Two years ago, the Chichester Festival Theatre presented the first professional revival of Ross, Terence Rattigan's play about T. E. Lawrence, for 30 years. Joseph Fiennes led a large cast in this unusually epic Rattigan play. I did an introduction to a new edition published by Nick Hern Books to coincide with this production.
I also wrote a note for the programme, claiming that Rattigan's public, political side has been under-examined. Since the production is long gone and won't transfer, I thought I'd make that available. You can read it via the link below: