This production is bursting at the seams with talent. You could have heard a pin drop throughout the play. Every one of the cast gave a mesmerising delivery of Noel Coward’s scandalous play set in 1924. Although not a comedy, Allan Cardew as Pauncefort did a fantastic job with Noel Coward’s witty one-liners, which were hilarious. At the end, there was a powerful and extremely shocking twist to the plot, performed by Sue Wicks who played Florence and Tobias Clay, who played her son, which reduced some of the audience to tears. This show, so professionally delivered was a well deserved sell out.
Brighton Little Theatre, 5 November 2013