Nicholas De Jongh Politics, prudery & perversions
the censoring of the English stage, 1901-1968
Until 1968 plays scheduled for performance were censured in England. Scripts had to be submitted and read and their contents approved. The detrimental and often farcical prohibitions left an indelibile mark on decades of English drama. Chapters about playing a prime minister on stage, about the position of women, homosexual relations, politics on stage and Edward Bond's play 'Saved'.
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