The Queen and I

TitleThe Queen and I
Year for Search1992
AuthorsTownsend, Sue [Susan Lillian](1946-2014)
Date Published1992
PublisherMethuen
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author
Annotation

Satire. The U. K. becomes a republic and the Queen is given a pensioner’s flat where she lives with her family. See also 2006 Townsend.

Additional Publishers

Part republished as The Queen in Hell Close. London: Penguin, 2005. Theatre version as The Queen and I: The Play With Songs. London: Methuen Drama in association with the Royal Court Theatre, 1994 [Songs by Ian Dury and Mickey Gallagher]. Rev. and re-written as The Queen and I: A Play. London: Samuel French, 1996

Info Notes

First performed at the Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, Eng., March 23, 1994, followed by a national tour, and a season at the Royal Court beginning June 7, 1994. A sequel is Queen Camilla. London: Michael Joseph, 2014

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

Female author (1946-2014).

Full Text

1992 Townsend, Sue [Susan Lillian] (1946-2014). The Queen and I. London: Methuen. Part republished as The Queen in Hell Close. London: Penguin, 2005. Theatre version as The Queen and I: The Play With Songs. London: Methuen Drama in association with the Royal Court Theatre, 1994 [Songs by Ian Dury and Mickey Gallagher]. Rev. and re-written as The Queen and I: A Play. London: Samuel French, 1996. Both volumes give the same theatrical history and cast. First performed at the Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, Eng., March 23, 1994, followed by a national tour, and a season at the Royal Court beginning June 7, 1994. L

Satire. The U. K. becomes a republic and the Queen is given a pensioner’s flat where she lives with her family. See also 2006 Townsend. Female author.