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About phons image copyrightUniversity of Leicester image captionApart from during the last two weeks of Joe Orton's life, homosexual acts between men were still chat de chicas calientes Fifty years ago the playwright Joe Orton was bludgeoned to death by his boyfriend at the peak of his career. What is Orton's legacy, and what would he have made of the strides towards equality made since his death by gay people in the UK?

Riding high on the success of his latest play, Loot, and waiting for a chauffeur to ferry him to talks phne a film he had written for The Beatles, the year-old playwright was attacked as he slept by Kenneth Halliwell at the flat they shared in Islington. Halliwell, who feared Orton had been planning to leave him, orgon took a fatal overdose.

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For Kenneth Cranham, the Olivier award-winning actor and friend of the couple, what happened on 9 August was hugely personal. So to have one person that I knew so well die and another commit suicide was a living nightmare," he said.

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In the play [Orton's Loot was being performed at the time of his murder] you were running around with a body in your arms, there were coffins everywhere, and it was [supposed to be] a comedy. His sister Leonie Orton Barnett has described their home as "drab, soulless and monotonous", epitomising the "worst aspects of Leicester's motto Semper Eadem - always the same".

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Orton, whose parents had an unhappy marriage, would leave his hometown at the earliest opportunity. He caught the acting bug in his teens and successfully auditioned for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Rada in London, moving there to study on a scholarship phond It was at Rada he encountered Halliwell, a troubled man seven years his senior.

The pair often went to bed at sunset to save money on electricity. Ina bizarre court case would land both men in prison - and ultimately provide the spark Orton needed to break though as a playwright. The pair had spent more than a year altering library books with garish collages and occasionally obscene textthe targets ranging from ontario sexi chat and volumes of Shakespeare to novels they viewed as low quality.

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Their furtive campaign was eventually rumbled by zealous library staff and they were imprisoned for six months for theft and malicious damage, after a trial that attracted tabloid publicity. Orton believed the severity of the sentence was "because esx were queers".

Having gained a degree of separation from Halliwell, after his release Orton began to find success, with The Ruffian on the Stair broadcast on BBC radio in The actor Dudley Suttonwho was part of the original cast, said he enjoyed being in a play "that was having a go free sex phone chat nyamazani the established view of things", and praised Orton's sensitivity as a writer.

His subversive nature helped him to stand out from his peers, with The Times describing Entertaining Mr Sloane as making "the blood boil more than any other British play in the last 10 years". For Bernard Greaves, a Cambridge architecture student in the mids, Orton's clear-eyed portrayal of aspects of contemporary gay life struck a chord.

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However, with the age limit higher than that for heterosexual sex, and with other restrictions still in place, Ms Orton-Barnett says her brother was not a supporter of the bill. Kenneth Williams had starred in the play's initial, unsuccessful, run in Cambridge the year before. What the Butler Saw has been performed in Orton's hometown to mark 50 years since his murderand several revivals over the years have helped to maintain his status as an iconic figure in British theatre.

Ms Orton Barnett argues that her brother's plays and posthumously published diaries give him a similar standing to some of the giants of literature.