• Boyd Letters

Boyd068

28 Rosetta Avenue, Belfast 7.

25 April, 1972

Dear John:

I hope you got my letter of accept-
ance . As you probably noticed, I ham-
mered it out. I am trying to write this
play, but naturally it is taking a different
course. The main character, who is called
Omar (!) should play humorously and finally
he returns to the boarding house and settles
down there in the hope that he will marry
the lady of the house and make his manual
dexterity even more useful!

The Farm is in rehearsal here and
going very well indeed. I will speak to
the management about getting in touch with
you about terms.

I wonder would you tell me if there is
anything else I have to do about this tele-
vision play. I am doing my best but it is
difficult.

Yours sincerely,

(John Boyd)

John Bassett Esq.
Bryan Drew Limited,
81 Shatesbury Avenu,
LONDON, W1V 8DQ

Boyd068
Subject: 
John Boyd
Coverage: 
1972 Apr 25th
Keywords: 
Farm, London
Citation: 
Linen Hall Library, "Boyd068", Northern Ireland Literary Archive, accessed Tue, 07/14/2020 - 04:59, https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/content/boyd068