Fallen Angels Reviews
Newest Review: ... every red-blooded man's heart throb. Born into a theatrical family she has been performing since birth and this experience shows in her masterful command of comic timing. Frances de la Tour's husky voice sends shivers down my spine. She is an actress with a track record from 'Rising Damp' to the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre. The women discuss the arrival of a lover while getting noticeably drunker on cocktails and Champagne. This was originally considered disgracefully shocking and calls were made to ban the play, but has no effect on audiences raised on Jerry Springer. The modern production makes the inc... more
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by - written on 12/01/01, updated on 12/01/01 (Very useful, 144 readings)
Fallen Angels is a witty light comedy written by Noel Coward, Originally produced in 1924 it is one of Cowards earliest works which thirty years later he revised and updated to set in 1935. It is a vehicle for two female leads, Felicity Kendall and Frances de la Tour, who hold the stage for the majority of the play. Felicity has a huge fan base from the hit television series 'The Good Life', where her elfin good looks, not to mention her rear view in tight jeans made every red-blooded man's heart throb. Born into a theatrical family she has been performing since birth and this experience shows in her masterful command of comic timing. Frances de la ... Read the complete review
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