- Author:Benedict Nightingale
- Publisher:Allen Lane; First Edition edition (May 1, 1973)
- Pages:324 pages
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William Benedict Herbert Nightingale (born 14 May 1939) is a British journalist, formerly a regular theatre critic for The Times newspaper. He was born in 1939 and educated at Charterhouse and Magdalene College, Cambridge.
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Historical records matching Benedict Nightingale. Benedict Nightingale in Biographical Summaries of Notable People. Collection: Biographical Summaries of Notable People. His diary of the period was first published by Times Books in 1986 as Fifth Row Center: A Critic's Year On and Off Broadway He was appointed chief theatre critic for The Times in London in 1990 in succession to Irving Wardle. After two decades at The Times, on 1 June 2010 Nightingale was replaced by The Times journalist Libby Purves.
Benedict is one of the freshest and most vivid writers on theatre. Janet Suzman ‘Benedict has been the leading theatre critic of his generation and has written for The Times for twenty years, setting the standard by which the great performances and productions are judged. People onstage, backstage and in the audience have come to trust his every observation and judgement delivered with style, humour and passion. He writes with style, perspective and wit, and with a deep knowledge of his subject.