"why don't you go fuck a play" Boy George, by Twitter 18.7.2012

Tuesday, 23 February 2010


Although it can pander to the knitting classes - and a stage adaptation of 'Yes, Minister' in the post-The Thick of It noughties and a potentially average Paul Kerryson revival of 42nd Street are two cases in point - Chichester this year looks promising.

A double bill of Sheridan's 'The Critic' with 'Real Inspector Hound' at the Minerva, Rupert Everett and Stephanie Cole in 'Pygmalion' in the main house AND a new Howard Brenton adaptation of 'The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists' all overlapping in August might make the price of a train ticket and a picnic more than worthwhile.

Particularly as I haven't been for years ...

Chichester Festival

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