In my opinion, the production was ok worth going to see, but was ploddingly slow, mostly due to the father, Arthur. It seemed self-indulgent and needed a good half an hour knocking off it. The 15 year-old actor who played the Winslow Boy did very well but his numerous broad northern vowels which reminded us where he was really from. He was taller than all the other actors and looked older than his years which didn't sit well with trying to act like a little boy. His sister just didn't do it for me: arm waving is not acting, too quiet, not confident enough and not strong enough as a leading suffragette. Most of them could do with speaking up as when they had their backs to you, you had difficulty hearing them. - Mark Leigh
21 Apr 12
Can't remember the last time I enjoyed a play so much! - jim grogan
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