Dame Diana Rigg: No turn unstoned
No Turn Unstoned – A history and anecdotes of life in the theatre.
A scholarly, insightful and highly entertaining reflection of the worst theatrical reviews in history and a celebration of the actors who survive.
Following an uncouth comment about her nude scene in Abelard and Heloiseby critic John Simon, Dame Diana was inspired to write No Turn Unstoned.Hear stories from her many friends in theatre and film and a history of theatre criticism with reviews from as far back as Ancient Greece.
Dame Diana Rigg, CBE, is one of the UK’s leading stage and screen actresses. Notable roles includeMedea, Mother Courage, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Avengers, Game of Thrones, Mother Love and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
“Rigg’s storied are absolutely pricelesss…this is, indeed, an excellent entertainment” (Telegraph)
“An entertaining collection of cocuscating reviews… A love letter to theatre itself and all the actors who have gone before her” (Guardian)
“Great fun….Rigg can be fabulous company” (Times)
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL 2015