Oh! Calcutta! By Kenneth Tynan, Grove Press Evergreen B-226, 1969, Samuel Beckett, Edna O'Brien, Jules Feiffer, Leonard Melfi, John Lennon

Oh! Calcutta! By Kenneth Tynan, Grove Press Evergreen B-226, 1969, Samuel Beckett, Edna O'Brien, Jules Feiffer, Leonard Melfi, John Lennon

By Kenneth Tynan Publisher: Grove Press Evergreen 1969 In Oh! Kenneth Tynan has assembled a group of sketches which deal with alm

In this review, originally published in the Observer on 24 March 1963, Kenneth Tynan finds the first world war musical to be a one-woman show

Kenneth Tynan on Joan Littlewood and Oh! What a Lovely War

In this review, originally published in the Observer on 24 March 1963, Kenneth Tynan finds the first world war musical to be a one-woman show

Kenneth Tynan: 'How far should one accept the rules of the society in which one lives? To put it another way: at what point does conformity become corruption? Only by answering such questions does the conscience truly define itself.'

Kenneth Tynan: 'How far should one accept the rules of the society in which one lives? To put it another way: at what point does conformity become corruption? Only by answering such questions does the conscience truly define itself.'

Kenneth Tynan, 53, Dies on Coast; One of Britain's Top Drama Critics

Kenneth Tynan, 53, Dies on Coast; One of Britain's Top Drama Critics

2 April 1927 – 26 July 1980: Kenneth Tynan: "I attacked those Western playwrights who use their influence and affluence to preach to the world the nihilistic doctrine that life is pointless and irrationally destructive, and that there is nothing we can do about it. Until everyone is fed, clothed, housed and taught, until human beings have equal leisure to contemplate the overwhelming fact of mortality, we should not (I argued) indulge in the luxury of "privileged despair."

2 April 1927 – 26 July 1980: Kenneth Tynan: "I attacked those Western playwrights who use their influence and affluence to preach to the world the nihilistic doctrine that life is pointless and irrationally destructive, and that there is nothing we can do about it. Until everyone is fed, clothed, housed and taught, until human beings have equal leisure to contemplate the overwhelming fact of mortality, we should not (I argued) indulge in the luxury of "privileged despair."

The Dud Avocado by Elaine Dundy (Kenneth Tynan's wife)

The Dud Avocado by Elaine Dundy (Kenneth Tynan's wife)

Persona Grata - Cecil Beaton and Kenneth Tynan (1954) - classic book celebrating the best of society in the 1950s

Persona Grata - Cecil Beaton and Kenneth Tynan (1954) - classic book celebrating the best of society in the 1950s

Persona Grata - Cecil Beaton and Kenneth Tynan - classic book celebrating the best of society in the

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