The play is absorbing right from the start and on the evening I went along, the whole audience was engaged throughout and applauded genuinely and enthusiastically. All roles are explored well by a very fine cast. This play deserves far more than the Guardian's meagre one star. I hope the critics don't put off interested theatre-goers. - Mike
19 Jun 08
The Guardian only gave one star which I thought was a little unfair. I went with three friends and we all thought it was quite good entertainment.
As always, the Tricycle presentation was very slick and professional but could not make any more of a rather weak play.
Its even better value now the tricycle has reduced the price from £10 to £7.50 ( possibly only an email offer so mention "email offer" ) At this low price it would not dissapoint many keen theatregoers. - Tony Glazier
16 Jun 08
interesting content and very engaging, it provides a good talking point and explores the themes extensively - some won't agree with it's steriotype characterisations but the writer manages to provide twists and challenges for the audience, and above all the acting is 1st class - particularly louise kempton's portrayal of intelligent loser-in-life tiffany. - craig
04 Jun 08
A very interesting piece and typical of the Tricyle - edgy and modern, but pulled off with slick ease. While the message is sometimes so strong as to feel unsubtle, the production is mainly very good indeed. The cast give universally excellent performances and an adequate amount of humour is present to balance the controversial subject matter. Additionaly, particular mention must be made of the set design, which is a real highlight. Well worth checking out. - Davina
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