From Fun Home to Waitress, from Next to Normal to Finding Neverland - it's always fun collating the various rumours flying around theatreland. After a very busy...
Making Dickie Happy by Jeremy Kingston - Tristan Bates
Jane Nightwork presents Making Dickie Happy, a comedy by Jeremy Kingston , directed by Robert Gillespie , at Tristan Bates Theatre, a fringe venue at the Actors Centre in Covent Garden, central London, from 5 to 30 Mar 2013.
Concerns a young Noel Coward and his boyfriend Tono, a young Lord Louis 'Dickie' Mountbatten and Agatha Christie. Imagines what would have happened had the three, who in reality all holidayed at a hotel on Burgh Island off the Devon coast at various times, been brought together over one weekend. The weekend is, of course, fictitious, the people real.