Theatre Review: While the Sun Shines

It is a crying shame that this production is on for only a week, or I would go and see it again.

Terence Rattigan’s 1943 comedy is a farce involving the usual premise of mistaken identity and romantic complications, but there is nothing usual about the plot twists and ‘coups de theâtre’. Just when you think you know where the story is taking you, a surprise awaits you. This is not a run-of-the-mill…

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2 Responses to Theatre Review: While the Sun Shines

  1. I enjoyed this review…thanks for sharing…
    btw are you familiar with this Blog from the United States of Amnesia?

    I love the ‘idea’ of a ‘cultural concierge’…

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