Not every performer is able to ascend these heady heights, but it gives me enormous pleasure to report that Josefina Gabrielle delivers one of those utterly transcendent moments with a nigh-on perfect interpretation of Desiree Armfeldt in A Little Night Music at the Watermill.
The enchanted narrative of A Little Night Music sees the summer night famously smiling three times: once upon the young, again upon the foolish and finally, upon the old.
The show is much more personal than a Fascinating Aïda show, and though it’s rude in parts, it’s not quite as searingly blue…! I didn’t want it to be “Fascinating Aïda lite” – so it’s not a topical or particularly satirical show.
Kit and the Widow are a sophisticated and enduring cabaret act of much skill and polish, at least when not reading the words from a music stand. Dillie Keane, founder and stalwart ofFascinating Aida has become the sort of national comedy institution round whom people should be taken in boats to marvel at her brilliance, […]
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