THE OTHER PALACE THEATRE (formerly St
(and "The Studio")
NIGEL SLATER'S TOAST (play)
Ends 3rd August 2019.
FOOD, CONTAINING POTENTIAL ALLERGENS INCLUDING MILK AND EGG MAY BE HANDED TO
1960s suburban England. The tastes and smells of childhood evoke stories of
Based on Henry Filloux-Bennett's autobiography, this was a hit at the
A mixed set of exciting one-off events are also scheduled for the next few
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"The Studio" schedule:
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Not available. A nice slice of culinary nostalgia seems to be the
professional reviewers' verdict. One more chance to reference 1960s culture,
particularly brand names goes down well enough - as do the treats that are
passed around throughout the show. Working less well is Giles Cooper stepping
out of the action at times, breaking the narrative for dramatic threads
according to some. The change in language used (and even his costume) worry
others, and seem disruptive to what is being attempted. Still, most of it is
engaging enough and the verdict seems three-star competence all round.
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