Theatre of Heaven and Hell: “If you’re Glad I’ll be Frank”

It has been an exciting year for Stoppard fans; Travesties played to utterly rapt audiences in the Apollo, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead was no less successful in its demonstration of Stoppard’s innovation and bubbling wit (you can read culturised’s thoughts on that production here) and Laurence Fox is currently at the Rose gallivanting round as the freakishly witty writer Henry in Stoppard’s semi auto-biographical The Real Thing. Rather than attempting to follow on from these acts, the Theatre of Heaven and Hell have tried a different tack; bringing to the stage a radio play of which critics have...

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