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A. C. H. Smith. Part 1 of 2

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:40:54

  • Shelf mark

    C1142/117; C1142/118

  • Subjects

    Writers and critics

  • Recording date

    2006-08-04

  • Interviewees

    Smith, A. C. H. (male)

  • Interviewers

    Andrews, Jamie (speaker, male)

  • Description

    A. C. H. Smith, playwright, on acting; Samuel Beckett; Bristol Little Theatre; Bristol Old Vic theatre school; critics; T. S. Eliot; 'Endgame'; Ernest Hemingway; influences upon his writing; 'Look Back in Anger'; musicals; pantomime; Harold Pinter; programmes; Royal Shakespeare Company; Tom Stoppard; theatre-going; 'Universities' Poetry'; 'Waiting for Godot'; 'Western Daily Press' arts page; Charles Wood.

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