When Gwendolen and Cecily wander in from The Importance of Being Earnest Henry’s mind wanders too. He knows he was Algernon in a production in Zurich. But who was the other one?
Stoppard’s dazzling comedy of art, love and revolution features James Joyce, Tristan Tzara and Lenin as remembered - and misremembered - by Henry Carr, a minor British diplomat in Zurich 1917. The original production won the Evening Standard award for Best Comedy and the Tony award for Best Play.
Transfers with full cast from the Menier Chocolate Factory. (Reviews from 2016)
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“Stoppard has maximum fun with us, history and theatre, something that Marber taps directly into with his revival... Bonkers.”