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Nick Baxter

Real Greek beforehand for pork belly and flat break was awesome. Melanie was ill so there were only three of us. Upgraded seats as well which was a bonus. The play/musical was really entertaining. Our Ladies of … is somewhere between history boys, St Trinians and trainspotting. The girls choir group are on a day out in the big city (Edinburgh) for a recital and they spend the day getting drunk and getting into trouble. Very upbeat and funny, thoroughly polished performance, best thing I’ve seen in a while.

Nick Baxter

From the internet I now know Succour means "give assistance or aid to" however my spell checker is convinced I am trying to write soccer.


Just what we needed. This was great and definitely blew the cobwebs away. As Nick says it was a cross between St Trinians and Trainspotting but it also had bits of Rita, Sue and Bob too. No one does crass, smutty humour like the Scots (although everyone north of Chester does it pretty well) and it was funny, engaging and uplifting. There were some sad bits too but it was all done brilliantly.
Sad that Melanie was a no show but she's seen it before so can still do a review!


By the way isn't there a play missing from this? Didn't we see one about three generations of women. It was June at the Royal Court and it was chosen by Nic. From WhatsApp it was called Anatomy of a Suicide.

Nick Baxter

I've updated it now. But its out of order in the list

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