Expats flock for enduring home truths
'We say that the ampersand is the only thing that comes between us'
His reputation languished after the arrival of the Angry Young Men in the 1950s. But the National Theatre's production of 'After The Dance' promises to right a theatrical wrong, says Paul Taylor
As this comedy shows, Alan Ayckbourn realised in 1977 that the legacy of the Seventies was not just sex but solipsism.
The funeral of female impersonator Danny La Rue, described as a "true showbusiness legend", has taken place.
'I've just seen four plays in London in three-and-a-half days'
After falling out of fashion, Noël Coward's work is reaching a whole new set of admirers. By Ciar Byrne