Description - The Madness of George III by Alan Bennett
George III's behaviour was often odd, but now he is deranged, rumoured to have even addressed a tree as the King of Prussia. Doctors are brought in, the government wavers and the Prince Regent takes over. This play explores the court of the mad king. Alan Bennett is the author of "Forty Years On", "Single Spies", "Prick Up Your Ears", "Talking Heads" and "The Old Country".
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(197mm x 126mm x 10mm)
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Author Biography - Alan Bennett
Alan Bennett first appeared on the stage in 1960 as one of the authors and performers of the revue 'Beyond the Fringe'. His stage plays include Forty Years On, Getting On, Habeas Corpus, The Old Country and The Lady in the Van, and he has written many television plays, notably A Day Out, Sunset Across the Bay, A Woman of No Importance and the series of monologues Talking Heads. An adaptation of his television play, An Englishman Abroad, was paired with A Question of Attribution in the double-bill Single Spies, first produced at the National Theatre in 1988. This was followed in 1990 by his adaptation of The Wind in the Willows and in 1991 by The Madness of George III. Alan Bennett is the author of the best-selling biography Writing Home, and the short novels The Clothes They Stood Up In, Father Father Burning Bright, The Lady in the Van and The L