A disgusting feast of filth? – The Times

Posted September 18th, 2008 in freedom of expression, theatre by sally

“The theatre is a watchword for unfettered artistic licence. Or is it? Dramatists and producers still engage in battles with state censors — who can still determine what is fitting for public consumption. The official role of state censor, given to the Lord Chamberlain under the Licensing Act 1737, may well be dead — but censorship is alive and well in other guises.”

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The Times, 18th September 2008

Source: www.timesonline.co.uk