Oh! Calcutta!: How nude 70s stage show could still rouse the critics

The show was a collection of sketches and songs centred on sex. It was the creation of Kenneth Tynan, widely acclaimed as the most brilliant drama critic in London of the 1950s and 60s. He had invited writers such as Samuel Beckett, Tennessee Williams and John Lennon to supply material, though several contributions fell by the wayside.

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