A mix of nicely written music with good singing, interesting characters and a well-developed storyline make this a little gem of a show in the Fringe this year.
It starts off at a funeral but this is really just a device to bring all the characters together and works well enough. The characters, although slightly stereotypical, are fleshed out nicely and the acting and direction is really good in the main. The music fits in nicely and again is very good with excellent harmonies, helping to make a delightful show.
It was also nice to have a live band playing, it makes all the difference!
Review by Alan
12-27 August (not 20)