Review: The Just So Stories

Hope you had a lovely Christmas Day. Mine was full of Christmas Pudding and Turkey and Family and Wine, and was generally all-round lovely.

I just discovered a review of The Just So Stories in the Hampstead and Highgate Express. You can read it via the Internets using The Ham and High e-edition. It’s in the section called etcetera.

Can’t be arsed? Here’s the short version.

Three stars. “The little ones are entranced throughout.”

:)

The show finishes on the 3rd January, so I shall very soon now stop banging on about it and return you to your usual diet of incisive analysis interspersed with bouts of rambling nonsense. Until then, you can buy tickets here.

Can’t stop.

Updates have been a bit slim recently due to work on The Just So Stories. Who know that producering was such bloody hard work?

I’m having an assistant next time. Definitely.

Anyway, I’ve just found out that there are a whole bunch of reviews for my adaptation of A Christmas Carol up at the Giant Olive website. Check ’em out here, should you be so inclined.

Sorry, got to run. Hopefully will have a chance to drop a proper bloggy update before the New Year.

Happy Christmas!

Three (that’s the magic number)

My. I have been busy.

This Christmas, I have no less than three plays on in London.

I’m producing The Just So Stories at The King’s Head Theatre.

I wrote the adaptation of A Christmas Carol at the Lion & Unicorn.

And on top of that, my new play The Strange M├ęsalliance of Arthur Munby and Hannah Cullwick is having a rehearsed reading next Thursday.

So it’s all been a bit hectic recently.

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