Was literally crying with laughter in the second half, Tim's character really comes to the fore and it's absolutely pandemonium. This is a show I feel that you need to go to see at least twice as there's just so much slap-stick happening at the same time. Absolutely bloody marvellous! GO SEE!!!
StageText were bang-on with their captioning, they are just such a great firm and I continually applaud them for the access they give. Granted that sometimes things do go a bit 'squewiff' as we saw with Billy Elliott in London where the captions were 'late' making that show hard to follow. This time around absolutely no complaints.
I would like to add that it certainly pays (or in this case saves) to check different train routes to save cash. Came back from Birmingham via Leicester and then from there down to London saving at least 15 pounds each, crazy! I think the direct tickets were like 40 to 50 quid for returns for two people, bloody hell!
The link to the show is here: http://www.birmingham-rep.co.uk/event/noises-off
Next show is Spamalot *Claps excitedly* in Nottingham, after being continually frustrated with the theatre in London not showing any of the performances with StageText it's time to put the leg-work in and go back up cross-country! This time around it's a big group of friends going en-masse!
Hope all is well out there, we're waiting for a chinese takeaway to arrive, too knackered to cook any dinner this evening. Once it gets here we'll be laughing at the recording of the Eurovision Song Contest. Be warned, as with each year, some of the (dare I say 'camp-tastic and down right strange'!) videos and performances have been subtitled and will be being posted to my YouTube account: http://www.youtube.com/northtyne I will pop links onto this very blog. :)