1946: "And No Birds Sing" by Jenny Laird and John Fernold. Aldwych Theatre, London, WC2. Cast list included; Kenneth More as The Rev. Arthur Platt, Elizabeth Allan, Nigel Stock, Derek Tansley and Elspeth Seely-White.
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Recalling the start of his career at the Windmill Theatre: .... After my father died, my mother had virtually nothing, and she gave me £150 and said 'that's all I can afford Kenny. You see what you can do'. So I came to London and recalled that Vivian Van Damm who ran the Windmill Theatre, was a friend of my father's, so I went to see him. 'Are you Bertie More's son? What can I do for you? I ...
Spent part of his childhood in the Channel Islands where his father was general manager of Jersey Eastern Railways. He was educated at Victoria College, Jersey. It was there that he took part in his first school play, "The Sport of Kings" playing the part of a red-haired girl. His first male part at the school was in J.M. Barrie's "The Admirable Crichton". Years later he would play the lead in ...