Tag Archives: Kenneth Williams

February 23

Privates on Parade – Alice Livingstone modernises Peter Nichols big questions. (Theater Review)

British self-consciousness is rarely a serious thing. Self criticism is often performed through comedy or parody and is part of why we love British humour so much – it seems so much smarter than what other nations can produce. Set in 1948, Privates on Parade sits in the early stages of that political oddity known as the Malayan emergency and follows […]