden.
 
Extract from an article in the Daily Mail on a new book by Guy Hunting on the Friends and Colleagues page - he was for a short time an assistant secretary to Norl Coward at Les Avants.
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Please note a change to the email address for Alan Brodie Representation Ltd. it is now: [email protected] .
 
Sheridan Morley will launch 'The Private Lives of Noel and Gertie at 1.00 p.m. on Tuesday 8th of May at the Terrace Café at the National Theatre. A limited number of tickets at £33.50 are available from the RNT Box Office on 0207 452 3000. Pre-publication copies of the Theatrical Companion to Noel Coward by Mander and Mitchenson, edited and updated by Sheridan Morley and Barry Day will also be available on this occasion but ...
 
Society members may obtain copies in advance at a substantial discount by applying to the Society's Secretary (email: Gareth Pike)
 
Please note that the John Mills Platform event at the National Theatre is sold out!
 
The unperformed play the Volcano 26 Apr - 14 May 2000 Palace Theatre, Westcliff. Please note that the run is earlier than previously published on this web site!
 
With thanks to Richard Ellis and taken from a Marvellous Party email: At the Jermyn Street Theatre (a 70 or 80 seater just off Piccadilly) earlier this week and picked up a flyer for the forthcoming 'Jermyn Street Review', devised and directed by Sheridan Morley which, he is quoted as saying, was devised "to remind audiences what reviews were really like; not why they died, but why they flourished". The name which caught my eye was Judy Campbell (who spoke so beautifully at Drury Lane last year). The rest of the company is: Jonathan Cecil, Sophie-Louise Dann, Peter Land, Thelma Ruby, Frank Thornton, Issy Van Randwyck and Stefan Bednarczyk. The Jermyn Street Review will run for five weeks ("a strictly limited season") from 2 May to 3 June.
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