From the exemplar of jazz-age glamour to grand patriot and self-parody, Noel Coward was one of the greatest wits of his age.
His sophisticated songs, his dressing gowns as daywear and his cigarette holder — the image of Noel Coward was cemented in the popular cultural mind through most of the 20th century. Known for his slightly-scandalous plays and his ubiquity in the world of London theatre, Coward was a child star who never left the spotlight.
Join Walter Mason for a fascinating examination of Noel Coward’s carefully guarded private life and how it helped shape his outrageously famous public persona.
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