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Tag Archives: David Storey

The March on Russia, Orange Tree Theatre review – vividly funny amid the bleakness

The late David Storey spoke movingly, elsewhere on The Arts Desk, of his sense of overwhelming powerlessness at the challenge of accepting his father’s death. “I was quite racked by his … Continue reading

09/30/2017 · 3 Comments

David Storey obituary | Stage | The Guardian

David Storey, who has died aged 83, was an unusual literary figure in being as well known for writing novels as he was for writing plays, never claiming that one … Continue reading

04/02/2017 · 2 Comments

Archive Interview • Geraldine James • 2004

Geraldine James is one of our most treasured actresses. In 1978, she made a remarkable impression playing a young deaf girl in Dummy, a television drama directed by Franc Roddam in which she … Continue reading

05/20/2014 · 1 Comment