Archive for the 'Jenny Seagrove' Category

Review – Absurd Person Singular, Garrick Theatre

Thursday 6 December 2007

As previously mentioned, the Whingers hate Christmas.

For them it means the hassle and misery of popping down to Asda to purchase their respective cut price meals-for-one for the great day (to be consumed in their respective homes with only a sweet sherry for company) while happy, rosy cheeked families skip down the aisles. A depressing reminder of the Whingers’ very sad lives.

But they do quite like kitchens. Read the rest of this entry »

Review – The Letter, Wyndham’s Theatre, London

Wednesday 23 May 2007

The Letter WEWAndrew is partial to a bit of letter writing.

On many an evening you can find him in his smoking jacket and writing mittens, slumped over his bureau, scratching out rambling and indignant missives to theatre owners complaining about their bar prices and the like. His special green ink on lavender notelets are a frightening and familiar sight to many in the business.

So Phil (whose sense of humour could best be described as single entendre) thought it would be very funny indeed to make Andrew go and see Somerset Maugham’s The Letter. Read the rest of this entry »