Letter from London

Kermode, Frank
April 1975
New Republic;4/26/75, Vol. 172 Issue 17, p23
Entertainment Review
Focuses on the scene of theater in London, England. Information on the prices, one needs to pay, for concert and theatre seats in the city; Information on several plays being performed in different theaters in the city; Issues related to abolition of value added tax on theater seats; Report that much of the best in British theater is subsidized by the Arts Council, a body which extracts what it can from the Treasury; Information on the four subsidized opera companies; Views of Bernard Crick, a professor of politics on London theater.


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