MONSIEUR AMILCAR

THE PLAY

MONSIEUR AMILCAR

tionwide. The Barbican is also hosting an exhibition of Carrington's paintings.

Based on Michael Holroyd's fascinating biography, Strachey, but that doesn't come with Pryce, Thompson or a Michael Nyman score.

Chichester stalwarts Keith (Henry VIII) Michell and Penelope (The Good Life) Keith star in this English version of a 1974 Parisian boulevard comedy directed by Tim Luscombe.

Paul Taylor was unamused. "The music used adds up to an excellent anthology of songs about love, trust, and pretending. It's the bits in-between that are the snag." He was not alone. "Something better might yet be

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