Alex Peake-Tomkinson

Violence and infidelity on sun-drenched Hydra: A Theatre for Dreamers, by Polly Samson, reviewed

While Leonard Cohen was writing his immortal songs to Marianne, the atmosphere of sexual jealousy was growing increasingly heated

Marianne Ihlen on Hydra in 1960

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