House Guest by Frances Durbridge
Princess Theatre Melbourne 1982
Frances Durbridge was born in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, and educated at Bradford Grammar School, where he was encouraged to write by his English teacher. He continued to do so while studying English at the University of Birmingham. After graduating in 1933, he worked for a short time as a stockbroker's clerk before selling a radio play, Promotion, to the BBC at the age of 21.
Durbridge created the character of Paul Temple, a crime novelist and detective, in the 1930s. With Steve Trent, a Fleet Street journalist who would later become his wife, Temple solved numerous crimes in the glamorous world of the leisured middle classes, first on radio, then in films and, from 1969 to 1971, in a television series. In addition to the Paul Temple series, Durbridge wrote other mysteries for radio and television, many of which were also produced for Dutch, German and Italian television and radio. In the Netherlands Temple was known as Paul Vlaanderen.
Frances plays include : Suddenly at Home (1971), The Gentle Hook (1974), House Guest (1976), Murder With Love (1976), Deadly Nightcap (1983), A Touch of Danger (1987), The Small Hours (1991), Sweet Revenge (1993), Fatal Encounter (2002-posthumous)
Cast: Patrick Macnee, Rosemary Barr, Margaret Ford, Polly Low, Sher Guhl, Leslie Wright, Harry Davidson, Raymond Duparc
This Souvenir Program is from the 1982 - Princess Theatre Melbourne
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