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Emily's Kitchen - One4Review

I first became aware of Tangled Feet at Fringe 2005, when Alex of the company almost bullied me into going to see their show Lost Property. I did go and must admit thoroughly enjoyed the theatrical experience, so hence they were high on my list of shows to see this year. This play is set in the kitchen of avid radio listener and daydreamer Emily, played by Emily Jane Horn. Our imaginative heroine dreams her way into the radio shows she hears and envisages herself exploring with Daniel, Johnathan Ellicot, with jazz diva, the afore mentioned Alex Ramsden, with classical musician Jess, Shelly Halsread, with agony aunt Lorna, Beth Wignall or sailing with Bill, Leon Smith, but on one day does it all go far to far? This very imaginative play is energetically performed by one and all, the set design is of the same high standard and versatility as last years, and the direction of Nathan Curry holds it all together. It is said that the best parties always take place in kitchens, well for innovative theatre, Emily’s Kitchen is right up there with the best and will take some beating.   ****       Reviewed by Geoff Evans

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