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1989

1989


February 1989: The theatre presents a season of three French plays to mark the centenary of the birth of Jean Cocteau, one of France's most celebrated and notorious artists. Cocteau's Les Parents Terribles plays alongside Vinaver's Situation Vacant (la Demande d'Emloi) and the theatre's first Moliere play, The Bourgeois Gentilhomme.

Samuel West and Elizabeth Shepherd in Les Parents Terribles, 1989. Photo by Paul Thompson.

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