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Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
A barking mad, completely lovely show, something to make you happy that theatre can be so lively, inventive and joyful. Two young actors tell a story of two people who meet in a beach, in several different centuries. The same people (the power of theatre) but different times and different social norms rule, They argue and insult but underneath they love each other. The actors are hugely watchable, personable and skillful, they switch between themselves and their characters efortlessly and draw us easily into this Through the Looking Glass world they create. Skillfully written, though they mess with the script repeatedly and knowingly, this is a genuine gem.
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