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Relatively Speaking - One4Review

Harland Hamstrings usually adapt their productions, changing the scripts to suit the available talent, time frame and acting space. I occasionally notice these changes but as ‘Relatively Speaking’ is new to me I didn’t notice one way or another. What I did notice was the strong cast, clever use of a strange acting space and interesting direction. Greig, Dane Robinsin and his girlfriend of one month Ginny, Robyne Banks, are getting serious. He asks her to marry him despite finding seven bouquets of flowers in the bath, hidden boxes of chocolates, strange phone calls and a pair of size 10 slippers under the bed. Despite his proposal she won’t let him come down to the country to meet her parents. Well, she is only going down on a brief visit for the day. It is Sunday afternoon and Sheila, Adele Williams would normally be at church, except it is the third Sunday of the month and she wont set foot in that place whilst that man takes the service. Her husband Philip, Alan Hunter, is pottering in the garden. When both couples meet interesting theories are brought to a conclusion. A very clever play interestingly directed and well performed. ****

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