Newsnight’s Jeremy Paxman interviews Sir John Gielgud at 95, on the stage of the Old Vic Theatre in 2005.
For the first time ever, Terence Rattigan and John Gielgud’s stage adaptation of Charles Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities will be produced on stage, directed by Adam Spreadbury-Maher and opening at the King’s Head Theatre on 25 September for a limited season, ending on 19 October.
Simon Annand’s The Half: London theatre exhibition provides an intimate portrait of West End stars.
Hugh Beaumont, famously known as Binkie Beaumont, was one of the most powerful West End theatre managers in his, or any other, generation.
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In “Not In Front of the Audience”, Nicholas de Jongh’s 1992 book about homosexuality on stage, there is no mention of John Gielgud’s 1953 arrest and conviction for “importuning male persons for an immoral purpose”.