THE ANIMALS AND CHILDREN TOOK TO THE STREETS! a 1927 production I don’t know if words can actually express how utterly amazing this company is.  Suzanne Andrade is a true renaissance woman: she’s the show’s writer, director, and many-charactered performer, and the amount of sheer genius in her little finger… well, you get it. This is one of those shows I’d see again and again (and I have).  It’s charming, clever, witty, dark, humorous, unique, razor-sharp and brilliantly executed.  I’m not going to attempt to do it justice in a review, but here’s a link to someone who has (take it away, Mr Billington). If you live in the UK and haven’t seen this production yet, DO.  Put it on your “bucket list” straight away.  I’ve never seen anything like it and I don’t expect I will again.  It cannot be missed!

THE ANIMALS AND CHILDREN TOOK TO THE STREETS!

a 1927 production

I don’t know if words can actually express how utterly amazing this company is.  Suzanne Andrade is a true renaissance woman: she’s the show’s writer, director, and many-charactered performer, and the amount of sheer genius in her little finger… well, you get it.

This is one of those shows I’d see again and again (and I have).  It’s charming, clever, witty, dark, humorous, unique, razor-sharp and brilliantly executed.  I’m not going to attempt to do it justice in a review, but here’s a link to someone who has (take it away, Mr Billington).

If you live in the UK and haven’t seen this production yet, DO.  Put it on your “bucket list” straight away.  I’ve never seen anything like it and I don’t expect I will again.  It cannot be missed!