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Hay Fever. 'Hay Fever is a comic play written by Noël Coward in 1924 and first produced in 1925 with Marie Tempest as the first Judith Bliss.'

'Hay Fever is a comic play written by Noël Coward in 1924 and first produced in 1925 with Marie Tempest as the first Judith Bliss.

Hay Fever  by Noël Coward Directed by Alisa Palmer  Avon Theatre May 28 to October 11 Opens June 19   About the Play  Stage star Judith Bliss, her novelist husband and their two grown children have each invited houseguests for the weekend. But as the Blisses indulge their artistic eccentricities in a hilarious whirlwind of flirtation and histrionics, the guests begin to wonder if they’ve landed in a madhouse – and if they can survive the weekend with their own wits intact.

Stratford Festival - Hay Fever - Cynthia Dale, Lucy Peacock May 28 - Oct.

“A Guide to Gay Stereotypes” Poster Series | Community Post: WHICH "GAY STEREOTYPE" ARE YOU?

WHICH "GAY STEREOTYPE" ARE YOU?

“A Guide to Gay Stereotypes” Poster Series by Paul Tuller and James Kuczynski

London Design Festival - Where to stay ? | The Town Hall - London - http://hotelinteriordesigns.eu/london-design-festival-where-to-stay/  hotel interior design

London Design Festival - Where to stay ?

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Alistair McGowan: Mad about the Master Alistair McGowan used to think Noël Coward wrote nothing but irritating songs and plays about posh people taking tea. Then he fell in love . . .

Alistair McGowan: Mad about the Master

Gertrud Lawrence & Noël Coward in Private Lives from

Noel Coward - English playwright, composer, director, actor and singer

The hasty genius of Noël Coward

noel coward (would also be good company at the through-the-night drinks & chats with Peter Ustinov :-).

The master

Noël Coward and Lynn Fontanne, Design For Living, 1933 @ Ethel Barrymore

Michael James Fry as Sandy Tyrell in Noel Coward's critically-acclaimed comedy, HAY FEVER / Findlay, Ohio / 1985

Michael James Fry as Sandy Tyrell in Noel Coward's critically-acclaimed comedy, HAY FEVER / Findlay, Ohio / 1985

Gertrude Lawrence and Noel Coward

Gertie once sent a telegram to Noel which read: "Play opens tomorrow." Coward's reply: "Cannot make opening night. Will come second night.

Life long best friends Gertrude Lawrence & Noel Coward

Life long best friends Gertrude Lawrence & Noel Coward

love these glasses - adorably straightlaced

Hay Fever, love these glasses - adorably straightlaced

Inspiring picture ballerina, black and white, child, girl. Find the picture to your taste!

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