Leave Before You Go

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Although their sheer numbers preclude further consideration, many other notable and long-established playwrights, from Sir Alan Ayckbourn to David Hare, from Pam Gems to Peter Shaffer, have continued to produce diverse and successful works of drama for the contemporary British stage. In London especially, one can not only experiment with the best of British, but the best of the world as there are many distinct ethnic cuisines to sample, Chinese, Indian, Italian and Greek restaurants are amongst the most popular.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Ecco (May 1, 2000)

ISBN: 0060196610

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