Robert Tanitch reviews Salad Days at Union Theatre, London SW1 In 1954 two long-running British musicals premiered in the West End. Firstly, there was Sandy Wilson’s The Boy Friend, which had transferred from The Players’ Club, and then there was Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds’s Salad Days, which had transferred from the Bristol Old Vic. (read more)

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