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by Christopher Hampton
' My search for universal experience has led me here. To lead an idle, pointless life of poverty, as the minion of a bald, ugly, ageing, drunken lyric poet, who Clings on to me because his wife won'take him back.'
Derek Godfrey as Verlaine
Kenneth Cranham as Rimbaud and Gwen Watford
Produced by RONALD MASON
Derek Godfrey is in ' The Ruling Class ' at the Piccadilly Theatre. London
To be repeated on May 18 See page 42
See also 10.30 p.m.


Unknown: Christopher Hampton
Unknown: Derek Godfrey
Unknown: Kenneth Cranham
Produced By: Ronald Mason
Produced By: Derek Godfrey
Mme Fleurville: Marjorie Westbury
Mathilde: Rosalind Shanks
Charles Cros: Haydn Jones
Maid: Kathleen Helme
M de Fleurville: David March
Etienne Cariat: Nigel Hawthorne
Jean Aicard: Peter Pratt
Ernest Cabaner: Leonard Fenton
Eugenie Krantz: Barbara Mrrchell
Isabelle Rimbaud: Gwen Watford

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