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Rhona's Pantry

Rhona's Pantry (Play) production archive for QTIX code T02078488527. Details of all Rhona's Pantry archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1606792944

Archive Listings

7 Jun 06
  to
17 Jun 06
Canal Cafe Theatre, Bridge House Pub
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

Rhona's Pantry archiveRhona, the pantry's chain smoking proprietor, is 'entertaining' the customers with anecdotes from her last trip to her legs, bums and tums class. Roy, a London cabbie, is expressing his right wing views a little too loudly, and Mag's permanently painted fake smile is in danger of cracking. It seems like any other day in London's greasiest spoon until Julian, a regular, reveals his true identity when he is reunited with his estranged father, the consequences of which will turn the pantry into the setting for a truly remarkable and hilarious series of events.

Creatives/Company

Author(s): Tom Walker, Polli Redston
Producer: Canal Cafe

Reviews

Reviews


UK Theatre Web: 11Jun06: Star RatingStar RatingStar RatingStar RatingStar Rating
A very entertaining, funny play. Not only hilarious but also very clever. The story behind the comedy is so unexpected, and I found myself thinking about it long after the play had ended. The acting by all cast members was of a very high standard, and the writing slick and well thought out. I hope there will be more from Rhona and her customers! I should very much like to find out what happens next in their lives! I urge you to go and see this one; you won't be disappointed.

User Reviews

USER (11Jun06): A very entertaining, funny play. Not only hilarious but also very clever. The story behind the comedy is so unexpected, and I found myself thinking about it long after the play had ended. The acting by all cast members was of a very high standard, and the writing slick and well thought out. I hope there will be more from Rhona and her customers! I should very much like to find out what happens next in their lives! I urge you to go and see this one; you won't be disappointed.
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