The Dresser

Plays about the inner working of a theatre tend to go one of two ways, especially when the audience on press night in particular is overflowing with thespian royalty. Michael Frayn’s Noises Off, written but 2 years later, is perhaps the more famous of the genre but The Dresser, likely Ron Harwood’s most celebrated stage endeavour, is gamely stating its own case too with a recent television adaptation featuring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Anthony Hopkins.

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