Tuesday 30 March 1999
PRIVATE LIVES, Noel Coward's wry comedy features two honeymooning couples thrown together in the same hotel. Starring Juliet Stevenson (below) and Anton Lesser.
National Theatre, Lyttleton, London SE1 (0171-452 3000) from 7 May
EX-PIXIES frontman, Frank Black (below), reappears this summer with The Catholics. The original members may be gone, but the lo-fi style and strange lyrics remain. Both are much in evidence on his new album, Pistolero.
LA2, London W1 (0171-434 0404) 24 May
Is the comedy album making a comeback?comedy
Artists unveils new exhibition inspired by Hastings beachart
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