A Special Day

Venue Home Economics at Girls School

End Date 16 Feb 2020

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Very creative, thought provoking and imaginative. Extremely well done. Deserves a large audience.

Reviewed by Ralph Pliner 2020
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Powerful, imaginative, creative and thought provoking. Brilliantly acted and a definite must see.

Reviewed by Lee Leibenson 2020

A wonderfully paced one act play.
Beautifully honest performances from a cast so in tune with their characters and each other that they naturally extend their performance before and after the play - from the warm welcome during their on stage preparation prior to the scripted play to the heartfelt thanks and discussion of the historical context and significance of the play after it's conclusion - it's amazing what talented committed actors can produce with minimal set, two pieces of chalk and each other.
The dedication their craft and the emotional honesty of the performances is something special that you will admire and remember.

Reviewed by Kirk Gregory 2020
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A perfect little piece of theatre. Wonderful. I just loved it.

Reviewed by Marcia King 2020

We loved the show, so creative & expressive.

Reviewed by Katie 2020

Loved the show . So clever and well done. I'd be happy to see it again and will be recommending it to my friends.

Reviewed by Susan Macintosh 2020

One of the very best: imaginative, intelligent, moving

Reviewed by Leon Levy 2020
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Brilliant performance by two very gifted actors. Amazing set design, if you can call it that!

Reviewed by Nathan Thompson 2020

A clever play, well done.

Reviewed by Melissa Stanton 2020
Reviewed by Melissa Stanton 2020

The skill to not only perform such a beautiful story but create the set and props 'on the go' with chalk was just amazing!

Reviewed by Resi 2020

Rome in the 1930's. Hitler is visiting Mussolini in a high-stakes meeting between the two leaders. But the real drama occurs in the confines of two small Roman apartments. Two lonely people, from vastly different backgrounds somehow connect. She's a worn-out mother and put-upon wife of a fascist. He's a gay radio journalist and a committed anti-fascist. This is a cleverly-staged, well scripted, heartfelt drama. The two very watchable actors are excellent. This shows juggles romance, high tension drama and a great sense of history. If you want more than just a few laughs out of the Fringe, this is one show you should see. It deserves a good audience.

Reviewed by Antonio Casella 2020

Loved this show! Totally exceeded my expectations. See it before it ends!

Reviewed by Cheryl 2020

A little gem of a play. Full of charm and imagination, intelligence and warmth. Wonderfully acted and resonant for our times and superbly rendered. If you love honest, genuine theatre with heart and skill then go see this.

Reviewed by Brian Stevens 2020
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What a beautiful, emotive show delivered with such talent by the two actors! I highly recommend this show for anyone who appreciates great theatre, creativity and having their heart strings pulled. Thank you for a magical night!

Reviewed by Kate Trevillian 2020
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Just an absolute sweet show , amazing talent , thought and story that will stay with you long after . Bravo . Must see .

Reviewed by Kris Gaunt 2020

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