|Title:||Buglar Boy and His Swish Friend|
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|Category:||Dramas and Plays|
|Publisher:||Imprint unknown; First Edition edition (July 1983)|
Harry Stanley Eveling’s books. The Balachites; And The Strange Case Of Martin Richter. The Buglar Boy And His Swish Friend.
Four plays by the distinguished Scottish-based writer Stanley Eveling, long associated with Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre. In The Strange Case of Martin Richter, a group of men with a terrible past act out a fantasy in a German country house. In ONEFOURSEVEN, concentration camp inmates, on the edge of despair, discuss the nature of jokes and the mysticism of numbers, lucky and otherwise.
Select Format: Paperback. Four plays by a distinguished Scottish based writer long associated with Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre. ISBN13:9781840025477.
Stanley Eveling, or Harry Stanley Eveling was an English playwright and academic, based in Scotland. His plays include Come and Be Killed, Buglar Boy and other works. Eveling's plays have been performed worldwide and in Edinburgh at the Traverse Theatre since the 1960s. He died of cancer on 24 December 2008.
Stanley Eveling, who has died aged 83, was the first playwright to have a new work premiered at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh. He was also an academic philosopher, a much-loved teacher at Edinburgh University for more than 30 years, and, in the 1970s and 80s, the influential television critic of the Scotsman. Eveling was born in Newcastle, the son of a working-class Newcastle girl and a young Jewish man who left soon after his birth. Eveling was educated at Rutherford College and Samuel King's School. After serving as an officer with the Durham Light Infantry in the Far East at the end of the Second World War, he attended Durham University and Oxford University. Eveling taught at Aberdeen University and the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, before becoming a senior lecturer and a teaching fellow in philosophy at Edinburgh University, and later professor of moral philosophy.
Stanley Eveling, or Harry Stanley Eveling (4 August 1925 in Newcastle upon Tyne – 24 December 2008 in Edinburgh) was an English playwright and academic, based in Scotland. He then completed a postgraduate degree in philosophy at Oxford University. His plays include Come and Be Killed, Buglar Boy and other works He died of cancer on 24 December 2008. McMillan, Joyce (5 January 2009).
Stanley Eveling, or Harry Stanley Eveling (born 1925, Newcastle, England) is a British playwright. His plays include "Come and Be Killed", "Buglar Boy" and many other highly influential works. Eveling's plays have been performrd worldwide and in Edinburgh at the Traverse Theatre since the 1960s. Eveling was also a professor of moral philosophy at Edinburgh University. worldcat idlccn-n5161.