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Nick Baxter

The Gate theatre at Notting Hill is a new theatre for us, its right above the Prince Albert pub where we met for a lovely meal beforehand. Excellent food and a really nice theatre.
'How to be An Other Woman' is based on a short story (by Lorrie Moore) and follows the story of an affair in 80's New York. The music was electro pop, the acting by four women in black dressed playing all the parts was really interesting and I really enjoyed it. Its was brief and fast paced, had nice elements - specially the Mac being passed around all the acresses highlighting who was playing the main character. There were funny parts and the snow goggled swooshing across the stage was a highlight. Good choice.


Rats. Didn't write notes on this and it is now six months ago. My review will be short and sweet.
I remember enjoying this but I haven't given it a second's thought since we left the theatre. I agree that the music was great and there were some really nice elements. A simple but really effective set design.

Big fan of the pub, food and theatre. Also randomly bumped into someone I used to work with when we were going back to the tube....


All I can remember about this is that I miked the music and the set and choreography. I can't remember why though.


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Nick Baxter

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