Peggy for You – Alan Plater, dir. Richard Wilson

The first play of 2022, so I won’t be picky. A very decent comedy with an excellent performance by Tamsin Greig. It also nicely dovetails with the topic of this blog, as the play is about Margaret ‘Peggy’ Ramsay, who was a theatrical agent. I had fun, laughed, was in the theatre where I could …

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Four Quartets – T.S. Eliot – 2021 – dir. Ralph Fiennes

In December 2021 going to the theatre for the first time since February 2020 felt truly special. One thing I do love London for is the easy access to the best theatre in Europe. It’s all here on our doorstep and if you hunt well the tickets can be cheaper than VIP seats in a …

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