#101: Roundup of the Best

READ ALL ABOUT IT!
THE BEST THEATRE IN ALL OF THE LAND DIGESTED INTO SIZEABLE QUOTABLE CHUNKS FOR YOUR READING PLEASURE!

Flip-bert
The latest children’s picture book to be brought to life by a group of talentless, underpaid actors with amazing flashing marketing that means that you can’t avoid it even if you live in a box! Don’t be a bad parent/guardian; take you children to the overpriced theatre land. IT’S FLIP-BERT!

Not Today, Squire
Bernard Gallup stars as Toby Squire, a servant struggling to find love and recruitment in the confusing world of New Downton Abbey. A farcical tale of hardship, romance and too many trays. Closes this week!

Pears
A brave, challenging piece of new writing by young playwright Juniper Flanagan. Brutal. Authentic. Honest. Starring that actor who is really good but you can’t remember their name. Jack – somebody?

Puppy Love
Watch a real life dog dance with a human for treats! For two hours! Lots of different dogs and even more different owners. Alcohol is a must for everyone, even the dogs. There’s no business like show business!

Morrison & Smith
Britain’s favourite double act prance around pulling pranks, telling jokes, eating too many hotdogs and singing their back catalogue. Travel back to your days as a teenager. Be at home with acne and light swearing as Morrison & Smith literally beg you for money!

The Master Copy
A new verbatim-inspired based-on-someone’s-actual-life memoir play by Ferenc Wallis, exploring the life and times of the reprographic department at a busy New York law firm. Scandal, sex and equal rights are all discussed but never actually seen.

Spring Has Come To West Africa
The play that has divided critics into racists and more racists. Come see the theatre show that educates no-one and offends everyone!

TO BE CONTINUED

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