Farce in novel form

2012-11-07 00:00


THINK of farce and think of Michael Frayn, and you think of Noises Off, that wonderful explosion of theatrical lunacy. The script is, of course, witty, but a lot of its success is visual — the set, the marvellous scene with the axe (which I have never seen better done than in Peter Mitchell’s Hexagon production some years ago), and the plate of sardines.

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