adopts a very particular style of dark humour. If it’s
not for you then you will find the performance difficult to enjoy, if
it strikes a chord then you may
just love it.
losing a member of their onstage sketch trio just before last years
the group had to call on LAMDA-trained
actor Adam Scott-Rowley as a stand-in for scenes that duo Ed Easton
and Kath Hughes couldn’t
manage without a third...