Evening Standard from London, Greater London, England on May 14, 1968 · 4
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Evening Standard from London, Greater London, England · 4

London, Greater London, England
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Tuesday, May 14, 1968
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r r c 4— EVENING STANDARD TDESDAT MAT 14 IMS - 1- V- ' f'2 MILTON The Rome stabile Theatre’ r production of N A PLE8 B Y NIGHT NAPLES BY DAY by Raffade VlTlanl at the Aldwyeh has given this year's World - Theatre: Season a decided and much-needed lift ’ - A kind of NeapdUtan Threepenny Opera It Is a mannered excursion through the shady streets of Naples where the seedy underground comes to the surface and starts to flower at night The -denizens of ' this emotional hand - shaking shoulder-quivering world are presented in a stylish revue form with variety c&mped- RAY CONNOLLY The Cliff Richard secret THE secret of Cliff Richard’s staying power In pod show business must surely be the way his whole on-stage presence exudes good nature ' Last night he opened at the Talk ef the Town for a four week run without The Shadows and I should be surprised If thri was a person in thehotue who didn’t welcome him back as an old friend 4 ' HO Just has that sort of talent His voice Is nothing to write home about (note the way he softens -his high notes to disguise his lack of range) but he’s a totally engaging performer Lost night aided’ by ’ the Breakaways (three veritable "S f J leads Seethe CUP FINAL inCOLOUB 'weekly Airiilunff fiqtirtf MiMMMramilljMndii Dial DER 9i922 (London) up to 10 pm (including Sundays) or call at your local showroom SHULMAN AT THE THEATRE — t' '?? tonic fro up opera robust music-hall silent cinema parodies all being used by the director Giuseppe Patron! Griffl to keep the action gaily bubbling along w r tmfprobector 'aggarts berth they meet to iTt outand manage to ltad story 1 ably the evening eating aspect since It of the efforts of a of prison to get from her latest n The simple Br fight in spite of the fierce thumb-biting - extravagantly cavalier gestures reasons for avoiding a ' slcal confrontation - Inez the whore they at the Talk of the Town Sisters of She) and with Norrle Paramor In charge of an augmented Burt Rhodes Orchestra he zipped through an hour’s show with zest and ease TOQ SOM Musically' the high-spot — Ain’t Nothing but a House Party —came too soon and ' he was struggling with a self-accompanied Bachelor Boy but it didn’t really matter His Jokes (“ I want to make It clear I am not becoming a monk And I'm not becoming a nun either”) were wittily self-deprecatory and he even managed to make Congratulations enjoyable — &f ter announcing it to a fanfare of trumpeting raspberries from the orchestra with flying colours See every move of the greatest match of the year in real-life colour- by renting 19 colour TV from DER now I Renting from DER you’ll enjoy the best In colour JV with no worries about eetvice Initial payment £45100 then £590 monthly (starting 1 month after installation) - that's just 25- a week I Free prompt skilled service if ever needed Nearly all BBC2 programmes are in colour now - and your DER colour TV will give you perfect 'black and white’ on BBC1 and ITV tool brate the discovery that if the girls seduce the police their life will be much freer in the Via Toledo in Naples It is the parade of lavish character— coffee sellers bakers playboys waiters whores gigolos and small-time crooks— quarrelling gesticulating sing mg as only Italian actor can that gives this entertainment its unique delight The two pimp— Antonio Caa- grande and Mariano Rigillo— confronting each other like exuberant stick Insects stiffly formal In every insult ana gesture they make are Joyous to And the girls Angela Luce and Marina Pagano -amongst others' strutting through the streets as if every inch they trod upon was personally theirs brought a gust of aggressive femininity to the proceedings such as one rarely sees In the West End JEALOUSY: - The evening’s second play The Music of the Blind People about a blind musician who Is Jealous of his wife until he learns that she Is very ugly is a less enterprising and Inventive ay than Naples By Night aides By Day - - It gives Franco SportellL as the blind double bass player and Rosita Pisano as his much-abused wife opportunities for sentimental self-pity which they seize with true Latin gusto But it is asmall anecdote which I feel should be the evening’s curtain-raiser rather than its finale If you can get a ticket I would hurry along to the Aldwyeh this week “ 'V television 0F C0URI1 the earners ean (lYtAl um fie The nuehine eemat uz M A ' with a ameepar tonight In The rating ni”-Aikv art raitlw as m wmen has by meat ef the 1 the beat ene that ' ir Using ana of jy tricks ef hie trade mavis-maker Ntnrl- Qoorsts Clauzat has manaaad to make me hours he boon produced oinoo tha war tha man: wo manaaod to mako mo nouro irk pa a oanvao look Ilka It took too Juullns with hit photo-t Mr Clouiot will show you a (rawing boforo your vary oyoo af tho paintor'a only f aw mi won — nuts Ehio oeuipmont Mr Clouzot will &tagswwar BBC-1 (VlUSy-for Sehotb and 1 lw CeUegesr lLUWatehJ Bark: -The Harbour-ILIA— Going to Work 114A— Making Music 12J-124&— Mathematics in Action 1A5K —Welsh programme 125-LJl — News Weather 1 Schools and Colleges Television : diHbu 4-4L-Jackanory with Gilbert Wynne A5L— Deputy Dawg LlL— Tom Tom : Grand Prlx report " 520— Endaranee:-8 — The BMdle of Easter Uland L4L— The Magic Roundabout 549— Weather jm ' ' LI FI IS A CIRCUS BBC-1 7JS rc ' ' l 1 f- - - 5 Crt— New followed' by a'TrTown and Around and “Weather '"'v - C C— Whleker1 Werld : Alan 1 9 Whicker shares The World of James Bond - On location in Japan with the Bond ALOOOAOO epic— You Only Live - Twice from BBC-2) 7 C— Z care The Gullty Ones : Part 2 7JL-Ni ews -Film 7 af) — The British Film Comedy: Life Is a Or-: cua The Crazy Gang Bud wbwwa A AaW VI SM Flanagan Nervo and Kncat' Nmrhbm And Onld - with Naughton and Gold with "Monsewer” Eddie Gray and guest star Ghesney Allen Gang offer to revive the fortunes of a travelling circus by putting on a show of their own 4 e 850 — 8rtninr i Including highlights : from- last i night’s fight between Walter 4 25-Tlnker’s Tales 445- f Crossroads 54A2A-Ad- I Alan Rudkta fJheRrftiA- venture of Robin Hood 9A-vifkLW® bantamweight Day by Dav S45 — My Three 'riKS-’-Vv 10 The World Professional r’4” Ballroom D a n e I n g i Champienriiip ' The - world’s -i finest dancers from 17 coun- tries- compete at the Royal - Albert Hall London for tire : -World Professional Modem Championship and the -World ’ Professional Latln-Amerlcan - Championship - 1 II 14— News Weather 1117 ! 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