No Turn Unstoned is a collection of "the worst theatrical reviews in history" compiled by the actress Diana Rigg. The first edition, published by Elm Tree Books in 1982, followed by a paperback edition in 1991.
|Publisher||Elm Tree Books|
|Pages||192 pp (first edition)|
|LC Class||PN1707 .N59 1982|
Rigg wrote to her many friends and acquaintances in the theatre and film industries and asked them to share their worst-ever reviews. She also researched theatre criticism and surviving comments from as far back as Ancient Greece. During the early 1990s, Rigg toured university campuses, reading excerpts from the book. All of the proceeds from the speaking tour, and the book itself, were donated to a theatrical charity.
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- Gabrielle Pickard Whitehead (12 August 2014). "Dame Diana Rigg's No Turn Unstoned comes to the Duchess Theatre". Shows in London.