Don't believe them, it's crap. Kendal is woeful and not even FDT's valient efforts can lift proceedigns. - USER: Whatsonstage.com
06 Apr 01
What a fabulous nineteenth birthday present this was for me! It is simply sparkling. All the performances are magic and the writing, well...it is Noel Coward after all. 'The Master' never lost his touch. Talulla Bankhead caused sensations when she appeared in the show's premiere in the Twenties as the first woman to be seen smoking and drinking on the West End stage. It may not shock now but it makes up for that with hilarious dialogue and superb performances. Only a depressive cinic would have anything derogatory to say. - USER: Whatsonstage.com
07 Mar 01
I don't care what any youthful whippersnapper might think, this is a delightful production. And the thought of Frances de la tour and Felcity Keandall slowly unravelling in drunken glory still gives me belly laughs. Go see this show! - USER: Whatsonstage.com
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