Author(s): Kenneth Tynan; John Lahr (Editor)
For over three decades, on both sides of the Atlantic, Tynan was at the hot centre of the theatre and film worlds. He knew everybody; and everybody wanted to know him. His diaries so full of gossip bear witness to the fame he courted and the price he paid for it.
These sizzling diaries will remind older readers of a man whose reputation as one of the greatest critics of the twentieth century is still unchallenged and introduce younger readers to an electrifying writer who simply could not be boring.