By MICHAEL CAINES
"Piece out our imperfections with your thoughts." I've had that line from the prologue to Henry V quoted at me twice in the past week. Once by Ian McKellen, at the launch of the BFI's Shakespeare on Film season, and a second time by Philip Wilson, the director of a staged reading on Thursday afternoon, at the Pleasance Theatre in north London – a staged reading that was also the première of a Terence Rattigan play, Like Father, which has apparently languished unread since the 1960s . . . .