Entertaining Mr Sloane Reviews
Description:Arts Theatre, Great Newport Street, London, UK WC2H 7JB Box Office / Tickets:+44(0)207 836 3334. Opening: January 22, ... more
Newest Review: ... of forty years standing, may I say that I heartily agree with Peter Pinnell in his condemnation of Entertaining Mr Sloane. I myself was nauseated by this endless parade of mental and physical perversion. And to be told that such a disgusting piece of filth now passes for humour! Today’s young playwrights take it upon themselves to flaunt their contempt for ordinary decent people, I ... more
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by - written on 14/02/01, updated on 14/02/01 (Very useful, 392 readings)
Entertaining Mr Sloane Joe Orton’s nasty comedy Entertaining Mr Sloane was premiered in London in 1964, it was then not seen again in the West End until 1975. This cast featured the fabulous Beryl Reid who then went on to star in the film version. Now it returns in a production that I’m sure Orton would approve of. The Basic Plot (without giving anything away) Mr Sloane, a young man, moves into the house with Kath and her father, Kemp, he is unknown to her, but the “Papa” seems to remember him from somewhere. Then there’s Kath’s brother, Ed. He’s done very well for himself in business and ... Read the complete review
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