As Privates On Parade celebrates its 40th anniversary, this brilliantly confidant and assured play has lost none of its relevance.
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Mark Ludmon reviews Annie Get Your Gun at the Union Theatre – “As the song goes, everything about it is appealing and you can’t help leaving with “that happy feeling”.
With a script and score this good, with such a robustly simple and flexible and clear set-up and artists of such sterling quality, this was like being at a really, really good party for two-and-a-half hours, or seeing a really big West End show.
The Great American Trailer Park musical is in effect just too damn likeable. It’s not a great musical, it doesn’t have to be, it’s just a great evening of fun with a great cast. Go as a group, have a few glasses of wine and just enjoy.
Watching Julie Atherton, Simon Lipkin, Gina Best and Samuel Holmes work their magic, individually, in couples, and as a quartet, it was difficult not to wonder if there was actually anything, any material, into which these four could not breathe life, and let fly higher than it has any business flying. They certainly give I […]