Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

“ It was the beginning of an education, with each film an illustrated lecture on life.”

Albert as Arthur. Image: Spike

As a young man in the 1960s it was the cinema and not the theatre that was important, with the small family business I worked for in Stratford still holding to the old tradition of half day closing on Thursdays which, for me, was a golden opportuning to indulge in the splendid renaissance of British cinema then…

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Playwright, Historian, and Freelance Writer, Now Living and Writing in Shakespeare’s Lancashire…

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