Victor Spinetti - A Very Private Diary
Archive :: production:T01993528936, one person show:S0944617299, venue:V732
Award-winning screen and theatre star Victor Spinetti (A Hard Day’s Night, Oh, What a Lovely War, Help!, Oliver!) unlocks his very private diary to tell stories of legends from Beatles to Burton and Dietrich to Dali in a sensational evening of comedy, gossip and revelations. A Very Private Diary first appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe in the late 1980’s and after playing to sell-out houses transferred to The Donmar Warehouse, London and subsequently toured world-wide. The production was directed by the late writer and broadcaster Ned Sherrin, himself a master raconteur. The 2008 revisited production is dedicated to Ned Sherrin and coincides with the release of Victor's biography UP FRONT this autumn in paperback. Running time 2 hours including interval.