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Inspired acting makes this a chilling play. The performances are eerily right. Tim Dutton as O’Brien, the false friend, is as smooth as a blender. If anyone is going to convince you that two and two could make five, or six... or sometimes three... he will.
The glittering lights flashed intermittently, spelling out the word Playland, and a hubbub of anticipation swelled in the rapt crowd... we all knew it. Marr was back.
Johnny Coppin’s credentials speak for him as a singer-songwriter, composer, and poetry anthologist with a wealth of experience.
It’s almost time to forget about the present and remember the good old days at a show in Huntingdon.
It will be the swinging 60s all over again when six star acts take to the stage in Peterborough.