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Created by Alan Bennett, the show tells the story of an unruly bunch of bright, funny sixth-form boys in pursuit of sex, sport and a place at university.
Birthdays: Alan Bennett, Glenda Jackson and Candice Bergen
Mr Makin previously said: "The will does not contain any instructions for Alan Bennett or contain anything that could be given to him that would now identify where Keith Bennett's body was buried."
Matthew Kelly and David Yelland in Alan Bennett's The Habit of Art.
Exploring themes of friendship, rivalry, heartache and the emotional cost of creativity, it is filled with all the usual wit, warmth and wry humour that have made Alan Bennett such a treasured figure in British theatre.
Huddersfield Thespians are staging Alan Bennett's The History Boys later this year
| CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS: Alan Bennett, playwright and author, 84; Albert Finney, actor, 82; Glenda Jackson, actress turned politician, 82; James L Brooks, writer, producer and director, 78; Candice Bergen, actress, 72; Billy Joel, singer, 69; John Corbett, actor, 57; Dave Gahan, singer (Depeche Mode), 56; Neil Ruddock, former footballer, 50.
"I watched it again this FROM PAGE ONE Alan Bennett did or what Dave Webster (right) did.
| Where Alan Bennett used live in Lingholme on the Lakes estate, Redcar
DVD PS17.99/Blu-ray PS22.99 or on-demand The Lady In The Van 12 ALAN Bennett adapts his own play based on a "mostly true story".
TAKE Downton Abbey's Violet Crawley, throw in a greasy raincoat and decrepit Commer bus and you've got The Lady In The Van, a deliciously dark comedy based on an Alan Bennett short story.
In the early 1970s, playwright Alan Bennett Jennings) moves into a house in London's Camden and befriends elderly homeless woman Mary Shepherd (Smith).
In the early 1970s, playwright Alan Bennett (Alex Jennings) moves into a house in London's Camden and befriends elderly homeless woman Mary Shepherd (Maggie Smith).