Lynda Bellingham At The Phoenix Theatre, London, In “Norman, is that you?”

HARRY Worth and Lynda Bellingham and Harry Worth rehearse at the Phoenix Theatre in London in the new West End comedy, Norman, is that you?.

Date: 08/04/1975


Theatre - Harry Worth and Lynda Bellingham - West End, London


As for the play:

A Jewish dry cleaner from Ohio arrives in New York to visit his adult son Norman after his wife runs off with his own brother. Instead of the solace he is expecting, he finds more turmoil when he discovers his son is living with Garson, a male partner

The irascible and stubborn father struggles comically with his denial of Norman’s orientation and his begrudging respect for Garson, even seeking out a lady of the night [Bellingham] to set Norman straight. In the end, this loving father comes face to face with his affection for his son and his wife, who shows up repentant in New York









Theatre - Harry Worth and Lynda Bellingham - West End, London

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