Enid Blyton: Noddy, Big-Ears and Lashings of Controversy

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Starring Liz Grand as Enid Blyton. Written by Kit Hunter.

“The show’s subject is brilliantly played by Liz Grand, already well-versed in portraying strong independent women, appearing in other solo productions ‘Where is Mrs Christie?’, ‘Mrs Churchill – My Life With Winston’ and ‘The Second Best Bed’”. ***** View From The Stalls

Everybody of a certain age has read an Enid Blyton book. She was loved by children but vilified by the BBC, teachers, critics and librarians. She sold more than 600 million books, despite being banned by the BBC, libraries and schools. She was accused of many things including being a racist.  Her love-life was interesting and she had numerous affairs including with her children’s nanny. She died of Alzheimer’s in 1968 aged 71, mourned by millions of readers.

Liz Grand (previous shows ‘The Second Best Bed’, ‘Where Is Mrs. Christie?’ and ‘Mrs. Churchill – My life With Winston’) plays this remarkable and controversial woman and brings you her story.

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