The Hollow Crown


In The Hollow Crown, a recital about British monarchs, Alan Howard pauses, twitches, flicks his eyes about, gives little nods when listening to the other three and generally acts up a storm all by himself; and very nice too. Without him, as it sometimes is, it might be a bit dull.

Mark Amory

The Spectator, June/July 1981.

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