“I leave chaos behind me. Not one of them understands the business of government.” On 27 January 1959 Patrick Wymark starred in James Maxwell’s translation of Georg Buechner’s ‘Danton’s Death’ at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith.

An architect of the ‘Committee of Public Safety”, which spearheaded the executions in the French Revolution, Danton (Patrick Wymark) was denounced by Robespierre (Harold Lang) and St Just (Patrick McGoohan) when he sought a change of direction. See more here