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February, 1949. The tenants of a boarding house in Camden Town, alerted by the smell of gas from Number Three, discover a young man lying unconscious - and the signs of a suicide attempt. Hastening towards his address book, they phone the first name on the list. It is none other than Mr Terence Rattigan. A volatile tale of secrets and lies, destructive passions and unrequited love, the play shines a light on the turbulent relationship between the actor Kenneth Morgan and Terence Rattigan, one of the twentieth century's most celebrated playwrights.Performers Matthew Bulgo (Dafyyd Lloyd), Simon Dutton (Terry), George Irving (Mr Ritter), Paul Keathing (Kenny), Lowenna Melrose (Norma), Pierro Niel-Mee (Alec), Marlene Sidaway (Mrs Simpson).
Author Mike Poulton. Producer Arcola Theatre. Director Lucy Bailey. Design Robert Innes Hopkins. Lighting Jack Knowles. Stage Manager SJ Pujol. Costume Lydia Cawson (costume supervisor).
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