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RIP Ronnie, king of theatrical anecdotes - Gyles Brandreth

Regulars | By Gyles Brandreth

Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay in The Dresser (1983)

From Gielgud to Pinter, playwright Ronald Harwood knew them all

The playwright and Oscar-winning screenwriter Sir Ronald Harwood died in September and I went to his funeral, both as a friend and representing HRH The Duchess of Cornwall. In a woke-aware, gender-fluid way, that would have much amused Ronnie, The Prince of Wales was represented by Dame Maggie Smith. ...


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