Laura Pitt-Pulford and Simon Bailey impress in the compilation of several Stephen Sondheim songs at the St James Studio
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.