Yet no matter how far we roam, to debates on interracial dating and beyond, we return to our roots, follicular and otherwise. I'm a confident women who holds integrity high on my list. It is the kind of contentious gag Littlewood would have loved.Part of me has some sympathy with Gove’s point of view, however. But his suggestion that it is somehow wrong to criticise the leadership of the conflict is surely absurd.All seven are given lengthy monologues, most of which could benefit from some stringent editing.
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In a heatwave-struck London, four homeless lads each go on a date with Summer, newly arrived from the Philippines.
Meanwhile, Summer’s mentor, Joan, tries to help sandwich-seller Justine feel comfortable with herself. Designer Tom Paris’ huge, George Melies-style inflatable moon, which hangs over the too-green grass of his perspective-distorting set, adds to the Fairytale of London feel of Beadle-Blair’s production.
Even Alan Clark, the former Tory MP who wasn’t exactly famous for his lefty views, shared the belief that in the First World War the British Tommies were lions led by donkeys.
And Siegfried Sassoon, who served in the war, wrote a devastating attack on Haig in his mordant poem The General, which ends with the line “But he did for them both with his plan of attack.” There is a particularly chilling moment in the show when we hear Haig declaring “There must be no squeamishness over losses” as the casualty figures become ever more devastating.