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Save“The curtain fabric assumes a different look in different light … It looks outstanding in any light & drew gasps of admiration from our Board members when it was raised and lowered recently.” – Jenny from the Rex Theatre Charlton.


About Rex Charlton

Rex Charlton was an English theatre director and playwright, born in 1922 and died in 1996. He is perhaps best known for his work in the theatre, particularly his plays that were produced in London’s West End and throughout the United Kingdom.

Charlton began his career as an actor, but he soon turned to writing and directing plays. He wrote over thirty plays, many of which were produced on the London stage. Some of his most successful plays include “The Reunion,” “The Jockey Club Stakes,” and “The Final Test.”

In addition to his work as a playwright, Charlton was also a noted theatre director. He directed productions of plays by other writers as well as his own work. He was particularly known for his productions of plays by Harold Pinter, and he was a close friend and collaborator of the playwright.

Overall, Rex Charlton was a significant figure in British theatre during the mid to late 20th century, and his contributions to the field continue to be appreciated today.

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