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Havana :: Cuba | almost 2 years ago

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May 8, 2012 i'm not very keen on Hollywood,'' Noel Coward wrote to his mother in 1930. I'd rather have a nice cup of cocoa really.'' The British Renaissance man's four-decade love-hate relationship with movies as a writer, producer, actor, composer

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 2 years ago

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Coward and Gertrude Lawrence in a scene from the play We Were Dancing. For many, the name Noel Coward conjures the image of a smoking jacket-clad bon vivant, tickling the ivories and tossing off bons mots between sips of a cocktail. But a new exhibit

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 years ago

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Ruthie Henshall (left) and Alison Steadman in Coward's six-day wonder, Blithe Spirit' The other day I went to see Blithe Spirit, a play that has some claim to delivering the greatest ratio between the time spent on bringing a drama into existence and

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Edinburgh :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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Marvellous clothes, marvellous looks, marvellous brain oh, God, it's terrible!" These words, from the play Hay Fever, are the essence of what attracts me to Noel Coward: the passion, the wit and, above all, the understanding of the beautiful agony of

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Hanoi :: Vietnam | over 3 years ago

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He adds up to a vexing, enviable, beguiling figure: an artist for whom success came with surpassing ease, but who worked maniacally nonetheless...His father was a piano salesman, and family resources were often stretched. Coward died in Jamaica in

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London :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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Noel Coward appears to be everywhere on the London stage these days, which is doubtless how he would have liked it. Coward's supreme Private Lives, has already been seen in revival in the West End this year, albeit in an unbalanced production that

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