Very best wishes,
Eva and Barbara Spevack
You could take your chances on returns. We get a few. But not many…
In fact, the returns waiting lists for each of the remaining performances are running to 5-10% of total capacity.
The following quote is very topical in the world of showbiz… (Somehow though we think it should be taken with a Tarantino-sized pinch of salt – most of the kids in the show won’t be able to watch this movie for a good few years!)
Article/interview from Observer Magazine (Sunday 9th August) about Tarantino’s new movie, Inglourious Basterds….
This plotline is the Dirty Dozen remade as torture flick with a nod, I kid you not, to those old-fashioned, stiff upper-lip British war films of the 60s. “I sat down to write a bunch-of-guys-on-a-mission movie,” says Tarantino, “and that happens, but it’s closer to, say, the film of EL Doctorow’s Ragtime than it is to The Devil’s Brigade.”
Well – we’ll have to see about that…..someday.
Ragtime opened last night to hysterical acclaim. And a standing ovation on the first night. Today the matinee is sold out, as is the last night. This show is extraordinary. Breathtaking. What a stellar cast. It’s essentially an ensemble piece but that leaves room for several very big performances as well as a chorus to die for. The technical and musical sides of the equation take ones breath away too.
And in Andew Dyer…well, what can we say? Amazing vision.
If you miss this eveyone will tell you how daft you were.