Posts Tagged 'Dealer’s Choice'

Coloured Lights – the first 100 posts

Clicking onto my blog dashboard this afternoon, I noticed that today marked the publishing of my 100th post on this blog (cue round of applause). I can’t really believe that I’ve written that many articles, but WordPress doesn’t seem to be lying on this one.

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Review: Dealer’s Choice (Trafalgar Studios)

Originally posted on March 11th 2008 


Last night I went to see Dealer’s Choice at the Trafalgar Studios, which was a treat.

After its initial run at the Menier Chocolate Factory (if you haven’t yet found the Menier, it’s time you did), the show has transferred to the West End for a limited season until the end of March. 

It can be hard for a production to move into a theatre for which it was not originally intended, but the Trafalgar Studios was a perfect host – comfortable for the audience, but small enough for the production to retain its intensity. When we got to the theatre, and found ourselves some way back in the auditorium, I was worried, but I was drawn in from the first minute by a combination of exceptional material and even better acting.

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