by Noël Coward
The roaring twenties. A world in flux. The magnetic Florence Lancaster draws people to her like moths to a flame. But when her son Nicky arrives home from Paris with an unexpected fiancée and a secret, it sets off a chain of events which threatens to pull them all into a maelstrom.
Noël Coward's brilliantly witty and stinging portrait of the darkness beneath the glittering surface of the Jazz Age is as vivid today as when it premiered, causing a sensation and catapulting its young writer to his first great success.
This revised edition returns to Coward's original drafts and was published to coincide with Chichester Festival Theatre's new production directed by Daniel Raggett and starring Lia Williams and Joshua James, in April 2023.
Paperback, 96 pages