Review: A Fortunate Man – Summerhall, Edinburgh

First published in The Times, Thursday August 16 2018

Three Stars

It was the year that England won the World Cup and swinging London became known as the centre of pop culture. Yet for several months in 1966 John Berger, the iconoclastic writer and cultural critic, opted for a quiet life in the Forest of Dean, documenting the work of a rural GP.

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