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3–7 (Mon–Fri) TP auditions. 7 (Fri) Evening parents. 38 A Harold Pinter Chronology 8 (Sat) 10 (Mon) 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 24 25 26 31 (Tue) (Wed) (Thur) (Fri) (Sun) (Mon) (Tue) (Mon) (Tue) (Wed) (Mon) Morning Timothy West, actor. Evening James Hammerstein discusses Hammerstein’s direction of stage production of TP and TB Duchess Theatre. Meets Eddie Kulukundis, theatre director, arts patron. 4:30pm Eddie Kulukundis. 5:30pm Lois Gordon, critic. 6:15pm John Russell Taylor, critic. Oval, England v Rest of the World.
3pm Clive Donner. 7pm CM. 19 (Sat) David Storey’s In Celebration RC. 22 (Tue) Evening 80th birthday celebratory concert for Dr Alfred Kalmus, founder London branch of Universal Editions, at the forefront of contemporary music, at the Queen Elizabeth Hall (QEH). 1969 25 (Fri) 26 (Sat) 30 (Wed) 31 Noon John Whiting Award ceremony for Howard Brenton’s Christie in Love. Lord’s. 12:30pm cricket lesson. 5pm parents. 6pm Mixed Doubles. May 7 (Wed) 11 16 19 25 26 29 Attends performance of Pierre Boulez’s ‘Pli Selon Pli’ Royal Festival Hall (RFH).
Richard Round interview (Guardian, Arts, 8). Harold Hobson interview (Christian Science Monitor; BR: G35, 36). 18 (Thur) Morning Bu readings. 4:45pm PH, John Bury, theatre designer, CGa. Five Screenplays first Methuen edition published (BR: B2). 21 (Sun) Dublin. 22–23 (Mon–Tue) Rehearsals. April 3 (Sat) 5 (Mon) 6 (Tue) 7 (Wed) 8 (Thur) 9 (Fri) 12–17 (Mon–Sat) 14 (Wed) 15 (Thur) 19 (Mon) 20 (Tue) 21 (Wed) 23 (Fri) 25 (Sun) London. OT rehearsals. 3:30pm GB screening. Bu auditions. Hove. Bu. Evening PW.