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kjb

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In Topic: The Vale Of Health (Simon Gray Rep Season)

Yesterday, 07:37 PM

View Postxanderl, on 20 April 2014 - 06:34 PM, said:

What was the running time of Japes Too please? No info on the website!

7.45 start and finished at 10pm, with 1 interval (didn't time the interval, it started at about 8.50 I think)

In Topic: The Vale Of Health (Simon Gray Rep Season)

Yesterday, 07:37 PM

View Postxanderl, on 20 April 2014 - 06:34 PM, said:

What was the running time of Japes Too please? No info on the website!

7.45 start and finished at 10pm, with 1 interval (didn't time the interval, it started at about 8.50 I think)

In Topic: Handbagged: West End

Yesterday, 05:00 PM

View PostPaulR, on 20 April 2014 - 01:01 PM, said:

Do they still walk through the audience at the start of the second half as they did at the Tricycle. The Queen commented on my drink with " Gin and Tonic? jolly nice". Which made my day.

They did on Friday evening.


I really enjoyed this.  I used the Timeout offer. Well worth it for that price.  Not sure I'd have wanted to pay £52.50 for it though (but then there's very little I'd be happy about paying £52.50 for)

Very enjoyable evening.  I laughed within the first 2 mins and then regularly throughout.  Loved all the performances, and Fenella Woolgar reaffirmed her place on my 'Actors Who Can Do No Wrong' list.

In Topic: The Vale Of Health (Simon Gray Rep Season)

Yesterday, 04:57 PM

I saw Japes Too last night and loved it.  These plays weren't really on my radar for some reason  but an unexpected ticket came my way at short notice, I had nothing planned and I live locally so I went along.

(there are some tickets for Monday 21st April - tomorrow - available)

It's an intriguing concept and I definitely want to see the others now so it's a shame they are so much more expensive upstairs. (although I heard some audience members who had seen 3 so far saying Japes Too was by far the best, so maybe I'll be disappointed with the others)

In Topic: Blithe Spirit, Gielgud Theatre

16 February 2014 - 09:32 PM

View PostAlf, on 14 February 2014 - 01:20 PM, said:

The front row is unavailable to buy so I would assume day seats are situated there. For the last few productions at the Gielgud they've been a tenner.

They were £25 for Strangers on a Train.