A Tribute – Gielgud’s Ages of Man
This article is from 2009.
Billed at two hours, George Innes rushes to complete his tribute to Gielgud on time, losing several impatient people halfway through. It’s a shame; while his Romeo lacks youthful vigour, Innes is an imperious Prospero, and reads Gielgud’s letters with infectious admiration. Good, but a poor fit for the Free Fringe.
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