Laura Pitt-Pulford and Simon Bailey impress in the compilation of several Stephen Sondheim songs at the St James Studio
Opened 29 Jul 2014
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
What can you do on a Saturday Night alone? It's a question one young man and woman have to address as they struggle into their respective studio apartments, burdened by plants, groceries and that telling symbol of Saturday night solitude - the first edition of New York's Sunday Times. This is a revue complied from unknown Sondheim songs written between 1954 and 1973, but, unlike many revues, by the end of the evening a sort of story has been told. Come, spend an evening with two lonely, single people in their shabby rented rooms and glimpse, through their songs, a rich and moving fantasy life.