Sugar Daddies: Further Reading

This page contains details of publications & articles relating to Sugar Daddies. The information is for research & the website cannot provide copies of the articles listed.

Published Editions

Sugar Daddies
Samuel French, 2019, ISBN 978-0573116025
Alan Ayckbourn: Plays 3 (contains Sugar Daddies)
Faber, 2003, ISBN 0571226884


Paul Allen: A Pocket Guide to Alan Ayckbourn’s Plays
pp.219-222 (Faber & Faber, 2004, ISBN 0571214924)
Albert-Reiner Glaap: Ayckbourn Country (2nd Ed)*
pp.222-225 (Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2004, ISBN 3884766783)
Simon Murgatroyd: Unseen Ayckbourn
(Lulu Books, 2013, ISBN 9781291676631)


Brit Playwright Ayckbourn Readies 65th Play
Matt Wolf, Variety, 4 July 2003
Saving Santa Costs Dearly
Charles Hutchinson, Yorkshire Evening Press, 11 July 2003
Learning Local Lessons
Phil Penfold, The Stage, 17 July 2003
Playwright Of The North Heads South
Caroline Harrap, Surrey Guide, 31 July 2003
What Makes Ayckbourn Run.. And Run... And Run
Tamzin Hindmarch, Sentinel,12 October, 12 October 2003
A Chorus Of Approval
The Independent, 12 August 2004
Playwright Alan Ayckbourn on ACT, Temptation & Self-Denial
Thomas May, Crosscut (online), 3 October 2013
Leading Playwright Brings His 'Sugar Daddies' to ACT
Misha Berson, Seattle Times (online), 6 October 2013

Reviews (world premiere)

Sweet Success
Jenny Norton, Bridlington Free Press, 31 July 2003
Ayckbourn In A Pinter Wonderland
Dominic Cavendish, Daily Telegraph, 24 July 2003
Sugar Daddies
Ian Shuttleworth, Financial Times, 24 July 2003
Sugar Daddies
Michael Billington, The Guardian, 24 July 2003
Hearty Laughter Is Guaranteed
Mike Park, Scarborough Evening News, 23 July 2003
Sugar Daddies
The Stage, 14 August 2003
Sugar Daddies
Robert Hewison, Sunday Times, 27 July 2003
Making A Santa Out Of A Sinner
Jeremy Kingston, The Times, 24 July 2003
Sugar Daddies
Edward Pearce, The Tribune, August 2003
Sugar Daddies
Charles Hutchinson, Yorkshire Evening Press, 24 July 2003
Sweet And Sour The Perfect Mix
Lynda Murdin, Yorkshire Post, 30 July 2003

All research for this page by Simon Murgatroyd.