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Review

A very funny piece of new theatre by Joan Greening.


Munrow is passionate, feisty, energetic and expressive as she flies about the stage, questioning every glib generalisation emanating from Barbara. And Rufey’s portrayal of this spinster of indeterminate age is sublime. She’s bombastic, pompous, condescending, overbearing and haughty on the surface but a poignant undercurrent of insecurity gradually emerges as the plot reaches its climax.

Published August 20, 2016 by Tim Wilcock, Fringe Review.

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