Screen Queen: Century-Old Landmark Film 'A Taste of Honey' Is 'Start of Gay Pride'
Remember 1961? The world was straighter then. There was no Will, no Grace. No Ellen, either. So, it's no surprise films from this era had to eschew queerness. When British New Wave delight "A Taste of Honey" stirred the pot with its explicit-for-the ...
A taste of honey
As Winnie the Pooh once said after falling out of a tree while trying to reach a bee hive: “It all comes of liking honey so much.” Bears aren't the only ones who love it, though. Humans have been enjoying honey — which the National Honey Board ...
Theater|Review: In 'A Taste of Honey,' She's Having the Baby. How Quaint.
New York Times
There's a similarly endearing blend of brisk audacity and unmistakable vulnerability in the young heroine of that play, “A Taste of Honey” — which, far from being received as an atrocity, became a hit in the West End and on Broadway, and then a film.
'A Taste of Honey' Review: Working-Class Wonder
Wall Street Journal
New York. Shelagh Delaney wrote her first play, “A Taste of Honey,” a snapshot of life in working-class England, when she was just 18 years old. Amazingly, it had successful runs in the West End in 1959 and on Broadway the following year, was turned ...