A tight show perfect for an afternoon's worth of cheese and wine, Raw Shakespeare's A Comedy of Errors makes for pleasant viewing.
Done in one 75-minute sitting, its plot centres on the horror of a child accused of murdering a toddler. Did she do it? And if she did, what were the reasons?
This was a terrific evening of musical theatre and lived up to the high standards set by Marie Clark’s A Chorus Line earlier in the year. If you are in need of a really good laugh, with great music and exceptional performances, then get a ticket before they sell out.