Readings from The Ivy House Diary: with Martin Banks and Livia Morant

In The Ivy House Diary, Martin Banks and Rose-Mary Harrington (understudied here by Livia Morant) recall their part in the cultural revolution in 1960s London when they were at an esteemed yet anarchic drama school. There were demos to attend, draft-dodgers to hide, theatre to create and the underground culture

Readings from The Ivy House Diary: with Martin Banks and Livia Morant

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In The Ivy House Diary, Martin Banks and Rose-Mary Harrington (understudied here by Livia Morant) recall their part in the cultural revolution in 1960s London when they were at an esteemed yet anarchic drama school. There were demos to attend, draft-dodgers to hide, theatre to create and the underground culture to embrace. Their candid recollections are told with humour and some sadness.

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