i agree with the previous comments. am glad we went - this play is not about the credit crunch - it is about three people. it's a bit like a 1930s black and white Hollywood comedy, you're waiting for Katherine Hepburn to come on stage. it's a great evening out - but as Paul suggests, parking is tricky, so take the Tube. - Andrew Rothgiesser
31 Mar 10
I totally disagree with this review - and am glad I went anyway and in spite of it. We really enjoyed the evening. It was funny and thoughtprovoking play - good one-liners and plot turns. Definitely worth going. We went yesterday and the cast are superb, and the dialogue is crisp. If you don't know what to do over Easter and beginning of April - go and see this play. - Dunja Noack
31 Mar 10
I have just attended the very first time this play was performed. I was amazed as I thought it would be more ropy. However, the cast were fantastic and very funny. It is a farce, but it's not like a farce, its more serious as well as funny. It was a good night out. Parking is rubbish though in that area. - paul wesson
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