The killing of Sister George: a comedy

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Duke of York's Theatre, St. Martin's Lane, London, W.C.2, Michael Codron in association with Bernard Delfont presents Beryl Reid, Eileen Atkins, Lally Bowers in "The Killing of Sister George," a new comedy by Frank Marcus, with Margaret Courtenay, directed by Val May, designed by Catherine Browne, stage manager Michael Ginesi, lighting supervised by Kenneth Vowles.

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User Review  - Devil_llama - LibraryThing

The title would mislead many who do not understand that it is about the firing of a radio personality by having her character die on the program. The story is overlain with the main plot, but there is ... Read full review

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I read this when I was around 14 and more unlikely subject matter for a teenage cowboy I can hardly imagine. I was dumbfounded by even the imaginary existence of a lesbian couple sundered by the dominant one's demotion on British radio drama. Was I reading this book the right side up? Read full review


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