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  • Columnist for the British newspaper The Daily Mail.
  • (1980) His novel, "Billy Liar," was adapted for the stage by Willis Hall at the Nottingham Playhouse in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England with Dai Bradley in the cast. Ian Watt-Smith was director.
  • (1989) His play, "Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell," was performed at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with James Bolam in the cast. Ned Sherrin was director.
  • (1990) His play, "Bookends," was performed at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with Michael Hordern and Dinsdale Landen in the cast. Ned Sherrin was director.
  • (1991) Author of the book, "English, Our English (And How to Sing It)."
  • (1989) Author of the book, "Waterhouse on Newspaper Style."
  • (1994 - 1995) He published two volumes of his memoirs with "City Lights: A Street Life" in 1994 and "Streets Ahead: Life after City Lights" in 1995.
  • (2003) Author of the novel, "Palace Pier."
  • (1990) Author of the novel, "Bimbo."
  • (1978) Author of the novel, "Office Life."
  • (1969) Author of the novel, "The Bucket Shop," which was also called "Everything Must Go" in the United States.
  • (1963) Author of the novel, "Jubb."
  • (1957) Author of the novel "There is a Happy Land."
  • (1989 & 1999) His play, "Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell," was performed at the Old Vic Theatre with Peter O'Toole in the cast.
  • (1961) Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall's play, "Celebration," was performed at the Duchess Theatre in London, England with James Cossins, Colin George, Virginia Stride, Morgan Sheppard, Michael Williams, Carole Mowlam, Thelma Barlow, Jeremy Kemp, Antony Tuckey, Rowena Cooper, Donald Burton, and Robert Lang in the cast. Val May was director.
  • (1962) His novel, "Billy Liar," was adapted by Willis Hall at the Golders Green Hippodrome in Golders Green, London, England and at the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton, England with Trevor Bannister (Grand only), Kenneth Farrington (Hippodrome only), Frank Pettitt, and Eileen Dale in the cast.
  • (1965 - 1966) Willis Hall and his play, "Say Who You Are," was performed at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Ian Carmichael, Patrick Cargill, Dilys Laye, and Jan Holden in the cast.
  • (1986) His play, "Mr. and Mrs. Nobody," was performed at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench and Michael Williams in the cast. Ned Sherrin was director.
  • (1960) His play, "Billy Liar," was performed at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Albert Finney, George A. Cooper, Mona Washbourne, Trevor Bannister, and Ann Beach in the cast. Lindsay Anderson was director.
  • (November 1992) His play, "Our Song," was performed at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with Peter O'Toole, Tara Fitzgerald, and Lucy Fleming in the cast. Ned Sherrin was director.
  • (1991) His play, "Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell," was performed at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Peter O'Toole in the cast. Ned Sherrin was director.
  • (1989) His play, "Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell," was performed at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with Peter O'Toole, Timothy Ackroyd, Sarah Berger, Annabel Leventon, and Royce Mills in the cast. Ned Sherrin was director.
  • (1989) Jeffrey Bernard and his play, "Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell," was performed at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with James Bolam in the cast. Ned Sherrin was director.
  • (1990) His play, "Bookends," was performed at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with Sir Michael Hordern and Dinsdale Landen in the cast. Ned Sherrin was director.
  • (November 26, 1976 to January 2, 1977) He and Willis Hall adapted Eduardo De Filippo's play, Saturday, Sunday, Monday," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Dolores Sutton, Marilyn McIntyre, James Tolkan, Gary Bayer, David Garrison, Robert Prosky, Laura Esterman, Grace Keagy, Stanley Anderson, Howard Witt, Mark Hammer, Leslie Cass, Terrence Currier, Jay O' Sanders Halo Wines, Mark Robinson and Michael Mertz in the cast. Karl Eigsti was set designer. Marjorie Slaiman was costume designer. Norman Gevanthor was director.

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