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Theatre

One of the best nights of my life: Hampstead Theatre's Peggy For You reviewed

15 January 2022

9:00 AM

15 January 2022

9:00 AM

Peggy for You

Hampstead Theatre, until 29 January

Trouble in Mind

Dorfman Theatre, until 29 January

Hampstead Theatre has revived a play about Peggy Ramsay, the legendary West End agent who shaped the careers of Joe Orton, Robert Bolt, David Hare and others. We first meet her on the phone to a dramatist whose new script is good but, warns Peggy, it must not be produced because it will damage his career.

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