Based upon the true story of a meeting in Moscow between noted English actress Coral Browne and notorious spy Guy Burgess, this is a touching portrait of a lonely man torn between his Marxist principals and his ironic longing for contact with the upper class in Britain from whom he sprung. A success at The National Theatre of Great Britain, where it was paired with A Question of Attribution as Single Spies and subsequently proved equally successful in London's West End.
"Exquisite ... dazzling." - Guardian
"Inexhaustibly rich ... the West End's premiere event." - City Limits