'Noel Coward's glittering gem' Sam Marlowe, The Times, 28.1.09 'The brilliance of Coward's conceit... is as sparkling as it ever was.' John Nathan, Jewish Chronicle, 30.1.09 'The play is marriage in three parts, but with better jokes and an interval.' Nina Caplan, Time Out London, 5.2.09 'In a word - go.' Dominic Cavendish, Daily Telegraph, 3.3.11
About the Author
Noel Coward made his name as a playwright with The Vortex (1924), in which he also appeared. His numerous other successful plays included Hay Fever, Private Lives, Design for Living, and Blithe Spirit. During the war he wrote screenplays such as Brief Encounter (1944) and This Happy Breed (1942). His volumes of verse, autobiography and letters have all been published to acclaim by Methuen Drama. Coward was knighted in 1970 and died three years later in Jamaica.