This is a show paying tribute to the wit and song-writing skill of that most English of Englishmen, Noel Coward, who said of himself ‘I am an enormously talented man and there is no point in denying it’.
Born in 1899, Coward was the renaissance man when it came to the arts. He was an actor, writer, composer, director, producer and in later life painter – and he excelled at them all.
I remind audiences of his dazzling wit and perform such gems as A Bar on The Piccola Marina, Don’t Let’s Be Beastly To The Germans, Mrs Worthington, Mad About The Boy, London Pride, There Are Bad Times Just Around The Corner and Mad Dogs & Englishmen.
‘A splendid evening’s entertainment’
The Noel Coward Society
‘Just to say thanks for a great evening with Noel Coward yesterday.
The music and stories were both superbly done and everyone really enjoyed themselves.’
The Holsworthy Theatre