The award-winning play by Alan Bennett is a great read.
As a history major, it really caught my attention and I was impressed with the great historiagraphical thinking being thrown around in the play.
The dialogue is sparklingly witty and smart and although there are many characters they each have a distinct spirit.
It arrived super quick and was exactly what I was expecting. Great stuff, cheers.Published 2 months ago by Claire
A controversial play which entertains the reader/audience with wild eccentricity, at the same time delving into the flaws of the characters. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mrs P Szadowski
I JUST LOVED READING THE PLAY.
IT AUGMENTED THE MOVIE.
WORTH EVERY PENNIE.
I JUST LOVED THE INTRODUCTION, A MUST READ
IRWIN'S CHARACTER IS THE BALANCE THE... Read more
Alan Bennett began delighting the theater-going world almost before he needed to shave, being one of the mad troupe of "Beyond the Fringe" that tromped onto Broadway as... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bellabell
enjoyed it, but not as much as all the other ALAN BENNETT books i have read. still think he is a fab writer.Published 19 months ago by mrs. rose m meade
Honestly, this has to be one of the worst plays I have ever read. Apparently according to multiple reviews this is Bennett's best play ever. Read more
Really well written play. It confirms my views of the world and the British system of education.
Recomended for the visual reader.
Reading an Alan Bennett book means you are guaranteed a fair amount of amusement. He's a great entertainer on stage, on tv and on paper, in drama as in fiction. Read morePublished on November 8, 2012 by glencora