RepositoryFalmouth University (GB 3241)
Ref NoCPA1/233
Alt Ref NoNotebook 74
CPA1/233
Date1989
LevelItem
Extent1 item
TitleNotebook
DescriptionContains:
Diary between September-October 1989 when living in shed
Notes regarding letter from Daniel Coxwell direcor of The Dead Monkey in the US regarding getting Kissing The Pope staged in the US
Diary entry concerning a sticker which he spied in the rear of a car in the car park- 'Peace Through Nato'
Notes on a meeting at the Arts Council - including Timerlake Wurtenbaker 'a very lipsticky kiss from Jenny Topper [Bush Theatre]', Ruth Mackenzie
Description of incident at Green Park tube station concerning the racial abuse of a Jew, including Nick's thoughts on witnessing and why he didn't take any action and the feelings of guilt attached to that decision
Entry mentioning his concerns about moving to Cornwall and the potential impact on his work
Notes on management of council and community plays
Notes on the rehearsal of Kissing the Pope
Entry mentioning a letter written to the Guardian Newspaper with criticism of Nicholas de Young which he regrets greatly as it gave a bad review, Nick also discusses his feelings regarding negative reviews
Entry telling of his hopes for success with Dead Monkey in the US
Notes about the commencing of the Arena Filming.
FormatManuscript
Access StatusOpen
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