(Michael Billington’s article appeared in the Guardian, 9/14.)

It takes a certain wild courage to write an accompaniment to an acknowledged one-act masterpiece like Terence Rattigan's The Browning Version. But David Hare has taken on the task and the result is a work that is perfectly complementary to the Rattigan in that both plays are about the pain, loneliness and insecurity that seem inseparable from an English public-school education.


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