We saw it on Saturday and it is fantastic, a very powerfully-written piece with lots of humour thrown in. It’s about how false accusations can lead to devastating consequences.My girlfriend’s son’s in it so I might seem biased, but this is my honest view about this play: it’s brilliant. You will not not be disappointed.
It got five stars in the Daily Telegraph (when it was in Manchester, same play, same cast), and four stars in the Evening Standard from last night’s performance in Hammersmith.
It’s on until 2 April. All tickets are £10 until 11 March. After that date, they will range from £10 to £25.
Here’s a picture of Mally in one scene from the play, throttling someone :w00t: :hehe: