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Harry and Jack, two eccentric gentlemen, discover the common bond of friendship as they spend an afternoon talking on the terrace of a garden. But their genteel clam is shattered by the arrival of the raucous and vulgar Marjorie and Kathleen, and it becomes clear that all may not be as it first appears. This funny, poetic and poignant play about friendship was famously produced at the Royal Court in 1970 with Sir John Gielgud and Sir Ralph Richardson, before winning awards in the West End and on Broadway.
Archive :: production:T1641031593, play:S3592, venue:V0937418074
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