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On 5 November 2017, Cork City captained by Bennett completed the league and cup double after defeating Dundalk in the 2017 FAI Cup Final. He has represented the Republic of Ireland national team. Much of his work draws on his Leeds background and while he is celebrated for his acute observations of a particular type of northern speech ("It'll take more than Dairy Box to banish memories of Pearl Harbour"), the range and daring of his work is often undervalued. Han följde upp med en andra omgång av sex Talking Heads-stycken ett årtionde senare. Sarah Bennett (daughter)Josh Bennett (grandson) If people don't want it then it's too bad."[4]. [40] He said he "loosely" based The History Boys on his experiences at the school and his admission to Oxford. [7], A West End theatre production, also entitled Talking Heads, opened at the Comedy Theatre in January 1992 for a 10-week season, starring Patricia Routledge and Alan Bennett, who also directed, plus piano interludes by Jeremy Sams. The History Boys fick även ta emot sex Tony Awards på Broadway, bland annat för bästa teateruppsättning, bästa huvudrollsinnehavare i en pjäs (Richard Griffiths), bästa kvinnliga skådespelare i en pjäs (Frances de la Tour) och bästa teaterregi (Nicholas Hytner). [21] He began Untold Stories (published 2005) thinking it would be published posthumously, but his cancer went into remission. Bennett also received the Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Theatre. [39], In December 2011 Bennett returned to Lawnswood School, nearly 60 years after he left, to unveil the renamed Alan Bennett Library. There are two series of Talking Heads, six monologues in each, along with an earlier (1982) play, A Woman of No Importance, which, while not released alongside Talking Heads, generally fits into the canon. [3] For example, Matthias Robinsons, in which Miss Fozzard works, closed in the 1970s. In August 1960 Bennett, along with Dudley Moore, Jonathan Miller and Peter Cook, achieved instant fame by appearing at the Edinburgh Festival in the satirical revue Beyond the Fringe. 4' 6" ", "Jodie Comer to star in new BBC production of Alan Bennett's Talking Head", "Talking Heads Live | The Bridge Theatre", Laurence Olivier Award for Best Family Show,, Television articles with incorrect naming style, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Rochenda Sandall plays Marjory in "The Outside Dog", This page was last edited on 18 October 2020, at 22:54. 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Bennett studerade vid Leeds Modern School (nu Lawnswood School) och vid Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge och senare vid Oxfords universitet där han läste historia. Den har även vunnit Critics' Circle Theatre Awards och Evening Standard Awards för bästa skådespelare och bästa pjäs. Er erhielt eine Juniorprofessur am Magdalen College in Oxford (1960–62). Kara McKechnie, Alan Bennett, The Television Series, Manchester University Press, 2007. He was accepted by Exeter College, Oxford, from which he graduated with a first-class degree in history. In 1998 he refused an honorary doctorate from Oxford University, in protest at its acceptance of funding for a chair from press baron Rupert Murdoch. On 16 February 2010 Bennett joined Wycombe Wanderers on a one-month emergency loan. Efter festivalen fortsatte showen i London och New York. Alan Bennett (born 9 May 1934) is a British playwright, screenwriter, actor and author. Alan Bennett (n. 9 mai 1934, Armley[*] , Regatul Unit) este un dramaturg, scenarist, actor și autor.A absolvit Universitatea Oxford unde a studiat istoria și a jucat alături de the Oxford Revue.A continuat să studieze istoria medievală la Universitate câțiva ani. [9] However, he recovered quicker than expected and returned to training at Wycombe in late April. At the National Theatre in late 2009 Nicholas Hytner directed Bennett's play The Habit of Art, about the relationship between the poet W. H. Auden and the composer Benjamin Britten. A second series was broadcast on BBC Two in 1998. Alan Bennett (født 9. mai 1934 i Leeds i West Yorkshire), er en britisk forfatter, skuespiller, komiker og dramatiker. 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