We just saw what is perhaps the best live performance I have ever seen anywhere on the globe here at this small, but lovely theatre.
The Richard Darbourne production of 'Pride and Prejudice', starring Joannah Tincey & Nick Underwood was extraordinarily wonderful. For two actors to carry off 21 roles - and to do it so convincingly and with such conviction and complete habitation in each and every role - even when changing characters mid-sentence - this is truly one of the most memorable theatre experiences of all time.
As for the theatre itself, it is a delightful 1920s building that has retained much of its original character.
The staff are all lovely! Truly, I could not fault one of them.
The restaurant is delightful, although the food was a little disappointing, but in light of how glorious the rest of the evening was, it was a minor detail.
All in all, I am already looking forward to my next visit!
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