Monthly Archives: August 2016

Edinburgh Review – Happiness is a Cup of Tea

Fiona Nash is a young woman, with a career in London, but as the play begins, she is at Beachy Head, when the phone rings. It is her sister, with some very sad news. Beachy Head is her childhood home, … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Festival – Sally Philips/Lily Bevan – Talking to Strangers

It is testament to the professionalism of Sally Philips, having earlier in the day sustained an injury to her leg, she was still able to perform in a show that was as tightly written as this one. Best known for … Continue reading

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