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A play about Harold Macmillan (Conservative politician and Prime Minister 1957-1963). Set against a backdrop of fading Empire, war, the Suez crisis, vintage champagne, adultery and vicious Tory politics at the Ritz, Howard Brenton's Never So Good
paints the portrait of a brilliant, witty but complex man, at times comically and, in the end, tragically out of kilter with his times.Performers Jeremy Irons (Macmillan), Anna Carteret, Anthony Calf, Anna Chancellor, Peter Forbes, Clive Francis, Tim Frances, Robert Glenister, Terrence Hardiman, Sarah Head, Sioned Jones, Anne Kavanagh, Nicholas Lumley, Charlotte Melia, Janet Spencer-Turner, Terence Wilton, Claire Winsper, Roger Ringrose, Pip Carter, Ben Addis, Jonathan Battersby, Rupert Young.
Author Howard Brenton. Producer National Theatre. Director Howard Davies. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Mark Henderson. Choreographer Lynne Page. Sound Paul Arditti. Music Dominic Muldowney.
FACEBOOK (03Apr08): Great show. Highly recommend it.
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