Well-known as a theatre critic for The Times, and formerly for Punch, Jeremy Kingston is also a playwright. His recent play Making Dickie Happy, about a fictitious weekend in which Dickie Mountbatten, Noel Coward and Agatha Christie stay at the same hotel, won rave reviews on its London debut.
There’s a revival of the show in March 2013, which will also be directed by Robert Gillespie.
I spoke to Jeremy about his career, focussing on Making Dickie Happy.
You can read my interview with him here.