6 JULY 1962, page 16

All Sons Of Kings Sir,—bloomsday, By Mr. Alan Mcclelland And

his co-author, James Joyce, at present running at the Eblana Theatre, Dublin, was not banned for its NighttoWn, or any other scene, in 1960. It was with- , drawn by the Irish......

Ballet

Just Dancing By CLIVE BARNES STRAVINSKY/ BALANCHINE, the two-headed eagle of contem- porary ballet, has swooped down on Hamburg to give a programme called Die Ballette each......

Sir, —mr. Cyril Ray And Others Have Had Some Harsh Things

to say about British Railways cross-Channel services. The implication seems to be that the French do these things so much better. Last Saturday I travelled on a French Railways......

The Lost Leader Sir,-might I Be Allowed To Correct The

erroneous impression which readers of the Spectator (June 22) may have received with regard to the West Lothian by-election. In your only reference to the by- election result,......

Br Blues Stn,—people Who Write To Our Paris Office In

French get a reply and literature in that language (we dis- tribute about 210.000 cross-Channel service leaflets a year in French): those who write in English are answered in......

A Strangled Cry S1r,—your Continued And Unreasonable...

who have spoken against the pro-European policy of the Government cannot be allowed to continue unchallenged. The pro-Europeans may be so much in love with the European ideal as......