b. 1929, Britain. A librettist and lyricist for a few of the very most effective British strike musical shows from the past due 50s, Even more became thinking about the theater while at Cambridge College or university. He was included like a performer and article writer in undergraduate revues, and added the casual item towards the Watergate Theater. In 1953 he had written some materials for the Western End revue Airs ON THE Shoestring, which starred Utmost Adrian, Moyra Fraser and Betty Marsden. 2 yrs later on, he collaborated with composer Wayne Gilbert for the Windsor Theater production of the ‘revusical’, The Globe’s The Limit, and in the next year, that they had a smash strike with Get Me A Gondola. Arranged in the Venice Film Event, with the type from the film celebrity heroine ‘moulded’ on Britain’s Diana Dors, the display starred Joan Heal, Denis Quilley and June Wenham. It presented numbers such as for example ‘That’s My Biography’, ‘Cravin’ For The Avon’, ‘A Guy, Not really a Mouse’ and ‘New To Me’. A lot more effective was Irma La Douce (1958) that Even more, with Monty Norman and David Heneker, offered the English publication and lyrics translation to Marguerite Monnot’s music. The storyplot included such tracks as ‘Our Language Of Like’ and ‘Dis-Donc’, and went for 1, 512 shows in London, and over 500 in NY. The More-Heneker-Norman group coupled with Wolf Mankowitz later on in 1958 for Expresso Bongo. The ‘most essential United kingdom musical for years’ starred Paul Schofield, Hy Hazell and Wayne Kenny, and went for nine weeks. The score, including ‘The Shrine On THE NEXT Ground’ and ‘I’ve NEVER REALLY HAD It So Great’, virtually vanished through the innovative 1960 film edition starring Cliff Richard and Laurence Harvey. The business lead in the street version was used by Colin Hicks, the sibling of Tommy Steele. London’s theatrical picture was changing and much more was struggling to match earlier achievements. Through the entire 60s and 70s his offerings included The Golden Contact (with Gilbert), The Artwork Of Living (his last cooperation with both Norman and Heneker), The Perils Of Scobie Prilt (with Norman), THE PERSON THROUGH THE Western (with David Russell), Quick, Quick, Decrease (Norman), Good Period Johnny (Gilbert), R Loves J (with Alexander Ferris) and Bordello (with People in america Al Frisch and Bernard Spiro). In 1979, he was back again with Norman for Songbook: A Tribute To Mooney Shapiro, ‘a burlesque story’ of the task from the prolific songwriter. Subsequently, Even more resolved in France, with homes in Paris and Provence, and became an effective author of travel books. Since that time, he offers re-emerged sometimes, and had written the publication and lyrics to Gilbert Becaud’s music for the Broadway present Roza (1987), ‘a maudlin and awkwardly built story with poor music’. He also modified Abe Burrows’ primary book for the London revival of Cole Porter’s Can-Can in 1988.